Fedor Gorst over Shane Wolford, 13-10; Bob Stocks Memorial 9-Ball Championship

Congratulations to Fedor Gorst on his 2022 Bob Stocks Memorial 9-Ball Championship Title.

1st Place Fedor Gorst and 2nd Place Shane Wolford
Shane Wolford offers congratulations to Fedor Gorst on his tournament win. (Photo Credit – Kelly Daniel)

The 2022 Bob Stocks Memorial 9-Ball Championship featured 30 strong regional and international pool players looking to claim the title.

Fedor Gorst went undefeated in the first two rounds, beating Rafael Reyes 7-1 and Matt Krah 7-0 to head into the single-elimination round of 16. Meanwhile, Shane Wolford earned his birth in the round of 16 by defeating Lenny Valley 7-4 and Thang Nguyen 7-3.

Both Fedor and Shane took care of business in the single-elimination round, with Fedor Gorst meeting Raphael Reyes a second time winning 11-5, then Many Chau 11-4, and Dylan Spohr 11-5. Shane Wolford moved into the final, dispatching Matt Krah 11-2, Chris Hansen 11-5, and Brandon Shuff 11-9.

Brandon Shuff and Dylan Spohr had notable performances, finishing 3rd /4th.

3rd/4th Place Brandon Shuff
3rd/4th Place Dylan Spohr

There are additional images from the event to be posted. However, we wanted to announce the winners and thank our team for working very hard to make the Bob Stocks Memorial 9-Ball Championship a success.

Thank you to Brian Kilgore and Lai Li of B&L Tournaments for their help running the brackets and making the tournament run smoothly.

Dylan Spohr, Kelly Daniel, Lai Li, Brian Kilgore and Nick Spriggs
Steve Johnson, Dylan Spohr, Lenny Valley, Nick Spriggs, Wayne Everhart, Kelly Daniel

Tournament Bracket

Stage 1 – Double Elimination

Stage 2 – Final 16 – Single Elimination

Sponsors

We would also like to thank our sponsors, THINKTECHMD, Gina Cunningham of Keller Williams Integrity, and Lambros Cues. Without their support, this event would not have been possible.

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