Tarry Davison propelled his team, Hot for Teacher, into sole possession of fourth place in the team standings after his outstanding 804 three game scratch set during the Monday Night Trio league.
From time to time Davison is referred to as one of Classic Lanes most consistent bowlers and this week he did he not disappoint. Davison unleashed a trio of 268 games on his 220 individual average setting his team up to clinch all four possible wins for the competition.
Betty Russell shocked her opponents Sunday night, tossing a remarkable 673 three game scratch series on lanes one and two. Russell, competing on a 188 individual average shot two impressive games of 224 and 266. Helping her team, the Texans, take three wins for the session, Russell ended the match 109 pins above her average for series.
Super Bowl Post Bowl
Susan Shelton cleared the path to victory for her team, the Packers, Sunday night with a 671 three games scratch set. Shelton posted the women’s second high series of the night on games of 247 and 231.
Jason Keller posted a miraculous 784 scratch set to help his team, the Seahawks, take two wins for the evening. Keller, who went into Sunday’s action with a 215 individual average, charted a pair of 258 games and a 268.
Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Wes Campbell, booked an impressive 669 three game scratch series during Sunday’s mixed play. Campbell, no stranger to the winner’s circle, shot scores of 227, 234 and 208 on his 202 average, leading his team to all four possible wins for the set.
Monday Night Trio
Lonnie Austin continued his new found success this week with a solid 667 scratch set on lanes thirteen and fourteen. Austin has diligently put in hours of practice week after week since the season started and his dedication to the sport has paid big dividends for the last couple of outings. Austin was above his 182 average all evening with scores of 218, 256 and 193.
Austin’s teammate, Shannon Hague, recorded the women’s high set of the night with her 636 scratch effort. Hague started the night on fire with an extraordinary 241 during the first game of the series and followed up with scores of 203 and 192 to help the team take four wins for the session.
Jason Harvey dominated his opponents with his spectacular 671 three game scratch set. Harvey who has average 222 or better since the league started six weeks ago, tossed games of 209, 256 and 206. After Monday’s match Harvey bumped his individual average to a notable 230, enough to claim the men’s high average thus far for the fall season.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Jason Parmer led the league this week with a solid 779 three game scratch set while competing on lanes one and two. Parmer rolled a pair of 256 games and a 267 to end the night 143 pins above his average for series. Parmer tossed 26 of the 36 possible strikes for a three game set.
David Strain recorded the men’s second high series of Tuesday night’s mixed action with his 716 three game scratch set. Strain bowled scores of 225, 255 and 236 on his 212 individual average. Strain’s performance boosted his team, Amy & Company, into a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
Jason Keller just barely broke the 700 barrier Tuesday night with a 701 three game scratch set Keller nabbed games of 268 and 225 helping his team, Cat’s Meow, take three wins for the session.
Shannon Hague, Amy Austin and Lonnie Austin, of team Silent but Deadly, slaughtered their competition Tuesday with a combined 2334 scratch team score. Hague charted the only women’s 600 series of the night with a 633 scratch set that included games of 245 and 204. Amy Austin booked a 517 scratch set on her 156 average, while Lonnie shot scores of 234 and 236 in a 655 three game scratch set. The team took all four wins up for grabs and slipped into sole possession of second place in the team standings.
Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
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