Classic Lanes’ staff and league participants would like to take the opportunity to express our deepest sympathies to the Galloway family.
Jim Galloway was a kind person who always wore a smile while competing. Galloway conducted himself with great sportsmanship and was very passionate about the game. Jim and his wife Sybil have been dedicated league bowlers at Classic Lanes for several seasons and have been a pleasure to compete with week after week. Jim Galloway will be sorely missed here at Classic Lanes.
Sunday Night Mixed
Corey Ogle topped the men’s division this week during Sunday night’s mixed play. Ogle wasted no time, posting scores of 234 and 256 in a solid 687 three game scratch performance. Ogle helped his team, Y. B. & the Clean Up Crew, to a three win victory for the session.
Chuck Russell revived his game this week, rolling an awesome 681 three game scratch series. Russell was dialed in all evening, shooting games of 234, 216 and 231. Russell end the night a whopping 123 pins above his average for series, makes us wonder if Russell has really been in a rut lately or just playing possum to give Mr. Russell some of the spot light.
Shawna Hall led her team to take three wins from their opponents Sunday night with her above par 489 scratch set. Hall, with a 149 individual average, shot scores of 159, 172 and 158 to boost her team into sole possession of fourth place in the team standings for the summer session.
Monday Mixed Trio
Jason Parmer established himself as a fierce competitor under pressure Monday night while competing in the last position round of the summer season. Parmer bombarded his opponents with outstanding scores of 256, 247 and 289 for an impressive 792 scratch set. Parmer led his team, Batteries Not Included, to three of the four possible wins for the match, forcing a one game roll off to determine first place in the team standings.
Allan Hague, anchorman for team Hey!!! Alan!!!, placed first runner up for the men’s high series Monday night with his respectable 702 scratch set. Hague unloaded two intense games of 257 and 253 to capture three wins for his team.
Betty Russell tossed the women’s second high set of the night with her 605 scratch series. Russell bowled games of 204 and 221 on her 191 individual average. Russell’s effort was enough to place her team in third place for the summer season in the team standings.
Amy Sharp topped the women this week, on Monday night, with her 611 three game scratch set on lanes one and two. Sharp took Monday night’s bout serious, rolling games of 198, 212 and 201 on her 195 average. Sharp helped her team to three wins for the match.
Tuesday Night Doubles
Tuesday night Mixed Doubles league is a small, laid back and fun league for couples to enjoy a night of recreation together. For some couples they took the opportunity to bowl with friends to mix things up a tad. Allan and Shannon Hague are one of the couples who chose to split to get more teams involved for more competition. This past Tuesday night their strategy paid off. The husband and wife duo were pitted against each other on lanes one and two, battling for the league championship and bragging rights around the house.
Allan Hague recorded a chart topping 740 scratch set that included games of 236, 269 and 235. Hague’s 269 during the second game of the match was also the men’s high game for the session.
Shannon did not let Hague’s impressive performance rattle her. Shannon tossed an exceptional 677 three game scratch series. Knowing the competition would be tough, Shannon booked extraordinary games of 228, 237 and 212 to demolish her opponents.
Shannon’s feat was enough to claim all four possible wins for the match and clinch first place in the team standings for the summer season.
Lonnie Austin was on fire again this week, nabbing 576 total pins for the night on his 155 individual average. Austin bagged games of 202, 161 and 213 to help his team, Brand New, take a flawless victory over their competition for the evening.
Thursday Men’s Trio
Mike Gilliland shot a notable 946 four game scratch set Thursday night during men’s action to claim the men’s high set for the match. Gilliland, no stranger to the top, nailed games of 222, 290 and 243. Gilliland’s 290 included eleven strikes in a row. After Thursday’s event, Gilliland and his team, Just Do It, climbed into sole possession of sixth place in the team standings.
Dickie Harrison led his team, Willlber!!!, to four of the five possible wins up for grabs Thursday night with his 923 scratch set. Harrison started the night hot with scores of 265, 238 and 254 on his 195 average. Harrison completed the set 143 pins above his average for series.
Phillip Coleman led his team, Jim’s Pro Shop, to four wins with his 851 scratch effort on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Coleman, with a 190 individual average, shot games of 225, 208, 203 and 215 to end the night 91 pins above his average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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