Betty Russell set the lanes on fire during doubles competition this past Tuesday.
Russell, who has been practicing two to three times a week since the summer began, rolled an awesome 661 three game scratch series. Russell, with a 184 average, booked scores of 228, 221 and 212 to end the session 109 pins above her average for series. Russell’s effort propelled her team, D&B, to second place in the team standings for the first six week period of the Tuesday’s summer season.
Tarry Davison shot an outstanding 759 three game scratch series to put his team, The Underdogs, into a four way tie for first place for the first position round of the summer season. Davison rolled games of 279, 256 and 224 forcing a one game roll off with three other teams after Monday night’s regular session. Davison led his team to three wins and a 14 and 10 record for the first six week split of the summer.
Sunday Night Mixed
Allan Hague posted the high series of the night with his solid 717 three game scratch set on lanes one and two. Hague helped his team take fourth place in the team standings for the first six week period of the summer season. Hague rolled games of 235, 277 and 205.
Jesse McFarland booked an outstanding 526 scratch series to help his team, Horton Hears a Strike, into a two way tie for second place in the team standings. McFarland, a newcomer to the sport this summer, nailed games of 200 and 202 on his 151 individual average.
Tammy Honea led her team, The Honea Ogles, to a four game sweep of their opponents Sunday night with her 499 scratch set. Honea charted impressive scores of 168, 173 and 158 to complete the night 40 pins above her average for series.
Monday Night Trio
Monday night proved to be a nail biter this week with four teams in contention for first place after the night’s regular bowling session.
Allan Hague posted a solid 732 three game scratch set Monday night to set the pace for his team, Hey!!!! Allan. Hague was consistent all night charting scores of 243, 255 and 234 to help his team to a three win victory over their opponents making them the second team in the one game roll off to see who would take top prize for the first six week period of the summer season.
Billy Painter and James Parmer of team, Three P’s, confiscated one game after Monday’s action with their 635 and 603 three game scratch series. Painter, with a 203 average, tossed an exceptional 276 during the second game of the match. Parmer bagged games of 209 and 210 on his 197 average to help their team get into the four way tie for the roll off.
The last trio to be included in Monday night’s shootout was team Batteries Not Included.
Leadoff bowler, Justin Haggerty, racked up 232 pins the first game and followed up with another 239 pins in the second game of the session. Haggerty’s 671 scratch set led his team to a flawless victory for the evening.
In spite of all four teams carrying over their momentum form the three games of regulation, it was team, Hey!!!! Allan taking home first place for the first half of the summer session.
Tuesday Night Doubles
Bruce Michaelson just missed the 700 mark this week with his 697 three game scratch set on lanes one and two during Tuesday’s mixed action. Michaelson was above par all evening shooting games of 219, 236 and 242 on his 217 individual average.
Tarry Davison posted the high set of the night with his 707 scratch performance. Davison, fresh off his Singles Championship in the men’s state bowling competition, charted scores of 237, 247 and 223 to help his team into a two way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
Amy Austin continued her domination of Doubles competition again this week with her solid 518 three game scratch set. Austin recorded scores of 179 and 203 on her 141 individual average to lead her team, Brand New, to a three win victory.
Thursday Men’s Commercial
Jason Parmer led his team, Been Framed, to a flawless five win victory Thursday night with a spectacular 921 four game set. Parmer, competing on a 214 average, started the night somewhat slow with a 202 in the first game, but was able to close out the night with consistent games of 242, 231 and 246.
Bruce Michaelson led the men this week with a stunning 972 four game scratch set. Michaelson disappointed with his performance Tuesday night in leaving three pins on the lanes and missing 700, started the night hot with games of 277, 228 and 255 to compile an outstanding 760 series with another game remaining for the match. Michaelson held steady, knocking down 212 pins the final game of the match, to end the session 112 pins above his average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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