2003 North Carolina Open Checker Tournament
Ahoskie Inn, 343 NC Hwy 561 W, Ahoskie, NC, 27910  - May 15,16,&17,2003

 

Congratulations Tim !

Congratulations Cecil !

Tim Laverty of Sanford, NC is the 2003 NC State Champion
Cecil Lowe of Colerain, NC is the 2003 NC State Majors Co-Champions

 
Rank  
Name  

Match
Points

 

Honor
Points

 
1 Tim Laverty - Sanford, NC 26  
2 Bill McClintock - Greensboro, NC 22  
3 Roger Creech - Ayden, NC 18  
4 Ben Jones - Hubert, NC 16 106
5 Alan Millhone - Belpre, OH 16 78.666
6 Matthew Clark - Raleigh, NC 16 78
7 Teal Stanley - Greensboro, NC 14 106
8 John Greene - Liberty, NC 14 100
9 Cecil Lowe - Colerain, NC 14 94
10 Larry Michael - Lexington, NC 14 86
11 Quinton Pierce - Belvidere, NC 12 90
12 Al Darrow - Vernon, CT 12 88
13 Buck Smith - Millboro, VA 12 78
13 Bill Stanley - Greensboro, NC 12 78
15 Richard Brown - Aberdeen, NC 10 80
16 Fred Buchanan - Wilmington, NC 10 70
17 Clint Pickard - Sanford, NC 8  
18 J.R. Smith - Greensboro, NC 6  


Cecil Lowe Tournament - Sponsor/Director   Tim Laverty Score Keeper/Referee

The NC Masters & Majors Champions are the winner of their respective division, if top finishers are tied in match points, then honor points are used to separate finish position; otherwise, they are Co-Champions, or if the top finisher is a non-resident then the next place NC finisher below him is selected. In the event of a single class tournament, the Majors winner is selected from the middle of the contestant field, less withdrawals, if the contestant field is odd this mid number is rounded down, if no withdrawals, then the mid number is still rounded down (fraction dropped). When the mid finisher is a non-resident then the next place NC finisher above him is selected.  Only NC residences may be a NC State Championship title holder. When and out-of-state player wins a NC Open Tournament the player is recognized as the "Open Tournament Winner."


 

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