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Youth League
Fall Season - 2014/2015 Dart Year
STANDINGS THRU 12/13/14                                                 Week #4

 23 Total Members      34.43 League 01 Average       7 Equal/Better Than Average       16 Below Average

Note: Players will combine and will draw for partners each week instead of having permanent teams.  This will ease the burden of team mates who have partners that cannot show up to play because of other commitments or activities.
Individual Stats will be shown in the Division 1 & Division 2 Personal Stats below, the High In and High Out to Date and the High # of Outs to Date.
Even though the League is divided into 2 divisions, the placement in the divisions is not an indication of ability. The divisions are set up to allow our Stats Software to function properly.

This Week's Mystery Out was 49
Elicia Henry hit the Mystery Out
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Division 1 Personal Stats High In & High Out to Date
High # of Outs to Date
Division 2 Personal Stats Sorted Players 01 Averages
Perfect Shots to Date
  Score Sheets that you filled out


Current High League 01 Average
Brian T. Henry Jr - 44.14
High 01 Averages for the Night
Brian T. Henry Jr - 44.14
James Lakatosh - 42.47
Elicia Henry - 32.59
Max Brown - 31.8
Makenzie Benning - 29
High % Above Own Average for the Night
James Lakatosh - 17.42%
Brian T. Henry Jr - .01%

Great Shots Tonight

Elicia Henry - 76
Makenzie Benning - 99
Brian T. Henry Jr - 76/83/79
Brian T Henry Jr - *** 6 Mark ***
James Lakatosh - 87/79
Max Brown - *** 7 Mark ***
Frank Benning - 82/114

Please use only BLACK pens or pencils when filling out your score sheets. Some Fax machines or scanners do not pick up the other colors good and I can't see what you've written down.

If you make a mistake on your score sheets please don't over write the number. Draw a line thru the incorrect number and write down the correct number next to it.  Many times I can't tell what the correct number is when you keep writing over the wrong one trying to correct it.  This is especially true when you Fax your sheets because the Fax just takes a picture of the page in Black & White.