Ronnie Wooten was unstoppable Thursday night during men’s trio action.
Wooten, competing on a 199 individual average, rolled an impressive 955 four game scratch set. Bowling on lanes one and two, Wooten posted scores of 299, 245 and 223 to help his team, Git-R-Done, take four of the five possible wins.
Monday Night Trio
James Allen bagged a solid 633 three game scratch set on his 163 average Monday night. Allen, who has been absent from the game for the past two seasons, charted scores of 194, 216 and 223 to complete the match 144 pins above his average for series.
Allen’s teammate, Steve Burrow, chipped in with games of 170 and 187 on his 155 average to help the duo team take all four possible wins.
Betty Russell, leadoff bowler for the Underdogs, rolled a 584 three game scratch set that included games of 206 and 205. Russell’s 206 game and 584 series were each the women’s high scores for the session.
Russell’s teammate, Tarry Davison, tossed a solid 680 scratch set to help his team to a three win victory. Davison bowled games of 263 and 227 to help his team move into a four way tie for third place in the team standings.
Tuesday Night Doubles
Lonnie and Amy Austin demolished their competition again this week shooting a combined scratch total of 1,457 pins on lanes five and six. The duo are relatively new to the sport, but have been dedicating many hours of practice to improve their skills from week to week. Lonnie tossed games of 184 and 201 on his 149 average, while Amy booked scores of 157, 153 and 160 to complete the evening 116 pins above her average for series.
Amy Sharp recorded the women’s high set of the night with her 602 three game scratch series. Sharp was on target all night, posting games of 188, 192 and 222 on her 184 individual average.
Sharp’s teammate, Justin Haggerty, compiled an awesome 701 three game scratch set on his 209 average. Haggerty rolled two impressive games of 269 and 233 to help the pair take all four possible wins for the evening.
Thursday Men’s Trio
Doug Tatman has been on fire lately, setting the pace week after week during men’s competition. Tatman tossed games of 237, 224 and 257 to increase his average to a whopping 235 after four weeks of men’s action.
Ace Wiginton rolled his highest set of the summer session thus far with his 938 four game scratch series. Wiginton, with a 201 average, racked up games of 234, 278, 201 and 225 to lead his team to a four win victory for the match.
Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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