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VanSickle's near 700 paces bowling report

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Kathy VanSickle flirted with a 700 series to lead the women’s scoring in league play at Classic Lanes for the week ending March 12.
She finished the night with a 673 scratch series while bowling in the Tuesday Night Mixed league on March 10 with the Bass Buddies team on lanes 3-4. Carrying a 184 average to open play, Kathy rolled a 216 in the first game, added a hefty 255 in game two, then ran into a speck of trouble in game three to close with a 202.
That set also gave her a sweep of the scratch and handicap women’s scoring for the night. She carded a 275 game and 733 series with her handicap included.
Becky Bowden also shot a 600, a 607, and several other women posted solid game or series scores during the Tuesday action.
David Strain’s 731 series in the Sunday Night Mixed on March 8 topped the men’s scoring for the week. Strain strung games of 225-247-267 while bowling with the Frickin 10 Pin team. The hefty score also came on lanes 3-4.
Other 700s fired during the week included a 722 by Matt Arnold, a 716 by Ace Wiginton and a 715 by Darryl Dixon, all posted in the Thursday Men’s Commercial on March 12.
Solid performances for the week included, by league:
Sunday Night Mixed
Angela Allen came within one stick of a 600, shooting a 599, and Chebna McClure also came close to the 600 mark with a 592. Allen took high game handicap score for the night with 240, while McClure led the handicap series chase with 658. McClure’s set included games of 216 and 210. Sybil Galloway, averaging 155 to open play, shot 171-210-168 for a 549 scratch series and 657 handicap set.
Others bowling well included Greg Pullen, 226 game, 623 series; Terry Kozeluh, 205 game; David VanSickle, 214 game; Ace Wiginton, 233 game, 636 series; Richard Allen, 210 game; Becky Bowden, 213 game; Jason Parmer, 236 and 227 games, 661 series; Shannon Hague, 230 game; and Allen Hague, 225 and 247 games, 653 series.
Also, Tarry Davison, 245 game; Alan Roberts, 212 game; Harold McClure, 227 game; Colby Pullen, 213 game; Danilee Ogle, 170-199-162 for 531 on her 158 average; Corey Ogle,  231 and 232 games for 643; Michael Burnett, 234 and 246 games, 679 series; Myra Crist, 45 pins over average in her 186 game; and Wesley Crist, 222 game.
Shane Quinn hit a 201 game; Brian Stegall, 237 game, 616 series; Anthony Sweat, 225 game; Kellie Booth, averaging 120 going in, shot 162 and 150 games for a 427 series; James Allen, 243-213-226 for 682; Larry Stovall, 256 and 214 games, 648 series; Robert Huggett, 189-222-160 for 571 on a 155 average; and Jim Galloway, 220 game.
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Monday Night Ladies
Linda Brazil rolled the high game of the night in March 9 play, a 220, while Shannon Hague carded a solid 583 for the top scratch series. Brazil’s set also gave her the week’s handicap game and series at 268 and 673. Averaging 139 to open play, she fired games of 170 and 220 for a 529 scratch.
Melva Shugart rolled a 162 game on a 127 average; Patty Morgan, a 167 game on a 134 average; Kelly Sutton, averaging 139, shot 176-164-177 for 517; Penny Shelton was 43 pins over average in a 196 game; Deonna Watkins shot 175 and 170 games; and Rhonda Wilcox had a pair of 181 games.
Dorothy Harrison, averaging 154 to open play, fired a 506 set with a 178 high game; Eva Philips rolled a 185 game off a 139 average; Debra Sutterfield shot a 193 game to anchor a 508 series; Mary Crabb was 42 over average in her opening 192 game and went on roll a 503 set; Danilee Ogle compiled a 546 on games of 190-177-179 off her 155 average; and Shannon Hague’s 583 series included a 215 closing game.
Joy Hoekstra posted games of 148 and 146 for a 407 series after opening play on a 113 average; Frankie Sims, averaging 123 going in, rolled a steady 418 on games of 138-138-142; Kathy Kirkpatrick shot a 164 game and 420 series on a 138 average; and Jean Thompson, averaging 115 at the beginning of play, hit games of 131-143-121 for a 395 series.
Tuesday Night Mixed
While Kathy VanSickle was firing her 673 series, Cliff Whitney recorded the top scratch set, a 674, and Jason Keller’s 259 paced the men’s high game scoring. Whitney’s series came on games of 215-202-258.
VanSickle’s teammates chipped in some nice scores as well, with Smitty Smith firing 217 and 230 games in a 640 series and Jason Smith adding a 673 on games of 228-236-209.
The Trashmaster came through for me again, slopping down a 619 series with a closing 234 game and the top handicap game and series for the night, 277 and 748. Don’t do the math – my average is embarrassing enough to be stamped “Classified” by the Pentagon.
Elsewhere around the league, Shannon Hague had 201 and 202 games in a 577 series; Becky Bowden’s 247 keyed a 607 series; Allan Hague rolled a 224 game; Justin Haggerty, a 215 game; Jason Parmer, 233 game and 660 series; Barbara Pearce, a 180 game on a 133 average; Rick Pearce, 213 and 212 games; and Dave Gholson, 222 game.
Also, David Soeder had a pair of 216 games in a 626 series; Terry Douglas fired a 221 game on a 156 average; Pam Parmer rolled a 183 game; James Parmer, 223 and 230 games, 640 series; Sybil Galloway shot 185 and 181 games; Jim Galloway, 214 and 213 games; Jamie Tomlinson, averaging 112, hit 397 with 131-120-146 games; and Mark Irvin had 156 and 160 games and a 442 set off a 129 average.
Others bowling well were Chuck Russell, 205 game; Tarry Davison, 233 and 234 games, 671 series; Jerry Thompson, 215 game; Ace Wiginton, 207 game; Melissa Shelton, 138-147-157 for 442 off her 131 average; Darrell Green, 205 game; and Joe Bell III, 190 game and 545 series, over his 162 average each game.
Thursday Men’s
Commercial
The third quarter title will be decided this week when Donnie Wooten Plumbing and King Pins face off in position round play on lanes 1-2. The Wooten team leads by a half-point, 26.5 to 26.
In action March 12, Matt Arnold rolled a 286 game and 722 series to lead the scratch scoring, followed by Lynn Mills with a 279 game and Ace Wiginton with a 716 set.
Also bowling well were Duane Anspon, 227 and 212 games, 601 series; Steve Edwards, 215 and 205 games; Tarry Davison, 255 and 222 games; Harold McClure, 237-224-234 for 695; Vincent Smith, 215 and 244 games, 643 series; Jeff Wright, 212 game; Joe Freeman, 203 game; Randy Youngs, 232 and 257 games, 676 series; Jim Beard, 689 series in a 224-219-246 block; and Koy Cline, 215 and 208 games.
Dwayne Allen hit a 205 game; Mike Miller, a 212 game; Jerry C. Thompson, 205 game; David VanSickle, 207 game; Wiginton’s 716, his first 700 of the current season, came on games of 247-224-245; Donnie Wooten had a 202 game and 539 series on a 155 average; Ronnie Wooten, 180-212-235 for 627; Buddy McClendon, 233 game; and Doug Brann, 209 game.
Jason Parmer had games of 231 and 214 in his 638 series; Justin Haggerty, a 232 game; Larry Stovall, 663 with games of 236-202-225; Danny Burns, 257 game, 655 series; Jonathan Stearns, 214 game, 601 series; Zach Howser, 204 game; Rodney Miller, 217-257-205 for 675; and Russ Nuss, 217 and 246 games in a 656 block.
Brian Gammill shot 202-182-233 for a 617 series; Joe Bell, 211-196-222 for 629; Scott Ogle, 207 game; Glen Taylor, 638 on games of 209-225-204; Allan Hague, 236-218-217 for 671; Kenny Turner, 218-179-180 for 577 on a 164 average; Tom Swingle, 656 with 226-247-183; Mike Love, 204 game; Keith Ethridge, 206 game; Bruce Michaelson, 225 game; Jason Keller, 235-256-208 for 699; and Mark Smith, 227 game.
Greg Pullen opened with a 237 game and went on to shoot 635; David Strain had 225 and 224 games in a 632 series; Charles Harred hit a 205 game; Darreyl Dixon’s 715 came on a 245-224-246 set; Dave Gholson had 214 and 236 games in a 636 set; Bo Duncan, 234 game, 635 series; Jason Smith, 204 game; and Neldon Smith, 225 and 222 games, 637 series.
Also, Lynn Mills fired his 279 in the opening game and went on to a 607 series; Matt Arnold’s 722 included 286 and 246 games; Turk Morgan shot a 267 game and 638 series; Wes Campbell had a 203 game; and Colby Strain rolled a 221 game.
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