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Bowling league report for July 29

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Jason Keller led Classic Lanes league play this week with an awesome 957 four game scratch series.

  Keller, owner/operator of Classic Lawn Care, started the night just a bit off with a 193 during the first game, but was able to find his mark at the beginning of the second game and never looked back.  Keller boosted his team into a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings on his games of 269, 256 and 239 to complete the night 145 pins above his average for series.

Sunday Night Mixed
    David Strain moved his team, Hot For Teacher, to with-in one game of first place in the team standings after posting a 631 three game scratch set on lanes three and four.  Strain rolled games of 215, 202 and 214 on his 197 individual average.
     Strain’s teammate, Greg Pullen, added games of 202 and 193 on his 186 individual average to help improve the team’s overall record to 23 and 9 for the 2014 summer session, thus far.
    Kelly Shields led his team, Mixed Nuts, to a three game victory on his 632 three game scratch performance.  Shields, competing on a 216 individual average, nabbed games of 235 and 215 to catapult his team into first place in the team standings.
    Harold Stone clinched two wins for his team, Railroaded, after charting an impressive 584 three game scratch set.  Stone booked scores of 190 and 245 to complete the session 101 pins above his average for series.

Monday Night Trio
    David Strain bagged the men’s high series of the night, during Monday’s mixed play, with a 576 three game scratch set.  Strain unloaded games of 201, 182 and 193 on his 162 individual average.
    Team M.V.A. crushed their competition Monday night in route to taking the crown for the second four week period of the Monday Night Sport League and in turn guarantying them a spot in the Tournament of Champions to be held at the conclusion of the league between all three crown winners.  
    M.V.A. anchorman, Sisco Zarco, paved the way to victory for the team on his 553 three game scratch set.  Zarco stepped up to the proverbial plate this week, shooting games of 166, 163 and a whopping 224 enabling his team to take three of the four possible wins from Monday’s bout.
    Adrian Zarco chipped in on M.V.A.’s success Monday night with his scores of 136, 148 and 140 on his 135 individual average.  Juan Peralta was present to record the scores on the recap sheet and fetch the occasional drink refill for his teammates.

Tuesday Night Doubles
    Tarry Davison fired the men’s high series of the night with his 711 three game scratch set, while competing on lanes one and two.  Davison was on target all three games, shooting scores of 247, 229 and 235 to help his team, Teacher’s Pet, take all four wins from the match.
    Mike Gilliland booked the second high set of the evening with his 641 three game scratch set.  Gilliland, competing on a 199 individual average, shot scores of 200 and 256 to help his team, Rookie Status, climb into a three way tie for fifth place in the team standings.

Thursday Men’s Trio
    Shayne Wilson finished a close second, behind Jason Keller, with his 928 four game scratch effort.  Wilson, starting the night with a 224 individual average, bowled games of 238, 207, 237 and 246.  Wilson led his team, Barney & Company, to take all five possible wins for the night while moving them into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
    Colby Pullen, competing on a 182 individual average, ensured the team’s status by tossing games of 203 and 279 in an 867 four game scratch set.
    Bobby Matthews grabbed three wins for his team, Matthews & Company, on his 826 four game scratch series.  Matthews, who returned to Classic Lanes during the 2013-2014 Fall Season, charted scores of 203 and 245 enabling his team to remain tied for first place in the team standings.
    Phillip Coleman, with a 170 individual average, was above par for the evening after rolling an 811 four game scratch series.  Coleman, who has been struggling the past few weeks, shot notable scores of 195 and 194 after firing a pair of 211 games to start the set.  Coleman clinched two much needed wins for his team, T.V. Man’s Crew, after completing the session 131pins above his average for series.  
    Justin Parmer. general manager of Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

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