Men’s League Weekly Highlights

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be interested in joining a team, please let Jim Mastin know by calling 659-2329.

March 12, 2018

Hi guys. We have finished 25 weeks of a 30 week season and Lemieux Insurance continues to lead the league with a record of 287-213 followed by Nasty North in second at 280-220. Auto Excellence is in third place with a record of 260-240 followed by Storace Construction in fourth at 259-241 and Jeremy’s Pizza in fifth place at 257-243.

Matches for the evening were: Spare change over Jeremy’s Pizza 12-8, Nasty North and Lemieux Insurance tied 10-10, Kent & Pelczar over Storace Construction 13-7, Legion and Auto Excellence tied 10-10 and Goodrich over Screwballs 15-5.

For the evening, there were 34 games over the 100 mark and 8 series topping the 300 mark. High bowler for the evening was Steve Poulin with a series of 359 followed by Dave Caiani with a 340 series. Those bowlers also topping the 320 mark were: Jason baker with a 321 series and Don Micucci with a 320 series. High game was also bowled by Steve with 137 and 123 games with Dave Caiani’s 120 game the only other game topping the 120 mark.

No one hit the triple strike or perfect game and the totals are now, triple strike pool, $1505 and perfect game pool, $246. The 50/50 drawing league total is now $1495 which is $28 over last years total. Keep up the great support.

Be safe and see you all next week.

P.S. Even the best bowlers bowl like the rest of us. Dave Poulin bowled a 2 box in the last game!!!!!! Makes my 3 and 4 boxes look not so bad!



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