Shayne Wilson led his team, the Bears, to a four-game victory during Sunday night’s match play, with his 755 three game scratch series.
Wilson, with a 233 average, charted scores of 267, 232 and 256 for the session. Wilson completed the night 56 pins above his average for series.
Rhonda Stephens dominated her competition Monday night, firing a 582 scratch set on lanes seven and eight. Stephens started the night slow with a 169 for the first game of the session. Stephens quickly found her mark and followed up with scores of 202 and 211 on her 155 average.
Mindy Pogue posted the women’s high set of Sunday’s competition with her solid 591 effort. Pogue hammered her opponents with games of 192, 186 and 213 to give her team, the Browns, three of the four possible wins for the evening.
Colby Pullen led his team, the Broncos, to a three win victory with his 641 three game scratch series. Pullen, at age 20 is one of the youngest bowlers in league competition at Classic Lanes, shot games of 204, 222 and 215 to end the match 41 pins above his average for series.
Darreyl Dixon tossed an above par set during Sunday’s mixed play with his 643 three game scratch series. Dixon, with a 189 individual average, rolled games of 215, 193 and 235 to help his team, the Cardinals, to a flawless victory.
The Saints brought their “A” game Sunday night posting a combined 2012 scratch series. Red Skelton led the team with his 644 scratch series that included games of 243 and 205. Myra Crist bowled games of 147 and 172 on her 136 average, while her son Wes Crist booked games of 200 and 180 to end the night 42 pins above his average for series. Deborah Crist tossed a 165 during the second game of the set, on her 126 individual average.
Monday Night Ladies
Pam Parmer posted the second high set of the night with her 528 three game scratch series. Parmer led her team, Brownies with Nuts, to four wins with games of 234 and 169 on her 154 average. Jan Painter, the teams anchor bowler, pitched in with a 170 during the second game of the match.
Minds in da Gutter took three of the four possible wins Monday night with a combined 1612 scratch series. Diane Snyder led the team with her 465 scratch set on games of 146 and 182. Amy Austin rolled games of 129 and 157 on her 116 average. Carrie Robinson and Debbie Morgan bagged games of 134, 141, 133 and 131 on their averages of 114 and 93.
Tammy Honea and Mindy Pogue led their team, Dolls with Balls, to three wins with their sets of 440 and 496. Honea, with a 138 average, recorded scores of 167 and 146, while Pogue shot games of 164 and 187 on her 146 average.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Jason Parmer led the Tuesday night mixed league this week with his 709 scratch performance. Parmer, who has been uncharacteristically consistent as of late, posted games of 246, 221 and 242 on his 209 average.
Corey Ogle finished just behind Parmer with a solid 704 three game scratch set. Ogle charted scores of 214, 232 and 258 on his 203 average and helped his team, The Cat’s Meow, to three wins in the process.
Donna Soeder led her team, X-It, to a four win night with her 595 three game scratch set. Soeder noticed right away she was going to have to carry her team Tuesday night. Competing on lanes thirteen and fourteen, Soeder tossed games of 200, 204 and 191 on her 165 average. Soeder’s effort was the women’s high series of the week and high of the night. Lynn Mills, Dave Gholson and Hubby, David Soeder, were present to take notes and fill out the recap sheet.
Shannon Hague followed close behind Soeder with a 581 three game scratch series. Hague, competing on a 184 average, booked games of 203 and 200 to help her team climb into a four way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
This report was submitted by Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes.
|< Prev||Next >|