Way back in the day, I used to shine brightly, with the brightest moment
being the time when I won the high average title in Coquina Juniors 2
1998-1999. I was the best bowler back then. But, now, bowlers who
are 4-8 years younger than me are taking over. It must be the equipment...
Since last year, I've had all kinds of problems getting my name on the
high scores sections of the standing sheet. Times when 200+ Games and
500+ Series would get on the sheet are, for the most part, history.
When the Youth/Adult League started, one of my goals was to bowl myself out of
obscurity. I remember being at the VERY top and then falling under. Maybe getting
myself out of this mess will help me regain some of the respect that I once had.
Now, here's what I've accomplished so far in the 2002 Youth/Adult League:
Priorities for Weekly Highs: None
Priorities for Season Highs: Game, Series, Hdcp. Game, Hdcp. Series
Ranks are for boys division
HG: High Game, HS: High Series
|Week 2||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|3rd HG, 2nd HHG, 1st HHS
|Week 3||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|Week 4||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|Week 5||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|Week 8||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|Week 9||Weekly Highs||Season High|
|Week 12||Weekly Highs||Season High|
HHG: High Hdcp. Game, HHS: High Hdcp. Series
It seems to me that more high scoring equals more respect. Can I get the
respect that I once had and now deserve?