$25 Singles Pot Games (Covers all 8 Games Pays 1:8)
$40 Doubles Pot Games (Covers all 8 Games Pays 1:10)
$10 Singles 8th Game Super Side Pot (Pays 1:8)
$15 Optional Singles (Pays 1:8)
$5 Singles Brackets. Brackets Run games 2-4 & 5-7
$10 Doubles Bracket. Brackets Run games 3-5
The dress code is casual. Jeans and T-shirts are ok.
Cash only same day payout.
The Tournament will consist of eight games of match play bowling. Teams will draw for their first game lane assignment. Standings will be determined by match play wins and secondly by total pinfall. Games 2 through 8 will be position rounds. No match may end in a tie. Both members of the Team will throw one ball at a full rack. The two shots combined will determine the winner of the match. The tiebreaker will be bowled on the lane that the Team played their 10th frame. Left lane will bowl first. If still tied after first tiebreaker additional tiebreakers will be required until tie is broken, the teams will alternate lanes after each tie breaker.
Ashley and Johns Outlast the Field in First Outlaw Match Play Doubles
Ken Johns did exactly what you are supposed to do when your doubles partner starts off struggling; he threw strikes. Ross Ashley started the day with 183 and 178 in games one and two, and then found a groove to go +210 for his last 6 games. Ken complimented that by putting in the best individual effort of the day at 1941 for 8 games. Their performance earned them the best 6-2 record for the day with a combined doubles total 3712 (+512).
Showing the best defensive effort of the day were John Curtis and Paul Herrera, although their total pinfall was 10th best in the 12 team field, they were the only other team to amass a 6-2 record for the day. Pauls 1741 and Johns 1652 was enough to carry their 3393 (+193) all the way to second place.
Finally, Sean Mamlok and Jason Ross rounded out the cashers with the best doubles pinfall of the tournament. With doubles games of 504 (game 2) and 514 (game 4, with 257 and 257), they put up a 3794 (+594) total and a 5-3 record to round out the top three and take the last cashing spot.
Other doubles efforts to be noticed were Eric Castellano and Noah Berger firing off a 511 series and Goldstein Jr. and Sr. putting together the best doubles game of the tournament with 515.
In the singles portion of the tournament; Ken Johns took home first with his 1941 ($160.00), followed by Jason Ross (1929, $90.00), Bernard Factora (1927, $50.00), and Noah Berger (1924, $30.00). As you can see it came down to the last few shots with all of our cashers averaging 240 in their individual efforts. And last but not least Sean Mamlok saved his best game for last shooting 275 to take home the $120.00 8th Game Super Sidepot.
We paid a total of $1260 in place money and $4165 for brackets and sidepots.
1. Ross Ashley & Ken Johns 6-2
2. Paul Herrera & John Curtis 6-2
3. Sean Mamlok & Jason Ross 5-3
4. Erick Johnson & Bernard Factora 5-3
5. Joe Goldstein Jr. & Joe Goldstein Sr. 4-4
6. Eric Castellano & Noah Berger 4-4
7. Michael Flynn & Lance Lopez 4-4
8. Kevin Mecham & Mark Peters 3-5
9. Allen Blansette & Mike Saraiva 3-5
10. Brent Bridges & Raymond Vasquez 3-5
11 .Brett Brumley & Jason Wood 3-5
12. Robert Griffin & Greg Hall Sr. 2-6
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