Greatest Matches – Championship Week

Tonight after 7 weeks of match play and 2 weekends of qualifying the 2013 Budweiser Big 10 will crown a winner.  The crowd was amazing for the title match, there were many past champions in the crowd and supporters for both bowlers.  It looked to be one of the largest crowds they have had in recent years.

Its a battle of the Steve Bs, Steve Breitbach the Champion of the Winners Bracket and Steve Beck the Champion of the Losers Bracket. Steve Breitbach needs one win to be crowned the champion while Beck needs to defeat Steve Breitbach twice to the title.

Before we get to that – we first need to congratulate Creslanes Pro Shop for winning the Baker Tournament.  Team members include:

Andy Ehrlich
Tony Habel
Stephen Habel
Bob Beyer
Steve Kamentz
 

Great Job Guys – this is a fun tournament where 5 guys bowl one game, each member of the team completing 2 frames each game – across lanes 1-12.  Top 4 made it to the finals and a 2 game match play where 1 bowled 4 and 2 bowled 3 winners met for the championship!  There were a lot of great games and fun was had by all!

Now on to the marquee match

Steve Breitbach vs  Steve Beck

At 7 pm on lanes 7-8, Breitbach a lefty starts us with a strike,  Beck starts with a strike on 8 and then gets another on 7 – almost leaving the 7-10 split but carries both out for a double to start. Breitbach goes  2-4-7 for a spare, strike,  Beck goes light leaves the 2-8 and spares then strikes again,  Breitbach leaves the  4-6-10 split and covers 2 for an open, 7 pin spare,    Beck leaves the 10 pin and spares then leaves the bucket and covers it, Breitbach carries a light strike on 8, then a solid shot on 7 for a double, Beck strikes, then leaves a 4 pin and spares, Breitbach carries 2 more solid shots for strikes to make a 4 bagger, Beck covers the 7 pin, then trips the 10 in the first shot in the 10th on and then throws 2 solid strikes for 214.  Breitbach can strike out for a 20 pin lead to start the match, but goes high leaving the 4-7-10 split and covers 2 for an open and a 203 game.   Beck with an 11 pin lead starts game 2 with a 4 pin spare, Breitbach misses the 7 pin to start game 2, then carries a light strike, Beck carries a light strike in the 2nd, then goes high and leaves the 4-6-7 split for an open covering 2, Breitbach leave the 2-4-7 and spares, then misses wide left leaving the 1-2-9 and only taking the 1-2 on the spare attempt, Beck trips the 10 for a strike then rolls a solid strike,  Breitbach goes high and leaves the 4-7 and spares, then with pins flying across the deck leaves a 7 pin and spares, Beck strikes again, then leaves a solid 9 pin and spares, Breitbach trips the 6-10 for a strike, then leaves a washout and covers 3, Beck strikes on his next two shots, Breitbach strikes in the 9th, then goes light leaving the 3 pin and spares, then strikes for 162 (his low game for the tournament).  Beck finishes game 2 with a pair of strikes and a 10 pin for 236 and a 85 pin lead going into game 3.  Last game Breitbach carries a light strike,  Beck strikes then leaves the 10 pin and spares, Breitbach carries another light mixer then carries a solid shot in the 3rd, Beck leaves another 10 pin and spares, then strikes, Breitbach comes in light and leaves a 10 pin and spares, then strikes, Beck strikes 2 more times(3 in a row), Breitbach carries a light shot, then stuffs the pocket for a solid strike giving him a turkey,  Beck trips the 10 out for a strike but goes high the next shot for 3-6-10 and spares, Breitbach strikes in the 8th, then trips the 6 for a strike in the 9th and a 5 bagger,  Beck then strikes in the 9th and the first match is his, he finishes with a double and 9 for 245/695.  Breitbach finishes his match with a 6 pin spare and then leaves the 7 pin for a nice 257 finish but comes up short with a 622 series.  Now each bowler has a loss and the next match is for the Championship!

Steve Breitbach  vs  Steve Beck (match 2)

Match 2 moves a pair to the right – to 9-10 at 8 pm.  Breitbach starts us out with a strike, Beck doubles, Breitbach leaves a light 7 pin and spares, then carries a mixer, Beck trips the 4 pin for a strike, then rolls a solid shot for strike, Breitbach strikes in the 4th, then leaves a solid 7 pin and misses it, Beck leaves a 9 pin tripping out the 4 to avoid a split and spares, then strikes in the 6th, Breitbach strikes, the leaves the 6-9 and spares, Beck leaves a 10 pin and spares, then a 9 pin and spares, Breitbach leaves a 7 pin and covers this one, then carries a mixer,  Beck trips the 10 for a strike, then strikes again in the 10th, in the 11th he leaves a 10 pin and spares for 237, Breitbach strikes out in the 10th for 216.  Beck starts game 2 with a 21 pin lead, and starts with a strike, Breitbach starts with 2 solid strikes, Beck carries 2 more, Breitbach strikes again in the 3rd, then leaves the 4-7 and covers only the 7 pin for an open, Beck trips the 4 for a strike, then another solid shot to make a 5 bagger, Breitbach leaves the 7 pin and spares, then comes in light and leaves the 10 pin and spares,  Beck ends his string of strikes with a solid 8 and spares, then carries a light strike, Breitbach doubles on his next turn, Beck trips out the 10 pin and strikes then rolls another solid shot for a strike, Breitbach goes high leaving the 4-7-10 and covers 2 for an open in the 9th, then strikes out in the 10th for 210.  Beck goes light leaving the 7 pin and spares, then strikes for 258.  Beck leads Breitbach 495 – 426 after 2 games.  Down 69 pins Breitbach starts with a strike, Beck matches him then leaves a 7 pin and spares, Breitbach goes light leaving the 2 pin and spares, then carries a light mixer, Beck leaves back to back 10s but covers them both, Breitbach goes high leaving the 4-7 and spares, then carries another light strike, Beck strikes in the 5th, then leaves a 7 pin and spares, Breitbach leaves a 7 pin and spares and is running out of frames, he leaves a solid 6 pin in the 7th and spares, Beck packs 2 solid strikes, Breitbach rolls a great shot but cant get the 7 pin to fall but moves it off its spot and spares and he strikes, when Beck strikes in the 9th the championship is his, he finishes with a 10 pin spares and 9 for 216 and a 711 series.  Breitbach strikes out for 218 and 644.  Steve Beck is your 2013 Budweiser Big 10 Champion!  Congratulations!   The crowd was on its feet for both bowlers who bowled terrific.

Both Steve’s had to deal with Cancer this year, Steve Breitbach lost his grandmother this past week to cancer, and Steve Beck battled Throat Cancer earlier this year.  Both bowlers were gracious and gave great speeches, saying that no matter what each felt like a winner just getting to the finals.  You could have heard a pin drop when while Beck gave his speech, thanking his family, friends and fellow bowlers for helping him through his trying year, Beck capped it all off by saying his goal this season after surviving Cancer was just to bowl and watch his son Cody play ball.

And with that its a wrap!  The 2013 tournament is complete, we will see you all next year!

Here is a complete breakdown of the cashers and high scores

Steve Beck is the Winner of the 2013 Budweiser Big 10 Tournament!

 2013 Budweiser Big 10 Champion - Steve Beck

2013 Budweiser Big 10 Champion – Steve Beck

Steve  defeated Steve Breitbach in the 1st match tonight 695 to 622 to to force a second match, which he also won 711 – 644 to take the championship of the Budweiser Big 10 tournament!

Big 10 Prize fund
1st place $1000.00 plus Trophy
2nd place $ 500.00 plus Trophy
prize fund pays down to 12th place.

Prizes also awarded for:

  • High Game of Tournament
  • High Series of Tournament
  • High Qualifying Score

Total prize fund – $2,815.00!!

Call Creslanes to schedule your qualifying time at 563-583-9766

Budweiser Big 10 – Final Results 2012

High Qualifier
Winner received a Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein and $35.00
Colton Hedrick and Kurt Schmidt
High Game
Winners received A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein and $15.00 cash
Tyler Kohl 300
Tony Habel (2) 300
Dennis Pergande 300
Steve Beck  300

 

High Series
Winners received A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, and $15.00 cash
Kenny Slaght  836
9th Thru 12th Place
Winners receive A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, and $75.00 cash
Tony Habel
Terry Cottrell
Bo Bertolini
Jason Lanser
7th and 8th Place
Winners receive A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, and $100.00 cash
Dan Moore
Dennis Pergande
5th and 6th Place
Brian White
Josh Einsweiler

 

4th Place
Winner receives A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, and $200.00 cash
Chris Schultz
3rd Place
Winner receives A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, and $300.00 cash
Zach Althaus
2nd Place
Winner receives A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, A Plaque and $500.00 cash
Steve Breitbach
1st Place
Winner receives A Budweiser Commemorative Beer Stein, A Plaque, A Budweiser Champion Jacket and $1000.00 cash
Steve Beck
Champion Steve Beck with Runner up Steve Breitbach

Champion Steve Beck with Runner up Steve Breitbach

2013 Week 6 – Losers Bracket Champion Determined tonight!

After tonight there is one week left of the 2013 Budweiser Big 10 tournament, Winners bracket champion Steve Breitbach gets to enjoy the night off, while Chris Schultz, Brian White, Zach Althaus, Josh Einsweiler and Steve Beck duke it out to see who will survive the night and win the right to face Breitbach next week.  Whoever wins – will have to win twice next week to be the champion.  There were 4 matches tonight – we will review all 4

Brian White  vs  Chris Schultz

White starts us out with a double, 2-10 split for an open, turkey, 10 pin spare, a messenger takes out the 10 pin for a strike, almost leaves the 7-10 split but the 10 is taken out late and he covers the 7 for a spare, double and 9 for 224 the first game.  Schultz goes 10 pin spare, strike, 2 pin spare, 4 bagger, 4-8 spare, 5-7 split for an open, solid 8 pin for a spare and strike for 215 and done 9.  2nd Schultz goes double, 10 pin spare, strike, 7 pin spare, 7 bagger for 259,  White goes strike 10 pin spare, 4 bagger, covers the bucket, turkey, 10  pin spare for 246.  Schultz has a 4 pin lead going into game 3.  White starts with a 2 pin spare, Schultz trips the 10 in the first for a strike, then a messenger takes out the 10 in the 2nd to give him a double, White strikes in the 2nd, then goes light for the 2-8 and covers only the 8 on the spare attempt for an open.  Schultz tacks on 2 more strikes, White trips a 9 for a strike, then a sold shot to make a double, Schultz rolls 2 more strikes, White leaves the 10 pin and covers it, then strikes, Schultz leaves back to back 4 pins and covers both, giving a slim opening to White who strikes in the 8th and 9th, but now he needs an opening from Schultz – who does not give it to him, Schultz strikes in the 9th, 10th and 11th to shut White out his 265 /739 finish knocks White 237/707 out of the tournament.  White finishes in a tie for 5th and 6th place and also joins the 700 and lose club.  Great bowling guys – Congrats to Chris – he will meet the winner of the next match at 7 pm.

Zach Althaus vs Josh Einsweiler

Althaus starts us out on 9-10 with a turkey, 10 pin spare, double, 10 pin spare, double 7 pin spare and 10 pin for 236.  Einsweiler double, 3-6 spare, double, 2-8 and only gets one for an open, 10 pin spare, 3-10 split for a spare, 1-2-6-8-10 washout and gets 2 for an open, 2-10 split for an open for a 173 and down 63.  Einsweiler goes strike 9 pin spare, 5 bagger, 2-8-10 split for an open, 1-2 spare, 3-6-10 spare and then for 221 and 394 after 2.  Althaus goes 2 pin spare, double, 6 count  bucket and gets 3, strike, 7 pin spare, strike, trips the 10 for another strike, then another strike in the 9th for a turkey, 7 pin spare and strike for 213 and 449 and a 54 pin lead.  The last game Althaus starts with a 4 bagger, Einsweiler leaves a 10 pin and spares then turkeys, then leaves the 7 pin and spares and then strikes, Althaus covers the 10 pin the 5th, then doubles.  When Eisweiler leaves a 10 pin in the 7th and misses it the match is over, he spares the 9th and doubles in the 10th for 213 and 607, but Althaus strikes in the 8th and 9th, leaves the 10 pin the 10th and covers it and strikes for 258 and 707 – a 100 pin win over Einsweiler who had a great tournament – finishing his tournament in a tie for 5th and 6th place.  Althaus will face Schultz at 7 pm – the winner of that match will face Beck for the chance to bowl for the Championship of the Losers bracket.

Zach Althaus vs  Chris Schultz

Althaus starts us on 5-6 with a light 8 pin and spares, then a pair of 10 pin spares, and finally gets the first strike of the match in the 4th carrying out the 7-10 last.  4 more strikes for a 5 bagger, 2 pin spare, strike, bucket for a spare and a 237 start.  Schultz covers the bucket, then 8-10 split for an open, misses the 10 for another open, covers the 2-4-8, turkey, 10 pin miss, 10 pin spare, turkey for 193 and down 44 pins.  Schultz starts the 2nd game with a 10 pin spare, 5 bagger, 4-6-7 split for an open, 2-4-8 spare, 7 pin spare, turkey for 234.  Althaus goes double, bucket spare, 4 bagger, 5-7 split for an open, 4 pin spare and trips the 10 in the first strike in the 10th and tacks on 2 more for 232 and 469 and still up 42 pins.  Last game Althaus leaves the 7 pin and spares, Schultz doubles, Althaus doubles, Schultz leaves back to back 10s but covers both, Althaus leaves the 10 and spares, then strikes, Schultz carries a light strike then leaves a 4 pin and spares on the next shot.  Althaus leaves the bucket and gets on 3 for an open, then a light strike, Schultz throws 2 solid shots and he is down 22 pins with a few frames to go.  Althaus leaves the 3-6-10 and spares, then trips the 10 for a strike, Schultz needs to strike out, but leaves the 10 pin and spares, then a strike spare finish for 217 and 644.  Althaus strikes out for 217 and 686 and wins the match by 42 pins.  Schultz – last years runner up finishes in 4th place this year – another great tournament.  Althaus will face Steve Beck for the championship of the Losers bracket at 8 pm.

Championship match for the Losers Bracket

Zach Althaus vs  Steve Beck

Althaus starts the match on 7-8 with a turkey, 3-6-10 spare, 4-8 spare, strike, messenger takes out the 10 for another strike, light strike, solid strike, 4 pin spare, strike for a 244 start.  Beck goes 10 pin spare, strike, trip 4 for another strike, strike, trip 10 for a 4 bagger and then one more solid shot for 5 in a row, 4 pin spare, double 10 pin spare and 9 for 247 and a 3 pin lead.  2nd game Beck throws 12 strikes for a 300 game and 547 after 2 games, Althaus starts with a turkey, Greek Church for an open getting 3, 2 pin spare, strike, 4-7 spare, then finishes with a 5 bagger for 231 and 475 but down 72 pins going into the last game.  Althaus starts us with a solid 9 and spares it, Beck leaves the 10 pin and spares then strikes, Althaus covers the 2-4 then strikes, Beck rolls 2 more strikes, Althaus strikes in the 4th and a light mixer in the 5th and he has a turkey, Beck strikes in the 5th and then leaves the 2 pin and spares,  Althaus leaves the 2-8 and spares, then covers the 2-4,  Beck strikes in the 7th, carries a light strike in the 8th to clinch the win, Althaus finishes the game with a spare, split for an open and then covers the 2-5-7-8 split for a spare then strikes for 198/673 and finishes in 3rd place and a great showing in the tournament.  Beck opens the 9th, strike spare in the 10th for 223 and a 770 series.  Steve Beck is your 2013 Losers Bracket Champion!  He will face Steve Breitbach next week at 7 pm and must beat him twice to claim the championship!

So which Stevie B will win the tournament? The lefty who did an amazing job of carving his way through the winners bracket, or the righty who wasn’t so sure he would even be able to start the bowling season this year.  So choose your side, come cheer on Team Beck or Team Breitbach next week and have a great time!  Don’t forget the Baker Team Tournament starts Saturday afternoon at 1:30 – this team event is one of my favorite tournaments, because 5 bowlers have to come together to compete as one.  

As many of you know 10 months ago we didn’t know if Steve would even be able to bowl this year.  He was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma.  We found out he had Cancer at the end of February, it started on his tongue and spread to a lymph node.  With aggressive treatment starting the first week of April in Iowa City, 7 weeks of Radiation and 2 rounds of Chemo (he was too weak to take the 3rd round) he was given a clean bill of health in August!  I personally want to thank everyone that helped us get to the cure, the doctors, our family, friends and our bowling family.  For 7 weeks our family and friends drove us to Iowa City.  I never ran out of volunteers, and when it was a doctor day and I was the driver, others like the Monday night league at Creslanes donated money to help pay for gas.  Others like Chris Hill and Tiffany did a t-shirt fund raiser for Team Beck – Strike out Cancer.  There have been so many people that have gone out of their way to help us and we truly appreciate each and every one of you!  Win or lose next week – a very crappy 2013 will end on a high note with Steve in good health.

Have a great week – stay safe – and stay warm!

Stephanie

 

2013 Budweiser Big 10 – Losers Bracket Champion – Steve Beck

5 bowlers bowled tonight to determine who would meet Steve Breitbach in the championship match next week.  Results are posted – and Steve Beck rolled a 300 game his second game  and beat Zach Althaus in the final match of the night to win the Losers Bracket.

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Next week is the finals starting at 7 PM and if Beck defeats Breitbach the first match there will be a second match at 8 PM.  The Baker Team Tournament preceeds the Finals and will start at 1:30 PM.  There are 12 teams in the Baker tournament, where 5 bowlers combine to bowl one game, they will bowl one game on each lane from 1-12 – top 4 qualifiers will meet in the finals for a 2 game roll off.

 

Finishing in a tie for 5th and 6th

Brian White and Josh Einsweiler

Finishing 4th

Chris Schultz

Finishing Third

Zach Althaus

Finalist for next week – Steve Beck and Steve Breitbach

 

Week 6 Scores

2013 Greatest Matches Week 5

The field has been narrowed to 12 and after tonight that will be cut in half.  We will have a Winners bracket champion and 5 bowlers in the Losers bracket who will compete for the Champion of that bracket next week.

Steve Beck  vs  Chris Schultz

This is a Winners bracket match on 5-6. Beck the 2001 Champion and Schultz was the runner up last year.  Beck starts with a strike, 10 pin spare, then strikes 10 more times for a 280 start.  Not to be out done – Schultz starts the game better with the first 8 strikes, but leaves a 10 pin and misses it, then strikes and leaves another 10 pin and picks that one up for 257 – but down 23 pins.  2nd game Schultz starts with a double, Greek Church and gets 3 for an open, turkey, 10 pin spare, double, leaves the bucket and spares then strikes for 216.  Beck leaves a 4 pin, then gets a 9 bagger, 4 pin spare, strike for 269 and a 549 2 game total and up 76 pins.  Last game Beck starts with a double, Schultz goes light for a 4 pin and spares, then leaves the 5-7 split and opens, Beck leaves back to back  10 pins and spares, Schultz doubles, Beck strikes then leaves a 4 pin and spares.  Schultz gets 2 more, but leaves the 10 pin in the 7th and misses it and when Beck covers another 10 pin in the 7th the match is over.  Schultz strikes out for 233, Beck finishes with a turkey, 5 and 2 for 219.  Beck wins the match 768 – 706 and Schultz becomes a member of the 700 and lose club.  Beck will bowl the winner of the next match between Breitbach and Einsweiler.  Schultz who bowled well – is not out – but will have to win 3 matches to survive.

Steve Breitbach vs  Josh Einsweiler

Winners bracket match #2 on 11-12.  Breitbach starts the match with a 4 bagger, 4 pin spare and strikes out for 279.  Einsweiler startes strike, 1-2-4-8 spare, turkey, 1-2-8-10 and covers 3, turkey, and a 7-10 split for an open in the 10th for 210 and down 69.  2nd game Einsweiler goes double, 7 pin spare, double, 7 pin spare, 6 bagger for 258.  Breitbach strikes the first frame, then struggles leaving the 6-7-10 split for an open, misses the 7 pin, covers the 7 pin, misses a 6 pin, then rolls a 5 bagger, and spares for 204 and his 69 pin lead is down to 15.  Last game Breitbach starts with a strike, Einsweiler starts strike, 10 pin spare, Breitbach gets another strike for a double, then leaves an 8 pin and spares, Einsweiler doubles on his next turn, Breitbach leaves a 10 pin and spares, then strikes, Einsweiler leaves a 10 pin and spares, then strikes, Breitbach leaves the 6 pin and spares, then a 7 pin and spares, Einsweiler leaves another 10 pin on the right lane and covers it then strikes again and there is still about 10 pins separating the two.  Breitbach doubles on his next turn, Einsweiler strikes in the 9th and the first one in the 10th, then comes in light and leaves the 2-8-10 split and gets 2.  Breitbach needs a mark to win and gets the first one in the 10th then gets a 7 spare for 224 and a 707, Einsweiler comes up 14 pins short with is 225/693.  Breitbach will face Beck to determine the winner of the championship match, Einsweiler is still in the tournament – he will also have to win 3 matches next week to have a shot at the title.

Terry Cottrell  vs  Dan Moore

Winner bowls on, loser is out.  Cottrell starts us out with a strike, 10 pin spare, 3-4-6-7-10 split and spares, strike, 10 pin spare, double, 10 pin spare, double, 10 pin spare for 213.  Moore goes strike, 10 pin spare, turkey, 6-10 spare, 6 bagger for 258.  2nd game Moore goes double, 6 pin spare, turkey, misses a 7 pin, and ends with a 5 bagger for 246.  Cottrell starts with the first 11, leaving another 10 pin in the 12th for 299 and a slim lead over Moore.  512 – 504.  Cottrell starts the last game with a strike,  Moore goes strike 7 pin spare, Cottrell gets another strike, then another 10 pin spare, , Moore misses a 7 pin, then strikes.  Cottrell has extended his lead, but leaves his 7th 10 pin of the match and covers it, then strikes, Moore doubles on his next turn, Cottrell leaves a 4 pin and spares, then the 2-7-8 and spares, Moore adds 2 more strikes and the advantage swings back to Moore.  Cottrell doubles, when Moore gets the first one in the 10th the match is his…. but bowlers strike out to finish.  Moore 258/770 knocks Cottrell out of the tournament with his 235/747 and he becomes the 2nd member of the 700 and lose club tonight.   Cottrell along with Habel, Bertolini and Lanser finish tied for 9- 12th place.  Moore will face Brian White at 8 pm.  Great match guys!

Zach Althaus vs  Dennis Pergande

8 pm match on 7-8.  Althaus had defeated Bo Bertolini previously on this same pair at 7.  Althaus starts us out with a 4 bagger, 10 pin miss, covers the bucket, 7-10 split for an open getting one, 8 pin spare, double, wash out and gets 2 for 208.  Pergande goes strike, 10 pin spare, turkey, 7 pin spare, 8 pin spare, 3-9 spare, 4 bagger for 236.  2nd game Pergande goes strike, trips out the 6-7-10 for another strike, then a solid shot to make a turkey, covers the bucket, picks up the 6 pin, double, 7 pin miss, strike, 7 pin spare, strike for 213.  Althaus goes 4 bagger, 10 pin spare, gets 2 solid strikes then mixes them up for a light strike and a turkey.  Then goes lighter yet for a split – 2-4-10 for an open getting 2, then double and 9 for 243 and slim 2 pin lead over Pergande.  Althaus starts us with a strike, Pergande leaves a 7 pin that moves a whole spot over and has to be reset, then cover it and strikes, Althaus leaves the 10 and spares then strikes, Pergande leaves the 2-4-7 and gets 1 then leaves a solid 8 pin and spares, Althaus strikes, then covers the 10 pin, Pergande strikes, then almost leaves a 7-10 split but the 10 falls, and he covers the spare, Althaus leaves the 2-4-8 and gets only 2, making the match a 1 pin match in his favor after he spares the 4-7 in the 7th.  Pergande trips the 8 for a strike, then gets another solid strike in the 8th. Althaus answers back with 2 strikes,  Pergande then strikes in the 9th and 10th, then leaves a 7 pin and misses it, Althaus needs to match him to win.  He gets the first one in the 10th, then the 2nd one and then the 3rd, for a 225/676 win over Pergande’s 214/663.  Another great match that knocks a good bowler out of the tournament.  Pergande is joined by Dan Moore who was defeated by Brian White and they finish in a tie for 7-8th place.  Great job guys!

Steve Beck vs  Steve Breitbach

Winner bracket Champion will be decided with this match, righty vs lefty on 5-6 where Beck had previously rocked a  big 768 series.  Beck starts the match with a strike, 3-6 spare, double, 10 pin spare, turkey, 10 pin spare,  4 pin spare and a strike for 227.  Breitbach goes 7 pin spare, trip 7 for a strike, solid strike, tripped the 3 forward for a strike, then one more strike to make a 4 bagger, then light for a 6 pin spare, 10 pin spare, strike, solid 7 with a sweeper that just missed taking it out for a spare, then a 3-6-7-9 split and gets 2 in the 10th for an open and 208.  2nd game Breitbach goes 7 pin spare, 5 bagger, 5 pin spare, misses a 7 pin, 4 bagger for 247.  Beck goes light strike, strike, 6-10 spare, strike, 10 pin spare, 4 pin spare, double, 3-6 spare, strike, 10 pin spare for 215 and down 17 going into the last game. Beck starts us with a strike in game 3, Breitbach goes 6 pin spare, 3 pin spare, Beck leaves the 9 pin and spares, then the 4-10 split and gets 1, Breitbach leaves the 6-8 split and opens missing both, then strikes, Beck leaves another 4-10 split and misses both then strikes, Breitbach leaves an 8 pin and spares then strikes, Beck leaves the bucket and spares then strikes, Breitbach doubles on his next turn, Beck strikes in the 8th and 9th, but a strike by Breitbach in the 9th seals the win for him, he finishes by striking out for 235, Beck spares and strikes for 193 and is knocked to the losers bracket to await the survivor of the 6 and 7 pm matches.  Steve Breitbach is your 2013 Winners Bracket Champion and earns a week off next week as the winner of the Losers bracket is decided.  Great bowling guys and Congratulations to Steve, he is one win away from the championship!

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Cya you all at the lanes next week where White/Schultz winner will duke it out with the winner of Althaus/Einsweiler and the winner of that match will face Beck to determine the Winner of the Losers bracket and Breitbachs opponent for the final week.    Also a reminder on championship day – the Baker tournament will be held in the afternoon.  This is a great team tournament as it takes 5 guys to bowl one game – 12 games qualifying with the top 4 teams bowling match play to determine the winner.

Stephanie

 

 

Week 5 results and Week 6 matches posted

Congratulations to Steve Breitbach for winning the Winners Bracket Championship tonight!

Steve will get the week off next week and will watch as the remaining 5 bowlers duke it out to see who will challenge him for the championship in 2 weeks.

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Week 5 Results

2013 Budweiser Big 10 Greatest Matches – Week 4 – Hell Week

Welcome to Hell Week, where some bowlers will have to bowl 3 matches just to cash!  If you survive tonight you cash.  There will be 4 bowlers left in the Winner’s Bracket and 8 in the Losers Bracket.  4 bowlers roll a 700 and lose and a shout out to Tony Habel and Dennis Pergande who both rolled 300 games tonight!  Yup 2nd for Tony in back to back weeks!

2 of the 4 in the 700 and lose club are – Chris Clancy 707 who lost to Jerome Lang 722.  Lang came out hot with a 2 game start of 515 to Clancy’s 452.  Lang bowled well enough the last game to hang on for the win!  Next up is lefty Dan Moore whose 708 was not enough to keep him in the winner’s bracket.  Josh Einsweiler beat him with a 726. The match was close the first game 228-227 in favor of Moore, but after that it was all Einsweiler – with games of 254 and 245.  Moore who would have beat out 5 of the other 7 winners bracket bowlers – gets bumped to the losers bracket.

Colton Hedrick  vs   Tony Habel

6 PM on 7 & 8, a Losers bracket match.  Hedrick starts us out with a strike, 6-10 spare, strike, 6-10 spare, 2 pin spare, strike, 10 pin spare, turkey, 4 pin spare for 218.  Habel goes strike, 10 pin spare, 4 bagger, misses a 10 pin, strikes, 7 pin spare and a turkey to finish for 227 and an early 9 pin lead.  2nd game Habel goes strike, spare, double, 9 pin spare, 4 bagger, 10 pin spare and strike for 238 and a 465 start after 2.  Hedrick starts with a 5 bagger the 2nd game, 10 pin spare, turkey, 10 pin spare and a strike for 258 and 476 and the lead – 11 pins.  Hedrick starts the first half of the last game with a strike, 10 pin spare, strike, 7 pin spare, double, Habel strikes the first 6 frames and has the lead.  Hedrick leaves a 7-10 split and covers one – and strikes out for 226, Habel continues to strike and clinches the win in the 8th frame on his way to another 300 game and a big win over Hedrick.  Hedrick is our 3rd bowler out of the tournament rolling a 700 series and losing.  Habel rolls the big series of the night 768 on his way to victory and a chance at his next opponent Craig Liddle at 7 pm.  Hedrick who bowled well (4 – 700 series with a 2-2 record) in the tournament is bumped out.

Brian White vs Steve Breitbach

6 pm Winners bracket match on lanes 9-10.  White starts with a strike, 4 pin spare, 8 pin spare, 2 pin spare, turkey, 2-10 split and gets none going for the conversion, 10 pin spare, turkey for a 212 start.  Breitbach a lefty starts with the bucket and spares, doubles, 6 pin spare, 10 pin spare, 2-4-7 spare, 5 bagger and 9 for 244 and a 32 pin lead early.  Breitbach starts with a 5 bagger, 7-9 split for an open getting 1, strike, 6-10 spare, 7 pin spare, leaves the bucket in the 10th and only gets 2 for 211 but maintains his lead but its down to 22 pins.  Last game White leaves a 10 pin and spares, Breitbach strikes in the first, then crosses over for a brooklyn in the 2nd, White goes light and leaves the 8-10 split and gets 1, then doubles, Breitbach goes light and leaves the 3-7 split and opens getting one, then carries a light strike.  White leaves a big split(6) in the 5th and covers one, Breitbach strikes again,  then White starts to strike, getting 2 solid shots in the 6th and 7th, Breitbach leaves the 3-6-9 and covers it, then picks up the 7 pin, both strike in the 8th and Breitbach’s lead is down under 20 pins.  White strikes in the 9th, Breitbach covers the 6 pin and his lead is under 10 now going to the 10th.  Both strike the first ball in the 10th, Breitbach leaves a 6 pin in the 11th and covers it, White needs a strike to win and leaves the 2 pin, he spare and finishes with a 216.  Breitbach rolls 202 and hangs on for the win 657 – 641 over White.  White moves over to the Losers bracket and will face red-hot Tony Habel at 7 pm next week.  Breitbach is in the final 4 and will bowl next week for the Winner’s Bracket championship, other bowlers in the elite 4 are Steve Beck, Josh Einsweiler and the winner of the next match.

Dennis Pergande vs Chris Schultz

Same pair and time as previous match.  Winner will bowl for the Winners bracket championship next week, loser will take a bit longer road to the title match.  Pergande a lefty starts with a strike, 6 pin spare, double, pair of 6 pin spares, strike, 6 pin spare, 4-6 split for an open getting none, and a turkey for 204, Schultz goes 6 bagger, 7 pin spare, trip 10 for a strike, strikes again, then leaves the 10 pin and misses it in the 10th.  (Yep you asked and you received in bold and underlined!  Chris)  Schultz has a 246 game and a 42 pin lead.  Schultz rolls a 5 bagger to start the next game, 4-10 split for an open and gets none, strike, 9 pin spare, strike, 9 pin spare, strike for 224 and 470 after 2.  Pergande buries 12 strikes for a 300 game and 504 after 2, he has a 34 pin lead and a string of 15 straight strikes.  Pergande starts game 3 with a strike(16), Schultz leaves the 10 pin and makes this one, then gets a light strike, Pergande trips the 8 pin(17), then leaves the 2-4-7 and spares, Schultz leaves another 10 pin and misses it, then strikes, Pergandes rolls a double, Schultz leaves another 10 pin but covers this one then strikes.  Pergande goes high for a 4-6-10 split and gets 2, Schultz carries a light strike,  Pergande leaves a 7 pin and spares, Pergande still has a 25 pin lead at this point.  Schultz leaves a 10 pin in the 8th and spares, Pergande leaves the 2-4-6-7-10 split and gets none (5 and miss) but still has the advantage if he strikes out.  Schultz strikes in the 9th, Pergande leaves the 2-4-7 and spares, and still he can shut Schultz out.  Schultz strikes in the 10th, Pergande leaves the 2-4 and spares, Schultz must strike to win and now we are down to count.  Pergande strikes in the 11th and Schultz needs 7 to tie 8 to win and gets another strike.  Pergande’s 300/684 is not enough to hold off  Schultz who rolls 687 in an improbably win. Which goes to show you its never over til its over.  Something some if the younger bowlers need to learn.  Pergande moves to the losers bracket with a tough loss and a finish that just got away from him, covering just a few pins on the big split gets him the win.  Schultz is our last bowler in the Final 4.  Great match guys!

Shawn Stackis  vs  Tom Bertjens

Stackis starts with a missed 10 pin, chops the bucket, then covers the 5 pin for a spare, a 6 pin spare, finally strikes, then a 4-7-10 split for an open, strikes, picks up a wash out, doubles and 10 pin spare for 174.  Bertjens goes 5 bagger, 10 pin spare, 3-6-9-10 for a spare, 6-10 spare, 4-7 spare and a turkey to finish for 241.  2nd game Bertjens starts with a strike, 4-9 spare, strike, 6 pin spare, 5 count bucket and gets 4, strike, big 4 split and covers 2, 10 pin spare, 7 pin spare, then misses the 10 pin in the 10th for 157 and 398 after a great first game start.  Stackis goes 4-7 spare, 4 pin spare, 3-6 spare, 2-4-10 split for an open getting 2, 2 pin spare, double, 10 pin spare, 4 bagger for 212 and 386 – down 12 pins to Bertjens.  Last game Stackis leaves the 6-7-10 split and converts it, Bertjens crosses over and leaves the 6 pin but spares, then strikes, Stackis doubles, Bertjens goes high again leaving the 6-10 and spares, then leaves a 10 pin and spares, Stackis leaves a 10 pin and spares also in the 4th.  Both strike in the 5th, Stackis strike in the 6th, while Bertjens leaves another 10 pin and spares, both strike in the 7th, and Stackis has the lead.  Stackis leaves the 2-5 and spares and Bertjens strikes and gains back the advantage.  In the 9th Stackis strikes, Bertjens leaves the 4 pin and spares.  Stackis leaves the 3-6 and spares in the 10th,  Bertjens must strike but leaves the 3-6-10 and chops it, and the come from behind win goes to Stackis with his 224/610 finish to Bertjens 194/592.  Bertjens is bumped from the tournament – Stackis will face Jason Lanser next shift for a chance at cashing.

Tom Kramer vs  Jim Leach

Kramer another lefty starts with a turkey, 7 pin spare, 10 pin spare, 6 pin spare, 3-7 split and covers one, tyrkey and 3 pin spare for 223.  Leach goes 4 bagger, pair of 4 pin spares, solid 8 spare, double, 10 pin spare, strike for 236 and a 13 pin lead.  2nd game Leach goes turkey, 4-7-10 split and covers 2, 4-7 spare, double, 10 pin spare, 4 bagger for 234/470.  Kramer goes strike, light strike, 7 pin miss, strike, 7 pin spare, leaves a light 9 pin and spares, double, 7 pin spare, strike, 7 pin and misses for 204 and 427 after 2.  Down 43, Kramer starts with a strike, Leach misses a 10 pin, then gets a light strike, Kramer goes high and leaves the 2-4 and spares, then strikes, Leach leaves the bucket and spares, both strike in the 4th – 6th with Leach’s lead cut in half.  Kramer strikes in the 7th, Leach covers the 10 pin and when both strike in the 8th Leach clings to a 1 pin advantage.  Both strike in the 9th and we are down to who finishes best.  Leach gets his strike, Kramer leaves a 7 pin after 7 straight strikes and spares then strike to finish his game, Leach leaves a 2 pin and spares and defeats Kramer 697 – 686.  Kramer is bumped from the tournament with 2 tough losses.  Leach will bowl again at 8 pm and faces red hot Tony Habel.  Great match guys – almost another great come-from-behind win for Kramer that falls just short.

Dan Olberding vs Terry Cottrell

8 pm – one last chance to cash – on lanes 9-10. Olberding last years champ starts this match with a strike, 3-10 split for an open, 3-10 split for a spare, covers the bucket, 6-10 spare, 3-6 spare, then turkey, 4 pin spare strike for 200 on the nose. Cottrell starts better, going strike, 10 pin spare, turkey, 10 pin spare, double, 9 pin spare, double and 9 for 237.  Cottrell’s 2nd game looks to give him a big lead,  he goes strike 7 pin spare, 9 bagger and 9 for 279 and 516 after 2.  Olberding out does him that game, going strike, 10 pin spare, then goes to the wall for 280, making this an exciting match.  Olberding’s 480 puts him down 36 pins.  Olberding starts with a turkey, and when Cottrell goes 3-6-10 spare, 10 pin spare, strike, The lead is down to 15 pins, Cottrell leaves the 10 and covers it in the 4th, Olberding leaves the 4 pin and spares, both strike in the 5th, Cottrell adds another in the 6th and when Olberding leaves the 6-7-10 split and fails to covert, Cottrell gains his orginal lead back plus a couple more.  Both strike in the 7th,  Olberding leaves a 4 pin and converts in the 8th and Cottrell strikes again.  Olberding turkeys in the 9th and 10th and 9 for the fill for 226.  Cottrell strikes in the 9th and opens the 10th leaving a 3-10 split but the match was over when he struck the previous frame.  Cottrell wins 225/741 and knocks Olberding out of the tournament with his 226/706 and becomes the last member tonight of the 700 and lose club.  Cottrell grabs the early lead and uses this to hold off Olberding.  Great match guys!

Well we are down to 12 bowlers

Beck, Schultz, Breitbach, Einsweiler in the winners bracket and one will be the champion of the winners bracket and earn week 6 off.

Bertolini, Pergande, White, Moore, Habel, Cottrell, Lanser and Althaus remain in the losers bracket with only 2 of these that will survive next week.

Shifts are at 7 and 8 pm,  thanks again to my family for helping out with the scorekeeping, Cody and I rushed back from basketball to get there in time, Krystal my daughter and Patty Allen helped out the first shift and then Phil Breitbach came after work and Steve after his match stepped up to help finish off the 7 and 8 pm shifts.

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

Stephanie

2013 Budweiser Big 10 – Week 5 Matches set

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Matches are at 7 and 8 PM

Week 5

Week 4 Results are posted!

Congratulations to the bowlers that survived this week – if you made it you got a check.

Congratulations to Dennis Pergande and Tony Habel for Rolling 300 games this week!

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Week 4

Budweiser Big 10 Greatest Matches – Week 3

Week 3 is in the books!  Tony Habel threw a 300 game and won his match over Dale Busch,  Kenny Slaght crushed the pins against Corey Leach – 279-290-265-834!   And then the match between the Hedrick boys was decided with Colton earning the right to give Casey a new do, all while 2 charities were the real winners – American Cancer Society and Almost Home.

Bob  Beyer  vs  Rob Runde

Beyer starts the match with a 3-6-10 spare, covers a wash out, double, 3-10 split and misses both, turkey, 8 spare, turkey for 218.  Runde covers the 10 pin, double, 10 pin spare, strike, 7-10 split for an open and gets neither, strike, 10 pin spare, 10 pin miss and a turkey for 193.  Game 2 Runde goes strike, pair of 10 pin spares, 4 bagger, 10 pin spare, 6 spare, 3-6-10 spare and a strike on the fill for 221.  Beyer misses a 10 pin to start his 2nd game, 1-2 spare, double, 4-10 split and misses both, 5 bagger, 3-6-10 spare for 220 and a 24 pin lead.  Last game both start with a double, Beyer misses the 10 pin, while Runde strikes again, then covers the 10 pin.  Beyer leaves the 4-7 and spares, then strikes, Runde doubles, Beyer leaves the 7 pin and spares and Runde is in the lead but leaves the 3-6-9-10 and spares, Beyer strikes.  Runde leaves the 10 and spares, the match is in Beyer’s hands, until he leaves the 4-6 split on the next shot and gets one.  Both strike in the 9th and 10th, when Runde rolls a strike in the 11th he is the winner, both strike out. Runde 244-658 Beyer 205 – 643.  Runde survives to bowl again next week, Beyer is out.

Greg Klauer  vs  Tyler Kohl

Klauer starts this match with a 4 bagger, 2-10 split for a spare, almost leaves the 7-10 splits but converts the 7 pin for a spare, strike, 2-7 split for an open, strik,spare and 7 for the fill for 212.  Kohl (lefty) starts by missing the head pin, leaving the 1-3-6 and spares, double, 9 pin spare, turkey, 10 pin spare, 7-9 split for an open, double and 8 for 223. 2nd game Kohl leaves the 7 pin and spares, the head pin and spares, 6-10 and spares, doubles, 3-6-7 split and opens, 3 pin and spares, and strikes the last 5 shots for 222.  Klauer comes in light for a 2-4-8-10 split for an open, then strings together 8 strikes, with a couple of late 10s, and an almost 7-10 that fell.  He leaves a single pin the 10th and covers it then strikes in the fill for 257 and a 24 pin lead.  Last game Klauer starts with a strike and then an 8 pin spare, Kohl misses wide left and leaves the 1-3-5-8 and spares, then strikes, Klauer misses light and leaves the 2-8 and spares, Kohl leaves 2 and spares, then leaves a stone 9 and spares, Klauer is light again the next 2 shots, covering the 2-4 and the 2-8 for spares, Kohl trips out the 7-10 for a strike and when he carries the next strike and Klauer leaves a 4 pin and spares it is advantage Kohl. One more strike for Kohl and he looks to have an easy come from behind victory over Klauer as he misses the 3-6-10 spare taking 2, Klauer strikes in the 8th, and Kohl leaves the big 4 split and misses all of them.  Klauer is back in the lead.  Kohl trips the 7 pin for a strike and Klauer leaves a stone 10 pin and spares, advantage goes back to Kohl, both bowlers strike in the 10th and 11th and Kohl strikes in the fill and Klauer gets 8 the match is over Klauer comes up short 223/656 to Kohl’s 217/662.  Klauer unfortunately is out of the tournament, Kohl wins the opportunity to try to survive hell week.

Benji Meyer  vs  Warren Haas

Meyer starts the match with a strike, 4-7 spare, 5 bagger, 10 pin spare, 9 pin spare, turkey for 248.  Haas goes double, 2 pin spare, strike, 2-4-8 spare, 10 pin miss, 10 pin spare, 2-8 spare, then strikes out for 215.  2nd game Haas goes 4 bagger, 10 pin spare, double, pair of 10 pin spares, 4-7 spare and a strike for 235.  Meyer goes double, 2-8 spare, strike, 10 pin spare, 4 bagger, 10 pin spare and strike on the fill for 237 and he is up 35.  Last game both start with a strike, Haas leaves a 1o pin and spares, Meyer strikes then leaves the 2 pin and spares,  Haas strikes, and leaves another 10 pin and spares, Meyer leaves the 2-4-10 split and gets 2, then strikes, Haas strikes and then comes up light again on the left lane and leaves the 2-8 and spares.  Meyer strikes in the 6th then leaves the greek church and misses all, Haas leaves the 10 pin and spares and a 4 pin and spares, Meyer strikes then leaves the 2-10 split in the 9th for an open.  Haas can strike out and shut him out, he leaves the 10 pin and spares, then doubles and gets 8 in the 10th for 205, clean accept the one missed 10 pin early in the match, Meyer strikes out and nips Haas by 8 pins, lucky that the missed count and splits did not cost him the match.   Haas is out of the tournament, Meyer survives for Hell week.

Dan Olberding  vs  Steve Beck

These past champions meet on 11-12 in the Winners bracket at 8 pm.  Olberding starts with 3 pin spare, strike, 9 pin spare, double, covers the bucket, strike, 6 pin spare, 3-6 spare, 2-8 for a spare and then strikes for 202.  Beck goes strike, 9 pin spare, strike, 4 pin spare, 4-7 spare, strike, 10 pin spare, turkey, 3-6-7-10 spare for 214.  Beck starts the 2nd game with 3 pin spare, double, 4 pin spare, strike, 10 pin spare x3,  then a 6-10 spare and 8 for 202.  Olberding goes strike, 9 pin spare, 3-6 spare, double, 6-10 spare, strike, 4 pin spare, 2-10 split for an open, double and 7 for 200.  Down 14 Olberding starts with a strike and a 7 pin spare, Beck goes 4 pin spare, and 3-6-10 spare, Olberding strikes again then leaves the 2-4-5 and spares, Beck goes high and leaves the 3-6 and spares, then covers a 4 pin, Olberding leaves a 10 pin and spares, then a 2 pin and spares, Beck strikes (1st after 10 consecutive spares) then leaves the 6-10 and spares, Olberding comes light and leaves the 2-8 and spares, then strikes, Beck leaves the 7 pin and spares, then covers the 10 pin. Olberding’s advantage now if he strikes, he comes light and leaves the 7 pin and spares, Beck Strikes, Olberding rolls first in the 10th and leaves the 4-6 split and when Beck strikes his first shot the match is over.  Beck is clean for a 208/624 and knocks Olberding 183/585 – last years champ to the loser’s bracket for the first time since the 2011 Tournament!  Olberding’s 2 splits for opens were the difference in this match.  He will wait for the winner of the Lang Clancy match, then must win 2 more matches to survive hell week.

Jim Johnson  vs  Shawn Stackis

Johnson starts with a strike, 10 pin spare, 2-4-8 spare, 10 pin spare, 6-10 spare, 3-6-10 spare, sitrke, converts the 4-10 split, strike, single pin spare and strike for 191.  Stackis covers a pair of single pins, strike, 2-8 spare, turkey, spare, strike spare strike for 218.  The 2nd game Stackis goes 9 pin spare, double, single pin spare, 10 pin spare, strike, 9 pin spare, leaves the 4-6-9-10 split for an open, 2-10 split for an open, 7 pin spare and 7 count for 179.  Johnson goes turkey, 4 pin spare, 6-10 spare, strike, big 4 for an open getting 2, strike, 10 pin spare, double and 9 for 212 and a 6 pin lead over Stackis.  Johnson starts with a strike and 2-8 spare, Stackis starts with the first 6 strikes, Johnson answers back with a 4 bagger, leaving a 10 pin and sparing in the 7th.  Stackis ends his string with a 10 pin spare also.  both strike in the 8th.  Stackis is up by 14, and misses the head pin wide leaving the 1-2 and spares, Johnson leaves the 6 pin and spares, Johnson strikes out in the 10th and Stackis leaves the 3-6 and must spare and get 9 to win and does just that.  Stackis comes from behind with a 246/643 to beat Jim Johnson 239/642 by a pin.   Johnson covered every pin he could but for the big split the 2nd game.  Johnson gets bumped from the tournament by one slim pin, Stackis will face Mike Myers next week for what he hopes will be the first of 3 matches in Hell week.

Craig Liddle  vs   Chris Schultz

The battle of the Brother-in-laws.  Liddle starts us with a 5 bagger, leaves a bucket and gets 2, 10 pin spare, 4 pin spare, strike, then opens the 10th leaving the 4-9 split and gets one for 209.  Schultz  goes strike, 2-4 spare, bucket and covers it, strike, 2-4-5 spare, strike, 10 pin spare, double, spare and 9 for 204.  Schultz starts the 2nd game with a strike tripping the 10, then leaves a 4 pin and spares, 4-9 for an open getting one, strike, 4 pin spare, 4 bagger, 9 pin spare and 8 for 214.  Liddle goes double, 10 pin spare, double, 2 pin spare, 6 pin spare, double, 9 spare strike for 226 and a 17 pin lead over his brother-in-law.  `Liddle starts with a strike, Schultz leaves the big 4 and picks it up!  Then Schultz turkeys, Liddle leaves the 7-10 split and opens getting one, 10 pin spare, 4 pin spare, and another 10 pin spare, Schultz has the lead makes it a close match again when he leaves another big 4 split, this time getting 2.  Schultz strikes in the 6th, Liddle fails to strike for a 5th time in a row leaving the 6-8 and sparing.  Liddle finally strikes in the 7th, Schultz leaves the bucket and spares, both strike in the 8th and 9th.  Liddle has the advantage.  Both strike in the 10th, when Liddle leaves a single pin in the 11th and spares, Schultz must strike and get 9 to win and he does.  Liddle rolls 213/648 and is bumped to the loser’s bracket by one pin by his Brother-in-Law Schultz who survives thanks to timely striking and Big 4 split pickup 231/649.  Great match guys…. we will see you both next week – with Liddle taking the little bit longer road to the finals.

Cya next week for Hell Week!

Stephanie

 

 

Budweiser Big 10 Week 3 results posted

The results of the Week 3 are posted and next weeks pairings are set for Hell Week

If you survive this week you get a check and you will be one of 12 left.

Week 3 Results