The I-5 Showdown – It’s a Wrap.

First, Thank you very much for embracing the crazy idea we had. I have heard mostly good feedback and I’m excited to see this crazy thing happen again.

Top 8 Teams (out of round 1):

I-5 Certified vs. Heavy Hittas
Make it Happen vs. Bigger Than Rainier
Southern Sushi vs. Hold Your Horse
The Real OC vs. Monster Squad

Top 4 Teams:

I-5 Certified  vs. Bigger Than Rainier
Hold Your Horse vs. The Real OC

Top 2 Teams:

Championship Match: The Real OC vs. I-5 Certified

Congratulations to The I-5 Showdown Champion:

The Real OC (Oregon)

 

Finally, As determined by number of individual point wins.

Washington is the overall Points Winner – Final Score:
Washington: 99.5 Points
Oregon: 66.5 Points

Hey Seattle, We Challenge You to a Duel!

The Bridgetown Invitational Tournament is issuing the following challenge: Oregon vs. Washington bowlers – On May 19th, 2018 — We’ll see you in Centralia!

Questions should be directed to: Nick –  bitbowlpdx(at)gmail.com

Registration Status: Registration is NOW CLOSED. 

 

Welcome to the I-5 Showdown!

The I-5 Showdown will pit 16 teams representing their respective regions (Oregon vs. Washington) in a head-to-head, elimination format. To the victor goes the spoils!

This event will be held on May 19th,  in Centralia, Washington at Fairway lanes!

With a maximum 16, four-person, teams (8 from each side) this event is sure to sell out quickly. We know you’ll want to be a part of this inaugural competition!

Rules and format can be found here: https://bitbowl.org/the-i-5-showdown-rules/

Registration can be found here: https://bitbowl.org/the-i-5-showdown-registration/

Bridgetown Donation to Friends of Trees

Hello Bowlers and Friends!

Now that we’ve wrapped up our 2017-2018 fiscal year for the tournament, we have been able to determine our donation to our 2017-2018 charity partner, Friends of Trees.  We presented Friends of Trees with a check for $1,000.

Friends of Trees is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Their mission: to inspire community stewardship of our urban forest by bringing people together to plant and care for urban trees and natural areas.

For more information about Friends of Trees, please check our their website: http://www.friendsoftrees.org/

Stay Tuned – We have determined our 2018-2019 charity partner and will be annoucing that soon!