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Pro Series
Singles Knockout
Sunday January 4, 2015
Park Place Lanes - Windham, NH

Congratulations to Mike Kustak for winning the Singles Knockout at Park Place Lanes, defeating Brian Crowell in the finals 134-105.  Kustak finshed 8th overall in the qualifying round with 663 and strings of 114-153-123-157-116.  In the knockout round he was a model of consistency with strings of 139-137-140-128-134 for a 5-string total of 678.  In the knockout round he defeated Jason Simoneau, Steve Rendaud, Jr., Bob Caliri, Shawn McKinley and Brian Crowell.  Mike jumped 13 spots in the playoff standings from 21st to 8th, earning 410 points for the day. 

Thank you all for coming and we hope to see you at the Singles Knockout in January!
Pro Series
Doubles Knockout
Saturday February 7, 2015
Leda Lanes - Nashua, NH
The next event is the Doubles Knockout to be held at Leda Lanes in Nashua, NH.  Shift times for this tournament are 1PM and 3PM.  All members and non-members alike are welcome to bowl and compete to become the next Pro Series Champion.

Sign up with Dave Barber by e-mailing:, or calling 781-439-3411.

Check out our tournament schedule and download a membership application on our Schedule of Events page.  If you plan on being a member this year you can do so at any point during the season, but remember you won't accumulate points for the playoffs if you haven't paid your dues.  The playoffs will remain the same as last year with the top 24 in the standings at the end of the year will be guaranteed to make the playoffs, and 25-40, 26-39, etc... will bowl two strings head-to-head to qualify.

Key changes this year:

1 - Membership fees will increase to $75
2 - If you refer two new members you will receive free membership for the year!  New members are those who weren't members in 2013-2014.
3 - Tournament fees will increase to $75, with the exceptions being the 10-Stringer ($100) and Kids/Pro ($40)
4 - In an effort to improve payouts and hopefully increase participation, we will be paying based on 1 out of every 4 entries this year.