David Soeder could not miss Tuesday night during mixed play, shooting games of 248, 300 and 279 for an impressive 827 scratch set.
Soeder gathered 12 strikes in a row for his first career 300 game and followed up with another 11 strikes in the third game of the session. Soeder completed the night with 31 of 36 possible strikes and 170 pins above his average for series. Shannon Hague fired her best set of the season thus far with a respectable 644 scratch series. Hague, competing on a 171 individual average, tossed three consistent games of 214, 213 and 217.
The Brownies with Nuts leadoff bowler led the team to a flawless four game victory and a two way tie for second place in the team standings. Justin Haggerty led the Super Bowl Post Bowl league this past Sunday night with his 746 three game set. Haggerty, who has been a monstrous opponent the season, booked scores of 279, 219 and 248 to help his team, The Chiefs, to a three win victory for the session.
Haggerty led his team to a three way tie in the team standings after Sunday’s competition.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Anthony Sweat, who has been MIA for some time from the lanes, decided to stop in Sunday night and prove he still has game. Sweat posted the second high set of the night with his 732 performance that included games of 269 and 264. Corey Ogle charted a 717 three game scratch series on his 211 individual average during Sunday’s mixed play. Ogle started the night hot with a solid 265 game and followed up with games of 230 and 222 to end the match 84 pins above his average for series. Shannon Hague bagged the only women’s 600 set of the night with her 605 three game scratch series. Hague rolled games of 212, 193 and 200 on her 184 average to help her team to three of four possible wins for the evening. Ralphie Harrod took advantage of Sunday night’s competition to yet again show the youngsters how to play the game. Harrod posted games of 184, 192 and 180 on her 166 average to help her team, The Falcons, to 37 wins for the season. Harrod has continuously proved week after week this season that there is not an age limit to the sport. Not only can you still have fun on the lanes at 80 plus years young but can also rack up some wins in the process. Kellie Booth had an above average night Sunday with her 524 three game set. Booth, competing on a 154 individual average, tossed games of 195, 158 and 171 to help her team, The Redskins, walk away with two wins for the session.
Monday Night Ladies
Dolls with Balls needed a productive night to stay in the hunt for first place in the second quarter of the fall season and Monday they were able to capitalize on their opponent’s mistakes. Tammy Honea, Mindy Pogue and Amy Sharp combined for a 1996 three game scratch series. Sharp led the team with a solid 577 scratch set on games of 223 and 194. Honea, with a 138 average, chalked up games of 188 and 178 to end the night 89 pins above her average for series, while Pogue contributed a 168 on her 156 average. The trio completed the match with three games in the win column and a two way tie for second place in the team standings, with position round coming up next week. Penny Shelton recorded the third high set of the night with her solid 564 scratch series. Shelton, a veteran member of the Monday Night Ladies league, shot games of 176, 193 and 195 on her 160 individual average. Pat Chaddick followed closely behind Shelton finishing the night with a 551 scratch set. Chaddick, anchor bowler for the Lake Fork Hookers, recorded scores of 180, 192 and 179 on her 164 average to help the team to three of four possible wins for the evening.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Allan Hague bagged the second high set of Tuesday’s session with his 731 three game scratch series. Hague opened the night with an impressive 227 game and proceeded with games of 279 and 225 to help his team, The Cat’s Meow, sweep their opponents all four games. Billy Painter, Classic Lanes Youth Program Director, rolled games of 249, 247 and 218 Tuesday night for a 714 scratch set. Painter, leadoff bowler for the team, finished the session 102 pins above his average for series and a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings to start the new quarter. Steve Burrow has vastly improved since the beginning of the season, this week was no exception. Burrow led his team, Brownie & Company, to three wins on his 537 scratch series. Burrow, who started the night with a 139 individual average, bowled games of 192, 166 and 179 and ended the match 120 pins above his average for series. Nick Myers tossed an extraordinary 627 three game scratch set during Tuesday’s mixed action. Myers rolled games of 187, 200 and 240 to help his team, The Newbies, take two wins for the session. Amy Sharp recorded the women’s high set of the night with her 608 scratch series. Sharp booked games of 215 and 223 to complete the match 53 pins above her average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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