All scores are claimed scores unless otherwise noted.January: ARRL RTTY Round Up (Final Score)•QSO’s: 808•Mult’s: 89•Score: 71,912•Op Time: 16 HrsComment: More Q’s and more mults than last year to produce my all-time high score in this contest. The top SOLP entry from Indiana for the 5th straight year.January: NAQP CW•QSO’s: 0•Mult’s: 0•Score: •Op Time: 0 HrsComment: The NAQP CW is my favorite CW contest and I typically make a major effort in the January event. However, this year, it fell on the same weekend as the ARRL RTTY Roundup and I had to chose. There is always next year.March: WIQP (Final Score)•QSO’s: 161•Mult’s: 50•Score: 17,850 with the 1.5 low power multiplier•Op Time: 4.5 HrsComment: An improvement over last year’s score which took first place among Indiana stations.May: Indiana QSO Party (Final Score)•QSO’s: 437•Mult’s: 131•Score: 94,320•Op Time: 11 HrsComment: Second place for single op, low power. More QSO’s and a higher score than last year but WT9U had a great day. The log was also submitted for the 7QP and NEQP.May: 7th Call Area QSO Party (Final Score)•QSO’s: 92•Mult’s: 54•Score: 13,068•Op Time: 11 HrsComment: Run concurrently with the INQP. This effort was good for first place for low power Indiana stations (fourth year in a row, even came with a plaque this year!).May: New England QSO Party (Final Score)•QSO’s: 122•Mult’s: 39•Score: 8,307•Op Time: 11.5 HrsComment: First place for Indiana low power stations!June: Field Day, Op at W9LDX (Final Score)•QSO’s: 1,584•Score: 6,066Comment: This score was good enough for 5th place in the nation in 2011 and first place in Indiana for 1A stations..July: RAC Canada Day (Final Score)•QSO’s: 37•Mult’s: 7•Score: 1,806Comment: A considerably smaller effort than last year, but still took first place world for 40M.October: ILQP (Final Score)•QSO’s: 193•Mult’s: 78•Score: 21,483Comment: This score was good for 1st place Indiana and 7th in the country.November: SS CW (Final Score)•QSO’s: 635•Mult’s: 78•Score: 99,060Comment: The 3rd year in a row to break the 100K raw score barrier. I had tentatively decided to sit this one out. But, 2011 saw a rule change to create both a low power and high power class in Unlimited. This change gave me the chance to move from being an also ran to a serious competitor, and I won the Indiana certificate. Woo Hoo!November: SS Phone (Final Score)•QSO’s: 136•Mult’s: 74•Score: 20,128Comment: Just horsing around. But, still good enough for first place, Indiana, low power unlimited.ARRL 160 (Final Score)•QSO’s: 208•Mult’s: 46•Score: 19,044Comment: What’s the point of having an antenna that tunes on 160 unless you use it from time to time? This was a QRP entry and ended up taking First Place for the Indiana section.