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Bowling league report for July 9

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Monday night set the stage for Amy Sharp to chart a new house record for the women’s high series.   

    Sharp was unstoppable all night posting scores of 258, 255 and 256 for an astonishing 769 scratch set.  
    Sharp led her team, Batteries Not Included, to three wins and completed the night 217 pins above her average for series.  
    Justin Haggerty led the men this week with his solid 726 three game scratch series on lanes one and two during the Tuesday Night Doubles league.
 Haggerty rolled games of 257, 268 and 201 to help his team into sole possession of second place in the team standings.  
Sunday Night Mixed
    Kevin Horton, team captain of Horton Hears a Strike, led his team to a three win victory with his games of 196, 240 and 226 on his 190 average.  Horton completed the night 92 pins above his average for series, with his 662 scratch set.    
    Brian Stegall booked an above average 555 set on his 168 individual average.  Stegall, an avid bowler, tossed games of 175, 211 and 169 to help his team take three wins.  
    The Outlaws rolled a combined 2208 scratch series, enabling them to climb into fifth place in the team standings.  Teammates Roger Honea and Scott Ogle led the team to one win.  Honea bagged games of 213, 215 and 212 on his 193 average, while Ogle nabbed games of 269 and 203 on his 192 average.  
    The Shady Bunch demolished their competition Sunday night, charting a 2657 combined scratch score.  Shawna Hall, team captain and leadoff bowler, bowled an impressive 523 scratch set.  Hall fired games of 180, 170 and 173 on her 147 average.  
    Bill Henson, with a 164 average, tossed a 574 scratch set that included games of 212 and 184.  Damon Gessman got in on the action posting games of 192, 180 and 167 on his 151 individual average.  Anchorman, Larry Stovall, chipped in with a solid 205 during the second game of the match.  
Monday Night Trio
    The Underdogs took three of the four possible wins Monday Night, thanks to Chuck Russell’s 623 three game scratch set.  Russell, a seasoned veteran of the game, shot scores of 193, 224 and 206 to complete the session 83 pins above his average for series.  
    Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Red Skelton, rolled an intense 652 scratch series on lanes five and six.  Skelton, with a 206 individual average, bowled games of 234 and 248 to lead his team, Hot for Teacher, to three wins and a three way tie for second place in the team standings.  

Tuesday Night Doubles
    Allan Hague posted the second high men’s set of the night with his 700 three game scratch series.  Hague rolled exceptional games of 262 and 228 on his 222 average to help his team take three wins.  
    Sky Is the Limit duo, Amy Sharp and Bruce Michaelson, recorded a combined 1273 three game scratch series.  Sharp booked scores of 198, 194 and 211, while Michaelson rolled games of 258, 210 and 202 to help the pair to a flawless victory.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.




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