Kohlen hot at Darts Shoot

The Comox Legion Ladies Darts Shoot opened with the doubles event — a two-game modified round-robin format with the top four pairs from each group advancing to the best-of-three knockout round. The winners were Sandi Kohlen and Wendy Jackson. Mary Jubinville and Lise Gautreau were runners-up.

Doubles high score went to Jackson with a 138. High out was Kohlen with a 109. Angie Kienas shot a 180.

Singles followed, playing the best of three, no knockout round. Winners were of the sheet. First spot went to Kohlen, second to Kienas and third to Noella Ross.

Ross won high score for singles with a 140. She also scored the high out of 90.

•The Courtenay Legion Black Cats continue to lead the Comox Valley Mixed Pub Dart League with 63 points. Jackson still has ladies high score (140) and women’s high check out (88). Terry Jackson has men’s high score (171), and Brian Wilcox men’s high check out (109).

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