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  • Aqueous Announces New Full-Length Concept Album, ‘Color Wheel’

    first_imgToday, Buffalo-based groove rock quartet Aqueous has announced that their newest studio album, Color Wheel, is on its way. The new album, the band’s first full-length studio effort since 2014’s Cycles, is set for an October 12th release. Aqueous’ Color Wheel will be released via digital platforms as well as on vinyl.As guitarist/keyboardist Dave Loss explains in a press release,Color Wheel feels like a step forward for the band in every way. We tapped into a distinctly more emotional and purposeful space when writing it, and there’s a raw honesty throughout the album’s lyrics and themes that I think a lot of people can relate to. Though some of those themes are a little heavier, there’s a constant thread of hopeful optimism that we hope people will really connect with. Musically, the band has evolved and Color Wheel finds us exploring some new and very exciting musical lanes.Of the album’s 10 tracks, the majority have yet to be heard in the live setting. Even the ones that have been played live have received new studio treatments. One such tune, “Weight of the Word”, features the Turkuaz Horns on its Color Wheel recording.Pegging this record as a concept album, Aqueous will be releasing the 10 tracks in a unique way, presenting three waves of batched releases with the first wave due out as soon as next week. Explains guitarist Mike Gantzer,There’s a certain continuity to this entire album, and it unfolds in a way that makes the track order important for the experience – there’s an underlying narrative happening throughout the lyrics and themes, and the overarching theme of the story is a strong sense of optimism through the struggle of the realities of life. For this reason, we wanted to release the album in waves, ultimately, to give people a chance to settle into each section of the album and digest it thoroughly before diving into the next.You can pre-order for Color Wheel on vinyl now via the band’s Bandcamp page here. See below for a full track listing:Aqueous Color Wheel Tracklist:1. Second Sight2. How High You Fly3. Realize Your Light4. Split The Difference5. Color Wheel6. Good Enough7. Half In, Half out8. Weight Of The Word (feat. Turkuaz Horns)9. Mandela Effect10. In It (For Me)View Track ListingIn support of the new record, Aqueous will also embark on their most extensive headlining tour to date. Find a full list of dates below with more information available via the band’s website. You can check out a list of Aqueous’ upcoming tour dates below:Aqueous Upcoming Tour Dates:9/7 – Utica, NY – Saranac Brewery **9/20 – Thornville, OH – Resonance Music and Arts Festival9/21 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater *10/6 – Roaring Ranch, PA – Liberty Pumpkin Ball10/19 & 10/20 – St. Paul, MN – The Palace Theater >10/24 – Hamden, CT – Space Ballroom ^10/25 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Showcase Lounge ^10/26 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair ^10/27 – Albany, NY – The Hollow ^10/31 – Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory ^11/1 – Asbury Park, NJ – Wonder Bar ^11/2 – Washington D.C. – Union Stage ^11/3 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry at The Fillmore ^11/4 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry #11/6 – Raleigh, NC – The Pour House Music Hall #11/7 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Pour House #11/8 – Orlando, FL – The Social #11/9 – Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits #11/10 – Tampa, FL – The Crowbar #11/14 – Birmingham, AL – Zydeco #11/15 – Atlanta, GA – Aisle 5 #11/16 – Asheville, NC – Asheville Music Hall #11/17 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In #11/28 – Ann Arbor, MI – Blind Pig +11/29 – Chicago, IL – Chop Shop11/30 – Milwaukee, WI – The Miramar Theatre +12/5 – Ft. Collins, CO – Hodi’s Halfnote ^12/6 – Frisco, CO – 10 Mile Music Hall ^12/7 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Old Town Pub ^12/8 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre ^12/11 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room $12/12 – St. Louis, MO – The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy $12/13 – Indianapolis, IN – The Hi-Fi $** w/ moe.* w/ ELM> w/ Umphrey’s McGee^ w/ Mungion+ w/ EGI# w/ The Heavy Pets$ w/ GooseView Upcoming Tour Dateslast_img read more

  • Veterans Fit in at Dell

    first_imgDell supports veterans through a number of programs, including Employee Resource Groups at both the national and local levels. Find out more at https://jobs.dell.com/military. Matthew Koskinen, associate test engineer at Dell EMC and a Marine Corps Sergeant, is especially thankful for military experiences that taught him the ability to pivot—quickly.“In 2008 when I was activating to deploy, our deployment was having us to go to Afghanistan,” Koskinen said.He and his fellow Marines were preparing for mountains and Afghani culture when they found out about a month before their deployment date they were going to Iraq instead.“I began studying Arabic, but once we got in country, we found out that we were going to southern Kurdistan, an area of Iraq where they didn’t speak Arabic primarily,” he said.The rapid change in deployment schedule was a good illustration of the types of problems Koskinen faced in the military that have translated especially well into the technology sector.“Everything is changing. Today we could be working on one project, the next new technology comes out and we’re going to focus on that. So, the military really helped me prepare for that challenge,” he said.Military to civilian transitionMolly Mae Potter, who was named Ms Veteran America 2016, works as a business operations manager at Dell.“When I left the military in 2013, it wasn’t exactly a celebration. I got injured in Afghanistan in 2010 and I really struggled with a traumatic brain injury and some post-traumatic stress,” Potter said. “I had gone through treatment with the military and had a really hard time trying to figure out what I was going to do post military career.”When she started looking for a job in 2013, the only position she was able to find was working in a running shoe store earning $10 per hour.  Struggling to pay her bills, she resorted to renting her house and relying on friends and family to keep her afloat.“I was essentially living in my car with my dog until I got a call from Dell in April 2014 and I started work here that May,” Potter said. “When I started, it was an immediate fit. I had an amazing advisor who understood that I was going to go through a little bit of a rough patch transitioning from the military into a corporate, civilian environment.”Her boss took his time helping Potter understand expectations for the role and was flexible as she took time to resolve her health issues.“My first year here, I actually had a service dog that came to work with me quite a bit, and Dell just treated it as a norm,” Potter said.The welcoming environment was just the tip of the iceberg for Potter feeling at home. Her military skill set translated beautifully. She’s happily moved into four different positions within her two years.“In the military you are trained and ingrained to figure it out without getting stressed out,” she said. “When I look at the future of my career here at Dell, I see a wide open door,” Potter said.Softening the edgesAlejandro Rivas, an Army Veteran who works in the Global Talent Management Team in HR, agreed the military has played a hand in his successful 19-year career at Dell. He’s thankful for the mentors who helped him transition and soften his approach.“I’ve had a number of amazing leaders who have coached me or given me, as I call it, tough love. And I needed it,” Rivas said.He went on to share how his military style didn’t quite translate to Dell’s culture at first.“I would literally go into a conference room with a bunch of directors and other senior leaders and give them direction like a military person would,” Rivas laughs about it now. “I’d put my hand on my hip and say, ‘I need you to go to this, do you copy? And if we’ve got it, draw fire.’”Recognizing his approach didn’t resonate with a lot of people, a member of his leadership team told him he needed to learn soft skills. Rivas genuinely didn’t know what that meant.“The tip to learn soft skills tapped into who I am as a person,” Rivas said. “It helped me develop networks and relationships with people long term; it helped me transition from ex-military to professional, but without forgetting where I came from, which was a good thing because it is part of my DNA just the same.”Soft skills aside, Rivas feels coming to Dell became a natural next step after his military career. He has enjoyed the fact that Dell has been open and flexible about moving within the company and growing his career.“I love being here. Since the military, this is the next big job that I’ve had. I’ve enjoyed every moment of it.”last_img read more

  • 3 ways your credit union can be more like Amazon

    first_imgI’ll admit that I was already an Amazon lover when my daughter’s calculator arrived the same day I ordered it. I wasn’t the first person to have this experience—probably more like the thousandth or millionth Prime customer to gasp at the wonderful efficiency. There was no escaping it—I felt “pretty damn special” (PDS). Though customer service continues to improve as most companies realize that social media can magnify the damage a distraught consumer creates, PDS moments remain rare.Credit unions have an unfair advantage here—they’re PDS institutions. Owned by members. Serving communities. People helping people. Despite this upper hand, how many PDS moments do your members experience each year? Hint—your latest loan rate promotion isn’t PDS. Your 1.35% dividend rate? Nope. Not PDS.One great area in which you can create PDS moments is a well-run, character- and content-driven youth savings account program. Whether you just started a program, have one in place or might be looking to develop one to help you connect with kids (as well as parents and families), here are a few ideas to get you started. Going MobileWhen most folks think about going mobile at a credit union, they immediately picture an online banking app. But just as loan rates aren’t going to create a PDS moment, a mobile banking app is now just the cost of doing business. The potential for a PDS moment certainly increases (e.g. my first mobile check deposit was pretty exciting), but most of the wow factor has been played out by now.If you’re aiming for a PDS experience, then you need to offer something more. Why not consider a mobile app for the kiddos that introduces basic money-smart concepts? Here are a few of ours to get your wheels churning. (Scroll down to find our four apps, or just search “Money Mammals” in any app store.)Now put yourself in parents’ shoes, and think about what it might mean to them when the mobile device not only holds the attention of a rambunctious child but also enriches him or her. Take a look at our “Needs vs. Wants” app, in which our intrepid star, Joe the Monkey, walks you through learning the difference between the two concepts. It’s a fun, educational way to teach your kids one of the core money-smart skills Parents Want HelpI have yet to run into a parent who doesn’t think teaching his or her kids about money smarts is a good idea. However, most parents don’t implement a plan of action. Or if they do, it’s not particularly well thought out. Imagine if your credit union could help bridge that gap between “yes, what a great idea” and actually doing something about it. Do you think that step might help differentiate you from other institutions in your area? You bet it will! And again, think about what being the institution that helps parents accomplish something so important means. PDS. PSA for PDSOne of our terrific partners, Service Credit Union, smartly reached out to its local PBS station to provide PSA-style commercials that not only promote its program but also provide some enriching food for thought for kids. Take a look at this example. Consider placing a call to local TV or radio stations. Many have competitive rates. Think about the difference you can bring to your community and to your brand when everyone else is touting commodity products and you’re aligned with your mission—“people helping people.”These are just three ideas you can use to set yourself apart as an institution looking to make a difference in your community. Most institutions just talk about being the Amazon of their particular niche. Start thinking of what folks might really want and how you can create a PDS experience.Good luck. 32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Lanza John Lanza is the Chief Mammal of Snigglezoo Entertainment, and Creator of The Money Mammals. John created The Saving Money Is Fun Kids Club for credit unions nationwide and has … Web: www.themoneymammals.com Detailslast_img read more

  • Trump undermining FBI to save his skin

    first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionThere are times when all I can say is “You just can’t make it up.” Such is apropos to the release of a wholly partisan GOP memo which charges that the FBI and Department of Justice, both past and present, deceived the FISA court and unscrupulously surveilled a Trump campaign aide, not once, but repeatedly.What appears obvious is the chair of the GOP-led House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, cherry-picked selective classified intelligence information to demean the work of our intelligence people in a manner intended to undercut the Mueller investigation.Shockingly, Nunes, abetted by the White House, released this report despite warnings of FBI Director Wray, who said the memo paints a false narrative of bureau activities. Specifically, Wray, a Trump appointee, said “the FBI has grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.” Over the weekend, Nunes promised more memos. If I read this all correctly, Trump, who seems to aspire to be an autocrat and who has accomplices in Congress, is pulling out all stops to undermine the Mueller investigation. He is willing to mortgage the credibility and reputation of the FBI and the entire intelligence community to save his own skin.As reported in the New York Times, Peter Baker, who has covered the Trump/Russian connection since the campaign, stated that “Trump’s war on the nation’s law enforcement apparatus is unlike anything America has seen in modern times.”I’m uncertain how dangerous this is for our democracy. But, I continue to retain confidence that Special Counsel Mueller, a man of unquestioned integrity, will get to the bottom of this. I’m not confident, however, that our Congress will step up and carry out its constitutional duty.Robert K. CorlissSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady department heads: Budget cutbacks would further stress already-stretched departmentsSchenectady High School senior class leaders look to salvage sense of normalcyMotorcyclist injured in Thursday afternoon Schenectady crashSchenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crashSchenectady, Saratoga casinos say reopening has gone well; revenue down 30%last_img read more

  • Lend Lease axed from Hampshire scheme

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  • Hermes GPE raises $1.6bn in private equity

    first_imgHermes GPE, a global private equity specialist, has raised $1.6bn (€1.4bn) in private equity, and has closed the latest iteration of its co-investment Club series, PEC IV, with more than $600m raised.The investment fund was launched just over a year ago with an initial target of $350m and an original hard cap of $450m. With investor support, Hermes GPE was able to substantially exceed these amounts, raising $603.5m from global pension funds, professional investors and asset managers including the BT Pension Scheme (BTPS), State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio, the Local Pensions Partnership, CPP Investment Board, Hostplus, Ardian, Korea Teachers Credit Union, SeAH Group of Korea and Decalia Asset Management. Hermes GPE also raised a further $100m for a co-investment sidecar mandate from an existing client at the same time, a statement revealed.Peter Gale, head of private equity at Hermes GPE, said: “The continued support of BTPS is a significant endorsement of our track record and investment strategy. Raising the latest iteration of our co-investment Club concept well above target, as well as expanding its geographical reach via the addition of new Korean investors, significantly strengthens our co-investment capabilities.”The Hermes GPE team have started investing a new private equity mandate from BTPS worth $900m, continuing a long-standing investment partnership. And additional $100m has been invested throguh PEC IV. This latest allocation from BTPS totalling $1bn will be invested over three years and split equally between co-investments and funds, the firm stated. Hermes GPE has a 19-year track record in private equity co-investments, investing more than $3bn in more than 200 global co-investments. PEC IV has already committed around $220m to 24 investments in growth-oriented companies and structural investment themes which the firm believe will demonstrate strong through-the-cycle performance, and continues to have a pipeline of similarly attractive deals.The firm’s investment strategy is guided by a thematic overlay, with a particular  focus on ‘people, planet, productivity’ isolating structural growth themes that are uncorrelated with the economic cycle, Gale said, adding that “this enables the creation of consistent and sustainable ‘alpha’ independent of market cycles.”last_img read more

  • ​Everton target summer deal for Lille defender Gabriel

    first_img But that hasn’t deterred Everton from pursuing a move for the 6ft 3in centre-back. Read Also:Aubameyang’s double rescues Gunners against Everton Gabriel has played 32 times already for the Ligue 1 club this season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Advertisement Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People Live5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There? Loading… center_img Everton want to sign Lille defender Gabriel this summer, according to reports. De Laurentiis opted to sack Ancelotti after a poor start to the season but regrets the move According to The Mirror, the 22-year-old is a main target for Carlo Ancelotti. Lille have slapped a £30m price-tag on the Brazilian.Advertisementlast_img read more

  • Cincinnati Reds

    first_imgWe still have most of the month of September left in the major league baseball season, and the Reds are still close enough that they could possibly make the playoffs.  It became obvious last Sunday that the Reds’ brain trust doesn’t really think this is going to happen.When you have many high salaried players who are nearing free agency and you are not winning, you look at how your team can start saving money.   Jonathan Broxton was the first to go.  He is a high-priced relief pitcher who Milwaukee wanted for their pennant drive.  The Reds felt they could get some young talent for the future by trading him before the first of September.Now the Reds will have to decide if such players as Cueto, Simon, and others are worth long-term contracts or whether they need to look elsewhere to put a long time winning team on the field.  Other teams have gone through this and it is usually a several year process to totally rebuild a major league team.  The Reds will have to decide if they can do this in a year or two or if they need to stay with some of these older players and then eventually have to rebuild over several agonizing years.  Time will tell what they decide.last_img read more

  • Trooper Wandersee promoted to Sergeant

    first_imgINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana State Police Master Trooper Eric Wandersee has been recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant.Wandersee is a native of Centerville.He began his law enforcement career in 1999 upon graduating from the State Police Academy and was assigned to the Versailles Post and patrolled Dearborn County.In July 2001, Wandersee transferred to the Connersville post and patrolled Wayne County.Sergeant Wandersee will serve as legislative liaison with the Indiana State Police Legal Office.last_img

  • IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings through Feb. 20

    first_imgSmiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods – 1. Dean Abbey, Roanoke, Texas, 151; 2. Kevin Ward (114), Abilene, Texas, 139; 3. Gabe Tucker, Carbon, Texas, 120; 4. Christopher Stew­art, Tatum, N.M., 119; 5. Brandon Blake, Odessa, Texas, 110; 6. Damon Hammond, Bur­leson, Texas, 88; 7. Kale Westover, Altus, Okla., 75; 8. Matt Mueller, Stamford, Texas, 67; 9. Danny Cavanagh, Fort Worth, Texas, 57; 10. Gary Underwood, Abilene, Texas, 51; 11. Tyler Fain, Tuscola, Texas, 49; 12. Dan Day, Farmersville, Texas, 46; 13. David Sanford, Trent, Texas, 42; 14. R.J. Navarro, Amarillo, Texas, 41; 15. Rowdy Day, Greenville, Texas, 40; 16. Kaden Hon­eycutt, Aledo, Texas, 37; 17. Justin White, Ector, Texas, 36; 18. James McCreery, Midlothian, Texas, 35; 19. John “Jay” Coone, Weatherford, Texas, 31; 20. Justin Johnson, Odessa, Texas, 27.  IMCA Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 543; 2. Alex Stanford, Chowchilla, Calif., 431; 3. Ricky Thornton Jr., Adel, Iowa, 392; 4. Jeff Taylor, Cave City, Ark., 387; 5. Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz., 348; 6. Jake O’Neil, Tucson, Ariz., 336; 7. Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D., 335; 8. Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif., 324; 9. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 318; 10. Jason Noll, Peoria, Ariz., 256; 11. Bricen James, Albany, Ore., 249; 12. Ryan Roath, Peoria, Ariz., 248; 13. Joey Price, Great Falls, Mont., 243; 14. Spencer Wilson, Minot, N.D., 232; 15. Braxton Yeager, Green River, Wy., and Marlyn Seidler, Underwood, N.D., both 231; 17. John Parmeley, Phoenix, Ariz., 216; 18. R.C. Whit­well, Longdale, Okla., 210; 19. Justen Yeager, Green River, Wy., and Austin Kuehl, Cave Creek, Ariz., both 207. Junior National Championship – 1. Raymond Doyle, Chandler, Ariz., 296; 2. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 235; 3. Michael Thing, Campo, Calif., 134; 4. Jerry Flippo, Bakersfield, Calif., 126; 5. T.J. Wyman, Laveen, Ariz., 94; 6. Brock Rogers, Yuma, Ariz., 54; 7. Kaden Honeycutt, Aledo, Texas, 37; 8. Dann E. Perry III, Laughlin, Nev., 35; 9. Tomi Duarte, Yuma, Ariz., 33; 10. Cameron Williams, Mohave Valley, Ariz., 28; 11. Matthew Day, Farmersville, Texas, 20; 12. Abby Meulebroeck, Gilbert, Ariz., 17. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. Darren Sage, Yuma, Ariz., 101; 2. Billy Ayres, Glendale, Ariz., 100; 3. Jacquelyn Parmeley, Phoenix, Ariz., 96; 4. Steven Bevills, Granbury, Texas, and Frank Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., both 40; 6. Steve Riojas, Waxahachie, Texas, and Jesse James, Yuma, Ariz., both 39; 8. Anthony Vandenberg, Dublin, Texas, and Ryan McNaughton, Yuma, Ariz., both 38; 10. Howard Watson, Weatherford, Texas, and Matthew Schlamann, Yuma, Ariz., both 36; 12. Kaleb Watson, Mineral Wells, Texas, 35; 13. Bondy Cannon, Mineral Wells, Texas, and Zachary Kelly, Yuma, Ariz., both 34; 15. Patrick Miller, Rhome, Texas, 33; 16. Derek Cates, Woodway, Texas, 32; 17. Brandon McFall, Abilene, Texas, and Shawn Rico, Yuma, Ariz., both 31; 19. Har­old Clifton, Stephenville, Texas, and Nathaniel Johncour, Yuma, Ariz., both 30. Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods – 1. Cody Thompson, Sioux City, Iowa, 511; 2. Taylor Ku­ehl, Cave Creek, Ariz., 478; 3. Shelby Frye, Casa Grande, Ariz., 383; 4. Clay Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 317; 5. Camron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., and David Pitt, Rock Springs, Wy., both 307; 7. Michael Wells, Pahrump, Nev., 298; 8. Mark Madrid, Laveen, Ariz., 265; 9. Ty Rogers, Somer­ton, Ariz., 263; 10. Slade Pitt, Rock Springs, Wy., 261; 11. Justin Erickson, Glendale, Ariz., 235; 12. Kyle Salo, Peoria, Ariz., 221; 13. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif., 220; 14. Miles Morris, Yuma, Ariz., 215; 15. Tate Johnson, Homestead, Mont., 214; 16. Ron Schreiner, Tucson, Ariz., 212; 17. Brian Osantowski, Columbus, Neb., 210; 18. Manny Baldiviez, Yuma, Ariz., 197; 19. Brady Bjella, Wil­liston, N.D., 193; 20. Timothy Allerdings, Prescott Valley, Ariz., 192. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Chanse Hollatz, Clear Lake, Iowa, 562; 2. Brendon LaBatte, Noonan, N.D., 409; 3. Cody Center, Mesa, Ariz., 349; 4. Andy Altenburg, Truman, Minn., 342; 5. Aaron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo., 337; 6. Irvin Kevin Roberts, Gresham, Ore., 307; 7. Leslie Gill, Odessa, Texas, 302; 8. Raymond Doyle, Chandler, Ariz., 296; 9. J.C. Parmeley, Peoria, Ariz., 247; 10. Ricky Thornton Jr., Adel, Iowa, 239; 11. Steffan Carey, Bloomfield, N.M., 227; 12. Troy Jerovetz, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 224; 13. Gene Henrie, Cedar City, Utah, 213; 14. Tony Hill, Cortez, Colo., 196; 15. Sean Gentry, Dayton, Ore., 193; 16. Craig Miller, Hutchinson, Kan., 191; 17. Wes­tin Abbey, Comanche, Texas, 189; 18. Andrew Burg, Maricopa, Ariz., 184; 19. Andrew Mathers, Eugene, Ore., 183; 20. Derek Green, Granada, Minn., 181. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. Brad King, New Town, N.D., 380; 2. Jason Duggins, Farming­ton, N.M., 356; 3. Joshua Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 267; 4. Scott Tenney, Yuma, Ariz., 256; 5. Jason Beshears, Yuma, Ariz., 244; 6. Tim Gonska, Brainerd, Minn., 237; 7. Jason Penny, Yuma, Ariz., 236; 8. James Robinson, Yuma, Ariz., 228; 9. Steve Bitting, Phoenix, Ariz., 219; 10. Francisco Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 217; 11. Paul O’Connor, Surprise, Ariz., 208; 12. Andrew Pearce, Meadow, Utah, 175; 13. Oscar Duarte, Yuma, Ariz., 174; 14. Ron Roe, Phoenix, Ariz., 164; 15. David Callis, Yuma, Ariz., 139; 16. Eric Knutson, Slater, Iowa, and Rick Hibbard, Yuma, Ariz., both 113; 18. Jeffrey Callis, Yuma, Ariz., 112; 19. Nathan DeRagon, Peoria, Ariz., 106; 20. Kyle Williams, Glen­dale, Ariz., 105.last_img read more