Corey Ogle tossed a solid 737 thee game scratch series during the Thursday Night Men’s Commercial league. Ogle with a 191 individual average bowled games of 235 and 202 to start the night. Saving his best for last, Ogle dialed in to fire a perfect 300 game to end the session and lead his team to three wins.
Amy Sharp topped the charts for the women this week, with her 632 scratch contribution to her team on Monday night. Sharp posted games of 216, 193 and 223 on her 184 average to help her team, 2 Dolls & A Ball, sweep their opponents all four wins.
David VanSickle rolled the men’s top set Tuesday night during mixed league competition. VanSickle and his team, Chilled Perfection, took two wins on his scores of 279, 228 and 235. VanSickle finished the match 94 pins above his average for series.
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Shayne Wilson led the men Sunday night with his 725 scratch performance on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Wilson led his team, the Packers, to three of the four possible wins on his games of 221, 257 and 247.
Wilson’s teammates Kathleen Walker and Susan Shelton chipped in with two of the four women’s 600 series shot during the evening.
Walker took top honors in the women’s division with her 629 three game scratch series. Walker shot scores of 193, 222 and 214 to help boost the team into sole possession of second place in the team standings.
Susan Shelton followed Walker’s lead, shooting an impressive 611 three game scratch set that included scores of 236 and 203. Walker’s 236 game was enough to claim the women’s second high game of the night.
Betty Russell bowled the second high set for the women Sunday night with her 626 scratch effort. Russell was the most consistent of the bunch, rolling games of 222, 204 and 200 to help her team, the Texans, clinch all four possible wins.
Louis Lufkin nabbed the only other men’s 700 series shot Sunday night, rolling an awesome 707 scratch set on lanes eleven and twelve. Lufkin, who has been practicing at least once a week in between league sessions, booked games of 235, 234 and 238.
Shannon Hague rounded out the women’s top series with a respectable 604 scratch set. Hague led her team, the Bears, to take two wins with her scores of 211 and 218.
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Allan Hague ascended to the top of the men’s category Monday night with his solid 725 scrath set. Hague, competing on a 222 average, bowled games of 240, 259 and 226. Hague completed the match 59 pins above his average for series and led his team to four wins.
Jim Williams bagged the third high series of the evening with a 679 three game scratch set fired on lanes eleven and twelve. Williams, one of Classic Lanes more prominent left handed bowlers, charted scores of 204, 199 and a whopping 276 on his 193 individual average.
Jason Harvey brought his “A” game again this week, nailing a 677 three game scratch set during Monday’s mixed play. Harvey, Smucker’ Boys anchorman, shot scores of 214, 236 and 227 to help his team take four wins and climb into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
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Dickie Harrison took his game off life support this week, shooting an above par 720 three game scratch set. Harrison, a seasoned veteran, was on target all evening, posting scores of 258, 215 and 247 to help his team into a four way tie for third place in the team standings.
Tarry Davison posted the high series of the week Thursday night with his 757 three game scratch effort on lanes nine and ten. Davison, one of the most consistent competitors at Classic Lanes, shot games of 259, 265 and 233. Davison’s set Thursday night was enough to bump his individual average to an astonishing 244.
Neldon Smith and Jason Keller tossed matching 716 series during men’s action Thursday night.
Keller, team captain for the King Pins, charted scores of 257, 232 and 227 to help his team to one win.
Smith, competing on lanes three and four, was above his 213 average all evening, posting games of 214, 278 and 224. Smith and his team, Just Do It, capped the night off with four wins and a boost into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
Mike Gilliland booked the sixth and final 700 set of Thursday’s session with a 703 three game scratch series. Gilliland, anchorman for Just Do It, bowled two impressive games of 265 and 235 on his 218 individual average to help Smith in the accomplishment of taking the team to first place.
Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report
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