Weeks 14 and 15 are playoff weeks for the 4 conference leaders. They are also tournament weeks for everyone else (including the playoff teams). The tournaments are separate from one another. You can enter one and not the other or you can enter both. Regular full roster teams can enter. Subs can be used to build a team. The sub MUST have bowled in our league as a sub this year, or, be a regular roster member from another team in our league. Teams cannot 'switch' players. At least 1 player from the team must be a regular roster player of that team.
Everyone pays the regular bowling fee of $12.00 for the 3 games PLUS an additional $5.00 per person for the tournament entry fee. The league will kick in an additional $225.00 to the prize fund for each tournament ($150.00 for 1st and $75.00 for 2nd).
If all 24 teams enter the tournament, the winner will take home first place money calculated for each tournament as follows...
# of bowlers times $3.50 plus $150.00. With 24 teams that amounts to $402.00.
The runner-up prize money is calculated for each tournament as follows...
# of bowlers times $1.50 plus $75.00. With 32 teams, that amounts to $183.00.
The winner will be the team that scores the highest total pins plus handicap for the 3 games. The runner-up will be the 2nd highest total pins plus handicap for the 3 games. Handicaps from Week 10 will be used to keep the sandbaggers at bay.
It's a lot of fun. The more, the merrier.
Softball America Off-Season Bowling League
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Tournament - There will be a second envelope for the $15 entry fee. PLEASE fill out the team and bowler's names. I need to know exactly who's bowling to properly handicap. Give it to me as soon as possible. Handle the regular envelope the same as every week. When you're finished bowling please fill out the scoresheets and give them to me, don't bring them to the front desk. Even if you bowled like crap, hand in the scores. You never know. New(er) laptop this year,I don't expect this one to crash. I'll do my best to get everyone out of there. More is merrier. Good luck.