Where are the Robinsons?
Monday was Cyber Monday, which has no bearing on anything, except a space filler.
Keith Hadler, brother of Kevin was on hand to observe.
Jack Windish looked like OJ Simpson in the old Hertz commercials. He leaped chairs and ball returns just to get to Katie. Jack, being a gentleman, thought Katie was hurt; however, she was just lying on the floor in anguish having to deal with a 7-10 split. Was not a good night for Katie and would have been worse if Jack had gotten to her while she was down.
Don Lorenz pulled David Wicks ticket for the 50/50 and Dave received $62.00. It gets frustrating every week going home empty handed, but I will make up for it on the Columbia trip and banquet.
Top 3 individual scratch games: Don Klackner 236, Steve LaFara 212 and Kent Steinbrueck 205.
Top 3 individual handicap series: Steinbrueck 722, Fuller 685 and Linton 669.
Team Linton-Finch won 22 points versus Team Decker and rolled back into first place. Team Hadler is a close second just 4 points back.
Matt: I don’t say much, but I am on time.
Anxious to see what happens next week.