Corey Ogle topped the pile during Sunday’s Super Bowl Post Bowl league with his 743 three game scratch set.
Ogle, competing on a 211 individual average, tossed games of 255, 264 and 224 to complete the match 110 pins above his average for series.
Debbie Miller posted the women’s high set during Sunday’s mixed action, firing a solid 590 scratch set. Miller recorded scores of 299 and 233, on her 169 average, to help her team, the 49ers, to a three win victory for the evening.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Tarry Davison rolled an above par 708 three game scratch set Sunday night helping his team, the Giants, sweep all four games for the session. Davison shot games of 235 and 267 to finish the night 33 pins above his average for series.
Damion Shields led his team, the Cowboys, to three of four wins with his impressive 549 scratch set. Shields, a third generation bowler at Classic Lanes, started the nigh hot with a 213 and followed up with scores of 157 and 179 to complete the match 75 pins above his average for series.
Mike Booth and Billy Painter led their team, the Falcons, to a perfect night with three game scratch sets of 545 and 632. Booth tossed games of 194, 185 and 166 on his 166 individual average, while Painter bagged games of 225 and 214 on his 206 average. The duos combined effort propelled the team into sole possession of first place in the team standings.
Monday Night Ladies
Amy Sharp led the ladies this week with her 591 three game scratch performance. Sharp, anchor bowler for Dolls with Balls, booked scores of 213 and 200 to help her team take two wins for the set. Sharp’s teammate, Brandi Harvey, pitched in with games of 211, 171 and 193 on her 164 average. Harvey’s effort was enough to claim second high series of the night.
Rachel Myers led her team to half of the four possible wins during Monday night ladies action. Myers tossed games of 189, 141 and 139 to end the night 79 pins above her average for series.
Two lanes over from Myers, Kay Dunahoo demolished her competition with her 494 three game scratch set. Dunahoo, with a 141 average, rolled games of 150, 148 and 196 to help her team, Just Trouble, to all four wins.
Mother-Daughter duo, Margret Hyde and Leona Cerretani, took team, R U Kidding, to a flawless victory with her 417 scratch series. Hyde bowled games of 155, 121 and 141 to complete the evening 69 pins above her average for series. Following her mother’s lead, Cerretani, shot scores of 153 and 136 on her 119 individual average.
Diane Snyder took her team, Minds in da Gutter, to third place in the team standings after her 484 scratch effort Monday night. Snyder, anchor bowler for the team, proved she could handle the pressure of the anchor position shooting scores of 141, 181 and 162 on her 135 average.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Tuesday night was an intense session of bowling with the conclusion of the third quarter of the season and one of the coveted positions in the year end roll off up for grabs.
Dave Gholson found Tuesday’s match to be the prime opportunity to take his struggling game of life support shooting a solid 719 three game scratch series. Gholson, who has been in a bit of a slump as of late, led his team to two wins on scores of 219, 265 and 235. Gholson’s set was the men’s second high series of the night.
Claiming first place in the third quarter of the 36 week fall season was the Cat’s Meow with their combined 2373 scratch series. Anchorman Corey Ogle was on target all night firing games of 215, 237 and 200, while the team’s patriarch, Bruce Michaelson, rolled games of 235 and 236 to help seal the deal.
Second place for the quarter was the Underdogs with a 25 and 11 record just one game shy of first place. Leadoff bowler, Rhonda Wilcox, booked games of 179 and 196 on her 164 average to set the tone for her team. Fellow teammate, Gary Ross, chipped in with games of 224 and 194, while anchorman Tarry Davison, boasted a 749 three game scratch set that included games of 255 and 258.
Team We Got Game proved just that, taking three of four wins from their competition on their combined 2367 scratch set. James Parmer bagged games of 224 and 211 on his 191 average, while wife and teammate Pam Parmer shot a pair of 156 games and a 178. Jason Parmer carried the team to victory on his 679 three game scratch set. Parmer fired games of 223 and 255 on his 210 average, enough to help Parmer regain seventh place on the men’s high average list for Tuesday night. David VanSickle was present as the team’s official team mascot and cheer leader.
Charlie’s Gang jumped from sixth place in the team standings into a two way tie for third place after their combined 2044 three game scratch effort. Jim Galloway led the team with his 601 scratch series that included games of 214 and 198 on his 171 individual average. Sybil Galloway rolled games of 187 and 176 to complete the evening 51 pins above her average for series. Anchorman Don Gammill stayed steady with his 528 three game contribution on games of 179 and 188.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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