Winter Storm Shoot 2014 Results

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Winter Storm Shoot 2014 Results

Postby Kevcollins » Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:58 am

Thanks for joining us for the PIPS Winter Storm Shoot 2014! We had a great match with excellent weather, NO wind, and decent range conditions! Thanks to all of you that helped tear down.

The results of the match have been posted here ==> http://www.uspsa.org/uspsa-display-matc ... indx=10893 and the unofficial combined results can be found here ==> http://www.combinedresults.info/index.php/match/10893

Note: I had significant issues with the scoresheets so a reminder is in order. Please make sure you sign your sheets for all COFs and when you do, make sure the rounds add up for the stage and the time is recorded on the sheet. Also, of course, you need to make sure the writing is legible. I corrected errors where I could but a number of scoresheets were missing a paper target on COF #4 (and score totals) which led to several DNFs.

Kevin
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Re: Winter Storm Shoot 2014 Results

Postby Kevcollins » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:35 pm

Folks: I've re-posted the scores to reflect a change in how I handled targets not scored. Read below for more details...

The match is here ==> http://www.uspsa.org/uspsa-display-matc ... indx=10910 and the unofficial combined results are here ==> http://www.combinedresults.info/index.php/match/10910

...And now for the rest of the story. I had to do some rule-checking to see how it is handled when scores are not recorded for targets. According to to the rulebook, 9.7.6.2 If insufficient hits or misses have been recorded on the score sheet, the hits and misses which have been recorded will be deemed complete and conclusive.

I had previously scored the COF as a DNF for the shooter who was missing a target since the software insists I put in a round total that matches the COF round count. I considered counting the unscored targets as mikes, which would have made the software happy, but chose not to go that way. The correct way to implement the rule as stated above is to count the unscored targets as No Penalty Mikes. That gives the shooter credit for what they did hit/miss but doesn't penalize them further for targets not scored. This change impacted seven shooters--I have made that adjustment and re-posted the scores.

The same advice still stands. You own making sure your score is recorded correctly. Check your scores/times and initial your agreement. Every time.

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