Sirois Tosses 300: Mezzatesta, Sinclair and Lapointe Roll Top Triples

SUNDAY MARCH 20, 2016
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Bowling Scores for Week Ending March 19, 2016

 

              Stephane Sirois, Roy Mezzatesta, Dara Sinclair and Ben Lapointe are the top bowlers in the Lambton County Tenpin Association bowling report this week.

            Honourable mention goes to Mason McCarthy.

             Sirois tossed his career first perfect game in the Sunday Morning Men’s League at Marcin Bowl to post the high single of the week. He performed the gem on lanes 15 & 16 in his second game ending the day with 683 (243-300 – 89 pins over average).

            Mezzatesta rolled 751 (267-236-248) in the Thursday Night Border City Men’s League at Marcin Bowl to record the week’s top triple.

           Sinclair pitched 722 (225-232-265 – 84 pins over average and 179 pins over average for three games) in the Target Trios Mixed League at Hi-Way Bowl to register the ladies high triple of the week.

           Lapointe tossed 655 (242-236) in the Youth Phantoms Intermediate League at Hi-Way Bowl to post the youth high triple of the week.

           McCarthy wheeled 739 (264-252) in the Bluewater Monday Night Men’s League at Marcin Bowl to take ownership of the second high triple of the week. 

           Marcin Bowl Shoot Out Seven will take place on Tuesday April 4th at 6:30. Thirty courageous participants will mean sixteen qualifying spots for match play games.     

           Johnny Wilkinson fired 719 (236-266) in Marcin Sunday Morning Men’s League rivalry. He was chased by Rob Vandermeer 711 (257-240), Jamie Ridealgh 709 (269-230), Nathan Gonzalez 692 (235-235), Brad Cook 675 (237), Tom Ladenchuk 661 (244), Rob Ladenchuk 659 (236), Dennis Ramsay 656 (245), Jordan Cote 656 (234), Tony Spano 653 (267), Caulin Fraser 255 – 82 pins over average, Kevin Lyon 249, Scott Salmons 237, Bill Croskery 237, Kyle Skinner 236, Jerry Worsley 235, George Reid 234, Bill Ridealgh 233, Louie Willemsen 232, Adam Pinel 232  and Pat Lacasse 230. Team standings are Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 109, Alliance Fab 105, Lambton Alloys 103, Jacobs Industrial Services 102, Courtright Variety 101, Cabot 100, Team Outfitters 97, Mike’s Hairstyling 97, The Leaky Tank 79, Crossroad – Cl 75 and Cargill 72.

           Brandon Gauthier hurled 716 (245-254) in Marcin Thursday Night Border City Men’s League combat. He was trailed by Ben Chipman 671 (246), Stephane Sirois 656 (226-227), Dan Chopp 653 (254), Dan Vandermeer 640 (233), Don Oetting 635 (238), Dan Cook 633 (246), Dean Troiani 627 (245), Brett Matthews 624 (253) and Brian Potvin 227. Team standings are Lehder Environmental 107, Sarnia Produce 104, Marcin Bowl Two 89, Lola’s Lucky Lounge 86, Up Rite Door 86, Marcin Bowl 85, Lambton Metal Services 84, TSM Mechanical 82, Bayshore Home Health 79 and W. J. Barnes Ltd. 73.

           Roy Mezzatesta tossed 711 (238-279) in Marcin Thursday Night Men’s League action. He was followed by Jim Lapointe 708 (255-254), Paul Mezzatesta 673 (236-223), Bill Cole 656 (244), Steve Cote 648 (225), Jean Lacroix Jr. 644 (247), Larry Plumb 638 (247), Vergel Sioson 237, George Reid 236, Tony Spano 223, Peter MacRae 220, Shawn Cotterill 219 and Fred Leclair 208 – 70 pins over average. Team standings are The Young Plugs 177, Watch And See 176, Lambton Alloys 174, Canadian National ATM 173, Morlo Yardscapes 171, Billie Box 162, D & D Flooring Installations 155, Tomlinson Enterprises 150, Marcin Bowl 150, Lehder Environmental 150 and Top Coat Painting 137.

          Mike Shephard bowled 703 (279) in Marcin Bluewater Monday Night Men’s League competition. He was shadowed by Jim Creasor 684 (253), Peter English 676 (257), Brian Watson 675 (236), Jeff Raymond 674 (233-236), Dennis Ramsay 671 (230), Mike Marciniszyn 659 (242), Doug Brooks 657 (254), Corey Willemsen 655, George Reid 654 (257), Jason Lapointe 258-238, Billy Best 253, Roy Mezzatesta 248, Kyle Adamson 244, Connor Smith 244, Chris Luke 243-234, Brian Long 243, Shawn Sexton 243-237, Matt Thompson 242, Jim Amlin 238-236, Ralph MacDuff 234, Bob Spence 232 and Randy McEachern 232. Team standings are Best Automotive 47, Bains BBQ 46, Napa Auto 45, Team Outfitters 42, Stoke’s Inland 39, Jerry’s TV 39, ODS Printing 39, Watson Timber Mart 37, Northgate Home Hardware 37, Pin-a-trators 37, Lamsar 35, Bluewater Ideas 34, Monteith/Sutherland 33, Marcin Bowl 32, Ligate Signs 29, Marcin Bowl Pro Shop 28, Danbury Homes 27, Sarnia Wilding Doors 27, Maggots 24 and Gutterballs Restaurant 23.

          In Marcin Friday Night Mixed League fun, the men’s high scores were Ray Lucas 671 (243-220), Dave Urban 581 (202), Bob Laframboise 568 and Ken Hearns 507 (210). The ladies’ upper scores were Amanda VanGrimbergh 493 (183), Marilyn Mullen 486, Annette Urban 478 (178), Sue Sorenson 453 (176) and Mary Hearns 451 (172). Team standings are Gutterbusters 40, Wicked Pins 34, Pin Tricks 33, Striking Power 27, Splitters 24 and Split Ends 22.

          In Marcin Aamjiwnaang Mixed League play, the men’s noted scores were Greg Gray 633 (244), Jody Antila 594 (249 – 81 pins over average), Gord Bayly 572 (202-202), Allan Little 545 and Brad George 530. The women’s main scores were Cid Bearheart 542 (204), Shirley Oliver 512, Marnie McQueen 475 (188) and Annette George 460. Team standings are Here For The Beer 36, Three Balls And A Split 36, Split Happens 33, King Pins 32, Clubbing For XXX 32, Bowling Stones 30, Phantom Strikers 27, Pin Pushers 24, Spare Me 17 and Stealth Bowlers 13.

          In Marcin 1046 Mixed League commotion, the men’s top scores were Brian Core 625 (232), Todd Amerlinck 621 (244), Derrick Wilker 595, Dave Hearn 557 and Larry Plumb 227. The ladies’ high scores were Kaye Brander 536 (211), Marieanne Nyhuis 515 (181) and Karen Lupi 476 (190). Team standings are Down To The Core 121, A Family Affair 118, The Speedballz 108, The Cougar And The Cub 108, The Wolfpack 107, The Loose Screws 93, Strikes R Us 93, Last To Last 91, We Need The Handicap 73 and Reaney’s Renegades 66.

          In Marcin Thursday Night Mixed League action, the men’s high scores were Butch Wilson 619 (215-223), Adam Pinel 573 (220), Mark Elliott 559 (218), Butch Goodacre 547 (212), Pete Baker 545,  Bob Vance 534 (204), Rigby Callander 534 (211), Scott David 213, Al McChesney 205, Tyler David 205, Mike Vail 205 and Nic Breuer 193. The women’s upper scores were Janice McMillan 607 (206-215), Marsha Pinel 559 (216), Miranda David 524 (191), Deb Archer 504 (187) and Pam Marciniszyn 206. Team standings are Nic’s Ninja’s 109, Elastic B.A.N.D.S 100, Mighty Mouse 96, The X-Men 95, The Peephole Avenger 92, Green Lanterns 88, Fantastic Four Bowlers 87, Ghost Busters Five 85, Mighty Minions 79, Fantastic Five 76, Captain Canuck 74 and Guardian Of The Alleys 69.

         In Marcin Tuesday Night Ladies League play, high scores belonged to Melissa Crowe 617 (213), Jocelyn VanEkeren 579 (232), Laura Robertson 564 (209) and Dawn Pelkie 209. Team standings are B.J’s 414, Smiley Girlz 321, M.V.B’s 306, Mel’s Angels 305, Investors Group 304, Lucky Seven 297, Split Decision 295 and Team Eight 248.

         In Marcin Sunday Morning Ladies League activity, the leading scores were Michelle Fraser 616 (203-233), Steph Chambers 528 (188-183), Roxanne English 477 (189), Joy Timington 466 (183), Shirley Stark 463 (175), Cheryl Millar 453 (177) and Lorene Oaks 452. Team standings are Sapphires 64, Pearls Of Wisdom 56, Gosh Garnet 55, Peridot Pinheads 52, Opal 49 and Diamonds In Rough 49.

         In Marcin Triple A Mixed League fun, the men’s top scores were James Docherty 611 (235), Bill Kolotylo 585 (203-212), Walter Amyotte 569 (203), Gerry Cossette 562 (215), Rick Jatel 533, Wally Sandrin 529, Bill Austin 211  and Quincy VanEkeren 211. The ladies’ best scores were Rachel McGrath 584 (210), Wendy Street 486, Lynne Hood 461 and Sherry Anderson 449. Team standings are Toblerones 57, Nutter Butter 54, Peanut Butter Cup 43, Kit Kats 38, Mr. Big 37, Oh Henry 37, Coffee Crisp 37, Crunch 35, Wonderbar 34, Butter Fingers 32, Fruit N Nuts 31 and Skor 27.

         In Hi-Way RCAFA 403 Wing Mixed League play, the men’s upper scores were Jesse Burr 611 (236), Mel Matthews 609, Steve Lewicki 595, Jarrod Petrany 590, Sean Burr 246, Connor Smith 243 and Alex Pak 222. The women’s noted scores were Jocelyn VanEkeren 531, Shannon Burr 529 (200), Patti Hilton 520 (181), Sam Matthews 513, Sarah Ingles 193 and Yvonne Damphousse 187. Team standings are Mac Attack 562, Fam Jam 513, Game Over 511, The Southenders 504, Jaws Returned 501, Something To Believe In 497, Here For Fun 494, Blue Foursome 461, Phudpuckers 461, World War Two 448, Get Away Girls 442 and Two Plus Two 436.

         Topping off the scores from the Hi-Way Target Trios Mixed League were Ty Patterson 595 (225), Jim Burgess 575, Sue Potvin 539 and Jeff Wickens 212. Team standings are Can Am 184, Wooden It Be Nice 181, Big Balls 180, Two Chicks And A Roo 178, The Mavericks 171, Two Lefties Make A Right 152, Spare Me 51, Against All Odds 138, Wickens Chickens 116, Lightning Strikes 114, Part Team 112 and Hump Day Two Ballers 99.

         In Marcin St. Joe’s Mixed League action, the men’s best scores were Terry Mundy 567 (200), Mason McCarthy 558 (221), Marcel Lajoie 556 (200), Joe Borody 555 (202), Gary Rochon 544 (191 – 139 pins over average for three games), Bill Pitkin 187 and Albert Verbeek 187. The women’s top scores were Toni Verbeek 479 (172), Diane Albert 470 (170) and Crystal Borody 426 (175).

         In Airey Lanes Thursday Ladies Happy Hour League play, leading scores from a makeup week were Bev Rankin 554 (198), Adwina Whitsitt 514 (203), Amanda Leitch 472 and Courtney Young 166. This week’s best scores were Lori Japp 492 (171), Ada Brown 446, Diane Barnes 434 (189) and Kim Vanveldhuisen 199. Team standings are Mouse 149, Crocodile 123, Seal 114, Monkey 112, Lion 104 and Elephant 94.

         In Airey Lanes Sunday Night Mixed League ado, the women’s noted scores were Bev Rankin 531 (200), Michelle Fraser 502 (178), Mary-Lyn Parker 482 and Betty Melton 455 (176). The men were led by Ralph Noyle 499 (173), Albert Peters 468 (169) and Dick Swain 163. Team standings are Beetles 66, The Beer Bugz 55, Praying Mantis 53, Bowl Weevils 49, Fire Ants 49 and Fire Flies 40.

         In the Marcin SMAA Junior/Intermediate division, the ladies’ top scores were Morgan Pelkie 571 (210), Kira Pelkie 474 (192), Mikayla Durley 468 (179), Hollie-Anne Jean 441 (171), Cara Cullis 370 and Abbey Yates-Strangway 325 (143). The gents’ high rollers were Jacob Bestard 513 (183), Joshua Trott 510 (200), Grant Remes 455 (156-156), Ethan Boucher 443 (161), Johnathon Kameka 440 (167), Jarod Pelkie 429 (154), Patrick Cullis 416, Craig Machan 383 (152) and Joey Windover 367.

         In the Marcin SMAA Bantams/Preps division, the boys’ best wheelers were Ryan Pinel 408 (155), Jordan Button 375 (137), Tanner Walker Gray 351 (121), Noah Gauthier 346 (141), Jake Coggins 336 (124), Braeden Scott 309 (130), Joshua Shura 307 (111), Hunter Mitchell 282 (102-100), Terrell Walker Gray 278 (109), Joshua Thomas 266 (113), Carson Baker 249, Taylor Button 247 and Brody Manley 245 (117).  The girls’ top shooters were Mya Hanley 307 (127), Cecelia Rochon 290 (110) and Avelene Plamondon 229 (87-81).  

         In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Senior division, top scores were Brett Zevenbergen 522 (192), Connor Smith 507 (191) and Chris Crawley 451.

         Rounding out the gents’ scores in the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Intermediate division were Dalton Crowe 510 (195), Domenic Cocozzoli 497 and Denver Taylor (180). The ladies’ were led by Isadora Tremblay 447 (169), Taelor Koundakjian 415 (158), Kaela Koundakjian 349 and Makenna Schuyler 269.

         In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Junior division, the boys’ high scores were Devon Crowe 540 (205-193), Nick Lapointe 454 (212), Chad Crouse 452 (177) and Brodie McKinley 417. The girls’ best scores were Shayla Crouse 421(169-139) and Paisley Wood 321 (114).

          In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Senior Preps division, leading scores were Kole Parkkila 458 (167-154), Bryce Watson 380 (129) and Cameron Parkkila 350.

          In the Hi-Way Youth Phantoms Bantams/Preps division, the main scores were Tyleigh Winger 340 (143), Elsa McKinley 300 (107-102), Zachary Ingles 238 (88-79-71), Cali Smith 223, Anna DeVeer 205 and Laurianne Tremblay 188 (65-62-61).

 

 







 

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