Jason Keller posted the high series of the night during Monday’s trio action.
Keller’s 769 three game scratch set led his team, Disney World, to three wins and a three way tie for first place in the team standings. Keller finished the night 112 pins above his average for series on games of 246, 247 and 276.
Zane Calderon cured his rookie jitters this week tossing an exceptional 754 four game scratch series on lanes nine and ten while competing in the Thursday Men’s Trio league. Calderon, with a 134 average, charted games of 156, 172, 202 and 224 to end the night a whopping 218 pins above his average for series. Calderon’s series was enough to boost his team into a three way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
Sunday Night Mixed
Allan Hague led the men Sunday night with his 714 the game scratch series. Hague tossed games of 248 and 243 on his 237 average to help his team, Y.B. & the Clean Up Crew, take three wins.
Hague’s teammate, Amy Sharp, charted the women’s high set with her 611 effort on lanes five and six. Sharp, with a 188 individual average, booked games of 247 and 192.
Buddy McClendon had an all-star night with his 588 performance on his 153 average. McClendon, who has been in a slump as of late, bagged two solid games of 212 and 211 to help his team to a flawless victory.
Shelly Ogle produced a season high 511 three game scratch set during Sunday’s mixed play. Ogle posted scores of 171, 180 and 160 to complete the set 79 pins above her average for series.
Tuesday Night Doubles
Amy Sharp recorded the women’s high set of the week with her 649 effort Tuesday night. Sharp, competing on a 203 average, rolled games of 224, 223 and 202 to lead her team, Batteries Not Included, to three of the four possible wins for the evening.
Jason Keller nabbed the men’s high set of the night with his 685 three game scratch series. Keller bowled games of 238 and 242 to help his team, Poor Roger, take three wins.
Keller’s teammate, Tammy Honea, pitched in with games of 160 and 157 on her 151 individual average. The team was able to climb into second place in the team standings after the duos effort Tuesday night.
Thursday Men’s Trio
Jason Harvey led his team, Who Cares, to a four game victory Thursday night with his 849 scratch set on lanes three and four. Harvey charted scores of 200, 198, 216 and 235 to end the session 93 pins above his average for series.
Mark Miller climbed out of his rut this week tossing an impressive 782 four game scratch series. Miller compiled games of 174, 222 and 237 on his 173 individual average. Miller’s teammate, Justin Haggerty, bagged games of 222 and 234 on his 221 average to help the duo reach a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
The Geezer plus Two team slipped, quietly into sole possession of third place in the team standing with their combined 2164 scratch series. Adam Thompson rolled games of 191, 206 and 188, while Brandon Naifeh nailed games of 225 and 200. The Geezer, A.K.A. Gene Shelton, chipped in with a 180 during the first game of the night on his 158 average. The trio managed to claim four of the five possible wins available for the match.
Eddie Ayers had a stellar night Thursday during men’s trio action, with a solid 850 four game scratch set. Ayers, competing on a 180 individual average, fired games of 212, 180, 255 and 203. Ayers teammate, Dickie Harrison, was also in rare form knocking down a total of 811 pins for the session. Harrison booked games of 203, 206 and 204 on his 186 average helping the team take all possible wins for the evening.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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