Well, if there were any questions as to how Ricky spent his “off-skeeson”, I think his performance last week answered all of those. He must have spent 3-4 nights a week practicing on the lanes, because he absolutely tore it up in his sophomore debut last week. A 395 with 15 hundos got him into second place on the High Rollers list….behind the living legend Rowdy Roddy.
And to top it off, his squad now sits a mere 3 points out of first place. When captain West Weemhoff was reached for comment, he said “Listen, I know all the talking heads and media “experts” are going to rag on me for being the captain of the squad, but not rolling like it. But what they don’t realize is that sometimes the captain needs to take a backseat and let the young guns showcase their stuff. Last week was one of those times. I know Ricky has the skills and I wanted the world to see that. Between me, him, and Jason, I’m pretty much guaranteeing a Chalice to our fans. You heard it here first: SkeeWee Herman will take home the Chalice in Skeeson XVII.”
We also caught up with Ricky briefly as he was departing the tanning salon the other day and asked him if he thought West would ever be able to catch him in the individual rankings this skeeson. He looked at us with a sideways glance, pushed the microphone away and said “That’s a clown question, bro.”
So there you have it folks, keep an eye on SkeeWee Herman as all three of them chase their first Champions Chalice this skeeson!