Jim Ferguson posts 804, Stan Lewis 300 in NAT

The NAT is often slow posting results, but I can report that Jim Ferguson had 279-256-269 for an 804 set (first three of four) in the first squad, and Stan Lewis had a 300 game on the second squad, the video of which I have here:

More to come later, of course.

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Devon McGregor rolls 296 in TNBA league

He’s probably missed by the Pepsi league (as the one who ran the eliminator), but Devon McGregor has found success in his new league, the TNBA league, shooting a 296 game last week. Congrats! 🙂

Omar Butcher throws 299 in Patriots league

The latest Patriots league standings update showed a 299 game last week by a bowler I don’t believe I’ve mentioned for a score yet, Omar Butcher. Congrats! 🙂

Brian Egan rolls 290/806 in Malden

I think Brian Gaskill wanted to stack his Wednesday team in Malden, and Brian Egan helped deliver last night with 290-279-237 for an 806 set. WTG! 🙂

Westgate Warriors roll over Mill City; Egan shoots 300, Gaskill 300/814

It was a different time of year and opponent, but the Westgate Warriors again successfully defended their home center with a 26-14 net victory over Mill City Mayhem Sunday. Standouts for the Warriors were Brian Egan (760 in Scratch), Jon Hester (718 in Handicap 1), Jake Tobin (700 in Handicap 2), and Sean Richard (736 in Handicap 2). Egan had a 300 in the second game, and here’s the last shot (courtesy of Zach Thompson):

Not to be outdone, Brian Gaskill, bowling in Mop Nation’s match, went 300-247-267 for an 814 set.

Good bowling to all! 🙂

Aaron Major tosses 300 in His & Hers

Aaron Major is back home from Wichita St. for the longer term now, and threw a 300 last night in the His & Hers league, which, I believe is his first as an adult bowler. Nice game! 🙂

Mark Zimmerman & Brian Egan claim NAT doubles title in Malden

Sept. 2018 NAT doubles

Finalists of Sept. 23 NAT doubles event (L-R): Chanpions Mark Zimmerman & Brian Egan, runners-up Rolinson Fernandes & Lance Mugford (Photo courtesy of NAT)

The Northeast Amateur Tournament posted on Facebook (must be logged into Facebook to view) that Westgate bowlers Mark Zimmerman & Brian Egan defeated Rolinson Fernandes & Lance Mugford, 499-468 (with handicap), to win the doubles event last Sunday at Town Line Luxury Lanes.

EDIT: The bowler finally let me publicize his score: Brian Egan had a 300 in qualifying.

Kris Higgins shoots 300 in TNBA league

Came to find out that Seany had to share the spotlight when he shot his milestone perfect game, as Kris Higgins had one in the TNBA league the other night, as well. Good bowling! 🙂

Sean Richard bowls 100th 300 game in TNBA league

It was always going to be a matter of where and when, not if, Sean Richard would bowl his 100th perfect game, and he made those of us at Westgate glad that it came at not only his home house, but also on the most famous pair of lanes in the house, 47 & 48, or “Hakim’s pair”, last night in the TNBA league. There is a video account of the last shot, as well, provided by Grant Henderson III, and is below:

Congrats $eany! 🙂

Dan Esdale posts 300/811 in Patriots league

Alayna Esdale alerted me to it, and, after acquiring the details, I can post that two weeks into his return to the Patriots league, Dan Esdale had 244-300-267 for an 811 set last Thursday night, which are the first 300 and 800 at Westgate this season. Alayna posted a video on Facebook, but I couldn’t share it.

Congrats Easy! 🙂

Jon Gronlund bowls first 300 & 800 in Bristol-Plymouth association

Jessica Jordan of North Bowl Lanes reported to me that Jon Gronlund posted 300-232-268 for an 800 series on the button in the Thursday Night Mixed league last week. Since this was the first 300 game and 800 series in the new merged association, we made special note of it in our congratulatory post (above).

Congrats again Jon! 🙂

Sean Richard throws 809 in TNBA league

Per his post above, “$eany Ka$h” threw 266-269-274 for an 809 set in the TNBA league last night, which should be the first 800 at Westgate on the young season. We usually don’t get video of an 800 being finished off, but Jim Ferguson has this one:

Good bowling Seany! 🙂

Shawn Hagan posts 300/811 in Malden

As the post above shows, Pepsi leaguer Shawn Hagan posted 300-236-275 for an 811 last night in the Trios + 1 league in Malden. A couple of videos were available, but I picked Zach Thompson’s:

Good bowling! 🙂

Sean Richard tosses 99th 300 at Wonder Bowl

If it wasn’t before, “$eany Ka$h’s” watch for his 100th 300 game is full-on now, as he had #99 last night subbing in the Columbia 300 Summer Classic league at Wonder Bowl in New Bedford. Congrats Seany, and my only hope is that I get to see #100 in person. 🙂

Danny Khuu posts 300 in Monday doubles

It involved different nights and centers, but Danny Khuu followed up his 300 (last game) Thursday night in Kingston with one in the first game last night at Westgate. Nice bowling! 🙂

Qwadaris Rembert fires 300/825 at Lang’s

Pepsi league bowler Qwadaris Rembert posted on Facebook (and followed up with me) that he had 300-257-268 for an 825 set last night at Lang’s in their Summer Classic league. Nice bowling! 🙂

Sean Richard fires 298 game in Kingston

“$eany Ka$h” reported to me that he had a chance at Kingston’s house record (816) in the summer doubles league last night after starting 279-298, but faltered in the 3rd game to lose his 800. Maybe next time!

Zach Thompson throws 299 in Malden summer league

Pepsi league regular Zach Thompson posted on Facebook that he just missed a 300 last night subbing in the Summertimers league at Town Line, with the video showing the “almighty” 10 still standing on the last shot. Nice bowling! 🙂

Keith Tantillo bowls 801, 300 in Monday doubles

Keith Tantillo put together a big set the other night in the summer doubles league, with 257-298-246 for an 801, then followed that up the best way possible, with a 300 4th game. WTG! 🙂

Bob Dimuccio tosses 812 at Lang’s

Congrats to Bob Dimuccio of the Pepsi league, who posted 276-280-256 (first three) for an 812 set last night in the Wednesday Summer Trios league at Lang’s. Nice bowling! 🙂

Stan Lewis rolls 300/804, Danny Khuu, Joe Bourhill 300 in Monday doubles

It can definitely be said that the Monday Summer Doubles league is the summer season’s version of the Patriots league because of the quantity of high scores, and this summer’s league didn’t disappoint on its first night. I’ll start by noting Joe Bourhill’s 300 game, which was the first one in Massachusetts for this New York transplant. Joe’s wife Stephanie (Hamilton) got the video below:

The third game saw two more 300s, by Danny Khuu and Stan Lewis, with the latter having added that to games of 257 and 247 for an 804 set. Sean Richard got both of these videos, staring with Stan’s:

And now Danny’s:

Nice bowling, guys! 🙂

Bill Briggs shoots 2nd 300 of season in Pepsi league

Two 300 games by the same bowler in a Pepsi league season is a feat, and accomplished by Bill Briggs last night. The game followed up one in the last league week (with no bowling last week because of the Memorial Day holiday) by his Eklund Electric teammate, Tim Riordan, making it three of the seven this season bowled by that team.

I had my camera out for this one because I’d forgotten I got Bill’s other one, and he noticed that fact, telling me at the end of the night that that made him nervous. I’m posting it anyway, as he made a great shot to finish it.

Congrats again Bill! 🙂

“Sensae” Reed & Ed Grossett win June NAT doubles at Westgate

June 2018 NAT doubles finalists

Finalists of June 3 NAT doubles (L-R): Champions Mike “Sensae” Reed & Ed Grossett, runners-up David Gordon & Louie Petrillo (Photo courtesy of NAT)

The Northeast Amateur Tournament reported on Facebook (must be logged into Facebook to view) that Mike “Sensae” Reed & Ed Grossett won the doubles event on June 3 at Westgate Lanes, defeating David Gordon & Louie Petrillo, 493-480 (with handicap), in the final stepladder match. Other Westgate bowlers cashing were Chuck Paige (with Jayme Silva), Sean Richard & Jim Ferguson, and Dan Robinson & Mike Peirce.

Jim Ferguson did have a 299 game in the first stepladder match, and Christian Fletcher had a 299 game in qualifying.

Congrats to all! 🙂

Bob Dimuccio Jr. rolls 300 at Lang’s

I’ve learned that Pepsi league bowler Bob Dimuccio (Jr.) started his summer league, the Pete’s Doubles league at Lang’s Bowlarama, with a 300 game last night. Nice bowling! 🙂