Clark earns second win since ’08, comes from loss side to win Garden State Pool Tour stop


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As far as we know, until this past weekend (Nov. 11-12), Tim Clark had not earned a cash payout from any pool tournament since 2008. He certainly returned to the tables with a significant flourish, coming from the loss side to avenge the loss and double-dip the defending champion of the Garden State Pool Tour’s Amateur 9-Ball Championships, Hunter Sullivan. The $600-added event drew 58 entrants to Rockaway Billiards in Rockaway, NJ. Clark and Sullivan both emerged from the event’s upper (A-B) bracket and met for the first time in the (overall) winners’ side quarterfinals. Sullivan took the first (and last) of their three matches 7-5 and advanced to play Kevin Scalzitti in one of the winners’ side semifinals. Sabrina Sherman and Ben Zimmerman squared off in the other one.

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