Williams Fires 706 As Tommies Roll
Fire And Ice Lead Dwindles To Five As Floyd And Basso Duel
South Glens Falls - Don Williams fired his third 700 series of the short summer season Thursday afternoon for the Tomahawks, a 706 masterpiece on games of 245, 213 and 248 - and with 184-241-187 (612) assistance from Roy Brady, the Tommies demolished Twisted Sisters 4-0. Once the smoke had cleared, the Toms had pulled into a second-place tie with Long-Short. The pair are five points back with three weeks left on the schedule.
Season-long league-leading Fire and Ice suffered a rare 1-3 hiccup courtesy of the Yanks as Mark Basso soloed his way to 190-229-204 for 623, offsetting F&I anchor Floyd Butler's normal 626 on games of 231, 194 and 201.
Fire and Ice is still a gaudy 35-13 atop the standings board, but their lead doesn't look quite as safe. The Butlers' next opponent is the strong Wyman Swinton-led Leftover, while the Tommies get Pribis - who are seldom in attendance.
Williams raised his average to 222. Floyd remains at 211 and Wyman fell to 203.