Northwest Control-Line Competition standings


Chris Cox is 2012 Competitor of the Year | Current standings

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2012 Individual Event Final Standings

Contests counted: April 20-22, Portland, Ore.; May 5, Chehalis,Wash.; May 25-27, Eugene, Ore.; June 16, Chehalis, Wash.; June 23-24, Puyallup, Wash.; June 23-24, Salem, Ore.; July 1, Arlington,Wash.; July 21, Richmond, B.C.; July 28, Chehalis, Wash.; Aug. 4-5, Richmond, B.C.; Aug. 10-12, Snohomish, Wash.; Aug. 18-19, Auburn, Wash.; Sept. 1, Richmond, B.C.; Sept. 8-9, Auburn, Wash.; Sept. 22-23, Salem, Ore.; Oct. 6-7, Salem, Ore.


Northwest Overall Stunt and Precision Aerobatics champion Chris Cox with his Crossfire. Pete Ferguson photo.

PRECISION AEROBATICS -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012
1 Chris Cox Delta, B.C. 76.5
2 Paul Walker Deer Park, Wash. 57
3 Howard Rush Bellevue, Wash. 28.5
4 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 22.5
5 Pete Peterson Tacoma, Wash. 16.5
6 Tom Strom Olympia, Wash. 15
7 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 14
8 Steve Helmick Renton, Wash. 13
9 Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 10.5
10 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 9

Classic/Nostalgia 30 champion and Vintage Stunt Trophy winner Alan Resinger with his Gypsy. Gerry Boyd photo.

CLASSIC/NOSTALGIA 30 STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012
1 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 21
2 John Leidle Kirkland, Wash. 19
3 Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 15
4 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 10
5 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 9
6 Pete Peterson Tacoma, Wash. 6
7 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 3
8 Bruce Hunt Lake Stevens, Wash. 2
9 Mark Scarborough Pullman, Wash. 1
10 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 1

Dave Royer flew this Humongous and also a Warrior to win the Old-Time Stunt crown. Flying Lines photo.

OLD-TIME STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012
1 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 16
2 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 11
3 Tom Strom Olympia, Wash. 6
Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 5
Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 5
Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 5
7 Dave McCheyne Delta, B.C. 4
Roy DeCamara Vancouver, Wash. 4
9 Henry Hajdik New Westminster, B.C. 3
10 Glenn Little Vancouver, B.C. 2

Dane Covey flew his electric profile Nobler to the top of the Profile Stunt standings. Pete Ferguson photo.

PROFILE STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012
1 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 21
2 Bruce Hunt Lake Stevens, Wash. 20
3 Richard Entwhistle Scappoose, Ore. 18
4 Mike Massey Cottage Grove, Ore. 15
5 Tom Strom Olympia, Wash. 10
6 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 9
7 Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 7
Steve Helmick Renton, Wash. 6
Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 6
Rex Abbott Sequim, Wash. 6

OVERALL STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012
1 Chris Cox Delta, B.C. 76.5
2 Paul Walker Deer Park, Wash. 57
3 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 43.5
4 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 38
5 Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 37.5
6 Tom Strom Olympia, Wash. 31
7 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 30
8 Howard Rush Bellevue, Wash. 28.5
9 Pete Peterson Tacoma, Wash. 26.5
10 John Leidle Kirkland, Wash. 23.5

VINTAGE STUNT SEASON TROPHY POINTS -- Updated Oct. 9, 2012

1 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 21
John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 21
3 Scott Riese Portland, Ore. 20
4 John Leidle Kirkland, Wash. 19
5 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 17
6 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 9
7 Pete Peterson Tacoma, Wash. 6
Tom Strom Olympia, Wash. 6
9 Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 5
Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 5


AMA FAST COMBAT -- Updated Aug. 15, 2012
1 Mel Lyne Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. 15
2 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 7
3 Don McKay Redmond, Wash. 5

SPEED LIMIT COMBAT -- Updated July 31, 2012
1 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 19
2 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 16
3 Jeff Rein Covington, Wash. 15
4 Don McKay Redmond, Wash. 12
5 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 5
6 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 3
7 Jim Green Bellevue, Wash. 2

VIINTAGE DIESEL COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 14, 2012
1 Mel Lyne Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. 22
2 Don McKay Redmond, Wash. 16
3 Greg Davis Port Coquitlam, B.C. 12
4 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 7
Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 7
6 Jeff Rein Covington, Wash. 5
Kelly Crozier B.C. 5
8 Ken Burdick Kent,Wash. 4

1/2-A COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 26, 2012
1 Jeff Rein Covington,Wash. 30
2 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 25
3 Don McKay Redmond, Wash. 15
4 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 11
5 Jim Green Bellevue, Wash. 10
6 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 6
7 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 2

Robert Smith (right) was the Overall Combat champion in 2012. He's seen here starting the engine on a 1/2-A Combat Plane at the Northwest Regionals, with Buzz Wilson holding. Dean Rea photo.

OVERALL COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 26, 2012

1 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 51
2 Jeff Rein Covington, Wash. 50
3 Don McKay Redmond, Wash. 48
4 Mel Lyne Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. 37
5 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 29
6 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 21
7 Jim Green Bellevue,Wash. 12
Greg Davis Port Coquitlam, B.C. 12
9 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 7
10 Kelly Crozier B.C. 5


CLASS I NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 No Northwest placers

CLASS II NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 No Northwest placers

PROFILE NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 4
2 Lloyd Marohl Tacoma,Wash. 3

SPORT 40 NAVY CARRIER -- Updated Sept. 16, 2012

1 Mike Potter Auburn, Wash. 19
2 Daniel Johnson Chehalis, Wash. 14
3 Scott Johnson Chehalis, Wash. 13
4 Ronald Anderson Vancouver, Wash. 10
5 Dick Salter Tenino, Wash. 7
Nathan Johnson Chehalis, Wash. 7
7 Lloyd Marohl Tacoma, Wash. 5
8 Bill Darkow Chehalis, Wash. 4
9 Mark Hansen Portland, Ore. 3

.15 NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 2

NOSTALGIA NAVY CARRIER (all classes combined) -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Bob Parker Renton, Wash. 5
2 Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 3
3 Rich Salter Tenino, Wash. 2

Mike Potter was the Overall Navy Carrier champ for 2012. Pete Ferguson photo.

OVERALL NAVY CARRIER -- Updated Sept. 16, 2012
1 Mike Potter Auburn, Wash. 25
2 Daniel Johnson Rochester, Wash. 14
3 Scott Johnson Rochester, Wash. 13
4 Lloyd Marohl Tacoma, Wash. 11
5 Ron Anderson Vancouver, Wash. 10
6 Mike Conner Maple Ridge, B.C. 9
Bill Darkow Olympia, Wash. 9
8 Dick Salter Tenino, Wash. 7
Nathan Johnson Rochester, Wash. 7
10 Bob Parker Orting, Wash. 5


NORTHWEST SPORT RACE -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Mac Ryan Burbank, Wash. 4
2 Todd Ryan Spokane Valley, Wash. 1

FLYING CLOWN RACE -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 2
Mac Ryan Burbank, Wash. 2
3 Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 1

NORTHWEST SUPER SPORT RACE -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Mac Ryan Burbank, Wash. 2
2 Dave Shrum Roseburg, Ore. 1

CLASS I MOUSE RACE -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Bruce Duncan Langley, B.C. 1

OVERALL RACING -- Updated Updated June 4, 2012
1 Mac Ryan Burbank, Wash. 8
2 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 2
3 Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 1
Bruce Duncan Langley, B.C. 1
Dave Shrum Roseburg, Ore. 1
Todd Ryan Spokane Valley, Wash. 1


Mike Hazel (left) and Ken Burdick are the Louie Louie Speed Team.

SPEED (all classes combined) -- Updated Sept. 26, 2012
1 Louie Louie Speed Team Kent, Wash., Mehama, Ore. 17
2 Jim Booker La Grande, Ore. 11
3 Dick Salter Tenino, Wash. 5
Steve Walther North Vancouver, B.C. 5
5 Loren Howard Ariel, Wash. 4
Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 4
7 Scott Newkirk Edmonds, Wash. 2
8 Craig Bartlett Corvallis, Ore. 1
Rich Salter Tenino, Wash. 1
Dean Singleton
Bruce Tunberg
Lebanon, Ore.
McMinnville, Ore.
1
1

Floyd Carter flew his Zero stunter in the Sport Scale category at the Northwest Regionals, the only Northwest flier to score Scale points in 2012. Dean Rea photo.

SCALE (all classes combined) -- Updated June 4, 2012
1 Floyd Carter Eugene, Ore. 2

Flying Lines keeps track of standings in all AMA rulebook and Northwest official events, in all Northwest sanctioned contests.

Your FL editors do their best to keep up with the results, but contest directors can help keep the standings up to date by making sure to send the results to FL immediately after the contest. If you spot errors, please let us know.

Results must include the placing in each event through fourth place and the report also must list the number of contestants in the event, in order for the point standings to be counted accurately.

Also, please include in your report the hometown of the contestants. Only Northwest residents are counted in the standings (AMA Dist. XI and British Columbia). The score of each contestant also should be listed for general reporting purposes and for checking against the Northwest records.

If you flew in a contest that doesn't appear to be counted, contact the contest director or Flying Lines.

How the points are compiled:

Who is eligible to score points: Any resident of AMA District XI or British Columbia. AMA Dist XI includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.
What events are counted: Official AMA rulebook events, and official Northwest rules events (see Northwest Rules for a list)
What contests count in the standings: All contests taking place within Dist. XI or British Columbia, sanctioned by the Academy of Model Aeronautics or MAAC.
How the points are awarded: Points are awarded to the top four placers in any event. First place is worth the number of entries in the event; second place is number of entries minus 1; third place is number of entries minus 2; fourth place is number of entries minus 3. Example: If there are 12 entries, first place gets 12 points, second place 11, third place 10, fourth place 9.
Overall standings:
In events with multiple classes, an overall points tally also is kept. In speed and scale, all classes are combined.
Special notes: Precision aerobatics expert fliers' scores are multiplied by a factor of 1.5. When an individual is allowed more than one entry in a single event, only the highest-placing score shall be counted. Events run by nonstandard rules will be counted only in the overall standings for the category.

Send contest results, corrections and other correspondence regarding Northwest Competition Standings to Standings Coordinator John Thompson. For a printed copy of complete current standings for any event, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Flying Lines, 2456 Quince St., Eugene, OR 97404. For a PDF copy of the complete current standings for any event, e-mail the standings coordinator. To see rules of all Northwest regional events, go to the Flying Lines Northwest Rules section. For Academy of Model Aeronautics national event rules, go to the AMA web site.

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