Scoring was down a bit at Classic Lanes during the week ending Feb. 20, but not for Sybil Galloway.
Galloway, bowling with the Easy Money team on lanes 5-6 in the Sunday Night Mixed on Feb. 15, fired her second career 600 series.
Averaging 153 to open play, Galloway strung games of 189-226-205 for a solid 620 series to lead the women’s scratch scoring. She also led the high handicap set for the evening with a 263 game and 731 series. Her first 600 came last year.
Among the men bowlers, two shooters accounted for three 700 series scores. Two came from consistent Tarry Davison, one in the Sunday Night Mixed and another in the Thursday Men’s Commercial. Allan Hague contributed the third seven of the week in the Tuesday Night Mixed league. Despite the drop in big-time scores, a number of bowlers put solid efforts in the league record books for the week. Noteworthy scores included, by league:
Sunday Night Mixed
Going into the third quarter title match on Feb. 22, six teams were within four points of the championship. No Mercy led with a record of 23-9, followed by Whistle Blowers at 22-10, Frickin 10 Pin and Shady Bunch at 21-11 and Big Dogs and III Genaerations at 20.5-11.5
Because of early deadlines, results of the Sunday Night Mixed and Monday Night Ladies leagues appear in this space a week later than those from Tuesday and Thursday leagues.
While Galloway was stroking her 620 set, Tarry Davison posted the lone 700 on Feb. 15, hitting a 739. Davison, carrying a 222 average with the Whistle Blowers team, started with 278, added a 248 and closed with a 213.
Also scoring well were Michael Bowden with a 569 series topped by a 199 game off his 168 average; Maddene Harred fired 138-132-116 for 386 after opening play with a 99 average; Becky Darden, averaging 137, had a 191 game and 486 series; Tera Smith, averaging 122, hit a 462 series with games of 144-159-159; Colby Pullen posted games of 207 and 200; Danilee Ogle had a 190 game; Corey Ogle a 224 game; and Michael Burnett recorded games of 244 and 204 in a 631 series.
Wesley Crist rolled a 201 game and 542 series; Shawna Hall authored an impressive 523 with 163-180-180 off a 149 average; Gerald Chaney went 59 pins over average in his 209 opening game and finished with a 541 series; Jim Galloway hit a 214 game; Chad Dailey rolled a 258 game and 655 set; Ace Wiginton carded a 214 game; Richard Allen a 211; and Becky Bowden a 204.
David VanSickle recorded a 233 game and 606 series; Debbie Miller rolled a 212 game; Catalina Torres went 41 pin over average in her 184 game; Alan Roberts compiled a 682 series in a 201-264-217 set; Harold McClure opened with a 246 game; Ralphie Harrod hit a 191 game and 494 series off her 165 average; Alton Attaway, averaging 149, closed with a 180 game; and Greg Pullen shot 683 on games of 244-237-202.
Shannon Hague carded a 221 game; David Strain fired 203 and 226 games in a 604 series; Allan Hague posted games of 247 and 211 in a 650 series; Tasha Crist, carrying a 116 average going in, hit games of 142-127-127 for a 396 set; and Nathan Crist rolled games of 236 and 212 in a 638 series.
Monday Night Ladies
Amanda Green led the scratch and handicap game standings on Feb. 16 with a solid 263 game, giving her a 284 including handicap. Amy Sharp rolled the top scratch series of the evening, a 571, while Velda Dodd’s 649 paced the handicap series scoring.
Cindy Butler went over her 132 average in each game with 171-147-142 for 460; Penny Shelton posted a 190 game; Pat Chaddick rolled a 200-even game in a 539 series; Debra Sutterfield compiled a 499 set in a 161-176-162 outing; Mary Crabb carded a 190 game; Cathy King posted a 197 game; Danilee Ogle, averaging 154 to open play, shot a 502 series with a 180 high and was over average each game.
Velda Dodd, averaging 138, put a 502 scratch on the board with a 188-152-162 effort for her 649 handicap total; Amanda Sims rolled a 157 game and 350 series off her 96 average; Amy Sharp’s 571 included a 204 opening game; Kelly Sutton was 30 pins over average in a 163 game; Rhonda Wilcox was over average each game, closing with a 204 for a 539 on her 160 average; Kelly Sutton, carrying a 133 average, recorded a 163 game and 447 series; and Debora Crist, averaging 131, opened with a 165 game and went on to a 439 series.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Melissa Shelton led the women’s handicap game and series scoring on Feb. 17 with 232 and 674, while Ace Wiginton posted the top scratch game score of the evening at 262, and Allan Hague powered out his 726 series on games of 257-224-245.
Smitty Smith fired games of 258 and 223 in a 644 series; Mike Gililland had a closing 245 game; Kathy VanSickle rolled a 210 game; David VanSickle shot 211 and 201 games; Jerry Thompson hit a 222 game; Terry Douglas, averaging 155, fired 195 and 201 games; and James Parmer authored a 636 on games of 201-212-223.
Rick Pearce had a 201 game; Dave Gholson fired a solid 672 on games of 226-209-237; David Soeder opened with a 221 game and went on to shoot a 631 set; Cliff Whitney hit a 237 game and 606 series; Justin Haggerty closed his set with a 208 game; Jason Parmer compiled a 666 on games of 225-231-210; Jim Galloway put a 202 game on the recap sheet; and Melissa Shelton popped games of 168-166-148 for a 482 series after opening play on a 129 average.
Betty Russell showcased a steady 193-181-180 effort for a 554 series; Chuck Russell had a 205 game; Steve Edwards opened with a 233 and closed with 216 for a 633 series; Tarry Davison shot a 224 game; Jason Keller narrowly missed a 700, cranking out games of 247 and 244 in a 694 series; and Becky Bowden recorded a 225 game.
Thursday Night Commerical
Davison rolled his second 700 of the week, a 720, to lead the series scoring while Jason Parmer fired a 278 to top the scratch game category.
Davison, averaging 227 to open play, shot games of 219-244-257 for the 720 while bowling with the Watkins team on lanes 9-10.
Keith Ethridge of the King Pins squad narrowly missed a 700 set, tossing a 692 on games of 213-233-256, bowling on lanes 11-12.
All five members of the King Pins shot 625 or better as the team posed a 3322 scratch series. Mike Fletcher led off with a 628 paced by a 234 game; Ethridge rolled his 692; Bruce Michaelson hit 675 with a 254 game included; Jason Keller shot a 642 series and Mark Smith anchored with 685 in a 227-251-207 set.
Davison also got plenty of help from his teammates for the evening as Duane Anspon contributed a 213 game, Steve Edwards rolled a 629 with a 224 high and Harold McClure posted games of 235 and 245.
Others bowling well included Joe Bell with a 200 game; Scott Ogle, 235 game; Allan Hague, 234 game, 646 series; Curtis Berringer popped a 234 game; Dwane Allen also hit a 234; Dave Gholson had games of 205 and 224 in a 624 outing; Bo Duncan had a 202 game; Jason Smith cracked a 266 in the final game for a 646 set; Neldon Smith had games of 224 and 220; and Mike Gilliland rolled a 247 game and 639 series.
Joe Freeman, who recently logged his first 300 game and 700 series, shot a 683 on games of 256-202-225; Randy Youngs had games of 205 and 214; Jim Beard carded a 219 game; Matt Arnold compiled a 266 game and 638 series; Turk Morgan hit a 216 game and 609 series; Matt Lambert hit a 201 game; Ronnie Wooten, carrying a 158 average, ripped a 601 in a 200-214-187 effort; Buddy McClendon fired a 225 game; and Doug Brann posted a 216 game.
Jason Parmer hit his league-high 278 in game two and finished with a 675 series; Jason Haggerty rolled a 224 game; James Parmer a 203 game; Darrell Green a 635 series with a steady 210-208-217; Colby Pullen fired a 235 game; Greg Pullen a 212 game and 600 series; David Strain rolled a consistent 208-214-206 block for a 626; and Charles Harred had a 224 game.
Larry Stovall shot a 214 game; Wes Crist narrowly missed a 600 series, firing 210-194-190 off a 173 average; Tom Swingle rolled games of 203 and 211; Phillip Coleman posted a 211 game; Mike Love fired a 200 even game; Matt Parker put 234 and 213 games on the recap sheet; Zach Howser hit a 205 game; Rodney Miller a 201 game; and Russ Nuss compiled a 615 in a 204-197-214 set.
Jerry C. Thompson fired a 235 game; David VanSickle carded a 221; Jim Galloway a 220; and Ace Wiginton shot 644 with a 195-224-225 set.
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