Women Dominate Football Contest
Maybe it can be blamed on the replacement refs that are brutalizing NFL games, but something sure did happen in last week’s The Pilot football contest.
Not many contestants had a very good week, in fact, it had to be one of the worst overall weeks ever. If a contestant went 9-7 for the week, he or she did pretty well.
Speaking of he or she, it was a week for the females to assert their superiority, with two of the three winners coming from the distaff side.
Two players went 11-5 — Donathan Hundley of Aberdeen and Marlene Houghtaling of Pinehurst. So, to the tiebreaker game we did go. Arizona beat Philadelphia 27-6 for a total of 33 points. Houghtaling had 41 for her total as opposed to Hundley’s 43. She gets the $50 first-place money, while Hundley walks away with the $30 second-place money.
Then there were three players that went 10-6 — Jamie Tindall of Wagram, Cristina Adams of Roxboro and Matt Robbins of West End. There tiebreaker numbers were as follows: Adams 36, Tindall 43 and Robbins 52.
So the woman from Roxboro gets the $20 third-place checks.
And for those that are curious about who the overall leader is we have both a man and a woman sitting on top of the standings. Kathy Latham of Vass and Bob Suggs of Southern Pines. Both boasts 31-17 records. But there are several contestants that are close behind. A partial list of leaders appears below.
31-17 — Kathy Latham; Bob Suggs.
30-18 — Cristina Adams of Roxboro; John Gray of Pinehurst; Donathan Hundley Jr.; Holly Hill of Carthage; Barry Miller of Pinebluff; Kayla Britt of Carthage.
29-19 — Deborah Ingram of Southern Pines; Tony Paz of Pinehurst; Jamie Tindall of Wagram.
28-20 — Jody Britt of Biscoe; Marlene Houghtaling of Pinehurst; Arlene Paz of ; David Weaver of .
27-21 — Daniel Burns of Carthage; Cecil Brewer of Pinebluff; Sandra Blake of Pinehurst; Cecil Blake of Jackson Springs; Audrey Curlee; Michael Covington of Rockingham; Steve Coney of Whispering Pines; Stephanie Flores of Carthage; Amanda Latham of Vass; Jeremy Britt of Carthage; Craig Reaser.
26-22 — A whole slew of people.
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