Men’s League Weekly Highlights

If you would like more information on the site, please let me or Hilary know so we can work to expand it. Bowlers are needed so if you know of anyone who may
be interested in joining a team, please let Jim Mastin know by calling 659-2329.

December 3, 2018

 

Hi guys.

We now are within 2 weeks of the half way point and standings are changing constantly. Remember, after week 15, we will begin fresh and your first half standings will place you towards the roll-off placement. Then, your second half standings will allow me to seat you for the finals. Your highest seed, for both halves, will be where you land in the roll-off match. If you are having a bad first half, don’t worry, because you can turn it around in the second half.

 

Standings after week 13 are: Kent & Pelczar 71-33 in first, KJs Ballbusters 66-38 in second, Goodrich in third at 58-46, Nasty North in fourth at 56-48 and Sparechange in fifth place at 51-53. Matches for the evening were: Sparechange over Royalty Automotive 5-3, Nasty North over Screwballs 8-0, Goodrich over KJs Ballbusters 6-2, Storace Construction over Kent & Pelczar 5-3 and Auto Excellence over The Legion 6-2.

 

High bowler for the evening was Jim Mastin with a 359 series followed by, Tim McDonald’s 348 series, Jason Baker’s 335 series and Howie Cilley’s 334 series. High game was also bowled by Jim Mastin with a 136 game with Howie Cilley’s 132 game and Tim McDonald’s 124 and 121 games.

 

The triple strike pool has climbed to $1896 as no one was able to hit the triple. Tim McDonald had a double strike but wasn’t able to hit the third one. The perfect game pool is $425 and climbing. The 50/50 drawing continues to be well supported and we are near last years totals.

 

Remember, on the 17th, we will be having the Christmas drawing so bring extra money as you will have multiply chances to win as there will be up to 4 winners.
Be safe and see you all next week.
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