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Week 6 RoboRecap

Posted by BowlingBot September 25, 2018 Fall 2018, Week 6 View Score Sheets

The sixth week of Fall 2018 saw two teams climb in the standings, while one team slipped. One bowler set a new personal best series, and one rolled new personal high game. Monica Hufford picked up this week's high game (167) and series (446) for the women. As for the men, Russell Bingham snagged this week's high game with a 235, and high series was earned by Michael Mead with a 649. Read on for all the rest of the details!

First up, on lanes 3 & 4: Teeby Dee entered a showdown to the death with Gucci Lane. In spite of the leadership of Curtis Whiles with his 410 series, TBD accomplished only 1 win against Gucci. On the other side of the tracks, Michael Mead with his better-than-normal 649 series propped up Gucci as his team took the match with 3 wins. Teeby Dee remains in 9th place, while Gucci jumps 2 spots to 5th.

week6On lanes 5 & 6: Bowl Movements couldn't stop undressing with their eyes the members of Red Strikes Matter. While headlined by Conor Clarke with his 452 series, BMs got swept by Red Strikes. On the other lane, Most Valuable Bowler Sean Miller and his better-than-normal 505 series showed off for Red Strikes as they swept the competition. Bowl Movements remains in 10th place, while Red Strikes remain in 1st.

On lanes 7 & 8: Bowling For Beers deliberately ate cheese sticks in front of We Don't Give a Split. With the strength of #1 Power Ranked and #1 Head-to-Head Jeremy Varnell and his spectacular 530 series, Beers split the series with Split Not Given. As this was happening, Carl Goetz with his 600 series inspired Split Not Given as they matched their opponent in wins. Bowling For Beers remains in 8th place, while Split Not Given remains in 6th.

On lanes 9 & 10: In a matchup that could almost be considered unfair, the wrathful 8 Balls alternated splits with the dark horse Open Frames R Us. Highlighting the skills of Russell Bingham with his 541 series, 8-Balls collected a clean sweep over Open Frames. On the adjacent lane, Monica Hufford with her 446 series reigned supreme within Open Frames despite her team getting swept. 8 Balls remains in 2nd place, while Open Frames plunge 3 spots to 7th.

Finally, down on lanes 11 & 12: Serious Bowlers had a delightful time with BDE. In spite of top-billing by Aaron Barber with his 561 series, Serious Bs accomplished only 1 win against BDE. As for the opposition, Jeremy Cline with his better-than-normal 547 series laid down the law for BDE as his team took the match with 3 wins. Serious Bowlers remains in 3rd place, while BDE moves 1 spot to 4th.

Bowlers paying far too much for well vodka at The 200 Club include: Aaron Barber (204), Carl Goetz (201,225), Jonathan Vigliaturo (217), Michael Mead (234,234), Rob Kaszuba (202), and Russell Bingham (235)

A new personal high game was set tonight by Jeremy Varnell (198, previous best 185). In addition, a new personal best series was rolled by Jeremy Varnell (530, previous best 489).

Adding to the excitement, the 649 rolled by Michael Mead is this season's new high series for men.

In this week's Tournament of Champions brackets: Rob Kaszuba claimed victory in Division 1, while Sean Miller triumphed over his enemies in Division 2. Jeremy Varnell routed Division 3, and Chuck Kissee dominated Division 4. Finally, Phil Schroeder (Division 2) won this week's Interdivisional bracket. In terms of overall points: Rob Kaszuba and Nick Kinney lead Division 1 in a tie; Scott Murdock governs Division 2; Neil Hufford runs the show in Division 3; and Chuck Kissee reigns over Division 4.

NEXT WEEK:

  • First, on lanes 3&4, 2nd-place 8 Balls will compete against 10th-place Bowl Movements (hcp 167). 8-Balls are expected to perform weakly, yet still manage to win the series; while BMs are forecast to hold steady as they avoid getting swept.
  • Moving to lanes 5&6, 8th-place Bowling For Beers (hcp 25) will share a couple of pitchers with 7th-place Open Frames R Us. Beers might maintain their current strength as they lose the series but avoid getting swept; while Open Frames ought to hold steady as they enjoy their victories.
  • Then, over on lanes 7&8, 3rd-place Serious Bowlers will spend some quality time with 9th-place Teeby Dee (hcp 120). Serious Bs will likely roll decently and sweep the series; while TBD will probably hold steady as they endure a rough night.
  • Next up, on lanes 9&10, 1st-place Red Strikes Matter will hang out with 4th-place BDE (hcp 36). Red Strikes might see their averages fall off a cliff as they get swept; while BDE ought to hold steady as they rack up a sweep.
  • Finally, on lanes 11&12, 6th-place We Don't Give a Split will chill with 5th-place Gucci Lane (hcp 44). Split Not Given is predicted to maintain their current strength as they sweep the series; while Gucci is anticipated to drop their average a bit while they endure a rough night.

*(Remember, the predicted results above are based on mathematical extrapolations and can be changed by all sorts of factors. If you don't like how your team's results are predicted, you and your teammates have the power to prove the math wrong!)

THIS WEEK'S MVB


Sean Miller
Runner Up:
(See Posting)

  #1 POWER BOWLER


Jeremy Varnell
Runner Up:
Michael Mead

  #1 H2H BOWLER


Jeremy Varnell
Runner Up:
Jeremy Cline

  FROM THE GUTTER (GUTTER QUOTE)
"Is Jonathan blind or is he just being very consistent? No, wait, he's here, I remember feeling his shape pressed against me back in game 1."

Scoot, after noticing JV's string of identical (or similar) spares at the start of game 3.

EXPANDED STANDINGS
Pos. Team name Record Percent Total Pins Change
1 Red Strikes Matter 20-4 .833 11,194 n/a
2 8 Balls 17-7 .708 12,741 n/a
3 Serious Bowlers 14-10 .583 12,172 n/a
4 BDE 13-11 .542 10,362 +1
5 Gucci Lane 12-12 .500 10,846 +2
6 We Don't Give a Split 11-13 .458 11,014 n/a
7 Open Frames R Us 11-13 .458 9,630 -3
8 Bowling For Beers 9-15 .375 9,332 n/a
9 Teeby Dee 7-17 .292 9,469 n/a
10 Bowl Movements 6-18 .250 8,741 n/a

Top Individual Achievements for Week 6
Men's High Series Scratch Women's High Series Scratch
Michael Mead - 649
Carl Goetz - 600
Aaron Barber - 561
Jeremy Cline - 547
Russell Bingham - 541
Monica Hufford - 446
Freda Schroeder - 393
Alison Radke - 383
Emily Nicolet - 347
JoAnne Gordon - 323
Men's High Series Handicap Women's High Series Handicap
Jeremy Varnell - 690
Michael Mead - 663
Jeremy Cline - 647
Rob Kaszuba - 644
Sean Miller - 617
Alison Radke - 579
Emily Nicolet - 558
Monica Hufford - 551
JoAnne Gordon - 505
Freda Schroeder - 503
Men's High Game Scratch Women's High Game Scratch
Russell Bingham - 235
Michael Mead - 234
Carl Goetz - 225
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 217
Aaron Barber - 204
Monica Hufford - 167
Alison Radke - 142
Freda Schroeder - 137
Emily Nicolet - 121
JoAnne Gordon - 111
Men's High Game Handicap Women's High Game Handicap
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 253
Jeremy Varnell - 251
Russell Bingham - 247
Rob Kaszuba - 242
Michael Mead - 238
Alison Radke - 207
Monica Hufford - 202
Emily Nicolet - 191
Freda Schroeder - 173
JoAnne Gordon - 171
Men's Pins Over Average Women's Pins Over Average
Jeremy Varnell - 65
Jonathan Vigliaturo - 63
Rob Kaszuba - 52
Russell Bingham - 51
Michael Mead - 40
Alison Radke - 24
Monica Hufford - 11
Emily Nicolet - 9


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