Mixed Pool League season ends

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Submitted by Liz Voorhies

Libby’s Wednesday night Mixed Pool League has come to a close.

Our season started in October and went until mid-January. Our end of the season tournament was on Jan. 21 at the Pastime where Chuck Haywood and Vanna Blevins dominated. The teams this season consisted of two from the Pastime, two from the Mint, two from the American Legion, and one from the VFW. The two Mint teams took the two league trophies. Mint one won the league with 76 wins, and Mint two won the most beer frames beating out the Pastime one team by one game. Cory Voorhies was the only player in the league this year to have a break and run.

We look forward to another season in the fall.

Watch for information on how you can join this league.

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