No Maximum Ball Spot
There has been a lot of confusion concerning how many balls a team can spot another team. There is no maximum number of balls that a team can spot another team.
Your Team has a BYE if you are to play Eight Up
8 Up is no longer playing. If you are scheduled to play the, treat it as a bye week. No envelope, scoresheet, or monies need to be turned in.
Forfeits or Re-scheduling a Match
If you know your team is going to forfeit a match, please call the captain of the other team or Jeff Brooks 539-8430.
Spelling of Names
Please check the spelling of you name on the player stat sheets. If it is misspelled, please make a note of the correct spelling on your scoresheet. The spelling in the computer will be used for trophies and ACS player registration.
Use Current Averages for Players with 15 Games Played
Just a quick reminder, teams should use their player’s starting averages located in each team’s Captains packet. A player’s starting averages will be used for 5 weeks (15 games) of actual play. Starting a player’s 6th week of play, until the end of the season, the player’s average in the weekly player stats are used.
ERO’s and 8-Ball on the Break
If a player gets 2 or more ERO’s in a match, please write the number of ero’s on the scoresheet. If you write an “X” in the ERO box, you will only get credit for 1 ERO.
EROs: John Doyle, Krunch Time; Angel Martinez, Krunch Time; Sal Bordonaro, 8 Ball Hustlers; Steve Warden, Eagle I; Jeff Grant,8 Ball Kickers; MikeWilson, Old Guys Rule.
8BBs: Bob Newcomer, 8 Ball Hustlers; Bill Pierpont, Break Time.