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Bowling league report for June 17

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During the second week of summer action Tarry Davison clobbered his opponents with an above par 706 three game scratch set.  Davison, bowling on a 223 individual average, booked scores of 237, 247 and 222, leading his team to all four possible wins while competing in the Sunday Night Mixed league.  


    Shayne Wilson recorded the only 600 series of Monday night’s sport league play, shooting a 620 three game scratch set. Wilson struggled early in the session shooting a 166 for the first game of the match, but was able to get lined up and fire two stellar games of 247 and 207 earning his team four wins in the process.  

Sunday Night Mixed
    Amy Sharp led the women’s division this week with a solid 620 three game scratch series, while competing on lanes five and six.  Sharp wasted no time, charting scores of 214 and 237 to start the evening.  Sharp clinched three wins for her team, Wide Load, after finishing Sunday’s bout 53 pins above her average for series.
    Kelly Shields was near the 700 mark Sunday, posting an impressive 683 three game scratch series on his 206 individual average.  Shields did not falter all evening, bowling games of 237, 230 and 216 to help his team, Mixed Nuts, take three wins and move into second place on the team standings board.  

Monday Night Sport
    Debby Essary topped the women’s division, for the second week straight, with a notable 574 three game scratch sets, which was also the second high series overall for Monday’s mixed play.  Essary, of Paris Texas, started the match with an incredible 224 and followed up with a 181 to help her team, We Aren’t Proud, sweep their opponents.
    Bruce Michaelson was above his 177 individual average Monday night tossing scores of 181, 211 and 179 for a 571 scratch set.  Colby Pullen trailed Michaelson by only four pins after completing a 567 three game scratch set on lanes three and four.  Pullen posted one of only nine 200 games rolled Monday night, with a 220 during the second game of the event.  
    Other bowlers placing in the 200 club Monday included; Jason Keller with a 218 during the first game, Joey Davila rolling a 217, Zane Calderon with a 204, Kevin Horton shooting a 218, Justin Parmer tossing a 211 and Jason Parmer taking the high game honors of the night with a 251.
Tuesday Night Doubles
    Betty Russell recorded the women’s high set Tuesday during doubles action, with a 564 three game scratch series.  Russell was consistent the entire bout posting scores of 181, 190 and 192 to help her team, Sign Language, climb into a three way tie for sixth place in the team standings.  
    Donna Soeder carried her team, Close, to a three game victory on her 552 scratch series.  Soeder started the match slow, but after a minor adjustment was able to bag scores of 184 and 210 on her 170 individual average.  
    Lynda and Danny Weems unloaded on their competition Tuesday with scratch sets of 426 and 532.  Lynda was on target all evening, rolling games of 143, 141 and 142 on her 115 individual average.  Lynda’s husband and partner, Danny, charted scores of 192 and 203 to boost the duo into fifth place in the team standings after taking three wins Tuesday night.

Thursday Men’s Trio
    Allan Hague booked the high series of the night with his 896 four game scratch series. Hague, with a 218 individual average bowled games of 234, 248, 202 and 212 to help his team, Barney and Friends, take four of the five available wins.  
    Team REALY!! was on their “A” game Thursday night, tossing a combined 2524 scratch total pins.  Evan Tinney, leadoff bowler for the team, recorded games of 256 and 223 in an 850 four game set.  Wes Campbell nailed games of 235 and 202 on his 193 individual average, while anchorman Jason “REALY” Keller booked sores of 219, 224 and 233 in an 867 four game scratch series.  The trio managed to walk away with four wins from the session.   
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    Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

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