Most Valuable Bowlers 

Each week your tried and true bowling site will go through a number of factors that will determine who, above anyone else, was that week's most valuable bowler. It's a series of equations that take into consideration the things that determine whose individual efforts provided their team with the most valuable performance that evening. If you shoot a 600 but your team wins only one game it looks like you just didn't do enough to lift your team. Even when Michael Jordan dropped 63 points against the Celtics to set the all-time NBA Playoffs scoring record did his individual efforts provide enough to win his team that game. It's all about the victories, it's all about the victories.At the very end of the league, an overall MVB will be determined.

Week 11:

JoAnne Barber
JoAnne bowled over average in 2 of 3 games.With a high game of 161 - a thrilling 35 pins over average - she contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, JoAnne was single-handedly responsible for all of these wins. This is JoAnne's third MVB this season and the 5th in her career.
Runner-Up: James Tott
Week 10:

Scott Murdock
Scott bowled over average in 2 of 3 games.With a high game of 193 - a respectable 16 pins over average - he contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, Scott was single-handedly responsible for 1 of these wins. This is Scott's second MVB this season and the 17th in his career.
Runner-Up: Dennis Walling
Week 9:

Scott Murdock
Scott bowled over average in 2 of 3 games.With a high game of 235 - a spectacular 62 pins over average - he contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, Scott was single-handedly responsible for all of these wins. This is Scott's first MVB this season and the 16th in his career.
Runner-Up: Jeremy Varnell
Week 8:

Dennis Walling
Dennis bowled over average in 3 of 3 games.With a high game of 222 - an amazing 45 pins over average - he contributed to 3 team victories. This is Dennis' first MVB this season and the 4th in his career.
Runner-Up: None
Week 7:

Jeremy Varnell
Jeremy bowled over average in 3 of 3 games.With a high game of 151 - a powerful 20 pins over average - he contributed to 3 team victories. In fact, Jeremy was single-handedly responsible for 2 of these wins. This is Jeremy's first MVB this season and the second in his career.
Runner-Up: Michael Whiles
Week 6:

No one
No bowlers qualified this week.
Runner-Up: None
Week 5:

JoAnne Barber
JoAnne bowled over average in 3 of 3 games.With a high game of 138 - a respectable 15 pins over average - she contributed to 2 team victories. This is JoAnne's second MVB this season and the 4th in her career.
Runner-Up: Curtis Whiles
Week 4:

Aaron Barber
Aaron bowled over average in 3 of 3 games.With a high game of 225 - a thrilling 39 pins over average - he contributed to 3 team victories. In fact, Aaron was single-handedly responsible for 2 of these wins. This is Aaron's first MVB this season and the 7th in his career.
Runners-Up: James Tott, Michael Whiles
Week 3:

James Tott
James bowled over average in 3 of 3 games.With a high game of 212 - a spectacular 54 pins over average - he contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, James was single-handedly responsible for 1 of these wins. This is James' second MVB this season and the 6th in his career.
Runner-Up: Michael Gordon
Week 2:

JoAnne Barber
JoAnne bowled over average in 2 of 3 games.With a high game of 129 - a respectable 9 pins over average - she contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, JoAnne was single-handedly responsible for 1 of these wins. This is JoAnne's first MVB this season and the third in her career.
Runner-Up: Dennis Walling
Week 1:

James Tott
James bowled over average in 2 of 3 games.With a high game of 201 - a thrilling 35 pins over average - he contributed to 2 team victories. In fact, James was single-handedly responsible for 1 of these wins. This is James' first MVB this season and the 5th in his career.
Runners-Up: Jeremy Varnell, JoAnne Barber


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