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Bowden has career high game, series at Classic

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Michael Bowden, averaging 169 to open play in the Sunday Night Mixed league on April 12 at Classic Lanes, fired his top game and series scores to date while bowling with The Killers team on lanes 3-4.

Bowden shot a 661 series with a 257 game, career high scores for the right-hander. He opened his set with a 192, hammered out the 257 in game two and closed with a 212 for the hefty 661 scratch – with a borrowed ball.

With his handicap added, Bowden scored a 281 game and 733 series, tops among male bowlers for the night.

Angela Allen paced the women’s scratch scoring with a 222 game and 597 series, while Shawna Hall led the handicap scoring with a 240 game and 700 series.

The Sunday night league yielded three of the five 700 or better scores for the week at the local center. Jason Keller’s 708 led the scoring, with Cliff Whitney and Dave Gholson each posting 700-even sets. The two other 700s came from the Thursday Men’s Commercial league, a 728 by Vincent Smith and 726 by Shayne Wilson.

Laura Ballard’s 613 in the Tuesday Night Mixed led the women’s scratch series scoring for the week at Classic Lanes. She shot games of 227-175-211.

Other notable efforts for the week ending April 17 included, by league:

Sunday Night Mixed

Harold McClure narrowly missed a 700 series on April 12, firing  224-248-225 for a 697 set; Alan Roberts posted a 625 series with a 225 high game; Ralphie Harrod rolled a 200 even in her closing game; Greg Pullen hit a 655 in a 211-235-209 block; and Mike Booth hit 204-170-179 for a 553 series on a 158 average.

Shawna Hall, carrying a 150 average into the night’s action, rolled an impressive 200-181-199 set for 580 scratch and a 700 handicap series score; Brett Stovall fired a steady 203-193-200 for 596; Gerald Chaney shot a 203 game on a 154 average; Larry Stovall rolled a pair of 224 games in a 624 series; Richard Allen shot a 211 game; and Angela Allen just missed a six with 222-173-202 for 597.

Sybil Galloway closed her 530 set with a 202 game; Chad Dailey hit a 213 game; Shannon Hague rolled a 204 game; David Strain hit a 664 on games of 247-206-211; Allan Hague opened with a 223 game; Colby Pullen posted 209 and 223 games; Corey Ogle carded a 207 game; Michael Burnett fired a 223 game; and Kevin Booth posted a 216 game.

Wade Crist, sporting a 139 average, shot 177-156-196 for 529; Deborah Crist was 42 pins over average in her 182 game and went on to a 496 series; Wesley Crist, leading the pack for most improved average among the men, put a 553 on the board with a steady 186-183-184 outing; Kathy VanSickle rolled a pair of 204 games; Joy Kozeluh was 40 over average in her 190 game and added 182 and 172 for a 544 series; and David VanSickle carded a 213 game.

James Allen cranked out 213 and 205 games; and Tera Smith, averaging 140 to open play, hit a 497 with her 166-188-143 showing.

Monday Night Ladies

Pat Chaddick set the scoring pace with a 223 game and 585 series, followed by Debbie Miller with a 223 game and Shannon Hague with a 583 series. Donna Soeder posted the top handicap series of the evening, a 664. Miller ended the night’s play with a 564 scratch series.

Erika Gammill, averaging 97 to open play, closed with a solid 158 game for a 378 series; Hague’s 214 highlighted her 583 set; Mary Pettet fired a 185 game off a 131 average; Myra Crist rolled a 184 game on a 138 average; Pat Michael was over average each game with a closing 180 for 477; Tonya Moody had a 161 closing game; and Penny Shelton fired a 179 game.

Dorothy Harrison compiled a 193 game and 503 series; Eva Phillips was 40 over average in her 179 game; Betty Russell had a pair of 189 games in a 546 set; Soeder stroked games of 175-191-193 for 559 scratch series; Deonna Watkins closed with a 211 game for a 549 series; and Chaddick’s 585 came on games of 202-223-160.

Tuesday Night Mixed

While Laura Ballard was rolling her 613 series, Jason Keller, Cliff Whitney and Dave Gholson hit 700s.

Keller’s 708 came off opening games of 267 and 262; Whitney’s 700 even included 248 and 255 games; and Gholson recorded a 209-233-258 for 700 even.

Sybil Galloway posted a pair of 192 games in a 532 series; Jim Galloway had a 214 game; Becky Bowden rolled a 226 game in a 609 series; Allan Hague opened with a 236 and went on to post a 630 series; Shayne Wilson fired a 231 game; David Soeder shot a 225 game; Chuck Russell hit a 208 game; and Steve Edwards shot a 268 in game two and closed with 232 for a 686 set.

Ace Wiginton posted a 211 game; Rick Pearce had a 224 game; Justin Haggerty rolled 214 and 209 games in his 603 series; Jason Parmer opened with a 211 game; Deonna Watkins compiled a 529 scratch series with 188-179-162 games off her 151 average; Larry White opened with a 227 game and closed with 198 for a 599; Donna White fired games of 180-204-193 for 577; and Darrell Green had games of 215 and 222 in a 635 series.

Terry Douglas rolled a 200 even game; Trenis Turner, leader in the most-improved chase for men, carded a 481 series with a 181 high off his 136 average; Mike Dunahoo fired a 214 game; Richard Allen authored a 635 series in a 208-223-204 set; Larry Siegert hit a 215 game; Smitty Smith had 233 and 224 games; and Mark Smith shot 215 and 214 games in a 624 series.

Thursday Men’s Commercial

Vincent Smith and Shayne Wilson each broke the 700 mark. Smith fired 289 and 266 games in a 728 series, while Wilson shot 257-234-235 for 726. Bruce Michaelson fell one pin short of a seven with his closing 268 game for 699, while Jason Keller also just missed with a 287 game and 699 set.

Elsewhere on the lanes, Jason Parmer hit a 212 game; Darrell Green a 210 game; Ace Wiginton had a 221 game; the Trashmaster ball delivered a 265 for me in game three for a 634 series; Red Skelton carded a 236 game; Larry Stovall rolled 226 and 206 games; James Allen posted 234 and 220 games in a 644 set; and Danny Burns stroked a 667 with 203-216-248.

Kenny Turner fired 210 and 213 games and a 588 series; Tom Swingle hit 204 and 213 games; Duane Anspon recorded a 642 on games of 202-203-237; Steve Edwards also had 642 with games of 224 and 228 included; Corey Love rolled a 202 game; Phillip Coleman a 204 game; Mike Love a 211 game; Matt Parker, 214 and 226 games in a 637 set; and David Holt shot a 211 game.

Colby Pullen posted games of 220 and 217; Greg Pullen a 228 game; Darreyl Dixon a 235 game; Colby Strain a 227 game and 625 series; Dave Gholson a 648 series in a 225-218-205 block; Jason Smith, 247 game and 631 series; Neldon Smith, 671 series with 246 and 257 games; Roy Schutz, a pair of 202 games; L.T. Gaby, a 204 game; Robert Spurgeon, 221 game; Curtis Berringer, 203 game; Ronnie Wooten, 213 game; and Buddy McClendon, 202 game.

Matt Arnold had a 214 game; Turk Morgan a 651 series with 215 and 247 games included; Curtis Sewell, 671 series with games of 221-257-193 off a 169 average; Jeff Wright, 681 series in a 224-256-201 set; Randy Youngs, 225 and 204 games for 600 even; Jim Beard, 246 game; and Koy Cline, 237 and 216 games in a 618 series.

Brian Gammill rolled a 211 game; Joe Bell, 615 series with 209 and 217 games included; Glen Taylor, a pair of 225 games in a 643 series; Corey Ogle, 235 game; Michael Burnett, 265 and 219 games in a 645 set; Chad Nuss, a 247 game; Zach Howser, 216 and 220 games in a 624; Mike Nolen, a 233 game; Rodney Miller, 225-244-193 for 662; and Russ Nuss, 246 and 210 games in a 635 series.

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