AWBT Stop #2

AWBT 2nd Stop of 2010

$300 Added at Bullshooters Phoenix

(photo: Final 8)

Bullshooters was the place for the AWBT’s second stop of 2010! Seventeen women came out to play in

this $300 added 9-ball event on 9’ tables!

The top eight were: Ashea Erdahl and Sunny Griffin, Barbara Lee and Susan Wilbur in the

winner bracket. Susan Mello and Pearl Napa, Kathleen Lawless and Rebecca Wagner in the one

loss bracket.

The hot seat match was Ashea Erdahl vs. Barbara Lee. Ashea defeated Barbara with the score of 7 to

3 and took the hot seat!

Barbara went on to defeat Rebecca Wagner in the semi-final match with the score of 7-6 then came

Ashea Erdahl

back to challenge Ashea in the final match! The finals were a single race to 9. It started with Ashea

winning the lag. Ashea jumped out to a 3-0 lead. Barbara won the next two games. Score 3-2 Ashea.

Ashea won the next three games. Barbara won the next to bring the score to 6-3 Ashea. Ashea wins the

next two games and makes it to the hill first with the score 8-3. Barbara wins the next game. Score 8-4

Ashea wins the next and the match. Congratulations to Barbara Lee for 2nd place and congratulations to

Ashea Erdahl for the tournament victory!

Four women came back on Sunday to play in the free second chance tournament. Congratulations to

Susan Williams for winning the tournament and $30 and Billie Grace Carman placing second and

getting $15.00!

Chuck Webb Raffle Cue Winner

The AWBT held a raffle for a beautiful J. Pechauer Custom Cue valued at $520! The AWBT would like

to thank J. Pechauer for all the cues he has donated over the years. The winner was Chuck Webb! That

was a really “sweet” cue! Thanks to everyone for buying tickets and supporting the AWBT! Thanks to

your efforts we raised $286 for the tour!

We also want to extend thanks to Sunny Griffin for donating some really cool BCA shirts that players

Jodie Villegas, Edwidge Cavanna, Susan Wilbur and Ashea Erdahl each won one in a drawing. We will

be drawing more names for more shirts in Tucson.

The AWBT has added a new perk to the first players eliminated from the tournament. (ie two and out)

Their names are put into a hat and the winner receives free entry into the next event. Our first “Lucky

Loser” is Billie Grace Carman.

Thank you so much to Mike and all the folks at Bullshooters! Your pool hall is a great place to play.

The food is awesome and the people are great!

Our next stop is July 24-25 at Pockets in Tucson! Hope to see you all there!


Place $$ Earned Name

1st $220 Ashea Erdahl

2nd $150 Barbara Lee

3rd $100 Rebecca Wagner

4th $70 Susan Mello

5-6th $40 Sunny Griffin

Susan Wilbur

7-8th $30 Pearl Napa

Kathleen Lawless


Place $$ Earned Name

1st $30 Susan Williams

2nd $15 Billie Grace Carman


Rank Name Total Points Earned

1 Ashea Erdahl* 125 200 325

2 Susan Williams* 200 50 250

3 Sara Miller* 160 50 210

4 Barbara Lee* 40 160 200

5 Sunny Griffin* 100 80 180

6 Kathleen Lawless* 80 65 145

7 Rebecca Wagner* 125 125

8 Edwidge Cavanna* 80 40 120

9 Jeri Engh* 65 50 115

9 Pearl Napa* 50 65 115

11 Pat Schultz 65 40 105

12 Susan Mello* 100 100

13 Jodi Villegas 50 40 90

13 LeAndrea Gaff 50 40 90

15 Susan Wilbur* 80 80

16 Billie Grace Carman* 40 30 70

17 Samm Diep* 50 50

17 Claudia Justus 50 50

19 Amanda Pulley 40 40

19 Carol Webb* 40 40

* = WPBA Member

Sad News

from: MIPlayersTour

Kip Curtis

For those of you that played pool in Michigan team events, you would know Kip and Carol Curtis.  They spent many years bringing pool tournaments to everyone in Northern Michigan.  Kip and Carol were 2 people that even after being together over 40 years, were inseperable until today.

It’s with a heavy heart that I pass along Kips passing to all of you.   He talked to Greg and I a week ago telling us to make sure we don’t forget him and how happy he was that so many of you sent well wishes to him.  He was in good spirits and was at peace with what was coming his way.  He took time to talk to those he loved and say things so nothing would be unsaid and there would be no regrets.  Even in his last days he was more concerned over others than he was about himself.  There is no greater way to be in this life.  Kips life ended the way he lived it……………surrounded by family and those he loved.

This is the link to his funeral information for all of you that would like to attend…….

There will be a tribute ceremony and funeral service.  if you have any questions please let me know.

Carol says she is holding up well and srrounded by her family but wants to make sure everyone knows times and locations so you can attend.  Kip was very happy to know he had so many people in his pool family that cared and it would mean so much for all of you to attend if possible.

We lost a great man today but he is at peace and his sickness has ended and he was at peace with it, his family and friends.