Shayne Wilson never missed his target Sunday night, during Super Bowl Post Bowl competition, firing a solid 796 scratch series.
Wilson, competing on a 231 average, rolled games of 277, 231 and 288 to help his team to three of four possible wins for the session. Wilson’s third game of 288 also included ten strikes in a row.
Kathleen Walker posted the only women’s 600 set bowled this week with an impressive 604 three game scratch series shot during Sunday’s mixed play. Walker led her team, The Bears, to three wins on games of 189, 206 and 209. Walker completed the match 64 pins above her average for series.
Jason Keller booked the men’s high set of the night during Tuesday’s mixed action. Keller tossed games of 245, 191 and 278 for a respectable 714 scratch series. Keller’s set was just enough to boost his team, the Cat’s Meow, into first place in the team standings.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Wes Campbell, blistered the lanes Sunday with his 682 three game scratch set. Campbell, with a 199 individual average, shot scores of 227, 221 and 234 to propel his team, the Cowboys, into a seven way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
Tarry Davison booked the second high set of the night with his outstanding 701 scratch series. Davison, with a 225 average, rolled games of 267 and 234 to help his team, the Giants, take a three win victory for the night.
Harold McClure, Davison’s teammate, charted scores of 208, 233 and 215 to complete his set 53 pins above his average for series.
Larry Stovall helped his team, the Texans, into a three way tie for fifth place in the team standings with his 638 three game scratch set. Stovall fired games of 230 and 221 on his 192 average to help the team to one win for the evening.
The Jets were ready for action, not something you would normally here from a team by that name, shooting a combined 2206 scratch set during Sunday night’s competition. Anchorman, Roger Honea, bowled games of 181, 202 and 189 on his 177 average, while Robert Spurgeon, shot a whopping 595 scratch set on his 159 average. Spurgeon tossed games of 182, 215 and 198 to finish the set 118 pins above his average for series. Honea’s wife and teammate, Tammy, chipped in on the flawless victory with a solid 192 during the last games of the session.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Nick Myers had no restraint again this week, tossing games of 235 and 226 on his 173 average. Myers, a newcomer to Classic Lanes this season, booked a 597 three game scratch series and helped his team take two wins for the evening.
Sybil Galloway and Don Gammill mowed down their opponents Tuesday night with their 579 and 583 scratch sets. Galloway claimed the women’s second high game of the night with her 235 opener and followed up with a solid 204 on her 151 average. Don Gammill, anchorman for Charlie’s Gang, rolled games of 175, 172 and 236 to lead the team to a three win victory.
David and Donna Soeder was duking it out again this week for bragging rights in the Soeder household. David, competing on a 218 average, bowled games of 246 and 224 in a 689 three game scratch set. David finished the evening 35 pins above his average for series.
Donna ultimately took home the prize, finishing the night 56 pins above her average for series, due to games of 175, 195 and 181 on her 165 average. The duo led their team, X-it, to all four wins and sole possession of eighth place in the team standings.
Thursday Men’s Commercial
Justin Haggerty led the men this week with his 738 scratch series. Haggerty was dialed in all night shooting games of 221, 299 and 218 to finish the set 99 pins above his average for series. Haggerty was the only person close to the elusive perfect game Thursday night, tossing eleven strikes in a row.
Phillip Coleman seemed to resuscitate his game Thursday night firing games of 222 and 234 in a 613 three game scratch series. Coleman, with a 183 individual average, led his team, Classic Lanes, to all four wins for the night and brought them with in two games of first place in the team standings.
Jerry A. Thompson was one of the most consistent bowlers of Thursday’s session, rolling games of 214, 213 and 212 on his 185 average. Thompson help his team, the Grey Beards, to four wins and finished the set 84 pins above his average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director of Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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