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JANUARY: 22

January 2- D: Jim Sayegh

January 3- D: Jim Sayegh

January 6- D: Karen Wilkens

January 7- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

January 8- D: Phideaux Xavier

January 9- D: Grant A. Johnson

January 10- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

January 13- D: Karen Wilkens

January 14- D: Jim Sayegh

January 15- D: Grant A. Johnson

January 16- D: Phideaux Xavier

January 17- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

January 20- D: Karen Wilkens

January 21- D: Karen Wilkens

January 22- D: Grant A. Johnson

January 23- D: Jim Sayegh

January 24- D: Phideaux Xavier

January 27- D: Phideaux Xavier

January 28- D: Karen Wilkens

January 29- D: Phideaux Xavier

January 30- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

January 31- D: Grant A. Johnson

Peter Brinckerhoff: 4

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 4

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 5

FEBRUARY: 20

February 3- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

February 4- D: Phideaux Xavier

February 5- D: Karen Wilkens

February 6- D: Jim Sayegh

February 7- D: Jim Sayegh

February 10- D: Jim Sayegh

February 11- D: Karen Wilkens

February 12- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

February 13- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

February 14- D: Jim Sayegh

February 17- D: Phideaux Xavier

February 18- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

February 19- D: Phideaux Xavier

February 20- D: Grant A. Johnson

February 21- D: Jim Sayegh

February 24- D: Karen Wilkens

February 25- D: Phideaux Xavier

February 26- D: Phideaux Xavier

February 27- D: Grant A. Johnson

February 28- D: Karen Wilkens

Peter Brinckerhoff: 4

Grant A. Johnson: 2

Jim Sayegh: 5

Karen Wilkens: 4

Phideaux Xavier: 5

MARCH: 19

March 3- D: Jim Sayegh

March 4- D: Jim Sayegh

March 5- D: Karen Wilkens

March 6- D: Jim Sayegh

March 7- D: Grant A. Johnson

March 10- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

March 11- D: Phideaux Xavier

March 12- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

March 13- D: Grant A. Johnson

March 14- D: Grant A. Johnson

March 17- D: Karen Wilkens

March 18- D: Jim Sayegh

March 19- D: Phideaux Xavier

March 24- D: Grant A. Johnson

March 25- D: Phideaux Xavier

March 26- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

March 27- D: Karen Wilkens

March 28- D: Phideaux Xavier

March 31- D: Phideaux Xavier

Peter Brinckerhoff: 3

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 4

Karen Wilkens: 3

Phideaux Xavier: 5

APRIL: 22

April 1- D: Jim Sayegh

April 2- D: Jim Sayegh

April 3- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 4- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

April 7- D: Phideaux Xavier

April 8- D: Phideaux Xavier

April 9- D: Jim Sayegh

April 10- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

April 11- D: Roy Friedland

April 14- D: Jim Sayegh

April 15- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 16- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 17- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

April 18- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

April 21- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

April 22- D: Phideaux Xavier

April 23- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 24- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 25- D: Gary Tomlin

April 28- D: Grant A. Johnson

April 29- D: Jim Sayegh

April 30- D: Jim Sayegh

Peter Brinckerhoff: 5

Roy Friedland: 1

Grant A. Johnson: 6

Jim Sayegh: 6

Gary Tomlin: 1

Karen Wilkens: 0

Phideaux Xavier: 3

MAY: 22

May 1- D: Phideaux Xavier

May 2- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

May 5- D: Jim Sayegh

May 6- D: Roy Friedland

May 7- D: Grant A. Johnson

May 8- D: Grant A. Johnson

May 9- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

May12 - D: Gary Tomlin

May 13- D: Phideaux Xavier

May 14- D: Phideaux Xavier

May 15- D: Jim Sayegh

May 16- D: Grant A. Johnson

May 19- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

May 20- D: Phideaux Xavier

May 21- D: Jim Sayegh

May 22- D: Grant A. Johnson

May 23- D: Karen Wilkens

May 26- D: Karen Wilkens

May 27- D: Phideaux Xavier

May 28- D: Gary Tomlin

May 29- D: Karen Wilkens

May 30- D: Grant A. Johnson

Peter Brinckerhoff: 3

Roy Friedland: 1

Grant A. Johnson: 5

Jim Sayegh: 3

Gary Tomlin: 2

Karen Wilkens: 3

Phideaux Xavier: 5

JUNE: 21

June 2- D: Jim Sayegh

June 3- D: Karen Wilkens

June 4- D: Jim Sayegh

June 5- D: Jim Sayegh

June 6- D: Grant A. Johnson

June 9- D: Phideaux Xavier

June 10- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

June 11- D: Grant A. Johnson

June 12- D: Phideaux Xavier

June 13- D: Jim Sayegh

June 16- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

June 17- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

June 18- D: Karen Wilkens

June 19- D: Karen Wilkens

June 20 - D: Peter Brinckerhoff

June 23- D: Jim Sayegh

June 24: D: Jim Sayegh

June 25- D: Karen Wilkens

June 26- D: Phideaux Xavier

June 27- D: Phideaux Xavier

June 30- D: Karen Wilkens

Peter Brinckerhoff: 4

Grant A. Johnson: 2

Jim Sayegh: 6

Gary Tomlin: 0

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 4

JULY: 21

July 1- D: Gary Tomlin

July 2- D: Gary Tomlin

July 7- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 8- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 9- D: Karen Wilkens

July 10- D: Karen Wilkens

July 11- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 14- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 15- D: Karen Wilkens

July 16- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 17- D: Jim Sayegh

July 18- D: Jim Sayegh

July 21- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

July 22- D: Phideaux Xavier

July 23- D: Grant A. Johnson

July 24- D: Jim Sayegh

July 25- D: Karen Wilkens

July 28- D: Karen Wilkens

July 29- D: Phideaux Xavier

July 30- D: Phideaux Xavier

July 31- D: Karen Wilkens

Peter Brinckerhoff: 1

Grant A. Johnson: 6

Jim Sayegh: 3

Gary Tomlin: 2

Karen Wilkens: 6

Phideaux Xavier: 3

AUGUST: 21

August 1- D: Grant A. Johnson

August 4- D: Grant A. Johnson

August 5- D: Karen Wilkens

August 6- D: Karen Wilkens

August 7- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

August 8- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

August 11- D: Phideaux Xavier

August 12- D: Phideaux Xavier

August 13- D: Phideaux Xavier

August 14- D: Phideaux Xavier

August 15- D: Gary Tomlin

August 18- D: Karen Wilkens

August 19- D: Karen Wilkens

August 20- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

August 21- D: Phideaux Xavier

August 22- D: Grant A. Johnson

August 25- D: Grant A. Johnson

August 26- D: Gary Tomlin

August 27- D: Gary Tomlin

August 28- D: Karen Wilkens

August 29- D: Phideaux Xavier

Peter Brinckerhoff: 3

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 0

Gary Tomlin: 3

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 6

SEPTEMBER: 22

September 1- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

September 2- D: Jim Sayegh

September 3- D: Gary Tomlin

September 4- D: Gary Tomlin

September 5- D: Karen Wilkens

September 8- D: Jim Sayegh

September 9- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

September 10- D: Phideaux Xavier

September 11- D: Phideaux Xavier

September 12- D: Grant A. Johnson

September 15- D: Jim Sayegh

September 16- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

September 17- D: Karen Wilkens

September 18- D: Karen Wilkens

September 19- D: Grant A. Johnson

September 22- D: Grant A. Johnson

September 23- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

September 24- D: Karen Wilkens

September 25- D: Karen Wilkens

September 26- D: Grant A. Johnson

September 29- D: Jim Sayegh

September 30- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

Peter Brinckerhoff: 5

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 4

Gary Tomlin: 2

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 2

OCTOBER: 23

October 1- D: Gary Tomlin

October 2- D: Gary Tomlin

October 3- D: Jim Sayegh

October 6- D: Jim Sayegh

October 7- D: Karen Wilkens

October 8- D: Karen Wilkens

October 9- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

October 10- D: Phideaux Xavier

October 13- D: Gary Tomlin

October 14- D: Grant A. Johnson

October 15- D: Gary Tomlin

October 16- D: Phideaux Xavier

October 17- D: Phideaux Xavier

October 20- D: Jim Sayegh

October 21- D: Jim Sayegh

October 22- D: Jim Sayegh

October 23- D: Grant A. Johnson

October 24- D: Phideaux Xavier

October 27- D: Karen Wilkens

October 28- D: Karen Wilkens

October 29- D: Jim Sayegh

October 30- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

October 31- D: Grant A. Johnson

Peter Brinckerhoff: 2

Grant A. Johnson: 3

Jim Sayegh: 6

Gary Tomlin: 4

Karen Wilkens: 4

Phideaux Xavier: 4

NOVEMBER: 19

November 3- D: Grant A. Johnson

November 4- D: Karen Wilkens

November 5- D: Grant A. Johnson

November 6- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

November 7- D: Karen Wilkens

November 10- D: Karen Wilkens

November 11- D: Phideaux Xavier

November 12- D: Jim Sayegh

November 13- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

November 14- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

November 17- D: Karen Wilkens

November 18- D: Grant A. Johnson

November 19- D: Jim Sayegh

November 20- D: Phideaux Xavier

November 21- D: Karen Wilkens

November 24- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

November 25- D: Grant A. Johnson

November 26- D: Jim Sayegh

November 28- D: Phideaux Xavier

Peter Brinckerhoff: 4

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 3

Gary Tomlin: 0

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 3

DECEMBER: 23

December 1- D: Grant A. Johnson

December 2- D: Jim Sayegh

December 3- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

December 4- D: Karen Wilkens

December 5- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 8- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

December 9- D: Grant A. Johnson

December 10- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 11- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 12- D: Grant A. Johnson

December 15- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

December 16- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 17- D: Jim Sayegh

December 18- D: Karen Wilkens

December 19- D: Karen Wilkens

December 22- D: Peter Brinckerhoff

December 23- D: Karen Wilkens

December 24- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 25- D: Phideaux Xavier

December 26- D: Jim Sayegh

December 29- D: Grant A. Johnson

December 30- D: Karen Wilkens

December 31- D: Jim Sayegh

Peter Brinckerhoff: 4

Grant A. Johnson: 4

Jim Sayegh: 4

Gary Tomlin: 0

Karen Wilkens: 5

Phideaux Xavier: 6

YEAR TOTAL: 255

Peter Brinckerhoff: 42

Roy Friedland: 2

Grant A. Johnson: 48

Jim Sayegh: 48

Gary Tomlin: 14

Karen Wilkens: 50

Phideaux Xavier: 51

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