Association Hall of Famer Jim Ferguson posted on his Facebook that he had another 300 last night in the Patriots league, his third of the season. WTG! 🙂
Mentioning Hal Brown for the first time, who had a 298 game in the Patriots league last week. Hal bowls the league with his father and grandfather, Herb Brown Jr. & Sr., and the three of them also bowl in the Monday Night Mixed league in Kingston.
I’m able to mention Kris Voss today, because she had a 278 game last week in the Thursday doubles league. Fact about Kris Voss: She is the first woman to bowl a 300 in certified competition at Westgate (Sue Sutter had the first, but that was in the unsanctioned Sunday PM Couples league before she joined my Sunday league.).
Nice bowling! 🙂
While I was wrapping up my 248, Joe Chamrin, in the other league, was busy putting the finishing touches on his first 300 game. Nice bowling! 🙂
A couple of honor scores from yesterday’s city tournament to pass along, both in singles: Pat Carrara, with 290-290-241 for an 821, and Jayme Silva, with 267-258-279 for an 804. Nice bowling! 🙂
Update: Forgot I wanted to note this, too: Dave Chalifoux converted the 7-10 split during his team event yesterday, as well. 🙂
There were a couple of honor games today on Day 1 of the Brockton city tournament, Kevin Thibeault’s 298 in doubles, and Peter Cappola’ 300 game in singles, the video of which I present below:
Good bowling, guys! 🙂
Update: Rob Young told me that, in singles, he had the back 11 after leaving the 8-10 for a 279. Good recovery! 🙂
Notable last week in the Patriots league: Jake Tobin, a member of my Wednesday night league, posted a 299 first game. Nice bowling! 🙂
Per the above post, “$eany Ka$h” posted 286-279-257 for an 822 set in the first three of four qualifying games of the Digibowl Tournament Series event today at Lang’s in Cranston, RI. Good work! 🙂
UPDATE: Seany later posted that Pepsi league bowler Bob Dimuccio (Jr.) had a 299 game in the tournament. Nice going! 🙂
Dave Kullas is certainly making the most of the last days in Hyannis as, fresh off an 855 last week, he put up 232-300-269 for an 801 last night in the Dave Smith Memorial Classic. Alexander Rebelle posted this video of Dave’s 300 game, which was shareable on Facebook:
Great bowling! 🙂
I’ve noted two nice games last week in the updated Rhythm & Bowling standings on LeagueSecretary.com (dated a week behind), Tim Major’s 300 and a 298 by Rene Thompson. Nice bowling guys! 🙂
This name is new to the blog: Timmy Moss had a 290 game last week in the TNBA league. WTG! 🙂
Shout out to Clay Hill, a former member of my Wednesday league, who shot 300 last week in the Patriots league. His father, also a former member of my league, is also Clay Hill, so that’s why I had to distinguish between them in the subject of this post.
Dan Esdale originally planned to take this entire season off, but rejoined the Westgate Mixed league about halfway through the season, and had a 300 tonight, his first big number in over a year. Congrats! 🙂
Not quite back to Pepsi league yet, but two bowlers had nights of note last night, as Nathan Crouse posted 277-256-300 for an 833, and Qwadaris Rembert 235-300-277 for an 812. Some notes to come, but a couple of videos, first, starting with one Brian Gaskill provided of Nathan’s 300:
And a video Qwadaris posted on his Facebook:
And the notes:
- Nathan’s 833 beat Jon Hester’s 824 of last season, and conditions this year are supposed to be a little tougher, though I was told they were pretty soft last night.
- And Nathan led his team, Rick O’Shea, to a 1,061 third game and 2,950 series, both of which are over the USBC reporting threshold for team scores.
Congrats guys! 🙂
The junior travel league season ends with a singles eliminator tournament, and Sandi Litchfield reported on her Facebook that her son Shane won it today at Wonder Bowl with games of 298, 258, and 241 for a 792 series (with the 298 counting as an honor score for blog purposes). Nice job! 🙂
Pepsi league regular Dave Kullas posted on his Facebook that he had a 276-279-300 performance for an 855 set last night in his league in Hyannis, the Dave Smith Memorial Classic. Seems he was also wearing a hat from when Dave Smith’s family owned the place, as the Ryan Family Amusements there will be closing soon.
Sorry to hear about the closing, but good bowling, anyway. 🙂
I saw Shawn Hagan posted on Facebook that he had 300-269-236 for an 805 tonight in the Trios + 1 league at Town Line in Malden. Nice bowling! 🙂
Got wind today of a 300 game by Brockton association Hall of Famer Jim Ferguson in the doubles event of the Southeastern Mass. association tournament Sunday at Wonder Bowl, which he dedicated to Harry Thibeault. Shawn Hagan was Jim’s doubles partner, and there is video on Danny Khuu’s Facebook. Congrats Jim! 🙂
Association Hall of Famer Bob Hamilton had the front nine in the second game when Harry Thibeault passed away, and returned the next week to finish off a 299 game. Thanks Bobby! 🙂
I was late checking the Patriots league standing sheet for last week, but did note that Sean Richard had a 290 game in that week. Nice going! 🙂
Danny Khuu bowled the Northeastern Open Championships at Yankee Lanes in Keene, NH yesterday instead of staying home, and he reported that he had 300-247-289 for an 836 in his doubles event. Nice bowling! 🙂
Getting all of yesterday’s honor scores out of the way…
The biggest score of the day was turned in by association Hall of Famer Dan Robinson, who posted 288-267-290 in his first three qualifying games for an 845 set. Also, Stephen Major had a 300 game on the first squad, and Danny Zizza 300 on the second squad. For Zizza, it was his first 300 game, and it came on lanes 47 & 48, meaning he now has something in common with “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel, who also had his first three 300 games on that pair.
Results (hopefully) to come later. Congrats everyone! 🙂
If you count all of his perfect games, “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel now has three 900 series’ worth of them (including the actual 900, of course) after rolling his 9th tonight in the TNBA league. But that wasn’t the only big number put up in the league tonight, as Jewell Wilson and Jessica Lowe also had one each, and Grant Henderson III added a 299, as well. Nice bowling, peeps! 🙂
Update: Jessica Lowe also had games of 216 and 210 (not sure of the order) for a 726 set. Nice bowling! 🙂
Jim Ferguson shot me a message on Facebook that not only did he have a 299 game last night in the Patriots league, but that Steve Huntress, one of the two-time Bowler of the Year tournament winners, had a 300 game. Nice going! 🙂
UPDATE: An alert Sean Richard posted on the association Facebook page that this might have been Steve’s first 300 game, and I was able to confirm that via bowl.com. Thanks Seany! 🙂
UPDATE: Steve Huntress informed us that it was his second 300 game.
I found out the other night that Pepsi league “rookie” (and NEBA champion) Qwadaris Rembert shot a perfect game that night in one of his other leagues, the Lang’s Invitational at Lang’s Bowlaramam in Cranston, RI. Nice bowling!
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted about her, but congrats to Jessica Lowe, who posted 269-225-246 for a 740 effort last Friday night in the TNBA league. Nice bowling! 🙂
“$eany Ka$h” bowled the AXS Kings & Queens mixed doubles event at Old Mountain Lanes today with Sandi Litchfield, and came away with at least his 96th 300 game. If I found that they won the tournament, there will be a follow-up post.
Nice bowling Seany! 🙂
Unlike my own Sunday league, the Boston Rhythm & Bowling has an early session on Super Bowl Sunday rather than take the week off, and I noted that, on that day, Johnnie Funches had a 290 game. Nice going! 🙂
Two perfect games to report from last night, one by association Hall of Famer Steve Travers, who bookended his with games of 259 and 268 for an 827 set, and the other was the first 300 by Mike Trent Jr.
I missed getting Steve’s game (though I’d like to at some point), but I did get Mike’s, which is below:
The game shown was on lanes 25 & 26, which is probably the closest to the desk I’ve ever recorded.
Congrats guys! 🙂
I didn’t know about it until I saw the standing sheet today, but Shawn Syde posted his 2nd 300 of the season in the Sunday Niters league the other night. Nice bowling! 🙂