Bob Biro was on his game early as the Monday Night Mixed 5-pin Bowling League got going at the Rolling Stones Fun Centre.
Biro had the men’s high single of 371, the high four-game score of 1,141 and the high average of 285.
On the ladies’ side, Arlene Mooy took the four-game high of 934 and the high average of 233, while Marg Frazer had the high single of 263.
The B.C. Hockey League has signed a new partnership deal with Pacific Coastal Airlines for the 2017-18 season.
The pact makes Pacific Coastal the preferred airline of the BCHL. Included is the creation of joint marketing efforts as well as special discounts for players, their families and fans who wish to travel to away games.
The partnership also offers convenient service to hockey scouts who travel to BCHL games to assess players during the hockey season, which runs from September to March. Many of these scouts represent Canadian and American universities offering scholarships to promising players.
BCHL officials will also be using flights to get to and from games throughout the year.
The new agreement marks the second year of partnership between the league and the airline.
The team of Thad Elder, Tom Livingstone, Chuck Clubine and Grant Olsen logged a 133 to eke out a one-shot win at the Twin Lakes Golf Resort senior men's day “1 Low Net and 1 Low Gross” event Tuesday.
Taking second place countback at 134 were Jim Marten, John Schneider, Lou Brulotte and Barry Palmer.
Settling for third place were Don Minto, Chris Redman, Mark Dodge and Alex Wilson.
Closest to the pin on No. 2 went to Red Bosscha, long putts were notched by Doug Coulter on No. 8 and Redman on No. 14.
Dave, Myles, Dick Larsen, Morris Kruger, Lou Brulotte, Lyle Lowenberger and Norm Boucher shared the deuce pot.
——— The team of Robin Greer, Ron Murphy, Bill Murray and Ron Ferrier carded a 25-under-par 115 to win by countback at the Penticton Golf and Country senior men’s day “4 Man Waltz” event Wednesday.
Kim Goheen, Mike Crowson, Mike Arnett and Ron Clarke finished with the same score but settled for second place.
——— Trish Debrisay and Lois Moore logged a score of 60 to win the first round by countback at the Penticton Golf and Country Club ladies’ Noma Partington best net two-lady team competition Tuesday.
A total of 26 players took part, with Round 2 set for next Tuesday.