Monday marked the beginning of the new Monday Night Summer Sport league that bowls on three of the professional oil patterns used in the Professional Bowlers Association. The league is broken into three four week periods where a different shot is bowled on for each four week period.
This week bowlers started on the short oil Cheetah pattern.
Armin Ayers led the league with his 572 three game scratch set, while competing on lanes three and four. Ayers set a 190 individual average, enough to garner high average after one week of competition.
Sunday Mixed League
David Strain posted the men’s high series during Sunday’s mixed play, with his 657 three game scratch effort. Strain led his team to three win on his games of 235 and 248.
Allan Hague led his team, The Newbies, to take two wins on his scores of 234 and 215. Hague’s teammates, Tommy Davis and Amy Sharp, rolled games of 158, 159 and 200 on their respective averages of 147 and 189.
Shane Quinn snatched two for his team, the Looney Pins, after compiling a 613 three game scratch series. Quinn rolled scores of 182, 246 and 185 on his 179 individual average.
Team Mixed Nuts fought hard to take two wins, competing against Quinn. Kelly Shields, the team’s anchorman, set the pace with a solid 612 three game scratch series that included games of 222 and 210. Alan Roberts nabbed a 222 on his 201 individual average.
Shannon Hague led the women’s division Sunday night with her 550 three game scratch set. Hague, bowling on a 182 individual average, booked scores of 201 and 191 to help her team claim three wins from the match.
Monday Sport Shot
Bruce Michaelson took runner-up honors Monday with his 533 three game scratch series. Michaelson set a 177 individual average after posting scores of 212, 140 and 181. Michaelson averaged 210 or better on two different league throughout the 2013-2014 Fall session, just to give an illustration at how difficult the professional oil patterns are compared to regular house oil patterns.
Debby Essary led the women Monday night with her 522 three game scratch set on lanes one and two. Essary progressed with each game rolling scores of 145, 168 and 209 to help her team, We Aren’t Proud, to three of the four possible wins for the session. Essary was the only female competitor to break the 500 mark during Monday night’s competition.
Jason Keller rounded out the top three, in the men’s division, with his 526 three scratch set. Keller grabbed one win for his team on his games of 170, 193 and 163.
Tuesday Mixed Doubles
Tarry Davison charted the men’s high series Tuesday night during mixed doubles competition, with his 629 three game scratch set. Davison started the night slow but was able to find his mark toward the end of the night and fire games of 202 and 256 to help his team capture three wins.
David Whitten posted an awesome 584 three game scratch set to help his team, Cold As Ice, take all four possible wins. Whitten tossed two stellar games of 206 and 214 on his 190 individual average. Whitten’s teammate and wife, Denise, added scores of 188 and 154 on her 137 individual average.
Jason Keller clinched the high series of the night during Thursday men’s trio action, with an 875 four game scratch set. Keller struggled the first game of the night but was able to get focused and finish the night strong with scores of 235, 226 and 228.
Mike Gilliland grabbed two wins for his team, Yay!! Dave, on his 832 four game scratch set. Gilliland placed second on the men’s high series list for the week after shooting scores of 203, 236 and 222.
Justin Parmer rolled the third high series of the night with an 823 three game scratch set that included a 253 score during the final game of the match.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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