Tuesday Award Winners

The people on this list are the best of the best . . . the Top Guns if you will.

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Regular Season Champions: Rick & Robb

Won the regular season with a 24-6 record.

Won the regular season with a 24-6 record.

Los Moppines came in second with a 25-5 record

Black Jesus came in third with a 22-8 record

Regulators came in fourth with a 22-8 record

2 1/2 Kittend came in fifth with a 21-9 record

 

Points Leader: Robb Jones

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Silver Knight’s Bocce Tournament Recap

The first ever Silver Knight’s bocce tournament had a lot going on. Just agreeing to play in the event got you free pizza and beer, the chance to win cash prizes, the SU football game projected onto a big movie screen (and they actually won!), and VIP tickets to the Silver Knight’s season opener (a $23 value, not counting the VIP access). Not bad for the $20 a person tournament entrance fee!

On top of all that, we raised $800 for the Syracuse Silver Knight Foundation, which is a wonderful charitable organization that helps underprivileged kids get involved with sports so they wont get involved in something bad or destructive instead.

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Week 9 Recap

Now that Turbo Bocce is in its tenth year, our records are getting extremely hard to break. Through the first eight weeks of the season a few all time records were pressed, but none of them fell. That all changed in week 9.

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The record that was up for grabs was the largest bounty prize of all time – $120. Needless to say this would be one of the most fun and profitable records to have, and Rick and Matt of Ralph Bocce-O were the two people with the chance to break it.

It took six straight weeks of the first bounty team winning to … Read More »

Turbo Bocce One-On-One Tournament Recap

After all the bocce balls had been set up and all the contestants signed in – while the brackets were being randomly selected and drawn up – there was a moment of quiet anticipation. A jersey that read ‘St. Jude Hero’ fluttered in the wind alongside a Turbo Bocce flag. The jersey was appropriately worded.

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In a very real sense everybody that attended Turbo Bocce’s first one on one tournament to determine the best bocce player in Syracuse was a hero, because every participant made a contribution to help the sick children at St. Jude’s Hospital – but having said that, everybody in attendance … Read More »