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Ridealgh Fires 300, Vandermeer Rolls 782 Triple
FEBRUARY 21, 2015


Bowling Scores for Week of Feb 21

 

        Bill Ridealgh and Rob Vandermeer were the top bowlers in Lambton County Tenpin Association bowling action this past week.

          Ridealgh fired his career third perfect game in the Sunday Morning Men’s League at Marcin Bowl. He accomplished the gem on lanes 17 & 18 in his second game ending the day with 738 (300 – 91 pins over average).

          Vandermeer rolled 782 (256-258-268) in the Triple A Mixed League at Marcin Bowl to record the high triple of the week.

        Marcin Bowl Shoot Out Six will take place on March 3rd at 6:30. Come out and try your luck on challenging PBA lane oil conditions. Melissa Crowe will be the bowler to beat as she won Marcin Bowl Shoot Out Five.

         Roy Mezzatesta tossed 766 (258-230-278) in Marcin Border City Men’s League combat. He was pursued by Brandon Gauthier 705 (279), Dan Chopp 696 (269), Kevin McMillan 687 (225-246), Rob Vandermeer 678 (228-237), Jim Burgess 667 (268), Shane Chipman 661 (278), Kevin Storozuk 652 (236-245), Dan Vandermeer 649 (244), Rod Honke 646, Brad Cook 258, Dean Troiani 243, Pat McMillan 236, Stephane Sirois 234, Roy Elliott 225, Don Oetting 225 and Dave LeClair 224. Team standings are Marcin Bowl Two 102, W. J. Barnes 90, Lehder 88, TSM Mechanical 86, Up Rite Door Ltd. 86, Marcin Bowl 80, Bayshore Home Health 75, Sarnia Produce 71, Lambton Metal Services 71, Lola’s Lucky Lounge 71 and Paddy Flaherty’s Irish Pub 65.

         Kevin McMillan bowled 756 (222-267-267) in Marcin Thursday Night Mixed League activity. He was tailed by Shane Chipman 735 (222-267-246), Kevin Dunn 697 (253-221-223), John Kelley 694 (276-236), Butch Wilson 635 (225-236), Pete Baker 605 (224) and Butch Goodacre 217. The ladies’ upper scores were Janice McMillan 598 (234), Miranda David 557 (221), Betty Baldwin 537 (213), Carley Gibb 519, Colleen Baldwin 504 (215), Denise Harrington 192 and Robin  Stephenson 190. Team standings are Red Hot Chilly Peppers 107, Rainbow Chips 88, Strike Gold 88, Tickled Pink 83, Sandbaggers 82, Red Snappers 78, Black Sabbeth 74, Blue Moon 72, Purple Haze 69, Blue Balls 67, Pink Lloyd’s 58 and Green Alley Gato 58.

          Dave Willson wheeled 747 (258-280 – 82 pins over average) in Marcin Sunday Morning Men’s League rivalry. He was followed by George Reid 721 (267-249), Jim Creasor 716 (245-248), Jordan Croskery 711 (280 – 80 pins over average – 236), Kevin Lyon 703 (256-237), Jamie Ridealgh 700 (259), Ralph MacDuff 684 (268), Stephane Sirois 672 (232-230), Kyle Skinner 671 (232-250), Adam Pinel 666 (246), Tom Stokes 664 (255), Rob Ladenchuk 663 (261), Tom Ladenchuk 654 (247), Tony Spano 653 (237), Corey Willemsen 652, Doug Black 279, Al Phillion 256, Mike Marciniszyn 255, Brad Cook 249, Jordan Cote 248, Justin Romanik 236, Lou King 233, Rob Vandermeer 232, Rob Lariviere 231 and Kyle Adamson 231. Team standings are Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 111, J & K Construction 91, Team Outfitters 89, Alliance Fab 88, Micor Sports 87, Cargill 86, The Leaky Tank 85, Mike’s Hairstyling 84, Courtright Variety 79, Jacobs Industrial Services 75, Crossroad – CL 69 and Little Caesar’s 62.

        Kyle Adamson recorded 725 (278-246) in Marcin Bluewater Monday Night Men’s League competition. He was stalked by Jason Lapointe 722 (235-243-244), Chad Zonneville 714 (258-246), Jim Creasor 700 (248-245), Brian Watson 699 (279), Chris Luke 692 (230-238), Jeff Raymond 683 (234-234), George Reid 677 (258), Billy Best 676 (233-258), Steve Schincariol 674 (254 – 81 pins over average and 155 pins over average for three games), Roy Mezzatesta 665 (237-248), Mike Marciniszyn 662 (234), Pat Lacasse 650 (232), Connor Smith 244, Jim Lapointe 242, Larry Plumb 238,Pat McMillan 236, Matthew Thompson 233, Jay Chipman 232 and Louie Willemsen 231.Stoke’s Inland, consisting of team members Al Scott, Chris Luke, Mike Marciniszyn and Pat Lacasse, had all spares or strikes in their second game.  Team standings are Marcin Bowl 100, Stoke’s Inland 98, Napa Auto 91, Wired 88, Ligate Signs 88, Best Automotive 86, We’re Wired Two 86, Rotork 84, Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 80, Danbury Homes 80, Northgate Home Hardware 78, Gutterballs Restaurant 76, RJ Rau & Associates 72, Team Outfitters 71, Monteith/Sutherland 71, Jerry’s TV 70, Lamsar 69, ODS Printing 68 and Maggots 66.

         Larry Plumb tossed 707 (248-227-232) in Marcin Thursday Night Men’s League exploits. He was chased by Jim Lapointe 703 (230-246-227), Kevin Herron 658 (235-239), Jordan Cote 656 (267), Jean Lacroix Jr. 639 (267), Mark White 633 (254 – 77 pins above average), Ryan Skinner 247, Scott Salmons 247, George Reid 235 and Brian Dubreuil 229. Team standings are Canadian National ATM 117, The Young Plugs 116, Lambton Alloys 114, Marcin Bowl 106, Top Coat Painting 97, Tomlinson Enterprises 94, D & D Flooring Installations 92, Morlo Yardscapes 89, Billie Box 86 and Lehder Environmental 84.

        In Hi-Way RCAFA 403 Wing Mixed League fun, the men’s best scores were Steve Lewicki 684 (280), Mel Matthews 601 (224), John Walker 575 (214) and Jim Barber 551 (211). The ladies’ main scores were Marnie Majeski 520 (210), Shannon Burr 500 (198), Dot Goodman 474 (170), Denise Walker 448 (166) and Evelyn White 166.

       In Hi-Way Target Trios Mixed League activity, Nathan Atchinson was the men’s top roller with 679 (258-207-214) while Tone Verbeek took care of the ladies high scores with 593 (200-190-193).

        In Marcin 1046 Mixed League play, the men’s upper scores were Jordan Cote 666 (235), Tyler Robertson 612 (225-205 – 147 pins over for three games), Scott Salmons 605 (234), Larry Plumb 604 (235), Joe Borody 593 (224), Brian Core 560 (217), Todd Amerlinck 211, Steve Brander 205 and Corey Lefebvre 203. The women’s top scores were Kaye Brander 513 (202), Colleen Grant 454 (177), Liette Schafer 425, Kylee Kilner 419 and Kristen Robertson 415. Team standings are Kristen’s Kingpins 108, The Wolfpack 97, A Family Affair 89, The Bowling Dead 88, We Need The Handicap 88, Larry’s Lemons 87, Reaney’s Renegades 80, Team Eight 74, The Speedballz 66 and Last To Last 63.

         Topping off the men’s scores from the Marcin Triple A Mixed League were Ernie Anderson 648 (220-236), Joe Csercsics 639 (244), Quincy VanEkeren 629 (244), Ross McCorquodale 597 (224), Len Duister 564, Mike McGrath 222, Roger Croteau 220, Ken Nimmo 216, Dave Jones 213, Jamie Stokes 212 and Steve Bida 194. The ladies’ noted scores were Susan McGrath 592 (211-201), Michelle Drew Jones 545 (202), Marg McCorquodale 525 (183), Dianne Waddell 506, Kathy Lynett 491 (185), Shelley Thompson 481 (180), Jeannine Bacon 476, Dianne Fletcher 475 and Maggie Vandermeer 472. Team standings are Steel Magnolia 30, Tiger Blossom 29, Weeping Willows 29, Maple Sap 24, Sycamore 23, Hangmans Elm 21, Mahogany 21, Money Tree 21, Pussy Willows 19, Black Walnut 13, Sparing Sequoias 12 and Iron Wood 10.

          In Marcin Tuesday Night Ladies League action, leading scores were Dawn Pelkie 615 (222), Janice McMillan 598 (234), Laura Robertson 563 (236), Diane Willemsen 542 (215), Shirley Matthews 523 (189) and Jocelyn VanEkeren 519 (192). Team standings are Smiley Girlz 309, Team Eight 300, Mel’s Angels 293, Split Decision 284, Investors Group 271, B.J’s 261, M.V.B’s 253 and Lucky Seven 224.

        In Marcin Sarnia Reserve Mixed League activity, the women’s top scores Julie Young 525 (186), Annette George 492 (189), Lana White 469 (204 – 74 pins over average) and Becky Adams 440 (166). The men’ high scores were John Adams 625 (231), Roger Williams 578 (208), Darren Adams 547 (225) and Harrison Plain 499 (188).

         In Marcin Sunday Morning Ladies League play, leading scores were Deb Jones 602 (279 – 119 pins over average), Cheryl Millar 542 (199), Brenda Dennis 530 (216), Joy Timington 478 and Steph Chambers 467 (205). Team standings are Strikers 54, Banana Splitz 53, Alley-Oops 50, We’ve Been Framed 49, Pairs And Spares 39 and Head Pins 39.

        In Marcin Friday Night Mixed League fun, the ladies’ high scores were Sue Glassford 474 (205 – 73 pins above average), Annette Urban 442, Denise Thomas 433 (173), Barbara Heckley 428, Bonnie VanGrimberghe 422 (185) and Hillary Millar 139 – 64 pins above average. The men were led by Dave Urban 600 (210), Paul Heckley 574 (235), Richard Murphy 531 (190), Ray Lucas 520 (192), Bob LaFramboise 507, Ken Hearns 197, Jason Armitage 194 and Dave Little 190. Team standings are Bowling Stones 33, Ten Pin Wizards 27, Strike Club 21, Bowlieve It Or Not 20, Alley Masters 19, Pairs And Spares 19, Pick Up Artists 17, Alley-Oops 17, Lane Rangers 14 and Split Personalities 13.

        In Airey Lanes Thursday Ladies Happy Hour League action, leading scores were Karen Corr 443 (151), Adwina Whitsitt 439 (155), Sharon Townes 409 and Kate Miller 151. Team standings are “Hot Dogs” 121, Donkey Kong’s 105, Lamb Chops 100, Ditch Pig 95, Rocking Horse 93 and Cow Patti’s 86.

        In Marcin St. Joe’s Mixed League activity, the men’s top scores were Joe Borody 600 (226), Joe Bourgeois 599 (247), Richard Murphy 591 (218) and Marcel Lajoie 193. The women’s best scores were Diane Albert 457, Nicole Johnson 440, Christina Rogers 175 and Toni Verbeek 172.

         In the Hi-Way Youth Senior division, high scores were Alex Pak 626 (229-228), Brett Zevenbergen 580 (209) and Connor Smith 201.

         In the Hi-Way Youth Intermediate division, the girls’ noted scores were Kira Pelkie 498 (179-165) and Taelor Koundakjian 468 (189-169). On the boys’ side, top scores were Ben Lapointe 541 (185-184), Tyler Hoadley 427 (153), Cameron Verberg-Buchan 416 and Colton Smith 382.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Junior division, the girls’ notable scores were Isadora Tremblay 443 (168-141), Katarena Vandeguchte 417 (149-141), Shayla Crouse 416 (143-141) and Kaela Koundakjian 356. The boys’ upper scores were Noah Best 551 (220-182), Devon Crowe 530 (183), Nick Lapointe 482 (183) and Domenic Cocozzoli 441.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Senior Preps division, the girls’ main scores were Amber Watson 402 (157-129) and Elizabeth Schuyler 257 (103). The boys’ top rollers were Bryce Watson 395 (140), Chad Crouse 389 (139) and Jarod Pelkie 389 (154-143).

        In the Hi-Way Youth Junior Preps division, leading scores were Gavin Baillie 388 (147), Blake Ingles 387 (144), Riley Wagner-Gosselin 353 (143), William LaFramboise 351 (136) and Laurianne Tremblay 241 (90-87).

        In the Hi-Way Youth Bantams division, the girls’ were led by Elsa McKinley 316 (114), Tyleigh Winger 301 (112) and Kyleigh Beauvais Chad 262. The boys’ high shooters were Alex Majeski 322 (121), Jake Coggins 299 (126), Zachary Ingles 207 (92) and Samuel Schuyler 196.   

         In the Marcin SMAA Senior/Intermediate division, the ladies’ best scores were Mikayla Durley 432 (153) and Ashley Toulouse 303. The gents’ top scores were Brian Riberdy 540 (193), Branden Riberdy 522 (201), Quincy VanEkeren 520 (196), Joshua Trott 501 (196) and Lucas Pawley 425.

        In the Marcin SMAA Juniors division, the girls’ high scores were Morgan Pelkie 529 (193-200), Hollie-Anne Jean 364 (126-127), Madison Kehler 344 (134) and Abbey Yates-Strangway 264. The boys’ upper scores were Ethan Boucher 494 (198-173), Jacob Bestard 424 (158) and Aiden Osborn 392 (151).

       In the Marcin SMAA Preps division, the girls’ best scores were Emily Power 330 (130) and Skylar Thompson 287. The boys’ main scores were Cam Parkkila 457 (148-169), Jordan Button 411 (143-146), Ryan Pinel 386 (143), Noah Gauthier 343 (123) and Jaden Gare 343 (142).

        In the Marcin SMAA Senior Bantams division, the girls’ top scores were Mya Hanley 289 (111), Cecelia Rochon 286 (129 – 76 pins over average) and Olivia Quaid 169 (59). The boys’ noted scores were Taylor Button 265 (101), Brody Manley 215 (83), Koby Brace 152 (62) and Nathan LeClair 108 (53).

 

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