Skylar (Sky) Woodward double dipped Shane Van Boening to win the 8 Ball

The Coles’ Carom Room Spring Classic in Beloit Wisconsin hosted two events. Sixteen player $2000 per player entry with $4000 added 8 Ball Tournament and a thirty-two player $200 per player entr $1000 added 10 Ball Tournament.

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Skylar (Sky) Woodward double dipped Shane Van Boening to win the 8 Ball which paid $16,000 for first and $22,200 Calcutta for a total of $36,200.

The 10 ball was won by fifteen year old Sergio Rivas. Sergio went undefeated and received  $2,900 for first and $7,710 Calcutta for a total of $10,610.

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(pictured left to right, Gary Lutman (2nd),¬† Dave Cole (Coles’ Carom Room owner), Sergio Rivas (10 Ball Winner)