Monday Classic Bowling League in full swing

Capri Valley Lanes into Week 3 of competition for five-pin

Ashley Davy and Mark McDonald had the high singles for the women and men this week at Capri Valley Lanes.

Monday Classic Bowling—Capri Valley Lanes

Week 3

• Session/Season Standings – 1st NGK 26/61 pts – 2nd Boston Pizza Downtown 23/59 pts – 3rd Fort Mac 22/55 pts – 4th Sleep Country Canada 25/52 pts – 5th Capri Valley Lanes 20/49 pts – 6th Dahlt Consulting 9/44 pts – 7th West Kelowna Glass 8/40 pts – 8th Davy 4/40 pts – 9th DLR 8/37 pts – 10th Sandman Hotel & Suites 9/36 pts – 11th Big Steel Box 5/35 pts – 12th Shorestone Homes 9/33 pts – 13th Baily 19/32 pts – 14th Vic Van Isle Construction 8/31 pts – 15th Security Paving 16/27 pts – 16th OK Restoration 5/17 pts

• Ladies High Average – 1st Ashley Davy 248 – 2nd Lori Faasse 221 – 3rd Shawna Holliday 221 – 4th Charmaine Loff 216 – 5th Kim Blaschuk 215 – 6th Erin Zuest 210 – 7th JoJo Bosch 205 – 8th Larissa Jones 202

• Men’s High Average – 1st Bailey Lawson 243 – 2nd Tim Canuel 243 – 3rd Colin Fortney 240 – 4th Mark McDonald 239 – 5th Dan Smith 239 – 6th Kevin Will 237 – 7th David Stewart 234 – 8th Ken Blacke 233 – 9th Michael Courier 233 – 10th Randy Blaschuk 232

• Ladies High Single this week – Ashley Davy 335 – Charmaine Loff 321 – Kayli Breitkreutz 300

• Men’s High Single this week – Mark McDonald 368 – Bailey Lawson 347– Tim Canuel 328

• Ladies High 4 this week – Ashley Davy 1006 – Lori Faasse 960 – Kayli Breitkreutz 953

• Men’s High 4 this week – Kevin Will 1136 – Mark McDonald 1121– Bailey Lawson 1085

• Team High Single this week – NGK 879 – Fort Mac 879 – Boston Pizza Downtown 867

Team High 4 this week – HGK 3133 – Sleep Country Canada 3122 – Fort Mac 3128


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