Bullseye: Vernon dart league stats

Vernon Pubmaster League results from the past week

VERNON PUBMASTER DARTS STATS, March 22:

A DIVISION

Green Pistoleros (9 points, 99 games);

Eagles Bud Knights (9, 94)

Alexanders Predators (8, 81)

Eagles Projectile Dysfunction (8, 77)

Wing Nutz (6, 70)

Alexanders Mafia (5, 44)

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HIGH SCORE

Brad Jackson, 177; Sheri Morrell, 140

HIGH OUTS

Jackson, 116; Morrell, 92;

BULL FINISH

Richard MacKie, 71;

180s

Morrell

B DIVISION

Elks Y.S. Joes (10, 104);

Netty’s Green Crew (9, 94);

TND Bullshooters (7, 77);

ANAF Paralyzers (7, 67);

Elks D’Bratz (5, 64);

Eagles Straight Shooters (6, 59);

HIGH SCORE

Kevin Desmarais, Jeff Mabb, Dell Valouch, 140; Annette Hiren, 133;

HIGH OUTS

Moe Ali, 89; Mary Convey, 57;

C DIVISION

ANAF TND Spitfires (9, 100);

Elks Dart Farts (8, 83);

ANAF Dilligads (8, 81)

Don Cherry Pitts ( 8, 74);

Eagles in Flight (7, 75);

Kicking Eagles (4, 37);

HIGH SCORE

Ash McLeod, Bob Zimmerman, Tom Ingebrigton, 140; Cindy Gamble, 119;

HIGH OUTS

Ingebrigton, 140; Marj Forsyth, Cindy Gamble, 40;

STATS FOR MARCH 14:

A DIVISION

Eagles Bud Knights (8, 80)

Green Pistoleros (7, 82);

Alexanders Predators (7, 67);

Eagles Projectile Dysfunction (6, 60);

Wing Nutz (4, 49);

Alexanders Mafia (4, 34);

HIGH SCORE

Dalton Desmarais, 140×3; Brad Jackson 140×3; Rita File, 140×3;

HIGH OUTS

Jackson, 95; Joanne Cowan, 80;;

BULL FINISH

Desmarais, 81; File 50;

180s

Howie Sparrow

B DIVISION

Elks Y.S. Joes (8, 85);

Netty’s Green Crew (8, 82);

TND Bullshooters (5, 57);

Elks D’Bratz (5, 53);

Eagles Straight Shooters (5, 51);

ANAF PARALYZERS (5,44);

HIGH SCORE

Rob Calhoun, Rod Kashuba, Jeff Mabb, Clint Steele, Jessica Polson, 140;

HIGH OUTS

Betty Daschner, 102; Craig Borgal, 99;

180s

Steele

C DIVISION

ANAF TND Spitfires (7, 77);

ANAF Dilligads (7, 67);

Don Cherry Pitts (7, 66);

Elks Dart Farts (6,66);

Eagles in Flight (5, 53);

Kicking Eagles (3, 28);

HIGH SCORE

Eamon Logan, Len Thiessen, Bob Zimmerman, 140; Cindy Gamble, 134;

HIGH OUTS

Forsyth, Zimmerman, 76.



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