Bristle Bashers in front

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers are keeping the their lead with Noella Ross leading the team with her five out of six game wins.

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers are keeping the their lead at the top of the board with Noella Ross leading the team with her five out of six game wins.

The Rocking Horse Pub Oche-holics, Larry Fuller and Chad Trouton, won all six of their games to solidify their spots in the top ten men players of the league.

Starting a new tally for the league — Weekly High Score — newcomers to the league, The Oche-holics Chad Trouton, who shot a few scores of 140. Ruth Kovacs, of the Legion Arrows, had a nice score of 101.

Veteran league player Sonja Twamley, of the QF Straight Arrows, shot a 128, to top the leagues’ newest tally of  Weekly High Score for the women.

To see all the stats, including the Weekly High Scores, go to

Results from 165 games:        Wins    %

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers    116    70

Cutting Edge Dragons        108    65

Branch 49 Dart Riders        103    62

Short Sighted Crew        84    51

Rocking Horse Oche-Holics    81    49

QF Straight Arrows        78    47

Legion Arrows            55    33

Branch 76 Shooters        37    22

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