Mike Fletcher had an extraordinary night during the Sunday Super Bowl Post Bowl league this week. Fletcher, competing on a 213 average, opened the night with ten strikes in a row for a 286 and followed up with games of 206 and 267 for an impressive 759 scratch series. Fletcher led his team, The Bears, to a four game sweep and a four way tie for first place in the team standings.
Susan Shelton posted the high set for the ladies this week with her 625 scratch series. Shelton fired games of 245 and 212 on her 191 average to help her team to four wins for the evening. Shelton’s set was 52 pins above her average for series.
Jason Harvey, anchorman for the Throw Backs, booked the second high series during Thursday men’s action with his 705 scratch set. Harvey, with a 200 average, shot games of 225, 257 and 223 to lead his team to three of four possible wins.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Deborah Crist has struggled to get her game back this season but Sunday night Crist proved to be back on the right path with her 448 scratch series. Crist, with a 118 average, had a consistent night posting games of 151, 148 and 149 to end the session 94 pins above her average for series. Deborah’s husband Wes also posted a couple of respectable games rolling a 199 and a 188 to make sure the car ride home was not all about Deborah’s stats. The husband and wife duo led their team to three of four possible wins for the match.
Damon Gessman had an above average night with his 580 three game scratch set on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Gessman tossed games of 185, 195 and 200 on his 179 average to help his team, The Texans, to a three win victory.
Tammy Honea was ruthless Sunday night clobbering her competition with her 513 scratch series. Honea started the night slow with a 149, but warmed up fast firing games of 165 and 199 to finish the set. Honea, going into Sunday’s session with a 136 average, led her team to sweep their opponents all four games.
Jim Beard’s game has been hibernating as of late but Sunday Beard seemed to be fully alert charting a 674 scratch series. Beard led off with a 237 and continued to stay on target all night, producing games of 212 and 225 to round out the match. Beard ended the night 86 pins above his average for series.
Monday Night Ladies
Mother-Daughter duo Jan and Beth Painter took their team, Brownies with Nuts, to three of four possible wins Monday night with their combined 880 scratch series. Both ladies started the night with 137 averages. Jan tossed games of 158 and 165, while Beth recorded games of 166 and 150 to help the team into a two way tie for third place in the team standings.
Jill Thornton produced a 379 scratch series on her 104 average Monday night to help her team, Shoulda Been, take one win. Thornton rolled games of 106, 143 and 130 to finish the match 67 pins above her average for series.
Kay Dunahoo booked a 458 scratch series during Monday’s action to help her team, Just Trouble, sweep their competition for the evening. Dunahoo fired games of 146, 148 and 164 on her 138 average.
Rhonda Stephens rolled the high series for her team, The Lake Fork Hookers, with a 524 scratch series. Stephens recorded games of 167, 168 and 189 on her 157 average to help the team to a three win victory.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Dave Banks, anchorman for A & J Service Center, recorded his high series of the season with a respectable 607. Banks, with a 177 average, was able to chart two impressive games of 191 and 248 to help his team to four wins for the night.
Cathye Michaelson booked an awesome 555 three game scratch series Tuesday night to lead her team, The Cat’s Meow, to three of four possible wins. Michaelson noticed quickly that she was going to have to be the driving force for her team to win Tuesday night. Michaelson tossed games of 173, 192 and 190 on her 159 average. Bruce Michaelson, Allan Hague and Jason Keller, were present for moral support and the occasional pat on the back for Cathye.
Gary Ross tore his opponents apart with his 639 scratch series. Ross, competing on a 171 average, compiled games of 233, 182 and 224 to end the night 126 pins above his average for series. Ross helped his team take four wins for the night and move into sole possession of third place in the team standings.
Shannon Hague and Betty Russell posted the high women’s set of the night Tuesday with their 617 series. Hague was consistent all night firing games of 205, 203 and 209 on her 183 average. Hague helped her team, Brownie & Company, to split the four possible wins up for grabs. Russell recorded games of 236, 203 and 178 on her 177 average to help her team, The Strikers, into a five way tie for sixth place in the team standings. Russell finished the session 76 pins above her average for series.
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Allan Hague rolled the high series of the night during men’s competition Thursday with a solid 714 effort. Hague, leadoff bowler for Classic Lanes, tossed 266 and 253 on his 225 average to boost his team into sole possession of seventh place in the team standings.
Sisco Zarco, assistant manager of H and H Brand Steakhouse, tossed a 546 three game scratch set. Zarco bagged games of 180 and 210 on his 163 average and led his team to ninth place in the team standings. Zarco finished the session 57 pins above his average for series.
Dave Gholson led his team, Just Do It, to a four game sweep of their opponents Thursday night with his 686 scratch series. Gholson shot scores of 223, 217 and 246 on his 209 average. Gholson’s teammate, Lynn Mills, also had an above average night posting games of 188, 190 and 203 on his 184 average.
Ronnie Wooten led his team, Git R Done, with his 607 scratch set. Wooten, with a 180 average, booked games of 212, 204 and 191 to help the team take all four wins for the session. Wooten’s effort pushed his team into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.
Justin Parmer, Advertising Director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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