Joss Northeast 9-Ball

Hewitt and Donnelly score Sharp Shooters Joss Tour Wins

2003 Joss TourDanny Hewitt cruised – unbeaten and relatively untested – through a field of 45 players to win the Joss NE 9-Ball Tour stop at Sharp Shooters Billiards in Amsterdam, NY on February 8th and 9th.
An early Satruday 9-5 win over Paul Rozonewski was the closest any opponent would get to beating Hewitt all weekend. Hewitt wouldn’t even break a sweat in the match for the hot-seat, as he defeated Jeremy Sossei 9-0.
On the one loss side, Rozonewski was on a six match winning streak and would have to get by Sossei to earn another shot at Hewitt in the finals. Rozonewski would have to settle for third place though, as Sossei handed him another 9-5 loss.
The final match between Hewitt and Sossei was just a little longer than their first meeting, with Hewitt scoring a 9-2 win in the first and only set of the finals.
The second chance tournament on Sunday drew fifteen players and Mike Donnelly scored an undefeated win, with victories over Demian Provost for the hot-seat and again in the finals.
The Joss NE 9-Ball Tour’s next stop will be February 22nd and 23rd at Trick Shot Billiards in Clifton Park, NY.
Tour director Mike Zuglan urged players interested in participating in this year’s Turning Stone Classic XXII on September 18th – 21st to get their entry fees in to him as soon as possible. The field is roughly 35% full already.

1st  Canada Danny Hewitt $1,000
2nd  USA Jeremy Sossei $700
3rd  USA Paul Rozonewski $550
4th  USA Ron Cosanzio $400
5th  USA Dave Fernandez $300
5th  USA Mark Creamer $300
7th  USA Jason Michas $200
7th  USA Kevin Ketz $200
9th  USA Willy Oney $100
9th Bud Robideau $100
9th  USA Joe Sinicropi $100
9th  USA Pete Jorgenson $100

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