Sheerman & Hall Take first KF wins

Strokers Billiards was the latest venue to host the KF Cue tour 2/13/10. Saturday would see 59 players show up for the $1000 Added Amateur Event, with a record 9 ladies taking advantage of there reduced entry fee’s.

Jason Sheerman & Eddie Wheat

Jason Sheerman would prove to be a handful on the day as he cruised his way to the hotseat with wins over Boomer 7-3, Jim Sandaler 7-4, Bill Stoll 7-3, Dan Whitten 7-1 to put himself in the winners side final, He would meet Custom cue maker Eddie Wheat who had made his way to the finals with wins over Dave Ross 7-3, Hank Samuel 7-4, Mike Delawder 7-2, Chip Dickerson 7-5 and then a tight 7-6 win over Mark Wathen 7-6 to reach the hotseat match to play Sheerman. The hotseat match was a lopsided with Wheat coming out a 7-2 winner over Sheerman.

While all this was going on Mike Xiarhos Snr after taking a 1st round loss to Mark Wathen 7-4 would go on a rampage with wins over Louie Smith, Kevin Tennery, James Adams, Mike Delawder, Dan Dennis, Bill Stoll, Louis Altes a revenge win over Mark Wathen which was followed by one more win over Dan Whitten before losing a very close 5-4 match to Jason Sheerman to get to the final.

Sheerman was looking for revenge from his earlier 7-2 loss to Wheat, Revenge it was as he would reverse the role and take down wheat 8-2 and take his first KF Cue tour win.  With 9 ladies in attendance we paid the top 3 after a play off which Stephanie Mitchell won.


1st Jason Sheerman $600

2nd Eddie Wheat $400

3rd Mike Xiarhos Snr $380

4th Dan Whitten $250

5th-6th Glen Olson, Mark Wathen $150

7th-8th Louis Altes, Jim Sandaler $100

9th-12th Chip Dickerson, Tom Giorgi, Bill Stoll, Justin McNulty $70

Ladies, 1st Stephanie Mitchell $40, 2nd Kelly Cavanaugh $20, 3rd Valerie Dukich $10

A strong 34 player field showed up for Sundays $1000 Added event some of the notable names in attendance were Mike Davis, Donnie Mills, Justin Hall, Han Berber, Jason Richko, Louis Altes to mention a few.

Jose Del Rio, Justin Hall, Mike Davis

Mike Davis would prove to be the man to beat on the day after he would make it all the way to the hotseat with wins over Louis Altes 7-4, Michell Monk 7-0, Justin Hall 7-0, Donnie Mills 7-2 and then a 7-2 win Over Hunter Lombardo to capture the Hotseat, Lombardo   had made his way to the winners side final with wins over Jessie Bradley 7-4, Jim Sandaler 7-4, Dave Ross 7-1, Mike Delawder 7-5 before taking his loss to Davis.

Justin Hall who had taken a bad 7-0 beating from Mike Davis earlier was in no mood on the one loss side as he would make his way back to the final with wins over Jason Richko 6-5, Jason Sheerman 6-5, Mike Delawder 6-5, Donnie Mills 6-2 and then a 6-4 win over Lombardo to set up a revenge match with Mike Davis and a chance to win his 1st KF title. The final would be a single race to 9, Hall would come out firing to take a 7-3 lead and put one hand on the trophy. Davis would now mount a come back taking the next four games to tie the match at 7-7 and just when it looked like he would take the lead to go 8-7 up trying to play a tricky positional shot the cue ball would scratch and throw the momentum back in Halls favor as he would take this and the next rack to win his first KF cue tour title by the score of 9-7.

We would like to thank Strokers  room owner Jose Del Rio and his staff for putting on a great event also all our great sponsors that can be seen at  HYPERLINK “” our next event will be at Fast Break billiards in Longwood, Florida 2/27/2010 visit  HYPERLINK “” for more info and the full Schedule and tour


1st Justin Hall $600

2nd Mike Davis $400

3rd Hunter Lombardo $300

4th Donnie Mills $200

5th-6th Tony Crosby, Mike Delawder $100

7th-8th Jason Sheerman, Julio Aquino $80

Top Lady, Michell Monk $20

Dennis and Scarborough take down big KF Field

Dennis and Scarborough take down big KF Fields.

(photo: Eddie Wheat and Dan Dennis)

Corner Pockets in Orlando, Fl, was the venue to host the $2000 Added event. This was the largest field of the season with 111 players showing up over the two days.

Saturday would see 67 players show up for the $1000 added Amateur. Dan Dennis would prove why he is classed as a high rated amateur player by making his way to the hotseat with wins over Wesley White, Dan Lettau, Brian Valentine, George Saunders, Joe Scarborough and then a 7-5 win over custom cue maker Eddie Wheat to capture the hotseat. The one loss side would see Todd Anderson looking very dangerous after a 2nd round loss to Joe Scarborough Anderson would go onto record wins over Strong Ladies players Cassidy Mulligan, Ben Diaz, Mel Rowe, James Adams, George Saunders Lincoln Seifert before taking a his 2nd loss to Ernie Medina for a 5th place finish. Medina would then go onto beat Scarborough before taking his 2nd loss to Eddie Wheat who would go to the final to try and avenge his earlier loss to Dennis.

The final would be a single race to 8, Wheat would come out firing to take a 4-0 lead and a 5-1 lead, Wheat was looking like taking his first title but Dennis had other Ideas as he would mount a very strong come back and win the next 4 racks to tie the match at 5-5, Wheat would extend his lead to 7-5  but that would be as close to winning as he would get as Dennis would take the next 3 racks to claim his first KF title and the first place prize of $650.

Amateur Payout

1st Dan Dennis, $650

2nd Eddie Wheat, $500

3rd Ernie Medina, $390

4th Joe Scarborough, $250

5th-6th Todd Anderson, Brian McBride, $150

7th-8th Lincoln Seifert, Shawn Miller, $90

9th-12th Sean Leason, George Saunders, Jeff Mabry, Prescott Buckwold, $65

13th-16 James Adams, Tony Vicari, David Boyd, Brian Valentine, $50

Top Lady, Cassidy Mulligan $50,    Top Junior Bryce Lepak Stroke it Hat

2nd Tommy Kennedy, Room Owner Tesh Patel, 1st Joe Scarborough

Sunday $1000 Added open event would draw 44 players with the Amateur taking advantage of the reduced entry fees. Some notable names in attendance were Tommy Kennedy, Mike Davis, Han Berber, Mark Coats, Louis Viera and Josh Degler to mention a few, but with all these players it was Amateur player Joe Scarborough who would prove to be to tough on the Day. Scarborough would make his way to the hotseat with wins over David Singleton 7-3, Mark Coats 7-6, Dan Dennis 7-0, Josh Degler 7-2 and then a strong 7-0 win over Glen Olson to take the Hotseat.

Tour director Tony Crosby was making a charge on the one loss side after taking a 3rd round loss to Josh Degler 7-6 he would go on to record win over Mike Davis 6-1 Rick Gatta 6-5, Louis Viera 6-3, Mark Coats 6-2 a revenge win over Degler 6-3 before taking a close 6-5 loss to Tommy Kennedy. Kennedy would go onto beat Glen Olson 6-2 to put himself in the final against Joe Scarborough.

The final was a classic with both players trading racks all the way to the 6-6 Kennedy would Kennedy would get to the hill first to lead 8-6 before Scarborough pulled it back to level at 8-8. The final rack would see Kennedy look like taking the title with just the 8 an 9 left Kennedy would make the 8 and leave himself short on the 9 ball he attempted the bank only to miss by a hair and leave the 9 hanging for a relieved Scarborough who would take his first KF title.

The KF Cue Tour would like to thank Corner pockets Pool room and its staff for making this season largest event a great one. We would also like to thank the 111 players that showed up over the two days and our sponsor which with out them these great weekends would not take place.

Our next event will be at Strokers Pool Room in Palm Harbor, Fl on the 13th/14th February for more info on our events and sponsors go to

Open Payouts

1st Joe Scarborough, $650

2nd Tommy Kennedy, $450

3rd Glen Olson, $300

4th Tony Crosby, $200

5th-6th Josh Degler, Butch Croft, $130

7th-8th Mark Coats, Carlos Torres, $80

Top Lady, Michell Monk $25