2007 Ohio QSO Party Results

The 2007 Ohio QSO Party continued the OQP tradition of challenging conditions. Only a few days before heavy rain and flooding had hit many parts of the state, most notably in the Findlay area. By the weekend the waters had largely receded, but more storms on Saturday generated very high QRN levels as the OQP progressed, and in some cases resulted in the ops pulling the plug early to avoid the storms. And of course we all are still waiting for some sunspots!

Once again in state propagation on 40 meters (and above) was difficult to impossible, other than for a short period around sunset. 80/75 meters filled the hole to some extent, but those thunderstorms later in the day made that band difficult as well.

Nevertheless 180 logs were submitted for the 2007 OQP – 80 from Ohio and 100 from outside the state. 19209 QSOs were reported, breaking down as follows:

BAND   PHONE      CW

80      3313    3763                                    
40      3340    5709                                    
20      1265    1639             
15        15      16           
10        36      13              
Total   8069   11140

The top Ohio single operator was once again Pat Collins, N8VW, who operated in the high power category from K5ZG's QTH in Allen county. In the most popular category, single operator low power, Fred Helwig, K8FH, in Lorain county won the plaque, followed by K8NVR from Medina county. These two led the Medina 2M Group to a very narrow victory in the Ohio club competition, a first for that group. They edged out the Delaware Amateur Radio Association by less than a thousand points.

There were no surprises in the Ohio QRP and rover categories. Dan Shepherd, N8IE, added another OQP QRP plaque to his wall. Ralph Matheny, K8RYU, again covered the southeast part of the state with a Rover operation, and this year gets a newly sponsored plaque honoring his win in that category.

The Ohio mobile category featured groups from many surrounding states. Ohio homeboys K8MR and W8DRZ again drove around eastern Ohio, their minivan holding together long enough to rack up the winning mobile score. The following mobile spots were filled by ops from Indiana (KJ9C), Wisconsin (W9MSE), Michigan (W8UE), Ohio (W8CAR), Michigan (K8CC), Pennsylvania (W3AG), and Ohio (W8MRG).

Murphy was out on the highways this year. The K8MR minivan encountered ignition problem in the late afternoon, shortening their trip and canceling a number of planned counties south and west of Columbus. Three hours into the contest the K8CC Jeep took too much RF to its transmission, forcing a retreat to home, and the loss of scheduled activity in a number of western Ohio counties.

We greatly appreciate those who come to Ohio to operate the OQP. We hope that the ever increasing price of gasoline will not scare you away in future years.

W8VND, the Queen City Emergency Net's club station, won the multioperator category, with a close win over K8DV from Clermont county.

Kitty Hevener, WB8TDA, continued her dominance of the YL category, again taking the plaque for the top YL score.

The plaque for top SSB score goes to Joe Papworth, K8MP. Although Joe operated more CW than SSB, he had the biggest phone total, not including the effort of N8VW who won the SOHP plaque.

The out of state winners were all seasoned OQP veterans. Paul Newberry, N4PN, was the overall winner and high power category winner. Jim Callow, K8IR, took the low power category from Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and Jerry Fiore, N4JF, again won the QRP division from Alabama. This year the OQP added a plaque for the top score from the Mountain or Pacific time zones, which was won by John Desloge, N6MU.

Andres Gille, DL3GA, repeated his 2006 effort by winning the 2007 plaque for the top DX entry.

And finally, the Southeast Contest Club was the top out of state club, not a surprising result for a club that had both the High Power and QRP out of state winners.

The 2008 Ohio QSO Party will be held on Saturday, August 23. Note that this is not the last Saturday of August. (That would be the Saturday of Labor Day weekend.) So get that date on your calendar, and start promoting the OQP among your friends and local radio clubs. Will this be the year you get out for an expedition to one of Ohio's rare remote counties?

See you in August!

2007 OQP Plaque Winners

Ohio

CategoryWinnerSponsor
Single Operator High PowerPat Collins, N8VWFindlay Radio Club
Single Operator Low PowerFred Helwig, K8FHCincinnati Buckeye Netters
Single Operator QRPDan Shepherd, N8IEKanga US
MultioperatorW8VNDWayne Amateur Radio Club
MobileJim Stahl, K8MR Lake County Amateur Radio Assn.
RoverRalph Matheny, K8RYUJoe Matt, W3AG
YLKitty Hevener, WB8TDABuckeye Belles
Single Operator PhoneJoe Papworth, K8MPMuskingum Ham Radio Club
ClubMedina 2 Meter GroupMad River Radio Club

Out of State

CategoryWinnerSponsor
Single OperatorPaul Newberry, N4PNMuskingum Ham Radio Club
Single Operator, Mountain/Pacific Time ZonesJohn Desloge, N6MUCanton Amateur Radio Club
Single Operator, QRPJerry Fiore, N4JFOhio Independent Contesters
DXAndres Gille, DL3GANorthern Ohio DX Association

2007 Soapbox

AA8HH -  Had a blast this year. Worked my own station from home for about half the contest. This was the first time that I've "contested" from home in about 15 years. Also visited the K8DV site where Chuck K8CR experted steamed some shrimp and kept the group fed. Conditions were not very good, but we all enjoyed the QSO Party anyway! DL3GA -  Worse condx than last year, and a severe thunderstorm noise floor. But it was fun ! See you in 2008, I hope to work you in one of the last four counties (in mid-western OH) for 'full house' :-) K0GSV -  Great contest despite bad conditions K0LWV -  Thanks for the nice contest. I really appreciate the contest forms on yu site, lots of Ohio stations, the static was hard on the ears. K1OQ -  Ohio people are a bunch of super operators! Great fun! K3TW -  "Special thanks to the mobile stations for activating some rare counties." K3ZT -  Fun Party - Lots of Ohio Stations on 40 & 75 Meters! One Dupe (K9TM - #52 & #67) 2nd Contact Not Counted in Score! K4JSI -  Only a very small entry, but I like to support the state QSO parties. My dad family lived around Lima. K4OD -  Not much time to operate - had to watch the kids play in the Little League World Series. K8CC -  Condx not real good, only one in-state QSO. We were having fun doing OK until RF got into the Jeep transfer case system, crippling our vehicle and forced us to abort after 3.5 hours. K8DV -  As all know this year was not the best in terms of conditions but still had a great time. Spent more time visiting in the shack and over dinner than time spent on the air. Spent about 5 to 6 hours total time on the air with more time doing what all hams love to do talk and eat. The station worked as planned and our planning and prework paid off. See you in 2008. 73 de Dave K8DV K8IJ -  Great fun! Many thanks to all. Vy 73, Charlie K8IR -  No short skip on 20 this year. 40 went long before 80 opened here. The QRN on 80 not too bad on this end, much better than on the Ohio end, I'm sure. Thanks to all the mobiles and rovers who had to put up with the extra weather-related issues this year. K8MR -  Our trip around Ohio was cut short when the van became sick in southern Fairfield county. Fortunately we made it home with no real problems, but we're sorry we missed a bunch of planned counties south and west of Columbus. K8VFR -  40 Mtr very bad!! 80 mtr MUCH better. As always, fun! K8WDN -  Great QSO Party despite the storms and QRN. I was on 40 and 20 from about noon to 4pm then went to 80m for the remainder of the contest. I only worked about 3 of the mobile/rovers this year which is unusual for me. K9JIG -  Terrible conditions here in NE Wis. KB1LCS -  CATEGORY: OHIO SINGLE OPERATOR PHONE KB9YGD -  tnx all fer the wonderfull time es 73 de kb9ygd KE7JIP -  Ths is the second contest I have participated in and I had a great time! Thank you! KJ9C -  Just 9 hours - the old back won't take much more than that. Twelve counties, just under 500 miles for the day. But at least the southwest counties all got on. KN4Y -  Storms in the area, but did get on for awhile. Glad to hear CW stations. KV8Q -  Poor conditions here. 40 was long most of the time except right around sundown. Got chased out of the shack for a half an hour with a tornado warning around 5:00pm. 80 was wall-to-wall QRN. Found K8AJS on 15 and 10 but that was about it - noone else read the memo I guess. Like the sunspots, my score can only get better next year. See ya'll then. Thanks for the QSO. N4JF -  TX TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED. MOBILES WERE EVERYWHERE ALL DAY LONG. CONGRATS GUYS. HAD TO SHUT DOWN A COUPLE OF TIMES DUE TO HVY THUNDESTORMS CLOSE BY. NICE MEETING OLD FRIENDS AND MAKING NEW ONES. TX FOR PULLING MY QRP SIGNAL OUT OF THE QRN. 73s JERRY N4PN -  TKS MRCC FOR ANOTHER FUN DAY. CONDX NOT GOOD BUT MOBILES MADE IT GREAT, LED BY K8RYU, W8UE, W9MSE, AD8J, K8MR, W8ZFR, W8CAR, W8MRG, KJ9C AND W3AG. MULTS/Q'S DOWN FROM LAST YEAR DUE TO CONDX. N7EIE -  This was my first OQP, and enjoyed very much. Many of the OH stations were BOOMING in here to WA on 20 meters. CU next year! N8B -  Strange conditions, decided to "hang it up" after the 2nd thunderstorm and threats of more, so only operated somewhat less than 5 hours. N8II -  Another edition of the OQP is history, or as I affectionately call it the CuQP, Cursed QSO Party. 40 was in and out at best to eastern OH and worse by 19Z. I also had RF feedback problems which I may solved now. The number of stations on 40 phone seemed way down from last understandably so. By 19Z, the QRN level was coming up and by 20Z, I was certain without looking that a storm was nearby. By 2015Z it was gusting wind and pouring rain follwed a few minutes later by hail; it was our most severe storm of the season. To top off the floods, OH was dealing with storms all over the place and tornadoes to boot. No wonder activity seemed way down at times, especially casusal phone ops. The storm had basically passed by 2115, but the QRN level was impossible and 20 which was worthless anyway was still plagued by an unstable atomosphere with precip static on the yagi. To top that off it was becoming nearly impossible to work OH on any band with the skip zone on 40 too long and basically no one yet on 75/80M. I was off 3 hours until about 2310Z when I found some 80M CW activity; 40 was shot. The static level on 75M stayed horrendous steady 15-20 over S9 the whole evening and my best 75M runs were around 23-24Z. By 01Z there was hardly anyone left on 75. Luckily, some sporadic E allowed 40 to open again with better condx than mid-day, but QRM from an RTTY contest kept away all but the serious competitors. Many thanks to the mobiles who braved the storms and floods, sorry condx didn't allow for more QSO. Next year can only get better. N8MWK -  Many thunderstorms. Limited operation from only one gell cel and a 80/40 dipole and FT-857D. But running only 10 w pep on SSB making 68 qsos from a remote portable in Morgan County was realy great even though it was rough. Running QRP wasn't the plan but it worked out OK. N8QE -  Poor band conditions all around for QRP operation. NE4M -  Had a great time. Worked a lot of new counties. NO5W -  When the OQP started out it sounded like 20M was going to be good into South Texas but about 2 hours into the contest the mobile stations dropped almost to the noise level making copy very tough. Later on after dinner I thought that 40M might be better so I tried again but with no joy due to wall-to-wall RTTY. So I struggled to make a few Qs on 40M while answering some emails and packed it in around 0300Z. As always it was fun tracking the mobiles around, even in the poor conditions. Thanks to the following mobiles who braved the weather to hand out QSOs in multiple counties as indicated: K8MR(6), K8RYU(4), KJ9C/M(2), W8CAR(2), W8UE(2) Hope to work everyone from NO5W/M in the Texas QSO Party September 29-30. 73/Chuck/NO5W NW7MT -  Hope to have more time to operate with club call. Thanks! PA3ARM -  A late start (20.00Z) es continous fight against sleep es tireness (eyes closing VA3RKM -  K2, 5W, vertical.Tnx for the contacts! VE5BCS -  Tnx for the fine contest. The bands are improving. CU next year. VE7NH -  ABSOLUTELY HORRID CONDX UP HR. STILL PLENTY POWER LINE NOISE. RTTY CONTESTERS ON 40 RUINED THAT FOR ME. HOPE BETTER NEXT YEAR... W0PQ -  K1 (5 WATTS) G5RV, 20M DEAD, 40M OK, COURTEOUS OPS W1END -  Thanks to all for all the activity. See you next year. W2LHL -  Proud to see the mobiles out in such rotten weather. Over here QRN was unbelievable W2PTT -  Just got my new Vanity Call W2PTT. Justa partial effort from N6AA Dick QTH. W3AG -  A lot of fun for our trip across the Ohio Turnpike traveling between Pittsburgh an South Bend. My designated drivers: wife Rhonda and daughter Nicole. The TS-440 and 40M HamStick played well. Didn't have time to work from Indiana as originally planned. Several stations worked multiple times for a nice assortment of multipliers. W3BBO -  Another great outing...then the rains came! W3USA -  A last hour effort after the K8MR/M mobile effort ended prematurely. Quite a difference between mobile and a kw from home! W4NTI -  Not much propagation this year, nothing heard above 40 meters. W4RK -  Enjoyed brief QRP effort with a borrowed Elecraft K-1. W7GVE -  I was picturing the mobile going through torrent of rain! Noise level was bad out here in AZ.Still an enjoyable party! W8EK -  I am almost ashamed to turn this in, but I did work every station heard. Band condx were really lousy! W8WTS -  The weather has absolutely horrible. I spent three hours trying to put up an antenna during a driving rain. Every time that I tried to operate, I was bombarded with static crashes. Every time that I went outside to change antennas, it poured. All of my operating was done while soaking wet. I rarely say this about a contest, but this one was not worth the pain. WA4VAP -  For me the band conditions were horrible. WA8YVF -  Dispite the QRN I had fun. WO3X -  I MADE MANY MORE CONTACTS THAN I HAD ANTICIPATED. YL3DX -  IC-746PRO 100W, vertical R7000+.

2007 Ohio Scores

High Power

CALLCW QSOCW MULTPH QSOPH MULTTOTAL QSOsTOTAL MULTsSCORECOUNTYCLUB
N8VW2126456487776151149188ALLE
K8MP2557133982594153129897DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
K8AJS2977818776484154120274WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
AE8M183591434232610151409HAMI
AA8HH17262794325110544415CLERForty Over Club
K8BSW00299782997823322FRANDelaware Amateur Radio Association
NR8I975061381588822440MARI
W8WTS984650291487518450GEAU
W8JK974540331377818252FRANJohn D. Kraus Memorial ARC
AC8E1411125551396610098MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
W3USA3827543792648320CUYANorthern Ohio DX Association
NA8W00493449341666HANC
WO3X0019161916304SUMM
KB1LCS00525210LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association

Low Power

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORECOUNTYCLUB
K8FH207722026840914086240LORAMedina 2 Meter Group
K8NVR225631516237612575125MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
WB8JUI204661015630512262098SENE
W8TM19171654125611250064HAMI
KV8Q31074003107445880FRAN
K8BL132491515428310342745LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
N8OT122601075722911741067BUTLJohn D. Kraus Memorial ARC
WB8CEH1606054392149937026GREEXWARN
WT8C17153018631810133835LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
K8ES22170002217030940DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
W8CAR2294719142486129097OTTANorth Coast Contesters
N8VV1595539221987727489COSHCoshocton Co. A.R.A.
W8IDM18057001805720520OTTAWest Park Radiops
K8WDN1366213101497220520MADIMad River Radio Club
K8IJ19352001935220072CLER
KD8AJK00223812238118063HURO
N8BY00209822098217138CUYALake County Amateur Radio Association
W8BD3020144641748417136WILLMaumee Valley Contest Club
N8BC924524201166513520LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
KQ8RP0014262142628804FRAN
N8GB0012557125577125LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
W3BBO82400082406560ASHT
KE8E2522553880606300TRUM
W8DD2921503479555940MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
KA8CNI2319583381525408MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
AF8C73360073365256CUYAWest Part Radio-ops
WA8YVF0011043110434730CUYA
WB8TDA53347460384294HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
KR5N2620282154413280WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
NR8U00704670463220LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
W8WTD00744274423108HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
NS8O1915302249372516MEIGAthens County Amateur Radio Association
N8IW2719171344322272WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
KI8U22523254341904LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
K8CR00622962291798BUTLForty Over Club
K8EHB00483348331584DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
KC8YKQ0032243224768VANWVan Wert Amateur Radio Club
N0RZT0030213021630GREEXWARN
N8IJG0023182318414LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
KC8YFP0017141714238GUER
KD8CDC0017131713221CUYA
KC8UR75651310200KNOX
KB8UGD0014131413182WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
KD8DXW0031313HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
WA8MWA1100112FRAN

QRP

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORECOUNTYCLUB
N8IE14265924723411242112MONT
KC8QAE00904290423780MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
N8MWK00654165412665MORGCambridge Amateur Radio Club
K8WFL00613261321952LAKE
N8QE1111226SUMMPortage County Amateur Radio Service

Mobile

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORECOUNTYCLUB
K8MR450528331533838158923Northern Ohio DX Association
KJ9C329494122370714962912Society of Midwest Contesters
W9MSE4494600449464130829
W8UE275533114306673892717
W8CAR229471914248612909711North Coast Contesters
K8CC15828351819346161467Mad River Radio Club
W3AG102326610838798012Mad River Radio Club
W8MRG001571571059Queen City Emergency Net

Rover

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORECOUNTYCLUB
K8RYU4356493435281071030419Marietta Amateur Radio Club
AD8J30660663837298664448Mad River Radio Club

Multi-Op

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORECOUNTYCLUB
W8VND199641175831612262830HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
K8DV183541586234111660784CLERForty Over Club
KD8CKP114421996631310846116PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
N8B593554381137312556HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
W8HH0022202220440WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club

Operators

CallOperators
K8MRK8MR, W8DRZ
K8CCK8CC, KK8I
K8RYUK8RYU, KD8CWV
W8VNDN8TFD, KA8HXR
K8DVKZ4G, AA8P, AA8HH, K8CR, K8DV, W4ZKE
KC8CKPW8KNO, WD8DAU, WB9LBI
N8BWA8FOZ KA8HXR KC8KKC KA8LAY W9OBQ N8PES K8QOE N8XX
W8HHKB8UGD N8PJ

2007 Out of State Scores

High Power

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORESTATECLUB
N4PN147681575730412556375GASouth East Contest Club
W8MJ1125189412019228796MIMad River Radio Club
N8II925269351618722011WVPotomac Valley Radio Club
WT9U543898461528417304INSociety of Midwest Contesters
KU8E523762361147312118GASouth East Contest Club
DL3GA53380053384028DX
K8MAD322416948332640MIMad River Radio Club
K8JQ29229838302010WV
W9OA35220035221540ILNorthern Illinois DX Association
DL6KVA28240028241344DL
K9JIG0038223822836WINortheast Wisconsin DX Association
W2PTT2218002218792CASouthern California Contest Club
VA3XH0034223422748ON
K7QQ1815001815540WAWestern Washington DX Club
UT5UIA1212001212288DXKiev Contest Group
K4RO980098144TNTennessee Contest Group

Low Power

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORESTATECLUB
K1OQ794330191096211656CTEastern Connecticut Amateur Radio Assn.
W1END49410049414018NHYankee Clipper Contest Club
W1CRK0015121512180MAFalmouth ARA
W1SRB0022224MA
W2LHL1226031221538222550NJ
WB2ABD75486681548424NYWestern New York DX Association
W2CVW68492270517038NJ
KD2MX67470067476298NJ
N2CQ58410058414756NJFrankford Radio Club
K1TN30270030271620NJ
N2CU29250029251450NYWestern New York Contest Club
N2ZN1414331717527NYRochester (NY) DX Assn
N3IUC6643211687599027MD
KB3LIX00513451341734PAWashington Amateur Communications
K3ZT00433243321376PA
NA4K895051271407717633TNTennessee Contest Group
K4AMC845336211207415096TNTennessee Contest Group
NY4N854619141046011340TNTennessee Contest Group
NE4M70419779487152AL
W4NZ73440073446424TNTennessee Contest Group
N4GVA69380069385244FL
K4OD35287642342618GASouth East Contest Club
KN4Y39280039282184FLFlorida Contest Group
W4NTI292010839281904ALAlabama Contest Group
W8EK0024192419456FLFlorida Contest Group
K4TRH5512111716352TN
KR4RO0012101210120NC
WA4VAP851196102KY
WA4JA00555525TNTennessee Contest Group
AG1H0033339KY
K5YAA1205930221508121870OKOklahoma DX Association
W5MPC6237322194589048MS
NO5W45290045292610TXCentral Texas DX and Contest Club
N5YE3219141146302340LA
K5AEM34263337292059TXWilliamson County ARC
WA5ZUP0012111211132NM
KD5UBC0033339MS
N6MU795234251137714784CA
W7GVE48340048343264AZ
N7EIE35260035261820WA
W7KAM0017151715255AZ
K7RFW0010101010100UT
KE7JIP00777749NV
NW7MT00444416MTNorthern Wireless of MT RC
K8IR14164924123310539270MI
K8GT4933211570485712MISouth East Michigan DX Association
W8WVU60410060414920MI
N8SS2619272053393081MI
KS8O2721211548362700MIMenominee River Radio Club
K8KHZ1010422852382356MISouth East Michigan DX Association
K8RDJ2720131140312077MIMotor City Radio Club
N8WAV00512551251275MICopper Country Radio Amateur Association
K8E76262033261040MIMotor City Radio Club
K8VFR2114002114588MI
NO8R0023212321483MI
W9LHG76470076477144WI
N9FC45326651383648INSociety of Midwest Contesters
W9RE40290040292320INSociety of Midwest Contesters
W9QL00552955291595ILSociety of Midwest Contesters
KS9WI1414241638301560WIGreen Bay Mic & Key Club
N9JF31210031211302IL
KB9YGD4414111815330IN
N9HDE946123161177716247IA
K0GSV67434471476486MO
K0LWV3225101042352590MO
VE3NBJ1045747281518521675ONContest Club Ontario
VE7NH2318002318828BC
VE2HAY0033183318594QC
VE5BCS0027182718486SK
VA3IX0017141714238ON
OK2EC25220025221100DX
PA3ARM10900109180DX
SM6Z990099162DX
YL3DX1100112DXLatvian Contest Club

QRP

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORESTATECLUB
N4JF1216153301749126845ALAlabama Contest Group
WA4PGM845330211147414652VA
K3TW5437272181587830MDPotomac Valley Radio Club
W1KLM00923892383496NH Tennessee Contest Group
W5JBV2418002418864FL
N0UR1916442320840MN
VA3RKM1613001613416ONContest Club Ontario
W4RK1513001513390MOTennessee Contest Group
W0PQ12900129216NE
K4JSI76007684MD

Multi-Op

CALLCW OSOSCW MULTSPH QSOSPH MULTSTOTAL QSOSTOTAL MULTSSCORESTATECLUB
W0BH61344025101599558KS

Operators

CallOperators
W0BHW0BH, N3YWC

2007 Club Results

Ohio

Ohio ClubScoreEntries
Medina 2 Meter Group1865916
Delaware Amateur Radio Association1857434
Wayne Amateur Radio Club 1225462
Lake County Amateur Radio Association1166918
Forty Over Club1069973
Marietta Amateur Radio Club 1069434
Northern Ohio DX Association899092
Queen City Emergency Net828966
John D. Kraus Memorial ARC593192
Society of Midwest Contesters496291
Portage County Amateur Radio Service 461222
XWARN376562
North Coast Contesters290971
Coshocton Co. A.R.A.274891
West Park Radiops 257762
Maumee Valley Contest Club171361
Central Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice32201
Cambridge Amateur Radio Club 26651
Athens County Amateur Radio Association25161
Van Wert Amateur Radio Club7681
XWARN 6301

Out of State

Out of State ClubsScoreEntries
South East Contest Club698403
Tennessee Contest Group545588
Potomac Valley Radio Club295022
Alabama Contest Group287492
Society of Midwest Contesters239064
Oklahoma DX Association218701
Contest Club Ontario 216751
Eastern Connecticut Amateur Radio Assn.116561
Western New York DX Association84241
South East Michigan DX Association78722
Frankford Radio Club47561
Yankee Clipper Contest Club40181
Menominee River Radio Club27001
Florida Contest Group26402
Central Texas DX and Contest Club26101
Motor City Radio Club 20771
Williamson County ARC20591
Washington Amateur Communications16501
Green Bay Mic & Key Club15601
Northern Illinois DX Association15401
Western New York Contest Club14501
Copper Country Radio Amateur Association12751
Motor City Radio Club 9751
Northeast Wisconsin DX Association8361
Southern California Contest Club7921
Western Washington DX Club5401
Rochester (NY) DX Assn 5271
Contest Club Ontario4161
Kiev Contest Group 2881
Falmouth ARA 1801
Northern Wireless of MT RC 161
Latvian Contest Club (LCC)21

Statistics

QSOs per county

CountyQSOsCounty QSOs
HAMI605ASHT47
LAKE516HANC47
WAYN466GALL44
MEDI446JEFF43
DELA425BELM43
CLER407ERIE41
LORA374HOCK39
FRAN364ROSS39
BUTL326FAYE35
CUYA322HIGH35
LICK252NOBL33
GEAU220PREB33
SENE214HOLM32
ALLE200CARR32
WARR194GUER32
ATHE178PICK32
GREE170FULT32
MONT164RICH31
LUCA159ADAM31
PORT158PERR27
VANW149SHEL26
SUMM135PAUL23
HARR126CLIN23
COSH125MORR22
HURO118MONR22
MADI110DARK22
WILL107SAND21
STAR107DEFI20
MARI106FAIR19
OTTA106WYAN14
WASH87PUTN14
MEIG86MERC10
BROW86UNIO9
HENR85MAHO9
MUSK84KNOX9
MORG77MIAM9
VINT69CRAW8
TUSC67LOGA7
TRUM64WOOD5
SCIO62CHAM5
LAWR61COLU5
ASHL57CLAR4
JACK48HARD2
PIKE47AUGL1

QSOs per State Province

QTHQSOSQTHQSOS
MI1105IA124
TN554MS111
IL515KS102
WI498NH94
GA468NM76
PA426AR75
NJ385DE49
IN364OR47
CA350UT39
NY365BC39
AL331NV34
TX313KY27
DX294QC24
ON283NE26
VA276SK21
MO267VT19
FL269MT19
MN263ID17
OK240HI16
WA219AK13
SC202ND11
WV189ME8
MD193AB8
MA181MB5
CT153NB5
AZ144WY4
CO136SD3
LA131RI2
NC133NS1