Congratulations to Rick Thomas on winning his 12th MAST title. Thomas defeated Chris Gibbons in the title match, 214 to 174, to win $511. Gibbons received $281 for second place. Fifty-five bowlers competed on the USBC blue pattern. The shot proved to be challenging as it took a score of 803 or better to make the top 16 and advance to survivor finals. Nick Heilman led qualifying with 907. Heilman […]

Congratulations to Don Dudley on winning his first MAST title! In an exciting final match that came down to the 10th frame, Dudley defeated Jim Montgomery, 228 to 224. Dudley and Montgomery won $552 and $303, respectively. The tournament drew 64 bowlers who competed on the house shot. After four games of qualifying, it took a score of 947 or better to advance to qualifying. Jeff Prein led qualifying with […]

Derek Eoff and Gail Myers Jr. are MAST doubles champions for the 3rd consecutive time! They defeated Dan Swenson and Herb Kimpel, 414 to 379, in the title match. The duo won both double tournaments, Lake Ripley Lanes and Middleton Sport Bowl, during the 2013-14 season. Eoff and Myers Jr. won a total of$640 and Swenson and Kimpel received $338 for second place. Twenty-Four teams competed on the WTA London […]

Congratulations to Andy Mills on winning his second MAST title. Mills defeated Kevin Punzel in the title match, 225 to 186, to win $550. Mills also bet on himself to win which earned him another $80. Punzel took home $302 for second place. Sixty-two bowlers competed on the house shot at Village Lanes. A score of 909 or better was required to qualify and advance to match play. Don Dudley […]

The first tournament of the 27th season of MAST was held at Badger Bowl. In a recorded final match, to be aired at a later date on Time Warner Cable, Kevin Thompson won his 5th MAST title! This title comes almost to the date, 10 years after his last title, which was won at Lake Ripley Lanes in September 2004. Thompson defeated Tony Oliva in the title match, 216 to […]

MAST Schedule 2014-2015 In Split Doubles tournaments, partners bowl on opposite squads. Challenge points tournaments are USBC Blue and USBC Open conditions. Survivor finals for Badger Bowl, Leisure Lanes, Viking Lanes, and Bowl-A-Vard events. MAST Survivor Finals Format Rules In tournaments with 49 or more entrants, the top sixteen qualifiers will advance to the survivor segment of the tournament. After a single game, the field is cut to the top […]

Congratulations to Joey Kick for winning the MAST year end tournament!  This is Kick’s 5th MAST title and his second year end title.  Kick defeated Mike Hoffman in the final match, 259 to 238, to earn $1000.  Hoffman received $800 as runner-up.  Before meeting Hoffman in the title match, Kick defeated Chris Pounders 246 to 202 in the first step ladder match.  He then went on to take out 2nd […]

Congratulations to Danial Carlson on winning his first MAST title!  Carlson defeated Carter Theis with an impressive 296 to 245 in the title match.  This was the only honor score bowled during the tournament.  Carlson received $453 for the win and Theis, $249 for second place (3rd-4th $164, 5th-8th $124, 9th-16th $99). The tournament was contested on the USBC Singles/Doubles Open Shot.  Fifty-two bowlers competed who will all receive 25 […]

Congratulations to Andy Mills on winning his first MAST title.  Mills defeated Greg Thomas in the title match, 223 to 216, to win $493. Thomas received $271 for second place.  Additionally, Mills earned another $220 for betting on himself to win. Fifty-seven bowlers competed on the USBC Open shot and will receive 25 bonus points for the challenge pattern.  The cut to advance out of qualifying was 819 and 16 […]

Congratulations to Dal Geitz on winning his 3rd MAST title!  Geitz defeated Jay Heinzleman in the title match, 266 to 204, to earn $376.  Heinzelman received $200 for second place (3rd-4th $155, 5th-8th $120, 9th-12th $99). The tournament drew 39 bowlers and the top 12 bowlers, scoring 909 or better, advanced to match play.  Heinzelman led qualifying with an impressive 1060 (276, 279, 247, 258), which included an 802 for […]