Roger Honea stepped into the Super Bowl Post Bowl league last Sunday night with a 177 individual average and commenced to dismantling his competition with an extraordinary 732 three game scratch series.
Honea showed absolutely no mercy, shooting scores of 243, 233 and 256 to complete the session 201 pins above his average for series. After the dust settled, Honea and his team, the Jets, walked away with three of the four possible wins for the evening.
Amy Sharp posted a near 700 effort again this week with her 687 scratch set during Tuesday’s mixed play. Sharp boosted her team, Wide Load & Company, into sole possession of eleventh place in the team standings with her games of 267, 216 and 204 on her 182 average.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Sunday night produced two of the three 700 series shot this week during league competition. Corey Ogle tossed the second high set of the night with his 731 three game scratch set on lanes one and two. Ogle was consistent all night charting a pair of 248 games and a 235 to end the match.
Tammy Honea and Jim Beard had above average sets Sunday night during mixed league action. Honea, with a 143 average, rolled games of 169, 163 and 151 to complete the night 54 pins above her average for series.
Beard booked a 621 three game scratch set that included games of 213 and 205 on his 197 individual average.
Jason Parmer just missed the 700 mark with his 691 performance on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Parmer, a veteran of the Sunday night mixed league, started the night hot with a 243 during the first game and leveled off for scores of 226 and 222 to complete the session.
Betty Russell recorded the only women’s 600 of the night with her 610 three game scratch set. Russell bowled games of 215, 193 and 202 to help her team, the Giants, to one win and a two way tie for second place in the team standings.
David VanSickle led his team, the Ravens, to a three win victory Sunday night with his 655 scratch set on lanes fifteen and sixteen. VanSickle, competing on a 190 individual average, rolled games of 224 and 235 to catapult his team into a two way tie for eighth place in the team standings.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Donna Soeder carried her team, X-It, to victory again this week with her near 600 series. Soeder posted a solid 594 three game scratch set to help her team take all four possible wins for the evening. Competing on a 168 average, Soeder shot games of 214 and 224 to move her team into sole possession of first place in the team standings with a 24-8 record. Soeder has routinely been practicing on Thursday nights without the guys on the team she suggested the guys should probably attend next week to boost their game as well.
Tarry Davison booked the high set of the night with his 724 effort on lanes five and six. Davison shot games of 246 and 257 on his 229 average to end the night 37 pins above his average for series.
Nick Myers has been on a roll lately recording 600 after 600 and this week he kept the momentum going. Myers led his team, the Newbies, to three wins with his scores of 214, 208 and 182 for a 604 on his 176 average.
Kevin Dunnihoo and Angie Benson helped their team to a flawless night with their scratch sets of 428 and 417. Dunnihoo, with a 127 average, posted games of 144, 133 and 151 to end the match 47 pins above his average for series.
Benson, leadoff bowler for Quality Home Services, shot games of 129, 141 and 147 on her 120 average. With the duos combined effort, their team moved into a two way tie for ninth place for the final quarter of the season.
Men’s Commercial League
Duwayne Benson, anchorman for The Haggerty’s, tossed an above par 648 three game scratch set. Benson bagged games of 216 and 245 on his 196 individual average.
Roger Honea carried his momentum from Sunday night into Thursday men’s action, booking a respectable 644 scratch set one lanes nine and ten. Honea helped his team, Classic Lanes, take two wins with his games of 190 and 268 on his 182 average.
Adrian “AZ” Zarco clobbered his competition this week with his 460 three game scratch set against The King Pins on lanes five and six. AZ, leadoff man for team H & H Brand Steakhouse, shot scores of 146, 128 and an astounding 186 on his 125 individual average. AZ led his team to a three win victory and sole possession of ninth place in the team standings.
Gene Shelton shot a 521 three game scratch set that included games of 192 and 178. Shelton completed the night 71 pins above his average for series and helped move his team into seventh place in the team standings.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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