Cathy King led her team to a three win victory Monday night on games of 213, 194 and 203. King’s set was the high of the night and her highest series of the season thus far. King completed the session 172 pins above her average for series and catapulted her team, Shoulda Been, into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.
Shayne Wilson posted the high series of the week with his 754 three game scratch set during the Thursday night league. Wilson and his team, the King Pins, took three of the four possible wins due to his games of 239, 258 and 257. Wilson’s effort Thursday night was enough to boost him back into first place on the high average board with an impressive 229.25 average, just .14 pins ahead of Tarry Davison.
Jason Parmer booked the second high 700 series shot this week at Classic Lanes while competing on Sunday night. Parmer bulldozed his competition with scores of 244, 256 and 247. The Chargers anchorman led the team to a flawless victory and sole possession of third place in the team standings.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Neldon Smith and Steve Burrow led their team, the Browns, to four wins Sunday night with their scores of 700 and 542. The team has battled through some roster changes and other setbacks this season, but in the last few weeks the team has really amped up their game. Smith, a seasoned veteran at Classic Lanes, posted games of 247, 217 and 236, while Burrow added games of 206 and 177 on his 146 individual average. The duo helped their team climb into second place in the team standings. With the fifth position round of the season next week, the Browns have a valid shot at claiming first place and one of the coveted spots in the end of the season roll off.
Mike Fletcher recorded the fourth high set of the night with his 706 three game scratch series. Fletcher, with a 220 average, bagged games of 233, 248 and 225 to help his team take four wins for the evening.
Jason Keller took the bronze Sunday night for his 728 three game scratch set. Keller, who has struggled with his game as of late, tossed three consistent games of 247, 245 and 236 to help his team take two wins for the match.
Allan Hague bagged the second high set of the night with his 731 scratch effort on lanes 15 and 16. Hague rolled games of 218, 268 and 245 to boost his team, the Patriots, into a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
Monday Night Ladies
Amy Austin led her team, Minds in da Gutter, sole possession of third place in the team standings after her 451 scratch performance during ladies action. Austin, with a 115 average, booked games of 164 and 191 to help her team to one win for the session. Austin finished the evening 106 pins above her average for series.
Carrie Robinson, Austin’s teammate, bowled games of 140, 130 and 137 on her 113 individual average.
Rachel Myers continued her above average scoring this week producing games of 173 and 159 in a 456 three game scratch set. Myers ended the match 54 pins above her average for series and helped her team to three wins in the process.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Mike Gilliland fired an impressive 738 three game scratch set during mixed play Tuesday night. Gilliland, no stranger to the 700 club, tossed games of 231, 280 and 227 to help his team to three of the four possible wins up for grabs. Gilliland’s 280 shot during the second game of the set included 10 strikes in a row.
Just behind Gilliland was Jason Keller with a solid 731 scratch series. Keller managed to claim the fourth and fifth high sets out of the thirteen 700 series that were recorded this week at Classic Lanes. There must have been a really easy shot on the lanes this week. Keller bagged games of 258, 238 and 235 on his 223 average to help his team take two wins for the match.
Dave Gholson nailed a 718 three game scratch series that included games of 258 and 235 on his 208 average. Gholson completed the night 94 pins above his average for series and propelled his team, X-It, into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
Thursday Men’s Commercial
Noticing the trend early in the week, Harold McClure decided to jump on the wagon and fire his own 700 set during the Men’s Commercial league Thursday night. McClure improved with each game of the set shooting scores of 224, 226 and 259 to help his team take two wins for the evening. McClure’s 709 set was 124 pins above his average for series.
Allan Hague, continuing his momentum from Sunday night, rolled a 714 three game scratch set during men’s action Thursday night. Hague booked games of 244 and 279 to help his team take a three win victory.
Teammates, Dewayne Roach and Bruce Michaelson, rounded out the top scores of the week with their sets of 705 and 700. Roach knocked down 256 pins to start the night and followed up with games of 245 and 204. Michaelson, determined to keep up with his younger counterpart, charted scores of 227, 215 and 258 to end the night 70 pins above his average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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