Black Cats take lead in mixed darts

  • Oct. 11, 2017 11:30 a.m.

The Courtenay Legion Black Cats have taken over top spot in the Comox Valley Mixed Pub Dart League with 34 points.

As of Oct. 10, Courtenay Legion #3 has 29 points, the Courtenay Legion D.A.’s 27, the Comox Legion Breakaways 23, the Courtenay Legion FunGi’s 22, Elks #2 22, the Comox Legion Beer Pigs 21, Elks #1 19, the Griffin Gang 17 and the Griffin Game of Throws 11.

Terry Jackson had men’s high score with 171, Sue Steuart led the ladies with a score of 147, Derek Arnold won men’s high check out with 103 and Denise Lefrancois scored 127 to take the women’s high check out.

Sean Ferguson and Pam Waterfield-Sanstrum beat Stu Dunn and Chris Pearce in the best of five final 3-1 at the open mixed doubles tournament Oct. 7 at the Comox Legion. Third place went to Roy White and Angie Pagani over Richard Hilton and (novice) Bonnie Bergeron. Ladies high out (36) and high score (140) was taken by Kellie Watt. Men’s high out was a perfect 170 by White, while his brother Mike got a high score of 152.

Next up is the branch playoffs Friday, Oct. 20 and Saturday, Oct. 21, open to all branch and L.A. paid up members.

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