Finishing second was Greg Martin who had been nearly 50 points out of first but closed the gap within eight points with three stage wins in the latter part of the match. Martin posted a final score of 1440.2468 points.
"Jeremy shot an solid match and led the field from start to finish to take the 2011 Area 4 Single Stack title," said Phil Strader, the USPSA Area 4 director.
Rounding out the top five were Mike Mansilla of Victoria, Texas in third with two stage wins and 1292.6376 points, Steven Cline in fourth with 1255.4567 points and Jeremy Newell in fifth with 1237.4440 points.
Elsewhere within the division, Joe Lopez finished as the top senior shooter with a score of 927.4451, while Lucien Larche, the only junior in the division, finished with 679.0607.
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