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Illinois Highpower Ranking

This is a ranking system for all the competitors that fired in a highpower tournament in Illinois in the past two years and that tournament result was submitted to ISRA Highpower. For an explanation of how the ranking is calculated, scroll down to the bottom of this page.

More tournament data makes this ranking system better. If your Illinois club would like to add your results to these rankings, contact Konrad at info@illinoishighpower.org.

 

Last Updated: July 4, 2020
Place Competitor Ranking Factor # of tournaments
1 Powers, Konrad 116.30 22
2 McKenna, Liam 115.42 22
3 Vaughn, James 114.61 16
4 Klauer, Tim 112.51 23
5 Aussieker, Mark 111.00 19
6 Appleby, James 110.68 20
7 Pickel, Benjamin 108.96 16
8 Hutchinson, James 107.14 14
9 Power, Tom 105.25 11
10 Roth, John 104.30 15
11 Holliger, John 104.09 10
12 James, Michael A. 103.51 18
13 Bauer, Donald R. 103.48 16
14 Schneider, Scott 103.44 11
15 Lowe, John J. 102.96 8
16 Schrank, David 102.88 7
17 Vitous, Alex 101.30 7
18 Hayes, Jim 101.00 14
19 Zuidema, Craig A. 99.84 18
20 Mahl, Ken 99.28 8
21 Casillas, Jon B. 99.18 15
22 Jones, Tom 98.81 5
23 Porter, Jeff 98.67 8
24 Cramberg, Ken 98.65 12
25 Essling, Bill 97.80 14
26 Friend, James 96.69 8
27 Wilson, John 96.38 3
28 Pingilley, John 95.37 6
29 Khan, Ikraam 95.24 8
30 DeHaan, David 93.88 4
31 Zmia, Joseph 93.62 13
32 Powers, John D. 92.58 10
33 Rapp, Jerry 92.51 11
34 Marienthal, Jeff 91.48 12
35 Carrier, Scott 91.42 4
36 Carrier, Morgan 90.80 4
37 Vitous, Greg 90.08 6
38 Bilotta, Bill 89.52 3
39 Holliger, Ben 88.49 15
40 Vail, Chris 87.41 3
41 Kleinschrodt, Dave 87.34 4
42 Cisco, Kelly 87.29 16
43 Symmers, Mike 87.02 13
44 Cisco, Tom 86.88 12
45 Beckman, Bob 85.11 9
46 Sindt, Gary 84.88 2
47 Jones, Brenda 84.45 3
48 Dzekute, Scott M. 83.21 3
49 Nichols, Loyal 82.01 7
50 Curry, Michael 81.78 10
51 Soppet, Bill 81.68 7
52 Boyle, Patrick 81.32 2
53 Porter, Farrell 81.28 2
54 Raymond, Brad 80.10 2
55 Roesler, Jerry 79.78 2
56 Anderson, Kyle 79.54 2
57 Aussieker, Cole 79.36 12
58 Lievens, Trenton 78.19 7
59 Gill, Bob 77.79 1
60 O'Connell, Jim 77.24 1
61 Vorgang, Blaine 76.14 2
62 Evans, Robert S. 75.02 5
63 Wulff, Bryan 74.01 1
64 Urzedowski, Brian 73.94 2
65 Westling, Brady 73.65 1
66 Osburg, Wayne 73.55 3
67 Alvey, Jeff 72.48 2
68 Dattner, Derek M. 71.89 1
69 Stengle, Ken 71.36 2
70 Ingram, Lawrence 71.22 3
71 Cool, Darrel D. 70.01 1
72 Andrew, Dave 69.93 1
73 Schnelle, Dave 69.17 1
74 Barnes, James 68.15 5
75 Rubin, Arthur 67.59 1
76 Kidder, John 66.31 1
77 Galus, Jeff M. 65.58 1
78 Yarbro, Pete 65.27 1
79 Harber, Neil V. 65.21 1
80 Courtright, Eric 64.38 1
81 Lewin, Lennie 64.28 1
82 Jones, Charles 62.91 1
83 Fatino, Dave 62.75 1
84 Patton-Rynders, Justin 61.43 1
85 Vail, Trevor 59.96 1
86 Meyers, Michael 55.85 1
87 Cisco, Bob 55.62 1
88 Stout, Jack 52.32 1
89 Scher, Ty 51.94 1
90 Graves, John 50.20 1
91 Bond, Bill 48.10 1
92 Salati, Mike 45.83 1
93 Bilotta, Nathan 42.90 1
94 Friend, Russell L. 38.40 1
95 Hendrickson, Daniel S. 30.94 1
96 Bond, William 30.60 1
97 Pickel, Maia 28.56 2
98 Lowery, Gary 14.12 1
99 Preuitt, Jeff 2.88 1

 

 

The Ranking Factor for each competitor is a series of algorithms calculated from these values.

  1. Base score fired: A competitor's fired score for each tournament is used. Shoot a higher score, get a higher ranking. Scores at higher levels will make a greater difference in the ranking than lower scores will. This reflects the difficulty of shooting at that level.

  2. Your score relative to the highest score fired: The closer you shoot to the winner of the match (regardless of actual score), the better your ranking.

  3. Your score relative to the average score for that tournament: Your ranking is affected by how much your score differs from the average score fired in that tournament.

  4. How long ago your score was fired: A recent score will affect your ranking more than an older one. Any score older than two years is not used in the ranking.

  5. Your participation level: The more tournaments you fire in during the past two years, the higher your ranking gets. This means that someone who performs well for only a couple tournaments may be ranked lower than someone who did not shoot as well but comes out and participates every weekend.