Rookie sensation, Lonnie Austin, showed no mercy to his opponents Monday night shooting an impressive 660 three game scratch set.
Austin, competing on a 169 individual average, tossed games of 171, 256 and 233 to help his team, Hot For Teacher, take three of the four possible wins for the session. Austin’s performance during mixed trio action landed him a new high game and high series with his 256 and 660 scores.
Cathy King led her team to sweep their competition during the Monday Night Ladies league with a 638 three game scratch set. King shot two remarkable scores of 232 and 236 taking her team, Shoulda Been, to an extraordinary 19 – 1 record thus far for the fall season. King ended the match 137 pins above her average for series.
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Allan Hague topped the men’s high series list Sunday night with an outstanding 761 thee game scratch set on lanes three and four. Hague, anchorman for the 49’ers, was dialed in all night shooting scores of 245, 248 and 268 to help his team to a flawless victory.
Louis Lufkin continued his dominance again this week with a solid 734 scratch set, raising his individual average to a remarkable 230. Lufkin led his team, the Texans, to four wins on his scores of 233, 224 and his near perfect game of 277. Lufkin’s 277 during the second game of the session contained eleven of the twelve strikes needed for a 300 game.
Kelly Shields rolled games of 206, 246 and 236 for a 688 scratch series during Sunday’s mixed play. Shields has made Sunday night a family affair, competing with his wife and son, Carrie and Damion Shields.
Damion contributed to the team’s three win victory with his 577 three game scratch set. Damion, competing on a 166 individual average, shot games of 203 and 202. Carrie got in on the action with games of 223, 202 and 172 on her 161 average. The patriarch of the family, Classic Lanes Hall of Fame Bowler Wes Campbell, pitched in a 220 to push the team into sole possession of second place in the team standings.
Mike Fletcher bowled the men’s third high series of the night with a notable 706 three game scratch set. Fletcher led his team, the Packers, to take first place for the first six week period of the fall session with games of 267 and 226.
Monday Night Trio
Justin Haggerty has revived his game in the last couple of weeks. Haggerty continued his momentum from last week tossing a 747 three game scratch set, enough to claim the overall high series of the evening. Haggerty and his team, 2 Dolls & a Ball, took four wins on his scores of 232, 246 and 269.
Jason Harvey finished a close second to Haggerty Monday night with his 741 scratch series on lanes nine and ten. Harvey nabbed games of 248, 239 and 254 to end the match 60 pins above his average for series.
Bruce Michaelson obliterated his competitors Monday night with an exciting 729 scratch set. Michaelson led his team, Cat’s Meow, to four wins with scores of 247, 245 and 237. Michaelson’s solid effort catapulted the team into third place and only two games out of first.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Kevin Horton annihilated his opponents Tuesday night with his captivating 680 three game scratch set. Horton, who has come back to the sport after a decade long hiatus, shook off the rust and executed scores of 227, 246 and 207. Horton led his team, The Avid Reader, to three wins and sole possession of second place in the team standings.
Phillip Coleman and Don Gammill led The Gamblers to sweep their competition Tuesday night taking four wins and first place in the team standings with a three game lead. Coleman booked games of 256 and 215, while Gammill bagged scores of 204 and 199 on his 176 individual average.
David VanSickle led the league Tuesday with his 698 three game scratch set. VanSickle, a veteran of Classic Lanes for many seasons now, bowled games of 220, 244 and 234 to improve his individual average to 226.28, the leagues high thus far for the season.
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Joey Davila took the King Pins to tree wins Thursday night with his scores of 246, 212 and 250. Davila ended the session 126 pins above his average for series. Davila’s teammate, Mike Fletcher, was above par all evening shooting games of 236, 225 and 248 on his 220 individual average. The duo helped their team climb into a two way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
Kenny Turner had another stellar performance, this season while competing on Thursday night, compiling a 685 three game scratch set that included games of 235 and 258. Turner’s series during men’s action this week marked his third set this season that was 75 pins or more above his average.
Sisco Zarco shocked his opponents with an awesome 626 three game scratch set on lanes one and two. Zarco led the Champs to a two way tie for fifth place with his scores of 220 and 241 on his 164 individual average.
Danny Weems decimated his competition Thursday with games of 194, 199 and 204 on his 150 average. Weems, a rookie this season, showed significant improvement this week completing the match a whopping 147 pins above his average for series.
Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted the report.
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