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WINTER 2018 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

March 26, 2018

It was an 'ALL POTATO' final this year in the Winter 2018 Skeeball World Tour Tournament. Last season's runner-up, Skeet and Potatoes (Copley) was facing off against Mentor's Scoopskee Potatoes. The latter Potatoes actually finished in 4th place on Tuesday night in Mentor during the regular season, but had the good fortune of having one of their regular players (Greg Lyons) not able to make it to the tournament. With a fill-in player in tow, Brian Kampman picked up the slack in leading Scoopskee Potatoes to a sweep of Skeet and Potatoes. Three of his four games in the final match were 630's... after rolling a pair or 720's in the team's semi-final match (equaling his total number of 700+ games during the regular season in a single match).

Scoopskee Potatoes - Winter 2018 Champions

Rounding out the final four, but coming up a little short were (UnbeSKEEvable (Macedonia) and Rule #7Skee6 (Mentor). UnbeSKEEvable was the top team in the league this season and were the favorites going into the tournament... while Rule #7Skee6 was the top team at Mentor (Tuesday) this season.

Over in the Second Chance Bracket, the HungLo (Mentor... shown below) knocked off the Alley Cats (Macedonia)  in the final match to claim the honors.

HungLo (Second Chance Winners)

Raffle Prize Winners ($100, $200 and $500 Amazon Gift Cards) are shown below (left to right): Megan McPherran (Copley), Ross Fatica (Macedonia) and Deb Leahy (Lakewood).

 - $100 Gift Card Winner Ross Fatica - $200 Gift Card Winner Deb Leahy - $500 Gift Card Winner

As always, Sal's Photos of the event are available for viewing.



WINTER SEASON TOURNAMENT

March 16, 2018

The 2018 Winter Skeeball Tournament will be held Saturday (March 24th) at the Winking Lizard Party Center (25200 Miles Rd, Bedford Heights). Doors open at 5:00pm and matches start at 6:00pm.

Everyone who played in the league (plus their significant other or a friend) is welcome to attend... even if you didn't qualify to partipate in the tournament, though you must have played in the league to qualify to win prizes. Skeeball World Tour is a 21 and older league... as is this tournament.

There will be a great complimentary All-You-Can-Eat Buffet, the main tournament, the Second Chance Bracket, a huge Raffle and a guaranteed great time!

We will be giving away $800.00 in Amazon Gift Cards throughout the evening. You must have played at least 1 week during this season to qualify and you must be present to win! Here is the schedule of the gift card drawings:

The Winners of the tournament will receive '3' $50 Amazon Gift Cards, while the runners up will receive '3' $25 Amazon Gift Cards.

The Second Chance Bracket is back! If your team loses in the first round of the main tournament, you can signup to keep playing in the Second Chance Bracket. 7:15pm is the deadline to signup. The winners of the second chance bracket will receive '3' $25 Lizard Loot Cards.



FINAL TOURNAMENT RANKINGS

March 16, 2018

The season is now over and the TOURNAMENT RANKINGS have been set as 'Final'. Teams that told us they aren't coming to the tournament are not included in the rankings. If you see any errors or ommisions in the rankings, please let us know.

The March 24th tournament is right around the corner. More info will be posted about the tournament later today.

EDIT: The TOURNAMENT BRACKET has now been posted. Please let us know ASAP if something looks incorrect.



3 IN A ROW

March 14, 2018

PJ Turosky (Mentor) has become the first player in Skeeball World Tour history to roll 3 consecutive 720s. He pulled off the feat on March 8th in frames 5 through 7 and finished with 4610 points on the evening.

Three 720s In A Row.png

Note: In the Fall season of 2012, someone did roll a 720,720 and 900 consecutively... but technically not 3 straight 720s.