Thursday, May 26, 2016

Dynamic Duo Lead Toms To Victory Again
Williams, Brady Deliver 1-2 Punch Against Former League Leaders

South Glens Falls - Don Williams and Roy Brady led the Tomahawks to an important sweep of Leftover Thursday afternoon at Kingpin's Alley as the Forever Young league completed its third week of competition.

Williams tallied 630 on games of 202, 221 and 207 while Brady registered 204-169-226 for 599.

Floyd Butler put 214 and 207 on the sheet after opening with 162 for 583, but it wasn't enough as Fire and Ice lost 4-0 against Sandy & George. John Urban fired 247-197-200 for 644 in a sub capacity for Twisted Sisters in their 3-1 triumph over the Galway Guys.

Sandy & George are in first place at a gaudy 11-1, followed by the Tommies at 10-2. The Wombats, Leftover, Islanders and Team Macey are all even at 7-5.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Brady, Williams Spark Tomahawk Triumph
Swinton Still En Fuego; Marcantonio Paces Softer Side

South Glens Falls - Roy Brady shot 668 on games of 236, 234 and 198 to lead the Tomahawks to a 3-1 victory over Twisted Sisters Thursday afternoon in Week 2 Forever Young action at Kingpin's Alley. Teammate Don Williams contributed 634 on games of 220, 200 and 214. Ellen Marcantonio had 214-177-180 for 571 to pace the losers.

Last week's star Wyman Swinton tailed off to 174 in the finale after opening with 246 and 224 for 644 in Leftover's 3-1 win against The Wombats.

Other outstanding efforts included 226 from Chuck Boykin, 225 from Floyd Butler (568) and 219 from George Bristol.

Leftover sits atop the standings at 7-1, tied with Sandy & George. The Tommies and Islanders are a game back.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Swinton's 719 Highlights Leftover Victory
Four Go 600+ In FY Opening Week

South Glens Falls - Wyman Swinton fired an outstanding 719 series on games of 247, 235 and 237 to lead Leftover to a sweep of the Marauders as the Forever Young season kicked off its 2016 season Thursday afternoon at Kingpin's Alley.

Other stellar scores were turned in by the dynamic duo of Roy Brady and Don Williams, who shot 215-612 and 231-604 respectively in the Tomahawks' 3-1 win against Fire and Ice. Floyd Butler paced the losers with 229-613.

Erica Sampson led the distaff side with 204 in the middle of her 504 set for The Wombats, who beat Twisted Sisters by a 3-1 count.