Herb Kimpel defeated Chris Gibbons 279-222 as MAST made its return to Beaver Dam Sunday. Kimpel qualified fifth at 859, then averaged over 235 in his four match play games en route to the win, his 17th career MAST title.

Kimpel earned $561 for the win, with Gibbons taking home $310 for second. The other match play payouts Sunday were $198 for 3rd-4th, $150 for 5th-8th, and $116 for 9th-16th.

Fifty-one bowlers competed on Kegel’s 40-foot Bourbon Street oil pattern. The cut after four games of qualifying was 815. Andy Mills led qualifying at 923, before eventually falling to Kimpel in the semifinals; Mills will receive 25 bonus points in the M & J Truck and Auto Repair Points Race.

Tour co-sponsor M & J Truck and Auto Repair added $300 to the tournament prize fund for this event. TJ’s Pro Shop donated a 900 Global Honey Badger bowling ball, won by Joe Munro. Host center Tower Lanes provided a lineage discount and added four gift cards, won by Jim Janz, Tony Janz (x2), and Todd Kjell. Combined these added $707 to the tournament prize fund. MAST extends a huge Thank You to M & J Truck and Auto, TJ’s Pro Shop, and Tower Lanes for their generosity.

Complete Results

Our next event will be at Leisure Lanes in Monroe on Sunday, December 10th. We will be using Leisure’s house pattern. We hope to see you all there.

Categories: 2017-18, M.A.S.T., Results

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