Northwest Control-Line Competition standings


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Final 2018 Individual Event Standings

Contests counted: April 20-22, Portland, Ore.; May 25-27, Roseburg, Ore.; June 23-24, Chehalis, Wash.; Aug. 5, Richmond, B.C.; Aug. 10-12, Snohomish, Wash. Sept. 8-9, Chehalis, Wash.; Oct. 6-7. Salem, Ore.; Nov. 24, Portland, Ore.


Airplanes campaigned by the top three fliers in Precision Aerobatics during 2018, from back to front: Alan Resinger's Rare Bear, Paul Walker's P-47 and Chris Cox's Hellcat. They're seen lined up for a photo at the Jim Walker Memorial Spring Tune-up in Portland, Ore., in April. Flying Lines photo.

PRECISION AEROBATICS -- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Paul Walker Deer Park, Wash. 73.5
  Chris Cox Delta, B.C. 73.5
3 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 19.5
  Howard Rush Olympia, Wash. 19.5
5 Fred Underwood West Linn, Ore. 15
6 Walter Hicks Central Point, Ore. 9
7 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 7.5
8 Mark Scarborough Pullman, Wash. 6
9 Arkady Gorodetsky Vancouver, B.C.

5

  Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 5

CLASSIC STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 14
2 John Leidle Kirkland, Wash. 12
3 Pat Johnston Boise, Idaho 11
4 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 5
  Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 5
  John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 5
  Randy Powell Wildwood, Wash. 2
8 Tim Wescott Oregon City, Ore. 1
  Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 1

OLD-TIME STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 13
2 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 7
3 Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 1
  Tom Brightbill Oregon City, Ore. 1
  Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 1
       

Jerry Eichten of Newberg, Ore., captured the Profile Stunt title flying this electric Pathfinder at 2018 contests. It's seen here at the Jim Walker Memorial Spring Tune-up in Portland, Ore., in April. Steve Linstedt photo.

PROFILE STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Jerry Eichten Newberg, Ore. 16
2 Fred Underwood West Linn, Ore. 14
3 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 8
  Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 8
5 Pat Johnston Boise, Idaho 5
6 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 4
7 Bruce Hunt Lake Stevens, Wash. 3
8 Mike Massey Eagle Point, Ore. 2
9 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 1
       

 

OVERALL STUNT -- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Paul Walker Deer Park, Wash. 73.5
2 Chris Cox Delta, B.C. 73.5
3 Fred Underwood West Linn, Ore. 29
4 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 24
5 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 21.5
6 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 20
7 Alan Resinger Delta, B.C. 19.5
  Howard Rush Bellevue, Wash. 19.5
9 Pat Johnston Boise, Idaho 16
Jerry Eichten Newberg, Ore. 16

Dave Royer crowned Vintage Stunt champ at Follies

The Fall Follies in Salem on Oct. 6-7 settled the race for the Don McClave Vintage Stunt Trophy, with Dave Royer of Portland, Ore., claiming the title for the second time. The Vintage Stunt Trophy is awarded to the flier with the most points in combined Old-Time and Classic Stunt for the season. Dave also won the title in 2015. Dave flew his Humongous in Old-Time Stunt and his Warrior in Classic. Previous winners have been Bruce Hunt (2006, 2008, 2009, 2010), Scott Riese (2005), Pat Johnston (2007), Pete Peterson (2011, 2013), Alan Resinger and John Thompson (2012, tie), John Thompson (2014), Dave Royer (2015) and Mike Haverly (2016, 2017). The trophy is sponsored by Flying Lines.

Dave Royer signals to judges as he begins his winning Old-Time Stunt flight at the Fall Follies, solidifying his victory in the Don McClave Vintage Stunt Championship Trophy race for 2018. Flying Lines photo.


DON McCLAVE VINTAGE STUNT TROPHY
-- Updated Oct. 9, 2018
1 Dave Royer Portland, Ore. 18
2 Mike Haverly Auburn, Wash. 14
3 John Leidle Kirkland, Wash. 12
  John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 12
5 Pat Johnston Boise, Idaho 11
6 Dane Covey Tacoma, Wash. 6
7 Chris Sackett Delta, B.C. 2
  Randy Powell Wildwood, Wash. 2
9 Tim Wescott Oregon City, Ore. 1
  Tom Brightbill Oregon City, Ore. 1

AMA FAST COMBAT -- Updated Aug. 17, 2018
1 Mel Lyne Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. 20
2 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 19
3 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 16
4 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 12
  John Knoppi Renton, Wash. 12

80MPH COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 11, 2018
1 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 29
2 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 11
3 Russ Hester Florence, Ore. 10
4 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 9
5 Jeff Cohen Tacoma, Wash. 8
6 Jim Green Bellevue, Wash. 5
  Greg Machen Belfair, Wash. 5
8 John Knoppi Renton, Wash. 3.5

 

15 FAST COMBAT -- Updated June 1, 2018
1 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 7
       

1/2-A COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 11, 2018
1 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 37
2 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 28
3 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 15
4 Greg Machen Belfair, Wash. 12
5 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 7.6
6 John Knoppi Renton, Wash. 7
7 Jim Green Bellevue, Wash. 5
8 Jeff Cohen Tacoma, Wash, 3.6
9 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 1
       

Robert Smith of Roy, Wash., topped the Overall Combat standings. He's seen here at the Bladder Grabber in Snohomish, Wash., in August. Flying Lines photo.

OVERALL COMBAT -- Updated Sept. 11, 2018

1 Robert Smith Roy, Wash. 69
2 Gene Pape Eugene, Ore. 46
3 Buzz Wilson Belfair, Wash. 35
4 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 34
5 John Knoppi Renton, Wash. 22.5
6 Mel Lyne Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. 20
7 Greg Machen Belfair, Wash. 17
8 Jeff Cohen Tacoma, Wash. 11.6
9 Russ Hester Florence, Ore. 10
  Jim Green Bellevue, Wash. 10

 


CLASS I NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 1, 2018
  No Northwest placers    

 

CLASS II NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 1, 2018
  No Northwest placers    

 

PROFILE NAVY CARRIER -- No contests so far
1 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 3
2 Mike Potter Auburn, Wash. 1

SPORT 40 NAVY CARRIER -- Updated Sept. 11, 2018
1 Mike Potter Auburn, Wash. 15
2 Kris Millard Puyallup, Wash. 13
3 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 8
4 John Lickley Redmond, Ore. 4
  Steve Holt Renton, Wash. 4

.15 NAVY CARRIER -- Updated June 1, 2018
  No Northwest placers    
       

 

NOSTALGIA NAVY CARRIER (Combined) -- Updated June 1, 2018
1 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 1

Mike Potter topped the Overall Navy Carrier standings. Mike is seen here at the Stunt-a-Thon in Chehalis, Wash., in June calculating scores -- he's the main Carrier official for most Northwest contests as well as a top competitor. Flying Lines photo.

OVERALL NAVY CARRIER -- Updated Sept. 11, 2018
1 Mike Potter Auburn, Wash. 16
2 Kris Millard Puyallup, Wash. 13
3 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 8
4 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 4
  John Lickley Redmond, Ore. 4
  Steve Holt Redmond, Wash. 4


NORTHWEST SPORT RACE -- Updated Nov. 27, 2018
1 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 19
2 Leighton Mangels North Plains, Ore. 15
3 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 10
4 Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 8
5 Pat Chewning Beaverton, Ore. 4
6 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 2
  Richard Entwhistle Scappoose, Ore. 2
       

Leighton Mangels of North Planes, Ore., was the top competitor in Flying Clown Race. He's seen here at left piloting a race at the Jim Walker Memorial Spring Tune-Up in Portland, Ore. The other pilot is Jim Cameron. Flying Lines photo.

FLYING CLOWN RACE (Combined) -- Updated June 1, 2018
1 Leighton Mangels North Plains, Ore. 13
2 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 8
3 Richard Entwhistle Scappoose, Ore. 6
4 Pat Chewning Beaverton, Ore. 5
5 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 4
  Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 4
7 Ken Burdick Kamloops, B.C. 3
  Bruce Tunberg McMinnville, Ore. 3

NORTHWEST SUPER SPORT RACE -- Updated June 1, 2018
1 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 5
2 Leighton Mangels North Plains, Ore. 3
3 Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 1

CLASS I MOUSE RACE -- No entries
     

OVERALL RACING -- Updated Nov. 27, 2018
1 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 32
2 Leighton Mangels North Plains, Ore. 27
3 John Thompson Eugene, Ore. 14
4 Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 12
5 Pat Chewning Beaverton, Ore. 9
6 Richard Entwhistle Scappoose, Ore. 8
7 Ken Burdick Kamloops, B.C. 3
  Bruce Tunberg McMinnville, Ore. 3
  Mark Schluter Umpqua, Ore. 3


Ken Burdick of Kamloops, B.C., was the overall Speed champion. He's seen above at the pylon during the Northwest Regionals in Roseburg, Ore., in May. Flying Lines photo.

SPEED (all classes combined) -- Updated Oct. 4, 2018
1 Ken Burdick Kamloops, B.C. 23
2 Jeff Cleaver Port Ludlow, Wash. 17
3 Mike Hazel Mehama, Ore. 15
  Chris Sackett Maple Ridge, B.C. 15
5 Bruce Tunberg McMinnville, Ore. 12
6 Jim Booker La Grande, Ore. 11
7 Doug Powers Portland, Ore. 7
8 Scott Newkirk Snohomish, Wash. 5
9 Steve Lindstedt Silverton, Ore. 2


Orin Humphries returned to Scale competition in 2018 and topped the standings. His Monocoupe is seen in flight at the Northwest Regionals in Roseburg, Ore., in May. Flying Lines photo.

SCALE (all classes combined) -- Updated June 1, 2018
1 Orin Humphries Lynnwood, Wash. 7
2 Al Culver Greenleaf, Idaho 3
3 Bob Lewis Roseburg, Ore. 1

The Northwest standings system

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, official Northwest rules events (see Northwest Rules for a list) and official special interest group events such as PAMPA's Classic Stunt and Old-Time Stunt or NASS Sport Jet Speed.
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, including record-ratio events, 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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2014 Final Standings and Competitor of the Year

2013 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2012 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2011 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2010 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2009 final standings and competitor of the Year

2008 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2007 final standings and Competitor of the Year

2006 final standings and Competitor of Year

2005 final standings and Competitor of Year


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