Despite having only one team member in attendance, Tranquilos won six out of eight points to take sole possession of second place in the Lords & Ladies Thursday night league at AMF Kissimmee Lanes.

Three team members were sidelined this week due to COVID-19, but should be back soon.

In the meantime, Steve Pomelow II carried the team past a fully staffed No One Cares in the first two games with a pair of deuces, (209 and 200), in addition to the absent scores for the sidelined team members, Lucas Brown, Pablo and Enrique Azcarate.

No One Cares members Fred Toor, John Zahn, Charlie Kim and Miguel Ventura kept the games close, losing the first by just 15 pins and the second by about 40.

Although they won the final game preventing a Tranquilos sweep, they ended up about 20 pins short of winning total pins for the match and could only salvage two out of eight points on the night.

Tranquilos (54-26) now owns second place and No One Cares (50-30) falls two spots to fifth place in the 25-team league.

See the video here.

PosTeam #NameWonLost
142 Cowboys & A Giant7228
222A Cut Above Gutt6832
392 Men And A Baby6832
46Lightning Strikes6238
521Fine Wines5842
614Pin Pushers5644
88El Lucky 75644
95Arepa Power5446
101Widow Makers5248
11104 Man Trio4852
122N.Y. Connection4852
1324In Grey Tattoo4852
1419Heart And Soul4852
1520Lanes Addiction4654
1618High Rollers4654
177Who Gives A Split4654
1811Spare Time4357
1912P.R. Islanders4357
2017In It To Win It4258
2216Pro Green Services3862
2323We Don’t Know3664
243The Other Dudes2476

See a video of the action here.

Lanes Addiction serves up a whipping on the Fine Wines.

Justin Rouse put two 199 scratch games back-to-back on Monday night to take the lead in the Adult Sport Shot League at AMF Kissimmee Lanes.

His 199 games came in the middle of a 147 opening effort and a 169 to close out the night in the four-game set.

It was the first of three weeks the adults will spend on the short Cheetah pattern.

The bowlers competed on another short pattern, Los Angeles 36-feet, for the first section of the league.

They will see two other patterns in the 12-week singles handicap competition.

Champions of each pattern will challenge each other at the end.

The top three bowlers in the first pattern were; Charlie “DJ” Kim, Joel Coriano and Chris Boger.

In overall points, Kim and Coriano are separated by just a single point, 164.5 to 163.5, followed by Rouse with 161 total points.

See a video of Monday night’s action here.

PBA Cheetah 35′ Pattern