We’re halfway through our 2011 Spring/Summer season. Here are the recaps of the draws in Week 6 …
Squirrels 13, Goody’s 1
The Squirrels scored nine points over the 4th, 5th and 6th ends – 3 apiece – to take control of its draw against Goody’s, and won 13-1, remaining undefeated this season.
Goody’s was able to blank the 2nd end after the Squirrels stole three points in the first. The team is still searching for its first win of the season, but played a spirited draw and was able to get a point in the 7th end.
Happy Hour 14, Team Maas 0
Eddie Perrino’s team played a complete game Tuesday night and has won two in a row after its 14-0 win over Team Maas. Happy Hour scored eight points in the first three ends, including a ‘4’ in the 3rd.
Happy Hour remains just two games behind the Squirrels in the Smith Conference, and is now alone in second place. Team Maas missed a chance to draw even in a three-way tie in the Fell Conference with the loss.
MLC 10, Bitter End 3
MLC’s big win on Tuesday night over Bitter End pulled the team even at first place in the Fell Conference.
After falling behind 3-1 in the 2nd end, MLC scored three points in the 3rd and 5th ends to take control of the match.
Team Cawley 7, Team Piatt 5
Dave Cawley’s team has won three consecutive draws, including a win over Fell Conference leader Team Piatt on Tuesday night.
After scoring four in the 1st end, Alison Piatt’s team was able to get within a point after the 3rd until Cawley’s side responded with another multi-point end, with three in the 3rd. Piatt’s charges were able to get a point in the final two ends, but it wasn’t enough to make the comeback complete.
Cracked Ice 7*, Team Lyons 6
Cracked Ice was the victim of some of the worst luck in the league but they’ve seemingly turned that tide with a draw-t0-the-button win over Team Lyons Tuesday night.
Matt Lyons’ four points in the 4th tied the game at 5-5 going into the 5th end, where he was able to steal a point and take the lead. Ted Karampilas’ team was able to tie the draw in the 6th and win the tie-breaker in the 7th.
LLUA 4, Team Grassi (Leonard) 3
In what’s been called “the greatest game of the season” on a major social networking Web site (that’s a Wheel of Fortune description of a contestant’s job), the guys from Binghamton were able to get a second-straight win.
Little Lebowskis broke a 3-3 tie in the 7th end with the decisive point. They took a 2-0 lead on single points in the 1st and 2nd, but gave them back in the 3rd and 4th. They and Team Grassi, being skipped by newcomer Alyssa Leonard, exchanged single points in the final three ends.