Starting off the second round of league play, in the A Division, the Cascadia Bristle Bashers came out strong and defeated the Allwood Finishers 22-11.
Tedd Ducker topped the scoreboard, winning all five of his matches. High score went to Mike Driscoll with a 140 and 100. Topping the high outs was Don Enockson with a 105. Allwood Finisher’s Larry Fuller checked out four of his five matches, with scores of 125, 123, 101 and 100.
High scorer for the Finishers was Fish Trouton with 140 x 2, 133, 128, 112 and 100 x 2. Gerry James won three of his five matches, carrying the rest of the team to the end of the night.
The Straight Arrows solidly beat the Legion Shooters 20-13. Mike McNulty and Stu Dunn led the wins, with each going 5-for-6. Congratulations for a perfect score of 180, shot by Erik Landstrom, who also had a 162 and an 80 out. Don McIlhargey shot a 140 and a 121 while Stu Dunn had 133 and a 121. The women armed the Shooters with Lorraine Hopps and Viviane Papineau winning three matches out of five. Top score went to Lloyd Ausland with a 121 and 100. Jim Fraser was consistent, shooting 100×4 and a 120.
In the B Division, Express Custom Bulls Hitters edge out the British Bobbie Warriors 18-15.
Leading the charge with 100 per cent success was Angie Kienas, followed by Ray Jones, going 4-for-5. Top scores went to Bernie Brockway with a 132. Warriors captain, Ruth Kovacs, snagged top score for her team with a 126, but it was her photo-worthy five out that captured the most attention – double one, single one, double one.
Top scorer for the Warriors was Kyle Hitch who posted four wins out of five.
In another close match, the B-Sharps topped the Toolshed Triples 18-15. Most wins for the B-Sharps went to Jason Samms, going 4-for-5. Lee Page, Arless and Colleen McNeill proved effective backup, each winning three matches. Toolshed’s Jim Hood led the wins for the team, with five of six matches ending on his double out.
Spare, Sean Ferguson, a welcome addition to the evening for winning four of six games played, as well as topping high scores with a 140, 139, 121 and 100×3.
— Submitted by Jolene Swanson