Bowlers take home awards

Sam Piccinato, Sherri Redford, and Rick and Andrew Stamarski were the big winners last Wednesday night at the banquet for the Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night bowling leagues.
Piccinato walked off with six individual awards, including high average (232) in the Tuesday men’s league, men’s high single flat (357) and high average (231) in the Wednesday mixed league, men’s high triple flat (917) in Thursday match play, and Hall of Fame honours for men’s high single (376) and men’s high triple (917).
He also won two team awards as a member of A&W (Wednesday night league champs) and Investors (Thursday night ‘A’ division playoff champs).
Redford won four individual awards, including ladies’ high single flat (395) and high average (229) in the Wednesday mixed league, which also earned her Hall of Fame honours for ladies’ high single and high average.
She also won a team award with Investors (Thursday night ‘A’ division playoff champs).
Rick Stamarski won individual awards for high triple flat (911) in the Tuesday men’s league, men’s high single flat (360) and high average (241) in the Thursday night match play, and Hall of Fame honours for men’s high average (241).
He won two team awards with “Soon” (Tuesday night league champs) and Investors (Thursday night ‘A’ division playoff champs).
Meanwhile, Andrew Stamarski won individual awards for high triple pins over average (+203) in the Tuesday men’s league and men’s high single pins over average (+125) in Thursday match play.
He also won a team award as a member of Investors (Thursday night ‘A’ division playoff champs).
Other Tuesday men’s league winners were Bob Petawanaqueb for high single flat (374) and John Plichta for high single pins over average (+154).
Teams awards went to McTaggarts for high single flat (1,244), 100 Club for high triple flat (3,454), Mixed Nuts for high single pins over average (+233), and Soon for high triple pins over average (+331).
Nine-week segment winners were 100 Club (148.0), Soon (152.0), and McTaggarts (155.0).
Soon, made up of Jim Plumridge, Bill Plumridge, Monroe Plumridge, Rick Stamarski, Marty Grinsell, and Derald McCool, was the league champs while Mixed Nuts, featuring Andy Crook, Ron Silver, Doug Berry Brent Mills, and Louie Gauthier, were the playoff champs.
Other Wednesday mixed league winners were Gwenn AmOrde for ladies’ high triple (756), Dino Morelli for men’s high triple (913), Marlene Visser for ladies’ high single pins over average (+126), Lanny Freeman for men’s high single pins over average (+146), Christine Jourdain for ladies’ high triple pins over average (+227), and Rob McNay for men’s high triple pins over average (+221).
Team awards went to A&W for high single flat (1,237), Old Dutch for high triple flat (3,127), Friends for high single pins over average (+228), and Better Than Nuttin’ for high triple pins over average (+404).
A&W, featuring Terri Ashworth, Sam Piccinato, Mike Behan, Gwenn AmOrde, Ed Polz, Chris Petersen, and Bev McCool, were the league champs.
The Rum Dums, including Jim and Vi Plumridge, Ed and Jeanne Kaun, Dave and Marie Gregory, and Jack and Carol Booth, were the ‘A’ division playoff champs while the Mohawks (Sharon and Ed Larocque, Diane and Dave Carruthers, Kathy and Dale Kaemingh, and Andrea Silander) were the ‘B’ division playoff champs.
Other match play league winners were Toni Bale for ladies’ high single flat (340), Dona Pollard for ladies’ high average (208) and high triple flat (820), Betty Ann Brown for ladies’ high single pins over average (+129), Maggie Tarrant for ladies’ high triple pins over average (+202), and Rich Walton for men’s high triple pins over average (+205).
Team awards went to Investors for high single flat (1,120), Revco Rug Rats for high triple flat (3,486), McCool Transport for high single pins over average (+242), and We-Cheat-To-Win for high triple pins over aveage (+461).
McCool Transport, featuring Toni Bale, Rich Walton, Dennis Barras, Bruce Henry, Janet Ellis, Carmen Walton, and Bev McCool, were the league champs.
Investors (Rick and Chris Stamarski, Amy Gushulak, Carla Hanzuk, Sam Piccinato, and Sherri Redford) were the ‘A’ division playoff champs while the Bedrock Rockers (Rick, Sherry, and R.J. Comeau, Calvin Morrisseau, and Jane Doe) were the ‘B’ division playoff champs.
McCool Transport (from the Thursday match play league) were crowned the Champion of Champions while the Screw-Ups (Des Grant, Luc and LeeAnn Quesnel, Tom and Vanessa Herbert, and Carolyn and Rick Stamarski) were the Aggregate champs.
Also inducted to the Hall of Fame at last Wednesday’s banquet, held at the Kitchen Creek clubhouse, were Allison AmOrde for YBC high single (345) and Tim Chabot for YBC high single (287) for 1996-97.


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