Bullseye: Vernon dart league stats

Vernon Pubmaster League results from the past week

The latest highlights from the Vernon Pubmasters Dart League are out. (photo submitted)

VERNON PUBMASTER DARTS STATS, MARCH 11:

A DIVISION

Elks Pointy Peckers (2 points, 20 games);

Eagles Projectile Dysfunction (2, 18);

Eagles Bud Knights (2, 16);

Green Pistoleros (1,15);

Wing Nuts (1, 13);

Alexanders Predators (1, 11);

HIGH SCORE

Dalton Desmarais 140 x 6; Rita File, 123;

HIGH OUTS

Dalton Desmarais 139; Kathy Desmarais 60;

180s

Dalton Desmarais

BULL FINISH

Brock French 90

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B DIVISION

Don Cherry Pits (2, 21);

Elks Y.S. Joes; (2, 18);

TND Bullshooters (2, 18);

Alexanders Mafia (1, 13);

Nettys Green Crew (1, 13);

Elks Dart Farts (1, 10)

ANAF Dilligads (1, B);

HIGH SCORE

Bob Zimmerman 140 x 3; Carla Calhoun 134

180s

Rod Kashuba

HIGH OUTS

Clint Steele 108 (Bull); Judy Kelly 60;

BULL FINISH

Kashuba 77

C DIVISION

Eagles Straight Shooters (2, 21);

ANAF Dilligads (2, 21);

Kicking Eagles (2, 16);

Eagles In Flight (1, 15);

Elks Bratz Again (1, 10);

ANAF High Flyers (1, 10);

TND Spitfires (1, B)

HIGH SCORE

Glen Sochan 177; Shawna Zawada 130;

HIGH OUTS

Corey Bingley 99; REna Patterson 90.



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