E&BC Classic Worlds Tournament 2/17/2024

A Triumphant Day at the E&BC Tournaments Bowling Event in Phoenix, AZ on a picturesque day. The E&BC Tournaments held a highly anticipated bowling event that saw competitors from all around the Phoenix locale to showcase their skills. The atmosphere was charged with excitement and camaraderie, setting the stage for a memorable tournament. One notable aspect of this tournament was the favorable Sapphire oil pattern, which played slightly easier, prompted players to strategize and adapt their approaches accordingly. The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the stellar performance of Ron Schloss, who threw the third 300 game in over 6 years of holding this tournament, and who emerged as the victor with a display of exceptional talent and precision. With each roll of the ball, Ron showcased his mastery of the sport, captivating the audience and leaving a lasting impression with his remarkable consistency. Following closely behind Ron was Lordan Ferguson, whose impressive skills earned him a well-deserved second place finish. Lordan’s determination and focus were evident throughout the tournament, as he navigated the lanes with confidence and poise, cementing his position among the top contenders. Claiming the third spot on the podium was Dave Nelson, whose stellar performance showcased his unwavering commitment to excellence. Dave’s skillful execution and strategic approach propelled him to success, solidifying his reputation as a formidable competitor in the E&BC Tournament’s world of bowling. In a testament to the fierce competition witnessed at the tournament, Mike Zornado, who led the event after qualifying in first, and Tyler McGiboney, who qualified in 5th, found them tied for fourth place with 1,468 pins with handicap, further highlighting the depth of talent among the participants. Gabriel Edgerton finished in 6th place, whose impressive performance demonstrated his dedication to the sport. Lastly, Austin Penne secured the seventh spot, showcasing his talent and resilience in the face of stiff competition. Austin's determination was evident throughout the tournament, earning him the respect and admiration of his fellow competitors. As the tournament drew to a close, the players reflected on the day's events and celebrated the spirit of sportsmanship and competition. With each roll of the ball, the participants showcased their passion for the sport and left an indelible mark on the E&BC Tournaments bowling event in Phoenix, making it a resounding success. Thank you to you all for your greatly appreciated support. We have now accumulated $238.00 that will be forwarded to the year-end event to be held in early December; and that is only through to events. With this pace, we will be looking at $1,300.00 potential added prize money for the year-end event. Reminder, to be eligible for the year-end event you must have bowled at least two events throughout the year.

Prize fund $1,781.00
Prize Fund Rollover for end of year event $243.00
Prize Fund Paid out $925.00
Prize Fund Incentive (PFI/Progressive) Paid out $330
Side Action Paid out $856