On the lanes with the Tri-City Americans

November 12, 2013 

If there's one thing that was learned watching the Tri-City Americans players bowl, is that goalie Eric Comrie should not give up his day job. There were frames where the ball found the gutter half way down the lane. Smart to keep everything to the outside — in hockey. In bowling you actually want to roll the ball down the middle of the lane.

Michal Plutnar turned in the top score for the players with a 221 in the first game. The magic lasted just one game. He also rolled a 132 and a 98 for a 451 series (also tops amongst the players). Phil Tot had a 437 series to place second.

For the Booster Club members, Kevin Baker had a 226 game and a high series of 613.

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