2019 – 2020 M.I.S.T. Bowler of the Year Points Race

We are now six tournaments into the 2019 – 2020 M.I.S.T. season, just one tournament remains, and the points race is, dare I say, en fuego! We have had five different champions (Bob Nile, Mike Klosin, Joe Colcord, Joe Ramsdell III, Steve Hardy Jr.), some super tough oil patterns, and of course some great scratch action on the lanes. Congrats to this month’s winner Bob Nile, joining the M.I.S.T. winners circle, and on the toughest oil pattern this season, well done! Our Bowler of the Year competition is sponsored by Moore’s Pro Shop, located at both Bayside Bowl in Portland and Sparetime Recreation in Lewiston. They are your one stop shop for all things bowling, from beginners to advanced they have you covered. Check out their Facebook page, or send them a message to set up an appointment, you’ll be glad you did! The winner of our Bowler of the Year points race gets their choice of bowling ball professionally drilled by Moore’s Pro Shop. Also, the more important part of the points race, is to qualify for our season ending Master of the Lanes tournament. We take the top (16) in season ending points and put them head to head, in a best two out of three match-play format, to determine a champion that will represent the M.I.S.T. at the 2021 USBC Masters tournament. That tournament will be held at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME. at the conclusion of the points season. Here are the standings after six out of seven scheduled points tournaments for the 2019 – 2020 season:

1. Joe Ramsdell III – 1020

2. Joe Colcord – 825

3. Adam Michaud – 750

4. Jimmy Clark – 745

5. Skip White – 615

6. Mike Klosin – 610

7. Mallory Nutting – 565

8. Shayne MacFarlane – 475

9. Steve Hardy Jr. – 440

10. David Foster Jr. – 435

11. Steve Hardy Sr. – 410

12. Darryl Washington – 395

13. Ben Furrow – 380 (youth)

14. Scott Paniello – 365

14. Jimmie Pritts Jr. – 365

14. Nate Purches – 365 (youth)

—– CUT FOR MASTER OF THE LANES —–

17. Bob Nile – 300

18. Justin Quinones – 290

19. Charlie Mitchell – 280

20. Jacob Dubuc – 275

21. Joe Scianna – 250

22. Nick Furrow – 225

23. Dan Bamford – 210

23. Ronald Spencer – 210

25. Steve Chiarella – 200

26. Tony Fernandez – 190

27. John Archer – 185

28. Bob Grasse – 180

28. Rico Meucci – 180

30. Anthony White – 175

31. Storm DeVincent – 165

31. Mariann Klosin – 165

33. Charlie Unthank – 160

34. John Croto – 155

35. Jason Breeden – 150

36. Stephen Cloutier – 145

36. Darryn Martin – 145

36. Josh Porter – 145

39. James Davis – 140

40. Peter Fox – 130

40. Chris George – 130

40. Kevin Thibeault – 130

40. Jason Unthank – 130

44. Xavier Bamford – 125 (youth)

44. Bryson Dumais – 125 (youth)

46. Katy Barnes – 120

46. Terry Robinson – 120

48. Rick Campbell – 115

48. Nathan Ruest-Lajoie – 115

50. Fred Crooks – 110

50. Chris Tebbon – 110

52. Clayton Schwartz – 100

53. Marc Andre Gagner – 95

54. Jamey Bissonette – 60

55. Nate Boothby – 50

55. Shawn Brown – 50

55. Adam Christie – 50

55. Josh D’Alfonso – 50

55. Levi Gervais – 50

55. Joe Kenney – 50

61. Ricky Bernosky – 40

61. Dave Burke – 40

61. Morgan DiPietro – 40

61. Steve Dubuc – 40

61. Tony Huff – 40

61. Josh Juarbe – 40

61. Zac Louten – 40

61. Christy Marquis – 40

61. Janessa Williams – 40

70. Troy Ballenger – 30

70. Michael Bruce – 30

70. Noah Flanigan – 30

70. Adam Jordan – 30

70. Robert Rodriguez – 30

70. Conner Schmidt – 30

70. Dakota Sutherland (youth) – 30

70. Michael Thibeault – 30

70. Amanda Welch – 30

78. Jason Berthiaume – 20

78. Mike Desimone – 20

78. Kevin Dube – 20

78. Brian Gaskill – 20

78. Chris Klenk – 20

78. Mike Leclair – 20

78. Scott Madore – 20

78. Cameron McIsaac – 20 (youth)

78. Dom Meucci – 20

78. Brian Owoc – 20

78. Ronnie Paquette – 20

78. Brandon Plummer – 20

78. Randy Plummer – 20

78. Cory Stillings – 20

78. Jacob Sutter – 20 (youth)

78. Richard Sutter – 20

78. Ken Sweet – 20

78. Kenny Sweet – 20

96. Jamie Albert – 10

96. Mariah Barden – 10

96. Kyle Benson – 10

96. Derrick Bernosky – 10

96. Paul Brousseau – 10

96. Sonny Child – 10

96. Greg Curtin – 10

96. Mike Dumais – 10

96. Tom Durrell – 10

96. Paul Eastman – 10

96. Alley Gagne – 10

96. Justin Gagnon – 10

96. Bryan Gordan – 10

96. Shawn Grasse – 10

96. Bryant Greenleaf – 10

96. Chris Haney – 10

96. Curtis Harris – 10

96. Eugene Hyde – 10

96. Justin Juray – 10

96. William Kensell – 10 (youth)

96. Daryl Lamore – 10

96. Jen Lemay – 10

96. Stephen Major – 10

96. Kyleigh McDonough – 10 (youth)

96. Mark McLaughlin – 10

96. Jamie Merrill – 10

96. Scott Nevers – 10

96. Brian Oppy – 10

96. Tony Poff – 10

96. Scott Pomroy – 10

96. Nick Pulsifer – 10

96. Patrice St. Arneault – 10

96. Roger Sorrells – 10

96. Heather Sutherland – 10

96. Ryan Swett – 10

96. Aaron Thiboutot – 10

96. Alex Thurlow – 10

96. Dan Venezio – 10

96. Rick Washburn – 10

96. Dan Washington – 10

96. Chris White – 10

96. Chris Williams – 10

96. Dave Wyman – 10

96. Mat Yerkes – 10

96. T.J. York – 10

96. Tom Young – 10

Please join us for the next M.I.S.T. tournament, which will be held on March 8th, 2020 at historic Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME., home of the defending PBA Elias Cup champion Portland Lumberjacks! Details about how to sign up will be in a separate post. Thank you, and good luck on the lanes bowlers!!