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Bowling league report for April 22

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Bruce Michaelson took the reins for The King Pins team Thursday night, shooting a 718 three game scratch series. 

Michaelson was able to post the men’s high set of the session on a pair of 225 games and an impressive 268 game.  The King Pins took four wins while moving into a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings.  

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    Colby Pullen led the men’s division Sunday night with an awesome 703 three game scratch series.  Pullen, competing on a 189 individual average, unloaded scores of 237, 253 and 213, finishing the session 136 pins above his average for series.  The Bengals/Redskins newest team member managed to boost his team into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.  
    Mindy Pogue seized the women’s high set of the evening with her 574 three game scratch performance, while competing on lanes one and two.  Pogue was consistent all night shooting a pair of 191 games and a 192 to end the match.  Pogue led her Seahawks/Titans to a four win victory.  
    Ralphie Harrod finished a close second, to Pogue, with her 562 three games scratch series.  Harrod, one of Classic Lanes more seasoned veterans, was above her 169 average all three games, posting scores of 202, 176 and 184 to help her Vikings/Colts take three wins.
Monday Night Trio
    Kevin Horton, anchorman for team Blow It Out, set the pace Monday night during trio league competition, nailing an extraordinary 750 three game scratch series.  Horton was on target all three games, recording scores of 237, 279 and 234 on his 200 individual average.  
    Horton’s teammates, Adam Thompson and Gene Shelton, chipped in on the team’s three wins rolling games of 209, 159, 180 and 209 on their individual averages of 183 and 153.  
    Denise and David Whitten put up a solid fight to take one win from their respective opponents Monday night.  Denise bowled games of 144, 143 and 184 on her 137 individual average, while David tossed two notable games of 233 and 226 to help their team, Triple D, climb into a four way tie for first place in the team standings.  
Monday Night Ladies
    Mary Crabb led her team, Shoulda’ Been, to one win on her 466 three game scratch effort.  Crabb, matriarch of the Monday Night Ladies league for many seasons, bowled games of 164, 150 and 152 to help her team into a two way tie for third place in the team standings and take a half game lead in the overall wins for the 2013-2014 Fall season with an 83 and 41 record.  
    Dawn Cerrtani was above her 166 individual average Monday night each game booking scores of 176, 124 and 118.  The R U Kidding anchor bowler led the team to take three of the four possible wins up for grabs.  
    Angel Large has been putting in numerous hours of practice while taking advantage of Wednesday night’s all you can bowl program here at Classic lanes, and this week her efforts paid off.  Large was 86 pins above her average for series after rolling games of 139, 140 and 158.  Large’s 437 scratch set enabled her team, the Unpredictables, to take two wins from Monday’s bout.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Bruce Michaelson topped the men’s high series chart Tuesday night with his 692 three game scratch set, while bowling on lanes one and two.  Michaelson shot out of the gate hot with a solid 254 game and followed up with scores of 214 and 224 to capture two and half wins for his team, The Cat’s Meow.
    Roger Honea and Gary Ross of the Underdogs swept their opponents Tuesday night taking all four possible wins on their scratch sets of 649 and 582.  Honea posted the high series for his team after bagging games of 212, 235 and 202 on his 190 individual average.  
    Gary Ross fired games of 176, 226 and 180 on his 174 individual average, help the Underdogs move into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.      
    Sisco Zarco clinched three wins for his team, the Strikers, on his 574 three game scratch performance.  Zarco shot recorded scores of 202, 189 and 183 to complete the session 70 pins above his average for series.  

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    Chris Brooks narrowly missed the 700 mark Thursday, firing a notable 699 three game scratch set.  Brooks consistently hit his target all night to shoot scores of 230, 236 and 233.  Brooks led his team to take two wins and finished 78 pins above his average for series.   
    Joey Davila finished just behind Brooks with a solid 698 three game scratch set.  Davila, leadoff bowler for The King Pins, posted games of 231 and 279 on his 202 individual average.
    Donnie Wooten posted a career high 566 three game scratch series while competing on lanes eleven and twelve during men’s competition Thursday night. Wooten, with a 147 individual average, nabbed games of 183, 222 and 161.  
    Phillip Coleman and Larry Stovall led their respective teams to split the four possible wins available during men’s league action, while competing against each other.  Coleman captured two wins for team Classic Lanes on his 689 three game scratch set.  Coleman never missed his mark, rolling games of 223, 235 and 231 to finish the match an astounding 122 pins above his average for series.  
    Larry Stovall, of The Haggertys, booked a 694 three game scratch set on his 200 individual average.  Stovall charted scores of 211, 257 and 226 enabling his team to slide into second place on the team standings board after clinching two wins from Thursday’s bout.    
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.




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