IRI Human Player Competition Results

I want to thank all of the talented human players that competed on Friday and Saturday. You guys made it very exciting.

Thanks to everyone that helped reset the field between matches. You guys really kept things moving along.

With that said, on to the results…


Round 1 - 
Rank	Name	      	  Team	Score
1       Ken Tang      	  469 	  30
2       Christian Domingo 980     25
3       Patrick Coleman   48      21
4       Devin Moyers      45      20
5       Kyle Zimmer       93      19
6       Jason Shepherd    1018    19
7       Matt Spicuzzi     33      19
8       Patrick Hart      234     19
9       Quamaine Hendon   65      18
10      Garret Maxson     888     17
11      Nichole Gailes    716     17
12      Garrett Cavanaugh 190     17
13      Brian Harter      1327    17
14      Tyler Wieczorek   447     17
15      Jacob Hart        393     17
16      Eric Leifermann   571     15
17      Keith Senter      128     15
18      Fredrick Dailey   47      14 - Tiebreaker 15
19      Cliff Reeder      461     14 - Tiebreaker 16
20      Nick Helmer       1038    14 - Tiebreaker 23 --> Won tiebreaker and advanced
21      Brock McHenry     808     13
22      Alex Popovich     818     13
23      Dan Elliott       829     13
24      Ben Tomasik       930     12
25      Ryan Starski      494     12
26      Rob Gach      	  111     12
27      Matt Schaade      71      10
28      Sarah Thornbro    217     9
29      Jason Schunn      1272    8
30      Cole Skelton      1331    8
31      Dave White        1458    7
32      Ray LaBarse       269     7
33      Jason Shaw        378     5
34      Justin Dekkor     1022    4
35      Grant A Carlile   135     4
36      Alison Babcock    1024    4
37      Eric Schacht      892     2
38      Sara Jane Holmes  1020    2
39      Matt Jurek        101     2
40      Nate Gaynier      240     0


Round 2 - Top 18 players from round 1
Rank    Name              Team     Score
1     	Kyle Zimmer       93        25
2     	Jacob Hart        393       21
3     	Patrick Hart      234       21
4     	Christian Domingo 980       21
5     	Keith Senter      128       19
6     	Quamaine Hendon   65        19
7     	Devin Moyers      45        19
8     	Patrick Coleman   48        19
9     	Eric Leifermann   571       17
10      Brian Harter      1327      17
11      Nick Helmer       1038      16
12      Garret Maxson     888       16
13      Nichole Gailes    716       11
14      Jason Shepherd    1018      11
15      Matt Spicuzzi     33        10
16      Ken Tang      	  469       8
17      Tyler Wieczorek   447       4
18      Garrett Cavanaugh 190       4

Seed  Name		Team	Score
1     Kyle Zimmer	93	23 <-- Won tiebreaker - Purple ball in mobile goal
8     Patrick Coleman	48      23

4     Christian Domingo 980	15
5     Keith Senter	128	6

3     Patrick Hart	234	8
6     Quamaine Hendon	65	14

2     Jacob Hart        393	23
7     Devin Moyers	45	19


1     Kyle Zimmer     	93      22
4     Christian Domingo 980     14

6     Quamaine Hendon   65      20
2     Jacob Hart      	393   	21
               
1     Kyle Zimmer     	93      23
2     Jacob Hart      	393   	17


Congratulations to Kyle Zimmer from team 93 for being the 2004 IRI/Wildstang Human Player Competition Champion.

A few memorable moments to be noted

  • In round 1, Ken Tang from 469 made all 10 purple balls into the stationary goal and his 1 yellow ball into the mobile goal. He was the only player to make 11 of 11 shots in the first round.

  • There was a 3-way tie for the 18th position at the end of the first round. Nick Helmer (1038) beat Fredrick Daily (47) and Cliff Reeder (461) to advance to the second round.

  • In round 2, Kyle Zimmer (93) made 11 of 11 shots to capture the number 1 seed in the tourney.

  • In the first round of the tourney, Kyle Zimmer (93) and Patrick Coleman (48) tied. The tiebreaker went to Zimmer, who sank a purple ball in the mobile goal at the buzzer.

Thanks again to all, and we’ll see you again next year.

The human player from out team planned for this all day, and when he went out there he had this big strategy. He was really pumped up, but his idea fell through.
Also his name is matt schaade from 71 (i think you have something like schoade)

Wow Pat, you did awesome man. :]

Congrats to Kyle and team 93.

Sorry 'bout that. We went off of what people wrote on their entry forms. I guess the first ‘a’ looked like an ‘o’.

It’s ok. I know he doesnt have the greatest of handwriting, and i also thought it was funny when he was announced. His last name was just muffled.