I can't remember the last time I saw the Movements win a game. Monday night was no exception. The best we could do was tie the team named after a pizza franchise in Game 2. Because of this, we have a decimal attached to our record. It's just an ugly thing. 15.5 wins? What the hell?
Anyway, the Caesars came into the night with a handicap 100 pins greater than ours. That means that if we both bowled our averages, we would have won by ten pins. On top of this, they were missing a bowler, so we actually had a 20 pin advantage per game. Yet, we got our ass kicked. I must sound like a broken record. What happened in brief is that they bowled very well and we bowled poorly, all of us.
Only Gingis Khan crested his average for the night. I only recorded six strikes for the series. Daniele went 2 of 21 on spare chances in part due to eight splits, but he also led the team with a dozen X's. As a team, we left 17 of 27 single pin chances untouched. It was ugly. Maybe, just maybe, with the loss of the cursed towel, we will turn things around next week. K-Terk has been a welcome addition for the last three weeks, but for the first time in a month, next Monday, the Movements should once again be unified. We need some wins because we are doing our best to go from first to worst at a mind boggling pace.
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