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Posted by Ken October 28, 2014 Fall 2014, Week 10 View Score Sheets

With the Royals on the brink of elimination in the World Series playing in the background, the GutterAlley bowling league stepped up to the plate in a big way during Week #10 action. In what is shaping up to be the best season in league history, the Fall 2014 season continues to bring big scores and even bigger series into the record books...including a new #1 that knocks down a score that has stood since September 30, 2008. Ready to see how the league stacks up after all is said and done? Let's get it on.With half of their team at the big game, the other half of The Finger Holes showed up to do battle with the Pin and Tonics. With victories in Games #1 and #2, behind a 556 series from pre-bowling Phil Schroeder, the F-Holes looked primed to walk away with a clean sweep until the Tonics decided to take a stand and call an end to their losing. With Aaron Barber's 460 series leading the way, the Pin and Tonics pulled off a 10th frame 6-pin win in Game #3 to keep from getting blanked. Despite the wins, The Finger Holes remain in 4th place with their 23-17 record. Pin and Tonics, improving to 16-24, remain in 6th place.Having remained atop the league standings since the second week, My Three Sons continues to hold steady in 1st place after a 3-1 matchup victory over opponents Ballz Out. Having turned in their pre-bowling scores for tonight earlier, the big output managed to earn them victories in Games #2, #3, and total pins to remain at the top of the heap with their 27-13 record. Ian Goetz's 651 series was the tops for the Sons. Game #1 was the highlight of the evening for the Ballz, as Cliff Barendsen's 541 series (including a 220 in their lone victory) held to help the team improve to 10-30 but remain in 8th place.Several weeks back, rookie sensation Brian Coe rolled the lowest series of his short career in GutterAlley and left thinking "had I not shown up, we would have won." Since that night, Coe has shown up and been the biggest contributor on the legitimately named 921+ as he led the team to yet another 4-0 win – this week over opponents Split It & Hit It – with his 713 series and earning #1 Power Ranked bowler accolades in the process . Game #1 was the highlight for the team as it reached the milestone they came together to best, taking the all time record for a team score with a 4-person team with their 934. Split It's Dennis Blake put up the highest series for his team, ending the night with a 555 series to remain in 7th place with their 14-26 record. 921+ remains in 2nd, trailing the league leaders by two games, at 25-15. With more charity wins than any other team in the league, More Beer, Chelsea continues to remain in 3rd place after a 4-0 beatdown of Dixie Stampede this week. Led by Scott "Scooter J" Murdock and his 517 series (yes, you read that correctly), Chelsea improved their record to 25-15 to remain in 3rd place (back more than 7,000 pins from 2nd place) with help from this week's Most Valuable Bowler, Dan Imperial. The Stampede, whose pre-bowling scores simply were way off the mark, couldn't notch a single win but remain in 5th place with their 16-24 record. Ryan Doll's 511 series was the biggest for the team. The Tournament of Champions currently looks like this:Division 1 = Ryan Doll (16), Brian Coe (12)Division 2 = Jonathan Vigliaturo (16), Cliff Barendsen (13)Division 3 = Rob Kaszuba (14), Eric Lynch /Chadwick Andrews (13)Division 4 = Jake Parrott (14), Dan Imperial/Michael Smith (12)Bowlers unable to hear a thing in The 200 Club over all of the bandwagon Royals fans include: Brian Coe (258, 238, 217), Carl Goetz (233), Cliff Barendsen (220), Dennis Blake (231), Ian Goetz (228, 211, 212), John Boren (217), Jonathan Vigliaturo (234), Ken M. Wilson (235, 215), Kody Karnes (224, 247, 206), Phil Schroeder (229), Ryan Doll (211), and Scott Murdock (204).See you next Tuesday!


Dan Imperial
Runner Up:
(See Posting)


Brian Coe
Runner Up:
Kody Karnes


Ian Goetz
Runner Up:
Brian Coe

"Took you long enough."

Dave Parre, although we're not sure if he's talking about Ken or the Kansas City Royals.

Pos. Team name Record Percent Total Pins Change
1 My Three Sons 27-13 .675 21,973 n/a
2 921+ 25-15 .625 24,280 n/a
3 More Beer, Chelsea 25-15 .625 17,250 n/a
4 The Finger Holes 23-17 .575 19,492 n/a
5 Dixie Stampede 16-24 .400 20,569 n/a
6 Pin and Tonics 16-24 .400 17,824 n/a
7 Split It & Hit It 14-26 .350 15,164 n/a
8 Ballz Out 10-30 .250 15,584 n/a
Top Individual Achievements for Week 10
Men's High Series Scratch Women's High Series Scratch
Brian Coe - 713
Kody Karnes - 677
Ian Goetz - 651
Ken Wilson - 619
Carl Goetz - 596
Freda Schroeder - 431
Teresa Deterding - 427
Alison Radke - 383
Men's High Series Handicap Women's High Series Handicap
Brian Coe - 713
Kody Karnes - 679
Ian Goetz - 675
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 655
Dennis Blake - 653
Teresa Deterding - 580
Alison Radke - 563
Freda Schroeder - 534
Men's High Game Scratch Women's High Game Scratch
Brian Coe - 258
Kody Karnes - 247
Ken Wilson - 235
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 234
Carl Goetz - 233
Teresa Deterding - 198
Alison Radke - 164
Freda Schroeder - 161
Men's High Game Handicap Women's High Game Handicap
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 264
Dennis Blake - 263
Brian Coe - 258
Phil Schroeder - 256
Dan Imperial - 251
Teresa Deterding - 249
Alison Radke - 224
Freda Schroeder - 195
Men's Pins Over Average Women's Pins Over Average
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 72
Dennis Blake - 72 (t)
Dan Imperial - 68
Phil Schroeder - 63
Cliff Barendsen - 55
Scott Murdock - 54
Teresa Deterding - 62
Alison Radke - 39
Freda Schroeder - 4

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