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Spring 2007, Week 11

Posted by BowlingBot March 27, 2007 Spring 2007, Week 11 View Score Sheets

Spring 2007 Week 11 Robo-RecapThe eleventh week of Spring 2007 saw three teams climb in the standings, while four teams slipped. One bowler set a new personal best series, and two rolled new personal high games. Deena Slinkard picked up this week's high game (231) and series (472) for the women, while Pat Searcy earned this week's high game (235) and series (604) for the men. Read on for all the rest of the details!

First up, on lanes 15 & 16: Those 4 Bowlers tussled with Doll's Balls. While headlined by Seth Gunderson with his below-average 476 series, 4 Bowlers accomplished only 1 win against Doll's Balls. On the flipside, Ryan Doll drew the spotlight in Doll's Balls with his 503 (along with kudos to #1 Power-Ranked and Most Valuable Bowler Chris Lewis, as well as #1 Head-to-Head ) as his team took the series with 3 wins. Those 4 Bowlers remains in 5th place, while Doll's Balls move 1 spot to 6th.

week11On lanes 17 & 18: Frickin' Ten Pin sparred with King Pins. In spite of the prowess of Carl Goetz with his above-average 594 series, Ten Pin got swept by King Pins. Meanwhile, Duncan Ferber oversaw King Pins with his 521 as they swept the competition. Frickin' Ten Pin drops 1 spot in the standings to 9th place, while King Pins jump 2 spots to 7th.

On lanes 19 & 20: T.B.D. matched wits with Oily Balls. With T.B.D. forfeiting, all Oily Balls needed to do was roll within 40 pins of their combined team average each game. However, that would not be the case. In their battle to get within at least 40 pins of average, Pat Searcy showed off in Oily Balls with his 604 as his team took the series with 3 wins. T.B.D. remains in 10th place, while Oily Balls jump 2 spots to 2nd.

On lanes 21 & 22: X9XX accepted a challenge by Unstoppabowl. Topped by Stefan Miller with his 515 series, X9XX split the series with Unstoppabowl. Countering this, Cory Chorpenning mastered Unstoppabowl with his 543 (with props to #1 Head-to-Head bowler ) as they matched their opponent in wins. X9XX drops 1 spot in the standings to 4th place, while Unstoppabowl sinks 1 spot to 3rd.

Finally, down on lanes 23 & 24: Churn and Burn deliberately ate cheese sticks in front of Guttersluts. Even though highlighted by the skills of Jason Carpio with his below-average 481 series, Churn and Burn got swept by Guttersluts. Conversely, John Boren took the lead in Guttersluts with his 574 as they swept the competition. Churn and Burn plummets 2 spots in the standings to 8th place, while Guttersluts remain in 1st.

Bowlers who lied to their significant other claiming bowling was running long then went out for after-bowling drinks at The 200 Club include: Bill Krejci (212), Carl Goetz (214), Chris Lewis (214), Cory Chorpenning (226), Deena Slinkard (231), Duncan Ferber (202), Pat Searcy (235), and Seth Gunderson (200)

New personal high games were set tonight by Deena Slinkard (231, previous best 194) and Chris Lewis (214, previous best 198). In addition, a new personal best series was rolled by Chris Lewis (498, previous best 469).

Adding to the excitement, the 231 rolled by Deena Slinkard is this season's new high game among women.

The 231 rolled by Deena Slinkard is the new 5th-best women's game in league history!

In this week's Tournament of Champions brackets: Nobody claimed victory in Division 1 (though Carl Goetz came closest), while Stefan Miller creamed Division 2. Chris Lewis routed Division 3, and Daniel Bolton vanquished Division 4. Finally, John Boren (Division 1) conquered this week's Interdivisional bracket. In terms of overall points: John Boren dominates Division 1; Seth Gunderson leads Division 2; Deena Slinkard is in the driver's seat in Division 3; and Kendall Kukowski reigns over Division 4.

  • First, on lanes 15&16, 4th-place X9XX will spend some quality time with 2nd-place Oily Balls (hcp 18). X9XX is expected to maintain their current strength as they lose the series but avoid getting swept; while Oily Balls are forecast to raise their average while they enjoy their victories.
  • Moving to lanes 17&18, 5th-place Those 4 Bowlers (hcp 2) will compete against 8th-place Churn and Burn. 4 Bowlers might perform well and win the series; while Churn and Burn ought to hold steady as they avoid getting swept.
  • Then, over on lanes 19&20, 6th-place Doll's Balls (hcp 36) will share a couple of pitchers with 1st-place Guttersluts. Doll's Balls will likely roll decently, yet still manage to lose the series but avoid getting swept; while Guttersluts will probably hold steady as they enjoy their victories.
  • Next up, on lanes 21&22, 7th-place King Pins (hcp 15) will match wits with 10th-place T.B.D.. King Pins might perform well and win the series; while T.B.D. ought to hold steady as they avoid getting swept.
  • Finally, on lanes 23&24, 9th-place Frickin' Ten Pin will meet with 3rd-place Unstoppabowl (hcp 12). Ten Pin is predicted to maintain their current strength as they just barely lose the series; while Unstoppabowl is anticipated to hold steady as they enjoy their victories.
*(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!)


Chris Lewis
Runner Up:
(See Posting)


Chris Lewis
Runner Up:
Deena Slinkard


Kendall Kukowski
Runner Up:
Carl Goetz

"We're waiting Ken to get his other ball out."

Jamie Gibson, delayed from action by a stuck zipper.

Pos. Team name Record Percent Total Pins Change
1 Guttersluts 34.5-9.5 .784 20,165 n/a
2 Oily Balls 26.5-17.5 .602 22,002 +2
3 Unstoppabowl 26.5-17.5 .602 20,035 -1
4 X9XX 26-18 .591 21,348 -1
5 Those 4 Bowlers 22-22 .500 18,988 n/a
6 Doll's Balls 19.5-24.5 .443 18,622 +1
7 King Pins 18-26 .409 18,257 +2
8 Churn and Burn 17-27 .386 18,739 -2
9 Frickin' Ten Pin 15-29 .341 20,363 -1
10 T.B.D. 13-31 .295 14,671 n/a
Top Individual Achievements for Week 11
Men's High Series Scratch Women's High Series Scratch
Pat Searcy - 604
Carl Goetz - 594
John Boren - 574
Bill Krejci - 554
Cory Chorpenning - 543
Deena Slinkard - 472
Angela Bradford - 465
Freda Schroeder - 414
Andee Weinfurt - 385
Sara Bryant - 373
Men's High Series Handicap Women's High Series Handicap
Chris Lewis - 649
Kendall Kukowski - 631
Carl Goetz - 622
Pat Searcy - 620
Bill Krejci - 618
Deena Slinkard - 637
Sarah Buchanan - 604
Angela Bradford - 577
Ariel Waldman - 568
Andee Weinfurt - 550
Men's High Game Scratch Women's High Game Scratch
Pat Searcy - 235
Cory Chorpenning - 226
Chris Lewis - 214
Carl Goetz - 214 (t)
Bill Krejci - 212
Duncan Ferber - 202
Deena Slinkard - 231
Sarah Buchanan - 167
Freda Schroeder - 165
Angela Bradford - 160
Andee Weinfurt - 138
Men's High Game Handicap Women's High Game Handicap
Chris Lewis - 264
Pat Searcy - 240
Cory Chorpenning - 234
Bill Krejci - 233
Carl Goetz - 223
Stefan Miller - 223 (t)
Deena Slinkard - 286
Sarah Buchanan - 251
Ariel Waldman - 209
Freda Schroeder - 200
Angela Bradford - 197
Men's Pins Over Average Women's Pins Over Average
Chris Lewis - 77
Pat Searcy - 42
Daniel Bolton - 40
Bill Krejci - 39
Cory Chorpenning - 37
Deena Slinkard - 100
Sarah Buchanan - 72
Ariel Waldman - 28
Ginger O'Reilly - 14
Jamie Gibson - 13

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