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Bowling league report for June 24

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Juan Peralta dominated his opponents Thursday night with a staggering 852 four game scratch set, enough to claim the high series of the evening.

     Peralta, in his sophomore season at Classic Lanes, captured three much needed wins for his team, Tierra Del Sol, to remain in first place on the team standings board.  Games of 238, 235 and 223 on his 196 individual average improved his team’s record to 12 and 3 after three weeks of competition.  
    Other notable scores for the week ending June 19th include:

Sunday Night Mixed
    Corey Ogle led his team, Classic Lanes, to four wins Sunday after compiling a 625 three game scratch set.  Ogle, starting the night with a 207 individual average, fired games of 211 and 226 to boost his team into second place in the team standings and just one game out of first.  
    Carrie Shields helped her team, Hot For Teacher, to a flawless victory Sunday night with her scores of 205 and 172 in a 504 three game scratch set.  Shields teammates, David Strain and Greg Pullen added games of 222, 216, 172, 167 and 165 on their individual averages of 208 and 156.  
    Karen Gray snatched four wins for her team, Got Robbed, while competing on lanes five and six Sunday night.  Gray’s 547 scratch set was the women’s high set of the session and included scores of 190 and 189 on her 152 individual average.  

Monday Night Sport
    Jason Parmer topped the men’s division Monday with his impressive 593 three game scratch effort.  Parmer struggled during the first game of the bout tossing a 156 to start the set, but after an equipment change and finding a different mark on the lane Parmer closed the series with scores of 209 and 228.  Parmer clinched four wins for his team, Oh Shnnnit!, catapulting them into a three way tie for fifth place in the team standings.  
    Bobby Mathews, leadoff bowler for Mathews & Company, snuck into first place Monday night after a four game sweep of their opponents.  Mathews was above par all night posting scores of 174, 176 and 190 on his 171 individual average.  
    Debby Essary and her team, We Aren’t Proud, sit just one game behind Mathews and Company.  Essary led the ladies’ division again this week with her 583 three game scratch performance.  Essary charted scores of 199 and 214 to keep her team in second place with a valid shot at taking the first place crown in next week’s position round.
Tuesday Mixed Doubles
    Tarry Davison rolled the high series Tuesday night after nabbing a 676 three game scratch set on lanes three and four.  Davison booked scores of 217, 215 and 244, enabling him to hold on to third place in the team standings.  
    Betty Russell, competing on a 177 individual average, was on target all evening with scores of 198, 178 and 185.  Russell’s teammate, David VanSickle, added scores of 225 and 201 to help the take two wins from the match.  
    Rhonda Stephens bagged four wins for her team, Ice It, on her 555 three game scratch set.  Stephens shot scores of 186 and 217 on her 169 average, boosting her team into third place on the team standings board.  

Thursday Men’s Trio
    Steve Edwards and Bobby Mathews posted matching 824 four game scratch sets during Thursday’s trio action.  Edwards, who started the summer session uncharacteristically slow, decimated his opponents with games of 193, 234, 209 and 188 on his 176 individual average.  
    Greg Pullen, who took two seasons off from the sport, started to get his game back Thursday charting scores of 191, 222 and 233.  Pullen finished the night 105 pins above his average for series and moved his team, Barney & Friends, into a two way tie for third place in the team standings.  
    Duwayne Benson just missed the 800 club Thursday with a respectable 797 three game scratch set.  Benson led his team, The Haggertys, to take three wins on his scores of 226, 205 and 196.  Benson’s teammate, Mark Miller, pitched in with an amazing 278 during the final game of the session.  Justin Haggerty, the team’s leadoff bowler, rolled games of 220, 203 and 223 in a solid 792 four game scratch set.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes submitted this report.




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