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Yantis basketball teams split recent contests.
Jason Keller led his team, Smurf & Company, to take three points Tuesday night with a solid 748 three game scratch set. Keller, starting the night with a 227 individual average, nabbed games of 279 and 268, boosting the team into eighth place in the team standings.
Rhonda Stephens had an above par evening Tuesday night, charting an impressive 634 scratch set. Stephens led the ladies division this week after booking games of 190 and 267. Stephens’s effort improved her individual average to 176.08, enough to claim third on the women’s high average board, in the Tuesday Night Mixed league.
Other notable scores for the week ending Dec.11, include by league:
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Tarry Davison led the Super Bowl Post Bowl league with his 752 three game scratch set, while competing on lanes three and four. Davison, who has been on fire as of late, nabbed scores of 247, 248 and 257 to help his Bengals/Falcons team take all four points up for grabs in Sunday’s session.
Davison’s teammate, Alan Roberts, pitched in on the team’s success with his scores of 227 and 267 in a 699 scratch set. Colby Pullen added scores of 224 and 245 while Shannon Hague tossed a 205 to start the evening.
David Whitten captured one point for his Colts/Vikings on a solid 652 scratch performance. Whitten, anchorman for the team, finished the bout an 88 pins above his average for series after recording games of 219, 222 and 211.
Corey Ogle posted the third 700 set of the evening, with his 707 scratch contribution to the Packers/Titans team. Ogle improved with each game as the night progressed, shooting scores of 211, 229 and 267.
Jason Keller fired the second high set of Sunday’s match play, rolling a 718 three game scratch series. Keller started the night slow amassing only 195 total pins in 10 frames. After regrouping, Keller was unstoppable bowling games of 266 and 257 to help his 49ers/Browns team take three points and move into a six way tie for fourth place on the team standings board.
Monday Night Ladies
Kay Dunahoo posted the third high set of Monday Night Ladies competition this week, rolling a 476 three-game scratch set on lanes one and two. Dunahoo led Just Trouble to a three point victory on games of 154, 158 and 164.
The Lips & Company team decimated their opponents with a combined 2396 total handicap series. Leadoff bowler, Angel Large shot games of 134 and 149 on her 120 individual average to help set the pace for the team. Deborah Crist was above her 121 average each game bowling scores of 144, 135 and 151. Myra “Lips” Crist followed suit with games of 150, 139 and 151 while Valinda Stephenson booked an outstanding 191 game leading the foursome to take three of the four points available from Monday’s bout.
Kathleen Bailey clinched two points for the R U Kidding team on her 450 three game scratch series. Bailey, with a 130 average, bagged games of 166, 147 and 137 to record her best set of the season thus far.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Allan Hague, leadoff bowler for Biggin’ & Company, rolled the second high series of the evening with his 700 three game scratch effort posted on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Hague seized two points after shooting scores of 268, 215 and 217 on his 212 individual average.
Nick Myers, team captain for team Dangerous, put up a fierce fight against team Biggin’ & Company rolling a 674 set. Myers came out swinging with two monstrous games of 255 and 234 to help his team split the four points available from the event. David Whitten, Myers co-pilot in Tuesday’s mission, added games of 205 and 28 to insure the team victory.
Craig McBrayer posted yet another solid set this week during Tuesday’s mixed play, 625 total pins. McBrayer, who has been on a hot streak, post knee surgery and rehabilitation, nabbed two stellar games of 246 and 212 on a 181 individual average.
Pam Parmer captured three points for her Changing Lanes team after rolling a 575 three game scratch set. Parmer thrust the team into fifth place on her scores of 174, 202 and 199.
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Shayne Wilson secured the high series of the night after bowling games of 264 and 218. Wilson’s 697 led his King Pins team to take one point from the match as well.
Davin Catlin, anchorman for the Classic Lanes team, has quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with, after firing another 680 plus set. Catlin’s 682 series included games of 233 and 235, clinching three points for the team and moving them into a two way tie for first place in the team standings with the King Pins. Catlin also led Classic Lanes to the first quarter crown, after nine weeks of competition, and a spot in the end of season tournament of champions.
Chris Hood claimed three points for the Who Cares team on his 678 three game scratch series. Hood’s games of 235 and 252 were enough to boost him into third place on the men’s high average board, with a 219.47.
Justin Parmer, general manager at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.