Black Cats continue to lead darts league

  • Jan. 15, 2018 12:30 p.m.

As of Jan. 9, the Courtenay Legion Black Cats continue to lead the Comox Valley Mixed Pub Dart League with 33 points. Courtenay Legion #3 is second with 32 points. The Courtenay Legion Beer Pigs and Courtenay Legion D.A.’s each have 24 points for a share of third spot. Elks #1 has 21 points, Comox Legion Breakaways have 20 points, Courtenay Legion FunGi’s have 19, the Griffin Gang and Elks #2 have 15 and the Griffin Game of Throws have scored 13 points.

Shane Dennis still has men’s high score with 156, and Wendy Jackson ladies high score with 140. Brian Wilcox has men’s high check out with 109, and Jackson women’s high check out with 88.

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