Feb. 13 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 24 bowling, frame-by-frame

Found out that my Hy-Road is still useful for down & in shots, but not carrying and missing the spares is still not going to cut it. The missed 10s were particularly frustrating, as I’d thought I’d found a way to cut the hook and the ball still went left.

Result: 150-174-151=475
Average (66 games): 170
Average for last 9 games: 163
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 549

Composite average (72 games): 172

Si had a clean 195-ish game second game, and, where that was my better game, we won it and hung on for total. All three games could have been won, really.

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Alex Major tosses 290 in Patriots league

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! 🙂

2018-19 Week 23 league standings update

After forfeiting to Last Empire, Let’s MixEm Up is in a tie for 11th with Spare Us, 10 points behind Sweet Rolls, who lead Lost & Found by two points, Stacked by three points, and Last Empire by four points. The Fun Team are tomorrow night’s opponents.

Jake Tobin slams 300/846 in Brunswick Mixed

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! 🙂

Feb. 6 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 23 bowling, frame-by-frame

We were moved at the start because a mess was made near the bowling area, and the pocket was mostly elusive on the new pair. I just made enough spares to get to 500.

Result: 190-155-158=503
Average (63 games): 171
Average for last 9 games: 169
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 577

Composite average (69 games): 173

Because I didn’t have Si (sick) or Steve (left before bowling started), my team had to forfeit, and I’m not sure of the future of the team going forward.

2018-19 Week 22 league standings update

After winning three points from Stacked, Let’s MixEm Up is in a three-way tie for 9th with Party of Six and Great Balls of Fire, seven points behind Lost & Found, who lead Sweet Rolls by a point and four teams by four points, including Last Empire, tomorrow night’s opponents.

Si swept his divisional honors last week, and Steve had high handicap game and series in his.

Ethan Reyes bowls first 300 in youth league

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! 🙂

Jan. 30 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 22 bowling, frame-by-frame

I was happy with my first game, but I needed to finish better, as I frittered away pins with four single-pin misses.

Result: 201-160-128-489
Average (60 games): 171
Average for last 9 games: 177
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 564

Composite average (66 games): 173

Other than me for a game, we got good efforts from Si (612) and Steve (consistent 120s) to win the first two games and total.

2018-19 Week 21 league standings update

After winning one point vs. Lost & Found, Let’s MixEm Up is tied with four teams for 9th place, six points behind Sweet Rolls and Lost & Found, who are a point ahead of Stacked (tomorrow night’s opponents) and three ahead of Livin on a Spare.

Si took all of his division’s honors except for handicap series (Joe Sullivan had 649).

Sean Richard rolls 300 in TNBA league

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! 🙂

Jan. 23 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 21 bowling, frame-by-frame

My third game may have been my strangest clean game yet. It started with a three-count (making the spare, of course), and, in the 7th, I managed to pick the 10 clean out of the rack and made that spare. The only strike in the game was the one that made the game officially clean, in the 10th frame.

Result: 192-166-173=531
Average (57 games): 171
Average for last 9 games: 183
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 537

Composite average (63 games): 174;

Si bowled the best game I’d ever seen him bowl in the first game, a 276 that should have been a 278 but for the 8 fill. We ran out of gas after that, however, as the first game was our only point.

2018-19 Week 20 league standings update

After winning one point from Sweet Rolls, Let’s MixEm Up is tied for 7th with four other teams, with my team sorting to 8th on pinfall. Lost & Found are the leaders, having won all eight available points, with Sweet Rolls and Stacked a point behind, and Great Balls of Fire two behind. We bowl the leaders tomorrow night.

I tied Steve Geddes for divisional high scratch game.

Jan. 16 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 20 bowling, frame-by-frame

After being absent in consecutive weeks with the flu and an infected left ankle, I got clearance for bowling from the local wound care clinic. I had a slow start, but making most of my spares, before going clean in the second game with a 232, my second-best game of the season in this league. I ran out of gas a bit in the last one, but doubled late to save a 186 and make this my best set of the season in this league.

Result: 156-232-186=574
Average (54 games): 171
Average for last 9 games: 186
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 552

Composite average (60 games): 174

Si was absent, and I got a 130-ish game from Steve in the first game for our only point.

Eric Healy shoots 299 in Sunday Niters

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! 🙂

2018-19 Week 19 league standings update

Despite taking three points from Party of Six, Let’s MixEm Up find ourselves behind five teams that won all four, Sweet Rolls, Striking Gentlemen, Livin on a Spare, Lost & Found, and Spare Us, and behind three-point winner Stacked in pinfall. Sweet Rolls are Wednesday night’s opponents, and I’m hoping I can bowl.

Si was high in his division for everything except handicap game last week.

2018-19 Pepsi league 3rd quarter lane condition

Per the reverse order of last year’s patterns, and as posted on the master lane schedule, Route 66 will be the lane condition for this (3rd) quarter of the Pepsi league (of course, a top graph is linked on the pattern name).

Khuu 300/820, Robinson, Major 300s lead Patriots scoring barrage

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! 🙂

Chris Galarza rolls first 300 in His & Hers

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.

Jan. 9 Brunswick Mixed recap

No bowling for me last night, but I did observe Si post a 527 and Steve have one of his better nights to win second & third games and total against the first-half winners, which is certainly a good way to start the second half.

2018-19 Week 18 league standings update

I missed position round with the flu, and Let’s MixEm Up won no points from The Fun Team. We finished the first half in 8th place, 9.5 points behind Party of Six, who won by 3.5 points over Stacked. We start the second half tomorrow against Party of Six. I’ll be there, but not bowling with a left ankle infection.

Si did sweep his division honors last week.

Sean Richard bowls 814 in Malden

“$eany Ka$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 rolls 300 in Rhythm & Bowling

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! 🙂