Joe Bourhill rolls 279/773, Kevin Thibeault 279, Brian Egan, Mike Mayo 278 in Patriots league

The scoring in the Patriots league last week shifted to a team bowling on the other end of the league, as Joe Bourhill put up a 279 game in a 773 set, and Kevin Thibeault, bowling as Joe’s teammate, had a 279 game himself (check the recap, Lane 35). Along with those, Brian Egan and Mike Mayo each also had 278 games (see week’s high scores).

Good bowling guys! 🎳😎

Stephen Major scores 300/804, Jon Hester 817 in Patriots league

Last night was a huge night for a pair of Patriots league teammates, as Stephen Major went 258-300-246 for an 804 and Jon Hester followed him with 289-249-279 for 817. Stephen was subbing for one member of the team while another pre-bowled. My video of Stephen’s last shot is below:

Great bowling, guys! 🎳🔥😎💯

Editor’s note: “Hoss” didn’t want me to note the 289 game after he bowled it, but he think he’s resigned to me doing so after recording the 800. 😜

Jon Hester, Kevin Kelliher win January Reloaded event

Per the post above, Jon Hester and Kevin Kelliher, both members of Westgate’s Patriots league, along with Nikki Fletcher, won last Sunday’s Reloaded event at Town Line Luxury Lanes in Malden, defeating a team that included Westgate bowlers Jim Ferguson and Stephen Major, in the final match (no score was given). Additionally, it was noted that Westgate’s Aaron Major threw a 300 game in qualifying, and the aforementioned Stephen Major had a 299 in the match play portion of the tournament.

Nice bowling, guys! 🎳😁

Jon Hester slams 300, James Scales 298 in Patriots league

I’ll round up the other notable Patriots league scores last week below, but the ones worthy to lead off with are Jon Hester’s 300, which happened in back-to-back weeks for him, and a 298 for James Scales. Here are the rest, starting with the games:

  • Mike Major 279
  • Aaron Major 278
  • Ethan Rosenberg 278
  • Mike Trent Jr. 270

And the series (recap sheets are linked on the lane numbers):

Nice bowling, everyone! 🎳🔥

Stan Lewis posts 277/814, AJ Voisine, Jon Hester 300 in Patriots league

The highest scoring Patriots league session of the season to date on Thursday night saw Stan Lewis post 277-276-261 for an 814 set, while AJ Voisine and Jon “Hoss” Hester both added 300 games to the mix. I felt it appropriate to post on the association’s Instagram, where Stan’s photo and both videos could appear in the same album and could be properly credited.

Nice bowling, guys! 🎳😎

Angelino Castro shoots 160 in youth leagues

I’m late getting to this, but it’s the first youth score of note: Angelino Castro’s 160 game on Halloween wouldn’t seem like much, but, given that he only has a 98 average on the sheet, that’s pretty impressive. Keep it up, kid! 😎

And, so nobody thinks I’m pulling the scores out of the air, I’ll include a photo of the high scores that week (I couldn’t get the averages in the same photo without making both too small to read.):

“Mr. 900” tosses 279/779 in His & Hers

For the first time in my memory, “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel is not bowling in the Patriots league, the league in which he placed himself in bowling immortality over five years ago. He is still bowling, however, only in the His & Hers Doubles league on Tuesday night this season. Last week, in that league, he posted a 279 high game in a 779 series, evidenced on the recap sheet (Lane 56). WTG Hakim! 🎳😎

Ed Roberts shoots 289 in BBIS league

There was a great game turned in by multiple (Bristol-Plymouth & Mass. State USBC, Brockton Athletic, and NEBA, among others) Hall of Famer Ed Roberts last week in the BBIS league, with a 289, which is even more worthy of note given the nature of the lane condtion (the Beaten Path challenge condition, as reported to me by Aaron Major); evidenced in the week’s high scores, of course.

Nice bowling! 🎳😁