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Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS (DRAFT) GAME SCHEDULES

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July 12, 2007
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1048 posts
WESTERN NATIONALS (DRAFT) GAME SCHEDULES
DRAFT Game Schedules and Brackets for the 2007 Western National Championships in Reno, NV, have been posted and are available from the links on the Home Page ... As always, these schedules are subject to change and become final ONLY when released as "Official" at the Manager's meeting the evening before play commences ... The Master Games & Fields Grid has also been posted ... There are 92 teams entered this year ... Good Luck to all! ... DAVE
July 12, 2007
taits
Men's 65
4359 posts
For 60's AA the Master sch has different start times than bracketed times. I'd bet others are off as well.
July 12, 2007
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1048 posts
taits - Try a reprint of the Master Scedule ... It's most recent revision date was at 5:00 AM this morning ... Thanks ... DAVE
July 12, 2007
taits
Men's 65
4359 posts
Got it, I see you changed fields as well.
Thank you.
July 12, 2007
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1048 posts
*REVISIONS* ... Changes have been made to the Western Nationals DRAFT schedules to correct some game times (Men's 40's Bracket), some field assignments (Men's 55-AA Best 2 of 3 and the 60-AA Bracket), correct a typo in a footnote (Women's 55/60 Divsion) and to restructure the Women's 40/45 and Women's 50 Divisions to move certain previously scheduled Saturday evening games into Sunday morning ... Thanks! ... DAVE
July 12, 2007
Downs
49 posts
WHAT A JOB? Our 70's Joeseppi's team from Tacoma, WA just finished up in the NW Championships in Portland, OR. During the tournament we all had the opportunity of observing Dave Dowell working on the Reno Western National brackets and schedules most of Tuesday between administering the tournament and handling questionable issues, and we learned he was up doing the final printings until after 2:30 am. Once he thought he was finished and ready to publish his work on the web, he found six teams had been forwarded to him with wrong team classifications. Said he was forced to start all over again. (Sure sounds like fun, huh?)
Needless to say, all day Wednesday Dave was back to "RE-DOING" the entire thing due to adding and deleting teams from specific divisions and therefore increasing the total number of games and forcing more games in order to get to the finals and championship games. Dave worked on that the enire night (Wed) and did not make it to bed prior to arriving at the fields for the championship games for the 65's & 70's this morning, Thursday.
Not only does Dave do an exceptional job of coordinating all the games and fields, he takes control of the tournament as the SSUSA Rep and continuously retains the respect of all. From all of us, sorry to hear about the confusion and extra work we create in our old age, and appreciate your time, efforts, and understanding. (Keep in there, we will improve with age, (Sure we will!) Jim D.
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