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Bowling league report for Nov. 12

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  Jason Keller posted the high series of the week at Classic Lanes while competing in the Thursday Men's Commercial league.

  Keller's 761 three game scratch set on lanes five and six was comprised of 245, 237 and 279 games.  Keller helped his team, the King Pins, into a three way tie for fourth place in the team standings.  

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     Mike Fletcher led Sunday night with his 727 three game scratch set.  Fletcher, with a 215 individual average, rolled games of 279, 234 and 214 to help his team take three of the four possible wins for the session.  
      Fletcher's teammate, Susan Shelton, booked a solid 641 scratch effort leading the women's division Sunday night.  Shelton tossed games of 210, 206 and 225 to climb into sole possession of first place on the women's high average board, with a respectable 200.   
     Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Wes Campbell, bagged one of the six 700 sets shot this week, with his 704 three game scratch performance.  Campbell led his team, the Broncos, to take to two wins for the match on his games of 245, 234 and 225.  
    Alan Roberts revived his game this week with an astonishing 719 scratch set that included games of 256 and 248.  Roberts ended the night 113 pins above his average for series.  
    Tarry Davison led his team, the Texans, to a three win victory with a solid 727 scratch series.  Davison nabbed games of 255, 214 and 258 on his 211 average to help his team into first place in the team standings.  

Monday Night Trio
     Amy Sharp took her team, 2 Dolls & A Ball, to one win with her above par 650 three game scratch set.  Sharp fired extraordinary games of 213, 212 and 225 to boost her team into second place in the team standings with a 19 and 13 record thus far in the second quarter of the fall season.  
    Allan Hague topped the men this week on Monday night's mixed trio action recording a notable 713 three game scratch series.   Hague started the night with a near perfect game, posting a 279 that contained eleven of the twelve strikes needed for a 300.  
    Bruce Michaelson charted scores of 244 and 234 in his 684 three game scratch series.  Michaelson led his team, the Cat's Meow, to three wins and ended the evening 39 pins above his average for series.

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     Eddie Ayers posted the stand out performance of the night with a remarkable 711 scratch series.  Ayers bowled scores of 242, 247 and 222 to help his team, Harrison's Crew, take three wins.   Ayers completed the session a whopping 126 pins above his average for series and propelled his team into a three way tie for second place in the team standings.
    Turk Morgan, with a 182 average, shot scores of 228, 185 and 229 leading his team to a flawless victory Thursday night.  Morgan's teammate, Keith Etheridge, pitched in on the team's success with games of 225 and 206 on hiss 179 average.
     Team Red & Company annihilated their opponents Thursday night with a combined 3016 scratch series.  Lead off man, Red Skelton, booked a 627 three game scratch set that included games of 212 and 226.  Travis Sutton was well above his 182 average while shooting games of 235 and 224.  Sutton's 648 set was 102 pins above his average for series.  
     Lynn Mills got in on the action knocking down 666 total pins on his 179 individual average.  Mills bagged games of 189, 243 and 234 to help the team walk away with four wins.  Darreyl Dixon chipped in with games of 220, 204 and 213 on his 187 average.
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.




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