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Feb 10, 2016, 12:53 am


Tim Larson and Mario Castelan

1st and 2nd Place

2016 Chico Winter Open 8-Ball Memorial Tournament

February 6th, 2016

 

 

After all the planning, all the stressing, it actually worked out pretty dang awesome. We had 64 of the best players in Northern California competing for the top prize - $500 cash. Players came from all over - Yuba City, Willows, Redding, and of course Chico. The tournament was held on 8 tables - 6 at the Oasis, 2 at Jackie's Billiards Academy next door. The tournament really did fly by pretty well, and fairly smooth, considering the amount of players. In the end it was down to the two big dogs from Redding, Tim Larson and Mario Castelan. They battled back and forth for 5 games - complete with the amazing shots, the unbelievable misses, and the suspense only a final match can bring. It went hill-hill (2-2). Mario made a rare miss. Tim cleaned up and ran it out for the handful of cash. Mario still walked away with $225. Tim will also receive the inaugural Chico Winter Open trophy at the end of our season at the Pool Party. Joel Russo was the top Chico player, getting third place and $100 cash. It's safe to say everyone in attendance will be looking forward to the 2nd annual in 2017. Be sure to sign up as soon as it's announced - it will be sold out for sure. We had about 45 signups before we even showed up at the Oasis, and can't do any more than 64. We didn't have as many CWPL players as we would like - hopefully next year they'll be better represented!

I've attached a .JPEG of the ginormous 64 person bracket as it looked at the end of the tournament here, and a PDF version in my email. 

 

Right-click the above image, save it to your desktop and open with your image-viewing program to zoom in.

 

We had to use a laptop/projector to shoot the brackets on the wall, but it was so big we still had to scroll up/down for everyone to view. Thanks to all the players who were understanding of the limited space and presentation. We'll have a better solution for 2017. 

Congrats to Kenny Duff - winner of the 50/50 raffle. Still waiting to see a raffle or drawing he doesn't win. The benefit of the other half of the 50/50 cash pot was Cancer Connections of Enloe Hospital. 

Special thanks to Meredith, the Chico Womens Pool League president for helping with everything - from planning to execution. She and I both found a way to get a match or two in, even though our heads were in about 30 different places! Thanks to Jackie for everything she did - the extra tables, the tournament expertise, and donating her drink sales from her Billiards Academy to our charity. Thanks to Stacy Schaefer for being an amazing host. Again, instead of actually charging us to use his facility, he did the opposite and actually kicked in almost $500 for the prize pot, as well as full use of his tables from noon to 10pm. Amazing - a true businessman who knows the benefits of having a sponsored tournament in his house, on a Saturday afternoon. His staff did great keeping on top of the drink sales and busy kitchen. Thanks to Steve Hambek of the Oasis Dragons - he was our hitman, our bounty hunter, our enforcer. Steve: "Who do you need and where?" Scott/Meredith: "Joe and Mike, table 7." Steve: gone, on the hunt. Larry Hiller - ideas galore, plus manning the raffle tickets all afternoon while were busy on brackets. He wasn't even in the tournament - he was just there to help. Leland - thanks for helping out at the end - sorry your car got jacked. Paul 'Wall' Thurman was a big help with the brackets as well. And everyone else who did what they could to help this go smoothly. Meredith and I kept telling each other how amazingly well this is actually going - contrary to our nightmares the night before.

Save the date for 2017 - the 2nd Annual Chico Winter Open!

-Scott-


Feb 10, 2016, 12:49 am

Here's the (brief) results from week #11 (Jan. 28th):

Playa's whipped the Shenanigan's Rack Pack 18-3. Rusty, Jeff, Jason, and Leland all had 3-0 wins. One of Leland's was via an 8-ball Break-And-Run. Leland and Jason beat Mike D. and Matt in the beer frame.

In another butt-kickin', the Eagles were handed a 17-4 lopsided win versus the Oasis Outlaws. Mike Brandt and Mike Karol, and Bulldog, each got 3-0 wins. All the rest of the guys only got 2-1 wins. Bulldog and Tree beat Bobby V. and Donny in the beer frame, 2-0.

The Bankers were home versus the O-Team in week #11. The O-Team was up 9-3 at the break, but with a couple 2-1 wins in the bottom half they made it semi-respectable and walked away with a 13-8 loss versus a great O-Team. Russ was the lone 3-0 winner. Chuck and Chris S. couldn't beat Rich and Barney in the beer frame.

The Ball Busters were also at home at the Oasis as they welcomed in the Down Lo Damned. The Damned kept it real interesting before the beer break - they were tied at 6-6. Ball Buster Walt's 3-0 leadoff victory was cancelled out by Tony Tokarski's 3-0 win in the 4th spot. The other two top-half matches swapped 2-1 scores. The Nixons kept the night rolling with an (unlikely?) road beer frame win versus the Ball Buster's Cal and Bil, 2-1. Cal said "enough of that" and turned things around in the 5th spot going 3-0. Then Eric Nichols "only" got 2, as did Kevin Lombard. Final score: Ball Busters 13, Damned 8.

It must have been busy at the Oasis as the Bulldogs were also at home taking on the Empire Club of Durham. Keith, Brenon, Dennis, and Robbie all had 3-0 scores to help their team to a 15-6 victory. Curt had a 3-0 tally for his Empire club to keep the score a little less disastrous. Dennis and Robbie won the beer frame, defeating Zach and Curt.

The Down Lo Stickmen were on the road at the Tackle Box. Dave Kaplan started the night off with a 3-0 win, but Joe and Charlie kept it close with 2-1 wins. It was 7-5 Stickmen at the break. Joe and Jonny beat Paul Wall and Madsack in the beer frame, 2-0. Cowboy Rob got things back on track for the Down Lo with a 3-0 win in the 5 spot. Scott squeaked out one win, and Keith wrapped it up with 2 to make the final score 13-8 Stickmen.

The Dragons and Duffy's were on their bye week.

I still need to collect a few more scoresheets for week #12, February 4th, before I can do any recaps. The scores I do have are entered. I assume most of the sheets are in the box at the Oasis since they are all O-teams, except for Durham. We'll see if they are all there, but I'm assuming not. I'll post asap.

Good luck in week #13, except for the Playa's and O-Team - they have a bye week.

-Scott-


1st Annual Chico Winter Open!
Jan 28, 2016, 5:33 pm

 

Click on Flier above for downloadable/larger PDF image

Here's the recap from last week (week #10):

The Rack Pack were home taking on Ed and his Duffy's crew on Jan. 21st. It was 8-4 Duffy's at the break thanks to Woot's 3-0 win and Paul and Ice Cream's 2-1 victories. Ed and Kevin won the beer frame against Rob and Matt, 2-0, for the away-team victory. Ed stayed at the table and won all 3 for Duffy's to get them to 11, Swim got 2 more to make it to 13 points. Mike D wrapped it up for the 'Pack with a 3-0 win, but it was a little too late as Duffy's left with a 13-8 victory.

The Empire Club welcomed in the Down Lo Damned for week #10. It was all Damned as they won 14-7 on the road. Tony, Philo, and Richard Nixon each got 3-0 wins for the Down Lo. The Nixons, Richard and Whyatt, beat Zach and Steve S. for the beer frame, 2-1. 

In a big prime-time match at the Down Lo, the Playa's welcomed in the Oasis Bulldogs. The two went toe-to-toe the whole night. It was 7-5 Oasis at the break thanks to Steve's 3-0 win. Charles 'only' got 2 out of 3, but one of those was a break-and-run. Kevin and Leland won the beer frame 2-0 against Ed and Brenon, one of those wins was also a break-and-run. Ty got 2 points in the 5th spot to get the Bulldogs to 9, but Rusty squashed that with a 3-0 win for the Playa's. So it was 9-9 going into the last match - Kevin Cibart vs. Dennis. Dennis got the first one to get to 10-9 Bulldogs, but Kevin stormed back and got the next and final 2 to take his team to an 11-10 victory at home.

Over at the Oasis, the Outlaws were playing their barmates, the O-Team. In a close 12-9 match, the Outlaws were victorious. Kenny Duff had a break-and-run win. Ricky Martin was the lone 3-0 winner in the night. Kenny and Mike Karol beat somebody (nobody listed) for the O-Team in the beer frame, 2-0.

The Bankers were also at home at the Oasis - they were playing the Dragons. Jim W. started things off strong for the Bankers getting a lead-off 3-0 win. But Rob C. came right back and got 3 for his Dragons. The teams traded off 2-1 wins for a while until Steve Hambek got all 3 in the 6th spot. Final score: Dragons 12, Bankers 9. Steve and Rob beat Jon and Neil in the beer frame, 2-1.

Also at the very busy Oasis, the Ball Busters were home playing the Tackle Box. Nothing to see here. Keep moving, folks. (19-2 Ball Busters, with the beer frame - way to go Brian, Eric, Gary, Kevin, and Cal - ya'all got 3-0 wins).

The Stickmen were on the road at the Eagle's club last week. The Stickmen were up 7-5 at the break - Scott chipped in with a 3-0 win to help the cause. In Brandon Fuggin's last game in Chico (he moved to Georgia for a work opportunity) he teamed up with Dave Kaplan to beat Robin and COX in the beer frame, 2-0. Thanks Brandon and good luck! In a close bottom half, teams traded 2-1 wins and the final score ended up being a close 11-10 Stickmen victory. 

Good luck in week #11. It's the second-half of the season and the second-half includes bye weeks. For example The Dragons and Duffy's have the week #11 byes, they don't play tonight. But in interleague nights (like next week) everybody plays, no byes.

Don't forget about the Tournament! See the flier at the top for more information. Space is going to fill up fast so get in line now!

Sorry, no updated printouts this week - too busy getting the tournament set with Meredith and Stacy. But stats and team standings are current on the website.

-Scott-

 


Results for Week #9
Jan 20, 2016, 5:53 pm

Just a reminder - NO CMPL/CWPL TOURNAMENT THIS SATURDAY (1/23), like the schedule says. It WILL happen, just not this weekend. It's looking like February 6th - Superbowl Eve. We're trying for the Down Lo, but we may have hit a snag. The Oasis is a viable plan-b. Probably $10 entry, 8-ball, and... until our committee meets, that's about all we know. Definitely more info to follow - soon!

Okay, here's what happened in Week #9 (Jan. 14th):

The Damned of the Down Lo were taking on the Playa's of the Down Lo in an interbar matchup on Table #10. It was 8-4 Playa's at the break - Leland was the only 3-0 winner in the top half. Richard Nixon and McGrill beat Leland and Rusty for the free beer, 2-1. The Damned stormed back with a 2-spot from Richard, then a 3-0 win for Wyatt, to make it 9-9 going into the final match - McGrill vs. Rusty. Rusty came through and won all 3 for the Playa's, getting them to a final score of 12-9.

The Tackle Box were at home - which was good. The bad news is the visiting team was the Outlaws of Oasis. Not good, at least for the Alligator Humpers. It was 9-3 at the break thanks to newly acquired Matt Field's 3-0 showing. Ricky and Bulldog got the beer frame from Kent and Jonny, 2-0. Bulldog stayed at the table and got 2 out of 3, then Ricky came back to the table and got all 3. Shawn Bell rounded out the night with a 2-1 victory making the final score Outlaws 16, T-Box 5.

Okay, time to rip this off like a 2-day Band Aid. The Oasis O-Team completely annihilated the Stickmen, at The Down Lo, 17-4, completely and utterly raining on Sundy's birthday celebration. Although the mass quantities of Jim Beam's and Crown and Cokes eased the sting, and probably caused the pain in the first place, it was a fun celebration. Oh well - good job O-Team. Stacy and Brian got 2 wins each, Dave, Dwayne, Joel, and DJ (who smoked me) all got 3-0 victories, in a row, none-the-less. Guess who won the beer frame? Yes! Chris and Dwayne beat Sack and Rob, 2-1. Blacchh...

Out at the Empire, the Duffy's crew - all 7 of them - arrived and piled out of Ed's private limousine. Problem is that the Empire team - all 5 of them - were 2 players short. The Empire had a shot, too. It was tied 6-6 at the beer frame thanks to Prana's 3-0 victory. Vernoga and Curt even got the beer frame off of Ed and Swim, causing Mr. Theis to break one of his hundred dollar bills. But Ed came back in the 5th spot and won 3-0 to get it to 9-6 Duffy's. Throw in the Empire's 6 freebie points and it turns into a big 15-6 Duffy victory.

The Oasis Ball Busters were in a tough match with their bar-brothers, the Bulldogs. Ray J got 3 wins in the first half, all the other games were 2-1 trade-offs one way or the other. Final score was 12-9 Ball Busters. Bil and Cal beat Robbie and Ty in the beer frame, 2-0.

Those Bankers were at home last week as they welcomed in the Shenanigan's Rack Pack. It was all Bankers early as they staked a 9-3 lead at the break. Ken Fordis and Richie each had 3-0 wins for the home team. Hot-hand Richie stayed at the table and was joined by Barney for the beer frame. They took on, and beat, Kevin and Drew. In the bottom half, all 3 Rack Packers got 2-1 victories, but it wasn't enough as the Bankers came out on top, 12-9.

The Dragons were also home - they were taking on the Eagles. Jon COX got all 3 for his Eagles, as did Kenny Smith for his Dragons. The other boys went back and forth, 2-1 or 1-2. It eventually came down to the last shooters - Jeff Brun and Mike Daniels. The score was tied 9-9, whoever got 2 out of three would win the match for their team. Mike wasted no time and got 2 in a row and Jeff got the last one, to make the final score 11-10 Eagles.

Thanks to everyone getting their sheets in time (or just about) this week. All the stars were aligned and the right bars were on the road to ensure an easy week collecting scores. Please keep it up!

Good luck in week #10 - believe it or not, it's the halfway point of the season! Be aware, check the schedule, each team has a bye at some point during the Spring. Actually on each of those 7 nights (except for interleague nights) two teams will not play.

If you skipped ahead - READ THE TOP regarding the CMPL/CWPL Memorial Pool Tournament!!!

-Scott-


Week #8 Results
Jan 14, 2016, 4:43 pm

Still waiting for a score sheet from Shenanigan's for their match versus the Damned. I've left emails, voicemails, and texts for Gary but to no avail. I could bug Satyr for a copy of his visitor score sheet but I've had to do this many times before with other captains flaking. It's not his responsibility. So more than likely this results in standings and stats being delayed again, and late penalties imposed on Shenanigan's. 

Realize that I'm trying to keep things up to date - I just don't get how so many captains can be so good at this and others not so good. It's what you sign up for as a captain. One duty a week, half the games of the season, minus your games versus me or at the Oasis. PLEASE captains - you know who I mean - simply take a picture and send me your score sheet before you leave the bar! We've gone from laboriously hand delivering sheets to the Oasis, to faxing them in, and then to scanning and emailing them in, to now simply snap a picture and text. I can't get this any simpler. If you know an easier way that takes less than 20 seconds, please let me know.

Here's the rest of the results from week #8:

The Alligator Humpers of the Tackle Box were home last week hosting the Oasis Dragons. The Tackle Box started off slow as they were down 8-4 at the break. Micah came out with a 3-0 victory in the 3rd spot. Sid and Rob were successful in the beer frame, beating Charlie and Pops 2-1. In the bottom half it was pretty much all Dragons - Rob got 3, Jeff got 2, and Steve wrapped it up with 2 more. Final score 15-6 Dragons.

Over at the Oasis, Stacy and his O-Team were taking on the Eagles. It was a close 7-5 lead for the home team at the beer frame. Former Eagle David Napier got all 3 of his, and Russ got 2 out of 3 from a tough match with Robin. Stacy and Chris beat Bobbo and Terry in the beer frame 2-1. In the bottom half it was all O-Team. Joel got his usual 3 wins, DJ got 3 more, and the other former Eagle, Chuck, got 2 out of 3 to make the final score 15-6 Oasis.

Meanwhile, in Downtown Chico, the Duffy's crew was hosting Cal's Ball Busters. I'm not taking anything away from Ed's team, but I think he would agree that his team was the underdog in this match. But his team did great against the all stars - both teams were tied at 6 going into the break. Ice Cream really helped the cause with a 3-0 victory in the first half. Making the night even better for Duffy's, they caused Cal to dig deep and pay the beer frame on the road. Ed and Evan beat Cal and Bil 2-1. In the second half Eric got all 3 of his games again, continuing his perfect season atop the Top Shooter list, but Ed countered with 3 of his own making the score tied again at 9. It was down to Cal and Evan, and Cal came out victorious with a 3-0 win getting his team score to 12, Duffy's ended up with 9. As Ed and I joked, that has to be considered a win in most books.

It was an interbar match up as the Bulldogs were 'home' hosting the Outlaws in probably the top-billed match-of-the-week. As expected, both teams were back and forth the whole way. Mike Brandt started off with 3 wins, then Bulldog followed with 2. But then Brenon and Steve got all 3 back to back making it 7-5 'Dogs at the break. Ed and Robbie lost to Ricky and Izzy in the "meaningless" home vs. home beer frame, 2-0. Mike Karol shot 5th and got all 3 of his games, but Robbie came back and got 2 out of 3 for his Bulldogs making it a tied game going into the final match - an epic Keith Whitworth/Kenny Duff showdown, a replay of last year’s Top Shooter tournament. Kenny got the first one getting his team on the hill, and then he got the second one to get them to 11 points. Keith got the final game to make the bottom-line score 11-10 Outlaws. Unfortunately, this is an interleague game and we won't be able to see a round 2 later in the year. Maybe in the playoffs.

The Stickmen were home taking on Barney's Bankers at the Down Lo last week. Cele and Dave Kaplan led off the night with 3-0 wins each, but Mark Edwards and Rich came back with 2 wins and 3 wins, respectively, making it 7-5 at the break. Cowboy Rob and Madsack couldn't beat Richie and Mark in the beer frame, losing 2-1 at home. Rob stayed at the table and got 3 more wins for the Stickmen, then Scott and Keith finished the night with 2 wins each. Final score: Stickmen 14, Bankers 7.

Nearby on table 10, the Playa's were hosting the Empire Club of Durham. In another close first half, the Playa's were up "only" 7-5. Charles (with an 8-ball break and run), Leland, and Tom all had 2-1 victories. Curt had 2 for his Empire crew. Jason Colabove and Jeff beat the Empire's Zach and Curt in the beer frame, 2-1, making the Empire cough up the dough for a round of beers. The Playa's won in the bottom half, but only 5-4, making their final score 12-9 over the Empire.

Again the final match was Shenanigan's versus The Damned. Results unknown.

Good luck in week #9.

We were going to have that middle of the season co-ed Memorial Tournament on January 23rd, but it looks like we might need to push it out to January 30th. Please tell anyone who is computer illiterate or not on my email list!!! It has crept up on me quick, and I still don't have any (paid) volunteers to help me out. The location is still up in the air, too, as Jackie has her tournament at the Oasis on Saturdays at 4:00pm. It might be at the Down Lo instead, but I need to check with them. I know, most of the tables are pretty bad (looking), but the number of tables available for a tournament is very enticing. Format is still undecided, but probably 8-ball. Entry fee could be between $5-$10. Not sure on elimination/race-to-whatever details. That's why I need help! Please!

Thanks-

-Scott-


Week #7 Results
Jan 6, 2016, 6:34 pm

Happy New Year!

Oh man. Finally. All stats and games are entered and are officially up to date (except for Beer Frame standings, as usual). I played out in Durham last league night and was finally able to peek in their binder to find out the missing pieces - last names, scores, etc. So the print outs that have been lacking all year are now posted at the Oasis, and will be sent out via email to those on my list. Captains can use them however they want, top shooters can frame them, whatever. So sorry for the delays - most was out of my control. So, moving forward...

Here are the results from Week #7 (December 17th, 2015):

The Oasis Outlaws were home versus the Down Lo Damned. It was 8-4 Outlaws at the break thanks to Mike Brandt's 3-0 score. The Steves (Steve and Stephen) beat Mike Karol and Izzy 2-0 in the beer frame - a definite bright spot on the score sheet. The bottom half was all Oasis - Izzy 2, Bulldog all 3, and Shawn Bell 2. Final score, Outlaws 15, Damned 6.

Over at the Eagles nest, the Ball Busters of Oasis were on the road. Cal led things off with 3 wins to help his team to an 8-4 lead. He and Bil beat COX and Craig in the beer frame 2-1. In the bottom half, Brian and Eric rounded out the night with 3-0 wins to help their team to a resounding 16-5 win on the road.

Across town at the Tackle Box, the Gator Humpers were home welcoming in the Down Lo Playa's. Charles started the night off right with a 3-0 win to help his team to an 8-4 lead, then he stuck around and helped Kevin Cibart beat Jason and Jonny in the beer frame 2-0. Bob Cody got 2 out of 3 to get his team to a 6-9 score, but Jason Colabove got 2 wins and Kevin got 3 to make the final score 14-7 Playa's.

As mentioned the Stickmen were out in Durham where they suffered a close 10-11 loss against the Empire. Cele got 3 to start the night off against Curt Anderson, but Matt Winckler and Zach Cunningham countered with 3-0 wins themselves (I know - last names!) Chris Fife got 2 to help his team pull ahead to an 8-4 lead. Zach and Matt beat Scott and Rob in the beer frame, 2-1. Steve Seagrist, CJ Campos, and Tom Williams finished off the night for the Empire, but couldn't keep up with Rob's 3-0 win and Dave K's 2-1 victory.

Meanwhile, downtown, the Duffy's crew were taking on the visiting Oasis O-Team. This match was tied 6-6 at the break - Joel helped with a 3-0 win, as did Ed Theis for his squad. Ed and Prana couldn't beat Dwayne and Russ in the beer frame - they lost 2-0. Dwayne broke the tie with a 3-0 win in the 5th spot, Brian V. followed with 2 more to get them to 11. Chuck chipped in 1 more in the last spot to get the final score to 12-9 Oasis.

Over at the Oasis, the Dragons were hosting the Shenanigan's Rack Pack. They weren't too accommodating as they won big, 16-5. Aaron Smith got all 3 of his games in the front half, Walt got all of his in the back half. Everybody else on the Dragons got 2 out of 3. Steve and Aaron beat Mikey and Curtis in the beer frame 2-1.

The Bulldogs beat up on their barmates, the Bankers, last week. It was close at the half with a 7-5 Bulldog lead. Brenon started things off good with a 3-0 victory. Robbie and Dennis beat Rich and Barney in the beer frame, 2-1. In the second half Dennis got 3 more for his club, and Keith got 2 out of 3. The Bankers gave away the final 3 points by forfeit as they didn't have a 7th shooter. Final score: Bulldogs 15, Bankers 6. 

Good luck in week #8. Keep it up on getting those score sheets in on time - I appreciate it! Also, watch for those last initials - especially if you have multiple players with similar names. 

The All City tournament is coming up on January 23rd at the Oasis. To those few individuals that have offered to help me out, here's an opportunity! I need a committee or group to help run and organize this event. We need to decide on format, rules, prizes, price, etc. It will be open to men and women pool players, that I know for sure. More than likely just those active in their respective leagues. More info to come. PLEASE help me out - call me (966-5632) or email me (chicomenspoolleague@gmail.com) ASAP.

Thanks again for your patience-

-Scott-


Week #6 Results
Dec 17, 2015, 6:41 pm

Here's what happened last week, Dec. 10th:

First, again I'm still having issues getting stuff from the Empire. I don't have a scoresheet from last week. Mike Karol and Cal were nice enough to furnish me theirs to get up to date on past weeks, but I don't have the most recent one now. I have heard your complaints and will pass them on and talk to Casey tonight as we play him in Durham. Tomorrow, one way or another, I'll have everything up to date - standings and stats - and will have them posted here and at the Oasis. Sorry for any inconveniences, but it’s out of my control for the most part.

The Bankers welcomed in the Eagles at the Oasis as the two teams squared off for a night of billiards. The Bankers got out to a quick 7-5 lead at the break, thanks to Mark Edward's 3-0 win. Eagle Bobbo kept it close as he got 3 of his own. Terry and Robin beat Ken and Jon for a road beer frame win, 2-0. In the bottom half, Russ was the big difference as he scored 3 wins to help his team get to a final 12-9 victory.

The Oasis O-Team was also at home taking on the Tackle Box Gator Humpers. The O-Team was out big in the first half - up 10-2. Russ and Joel got 3-0 wins, James and Dwayne got 2-1 wins. Brian V. and David Napier got the beer frame 2-0 versus Charlie and Paul. DJ got the win for the night with his 2-1 victory, making it 12-3. But Jason and Jonny took the night from a disaster to pretty respectable. They each had 3-0 wins to take the final 6 games in a row. Final score, 12-9 O-Team.

Over at the Down Lo, the Stickmen were taking on their barmates - the Damned. It was close the whole way through.  Every match was 2-1 one way or the other, even the beer frame. In that beer frame, Satyr and McGrill beat Wheeze and Sundy, 2-1. Final score was of course close, too - 11-10 in favor of the Stickmen. Paul Wall was the hero getting 2 of the final 3 points to get them over the hill.

Nearby on Table 10, the Playa's were hosting Cal's Ball Busters. It was also very close - tied 6-6 at the half. Ball Buster Walt got the first 3 points, then Playa' Kevin came back and got 3 of his own. Kevin and Leland beat Bil and Cal in the beer frame, 2-1. In the bottom-half Leland got a 3-0 win, but Eric came right back and got 3 for the 'Busters. In the final tie breaker match, Larry Hiller got the first 2 to put his team to 11, and Cal got the final point to bring his team to 10. 

Upstairs at Duffy's saw the home team playing the Oasis Bulldogs. In yet another close match, the Bulldogs prevailed 11-10. Bulldog Ed got 3 wins for his team, as Steve Swim got 3 for his squad. Chris Urbach 'only' got one win, but it was a stylish break-and-run win. Kevin and Ed beat Steve and Ty for the beer frame honors. 

The Dragons were playing their barmates, the Outlaws last week. It was a close 7-5 match at the break. Kenny Duff helped his team to 7 with his 3-0 victory. Sid and Steve beat Bulldog and Izzy in the beer frame, 2-1. Steve Hambeck got 2 wins for the Dragons to start the second-half, but Bulldog and Mike Karol each got 3-0 wins to run the final 6 games. Final score: 14-7 Outlaws. (It was listed 15-6 on the score sheet, but it actually came out to 14-7).

Again, no score sheet or stats for the Empire/Shenanigans match.

Good luck this week/tonight. Remember, no games for the next two weeks! (Christmas and New Year's)

-Scott-


Week #5 Results
Dec 10, 2015, 4:48 pm

Sorry it's taken this long to post some results. Had (still have) some issues with rosters and payments. I've been crazy busy. It's the holidays. You know the rest.

Everything is in that I have. I'm still missing some scoresheets from a few weeks ago (Empire vs Outlaws, and Shenanigans vs Ball Busters). So until I hear from Casey and Gary, the standings and stats aren't complete yet. But all other teams besides those four should be in good shape and accurate in standings and stats. But I'll double check everything once (if) I get those sheets.

Here's what happened in Week #5 (Dec. 3rd):

The Playa's beat the Bankers 16-5 at the Oasis on the 3rd over at the Down Lo. It was 10-2 at the half thanks to Jeff J. and Leland's 3-0 wins. Kevin Cibart and Rusty couldn't get the beer frame from Barney and Rich as the Bankers won 2-1. Kevin rounded the night out with a 3-0 win.

The Damned turned in a very fuzzy picture of their score sheet, so I'm pretty sure they won 16-5 versus the Tackle Box. Phuiewh (I assume Philo) beat Kfhdhsd (Kent) 3-0. Rasfhasd and Whasdfgka (Richard and Whyatt) beat Jason and Johnny 2-1 in the beer frame for the Damned win. In the bottom half, Sawdfg (Satyr) beat Charlie 2-1, Rasfhasd (Richard Nixon) beat Jason 2-1, and Stdwfhuk McGesjlkh (Steve McGrill) beat Johnny 3-0. PLEASE turn in non-blurry pictures!!!!

In a very clear picture, Mike Karol's Outlaws beat Duffy's 16-5 as well. Kenny Duff got all 3 of his, as did Bulldog and Mike Karol. Mike Brandt and Bulldog won the beer frame 2-0 vs Ed and Ice Cream.

The Ball Busters of Oasis beat the Oasis Dragons 16-5, too. Brian, Cal, and Eric had 3-0 wins. Cal and Bil won the beer frame. 

The Eagles were home taking on the Oasis Bulldogs on the 3rd. The Oasis team was up 8-4 at the break - Dennis helped with a 3-0 match. Robbie and Steve got the beer frame 2-1 versus COX and Terry. Terry was a bright spot on the Eagles sheet as he got a 3-0 victory for the home team. The final score was 12-9 Bulldogs.

The Stickmen were over at Shenanigan's for the first time. We were all very impressed - great venue! It was Stickmen 7, Rack Pack 5 at the break. Cele got all 3 of his, but Gary got all 3 of his to balance it out. Keith and Scott got the Beer Frame from Mikey and Gary, 2-1. Scott then came back and got all 3 of his, but then so did Matt for Shenanigan's. That made it 10-8 Stickmen - Keith had to get one, Mikey had to get all 3 in the final pairing. Mikey got the first one to make it 10-9, but Keith came back and shut the door in the next two making it 12-9 Stickmen.

The final game of the week was between the O-Team and Empire, at the Oasis. It was all Oasis in the first half - up 9-3 thanks to Russ and Chuck's 3-0 wins. Joel and Dave Napier beat CJ and Curt in the beer frame, 2-0. Curt then got all 3 for the Empire, but Dave and Joel came back and got 2 and 3 respectively to make it a 14-7 Oasis O-Team win. 

Good luck next week (tonight).

-Scott-

 


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