Published on May 9th, 2015 | by Staples Soccer0
Jack Zeldes Strikes In Octathlon
Jack Zeldes’ bowling prowess — 2 wins in 2 games, plus the most strikes and most spares — earned him 47 points in today’s Jack Scott Octathlon of Champions.
That score — the highest ever in Octo history — rockets him from 3rd place into a commanding 23-point lead. Graham Gudis drops to 2nd, while Brenden Price is 3rd.
Today’s bowling at Nutmeg Lanes in Fairfield was organized by Grant Sirlin. The next event in the 8-month competition is spikeball, organized by Gudis.
“Anything can happen in the upcoming Octos,” said head coach Dan Woog. “Anyone can win it.”
Complete standings, after 4 events: Jack Zeldes (130); Graham Gudis (107) ; Brenden Price (90); Kenji Goto (74); Josh Berman (68); Daniel Brill (65); Daniel Reid (57); Eric D’Addario (48); Aidan Wisher (42); Andres Marmelo (40); Daniel Perez Elorza (37); Max Hammer (33); Kenny Brill (31); Noah Schwaeber, Grant Sirlin (30); Matteo Broccolo, Luca Cocito, Sam Kantor (26); Ziggy Hallgarten, Teddy Lawrence (23); Shane Dasbach (13); Rees Chang (12); Spencer Daniels, Sebastian Wick (11); Nick Benjamin, Griff O’Neill, Greg Preiser (8); Stephen Rowland, Rory Steele (5); Jerrett Rende (3).