Lonnie Austin put on a show Tuesday night during mixed doubles competition.
Austin, a rookie this summer season, accomplished two firsts in his budding bowling career this week. Austin was above average all night shooting scores of 170, 210 and 228 for an impressive 608 scratch set. Austin’s 210 during the second game of the night is his first 200 score, as well as his 608 being his first 600 series. Austin led his team to snatch three of the four possible wins for the evening and a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
Larry Stovall had a stellar performance Sunday night bagging an outstanding 725 three game scratch series. Stovall booked games of 234, 289 and 202 to help his team demolish their opponents and take four wins. Stovall strung ten strikes in a row during the second game of the match, enabling him to ultimately finish 131 pins above his average for series.
Sunday Night Mixed
Scott Ogle took his game off life support this week, tossing a solid 703 scratch set on lanes one and two. Ogle was consistent all night with scores of 222, 226 and 255 to close out the session. Ogle’s teammates, Roger and Tammy Honea, were on a mission as well, charting sets of 646 and 508. Roger, with a 193 average, nailed games of 201, 222 and 223, while Tammy shot games of 189 and 162 to help the team take all four wins. Ogle’s wife, Shelly, was present to take down all the scores and cheer on the team.
Shannon Hague recorded the women’s high set of the night with her 653 three game scratch series. Hague took the reins for her team, 1st Place, rolling games of 247 and 213 on her 183 individual average.
Kevin Horton led his team, Horton Hears A…..Strike, to take two wins on his 640 scratch effort. Horton, returning to the game this summer after several seasons in retirement, posted games of 214, 218 and 208 to complete the night 88 pins above his average for series.
Monday Night Trio
Jason Parmer set the pace Monday night racking up a total of 745 pins at the conclusion of the match. Parmer led his team, Batteries Not Included, to sweep their competition of the evening all four wins on scores of 266, 246 and 233.
Betty Russell, not letting her husband’s threats from last week phase her, bagged a notable 644 three game scratch set. Russell, who has been above par as of late, tossed games of 240, 212 and 192 on her 186 average. With Russell’s valiant effort, she carried her husband yet again, to four impressive wins and now a two way tie for first place in the team standings. We must add that Chuck Russell did chip in this week with a 213 game on his 188 average. Congratulations to Chuck for having a great sense of humor week in and week out while Russell has been on a hot streak.
Allan Hague booked the second high set of the night with his 709 three game scratch series. Hague rolled games of 247 and 277 to lead his team to four wins.
Juan Peralta showed signs of improvement this week, bowling games of 183, 159 and 140 on his 135 individual average. Peralta, who took up the sport just a few months ago, led his team to sole possession of fourth place in the team standings after completing the night 77 pins above his average for series.
Peralta’s teammate, Debbie Miller, helped out with games of 213 and 207 on her 185 average.
Cathye Michaelson was out for blood Tuesday night just missing the 600 mark by a mere two pins. Michaelson charted the women’s high series of the night with her 598 set and the women’s high game of the night with her 257 during the second game of the match. Michaelson also pitched in a respectable 192 to help the team to a three win victory.
Jim Galloway posted an above average night with his 600 scratch series during doubles action Tuesday night. Galloway, with a 188 average, bagged games of 233 and 198 to help his team, Double Trouble, climb into a three way tie for third place in the team standings.
Jerry Condra annihilated his opponents Tuesday night with his 534 three game scratch set. Condra, competing on a 165 average, started the night hot with a 200 during the first game of the session. Condra added games of 170 and 164 to help his team, Double or Nothin’, take three wins.
Justin Haggerty was the “Cinderella” story of the night, posting three extraordinary games of 279, 278 and 247 after starting the night with an uninspiring 170. Haggerty didn’t let his slow start get under his skin. After following up his moderate start with a solid 279 in the second game of the match, Haggerty carried that momentum on into the third game stringing ten strikes in a row for a 278. Haggerty’s ability to keep his composure and refocus allowed his team to walk away with all five possible wins at the end of the bout.
Tarry Davison followed Haggerty’s lead starting the night with an awful 166 on his 224 average. Davison readjusted and completed the set with intense scores of 289, 256 and 234. Davison ended the evening 51 pins above his average for series and led his team, Watkins, to take four wins and first place in the team standings.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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