2017 M.I.S.T. Master of the Lanes, presented by Bayside Bowl

August 16th, 2017 Comments off

2017 M.I.S.T. Master of the Lanes, presented by Bayside Bowl
Date: August 20, 2017
Place: Bayside Bowl, Portland, ME.
Time: 12:00 PM (check in 11:30 AM)

 

M.I.S.T. Bowlers and Fans,

 

Once again we have reached the time of year where we will crown the M.I.S.T. champion who will represent our tournament series in the 2018 USBC Masters. The 2017 M.I.S.T. “Master of the Lanes, presented by Bayside Bowl” will take place on August 20, 2017 at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME. at 12:00 PM. Thank you to Charlie Mitchell from Bayside Bowl for allowing us to once again hold this event at this gorgeous facility, and for stepping up as the official sponsor. This tournament is exclusively for the top (10) bowlers on the season ending M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year points list. There is NO COST to our bowlers, who will be competing for (1) single prize, a paid entry into the 2018 USBC Masters Tournament. Our bowlers worked hard all last season to make it into the top (10) on our points list, so I like to reward one bowler with the chance to represent the M.I.S.T. each year at the USBC Masters tournament. It will be the same format as last year, a best 2 out of 3 head to head match play event, where we will determine our champion through (4) rounds of matches. We want as many people in the crowd as possible, cheering on our bowlers from lane side, the mezzanine, wherever you can in the facility, as they try to become a M.I.S.T. Master of the Lanes Champion. We had over 170 different bowlers compete in the M.I.S.T. this past season, so let’s get a raucous environment for our bowlers to compete in. I KNOW that the bowlers and fans at Bayside can bring the noise, let’s have some serious crowd excitement for this event! It is FREE to attend, so let’s show some support for these great competitors, and for this gorgeous bowling center that Charlie Mitchell has brought to life here in the great state of Maine!

 

Here are the (10) bowlers who qualified for the tournament:

 

1. Joe Colcord (2017 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year)
2. Joe Ramsdell III
3. Valerie Bercier
4. John Bercier
5. Larry King
6. Brian Boghosian
7. Mike Klosin
8. Scott Moore
9. Stephen Dale Jr.
10. Jimmy Clark

 

The top (6) bowlers will receive a bye in the first round of the tournament. Bowlers 7-10 will face off head to head, with the matches going 10 vs. 7 and 9 vs. 8. Here are the first round match ups:

 

10. Jimmy Clark vs. 7. Mike Klosin
9. Stephen Dale Jr. vs. 8. Scott Moore

 

At the completion of the first round, the remaining (8) bowlers will compete head to head in our quarter final match ups to determine the final (4) that will advance to the semi-final round. The match ups will be determined by seeding, with the lowest seed remaining facing the highest seeded player. Here are the projected match ups for the quarter final round:

 

(Lowest Seed) vs. 1. Joe Colcord
(2nd Lowest Seed) vs. 2. Joe Ramsdell III
6. Brian Boghosian vs. 3. Valerie Bercier
5. Larry King vs. 4. John Bercier

 

At this point, we will be down to the final (4) bowlers competing in the semi-finals. The winners of those matches will face off, head to head, to determine the 2017 M.I.S.T. “Master of the Lanes, presented by Bayside Bowl” Champion, with the lowest remaining seeds facing the higher seeded players in each match. Thank you to each and every bowler who competed this season, and a special thanks to those who made our top (10) to earn a spot for this prestigious event. I know whoever wins will represent the M.I.S.T. well, and it would be a dream come true to see the USBC Masters title go to one of our own. See you all on the 20th of August at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME., starting time is 12:00 PM, let’s have a great event

 

– James Goulding III, M.I.S.T. Tournament Director

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My open letter to all of my M.I.S.T. bowlers…

August 14th, 2017 Comments off

My open letter to all of my M.I.S.T. bowlers…

It is with a huge mixture of emotions that I am writing this, especially after such an electric weekend at Bayside Bowl, but here goes. As of August 21, 2017 (after our M.I.S.T. Master of the Lanes event) I will no longer be running the Maine Invitational Scratch Tournament (M.I.S.T.) series. This was not a decision that came lightly to me, and has taken months for me to decide, but I am now 100% sure of my decision to walk away at this time. When I started the M.I.S.T., there was no scratch bowling in Maine, it had faded away over the years, and my goal was to put Maine back on the map, to show the rest of New England that we CAN have superior scratch bowling action here and attract some of the best bowlers in New England in the process. I feel we have achieved success on all of these fronts. Over the past 9 years I have seen this small tournament series become formidable, I have seen bowlers literally grow up on the lanes with us, and have been proud of the achievements of so many who have bowled in our tournament series. I have run over 80 tournaments, and paid out well over $100,000 in prize money over the years. I am proud of those numbers, but I am more proud of the way the tournament series has been run, and the way our bowlers responded to it. I love challenging bowlers, putting out shots that some tournaments may shy away from because they’re afraid bowlers will stay home, but our bowlers welcomed the challenge, and always said bring it on! Entries grew every year of the M.I.S.T. and we even reached out to other states to host events, something unheard of a decade ago, but I don’t like to take no for an answer. But, for all the success, it is time for me to walk away. There are many reasons, and I am always very candid with my bowlers, so I will be here as well.
 

Before I get into my own reasons for stepping away, I want to thank all of the M.I.S.T. sponsors over the years, without you none of this could have been possible. Moore’s Pro Shop, our longest running sponsor, Brunswick Bowling and their incredible products, Bowl Pro Sales and John Bovoy, BowlingChat and Eric Morrett, Tibo Art and Aaron Thiboutot, Maine Clockworks and Joe Kenney, Twisted T’s and Lisa and Don Austin, Ace Mitchell and Vincent Grazn, and anyone else I may have forgotten over the years THANK YOU!! Your support of grass roots scratch bowling is what helps keep it alive and well for generations to come, and I hope that whoever runs a scratch tournament series here in the future, you will support them the same way that you have supported the M.I.S.T. these past 9 years. The honor has truly been all mine. I also want to thank all of the bowling centers the M.I.S.T. has used over the years, the center managers, owners, and employees for allowing us to come into your bowling alleys and provide exciting tournament action these past 9 years. I have enjoyed the friendships made and working relationships I have built up, and I wish each center well in the future and hope scratch bowling continues to grow as it has the last decade here in the Northeast.

 

As far as my reasons for leaving, here goes. Running these events takes a tremendous amount of time for me, to do events right and keep bowlers coming back, that’s what it takes, in my opinion . My philosophy has always been to put as much of the money coming in back in the bowler’s pockets, and I feel we have always stood by that and made it happen, which is another reason why bowlers liked bowling our events, along with my evil genius plans to try and keep scores over 200 nearly impossible to attain consistently. I’m proud of our reputation for hard shots and having to EARN every pin you get. Putting in results, setting up events, updating Bowler of the Year points, keeping the Facebook page as well as the website up to date, finding and retaining sponsors, taking entries, dealing with cancellations and waiting lists, setting up dates with bowling centers, and of course all the work that goes into tournament day, all with a minimal staff of myself and my wife for the most part. I am grateful to friends who have helped on tournament days over the years, people like Karen Libby, Amanda Welch, Amanda Ward, Audra Mercier, and a few others I am sure that I am missing. I appreciate the work you all have done and will never forget it, you all rock! Of course, my biggest helper and supporter is my wife Angeliec, who does a great job every tournament, and who has the job of dealing with me and my attitude if things don’t go right. I love you and thank you for all the help and support over the years, I couldn’t have done it without you. Working with bowlers on the broadcasts like Jimmy Clark, Scott Moore, Mallory Nutting, Brian Gaskill, Mike Desimone, Steve Babb, youth bowlers like Shayne Macfarlane, and anyone else who has been on the mic with me, it has been a blast and I am truly thankful to all of you. Another reason I am stepping away is that I want to be there for my daughter Avery as she takes the next step in her bowling career. We have a lot of tournaments, mostly out of state, that we want to bring her to, and she has made such tremendous strides in her game, I want to give her the best opportunity to blossom as a bowler. I cannot divide my time up enough to put together the types of tournaments I normally run, and also be there to see her compete, and with her being a junior in high school this coming year, I don’t want to miss any more of her events. Also, as much enjoyment as I have gotten from making lifelong friends running these tournaments, and seeing bowlers compete, it has taken a lot of my own time away from the lanes, and forced me to cut back on my own tournament bowling to run events. With Avery’s upcoming schedule, and my own desire to compete in some tournaments, I want to focus on my family and my own game for the first time in a long time, and just enjoy competing in the sport I love. Lastly, I have enjoyed the M.I.S.T., it’s like my own child that I have watched grow and something I am truly proud of, but I am also exhausted. I take things with this tournament to heart, I can’t do it any other way, and the amount of time I spend doing things between events really is truly exhausting mentally. Nine years is a long time, and I want to step away before I feel that I may not run events up to the standard I have set for myself, and the standard my bowlers have come to expect. It is time for someone else to pick up the mantle and begin their own chapter of running quality scratch tournaments in Maine. I believe I am leaving the next person in great shape, with a loyal following of bowlers who enjoy competing in this great state, and that’s all I can do as I begin the next chapter in my own bowling career.

 

Lastly, I want to thank you, the bowlers, for making the M.I.S.T. what it has become, and what it has symbolized for Maine scratch bowling. I appreciate and truly care for each and every bowler who has dared to step in our ring and face off with some of the hardest lane conditions in the country, and the whole time never backing down to the challenge. It is because of bowlers like you that I know the sport is not dead, it’s not even on the decline, it is entering a new chapter that will help carry it into the next decade and beyond, stronger than it was before. Thank you for letting me come along for the ride, to try and provide an environment that would challenge you and reward you all at the same time. If any of you are looking to run a tournament series, or want to take over the M.I.S.T. as it stands now, I am all ears. I would certainly endorse the right person for the job, because I feel our bowlers deserve the best and I will not settle for anything less for them. I will certainly let our sponsors know that whoever steps up and decides to run tournaments, that they have my blessing and I hope our sponsors decide to go with that person and their own vision for what scratch bowling can become in the future. So, thank you once again for the ride, it has been fun, and I look forward to what the future brings. Good luck and good bowling out there everyone.
P.S.

Don’t fear though, all is not lost. I plan to run our summer M.I.S.T. bracket tournaments every year, and will work with Charlie Mitchell on coming up with some exciting events in the future!!

Sincerely,

James Goulding III, M.I.S.T. Tournament Director

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Sunday Oil Pattern

August 12th, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship 
Sunday Oil Pattern:

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship 11:30 AM Sunday Squad

August 12th, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Sunday Roster
11:30 AM Squad:
1A Mike Fecteau vs. 2B Joseph Colcord

1C Robert Grasse vs. 2D Stephen Dale Jr
3A Kenny Sweet vs. 4B Dustin Pizzi

3C Valerie Bercier vs. 4D Shayne Macfarlane
5A Charlie Bowlportland Mitchell vs. 6B Aaron Zeisler

5C Alex Aguiar vs. 6D Brian Gaskill
7A Jennifer Marie Lemay vs. 8B Scott Moore

7C Randy S. Plummer vs. 8D John Croto
11A Stephen Babb vs. 12B Ronnie Paquette

11C Darryn Martin vs. 12D Jimmie Pritts Jr.
13A Jayme Silva vs. 14B Christian Moro

13C Stephen Hardy Sr. vs 14D John Bercier
15A Danny Boothby vs. 16B David Tiny Wyman

15C Scott J. Wolkovich vs. 16D Tom Hedding
17A Mike Klosin vs. 18B Ken Sweet

17C Jesse Cote vs. Miles Coplan
Squad time starts at 11:30 AM, check in is from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM. See you tomorrow!

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship 9:30 AM Sunday Squad

August 12th, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Sunday Roster
9:30 AM Matches:
1A Mallory Nutting vs. 2B Josh Porter

1C Steve Dubuc vs. 2D BYE
3A Jimmy Clark vs. 4B Brandon Dubuc

3C Storm DeVincent vs. 4D Dave Burke
5A Nathan Ruest Lajoie vs. 6B Stephen Hardy Jr.

5C Kevin Dube vs. 6D Marc Antoine Caron
7A Dylan Davis vs. 8B Terry Robinson

7C Shane Pearl vs. 8D Jonathan Miller
11A Tim Giguere vs. 12B Kris Campbell

11C Kyle Egan vs. 12D Josh Juarbe
13A Tyler Coplan vs. 14B Brian Egan

13C Josh Corum vs. 14D Scott Corkhum
15A Brian Boghosian vs. 16B Chris Williams

15C Darrell Guertin vs. 16D Chad Dostie
17A Jason Hebert vs. 18B Joe Kenney

17C Zac Louten vs. BYE
Check in is from 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM for this squad. See you tomorrow!

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Draft Party Order of Draw

August 11th, 2017 Comments off

Here is the order of draw for tonight’s Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship draft party. We will start with the Saturday tournament, and then go directly into drafting the Sunday tournament. Draft party starts tonight at 6:00 PM at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME. on the new mezzanine level. If you can not attend, we will draw your spot for you. The round of (64) each day will be split into two squads of (32) bowlers each day, first squad starting at 9:30 AM, check in at 8:30 AM. The second squad will begin around 11:30 AM, check in starting at 10:00 AM each day. I will post which half of each bracket will be bowling at 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM, tonight after the draft party. See you tonight!

 

DRAFT ORDER FOR 8-12-17 DRAFT ORDER FOR 8-13-17
BYE BYE
BYE BYE
BYE BYE
BYE Charlie Mitchell
Charlie Mitchell Brandon Dubuc
Brandon Dubuc Chris Williams
Chad Dostie Joe Kenney
Adam Christie Stephen Dale Jr.
Avery Goulding (youth) Dave Wyman
Jason Breeden Jason Breeden
Nick Miseno Scott Moore
Miles Coplan Miles Coplan
Brian Boghosian Brian Boghosian
Michael Weakley Chad Dostie
Terry Robinson Terry Robinson
Andrew Story Dustin Pizzi
Joe Colcord Joe Colcord
Justin Quinones Zac Louten
Brian Gaskill Brian Gaskill
David Brais Jim Pritts Jr.
Jayme Silva Steve Babb
Brian Owoc Ronnie Paquette
Nathan Lajoie Alex Aguiar
Alex Aguiar Thomas Hedding
Thad Rines Bob Grasse
Shayne Macfarlane (youth) Darryn Martin
Darryn Martin Jayme Silva
Mark Mantere Tyler Coplan
Tyler Coplan Shayne Macfarlane (youth)
Phil Provencher Dan Boothby
Storm Devincent Steve Dubuc
Dan Boothby Dylan Davis
Jason Hebert Jason Hebert
Mike Klosin Shane Pearl
Ken Sweet Mike Klosin
Kenny Sweet Ken Sweet
Chris Williams Kenny Sweet
Tim Giguere Scott Wolkovich
Brian Egan Steve Hardy Jr.
Darrell Guertin Randy Plummer
Valerie Bercier Tim Giguere
John Bercier Brian Egan
Jim Pritts Jr. Darrell Guertin
Josh Porter Valerie Bercier
Dustin Pizzi John Bercier
Jarrett Roseboom Josh Corum
Kyle Egan (youth) Josh Porter
John Croto Kris Campbell
Dave Burke Kyle Egan (youth)
Jesse Cote Nathan Lajoie
Josh D’Alfonso Scott Corkhum
Aaron Ziesler Storm Devincent
Jimmy Clark Marc Antoine Caron
Mallory Nutting Steve Hardy Sr.
Marc Antoine Caron John Croto
Christian Moro Dave Burke
Levi Gervais Jesse Cote
Tom Young Kevin Dube
Jay Mantere Aaron Ziesler
Dylan Davis Jimmy Clark
Steve Hardy Sr. Mallory Nutting
Myles Petrin Jonathan Miller
Jackson Getting Josh Juarbe
Mike Cimba Mike Fecteau
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MOOSEHEAD M.I.S.T. MATCHPLAY BRACKET CHALLENGE RULES & INFO

August 10th, 2017 Comments off

MOOSEHEAD M.I.S.T. MATCHPLAY BRACKET CHALLENGE

 

TOURNAMENT FORMAT:

 

The Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Bracket Challenge will bowl (6) rounds of head to head match play. There will be (64) competitors in the field, with the top (8) qualifying for cash prizes. A top prize of $2,400 will be awarded if all (64) spots are filled at the start of the tournament. There will be no more than (4) bowlers on each pair of lanes for the first (3) rounds, and (2) bowlers per pair the remaining (3) rounds. Bowlers in the first (3) rounds will receive (8) minutes of practice, on the pair of lanes each bowler is assigned to begin; if we end up going with (2) bowlers per pair in round (3), it will be 4 minutes of practice. Bowlers competing in the remaining rounds (8, 4, 2) will receive (4) minutes of practice. In the first (3) rounds, starting order will be determined by the tournament director. The bowler with the highest pinfall total from the previous round determines starting order for rounds 4-6. If the bowler chooses to go first in the final (3) rounds, he/she will start on the left lane, throwing (1) frame, with the next bowler following by starting their game on the right lane throwing (2) frames. Each bowler will throw (2) consecutive frames for the remainder of the match, alternating play so that the bowler who began the match, will also be the one finishing the match. This is a best (2) out of (3) tournament per round, so the first bowler to reach (2) wins will advance to the next round, total pin fall does not matter. If there is a tie in any game, the bowlers will engage in a one ball roll off. The tournament director will determine order for the first (3) rounds, and the highest seeded bowler determining starting order for the roll off in rounds 4-6. If there is a tie after the roll off, there will be another one ball roll off until a winner is determined. Bowlers are welcome to bowl practice games during later rounds on lanes not assigned to the tournament, but the cost of the practice games will not be covered by the M.I.S.T. Each bowler must pay for his or her own practice games. Cash prizes will be awarded at the completion of the tournament.

 

SQUAD TIME:

 

Saturday Tournament: August 12, 2017 at 9:30 AM (half squad) & 11:30 AM (half squad). Check in starts at 8:30 AM. This is a one day only tournament.

Sunday Tournament: August 13, 2017 at 9:30 AM (half squad) & 11:30 AM (half squad). Check in starts at 8:30 AM. This is a one day only tournament.

 

ENTRY FEE:

 

$100 entry fee, cash only. No credit cards or checks will be accepted. Bowlers also can pay in advance at the draft party on August 11th. There is also an optional raffle for a brand new Brunswick Edge and Brunswick Edge Pearl bowling ball(s) offered at each tournament. Any and all side pot action will be cash only. Cancellations of prepaid entries need to be done at least two hours before your squad or you lose the entry fee. No exceptions.

 

TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY:

 

All USBC sanctioned amateur bowlers are eligible to bowl in the M.I.S.T. If you are not USBC certified, you must pay for certification prior to bowling at the cost of $21 (or current USBC dues for the season). You can also choose to pay a $5 USBC participation fee only (if you’re not already sanctioned), but you will not be eligible for USBC awards. PBA members are allowed to bowl in the M.I.S.T., provided they have a valid USBC sanction. If you are under 18, you need to have a waiver signed by your legal guardian prior to bowling, no exceptions. The M.I.S.T. is a participant in the USBC “S.M.A.R.T.” program, and any cash prizes that youth bowlers earn will be deposited in a S.M.A.R.T. account for their use at a later date. All rules governing the use and distribution of S.M.A.R.T. account funds is covered in the USBC manual under the S.M.A.R.T. section, and the M.I.S.T. abides by the rules and guidelines set forth in the USBC manual regarding the S.M.A.R.T. program; The M.I.S.T. is a cash prize only tournament, with the exception of S.M.A.R.T. funds. No youth bowler will be allowed to participate in brackets or side pot action. The M.I.S.T. also does not allow for a person to submit another bowlers name into brackets or side pot action, if a bowler wants to participate they need to put themselves in, period, no exceptions!

 

DRESS CODE:

 

Collared shirts or collarless “mock” style bowling shirts are recommended attire for the Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship. T-shirts may also be worn provided they are neat, clean, not ripped, and contain no profanity or offensive material. Sweatshirts and sleeveless shirts are not allowed. Neat, clean, jeans, corduroys, or dress slacks are also required. Shorts may be worn, provided they are of a dress (or clean jean) type material. No cut-offs, sweat pant, or cut off spandex type material is acceptable for shorts. Capri pants for women are allowed; Sweat pants are not allowed. Hats may be worn provided they are neat, clean, not ripped and contain no profanity or offensive material. A bowler will be asked to change any clothes that do not comply with the dress code. A failure to do so will result in disqualification from this tournament.

 

LANE COURTESY, BEHAVIOR & PRIZE MONEY:

 

We will be using a one lane courtesy rule for this tournament. If you wish to have more than a one lane courtesy, it is your choice, but not required by tournament rule. But, if you are slowing down tournament play by wanting more than one lane courtesy, you will receive one warning only by the tournament director before being asked to leave the tournament. We will not tolerate slow play, and if it becomes an issue, it will be dealt with swiftly by tournament management. Rude, obnoxious behavior will not be tolerated. Bowlers will receive one warning from the tournament director, after which time you will be asked to leave the tournament immediately if you do not comply. All bowlers need to be USBC certified in good standing to bowl in the M.I.S.T. All other general tournament rules are covered in the tournament section of the USBC manual. All decisions by the tournament director are final; appeals must be submitted in writing within 24 hours of the completion of the tournament.

 

LANE CONDITIONS AND HONOR SCORES:

 

The Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Bracket Challenge is not a sport sanctioned event, so the use of sport certified lane conditions does not specifically apply. The M.I.S.T. will be bowling on lane conditions similar to a sport condition. The lane condition will be determined by tournament management, in advance of the tournament, and a graph will be available for all the bowlers to see at the event. Honor scores shot will be subject to any and all inspections required by the USBC.

 

BOWLING BALL SPEC’S AND SURFACE ADJUSTMENTS:

 

All bowling balls used for competition in the M.I.S.T. must be on the USBC acceptable equipment list. A bowler caught using a ball that is not USBC approved, will have that piece of equipment removed from play immediately. During competition, bowlers may apply bowling ball cleaners and polishes by hand in the bowling area only; they cannot be applied outside of the bowling area (i.e. in the pro shop, locker room or equipment paddock) or with the use of a ball spinner. Cleaners and polishes used during competition must contain no solids or abrasives and must found (and properly labeled) on the USBC list of acceptable Commercial Ball Cleaners/Polishes for use during competition. Abrasive pads, such as sandpaper, Abralon, Abranet, SIAAIR, Scotch Brite, etc., may only be used before competition each round. Surface changes will be allowed between rounds. You can change the surface of the ball up until the end of the practice session each round. Any alterations made using these materials must be made to the entire surface of the bowling ball. Any attempt to use abrasive products during competition will be an automatic disqualification from the tournament. Any questions, please feel free to ask the tournament manager before using a product.

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship: Draw Party Information

August 4th, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship
Draw Party Information
Date: 8-11-17
Place: Bayside Bowl, Portland, ME.
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PM

 

Bowlers,

The Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Tournaments are a little over a week away, and the random draw party for these tournaments will be held next Friday, August 11th, 6: 00 PM – 9:00 PM, at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME. It will be held on the new mezzanine that overlooks lanes 1-8. We will draw the names for the Saturday, August 12th tournament first, followed immediately by the drawing of names for the Sunday, August 13th tournament. Please come join us, have some Moosehead lager, and even if you’re not bowling, come hang out with us, it will surely be a good time. Bowlers looking to prepay for their tournament entry (or entries) can do so at the draw party, I will accept cash only payments for the tournament. Attendance is NOT required at the draw party to bowl in the tournaments. If you are not there when we call your name, we will simply draw your spot for you, as we have done the last two years. We are looking forward to an exciting weekend, filled with great bowling action in Portland, ME.

**Side note about the Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championships. These tournaments are being held at Bayside Bowl (home of the Elias Cup), which means that while you are bowling there will be people cheering from the stands, sometimes passionately, there will also be music playing during bowling, in other words it will be a great time no matter what, because that’s just what Bayside is all about, along with some GREAT competition out there on the lanes! So, don’t be surprised when you step into this environment on tournament day, it WILL be an exceptional experience. See you all next Friday for the draw party!

 

James Goulding III
M.I.S.T. Tournament Director

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Tournament #2

July 31st, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay Championship Tournament #2

Sunday 8-13-17

Start time: 9:30 AM

Check-in: 8:30 AM
**Official Roster**:
Charlie Mitchell

Brandon Dubuc

Chris Williams

Joe Kenney

Barry Goldberg

Dave Wyman

Jason Breeden

Scott Moore

Miles Coplan 

Brian Boghosian

— 10 here —

Jay Mantere

Terry Robinson

Andrew Story

Joe Colcord

Zac Louten

Brian Gaskill

Roger Blackmer

Brian Owoc

Eric Frost

Alex Aguiar

— 20 here —

Thomas Hedding

Bob Grasse

Darryn Martin

Mark Mantere

Tyler Coplan

Shayne Macfarlane (youth)

Dan Boothby 

Steve Dubuc

Dylan Davis

Jason Hebert

— 30 here —

Shane Pearl

Mike Klosin 

Ken Sweet

Kenny Sweet

Scott Wolkovich

Steve Hardy Jr.

Randy Plummer

Tim Giguere

Brian Egan

Darrell Guertin

— 40 here —

Valerie Bercier 

John Bercier 

Josh Corum

Josh Porter

Adam Jordan

Del Picard 

Kate Gardner

Brandon Labrie

Billy Trudell

Tyler Busick

— 50 here —

Dave Mackowski

John Croto 

Dave Burke

Jesse Cote

Jason Duryea

Aaron Ziesler

Jimmy Clark

Mallory Nutting

Jonathan Miller

Josh Juarbe

— 60 here —

Danny Khuu

Avery Goulding (youth)

Darryl Washington

Steve Hardy
Waiting list:
Kyle Egan (youth)

Tom Young

Myles Petrin 

Chad Dostie

Nathan Lajoie

David Simard

Nick Miseno

Russ Michaud

John Bovoy
***Any bowler who wants to be added to the waiting list needs to send an email with your name and which tournament you want to be added to, either Saturday or Sunday, or both. Send it to the following: ajsoxpats2002@hotmail.com
Also, if you are on the current tournament roster and can’t bowl, PLEASE let me know ASAP so we can get bowlers from the waiting list to take your spot. Thank you, and I look forward to a great weekend of tournament bowling!***

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Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay ChampionshipTournament #1

July 31st, 2017 Comments off

Moosehead M.I.S.T. Matchplay ChampionshipTournament #1

Saturday 8-12-17

Start time: 9:30 AM

Check-in: 8:30 AM
**Official Roster**:
Charlie Mitchell

Brandon Dubuc

Chad Dostie

Parker Thibault (youth)

Barry Goldberg

Jason Breeden

Scott Moore

Miles Coplan

Brian Boghosian

Michael Weakley

— 10 here —

Terry Robinson

Andrew Story

Joe Colcord 

Justin Quinones

Brian Gaskill

David Brais

Roger Blackmer

Brian Owoc

Eric Frost

Alex Aguiar

— 20 here —

Thad Rines

Shayne Macfarlane (youth)

Darryn Martin

Mark Mantere 

Tyler Coplan

Phil Provencher

Shawn Brown

Dan Boothby 

Jason Hebert

Mike Klosin

— 30 here —

Ken Sweet

Kenny Sweet

John Bovoy

Tim Giguere

Brian Egan

Darrell Guertin

Valerie Bercier

John Bercier

Josh Corum 

Josh Porter

— 40 here —

Tyler Busick

Jarrett Roseboom 

Dave Mackowski

John Croto

Dave Burke

Jesse Cote

Jason Sparks

Aaron Ziesler

Jimmy Clark

Mallory Nutting

— 50 here —

Josh Juarbe

Caleb Burgess

Levi Gervais

Danny Khuu 

Jay Mantere 

Dylan Davis

Steve Hardy Sr.

Kris Campbell

Adam Christie

Chris Williams

— 60 here —

Kyle Egan (youth)

Josh D’Alfonso

Tom Young

Myles Petrin
Waiting list:

 
Nathan Lajoie

David Simard

Nick Miseno

Russ Michaud 
***Any bowler who wants to be added to the waiting list needs to send an email with your name and which tournament you want to be added to, either Saturday or Sunday, or both. Send it to the following: ajsoxpats2002@hotmail.com
Also, if you are on the current tournament roster and can’t bowl, PLEASE let me know ASAP so we can get bowlers from the waiting list to take your spot. Thank you, and I look forward to a great weekend of tournament bowling!***

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