Donna Soeder has been delegated the role of team savior the last few remaining weeks of the Tuesday Night Mixed league.
Soeder has put on a show the last three sessions, shooting 595, 567 and a whopping 663 this week. Competing on lanes eleven and twelve, Soeder fired games of 256, 212 and 195 on her 167 average to help her team claim four wins for the match. With Soeder’s outstanding performance, team X-It was able to pull ahead in the standing by two wins with an 18 and 2 record.
Jason Parmer has had a monster four week period, rolling five 700 series in the last nine outings. Parmer did not disappoint this week tossing a solid 740 three game scratch set during the Super Bowl Post Bowl league.
Parmer lead his team to a four game sweep of their opponents with his scores of 246, 266 and 228 on his 211 average.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Darreyl Dixon helped his team, the Cardinals, to a three win victory Sunday night with his 695 three game scratch set. Dixon, a seasoned veteran at Classic Lanes, tossed games of 279 and 245 to end the session 125 pins above his average for series.
Harold McClure barely edged out Dixon with a 698 scratch series. McClure bagged scores of 255 and 245 on his 201 average to help his team, the Giants, into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.
The Chargers demolished their competition with a combined 2306 scratch series. Jim Galloway, the team’s leadoff bowler, rolled games of 215 and 202 on his 175 average, while his wife, Sybil Galloway, booked a 192 in the first game of the night. Megan Parmer bowled an impressive 507 three game scratch set, that included games of 177 and 184 on her 156 average. The team’s effort was enough to boost them into a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Jason Parmer and Allan Hague had a fierce battle for the men’s high series Tuesday night with both gentleman rolling stellar games. Parmer squeaked by for the top prize with a mere one pin victory over Hague, shooting a 713 three game scratch series. Parmer started the night slow, opening with a 209 but collected his composure quickly bowling games of 225 and 279 to end the match 83 pins above his average for series.
Hague, who was consistent all night, charted scores of 257, 228 and 227 to end the night with a solid 712 scratch series. Hague helped his team, The Cat’s Meow, take two wins and move into a two way tie for third place in the team standings.
Jim Galloway set the pace for his team, Charlie’s Gang, tossing a 653 three game scratch set Tuesday night. Galloway, competing on a 174 average, posted scores of 197, 265 and 191 to end the match 131 pins above his average for series.
The King Pins took no mercy on their opponents this week, shooting a combined scratch total of 3422. Dewayne Roach is a vital asset to the team, taking on the role of the sixth man similar to basketball’s sixth man, stepped in this week to fill a void in the team’s roster and proceeded to fire a solid 721 scratch series. Roach charted scores of 220, 245 and 256 on his 214 individual average.
Jason Keller bagged games of 259 and 279 in his impressive 731 three game scratch set. Shayne Wilson, the team’s anchorman, chipped in with a 713 scratch set on games of 223, 258 and 232. The trio lead their team to a four game sweep of the competition for the night and jumped to within one win of first place in the team standings.
Allan Hague coasted to a four win night with his pair of 258 games and his 246 at the end of the night. Hague’s 762 set was 108 pins above his average for series.
Ace Wiginton posted the sixth high set of Thursday’s session with his 682 three game scratch series on lanes seven and eight. Wiginton, a patriarch of the Men’s Commercial League, rolled games of 218, 246 and 218 on his 186 average. Wiginton’s solid effort helped his team, The Grey Beards, take four wins for the evening.
This report was submitted by Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes.
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