Paris Cook shoots 300, Keith Tantillo 299 in Monday doubles

Lanes 39 & 40 were the “hot” pair last night, as Keith Tantillo started the night with a 299, but it was Paris Cook finishing it with his 10th 300 game. Sean Richard provided the video of Paris below:

Nice bowling! 🙂

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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! 🙂

2017-18 season wrap-up

With the last of the winter leagues now over, I can now recap the season with the high scores for the season for both the men and women. As usual, average will be based on a minimum of 72 games in the league, with youth bowlers included with their gender, where applicable. Also, I’ve decided not to try to list all of the men with 300 games, as there were 17 of them in the Thursday Night Patriots league alone.

Men

Average: 240.83; Jim Ferguson (Thursday Night Patriots, 102 games)
Series: 835; Jim Ferguson (Thursday Night Patriots)
Game: 300 (consult individual league standing sheets)

Women

Average: 212.52; Sandi Litchfield (Thursday Night Patriots, 72 games)
Series: 740; Jessica Lowe (TNBA Mixed)
Game: 300; Jessica Lowe (TNBA Mixed)

Note: Jim Ferguson’s 240.83 average stands as the new association record.

Links to the league standings indexes on Bowler Express and LeagueSecretary.com are in the sidebar for all who are interested in a particular league.

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! 🙂

Westgate Lanes to offer summer leagues during renovations

It had been rumored that Westgate Lanes will close this summer for renovations, but they’ve announced that they’ll remain open during said renovations and offer summer leagues. The schedule will be the ones Westgate has been offering under the Minassians, Monday Summer Doubles, Summer His & Hers on Tuesday, Wednesday Summer Mixed, and Adult/Junior on Thursday. Please check the Westgate Lanes website (newly redesigned) for meeting and starting dates.

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! 🙂

Tim Riordan fires 300 in Pepsi league

Tim Riordan only bowls the Pepsi league, but he’s made the most of it, as, last night, he posted a 300 game, which is now the third one of his that I’ve written about. WTG! 🙂

UPDATE: Zach Thompson has made the video below available.

Mike Griffin fires 290 in TNBA league

This season in the TNBA league may be best remembered for Jessica Lowe’s 300 game and Hakim Emmanuel’s first 800 series, but Mike Griffin put a “bow” on that league’s season last Friday with a 290 game. Good job! 🙂

Jim Simon, Mike Botelho shoot 300 in Westgate Mixed

Meanwhile, the Westgate Mixed league had a couple of 300s on their position night, led off by Jim Simon’s (Sean Richard’s video is below):

That 300 was followed in the second game by one by Mike Botelho, with video below:

This was Mike’s first 300 at Westgate, but he told me he’d previously bowled 300s in Taunton and Somerset.

WTG guys! 🙂

2018 Brunswick Mixed roll-off

Dawg Pound used an 1,113 third game (with handicap) to erase a 33-pin deficit and win the championship of the Brunswick Mixed league over Sweet Rolls, 3,050-2,980. Ken Gerraughty (663) and Jake Tobin (675) led the way for Dawg Pound, while Shawn Coles (648) was high man on Sweet Rolls.

Congrats to Dawg Pound, who are in Ken Gerraughty’s photo below:

Dawg Pound 2017-18

2017-18 Brunswick Mixed champions, Dawg Pound Front (L-R): Rob Eicher, Ken Gerraughty, Ed Miller, William Gerraughty; Back: Jake Tobin

2017-18 Week 36 league standings update

Just one league to update, and it’s about the final second half standings:

  • Brunswick Mixed: As a result of splitting 2-2 with Striking Gentlemen, Let’s MixEm Up ended the second half in 6th place. Sweet Rolls swept all four from Creeden’s Mustangs and are the second half winners, bowling against Dawg Pound tomorrow night for the league championship. I’ve given the roll-off “live blog” coverage in the past, but may not tomorrow night, as I’m not sure about the status of the wifi connection. I’ll still make sure I post the result of the roll-off.

Gino Beniamino bowls 300, “Mr. 900” 299 in Pepsi league

There were a couple of big games in the Pepsi league last night, not the least of which was a 300 by Gino Beniamino, and he made another close approach to one later in the night with a 289. A more notable game than that, however, was bowled by “Mr. 900” Hakim Emmanuel, who had his very first 299 game after the run of 300 games that started with the 900 series. As happens often, a 10 pin stood on the last shot.

Nice bowling guys! 🙂

Jim Ferguson sets new association record average

Tom Hedding’s hold of the association record average lasted just one season, as Jim Ferguson, despite shooting only 643 last night, hung on to post a 240.83 average in the Thursday Night Patriots league, which is, presumably, the new association record by a fraction of a pin. Congrats! 🙂

Mark Zimmerman shoots 300 in Patriots league

The Patriots league, except for the playoffs, couldn’t end without one more honor score, and it was Mark Zimmerman who provided it, with a 300 game. I got my own video, which is below (my apologies for the quality, or lack thereof):

Nice bowling! 🙂

Shawn Hagan bowls 297/813 in Malden

Shawn Hagan reported on Facebook that, on his position night in the Trios + 1 league at Town Line, he posted 297-289-227 for an 813 set. Great bowling! 🙂

May 9 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 35 bowling, frame-by-frame

After three consecutive open frames in the middle of the first game, I was chasing the score a little bit, but I still had a shot at my +1 if I could go sheet after the strike in the 8th third game, which fizzled by missing a 2 pin and chopping a baby split. My spare game was balanced by making every 10 pin, as well as a couple of tougher splits.

Result: 150-194-204=548
Final average (99 games): 179
Average for last 9 games: 176

Final composite average (183 games): 179

We would have moved ahead of our opponents with a third game win, but my failed baby split conversion cost us, as their anchor went spare-strike to win by one pin.

2017-18 Week 35 league standings update

Just one league to update:

  • Brunswick Mixed: After winning three points from Spare Change, Let’s MixEm Up is in 6th place, seven points behind Creeden’s Mustangs, who are a half-point ahead of Sweet Rolls, a point-and-a-half ahead of Last Empire, and four ahead of Minds In the Gutter. Tonight is a position round, so the team in 5th place is Striking Gentlemen, whom we’re a point behind. Kathy had the high handicap game and series last week in the women’s “C” division.

Shawn Hagan throws 300 in Malden

Shawn Hagan posted on Facebook that he had 300 game #17 last night in the Trios + 1 league at Town Line in Malden. He and Jim Ferguson have had a friendly competition between them for the 300 games, and Shawn, after several attempts to go one-up, finally got that.

Nice bowling! 🙂

May 2 Brunswick Mixed recap

My Week 34 bowling, frame-by-frame

I mostly struggled with my release last night, failing to connect on a double and leaving multi-pin spares more often than not. The third game had a chance to be clean, but I missed the pocket in the 10th, leaving a tough spare.

Result: 154-154-180=488
Average (96 games): 179
Average for last 9 games: 165
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 581

Composite average (180 games): 179

Team won a close second game (by two pins) and the third by enough for total.