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Bowling league report for Nov. 5

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Kevin Horton demolished his competition Monday night during the mixed trio league with an impressive 719 three game scratch set.


    Horton, who returned to the sport this summer after a decade long hiatus, led his team to a three win victory on his games of 300 and 238.  Horton wasted no time getting right to work Monday night posting his first career perfect game to begin the match.

  Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Neldon Smith led the Sunday Super Bowl Post Bowl league this week with an outstanding 738 three game scratch series.  Smith, who started the night with a 217 individual average, shot scores of 258, 235 and 245 to help his team take two wins for the evening.  Smith boosted his Seahawks into sole possession of fourth place in the team standings and completed the session 87 pins above his average for series.  
    The Eagles were ready for action Sunday night, tossing a combined 2219 scratch set.  Larry Stovall led the team charting a 675 three game scratch set on his 194 average.  Stovall rolled games of 248, 211 and 216.  Robert Spurgeon was above his 160 individual average with games of 170, 165 and 178.  Ace Wiginton, the team’s anchorman, booked games of 234 and 199, while Shawna Hall pitched in a 156 during the first game of the night.  The foursome were able to clinch three of the four possible wins for the match and move into a two way tie for third place in the team standings.
    Ralphie Harrod paved the way for her team, the Vikings, to sweep their opponents all four possible wins Sunday night on her 552 three game scratch series.  Harrod bagged games of 166, 184 and 202 ending the bout 54 pins above her average for series.  
    Wesley Crist rolled a 584 three game set during Sunday’s mixed play, enabling his team to run away with four wins.  Crist, competing on a 172 average, fired games of 178, 205 and 201 allowing his team, the Patriots, to climb into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.

Monday Night Trio
    The Replacements, competing like a first string offense, took all four possible wins up for grabs Monday night.  Tammy Honea rolled games of 150 and 180 in her 468 scratch set, while her husband Roger nabbed games of 230 and 227 on his 194 average.  Jim Williams chipped in a solid 224 to help the team improve to a 20 and 8 record thus far in the season and take a 2 game lead for first place in the team standings.  
    Team Triple D was steady all night during Monday’s mixed action, compiling a 1518 three game scratch set.  Damon Gessman charted scores of 181 and 213 in a 544 three game scratch set.  David Whitten rolled games of 188 and 213 on his 181 individual average to help the team take three wins.  Whitten’s wife, Denise, contributed a 166 on her 129 average.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Shane Quinn posted a respectable 603 three game scratch set on lanes thirteen and fourteen during Tuesday night’s mixed competition.  Quinn, with a 172 average, bowled games of 215, 196 and 192 to complete the night 87 pins above his average for series.  
    Team Silent but Deadly lived up to their name Tuesday night, sneaking away with a flawless victory after clobbering their opponents.
    Leadoff bowler, Shannon Hague, started the night off with a solid 233 to get the team motivated.  Newcomer, Amy Austin shot a 200 during the second game of the match on her 159 average.  Lonnie Austin bagged games of 198 and 200, while anchorman Mike Love fired a stellar 262 in his 650 three game scratch set.  The team catapulted into sole possession of first place in the team standings with an extraordinary 28 and 6 record.  
    Angie Benson carried her team, Quality Home Services, to victory this week with her 407 three game scratch effort.  Benson, competing on a 120 average, rolled games of 143 and 150.  Benson’s teammate, Kevin Dunnihoo, posted a pair of 135 games on his 117 average.  Tammie Dunnihoo chalked up a 128 during the first game of the session, while Duwayne Benson was present to fill the fourth position on the team’s roster.  

Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Jason Keller topped the high series list this week with his 764 scratch performance during men’s competition.  Keller was on target all night shooting scores of 263, 233 and 268.  Keller’s teammate, Joey Davila, rolled a solid 279 the last game of the night on his 203 average.  
    Tarry Davison led his team, Champs!, to three wins with his 752 three game scratch set.  Davison booked a pair of 267 games while competing on lanes five and six.  Davison and the Champs climbed two positions to fourth place in the team standings after Thursday’s first roll-off of the fall season.  
    Chris Brooks unloaded on his opponents Thursday, charting a 664 three game scratch set on his 189 average.  Brooks helped his team take three of the four possible wins on his games of 258, 208 and 198.  
    Zane Calderon charted a notable 579 three game scratch set that included games of 228 and 167 on his 160 average.  Calderon and his team, Over and Under, clinched first place in the team standings for the first quarter of the season with their three wins Thursday.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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