2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza Championship Match: Grasse & Babb vs. Young & Colcord

June 12th, 2017 Comments off

This is the championship match from the M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza held on June 11, 2017 at The Sugar Bowl in Carrabassett Valley, ME. The doubles team of Steve Babb & Bob Grasse defeated top seed Joe Colcord & Tom Young 178 – 173 to earn the victory. There were (15) doubles entries, oil pattern used was WTBA Stockholm. Cut score for (8) games was – 243 (1357). Enjoy!

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2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza Results

June 12th, 2017 Comments off

2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza Results

 

The 2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza was held on June 11, 2017 at The Sugar Bowl in Carrabassett Valley, ME. We would like to thank Kerry Audet and his entire staff at The Sugar Bowl for welcoming the M.I.S.T., and they certainly did not disappoint when it came to service. They are top notch and the event ran very smoothly, so thank you to everyone there who helped make it happen. I would also like to thank Vincent Grazn and Ace Mitchell Bowlers Mart for supplying the DV8 Alley Cat bowling ball, which was won by Robert Grasse. This event is always a lot of fun, as it is the only time each year that we host a doubles tournament, so that added dynamic makes this summer event a blast. The oil pattern used was the WTBA Stockholm oil pattern, which I can say after bowling in the event, was indeed challenging, but certainly fair. There were (15) doubles entries who made the trip to the beautiful Maine hills, which meant that the top (4) would make the cut, going directly into the step ladder finals. Here are the results of the (4) games of qualifying, with the cut denoted by “—“:

 

Joe Colcord / Tom Young – 1656

Stephen Babb / Robert Grasse – 1434

Ruth Archer* / Jason Duryea – 1407

*(Ruth bowled for David Perry after he withdrew due to injury)

Mike Desimone / James Goulding III – 1357

———- cut line———–

Roger Blackmer / Matt Blackmer – 1336

John Archer / Bob Nile – 1333

Randy Plummer / Austin Hicks – 1321

Tyler Bodlovick / Jake Bodlovick – 1319

Jimmy Clark / Denis Saucier – 1276

Adam Christie / Wayner Besaw – 1274

Mallory Nutting / Kyle Benson – 1262

Jason Berthiaume / Ron Kuusk – 1253

Ron Ridley / Corey Ridley – 1197

Kerry Audet / Tom Durrell – 1124

Chris Johnson / Dave Murray – 1038

 

The quarter final match featured Mike Desimone & James Goulding taking on Ruth Archer & Jason Duryea. All of the step ladder final matches were baker games, which always adds to the excitement! This was a fun match, as it featured Ruth Archer, who came in four frames into the first game of qualifying to take the place of David Perry, who had to withdraw due to a shoulder injury. There were no objections to Ruth bowling, so she grabbed some house shoes and a house ball, finished the set, and her and Jason were able to get into the 3rd qualifying position. Well done Ruth, it was quite impressive to watch. James Goulding III was making his M.I.S.T. return after a few years of not bowling due to running the monthly events, but with his wife Angeliec running this tournament along with help from a youth bowler, Shayne Macfarlane, James was able to shoe them up with his good friend Mike Desimone and grab the 4th qualifying spot. Here is the result of that match:

 

Desimone / Goulding – 171

Archer / Duryea – 180

 

4th. Mike Desimone / James Goulding III – $200

 

This match came down to the 10th frame, and on this low scoring pattern anything could happen. James struck and spared in the 10th frame to force Jason to mark, and he came up and threw his best shot of the match to close the door and move his team onto the semi-finals. Speaking of the semi-finals, the team waiting there was none other than Robert Grasse and Stephen Babb. Stephen won the 2016 M.I.S.T. Doubles Tournament with his then partner Justin Rollins. Justin had to withdraw this year, but Robert Grasse was up to the challenge, as he always is. Robert and Stephen would give Ruth and Jason all they could handle, here is the result of their semi-final matchup:

 

Grasse / Babb – 186

Archer / Duryea – 150

 

3rd. Ruther Archer / Jason Duryea – $300

 

Ruth and Jason bowled great all day, espceially given the circumstances with Dave’s injury, so well done to them on a nice 3rd place finish. Stephen and Robert had no time to waste though, as waiting in the wings was the top seeded team of Joe Colcord and Tom Young. They were far and away the best team during qualifying, leading the tournament by 222 pins. Amazing bowling by Colcord and Young. But, when it comes down to one game, five frames for each bowler, anything can happen. Here is the result of a thrilling title match:

 

Colcord / Young – 173

Grasse / Babb – 178

 

2nd. Joe Colcord / Tom Young – $400

1st. Robert Grasse / Stephen Babb – $500

 

Congratulations to Robert Grasse and Stephen Babb for winning the 2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza. The title match came down to Stephen Babb needing a double in the 10th frame to win the match, after Joe Colcord went strike, spare in the 10th frame. Stephen did just that, doubling in the 10th frame to secure the victory. Joe and Tom have nothing to hang their heads about though, as they had a great day on the lanes, finishing in 2nd place on a very tough oil pattern. Well done by all of these competitors. Here are the final standings of the 2017 M.I.S.T. Doubles Extravaganza:

 

1. Robert Grasse / Stephen Babb – $500

2. Joe Colcord / Tom Young – $400

3. Ruth Archer / Jason Duryea – $300

4. Mike Desimone / James Goulding III – $200

5. Roger Blackmer / Matt Blackmer

6. John Archer / Bob Nile

7. Randy Plummer / Austin Hicks

8. Tyler Bodlovick / Jake Bodlovick

9. Jimmy Clark / Denis Saucier

10. Adam Christie / Wayner Besaw

11. Mallory Nutting / Kyle Benson

12. Jason Berthiaume / Ron Kuusk

13. Ron Ridley / Corey Ridley

14. Kerry Audet / Tom Durrell

15. Chris Johnson / Dave Murray

 

We are already looking forward to next years doubles tournament, and thank you to each and every team who came out to compete and check out a beautiful bowling alley at The Sugar Bowl. Don’t forget to check out our Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship tournaments happening on August 12th & 13th at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME.! We will be handing out over $12,000 in prize money in two days, the entry list is full for both events but we are currently taking names for the waiting list for both tournaments. Scroll down to the tournament info on this website to get the entry info. We hope to see you there, have a great summer everyone!

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Two new T-Zones colors available now!

May 18th, 2017 Comments off

Check out the two new T-Zones to hit the shelves from Brunswick, available May 16, 2017! The Scarlet Shadow and Arctic Blast:

http://www.bowlwithbrunswick.com/balls/detail/tzone-scarlet-shadow/

http://www.bowlwithbrunswick.com/balls/detail/tzone-arctic-blast/

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New color Brunswick Rhino is available now!

May 18th, 2017 Comments off

http://www.bowlwithbrunswick.com/balls/detail/rhino-black-green-orange/

Check out the latest Rhino to hit the shelves, release date was May 16, 2017!

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M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championships! Big announcement time!

May 14th, 2017 Comments off

M.I.S.T. big announcement time!
Our annual M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship has become one of our signature, single tournament events. The unique all matchplay format and previous $2,000 top prize made for an exciting event. This year, we have gone bigger and better than ever before. Here are the exciting details:
1. We will have not one, but TWO M.I.S.T. Matchplay tournaments this year! They will run in back to back days on August 12th & 13th at beautiful Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME., home of the PBA Elias Cup! 
2. We are excited to announce Moosehead beer as the official title sponsor of both events. They will be the “2017 Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championships”, brought to you by Bayside Bowl. Moosehead has a 150 year tradition of producing one of Canada’s finest lagers, and we are proud to have them as this years title sponsor! Check out their fine products at http://moosehead.ca. 
3. This year, we have increased prize money, paying 1st place $2,400 (based on 64 entries) for each event. Runner up will receive $1,200. We will pay the top (8) spots each day. We will be handing out well over $12,000 in prize money in two days! 
4. Bowlers can compete in one or BOTH events if you so choose! That means a bowler could potentially walk away with $4,800 by winning both events! Entry fee is $100 per event. Reservation process is the same as every M.I.S.T. tournament, email the following with your name and which tournament you want, or if you want both make sure you say so. Here is the email: ajsoxpats2002@hotmail.com. 
5. Competition is open to ALL USBC sanctioned bowlers. Amateur, PBA member, doesn’t matter to us! Come one, come all! Let’s fill both (64) player fields with the best talent in the northeast and beyond!
6. The format for each tournament is best two out of three matches each round, top 8 cash. We will be having a blind draw party before the tournaments to draw for spots, should be an absolute blast! Details on the draw party will follow shortly.
Thank you to Charlie Mitchell for helping organize these events, and to Brandon Dubuc for getting the flyer ready for tonight’s big announcement. I think we will fill these fast, and I hope you are as excited as I am to bring this to our dedicated scratch bowlers. Lastly, don’t expect a cupcake shot if you’ve never bowled a M.I.S.T. before, you WILL be tested! See you all in August, reservations are NOW open!

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2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year Standings (final)

March 7th, 2017 Comments off

2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year Standings

 

These are the final 2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year standings after our 7th and last event of the season, held on March 5, 2017 at Sparetime Recreation in Augusta, ME. The oil pattern used was the 2012 EBT 07 – Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open oil pattern. There were (71) entries for our season ending event. The tournament was won by Joe Colcord, who also had already wrapped up M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year honors, so this was a nice cherry on top of a fantastic season. Great bowling all year Joe! Thank you very much to Scott Moore and Moore’s Pro Shop for sponsoring our Bowler of the Year competition once again this season. This seasons BOY receives their choice of bowling ball professionally drilled by Moore’s Pro Shop. We are found at Sparetime Recreation in Lewiston, ME., and provide services from beginners to the most advanced of bowler. Like our page on Facebook or reach out to Scott Moore, Jimmy Clark, or James Goulding III to set up your next appointment. The top (10) bowlers on this points list are guaranteed a spot in our season ending “M.I.S.T. Master of the Lanes” tournament, where one bowler will earn a spot in the 2018 USBC Masters tournament! Here are the final standings for the 2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. season. The number in parenthesis is how many tournaments each bowler competed in this season, and any bowler with an ** means they have won a title this season, and as long as they have bowled in at least (4) tournaments this season, they qualify for the Master of the Lanes tournament, regardless of where they are in the points standings. Those with (Master of the Lanes) after their name have qualified for the 2017 Master of the Lanes tournament, which will be held at Bayside Bowl at a yet to be determined date. Congratulations to all who qualified for the Master of the Lanes event. Here are the final standings:

 

1. Joe Colcord – 1350 (7)** (Master of the Lanes)
2. Joe Ramsdell III – 1040 (6)** (Master of the Lanes)
3. Valerie Bercier – 800 (6) (Master of the Lanes)
4. John Bercier – 725 (6) (Master of the Lanes)
5. Larry King – 650 (6) (Master of the Lanes)
6. Brian Boghosian – 630 (5)** (Master of the Lanes)
7. Mike Klosin – 590 (5)** (Master of the Lanes)
8. Scott Moore – 525 (4) (Master of the Lanes)
9. Stephen Dale Jr. – 510 (3)**(two titles) (Master of the Lanes)
10. Jimmy Clark – 430 (6) (Master of the Lanes)
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11. Tyler Coplan – 400 (4)
12. Steve Hardy Jr. – 380 (6)
t-13. Mike Cimba – 375 (4)** (Master of the Lanes)
t-13. Brian Gaskill – 375 (6)
15. Tom Young – 370 (6)
16. Mallory Nutting – 320 (6)
17. Adam Michaud – 315 (6)
18. Terry Robinson – 290 (7)
19. Jim Pritts Jr. – 280 (3)
t-20. Tony Fernandez – 260 (7)
t-20. Jackson Getting – 260 (5)
t-20. Darryn Martin – 260 (6)
23. Bob Nile – 255 (6)
24. Scott Madore – 250 (6)
25. Steve Hardy Sr. – 245 (5)
26. Jim Sicard – 230 (2)
t-27. Katy Barnes – 180 (4)
t-27. Cederick Lajoie – 180 (1)
t-27. Jalen Scott-Jones – 180 (1)
30. Steve Babb – 170 (3)
t-31. Chris Goulette – 160 (7) (youth)
t-31. Parker Thibault – 160 (6) (youth)
33. Ed Brabant Jr. – 155 (3)
34. Steven Ramey – 150 (1)
35. Shayne Macfarlane – 145 (7) (youth)
t-36. Dave Burke – 130 (2)
t-36. James Leeman – 130 (3)
38. Zac Louten – 125 (7)
t-39. Jason Breeden – 115 (3)
t-39. Nick Furrow – 115 (3)
t-39. Justin Rollins – 115 (2)
t-42. Brandon Dubuc – 105 (1)
t-42. Bob Grasse – 105 (3)
t-44. Steve Dubuc – 100 (2)
t-44. Adam Jordan – 100 (3)
t-44. Nathan Lajoie – 100 (1)
t-44. Mike Macedo – 100 (2)
t-48. Josh Corum – 95 (1)
t-48. John Croto – 95 (3)
t-48. Kevin Napaver – 95 (1)
t-48. Anthoney White – 95 (1)
t-52. Dustin Pizzi – 90 (3)
t-52. Tim Schneider – 90 (2)
t-52. Jim Williams – 90 (1)
t-55. Evan Browne – 85 (3)
t-55. Steve Ferraro – 85 (1)
t-55. Sean Kilburn – 85 (1)
t-55. Jarrett Roseboom – 85 (2)
59. Skip White – 80 (2)
t-60. Jenn Lemay – 75 (1)
t-60. Russ Michaud – 75 (2)
t-62. Jason Berthiuame – 70 (7)
t-62. Josh Dalfonso – 70 (7)
t-62. Mike Desimone – 70 (7)
t-62. Tim Frye – 70 (2)
t-66. Levi Gervais – 60 (6)
t-66. Avery Goulding – 60 (6) (youth)
68. Jacob Dubuc – 55 (2) (youth)
t-69. Nick Dalfonso III – 50 (5)
t-69. Ben Furrow – 50 (5) (youth)
t-69. Josh Juarbe – 50 (5)
t-69. Christy Marquis – 50 (5)
t-69. Charlie Mitchell – 50 (5)
t-69. Chris Ogden – 50 (5)
t-69. Shane Pearl – 50 (5)
t-69. Brad Swanson – 50 (5)
t-69. Mike Thibault – 50 (2)
t-69 James Ward – 50 (5)
t-79. John Archer – 40 (4)
t-79. Jack Batchelder – 40 (4)
t-79. James Garrity – 40 (4)
t-79. Marriann Klosin – 40 (4)
t-79. Josh Porter – 40 (4)
t-79. Jason Sparks – 40 (4)
t-79. Darryl Washington – 40 (4)
t-86. David Brais – 30 (3)
t-86. Caleb Burgess – 30 (3)
t-86. Mike Fecteau – 30 (3)
t-86. Chris George – 30 (3)
t-86. Tony Huff – 30 (3)
t-86. Corey Martin – 30 (3)
t-86. Andrew Story – 30 (3)
t-86. Ken Sweet – 30 (3)
t-86. Kenny Sweet – 30 (3)
t-86. Kirk Underwood – 30 (3)
t-96. Kyle Benson – 20 (2)
t-96. Jacob Brock – 20 (2)
t-96. Shawn Fitzpatrick Jr. – 20 (2)
t-96. Shawn Fitzpatrick Sr. – 20 (2)
t-96. Eric Frost – 20 (2)
t-96. Josh Furrow – 20 (2)
t-96. Ben Herbert – 20 (2)
t-96. David Jacobs – 20 (2)
t-96. Mike Leclair – 20 (2)
t-96. Christian Moro – 20 (2)
t-96. Alissa Parker – 20 (2) (youth)
t-96. Aaron Thiboutot – 20 (2)
t-96. Charlie Unthank – 20 (2)
t-96. Janessa Williams – 20 (2)
t-96. T.J. York – 20 (2)
t-96. Aaron Ziesler – 20 (2)
t-112. Jeremy Allen – 10 (1)
t-112. Cameron Atherton – 10 (1) (youth)
t-112. Roger Blackmer – 10 (1)
t-112. Jake Bodlovick – 10 (1)
t-112. Tyler Bodlovick – 10 (1)
t-112. Dan Boothby – 10 (1)
t-112. Nate Boothby – 10 (1) (youth)
t-112. Tim Boothby – 10 (1)
t-112. Darrin Borges – 10 (1)
t-112. John Bovoy – 10 (1)
t-112. Jeff Bubar – 10 (1)
t-112. Tyler Busick – 10 (1)
t-112. Kris Campbell – 10 (1)
t-112. Chuck Charpentier – 10 (1)
t-112. Adam Christie – 10 (1)
t-112. Eric Copping – 10 (1)
t-112. Fred Crooks – 10 (1)
t-112. Michael Dalton – 10 (1)
t-112. Dylan Davis – 10 (1)
t-112. Mike Dodge – 10 (1)
t-112. Kevin Dube – 10 (1)
t-112. Troy Dumont – 10 (1)
t-112. Roland Fewless – 10 (1)
t-112. Darren Forkey – 10 (1)
t-112. Jose Franco – 10 (1)
t-112. Don Frye – 10 (1)
t-112. Barry Goldberg – 10 (1)
t-112. Charlie Griffin – 10 (1)
t-112. Russell Hagan – 10 (1)
t-112. Joe Hassard – 10 (1)
t-112. Jason Hebert – 10 (1)
t-112. Rob Howard – 10 (1)
t-112. Bob Kent – 10 (1)
t-112. Bob Kimball – 10 (1)
t-112. A.J. Kitchen – 10 (1)
t-112. Curt Knightly – 10 (1)
t-112. Matt Knightly – 10 (1)
t-112. Bruce Kralovic – 10 (1)
t-112. Dean Lagner – 10 (1)
t-112. Daryl Lamore – 10 (1)
t-112. Raymond Lathrop – 10 (1)
t-112. Mike Liappes – 10 (1)
t-112. Karen Libby – 10 (1)
t-112. Dave Mackowski – 10 (1)
t-112. Jay Mantere – 10 (1)
t-112. Mark Mantere – 10 (1)
t-112. Patrick McEwen – 10 (1)
t-112. Keith McVey – 10 (1)
t-112. Shane Morin – 10 (1)
t-112. Jason Oh – 10 (1)
t-112. Ryan Olson – 10 (1)
t-112. Brian Owoc – 10 (1)
t-112. Scott Panniello – 10 (1)
t-112. Sarah Pelletier – 10 (1)
t-112. Dave Perry – 10 (1)
t-112. Del Picard – 10 (1)
t-112. Nick Pulsifer – 10 (1)
t-112. Matt Rayner – 10 (1)
t-112. Richard Reed – 10 (1)
t-112. Michael St. Jean – 10 (1)
t-112. Phil Schiavo – 10 (1)
t-112. Clayton Schwartz – 10 (1)
t-112. Sean Steinmark – 10 (1)
t-112. Ryan Swett – 10 (1)
t-112. Chris Tebben – 10 (1)
t-112. Scott Waterfield – 10 (1)
t-112. Edward Williams – 10 (1)
t-112. Dave Wyman – 10 (1)

 

I would like to thank my wife Angeliec Goulding, who busts her butt to help make the M.I.S.T. a success, and she also has the duty of having to deal with me, which is no easy task! I would also like to thank Karen Libby and Amanda Welch, who came in and helped the M.I.S.T. run smooth on tournament days. We could not have reached the point we are at now without great people who help make it go smoothly each and every month. I am so thankful to have Angeliec, Karen, and Amanda dedicated to making the M.I.S.T. something we all can be proud of. Lastly, I would like to thank all the bowling center owners, managers, and employees for allowing the M.I.S.T. to compete in your bowling alleys and give scratch bowlers a tournament that they can be proud to compete in each month. Your commitment does not go unnoticed. I hope you all return next season as we try and become even better than we were this year. Thank you.

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2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. #7 Championship Match: Colcord vs. Sicard

March 7th, 2017 Comments off

This is the championship match of the Maine Invitational Scratch Tournament held on March 5, 2017 at Sparetime Recreation in Augusta, ME. 2nd seed Joe Colcord defeated top seed Jim Sicard 237 – 214 to earn the victory in the last points tournament of the 2016 – 2017 season. There were (71) entries, cut score was 769 (-31), oil pattern used was the 2012 EBT 07 – Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open (1.79:1). Video commentary by James Goulding III with special guests Scott Moore and Shayne Macfarlane as color analysts. Enjoy!

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M.I.S.T. #7 2016 – 2017 Results: March 5, 2017, Sparetime Recreation, Augusta, ME.

March 7th, 2017 Comments off

M.I.S.T. #7 2016 – 2017 Results
Sparetime Recreation
Augusta, ME.
March 5, 2017

 

Hello bowlers, this is the recap of the last M.I.S.T. points tournament of the 2016 – 2017 season, held on March 5, 2017 at Sparetime Recreation in Augusta, ME. I would like to thank Donna Bowden and her entire staff, especially Jason Mansir, Jeff Bubar, and Matt Garguilo for helping to make this event run smoothly the day of the tournament. We set records this season not only for a single tournament back in January with (94) entries, but also with monthly average and total number of bowlers who competed in the M.I.S.T. this season, so THANK YOU to all you bowlers who came out to compete with us this season. We are here to provide you with top notch, tough shot, scratch bowling in northern New England, and we hope we met your expectations this season. I would also like to send a huge thank you to all of our sponsors this season, without which none of this could be possible: Brunswick Bowling, Moore’s Pro Shop, Ace Mitchell Bowling Supply, Maine Clockworks, Tibo Art, Twisted T’s, Bowl Pro Sales, and bowlingchat.net. This month we gave away (2) bowling balls, a Brunswick Forest Green Quantum won by Adam Jordan, and a DV8 Pitbull won by John Archer. I would like to thank Brunswick Bowling and Ace Mitchell for providing those top shelf balls for our bowlers. We had (71) entries for the event and ran one squad, filling the (24) lane center. There were (18) bowlers who qualified and the oil pattern used was the 2012 EBT 07 – Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open oil pattern. Here are the results of qualifying, with the cut line denoted by a “—“:

 

Adam Jordan – 877
Brian Boghosian – 847
Stephen Babb – 824
Ed Brabant Jr. – 812
Bob Grasse – 811
Joe Ramsdell III – 804
Nathan Lajoie – 804
John Bercier – 802
Zac Louten – 798
Jackson Getting – 796
Valerie Bercier – 795
Jim Sicard – 793
Jason Breeden – 785
Joe Colcord – 783
Scott Moore – 775
Cederick Lajoie – 773
Jenn Lemay – 770
Dustin Pizzi – 769
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Stephen Hardy Jr. – 766
Jeremy Allen – 765
John Croto – 765
Dave Perry – 758
T.J. York – 754
Mike Cimba – 752
Stephen Hardy Sr. – 747
Kyle Benson – 746
Ken Sweet – 744
Parker Thibault – 743 (youth)
Darryn Martin – 741
James Leeman – 740
Brian Gaskill – 739
Darryl Washington – 737
Adam Michaud – 736
Tom Young – 736
Larry King – 733
Jim Pritts Jr. – 732
David Jacobs – 726
Bob Nile – 722
Shayne Macfarlane – 722 (youth)
Kenny Sweet – 718
Jeff Bubar – 712
Nick Dalfonso III – 705
James Ward – 700
Tony Fernandez – 698
Scott Madore – 697
Josh Dalfonso – 695
Chris Goulette – 689 (youth)
Jimmy Clark – 688
Josh Porter – 688
Shane Pearl – 684
Charlie Mitchell – 682
Mike Desimone – 672
Mike Fecteau – 671
Dave Burke – 668
John Archer – 667
Terry Robinson – 661
Chris George – 656
Josh Furrow – 644
Levi Gervais – 640
Brad Swanson – 634
Alissa Parker – 622 (youth)
Jason Sparks – 611
Adam Christie – 607
Josh Juarbe – 598
James Garrity – 592
Jason Berthaiume – 590
Dan Boothby – 590
Ben Furrow – 578 (youth)
Janessa Williams – 567
Dave Wyman – 556
Clayton Schwartz – 537

 

(18) bowlers qualified for the eliminator round. This field would be cut to (9) from this round. Here are the results from that round, with finishers 10 – 18 showing their final placement, money earned, and bowler of the year points won:

 

Joe Ramsdell III – 454
Cederick Lajoie – 428
Jim Sicard – 421
Brian Boghosian – 420
Joe Colcord – 418
Jackson Getting – 408
Stephen Babb – 403
Valerie Bercier – 386
Scott Moore – 382
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10. John Bercier. – 381 / $100 / 105
11. Nathan Lajoie – 378 / $90 / 100
12. Jason Breeden – 367 / $90 / 95
13. Ed Brabant Jr. – 365 / $85 / 90
14. Bob Grasse – 364 / $85 / 85
15. Adam Jordan – 353 / $80 / 80
16. Jenn Lemay – 352 / $80 / 75
17. Duatin Pizzi – 334 / $75 / 70
18. Zac Louten – 328 / $75 / 65

 

The (9) bowlers in this round were cut down to the final (4) who would advance to the step ladder finals. Here is the result of the second eliminator round, with spots 5 – 9 showing their final placement, money earned, and bowler of the year points won:

 

Jim Sicard – 666
Joe Colcord – 656
Cederick Lajoie – 641
Joe Ramsdell III – 630
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5. Stephen Babb – 602 / $220 / 150
6. Brian Boghosian – 598 / $180 / 140
7. Valerie Bercier – 591 / $160 / 130
8. Jackson Getting – 589 / $140 / 120
9. Scott Moore – 576 / $120 / 110

 

Our quarter final match featured 3rd seed, Canadian sensation Cederick Lajoie, taking on the 2015 – 2016 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year Joe Ramsdell III. Here is the result of their exciting match:

 

Cederick Lajoie – 184
Joe Ramsdell III – 196

 

4. Cederick Lajoie – $280 / 180

 

The semi final match featured the top two all time M.I.S.T. titlists, 2nd seed Joe Colcord (8 titles) and Joe Ramsdell III (10 titles). Here is the result of this proverbial “battle of the heavyweights”:

 

Joe Colcord – 258
Joe Ramsdell III – 240

 

3. Joe Ramsdell III 0 $380 / 200

 

Our championship match showcased a first time bowler to the step ladder finals, tope seed Jim Sicard, taking on Joe Colcord. Joe had already wrapped up M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year honors for 2016 – 2017, would he end the year with another title, or would Jim Sicard win a title in his first ever championship round appearance? Here is the result of the final match, which was a very good one:

 

Jim Sicard – 214
Joe Colcord – 247

 

2. Jim Sicard – $440 / 220

 

1. Joe Colcord – $560 / 250

 

Congratulations to Joe Colcord on a well earned victory to close out the 2016 – 2017 season. Jim bowled incredibly well all day, moving up through the eliminator rounds to nab the top seed and ultimately finish in 2nd place. But, the day belonged to Joe Colcord and his mastery of a very flat, very tricky oil pattern. Here are the final standings, with the Bowler of the Year points earned next to each competitor’s name:

 

1. Joe Colcord – 250
2. Jim Sicard – 220
3. Joe Ramsdell III – 200
4. Cederick Lajoie – 180
5. Stephen Babb – 150
6. Brian Boghosian – 140
7. Valerie Bercier – 130
8. Jackson Getting – 120
9. Scott Moore – 110
10. John Bercier. – 105
11. Nathan Lajoie – 100
12. Jason Breeden – 95
13. Ed Brabant Jr. – 90
14. Bob Grasse – 85
15. Adam Jordan – 80
16. Jenn Lemay – 75
17. Duatin Pizzi – 70
18. Zac Louten – 65
19. Stephen Hardy Jr. – 10
t-20. Jeremy Allen – 10
t-20. John Croto – 10
22. Dave Perry – 10
23. T.J. York – 10
24. Mike Cimba – 10
25. Stephen Hardy Sr. – 10
26. Kyle Benson – 10
27. Ken Sweet – 10
28. Parker Thibault – 10 (youth)
29. Darryn Martin – 10
30. James Leeman – 10
31. Brian Gaskill – 10
32. Darryl Washington – 10
t-33. Adam Michaud – 10
t-33. Tom Young – 10
35. Larry King – 10
36. Jim Pritts Jr. – 10
37. David Jacobs – 10
t-38. Bob Nile – 10
t-38. Shayne Macfarlane – 10 (youth)
40. Kenny Sweet – 10
41. Jeff Bubar – 10
42. Nick Dalfonso III – 10
43. James Ward – 10
44. Tony Fernandez – 10
45. Scott Madore – 10
46. Josh Dalfonso – 10
47. Chris Goulette – 10 (youth)
t-48. Jimmy Clark – 10
t-48. Josh Porter – 10
50. Shane Pearl – 10
51. Charlie Mitchell – 10
52. Mike Desimone – 10
53. Mike Fecteau – 10
54. Dave Burke – 10
55. John Archer – 10
56. Terry Robinson – 10
57. Chris George – 10
58. Josh Furrow – 10
59. Levi Gervais – 10
60. Brad Swanson – 10
61. Alissa Parker – 10 (youth)
62. Jason Sparks – 10
63. Adam Christie – 10
64. Josh Juarbe – 10
65. James Garrity – 10
66. Jason Berthaiume – 10
67. Dan Boothby – 10
68. Ben Furrow – 10 (youth)
69. Janessa Williams – 10
70. Dave Wyman – 10
71. Clayton Schwartz – 10

 

The season ending Bowler of the Year points list will be on a separate report. I would especially like to thank my wife Angeliec Goulding, who busts her butt to help make the M.I.S.T. a success, and she also has the duty of having to deal with me, which is no easy task! Lastly, I would like to thank Karen Libby and Amanda Welch, who came in and helped the M.I.S.T. run smooth on tournament days. We could not have reached the point we are at now without great people who help make it go smoothly each and every month. I am so thankful to have Angeliec, Karen, and Amanda dedicated to making the M.I.S.T. something we all can be proud of. I hope you all return next season as we try and become even better than we were this year. Thank you.

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M.I.S.T. #7 Roster & Lane Assignments

March 3rd, 2017 Comments off

2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. #7 Roster

March 5, 2017

Sparetime Recreation

Augusta, ME.

Squad Time: 9:00 AM

 

There are currently (65) bowlers signed up for the M.I.S.T. There are (7) open spots before we are full. If you have a reservation already and now can’t attend, PLEASE let me know ASAP so that lane assignments can be adjusted, and anyone on a waiting list can get in, if there is one. Thank you, here is the roster right now:

 

1A Scott Madore

1B Josh Dalfonso

1C Josh Juarbe

2D Janessa Williams

2E Stephen Babb

2F Shayne Macfarlane (youth)

 

3A Jim Sicard

3B Nick Dalfonso

3C Mike Desimone

4D Tony Fernandez

4E Terry Robinson

4F Clayton Schwartz

 

5A Zac Louten

5B Scott Moore

5C Dustin Pizzi

6D Jackson Getting

6E Chris George

6F Mike Cimba

 

7A Jenn Lemay

7B Bob Nile

7C Adam Michaud

8D Joe Colcord

8E Tony Huff

8F Brian Boghosian

 

9A Avery Goulding (youth)

9B Levi Gervais

9C Darryn Martin

10D Bob Grasse

10E Chris Goulette (youth)

10F Dan Boothby

 

11A Ken Sweet

11B Kenny Sweet

11C T.J. York

12D John Croto

12E Dave Burke

12F Jeremy Allen

 

13A Charlie Mitchell

13B Jason Sparks

13C Jason Berthiaume

14D Jimmy Clark

14E Tom Young

14F Shane Pearl

 

15A Brian Gaskill

15B John Bercier

15C Valerie Bercier

16D Ed Brabant Jr.

16E Jim Pritts Jr.

16F Jason Breeden

 

17A Parker Thibault (youth)

17B Joe Ramsdell III

17C Darryl Washington

18D Mike Fecteau

18E Ben Furrow (youth)

18F David Jacobs

 

19A Adam Jordan

19B Dave Wyman

19C Steve Hardy Jr.

20D Larry King

20E James Leeman

20F Steve Hardy Sr.

 

21A Cederick Lajoie

21B Nathan Lajoie

21C James Garrity

22D Adam Christie

22E John Archer

22F

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2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. #7 oil pattern

February 22nd, 2017 Comments off

2016 – 2017 M.I.S.T. #7 Oil Pattern:
“2012 EBT-07 Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open”
Length: 39 ft.

Volume: 24.32

Ratio: 1.79:1

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