We had excellent turnout tonight at this, the 2016 New England Bowling Orienteers championship. For a little regional flavor, candlepin was included as one of the events despite its inherent absurdity. Submissions are welcome from people not in attendance provided you declare a game to count for the competition before you start.
Good times were had by all, and attendance was good - about 4x CSU Bowling's actual membership and 6x what I thought CSU Bowling's membership was yesterday. VP of Finance Izzy B brought a crew including Canadian friends Emma and Christian, and Italians Giacomo and Laura were also in attendance. The only differences between geometric and arithmetic mean scoring were swapping 2nd and 3rd place, and putting 4th and 5th place in a tie. The best actual bowler in attendance, Colin B, started to come into form after the third frame of his ten-pin game with the house ball. Unfortunately, his unfamiliarity with candlepin proved his undoing. It's unclear how well a true candlepin master like Cristina can fare in this competition.
Kudos to Izzy and Michael for bowling strikes in candlepin (wtf), and to Thomas and Colin for winning the two individual events.