The ladies division of Classic Lanes took the last week of fall league competition very seriously, producing three solid 600 sets.
Shannon Hague led the women this week with an impressive 632 three game scratch series during the last night of the Super Bowl Post Bowl league. While competing on lanes fifteen and sixteen, Hague shot scores of 202, 213 and 217 to help her team, the Ravens, to a flawless victory. Hague also finished with the women’s high average, of all leagues, with a 186.92 on 78 games.
Tarry Davison tossed the men’s high set of the week with his 771 performance on Thursday night during men’s action. Davison rolled games of 279, 258 and 234 on his 229 individual average.
David Strain rolled an awesome 709 three game scratch series during Tuesday night mixed play. Strain, with a 204 average, bowled games of 204, 214 and 266 to finish the match 97 pins above his average for series.
Billy Painter booked the high series of the night with a 728 scratch set on lanes five and six. Painter, who joined the Falcons team late in the season, bagged scores of 251, 246 and 231 on his 199 average to help the team take all four possible wins for the match.
Jason Keller, anchorman for the Broncos, recorded the second high set of the session with his 700 scratch series. Keller led his team to a 93 and 51 record for the season and first place in the league overall.
Susan Shelton shot the second high women’s set of the week with her 615 scratch series. Shelton, with a 185 average, fired games of 220 and 211 to help her team, the Bears, take two wins for the match. Shelton capped the night off 60 pins above her for series.
Betty Russell rounded out the top three sets for the women’s division this week at Classic Lanes with her 601 scratch series on lanes one and two. Russell bowled games of 211 and 221 on her 186 average to help her team, the Giants, finish in fifth place for the season.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Tuesday’s mixed action proved to be a fierce and entertaining competition, with four teams duking it out for the top of the mound. Only four and half wins separated the top four teams for the season. The underdogs finished the fall season with a 96 and 48 record. Team Cat’s Meow concluded the season with a 94.5 and 49.5 record, while Brownie & Company ended the 2012-2013 fall season with a 92 and 52 winning record with team X- It just a half game behind.
Of the four teams the Cat’s Meow took top honors after an end of the season roll off last week between the quarter winners of the season. Allan Hague shot a 635 to finish the league with the third high men’s average, a 220.65. Jason Keller tossed a 700 scratch series that included a solid 279 during the second game of the match. Cathye and Bruce Michelson completed the league with averages of 158 and 211.
Rhonda Wilcox and Billy Painter guided their team, the Underdogs, to take all four wins up for grabs Tuesday night. Wilcox, with a 164 average, booked games of 194 and 181 in a 538 three game scratch set. Billy Painter mowed down his opponents with games of 247, 226 and 214 on his 206 individual average. Gary Ross chipped in with a pair of 180 games on his 176 average. The Underdogs completed the season with the league’s best record of 96 and 48 and second place in the roll off.
Shayne Wilson took his team, the King Pins, to victory with his 729 scratch set on lanes one and two Thursday night. Wilson started the night slow with a 203 but regrouped quickly to shoot games of 279 and 247 on his 229 average. Wilson and the King Pins took first place in the Men’s Commercial league for the 2012-2013 fall season.
Justin Haggerty recorded one of his most consistent nights of the season with his 705 scratch set. Haggerty, competing on a 213 average, posted scores of 235, 233 and 237 to help his team, the Haggertys, to three of four wins.
Mike Gilliland tossed the high set of the night with his 740 three game scratch series. Gilliland, no stranger to the 700 club, charted scores of 268 and 267 on his 206 average to help his team, Just Do It, take all four possible wins.
The most impressive set of the night came from rookie, A.Z. Zarco, on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Zarco, leadoff man for H & H Brand Steakhouse, boasted a miraculous 527 three game scratch set to decimate his competition. On the last night of the fall season Zarco put on a clinic, so to speak. Competing on a 126 individual average, Zarco tossed two solid games of 159 and 149 giving his team a substantial lead for the series total win with the last game left to play. During the last game of the last night of Men’s Commercial league play, Zarco, was unstoppable, tossing strike after strike, with a few spares as well, to keep a clean game. Zarco ended the night with a career high and first ever 200 game, a 219 and also ended the session an astonishing 149 pins above his average for series. Nice bowling Mr. Zarco and an impressive way to finish the league.
We look forward to many more accolades to come.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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