Neldon Smith started the fall season with a bang, shooting a solid 732 three game scratch series.
Smith posted games of 280 and 259 to help his team, Who, take two wins for the night. Smith’s 280 also included 10 strikes in a row.
Kathleen Walker led the women this week with her 643 scratch set on lanes three and four during the Super Bowl Post Bowl league. Walker, competing on a 168 individual average, rolled games of 228, 236 and 179. At the end of the match, Walker led her team to four wins and a three way tie for first place in the team standings to start the season.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Susan Shelton captured the second high set of the night for the women with an impressive 611 scratch series. Shelton tossed games of 217, 201 and 193. Shelton concluded the session 38 pins above her average for series.
Carrie Shields charted an awesome set Sunday night during mixed play with her 476 scratch effort. Shields bowled games of 176, 151 and 149 on her 137 individual average. Shields aggressive start to the season prompted teammates, Kelly Shields and Wes Campbell to give above par performances as well.
Kelly, with a 201 individual average, knocked down a total of 684 pins by the end of the night. Kelly shot scores of 265 and 237 to help the team take all four possible wins for the evening.
Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Wes Campbell, chipped in with a steady 622 scratch set. Campbell, the team’s leadoff man and team captain, nailed games of 216 and 224 to complete the night 22 pins above his average for series.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Kevin Horton, anchorman for the Avid Reader, blasted his opponents Tuesday night with his stellar 659 three game scratch set. Horton, who just returned to the sport after a long hiatus, recorded a pair of 201 games and an outstanding 257 to help his team take two wins for the match.
Amy Austin, a rookie to the sport last season, rolled an extraordinary 457 scratch set on lanes nine and ten during Tuesday’s mixed action. Austin has been adamant about getting her practice in each week over the summer. Tuesday night Austin proved that her dedication had paid off. Austin started the night with a mere 118 individual average and posted scores of 145, 164 and 148 help her team claim four wins for the night. Austin ended the bout a whopping 103 pins above her average for series.
Mike Love took the reins for his team, shooting a 619 three game scratch set. Love, who has been a bit of a slump the last few months, tossed games of 226, 204 and 189 on his 175 average.
Corey Ogle just missed the 700 mark with his 695 scratch set during the Tuesday Night Mixed league. Ogle led the Cat’s Meow to take two wins with his scores of 247, 226 and 222.
Jason Parmer charted the men’s second high set of the night with his 704 three game scratch series. Parmer bowled games of 216 and 287 to help his team, Amy’s Toy Box, take all four possible wins for the evening.
Parmer’s teammate, Amy Sharp and David Strain contributed sets of 631 and 641 to help the team climb into a three way tie for first place in the team standings. Amy Sharp shot the women’s high set series of the night with her 631 scratch production that included games of 244 and 214. David Strain was consistent all night rolling scores of 213, 212 and 216 on his 204 average. The team’s leadoff bowler, Justin Haggerty, showed up for the first game posting a solid 238 but was lost for the remained of the session.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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