Mike Fletcher, leadoff bowler for the King Pins, dominated the Thursday Men’s Commercial league this week, with his 728 scratch series.
Fletcher rolled games of 266, 223 and 239 to help his team to three of four possible wins for the match.
David Strain continued his stroke of good luck this week with his 700 three game scratch series. Strain, with a 205 individual average, shot games of 225, 247 and 228 to complete the night 85 pins above his average for series.
Sybil Galloway, competing on a 153 average, had an outstanding night during the Super Bowl Post Bowl league, shooting a 576 scratch set. Galloway boosted her team into a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings with her games of 205, 173 and 198.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Allan Hague led the men during Post Bowl competition this week with his impressive 703 scratch series. Hague helped his team, the Patriots, to a four game sweep of their competition of the night with a pair of 238 games and a 227.
Robert Cote, a newcomer to the sport this season, tossed games of 166, 197 and 177 on his 157 average to help his team to a flawless four game victory. Carrie Shields bagged games of 155, 175 and 165 on her 134 average to help her team, the Cowboys, take three wins for the evening.
Limbering up before Sunday night competition, husband and wife duo, Kevin and Kellie Booth, led their team to a four win night with their three game sets of 591 and 492. The couple own and operate Sulphur Springs Gymnastics in the Bealls shopping center and are taking kids of all ages right now. Kevin, leadoff bowler for the Redskins, rolled games of 191 and 233 on his 183 average. Kellie booked scores of 173 and 180 on her 154 average. If you have children interested in taking part in gymnastics, please give the Booths a call.
Monday Night Ladies
Pam Parmer revived her game this week, firing a 519 three game scratch series during women’s play. Parmer shot scores of 182, 170 and 167 on her 156 individual average to help her team, Brownies with Nuts, to half of the four possible wins up for grabs.
Hazel Dawes unloaded on her competition this week shooting an extraordinary 441 scratch set Monday night. Dawes, a veteran of the Monday Night Ladies league, rolled games of 150, 121 and 170 on her 117 average to help her team, Roll On, into a two way tie for sixth place in the team standings.
Tonya Moody showed definite signs of improvement this week with her 469 three game scratch set. Moody, with a 123 average, rolled games of 155 and 212 to finish the night 100 pins above her average for series.
Leona Cerretani booked an impressive 467 scratch set that included games of 161 and 171 on her 117 average. Cerretani’s effort was enough to help her team, R U Kidding, take a three win victory for the evening.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Jason Parmer and his team, We Got Game, proved just that Tuesday night during mixed action. Parmer started the night off hot with a solid 279 game and ended the night with a respectable 237 to help the team clinch four wins for the session. Parmer’s 709 three game scratch set was also the men’s high series of the evening.
Parmer’s mother and teammate, Pam Parmer, continued her momentum from Monday night producing yet another 500 set. Pam annihilated the pins for games of 171 and 211 in a 516 three game scratch series on her 154 average. David VanSickle chipped in with a pair of 192 games and a solid 221 while James Parmer, the team’s leadoff bowler, was present for moral support.
Donna Soeder completed Tuesday night mixed play with a 529 three game scratch series, enough to claim the women’s high series of the night. Soeder posted games of 173 and 192 on her 164 average. Chuck Russell led his team to a three win victory with his scores of 243 and 218 on his 180 individual average.
Kevin Dunnihoo had a remarkable night Tuesday with his 418 scratch set. Dunnihoo, competing on a 125 average, rolled games of 166 and 135 to help his team, Quality Home Services, move into sole possession of eleventh place in the team standings.
Thursday Men’s Commercial
Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler Wes Campbell showed no mercy during men’s action this week posting a 680 three game scratch series. Campbell, with a 198 average, bowled games of 221, 202 and a whopping 257 to finish the night.
Mike Gilliland seemed to find his rhythm Thursday night firing a solid 682 scratch set on games of 222, 237 and 223. Gilliland’s teammate, Neldon Smith, finished just ahead of Gilliland with a respectable 686 scratch set. Smith rolled games of 258 and 224 on his 217 average.
Larry Stovall rounded out the night with his 674 effort. Stovall, with a 197 individual average, posted scores of 248 and 232 to help his team, the Throw Backs, to a flawless four game victory.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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