LBLBC Tournaments are organized for LBLBC members to compete with one another at the club level. Except for Novice Singles, Participants are awarded points towards the coveted "Bowler of the Year" honor. You automatically get 40 points for each tournament you bowl in and more if you place. In addition to points, you get cash if you place.
Tournaments are held on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 9:00am.
The sixth LBLBC tournament of the season, the 3-Bowl Pairs (Pick Your Partner) is scheduled for Sunday July 28, 2019 at 9:00am. The price is $10.00 per team.
This tournament is open only to LBLBC members and will be limited to the first 22 teams who sign up. You somehow have to get up the guts to actually contact a real human being and ask them to be your partner. I know. It's pretty rough, but trust me, it can be done. Look in the recent Eblast sent on Thursday, July 04, 2019 9:11 AM, Subject: Club Closed Today, Need More Markers For Novice Singles for the link to the LBLBC Membership Roster or go to the club and look in the office or under the Coaches Corner.
Competitors will be matched by blind draw. Bowler of the year points will be awarded!
3 10-end games with 7 plus points. Eat after the 2nd game has completed. Winning places will be determined by total match points, total plus points, and total fewest competitor plus points. 3 match points per win, 1 per tie, and 0 per loss. Max 7 plus points.
Sign ups are first come first served. An even number of teams will be accepted to prevent byes. Sign up for this tournament using PayPal below.
Remember to bring a lunch, snacks, and a bottle (to put our filtered water in). Or simply bring your own water. Please wear a club or white shirt and white shorts. No T-shirts please. Remember flat soled shoes and no flip flops.
You should be done before 2:00pm with this tournament!
LBLBC hosted its fifth club tournament, Novice Singles, on Sunday July 7th, The format was 3 blind draw games, first to 15 points wins.
We had a good turnout of 23 novices to compete for a small cash prize and more importantly, your name on the Novice Champion plaque on the wall.
Winners were determined first by most matches won, most plus points, least opponents points, and most number of ends played.
And wouldn't you know it, the last tiebreaker determined the winner between 1st and 2nd.
LBLBC hosted its fourth club tournament of the year on Sunday June 16th. The format was a Vet / Novice Four Bowl Pairs Tournament where the novice was the lead. Teams were selected through a blind draw.
This tournament was a sponsored event. A club member who wishes to remain anonymous has graciously made a donation so that the winning team received $100/person and the second place team received $50/person, third place received $25/person.
Lunch was provided and it still only cost $5 per player. 3 12-end games. Winning places were determined by total match points, total plus points, and total fewest competitor plus points. 3 match points per win, 1 per tie, and 0 per loss. Max 7 plus points.
Christian de Taillac, Julie Buchanan
Norma Goodhart, Amy Ding
Joanne Hedgespeth, Stan Shuster
The third LBLBC tournament of the season held Sunday April 28, the format was changed to a 4-bowls and 3 ten-end games prior to bowling.
20 bowlers participated. Three 10 end pairs games were played with the winner having the most total game points (3 per game win, 1 per game tie) and most total plus points for all games.
Bowling commenced at 9:00am and finished the awards presentations at 2:45pm.
Greg Mech & John Flora-Tostado
Tom Richeson & Shelley Cohen
Ken Robillard & Abe Pinnella
We had a great turnout of 30 bowlers for this tournament. Because 46% of the field were novices, each team contained at least one novice. Three 10 end triples games were played with the winner having the most total game points (3 per game win, 1 per game tie) and most total plus points for all games. We started at 9:00am and finished the awards presentations at 3:30pm.
1st Place: Abe Pinella, John Monahan, Doug Killian
2nd Place: Joanne Hedgespeth, Ginny Watford, Martin Bressem
3rd Place: Larry Dunn, Pat Gallis, Dianne Bressem
Men played men and women played women in this members-only tournament. We switched from a 10 ends per game tournament to a first person to 15 points tournament. We started on time at 9:00am and finished the awards presentations at 2:45pm.
1st Place: Christian de Taillac
2nd Place: Lou Cohen
3rd Place: Tom Richeson
4th Place: Chris Dodd
1st Place: Norma Goodhart
2nd Place: Tracy Manzi
3rd Place: Stephanie Smith