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TheBigCat

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Hi Marc... This is just a short note to let you know the winner of Saturdays tournament was Sandy Schultz who defeated Mike Lee in the final match, 227 to 216. This is Sandy's first SSO Championship and the first SSO female champion! Sandy averaged over 257 in the five game elimination rounds with a high game of 290 in round 2. Congratulations to both finalists!

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wow
the level of competition in this senior tournament group is pretty close to a regional senior PBA event, minus the Pete Weber / Norm Duke types...and Sandy is by far the best looking winner we've ever had. i think women bowlers are eligible to bowl at the age of 45+, instead of the standard 50+ for men...but still.
i had to miss this one due to my niece getting married that day, but i'm sure there was, as usual, at least a half dozen PBA members, and another 20+ bowlers that would be PBA bowlers if there was any money to be won as a PBA bowler.

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just got an update from my friend that bowled.  there were 73 bowlers there...73!!! for a summer event. the cut to make King-of-Hill/Match Play was +112 for 6 games of qualifying...a little higher than normal, since we almost always bowl on something real tough. Sandy had 840something in her first 3 games of match play, which included a 20-bagger over 2 pair of lanes, with no practice between games.
just...wow.
the group bowls in Metro Detroit, but there were bowlers there from Canada, Illinois, and Ohio, in addition to the Michigan guys. almost all the big guns, and the PBA guys were there.
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I'm looking forward to competing in this and seeing what I can do.  This particular tournament was at Country Lanes, one of the few places with wooden lanes, which makes it that much tougher to score like Sandy did.
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I'm looking forward to competing in this and seeing what I can do.  This particular tournament was at Country Lanes, one of the few places with wooden lanes, which makes it that much tougher to score like Sandy did.


Maybe she was throwing a Gold Angle.  [wink]


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