Sports

Caribou Men’s Bowling League – March 2020

Third round, March 6, 2020

Teams

Dead River (12-0), Fournier’s Transportation (10-2), CSG Construction (8-4), Logjammers (6-6), Sports Inn (6-6), County Federal Credit Union (4-8), VFW/R&M Lawncare (2-10), Knights of Columbus (0-0),  Sonny’s Gun Shop (0-0).

Weekly totals

Individual high game: Cory Searles 141, Jim Russell 136.

Individual high game with handicap: Russell 160, Searles 156.

Individual high series: Searles 552, Russell 545.

Individual high series with handicap: Bob Brissette 671, Russell 665.

Team high series: Fournier’s Transportation 2519, County Federal Credit Union 2476.

Team high series with handicap: Fournier’s Transportation 3219, Logjammers 3092.

Season totals

Individual high game: Steve Chapman 154, Scott Guillemette 145.

Individual high game with handicap: Guillemette 177, Chapman 176.

Individual high series: Chapman 607, Searls 602.

Individual high series with handicap: Chapman 717, Harold Tardy 707.

Third Round, March 13, 2020

Teams

Dead River (22-2), County Federal Credit Union (16-8), Fournier’s Transportation (14-10), CSG Construction (8-4), Knights of Columbus (8-4), Sports Inn (8-16), Logjammers (6-6), VFW/R&M Lawncare (2-10), Sonny’s Gun Shop (0-24).

Weekly totals

Individual high game: Steve Chapman 154, Phil Caverhill 140.

Individual high game with handicap: Chapman 173, Andre Bouley 159, Caverhill 159.

Individual high series: Caverhill 564, Chapman 552.

Individual high series with handicap: Lance Longley 664, Caverhill 659.

Team high series: County Federal Credit Union 2608, Fournier’s Transportation 2364.

Team high series with handicap: County Federal Credit Union 3148, Dead River 3077.

Season totals

Individual high game: Steve Chapman 154, Scott Guillemette 145.

Individual high game with handicap: Guillemette 177, Chapman 176.

Individual high series: Chapman 607, Searls 602.

Individual high series with handicap: Chapman 717, Harold Tardy 707.

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