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Bowling league report for Feb. 5

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Amy Sharp posted the women’s high series this week during the Monday Night Ladies league.  Sharp fired games of 234 and 209 in the three game set to help her team, Dolls with Balls, take three of four possible wins for the session.  Sharp ended the night 69 pins above her average for series.  


    Mason Pool set the pace for the Jim Mason’s Youth league this week with his 535 scratch set.  Pool, competing on a 167 individual average, tossed games of 167, 193 and 175 to sweep his opponents for a flawless victory.  Pool is currently the top seed in the team standings with a 9 and 2 record after Saturday morning’s match.  
    Jason Keller rolled an above average 738 three game scratch set during Sunday’s mixed play.  Keller recorded scores of 249 and 279 on his 221 average to help his team, The Broncos, take three wins for the evening.

Jim Mason’s
Youth Program
    Nicky Humphrey trampled his competition Saturday morning by rolling a 216 scratch series on his 62 average.   Humphrey bagged games of 88 and 79 to lock in a four game victory and propel his team into sole possession of second place in the team standings.  
    Mason Virgel booked two games above his 146 average to help his team, Epic Bowler, to three of four possible wins.  Virgel’s 469 three game scratch set, which included games of 153 and 175, was 31 pins above his average for series.  
    Jazmine Ramirez, with an 86 individual average, rolled games of 107 and 88 Saturday morning for a 273 three game scratch set.  Ramirez’ effort was enough to lock up seventh place in the team standings after this week’s session.  

Super Bowl
Post Bowl
    Sunday proved to be the top producing night this week at Classic Lanes with four 700 series shot during the competition.  Tarry Davison bagged games of 269 and 247 on his 227 average to help his team, The Giants, to a three win victory for the night.  
    Just behind Davison was the quiet, well-mannered Justin Haggerty.  Haggerty shot a solid 714 scratch set that included games of 246 and 263.  Haggerty led his team, The Chiefs, to three wins and a two way tie for first place in the team standings.  
    Mike Fletcher made sure he made the cut Sunday night firing the fourth and final 700 of the session.  Fletcher posted games of 210, 258 and 232 to help his team, The Bears, clinch three games for the night.  Fletcher finished the match 43 pins above his average for series and led his team to a four way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
 
Tuesday Night Mixed
    Deana Hale led the ladies Tuesday night with her 580 performance.  Hale shot games of 194 and 203 on her 186 average to help her team bag three of four possible wins for the session.  Hale’s teammate, Justin Haggerty, kicked in games of 258 and 223 to ensure the wins.  
    Rachel Myers booked consistent games of 137, 132 and 138 on her 129 average to help her team, The Newbies, into sole possession of fifth place in the team standings.  
    Tina Phillips helped the Strikers to a four game sweep of their opponents Tuesday night with her 521 three game scratch effort.  Phillips tossed games of 178, 167 and 176 on her 166 average and bumped her team into a three way tie for second place in the team standings.  
    Shane Quinn, anchorman for Split Happens, helped his team coast to a three win victory Tuesday night with his 574 scratch set.  Quinn rolled games of 189, 196 and 189 to end the night 40 pins above his average for series.  
    Rhonda Wilcox led her team, The Underdogs, to a four game sweep of their opponents with her 504 scratch set.  Wilcox shot two impressive games of 196 and 199 on her 164 average to help the team to third place in the team standings.
 
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    Justin Parmer, advertising director of Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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