Tarry Davison annihilated his competition during the Thursday Men’s Commercial league this week with his 771 three game scratch series. Davison, who has been consistent all season, fired games of 247, 246 and 278 to lead his team to a four game sweep of their opponents. After Thursday’s session Davison reclaimed first place on the high average board with 230.07, a 1.14 lead over second place Shayne Wilson.
Competing on lanes three and four, Susan Shelton revived her game this week firing a solid 571 scratch set. Shelton tossed games of 221, 207 and 243 on her 183 individual average. The Bears went on to take all four possible wins Sunday night during the Super Bowl Post Bowl league.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Allan Hague led the men during Sunday’s mixed play with his impressive 736 three game scratch series. Hague, anchorman for the Patriots, improved with each game during the night shooting scores of 222, 235 and 279.
Garry Davison continued his improved this week rolling games of 211, 183 and 198 on his 178 individual average. The current Saltillo basketball coach helped his team into a five way tie for third place in the team standings and completed the night 58 pins above his average for series.
Kelly Shields and Harold McClure just missed the 700 mark Sunday night with their three game sets of 698 and 694. Shields, a second generation bowler at Classic Lanes, recorded scores of 216, 256 and 226 to help his team, the Cowboys, to a three win victory.
McClure helped his team, the Giants, to three wins as well with his games of 223, 257 and 204. The veteran anchorman finished the evening 84 pins above his average for series and boosted his team into third place in the team standings.
Monday Night Ladies
Dolls with Balls slaughtered their opponents during Monday night ladies action, taking all four wins up for grabs.
Tammy Honea, the team’s leadoff bowler, booked an above par 481 scratch set on games of 154, 144 and 183. Honea ended the night 67 pins above her average for series. Amy Sharp and Brandi Harvey clinched the top two high series of the night with their 570 and 556 three game scratch sets.
Sharp tossed games of 204 and 194 on her 184 average, while Harvey bagged games of 189 and 219 on her 166 average. Mindy Pogue joined in on the action, rolling scores of 169, 185 and 150 for a 504 scratch set. The women were able to claim sole possession of first place in the team standings after Monday’s performance.
Rhonda Stephens posted the third high set of the match with her 542 scratch effort on lanes nine and ten. Stephens, with a 157 individual average, charted scores of 164, 160 and a whopping 218 to cap the night off.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Dave Gholson lead the league Tuesday night with his 741 scratch series, while his teammate, Donna Soeder, booked the third high women’s set of the night with 567.
Gholson, who has been in a slump the last few weeks, shot scores of 209, 267 and 265 to complete the session 114 pins above his average for series.
Donna Soeder, who carried the team to victory last week, was comfortable in her supporting role this week firing games of 183, 207 and 177 on her 166 average. The duo help their team, X-It, take three of the four possible wins for the match and move into sole possession of first place in the team standings.
Shannon Hague led the women Tuesday night with her 638 three game scratch series. Hague produced a pair of 201 games and a solid 236 to finish the night 83 pins above her average for series. Hague led her team, Brownie & Company, to all four wins for the session.
Thursday Men’s Commercial
Mike Gilliland recorded the second high set of the night with his above average 714 three game scratch set. Gilliland, competing on lanes seven and eight, booked games of 232, 279 and 203 to help his team, Just Do It, to one win.
The standout set of the night came from Kenny Turner on lanes three and four. Turner, who has consistently averaged around 190 over the last few seasons, shot scores of 235, 234 and 225 to help his team take three wins for the match.
Classic Lanes Hall of Fame Bowler Red Skelton helped his team to a four game sweep of their opponents Thursday night with his 628 scratch set. Skelton tossed two extraordinary games of 232 and 228 on his 188 average. Skelton’s teammates, Steve Burrow and Kevin Booth, chipped in with sets of 537 and 599.
Burrow, with a 155 average, rolled games of 176, 155 and 206, while Booth fired games of 202, 215 and 182 on his 180 individual average. Mike Booth and Wes Crist were present for moral support and the occasional cheer.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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