Last Thursday in the Adult/Junior league, a more familiar name made some noise, as Aaron Major, home from his freshman year at Wichita St., posted a 298 game. WTG! 🙂
I’m not sure if this is his first honor score, but I believe I’m mentioning him here for the first time: Chuck Kalasinsky had a 300 game last week in the Monday doubles league. Nice bowling! 🙂
As noted in the above Facebook post, Brockton Bowling Association Hall of Famer Ed Roberts teamed with past PBA Tour champion John Gant to win SEMBA’s first of two Century Doubles (sum of ages must be at least 100) titles for the year last Sunday at AMF Cranston Lanes, defeating Jesse Cote & George Tignor, 821-761 (two games) in the final round. Gant also threw SEMBA’s second 300 game in its history in the semifinal round. Kegel Abbey Road was the lane condition.
Found out today that Michael Reed, BKA “Sensae”, had a 299 game Monday night in the summer doubles league. WTG! 🙂
As usual with the Northeast Amateur Tournament, I’ll post the scores from the tournament first; these were both in the same group of the second squad, Zach Thompson first in the second game with a 300, then Chuck Paige’s 298 game following that.
Good bowling guys! 🙂
Jake Tobin bowled his first 800 series this past winter season in the Brunswick Mixed league, and can now add a 300 game to that, bowled tonight in the Adult/Junior league. Ken Gerraughty got the video, which he let me download and share here:
Congrats Jake…I know you’ve been wanting one of those! 🙂
I reserve the right to post other scores from this week later, but I do have at least one tonight: Brian Egan’s 300. Nice bowling! 🙂
I didn’t find out about it until today at the Brockton Bowling Association’s annual meeting, but congratulations to my fellow board member Buddy Wilt, who, last Nov. 28, bowled the first 300 game in the history of Boston Bowl Hanover in the Monday Mixers league. WTG! 🙂
With his Brockton Bowling Association Hall of Fame induction only days away (finally), “$eany Ka$h” added to his resume last night with a 300 game in the Columbia 300 Summer Classic league at Wonder Bowl in New Bedford, in which he was subbing. This was #86 for him, so the count-up to #100 is close to being, if not actually, on.
Nice bowling! 🙂
And a woman’s score to report from last week: Kris Voss had a 278 game last Tuesday in the His & Hers summer league. Nice going! 🙂
On the first week of the Monday Summer Doubles league, Greg Andrews shot 299, 257, 300 for an 856 in the first three of four games, but I need to call special attention to the first game, as Greg’s brother Wayne had his first 300 game in that game, so the team just missed a 600 doubles game with the 599 game.
Nice bowling guys! 🙂
The highest-scoring Coke league in memory was not going to end without a score in the last week, it seemed, and it was Shawn Hagan who provided it, going 279-268-268 for a personal-best 815 set. Way to end on a high note! 🙂
I will have one more post to make about the season in this league, but it’ll have to wait until next week, when I’ll have the content I want.
“TomTom” Hedding threw a 300 second game in the Patriots league tonight, but that may not be the most important thing that happened. He bookended the night with a 226 and a 193 for a 719 series, and with that, ended the season with a 240.60 average for 102 games in the league. It is, in fact, a new Brockton Bowling Association record, as well as the first 240 average in the association, as the old record was held by Nate Abdow, who posted a 238.93 average in the 2009-10 Silver City league at AMF Taunton Lanes (now defunct).
It’s been a while between scores for “$eany Ka$h”, but he ended his honor score drought last night with a 300 in the Westgate Mixed league. I don’t remember if his team won the first half of that league, but it was their position night for the second half last night.
WTG $eany! 🙂
And a woman’s score to report: Tasheka Douglas put up a 279 game last Sunday (Apr. 30) in the Rhythm & Bowling league. Good job! 🙂
Congratulations to Jon Hester, who last night posted a 279-277-268 for an 824 in the Coke league, which teammate Zach Thompson said on Facebook came 21 years after Jon Hester’s last 800 series.
Not to be outdone, Nathan Crouse posted another 300 game last night as well. WTG! 🙂
In a case of a couple more scores reaching me after the standings update, both Rob Young and Mike Mayo had a 290 game last Thursday in the Patriots league. Good going! 🙂
“TomTom” Hedding tonight in the Patriots league had games of 278, 279, and 265 for an 822 set, and it puts him on the verge of making Brockton Bowling Association history, as it makes his average 240.63 for 99 games, which, if he maintains it next week, will be the first 240 average in the association.
I mentioned Jim Simon for a 298 game last week in the Westgate Mixed league, but he also bowls the Patriots league, and had a 300 game in it the other night. His teammate, Eric Derochers, got the video below, which he allowed me to upload to the Facebook page:
WTG Jimmy! 🙂
And there were a couple of scores from last Wednesday night in the Westgate Mixed league, both coming in the form of 11 in a row: Jim Simon’s 298 and Greg Andrews’s 290. Nice bowling, guys! 🙂
I’ve seen him get close to having a game mentioned here a few times since I’ve started following the Coke league, and Nathan Crouse finally broke through last night with a 300 game. I have the last strike on video, below:
WTG Nate! 🙂
I hope to have results from the tournament soon, but, to get the honor scores from today’s Northeast Amateur Tournament handicap doubles event out of the way, Tom Hedding led the way with 278-268-268 for an 814 set. “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel added to the scoring with a 300 game, and Jeff Santos (299), Matt Richard (299), and Stan Lewis (295) also had 11 in a row games.
Good work guys! 🙂
Got word on Facebook that Clayton E. Hill, a member of Eileen On Me in my Wednesday league, put up a 290 game today in the doubles event of the state tournament in Gardner. WTG! 🙂
“TomTom” Hedding had a big night tonight, posting a 300-280-257 effort for an 837 series. The night is potentially historic: It now puts his average at 239.82, over Nate Abdow’s association record 238, set at AMF Taunton Lanes in the 2009-10 season, with three weeks remaining. WTG! 🙂
Per the updated standings, newly-elected association Hall of Famer Harry Thibeault had a 299 game last week in the Patriots league. Nice job! 🙂
The only notable score from last night in the Coke league was a 297 by Felix Chan, who I recently posted about for a 300 game in the Bay State Open. Nice going! 🙂
And I did catch a score tonight in the Rhythm & Bowling league, that being James Lawson’s 298. WTG! 🙂
This won’t be mentioned on the association’s Facebook page because it was in a pre-bowl, but Paris Cook posted that he bowled 236-290-279 for an 805 for the TNBA league this past week. Nice going! 🙂
Along with Nick Grossi’s 300 game Thursday night, Jim Ferguson let me know he had a 298 game himself in the Patriots league. Nice bowling! 🙂
You almost expect Sean Richard to get his 300 game when he has a chance, but he showed me a near-miss of his tonight in the Twilight league at Wonder Bowl in New Bedford on Facebook. Good bowling, anyway. 🙂