My Week 20 bowling, frame-by-frame
I felt better than I did last week, although my scores didn’t necessarily show it. My last game was better when I focused on being better at the foul line, something I need to concentrate more on overall. The couple of times I actually made the 10 were just better executed shots, something I need to keep consistent with my first-ball shots.
Average (6 games): 159
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 484
Team won the first game, but the other two were both cases of too little, too late, also losing the point for total in the process.
The bonus note here is that Shawn Coles, after leaving it many times in his years of bowling, finally converted a 7-10 split in the 3rd frame of the first game. WTG! 🙂
The improved LeagueSecretary.com allows me to do different things with the standings presentation, so I’ll get to it:
Current standings (after Week 2 of 2nd half)
Team 6 is in a three-way tie for 9th, five points behind Creeeden’s Mustangs. Spare Us is two off the lead in 2nd place, with three teams each three and four points behind the lead.
Weekly high scores
Ed Godino III swept the high scores in his division last week.
Move to Strike will oppose Team 6 tomorrow night.
Friday night in the TNBA league saw Tyrell Thompson shoot a 279 game in the TNBA league, as noted in the weekly high scores. WTG! 🙂
I may have been late seeing it, but here’s a good Pepsi league game from last week, per the weekly high scores: A 261 by Stephen Major, who has the leading qualifying average (about 2/3 of the scheduled games) in the league right now. Nice bowling! 🙂
There was one notable score last week in the Senior youth league: Aiden Delehoy had a 236 game (carrying a 171 average). Nice bowling! 🙂
The notable scores from the other night in the Patriots league are below:
- AJ Voisine 278/789
- Jayme Silva Jr. 279/750
- Bill Condon 279
- Stan Lewis 278
- Sean Richard 270
These are, of course, per the weekly high scores. Great bowling guys! 🙂
Before making my decision to start the league, I bowled a practice game first to remove any doubt in my mind that I could bowl and stay on my feet, which became two when it was clear I only needed to get my timing and release back.
My Week 19 bowling, frame-by-frame
It’s going to be a process, but at least my 195 second game showed some promise for the near future. I wasn’t expecting much last night, but I was bowling, and that was, indeed, the important thing.
Average (3 games): 164
Next week’s AVG+1 score: 498
My only job for my new team will be to make things easier for Dana Gomes and Ed Godino III, the 4th and 5th spots in our lineup, respectively, and I did do that in the last two games to allow them to finish out for those points and total.
I was in a board meeting when it happened, but Aaron Major followed up his big Monday night in Raynham with a 300 last night in the His & Hers league at Westgate. Nice bowling! 🙂
Aaron Major, in addition to His & Hers at Westgate, bowls in two leagues at Ryan’s Amusements in Raynham (where he works), and, in the Monday Funday league last night, he posted 289-249-269 for an 807 set. Nice bowling!
Note: This league isn’t certified, so there will be no post forthcoming on the BPUSBC Facebook page.
The one score of note in the youth leagues last weekend was Lance Sheffield’s 232 game (with a 171 average) in the Seniors league. Good bowling! 🙂
Nice bowling to AJ Voisine, who had a 288 game Thursday night in the Patriots league, per the weekly high scores. 🙂
This should only help him: Aaron Major threw a 751 set Tuesday night in the His & Hers league, per the weekly high scores. Great bowling! 🙂
A bit late, but here are a couple of scores from last week in the Westgate Mixed league: Patrick Dolan, with a 279 game, and Gary Warner, with a 277. Good job, guys! 🙂
Several notable scores last Thursday in the Patriots league, with Sean Richard putting up a 279 game and 780 series to lead the way, per the weekly high scores. Also, Chuck Paige added a 289 game, AJ Voisine another 279, and Alex Major a 278.
Great bowling guys! 🙂
Last week’s Pepsi league session saw Felix Chan bowl a 726 set, per the weekly high scores. Nice bowling!
(Note: Remember that I’ve started to use lower score thresholds for the Pepsi league due to that league being a challenge league.)
A couple of notable women’s scores from last Sunday night in the Rhythm & Bowling league: Shonta Cooks with a 268 game and Tasheka Douglas with a 257. Nice job, ladies! 🙂
The average watch is again on for Aaron Major after he posted a 289 game and 773 set Tuesday night in the His & Hers league, per the weekly high scores. That average is now at 246.71 with half of the season gone.
There were a couple of notable games in the youth leagues on Saturday: Chris Zalewski, with a 269 game (204 avg.) in the Seniors league, and Aaron Merrill, with a 177 game (93 avg) in the Juniors league. Nice bowling! 🙂
Friday night saw two notable scores in the TNBA league, Sandi Litchfield with a 657 series, and Hakim “Mr. 900” Emmanuel with a 278 game, per the weekly high scores. Good job! 🙂
Thursday night, in the Patriots league, the leading bowler was Jayme Silva Jr., with a 279 game and 791 set, per the the weekly high scores, with Bill Hill (279) and Mike Peirce (274) also having good games. Nice bowling! 🙂
I should have thought of this sooner, but the Pepsi and BBIS leagues will be on challenge shots, so, approximating the average conversion chart, I will be posting games of 260 and series of 700 and over in those leagues.
This one would have been good in a standard league, however: Nice bowling by Rich Fulton Monday night in the Pepsi league, with a 289 game! 🙂
Sunday night saw a couple of good games in the Rhythm & Bowling league, Curtis Jordan with a 278, and Mo Wideman a 277, per the weekly high scores. Nice bowing guys! 🙂
I didn’t do these posts last year due to some standing sheets no longer being available after Westgate’s account on BowlerExpress ended, but most of the standing sheets are available on LeagueSecretary, so I’ll now do a mid-season recap of the house high scores, with average based on a minimum of 36 games bowled in the league. For the first time, I’ll also include youth separately, by age group:
Average: 246.02; Aaron Major (His & Hers, 48 games)
Series: 827; Aaron Major (His & Hers)
Game: 300; Aaron Major (His & Hers), Jake Tobin (Brunswick Mixed), Sean Richard (Westgate Mixed), Bill Hill, Keith Kaestner, Jayme Silva Jr, Jake Tobin (Thursday Night Patriots)
Average: 209.87; Sandi Litchfield (TNBA Mixed)
Series: 698; Sandi Litchfield (TNBA Mixed)
Game: 279; Sandi Litchfield (TNBA Mixed)
Average: 210.45; Dylan Major (48 games)
Series: 725; Ethan Reyes
Game: 289; Ethan Reyes
Average: 166.27; Ashley Major (48 games)
Series: 604; Ashley Major
Game: 245; Ashley Major
Average: 139.61; Nolen Rec (42 games)
Series: 494; Nolen Rec
Game: 191; Zach Peirce
Average: 152.58; Jessica Blyth (39 games)
Series: 567; Jessica Blyth
Game: 221; Jessica Blyth
Average: 98.61; Julian Litchfield (42 games)
Series: 385; Ryan Beeson
Game: 181: Ryan Beeson
Average: 73.57; Tayani Clark (21 games)
Series: 287; Tayani Clark
Game: 108; Tayani Clark
Note: No Prep girl had at least 36 games.
Congrats to Bill Hill for a 300 last week in the Patriots league, per the weekly high scores; he had 780 for the series.
Nice bowling also to Alex Major (280/753) and Eric Derochers (278). WTG everyone!
Sandi Litchfield continued her good bowling last night in the TNBA league with a 664 set, per the the weekly high scores. WTG! 🙂
Nice bowling also to Sandi Litchfield, with a 680 set last Friday night in the TNBA league, per the league’s weekly high scores. 🙂
Nice bowling by Larry Whitfield Sunday in the Rhythm & Bowling league, with a 279 game, per the weekly high scores. 🙂
A few notable games last week in the youth leagues (all in the Seniors league):
- Corey Major, with a 259 game (198 avg.)
- Ashley Major, with a 245 game (166 avg.)
- John Beaudet, with a 198 game (131 avg.)
Nice bowling everyone! 🙂
I get to note a couple of our association Hall of Famers today, including one I haven’t posted about in some time: Steve Travers checked in with a 289 game and Jim Ferguson with a 288 last week in the Patriots league, per the posted weekly high scores. Nice bowling!
Here’s one I missed last week: Kevin Stiger threw a 277 game in the Brunswick Mixed league, which I hope to return to fairly soon. Nice bowling. 🙂