Event Results

The John Schroder Scale Aerobatics National Championships 2018 - NW

IAC

Tuesday, 06/26/2018 - Friday, 06/29/2018

The John Schroder Scale Aerobatics National Championships 2018

Overall, there were 27 pilots flying in the The John Schroder Scale Aerobatics National Championships 2018 contest. In no particular order they were: Bert Garrison, Cambize Shahrdar, Charles Cooke, Conner Barnes, David Moser, Dean Lampron, Greg Hladky, JJ Hedrick, Joseph Thibodeau , Kal Reifsnyder, Kevin Schmidt, Kurt Koelling, Louis A. Matustik, Michael Landa, Michael Roxberry, Mitch Johnson, Randy Foster, Ray Morton, Rhett Lambert, Rich Whitlow, Sam Pankratz, Shane Snyder, Skip Messick, Terry Pellerin, Toby W. Silhavy, Ty Lyman and William Jackson. These pilots flew a grand total of 922 judged sequences. 

Rhett Lambert won the Sportsman class. There were 10 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Rhett Lambert, (2) JJ Hedrick, (3) Michael Landa, (4) William Jackson, (5) Greg Hladky, (6) Michael Roxberry, (7) Bert Garrison, (8) Charles Cooke, (9) Randy Foster and (10) Kevin Schmidt. They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 9,157.6 to a high of 12,440.1 (a range of 3,282.4 points). 

Sam Pankratz won the Intermediate class. There were 4 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Sam Pankratz, (2) Terry Pellerin, (3) Skip Messick and (4) Rich Whitlow. They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 9,767.9 to a high of 12,500 (a range of 2,732.1 points). 

Mitch Johnson won the Advanced class. There were 5 pilots in Advanced. The winning order was: (1) Mitch Johnson, (2) Conner Barnes, (3) Joseph Thibodeau , (4) Cambize Shahrdar and (5) Toby W. Silhavy. They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 4,102.3 to a high of 12,428.9 (a range of 8,326.6 points). 

David Moser won the Unlimited class. There were 8 pilots in Unlimited. The winning order was: (1) David Moser, (2) Kurt Koelling, (3) Kal Reifsnyder, (4) Ty Lyman, (5) Dean Lampron, (6) Ray Morton, (7) Louis A. Matustik and (8) Shane Snyder. They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 8,446.2 to a high of 12,478 (a range of 4,031.7 points). 

David Moser won the Bennett Cup class. There were 27 pilots in Bennett Cup. The winning order was: (1) David Moser, (2) Kurt Koelling, (3) Kal Reifsnyder, (4) Rhett Lambert, (5) JJ Hedrick, (6) Sam Pankratz, (7) Ty Lyman, (8) Michael Landa, (9) Mitch Johnson, (10) Conner Barnes, (11) Dean Lampron, (12) Ray Morton, (13) William Jackson, (14) Greg Hladky, (15) Joseph Thibodeau , (16) Louis A. Matustik, (17) Terry Pellerin, (18) Michael Roxberry, (19) Bert Garrison, (20) Skip Messick, (21) Charles Cooke, (22) Randy Foster, (23) Rich Whitlow, (24) Kevin Schmidt, (25) Shane Snyder, (26) Cambize Shahrdar and (27) Toby W. Silhavy. They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 299.481 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 700.519 points). 

Kal Reifsnyder won the Junior/Seniors class. There were 7 pilots in Junior/Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Kal Reifsnyder, (2) Rhett Lambert, (3) JJ Hedrick, (4) Sam Pankratz, (5) Michael Landa, (6) Mitch Johnson and (7) Joseph Thibodeau . They flew 14 known sequences (7 rounds) and 3 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 899.541 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 100.459 points). 

Kal Reifsnyder won the Freestyle class. There were 4 pilots in Freestyle. The winning order was: (1) Kal Reifsnyder, (2) JJ Hedrick, (3) Rhett Lambert and (4) Michael Landa. They flew 1 freestyle round. The scores ranged from a low of 704.5 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 295.5 points). 

The tightest competition was for 1st place in the Advanced class, with only 0.1 points difference between Mitch Johnson and Conner Barnes.