Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Tuesday Doubles Update 7.1.08

PJ and Rob are in last place - They Blow

Everything just got a whole lot closer...

The Tuesday Doubles League just got a lot tighter as Team 17, last weeks leader, lost 4 games to drop to 4th place. 11 Teams are within 8 points of the top with 6 weeks to go. Slowly but surely, the cream is rising to the top as big guns are making their move. Mike and Mike, who are shooting great are tied with Sarah and Andy. Andy shot 1255 Tuesday, wow…

Third place, 1 point out is the 1973 champ and Matt (who is bowling like ass)…tied with Gene and Bill King. 5th place belongs to Andy and Jeff and the next 6 teams are within striking distance.

It is going to be a fun six weeks…here are the standings.

Rank

Team Name

Bowlers

Total


Points

1

Team 8

Mike Marchak and Mike Steil

38

2

Team 6

Sarah Levin and Andy Loose

38

3

The Koljackoffs #2

Matt Koljack and Lou Vasselli

37

4

Team 17

Gene Bandola and Bill King

37

5

#16 Burger Kings

Jeff Meyer and Andy DeCaluwe

36

6

Team 9

John Krone and Paul Bober

34

7

Team 21

Siran Khano and Steven Battersby

34

8

#23 Big Tyme

Tommy Smith and Jon Sipich

34

9

Team 4

Dennis and Mike Ritti

30

10

Team 19

Bill Switalski and Mike Kasten

30

11

Team 18

Kenny Hulbert and Justine Cronin

30

12

Team 5

Hugh Storey and Keith Sanders

28

13

Team 10

Sid Feiger and Mike Laxson

28

14

#3 House Cats Inc.

Cesar Benavides and Kevin Reinhardt

28

15

Team 11

Alex Hulbert and Ryan Unzicher

26

16

#14 Got Wood?

Jim Izrael and Woody Jarems

24

17

#15 W W Chicken Din

Kashia Kaufman and Kyle Larson

24

18

Team 12

Craig Kouros and Steve Griddell

22

19

Lefty Power #1

Mike Delmonico and Barry Harris

22

20

Solid #13

Daniela Martorano and Joshua Thompson

22

21

Team 7

Kyle Sheldone and Wally Papciak

18

22

#20 Hol-Pounders

Russ DeCaluwe and Chris Holman

18

23

Team 22

Ann Wasik and Mark Kraut

16

24

Team 24

PJ Stallone and Rob Deignan

14

13 comments:

  1. Who will be the first bowler to shoot 1300?

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  2. Ok, this may be a stupid question and I may very well be retarded, but how do you shoot 1255??? Don't you guys bowl 4 games??? 4 x 300 = 1200 so how can you bowl 1255? Is that with handicap? I'm confused...

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  3. 5 games bud. Due to the new lanes being put in we had to push a number of weeks to 5 games per week to account for the missed weeks.

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  4. just a question regarding this paying to be ahead in week 7? i know i wasn't alone when they said this and i don't think anybody said anything they are just hoping nobody does anything about it but i don't think being told in week 6 that as a team we have to be 100 dollars ahead in week 7. I myself pay week to week in that league and don't have the extra money to put up, so then I'm being told if we aren't ahead we forfeit all points that week. this wasn't stated in the rules in the beginning of the year either. what does everyone else think of this?

    Russ

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  5. Russ, I understand your point, but instead of telling/asking the blog this, you should have came and talked with me or John Krone as we mentioned. A handful of teams came to me to address this issue and we came to an agreement that worked for both sides, that is specific to their team's envelope status and financial status. You also need to remember that we are bowling a 14 week league in a 12 week span…that means the last 2 weeks of bowling need to be paid early…and as in most leagues you need to pay the last week or two of bowling early, for sort of a deposit to make sure you don’t quit the league in the middle. We have all been in a league or two where someone has quit the league in the middle of a season, for one reason or another, and their team and/or the league is scrambling to figure out what to do with the missing money.

    Here is some quick math:
    $25 x 14 weeks = $350 per bowler for the year

    The league is only bowling 12 weeks, and everyone is supposed to be paid by the end of week 11.

    $350 / 11 weeks = $31.82

    $31.82 x 7 weeks = $222.73

    If you averaged paying $31.82 a week, you would be really close to the $225 per bowler that the house is asking each team's bowler to be at.

    I do agree that this should be in the rules somewhere, and that is something we could do next year. There has never really been a problem with many bowlers/teams being so far behind in their envelope in the past, so this has never been an issue. However, even if all bowlers were just required to pay the normal $25 a week, there are only 10 teams that are at that pace or ahead of that. So there is a real problem throughout the league. This is not aimed directly at your team, so don't take it personally.

    If you have any more questions or comments you can reply to this posting or email me individually at kreinhardt@llames.com

    Thank you,
    Kevin

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  6. ok then we can discuss later thanx for the info!!

    Russ

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  7. For all the points we've given people this season they should be paying us....

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  8. How much do you need?

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  9. I'm going to practice! See if that does any good.

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  10. i know PJ i feel like since we are donating points we should get some cash in return lol!!

    Russ

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  11. Kevin... I tried to contact you last week about this on Wednesday I think.. Call me please. !!!!!

    It is about the envelope situation.

    ciao


    Dee

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