Lapointe Makes History Rolling Back to Back Perfect Games

MONDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2016
COMMUNITY NEWS


Bowling Scores for Week Ending Feb. 13, 2016
 

            History was made this week in Lambton County Tenpin Association bowling action as Jim Lapointe fired back to back sanctioned perfect games. This accomplishment has never happened before in the old Sarnia And District Tenpin Association and the present LCTA until this past Thursday night at Marcin Bowl. 

        Lapointe was wheeling an explosive ball as he posted 845 (300 Ė 82 pins over average Ė 300 -245 Ė 191 pins over average for three games) in the Marcin Thursday Night Menís League. He was participating on lanes 33 & 34 tossing his career 3rd and 4th perfect games in his first two games of the night. He rolled the first 27 strikes leaving a 4 pin on his next shot, ending the night with 33 out of a possible 36 strikes in route to his career 3rd 800 series. They were his first perfect games at Marcin Bowl. His other two 300ís were tossed at Hi-Way Bowl.

        Honourable mention goes to Chris Chaves, Dawn Pelkie, Brett Zevenbergen and Steve Lewicki for their efforts on the lanes.

         Chaves was the menís winner of the LCTA Scholarship Handicap Tournament which was held from January 11th to January 24th at Airey Lanes, Hi-Way Bowl and Marcin Bowl. He secured the victory in the Thursday Night Menís League at Marcin Bowl.

         Pelkie was the ladies winner of the LCTA Scholarship Handicap Tournament recording the triumph in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at Marcin Bowl. 

          Zevenbergen, a youth bowler partaking in the RCAFA 403 Mixed League at Hi-Way Bowl, had a great night tossing 719 (264).

          Lewicki hurled 290- 11 strikes in a row in the RCAFA 403 Mixed Wing League at Hi-Way Bowl.         .

           The menís and ladies Scholarship Handicap Tournament was held over a two week period with bowlers competing against each other in different leagues. Each bowler paid a nominal entry fee and used their scores for that particular night. Half of the entry fee went into the Youth Scholarship Fund and the other half was paid out to the winning bowlers. There were 167 menís entries. The top eight paid positions in the menís division with their total score with games over 250 and scratch scores in brackets were  Chris Chaves 866 Ė 259 - (674), Mark Brooker 838 (643), Caulin Fraser 833 Ė 257 - (614), Mike Marciniszyn 832 Ė 279-255 (760), Brian Long 829 (652), Al Scott  828 (687), John Lynett 822 (570) and Seth Hicks 821 (581). Scratch scores over 700 were Steve Lewicki 779 (253-269-257), Mike Shephard 744 (267), Steve Lewicki 733 (269), Pat Lacasse 727 (255), Dave LeClair 705 (279-258), Kevin McMillan 703 (259), Steve Lewicki 703, Glenn Crowe 700 (300) and Chris Luke 700 (253). Other games over 250 were Corey Willemsen 276, Mike Marciniszyn 269, Dave LeClair 260, Rob Vandermeer 258, Jim Lapointe 258, Stephane Sirois 258 and Roy Mezzatesta 258.

        There were 112 entries in the ladies division. The top six paid positions with their total score with games over 210 and scratch scores in brackets were Dawn Pelkie 855 Ė 235-255 (696), Melissa Crowe 830 Ė 247-278 (710), Kate Phillips 819 (465), Jeannine Bacon 813 (492), Pearl Brown 803 (497) and Diane Ross 800 (446). Scratch triples over 600 were Pam Marciniszyn 705 (224-246-235), Dara Sinclair 605 (211-236) and Laura Robertson 603 (219). Other games over 210 were Kathryn Tetreault 223, Janice McMillan 220, Bev Rankin 212 and Susan McGrath 210.  

           Marcin Bowl Shoot Out Six will take place on March 1st at 6:30. If thirty two bowlers take the challenge, there will be 16 qualifying spots.

           Dennis Ramsay rolled 731 (258-236-237) in Marcin Bluewater Monday Night Menís League combat. He was pursued by  Roy Mezzatesta 712 (241-246), Mike Shephard 692 (278), Peter English 683 (247), Kyle Adamson 678 (248), Rob Plamondon 674 (236-246), Brian Watson 673 (246), Dan Cook 671 (255), Billy Best 667 (258), Rob Vandermeer 661 (257), Corey Willemsen 651 (246), Ralph MacDuff 650 (265), Quincy VanEkeren 268, Mark Colbran 259, Jeff Chortos 257, Jim Burgess 257, Pat McMillan 255, Mark McCarthy 244-237, Andre Dion 240, Pat Lacasse 238, Ray Lucas 238 Craig Ferreira 236, Mike McGrath 232 and Bob Spence 231. Team standings are Bains BBQ 26, Stokeís Inland 24, Watson Timber Mart 24, Napa Auto 24, Team Outfitters 23, Monteith/Sutherland 22, Northgate Home Hardware 21, Lamsar 20, Best Automotive 19, Danbury Homes 18, Pin-a-trators 18, Jerryís TV 17, Marcin Bowl 15, Sarnia Wilding Doors 13, ODS Printing 13, Gutterballs Restaurant 12, Bluewater Ideas 12, Ligate Signs 12, Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 11 and Maggots 6. 

        Ralph MacDuff fired 728 (245-279) in Marcin Sunday Morning Menís League rivalry. He was chased by  Dennis Ramsay 719 (236-259), Jamie Ridealgh 696 (268-237), Kyle Skinner 694 (258-236), Dan Beauvais  690 (233-242), Bill Ridealgh 687 (257), Scott Salmons 677 (252), Brandon Gauthier 675 (241-249), Brad Cook 669 (245), Kyle Adamson 668 (244), Doug Black 662, Kevin Lyon 662 (244), Jeff Raymond 649 (234), Johnny Wilkinson 649 (245), Wilson Plain 277 Ė 83 pins over average, Mike Marciniszyn 258, Matt Salmons 247, Adam Pinel 247, Bob Chambers 246, Nathan Gonzalez 237, Justin Romanik 237, Alex Matena 237, Tom Stokes 236, Curtis Geauvreau 234, Steve Lewicki 233 and Dave Jones 231. Team standings are Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 94, Alliance Fab 85, Jacobs Industrial Services 85, Team Outfitters 84, Courtright Variety 83, Lambton Alloys 79, Mikeís Hairstyling 74, Cabot 73, The Leaky Tank 71, Crossroad Ė Cl 62 and Cargill 59.

       Kevin Matthews pitched 712 (246-255) in Marcin Thursday Night Border City Menís League competition. He was trailed by Stephane Sirois 660 (236), Dean Troiani 657 (245), Shane Chipman 638 (226-234), Ernie Anderson 637 (221), Rod Honke 633 (222), Roy Mezzatesta 633 (224), Brett Matthews 624 (235-221), Bill Cole 623, Mark Brooker 234, Tim Hutton 233, Mike Mezzatesta 232 and Patrick Mumby 221. Brandon Gauthier had 714 (246-279) on a bowl off. Team standings are Lehder Environmental 95, Sarnia Produce 83, Marcin Bowl Two 80, Up Rite Door Ltd. 75, Marcin Bowl 71, W. J. Barnes Ltd. 69, TSM Mechanical 67, Lolaís Lucky Lounge 65, Bayshore Home Health 65 and Lambton Metal Works 65.  

       Rounding out the scores from the Marcin Thursday Nigh Menís League were Jean Lacroix Jr. 688 (247-235), Roy Mezzatesta 675 (227-224-224), Jamie Ridealgh 659 (279), Peter MacRae 657 (232-266), Larry Plumb 655 (235-246), Tony Spano 655 (236-239), Joe Durocher 234, Steve Cote 234, Marcel Lajoie 232, Shawn Cotterill 227, Scott McCormick  225-224 and Mel Kongus 222. Team standings are The Young Plugs 109, Watch And See 107, Canadian National ATM 105, Morlo Yardscapes 93, Lambton Alloys 89, D & D Flooring Installations 89, Marcin Bowl 80, Billie Box 78, Top Coat Painting 77, Lehder Environmental 75 and Tomlinson Enterprises 61.

       In Marcin Thursday Night Mixed League fun, the ladiesí top scores were Pam Marciniszyn 687 (286), Janice McMillan 552 (203), Patricia David 533 (192), Meghan Monk 527 (206), Miranda David 525, Carley Gibb 518 (193) and Deb Archer 513 (193). The gentlemenís high scores were Kevin McMillan 645 (236), Kevin Dunn 644 (220-223), Adam Pinel 595 (217), Al McChesney 232, Butch Wilson 213, John Kelley 210 and Pete Baker 200. Team standings are Nicís Ninjaís 90, Elastic B.A.N.D.S 81, The X-Men 80, Mighty Mouse 79, The Peephole Avenger 78, Green Lanterns 77, Fantastic Four Bowlers 75, Mighty Minions 71, Ghost Busters Five 69, Fantastic Five 65, Captain Canuck 63 and Guardian Of The Alleys 54.

       In Marcin Sarnia Aamjiwnaang Mixed League play, the menís upper scores were Allan Little 650 (237-212 Ė 161 pins over average for three games), Greg Gray 628 (234-211) and Jason Armitage 223. The womenís noted scores were Jo Ellen Beveridge 570 (213), Cid Bearhart 537 (231) and Marnie McQueen 510. Team standings are Here For The Beer 17, King Pins 16, Three Balls And A Split 15, Clubbing For XXX 14, Phantom Strikers 14, Split Happens 9, Bowling Stones 7, Pin Pushers 6, Spare Me 5 and Stealth Bowlers 2.

       In Marcin Triple A Mixed League activity, the menís best scores were Rob Vandermeer 648 (220-246), Walter Amyotte 641 (221-226), Roger Croteau 211, Dave Jones 204-200 and Jamie Stokes 202. The ladiesí high scores were Susan McGrath 571 (205), Wendy Street 494 (201) and Elly Allsupp 481. Team standings are Nutter Butter 31, Toblerones 25, Crunch 24, Peanut Butter 24, Fruit N Nuts 20, Wonderbar 20, Mr. Big 19, Oh Henry 19, Skor 19, Coffee Crisp 19, Butter Fingers 17 and Kit Kats 15.

       In Marcin 1046 Mixed League fun, the menís main scores were Ben Lapointe 635 (244-219), Joe Borody 584 (220), David Hearn 559 (202) and Derick Wilker 558 (245). The womenís top scores were Kaye Brander 500 (184), Sue Johnston 499 (182), Karen Lupi 478, Danielle McGregor 183 and Kylee Kilner 182. Team standings are Down To The Core 102, The Wolfpack 99, The Speedballz 97, A Family Affair 91, The Cougar And The Cub 87, Strikes R Us 77, The Loose Screws 74, Last To Last 67, We Need The Handicap 57 and Reaneyís Renegades 52.

       In Marcin Tuesday Night Ladies League action, leading scores were Melissa Crowe 625 (224-223), Dawn Pelkie 577 (247), Janice McMillan 575 (213-196), Kathryn Tetreault 525, Laura Robertson 502 (200), Jocelyn VanEkeren 191 and Wendy Lapointe 189. Team standings are B.Jís 346, Split Decision 267, M.V.Bís 266, Investors Group 265, Melís Angels 257, Lucky Seven 257, Smiley Girlz 253 and Team Eight 209.

       In Hi-Way RCAFA 403 Wing Mixed League commotion, the womenís high scores were Jocelyn VanEkeren 614 (225), Marnie Majeski 544 (182), Sharron Lewicki 510 (216) and Shannon Burr 499 (183). Topping off the menís scores were Don Szokoly 579 (237), Mel Matthews 560 and Jesse Burr 235. Team standings are The Southenders 418, Mac Attack 418, Here For The Fun 390, World War Two 389, Something To Believe In 384, Jaws Returned 383, Fam Jam 381, Game Over 372, Blue Foursome 359, Phudpuckers 354, Two Plus Two 346 and Get Away Girls 342.

       In Marcin Friday Night Mixed League fun, the menís high scores were Ray Lucas 607 (257), Dave Urban 605 (203-205) and Paul Heckley 223. The ladiesí main scores were Barb Montgomery 541 (209-199), Mary Hearns 459 (186) and Barbara Heckley 450 (194). Team standings are Pin Tricks 7, Splitters 7, Gutterbusters 7, Striking Power 3, Wicked Pins 3 and Split Ends 3.

       In Marcin St. Joeís Mixed League action, the menís notable scores were Jerry Brody 605 (235), Joe Bourgeois 602 (211-212), Marcel Lajoie 570 (202-200), Joe Borody 217 and Gary Rochon 207 Ė 77 pins over average. The women were led by Tonie Verbeek 494 and Diane Albert 452 (178).

       In Marcin Sunday Morning Ladies League ado, leading scores were Michelle Fraser 533 (181), Cheryl Millar 521 (194), Roxanne English 483 (177), Joy Timington 481 and Steph Chambers 189-180. Team standings are Sapphires 57, Gosh Garnet 43, Diamonds In Rough 43, Peridot Pinheads 41, Opal 41 and Pearls Of Wisdom 40.

       In Airey Lanes Sunday Night Mixed League activity, the menís top scores were Harold Peters 520 (171-182), Albert Peters 507 (193) and Ralph Noyle 476 (170). The womenís best scores were Pam Bullock 484 (179-165), Bev Rankin 452, Dorothy Inglis 447, Mary Bradburn 163 and Michelle Fraser 160. Team standings are Beatles 38, Fire Ants 32, The Beer Bugz 27, Fire Flies 27, Bowl Weevils 23 and Praying Mantis 20.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Senior division, the high rollers were Brett Zevenbergen 620 (221-212) and Connor Smith 575 (213-208).

        In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Junior division, the boysí high scores were Nick Lapointe 596 (226-194), Cole Barber 487 (181), Nic Peckham 444 (199) and Matthew Waun 407. The girlsí notable scores were Amber Watson 428 (159-145), Shayla Crouse 380 (139-132), Paisley Wood 327 (132) and Emily Harris 307.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Intermediate division, the gentsí upper scores were Zac Grimme 525 (188), Colton Smith 502 (193-186) and Jack Peckham 443. The ladiesí best scores were Isadora Tremblay 450 (165-163), Kaela Koundakjian 395 (148-141), Makenna Schuyler 338 and Taelor Koundakjian 328.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Bantams/Preps division, leading scores were Elsa McKinley 287 (102-94-91), Kyleigh Beauvais Chad 272 (113), Tyleigh Winger 269 (91), Laurianne Tremblay 256 (111), Cali Smith 243 (94), Zachary Ingles 219 (77-73) and Shaylyn Blake 177.

        In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Bumpers division, the top bumpers were Sophia Majeski 129 (66-63) and Layla Stothers 100 (51-49).       

        In the Marcin SMAA Senior/Junior/Intermediate division, the gentsí noted scores were Joshua Trott 575 (226), Jacob Bestard 494 (170-175), Branden Riberdy 486 (210), Brian Riberdy 454 (178),  Ethan Boucher 412 (154), Grant Remes 408 (140), Aiden Osborn 398 (144), Patrick Cullis 378, Pat Gray 368 (135-133) and Craig Machanís 142 single. The ladiesí high rollers were Morgan Pelkie 473 (170), Hollie-Anne Jean 454 (157-150), Nicole Emery 443 (164-177), Abbey Yates-Strangway 412 (151-146), Caprice Hill 385 (144) and Ashley Toulouse 372 (136).

        In the Marcin SMAA Bantams/Preps division, the boysí top shooters were Jake Coggins 364 (142), Ryan Pinel 360 (123), Noah LeClair 358 (156), Noah Gauthier 351 (139), Tanner Walker-Gray 307 (125), Nick Coggins  302 (118), Brody Manley 275 (112), Terrell Walker-Gray 230 (90), Jordan Brooks-McKinlay 203 (81) and Braden Scottís 121 single. The girlsí main scores were Mya Hanley 288 (99-99), Cecelia Rochon 280 (102), Olivia Quaid 224 (89), Avelene Plamondon 168 (61) and Paige Gauthier 147 (78).   

 

 

 

 

 







 

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