With the first half of the Sheridan Horseshoe League long in the books and the second half well underway, Team McKinney holds onto first place.
After finishing third in the first half, McKinney sits atop the SHL in the second half with 25.5 wins against only 14 losses. The team has amassed 5,552 points. Sitting in second is Gibbons Lawn Care, the last-place finishers from the first half. Price Heating, the team that won the first half, is in third.
Mike Milcoff won actual high game with a 95, far ahead of a second-place tie of 76. Milcoff also took the high actual series with a 254. Mitch Dwigans was second at 199, barely edging out Susan Dwigans’ 192.