Black Cats lead Comox Valley Mixed Pub Dart League

  • Nov. 27, 2017 12:30 p.m.

The Courtenay Legion Black Cats remain atop the Comox Valley Mixed Pub Dart League with 69 points.

As of Nov. 21, the Courtenay Legion D.A.’s are second with 59 points, Courtenay Legion #3 has 57 points, the Courtenay Legion FunGi’s have 51, the Comox Legion Breakaways have 46, the Comox Legion Beer Pigs have 44, Elks #2 has 34, the Griffin Gang 30, Elks #1 has 28 and the Griffin Game of Throws have 23.

Don Parsons had men’s high score with 140, Sandi Kohlen and Cindy Greenhill each tossed a 133 to share the ladies high score, and Brian Wilcox won men’s high check out with 109.

Women’s high out is Jenny Nyland, whose 106 will stand until another beats it.

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