TBL champ in sight
The Western Territorial Bowling League (TBL) is on it’s third season.
Bowling league passes halfway mark
The Western Territorial Bowling League (TBL) is mid-way through its third season with 24 teams vying for the title of TBL Champion in a total of four geographically determined divisions.
At the conclusion of week four, the leaders in each of the conferences are as follows:
In the Tucker Conference: the Wharehouse Dudes, from the Lambuth Family Center in Denver, Colo., and last year’s champion team the Gateway Pin Busters, from Gateway Corps in Ketchikan, Alaska, are tied with 1,200 points.
In the Clifton Conference: two teams from the Lodi Corps in Lodi, Calif., Lodi 1 and Lodi 3, are tied with 1,400 points.
In the Swyers Conference: the Nimrods from the Orroville Corps in Orroville, Calif., lead with 1,700 points.
In the Booth Conference: the King of the Pin team from the Richland Corps in Richland, Wash., leads with 1,500 points.
Adam Halverson, of King of the Pin, scored the highest game so far this season with a 239, one of two players that have averaged over 190 each game.
The Redding 300 team, from Redding, Calif., has the highest team average, scoring an average 147 each game.
When the eight-week season concludes, the top team in each division will enter a play-off round, Tucker vs. Clifton and Swyers vs. Booth, before the final two teams compete for the title of TBL Champion.