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Central Valley Triangle Is This Weekend !!!!
Saturday, October 1st and Sunday, October 2nd

A quick reminder that the Central Valley Triangle is this weekend.  Practice start promptly at 10AM.

A 9 Gamer across 3 Centers in 1 Day

Start with               3 Games @ Yosemite Lanes

Then                     3 Games @ West Lane Bowl

Finish with             3 Games @ West Valley Bowl


A few spots have opened for Sunday, October 2nd.  

If you want a spot for Sunday, email me at bowl857@comcast.net. 

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Want To Practice On PBA and Sport Patterns??

For those of you who like to practice on tougher conditions, I'd like to announce the beginning of the Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl Practice Sessions.

The sessions will be conducted on Sunday Evening’s beginning on September 11th from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M.  For a cost of $15, bowlers can practice on a different pattern each week.  We'll either use PBA or Kegel Sport or Challenge Patterns.  On the Sunday prior to the Gold Pin Tournament, that pattern will be used.  The automatic scorers will not be turned on, so bowlers can move from lane to lane.

The sessions are open to youth bowlers as well as adults.

The flyer which also has the pattern schedule for September & October.

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Salvemini Takes Title at 
BBA’s 1st Scratch Senior Singles


61 year old Joe Salvemini topped a great field of 48 bowlers and won $700 in the process in BBA’s 1st (of hopefully many) Scratch Senior Singles on August 21st @ Clayton Valley Bowl.

In the final match, Joe needed a 9 count or a strike on the 1st ball of the 10th frame for the win.  The situation tightened up a bit when Salvemini came in light and left the 3-9.  However, the new operator of the Pro Shop inside AMF Rocklin Bowl was up to the task and easily converted the spare and finished with a 229-221 win.

2nd place & $450 went to Garrie Yacap, who led all qualifiers with a huge 5 game block of 1320, which included a 1st game of 216….so he went 1104 for the final 4 games of qualifying and had a 300 in game 1 of the finals.

With a 226-191 win over Marty Deh in the final game of the finals round, Chuck Tillson remained in 3rd place to earn $320.

Of the 48 bowler field, the majority of it (28) was made of bowlers in the 55 & over age category, while the rest (20) came out of the 45-54 age group.

The oldest player in the event, 71 year old John Dorsett made the finals, qualifying 6th in his division with 1125, eventually finishing in 8th for $130.

The tournament’s other 300 game came from Ron Case in game 3 of qualifying, which was part of a 1258 block, which made him the high qualifier of the “kids” division.

Look for our 2nd BBA Senior Scratch Singles in November or December.







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Upcoming Tournaments


 

Date

Type

Games

Time 

Location

Month Of:
September
October
Practice Sessions
on PBA and Sport
Patterns
  Sundays Night
6pm-8pm 
Earl Anthony Dublin Bowl 
 10/01/16 Central Valley
Triangle

 
3 at each
center
 
10:00 AM
 
1st Stop: Yosemite Lanes
2nd Stop: West Lane Bowl
Last Stop: West Valley Bowl
 
10/02/16   Central Valley
Triangle
3 at each
center
 
10:00 AM
 
1st Stop: Yosemite Lanes
2nd Stop: West Lane Bowl
Last Stop: West Valley Bowl
 

      TO SIGN-UP FOR A TOURNAMENT, EMAIL PETER HAGIN @ BOWL857@COMCAST.NET

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