3/19/11 (Season 6)
TJ & Dan finish first for the second time this season
With a record of 11-5 and one perfect game, TJ Burns & Dan Klavoon ended Week 10 in first place. This was the second time this season that both TJ and Dan got paired up, taking first place both times. This also marks Dan's third 1st place finish this season.
This was without a doubt the most evenly matched games all season. Only 5 wins separated the 7 competing teams, with last place still getting 6 wins. In addition, there were two pairs of teams that tied in record; two teams at 8-8 and two at 7-9. Head-to-head record determined better overall placement for the week.
Other teams with perfect games in Week 10 were Eric Klavoon & Tim Klavoon and Scott Silverman & Kim Daugherty. Overall, Eric leads this category with 20 perfect games on the season, followed by Dan (13), Josh Greenauer (12), Bob Greenauer (11), and Dana Misenheimer (10).
For the third time this season, Josh plays in a whopping 10 overtime games on the night. In doing so, he passes Phil Schneider's record of 57 overtime games played in a single season with 64. Two others are now up to 57 overtime games played, namely Dan and Bob G. Dan is just two overtime wins away from the most in one season (currently at 36 overtime wins).
Week 10 featured the most instant wins in one night this season. Three instant wins were thrown in league play, with two of them coming in dramatic fashion. In an overtime game against Bob Greenauer & Bob Bowers, it came down to one throw. Bob & Bob scored 4 points in overtime. Dana did not get any points on Josh's first throw and needed an instant win. Sure enough, Dana shot an instant win through the slot to win the game. Surprisingly, this wouldn't be the only one on the night. Not too much later, a similar situation was set up in a game between Eric & Tim and Bob & Bob. Eric & Tim had closed out and Bob & Bob needed an instant win. The first throw missed. The second throw by Bob Greenauer went right into the slot to secure the comeback victory. Now that's KanJam at its best! In addition, LeeAnn Greenauer tossed an instant win in a game against Josh & Dana.
The longest game of the night took place between LeeAnn Greenauer & Adam Williams and Josh & Dana. Their third and final game of the series went 5 overtime rounds, before LeeAnn & Adam eventually won. In another epic battle, Eric & Tim and Josh & Dana threw a double perfect game in their final game of the night. Both teams went perfect in round one of overtime; Eric & Tim barely won the game in round two, 6 to 5.
With just one week left, it all comes down to a battle of the Klavoon brothers for the League title. Eric still leads overall, but Dan narrowed his lead to 7 points by placing first in Week 10. It should make for a fun and competitive final night in Week 11. Both Eric and Dan have managed at least 100 or more wins overall in all 6 seasons of the league. Bob Greenauer, currently in third place, needs just 7 wins to reach 100 for this season. Others within reach of this milestone are Josh Greenauer (needs 15 wins in the final week) and Adam Williams (needs a perfect 16-0 in final week). Adam closes in on Bob G, trailing Bob for 3rd place by just 5 points. Josh and Phil stay at 5th and 6th, but are certainly within reach of each other. Other top 10 players are LeeAnn (7th, 107 points), TJ (8th, 106 points), Tim (9th, 100 points), and Scott (10th, 99 points). Check out the Overall Standings page for a full list of players and standings.
|Place||Team||Total Points||Placement Points||Games Played||W||L||Winning %||Instant Wins||Perfect Games||OT Games||OT Wins||OT Losses|
|1||Dan Klavoon & TJ Burns||18||7||16||11||5||0.688||0||1||5||3||2|
|2||LeeAnn Greenauer & Adam Williams||15||6||16||9||7||0.563||1||0||6||5||1|
|3||Eric Klavoon & Tim Klavoon||13||5||16||8||8||0.500||0||1||8||4||4|
|4||Scott Silverman & Kim Daugherty||12||4||16||8||8||0.500||0||1||4||2||2|
|5||Josh Greenauer & Dana Misenheimer||10||3||16||7||9||0.438||1||0||10||3||7|
|6||Bob Greenauer & Bob Bowers||9||2||16||7||9||0.438||1||0||9||3||6|
|7||Phil Schneider & Alex Reinecke||7||1||16||6||10||0.375||0||0||6||4||2|