Shelly Cobb voiced her opinion last week and she was right on target with an 8-2 record, good enough for the best tally on the panel.
But despite her nice week, teammate David Bice spoiled the air with a 4-6 record.
That opened the door for the TV crew, who really didn’t move further ahead of the radio team. Dickie Chang and Marlene Matutino led the way with 6-4 records, followed by Bruce Smalling at 5-5.
For The Garden Island, if not for Shanna Pollard, it would’ve been a disastrous week.
Her 7-3 showing was the second best record of the week. Both Paul C. Curtis and I didn’t particularly care for last week, but we’ll have to look ahead to catch up.
Chang still holds on to the top individual record at 73-37, followed by Wiley and Smalling.
Pollard is still at the bottom of the barrel, but her good showing last week moved her closer to the surface.
This week’s games are a bit tricky, so we’ll see some movement throughout the panel, hopefully in the right direction for some of us!
- Duane Shimogawa Jr., sports editor, may be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 257) or email@example.com