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Bowling league report for Sept. 24

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Jason Harvey battered his opponents Tuesday night during mixed league action with a solid 721 three game scratch set. 

Harvey shot games of 225, 264 and 232 to complete the session 112 pins above his average for series.  After the dust settled Harvey led his team, Who Cares, to a three-win victory and a two way tie for second place in the team standings.
    Jason Keller posted a 776 three game scratch set during men’s competition Thursday, enough to claim the high series of the night.  Keller tossed scores of 259, 279 and 238 to help his team, The King Pins, to one win.  

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    Allan Hague recorded the men’s high set of Sunday’s bout with his 713 scratch effort rolled on lanes seven and eight.  Hague, wasting no time getting right to work, bowled eleven strikes in a row during the first game for a 290 score.  Hague added a 228 later in the night to finish the set 47 pins above his average for series.   
    Neldon Smith followed Hague’s lead with a 703 three game scratch series.  Smith, with a 215 individual average, nabbed games of 247 and 274.  Smith’s set was enough to help his team, the Seahawks, take three of the four possible wins for the evening.  
    Shawna Hall took the reins for her team, the Eagles, shooting an impressive 517 scratch series.  Hall stayed consistent all night producing scores of 177, 172 and 168 on her 149 individual average.  Hall’s solid performance enabled her team to clinch three wins for the match.  

Monday Night Ladies
    Leona Cerrtani led her team, R U Kidding, to a flawless night with her respectable 434 three game scratch set.  Cerrtani charted games of 155, 126 and 153 on her 118 average.  Cerrtani’s set catapulted her team into sole possession of third place in the team standings.  
    Amy Austin nailed a 532 three game scratch set Monday night that included games of 187 and 177 on her 118 average.  Austin, a newcomer to the sport, puts in about four to five hours of practice each week and her series’ are consistently reflecting the hard work.
 
Monday Night Trio
    Amy Sharp topped the women’s division Monday night during the Trio league with her 618 scratch effort.  Sharp led her team, 2 Dolls & A Ball, to three wins with games of 213 and 224 on her 184 individual average.  Sharp’s teammate, Brandi Harvey, added games of 205 and 181.  Justin Haggerty, the team’s anchorman, filled out the recap sheet and provided moral support.  
    Corey Ogle just missed the 700 mark with his above par 690 three game scratch set.  Ogle started the night slow with a 202 for the first game, but regrouped quickly firing games of 221 and 267 helping his team, Ann & Two Gents, into a three way tie for second place in the team standings.  
    Cathye Michaelson started the Monday Night Trio league with a bang, knocking down a scratch total of 564 pins on her 158 average.  Michaelson, a seasoned veteran, posted scores of 211 and 195 to help her team, Cat’s Meow, take three wins and first place in the team standings thus far for the fall season.  
    Jason Harvey demolished his competition Monday night with his 698 three game scratch set on lanes five and six.  Harvey, in his sophomore season this year with Classic Lanes, booked scores of 255, 236 and 207.  Harvey completed the match 89 pins above his average for series and three wins for his team.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Neldon Smith carried his momentum from Sunday into Tuesday’s mixed play tossing an outstanding 711 three game scratch set.  Smith bagged games of 257 and 259, while also nabbing the men’s second high set of the night.  
    Corey Ogle bowled the third high set of the evening with his 705 three game scratch series.  Ogle, with a 205 individual average, charted scores of 234, 249 and 222 to help his team walk away with all four possible wins for the session.  
    The Avid Reader crew was out for blood Tuesday night shooting a combined 1987 three game scratch series.  Leadoff bowler, Penny Shelton, posted the high set of the team with her 539 effort that included games of 169 and 221.  Jessica Horton, a rookie this season, nabbed games of 146 and 180 on her 130 individual average, while Gene Shelton shot scores of 156, 165 and 175.  The team snatched all four possible wins for the match and was able to sneak into a two way tie for third place in the team standings.  Kevin Horton took on the role of team cheerleader Tuesday night.  

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    Dave Gholson shot the second high set of the evening with an extraordinary 714 three game scratch series.  Gholson rolled games of 247, 256 and 211 on his 207 individual average.  
    Gholson’s teammate, Mike Gilliland, bagged a solid 698 three game scratch set to help their team, Just Do It, take four wins for the match.  Gilliland rolled games of 241, 212 and 245 to end the bout 86 pins above his average for series.  
    Justin Haggerty took the opportunity to redeem himself for Monday night’s debacle during men’s competition Thursday night with his 696 scratch set.  Haggerty, who has been in a rut for a few weeks, booked games of 224, 254 and 218on his 214 individual average.  Haggerty’s achievement led his team, The Haggertys, to take two wins and inch into a three way tie for third place in the team standings.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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