I noticed in the week’s Patriots league scores that Alex Major had a 290 game on what was otherwise a quiet week. WTG Alex! 🙂
As the Facebook post above shows, Westgate bowler Jim Ferguson used a 300 third game to lead last night’s squad in the NEBA 123Bowl.com Open at East Providence Lanes. Good luck today in match play, Jimmy! 🙂
Meanwhile, Sean Richard posted on his Facebook that he went 243-290-278 for an 811 set last night in Malden. WTG Ka$h! 🙂
For our league, 846 is a monster set, and that was the score Jake Tobin threw off last night, going 279-267-300 and really just four pins away from 900. Great bowling! 🙂
I didn’t think there were any high scores on Saturday morning last season, but there will be at least one this season, as I saw Rose Hamilton post on her Facebook that Ethan Reyes had his first 300 this morning. WTG Ethan! 🙂
It’s been a bit, but “$eany Ka$h” woke up out of a Westgate slumber with a 300 last night in the TNBA league. His Facebook post said it was thrown with an OOB (out of the box) ball, and the pro shop has video on their page.
WTG Seany! 🙂
The high scores continued to be posted last week in the Patriots league, led by John Camara, who posted 280-235-300 for an 815 set. Danny Khuu threw a 300, making it back-to-back weeks with one, and Mike “Sensae” Reed had a 300 to round it out.
Nice bowling guys! 🙂
Association Hall of Famer Bob Hamilton had the front 11 last night before tugging the last one for a 297. Maybe next time! 🙂
Let this slip, but Eric Healy, a member of the Sunday Niters team I sub for, threw a 299 game the Sunday night before Christmas. Nice bowling! 🙂
Almost missed this from my own league: Bobby Geddes ran the back 11 for a 290 last week. Nice bowling! 🙂
It was a case of almost, but not quite, for James Scales Jr. Sunday, posting a 299 game. Good bowling, all the same.
I just saw the recap from Sunday’s match vs. the Auburn Maulers at Sparetime in Groton, CT, with the Westgate Warriors taking 34 points out of the match. The primary standout was Jon “Hoss” Hester, who put up a 290 second game in a 731 effort in scratch, with Sean Richard also recording 718 in the second handicap group, and Bill Beck just missing 700 (699) in the first handicap group.
Standings posted in the Warriors’ Facebook group have the Warriors with an 11 point lead over Mop Nation Militia, with a position round coming next.
There were fireworks aplenty last night in the Patriots league. It was Danny Khuu leading the way, going 230-290-300 for an 820 set, but there were a couple of other 300s, one off the left hand of association Hall of Famer Dan Robinson, which we have this video of from Sandi Litchfield:
The other was by Hall of Famer Bill Major’s son, Alex, and we have this video from Chris Silva:
Nice bowling all around! 🙂
Si told me last night about a 300 in His & Hers the other night by Chris Galarza, a lefty who was only averaging in the 150s, but who had converted to the two-handed style and had everything “click”. Congrats.
Shout-out to Roland “The Truth” Sandefur for a 300 last night in the Westgate Mixed league, joining Gary Warner with the honor in that league this season. WTG!
Donald Graves posted his recap from the other night, which showed that “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel had a 299 second game. Good try, my man! 🙂
“$eany Ka$h” did it again last night in Malden, as he posted a recap on Facebook showing 267-268-279 for an 814 set, which should be his third 800 in Malden this season. WTG! 🙂
Paris Cook posted on Facebook that he had a 300 game last night in the Rhythm & Bowling league, which I thought was the first recorded by the new scoring system until I remembered about Rene Thompson’s last week. Paris left a video in his DropBox, which I will try to embed here:
Congrats Paris! 🙂
I haven’t mentioned Eric Derochers much, but I saw in the recaps from Thursday night that he had a 290 game this past week. WTG! 🙂
Pepsi leaguer Shawn Hagan showed me a recap photo in which he went 267-265-280 for an 812 set the other night in Malden. Nice bowling! 🙂
A couple of scores from the Rhythm & Bowling league, including a woman’s score: Rene Thompson finally broke through with a 300, and Tasheka Douglas had a 256 high game in a 723 set. Nice bowling! 🙂
UPDATE: I missed this detail originally, but Rene’s 300 is the first one recorded by the new scoring system, so additional congrats! 🙂
As noted in the above Facebook post, Pepsi league “rookies” Joe Logel & Kevin Kelliher defeated Bob Goulart & Dylan McLoud, 755-684, with handicap, to win the Bay State Open’s modified doubles event yesterday at Westgate Lanes. Qualifying in this modified format was three games of standard doubles and two games of Baker doubles, with one standard game and one Baker game in the elimination finals.
During qualifying, Joe Bourhill had a 300 bid thwarted by a 5 pin for a 299.
Congrats everyone! 🙂
Sean Richard posted a video of his son Matt going for 300, but a 4-7 thwarted him this time. As was said by the famous cartoon moose, Bullwinkle, “Well, I’m getting close.”
Nice bowling Matty! 🙂
This score seems like a little bit of deja-vu: Rene Thompson posted a 299 Sunday night in the Rhythm & Bowling league. Nice bowling! 🙂
Aaron Major is not having a quiet His & Hers season, continued the other night with 299-268-247 for an 814 set. Note: He currently has a 245 league average.
Nice bowling! 🙂
Brian Gaskill has had to fill in in the Pepsi league, but this post is about last night in Malden, where he had a 300 game. WTG! 🙂
My league’s secretary, Shawn Coles, gets mentioned for getting a 278 game the hard way last night, throwing the back 11 after leaving the 3-6-7-10 and chopping two off of that. Nicely done! 🙂
Just to show everyone that I sometimes don’t see stuff from my own league, I only saw today that Ed Miller had a 298 game in the league on Oct. 10. Nice bowling! 🙂
Finally, a couple of scores from Thursday night in the Patriots league, a perfecto by Joe Bourhill and a 290 from “TomTom” Hedding. WTG guys! 🙂
And congrats to Mike Griffin for a 300 game Friday night in the TNBA league. Nice game, Griff! 🙂