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Bowling league report for Nov. 19

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Corey Ogle stole the spotlight Sunday night shooting his second 300 game of the fall season.  Ogle led his team, the Dolphins, to a flawless victory with an outstanding 727 three game scratch set.  Ogle added scores of 225 and 202 to end the match 100 pins above his average for series.  


    Rhonda Stephens charted the women’s high set of the week with her 666 scratch performance during the Monday Night Ladies league.  Stephens was dialed in all evening posting games of 216, 246 and 204 on her 177 individual average.

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    Shayne Wilson topped the leader board for the men’s division during Sunday night’s competition, shooting an above par 739 scratch set.  Wilson improved with each game charting scores of 235, 246 and 258.  Wilson’s teammate, Mike Fletcher, just missed the 700 mark with a respectable 692 scratch set that included games of 223 and 257.  The duo led their team, the Packers, to four wins for the bout.  
    Allan Hague followed the pace set by Wilson, knocking down a total of 735 pins.  Hague never missed his 223 average throughout the night posting scores of 255, 257 and 223.  Hague’s effort helped his team, the Dolphins, climb into a two way tie for fifth place in the team standings.
    Ralphie Harrod motivated her team, the Vikings, to take all four possible wins with her impressive 635 three game scratch series.  Harrod, a seasoned veteran, booked games of 214, 188 and 233 on her 170 average.  Darreyl Dixon and James Allen followed their teammate’s example firing three game scratch sets of 641 and 674.  
    Dixon tossed games of 212 and 244, while Allen rolled games of 215, 257 and 202 on his 196 average.  The trio boosted their team into sole possession of second place in the team standings.  

Monday Night Trio
    Amy Sharp led the women during Monday’s trio action with a solid 617 scratch set that included a 267 during the first game of the match.  
    Shannon Hague bowled an above average 600 scratch set on her 185 individual average.  Hague recorded scores of 194 and 236 to help her team, Hot For Teacher, take two wins for the night.  
    Tarry Davison rolled the men’s second high set of the evening with a 717 scratch series.  Davison started the session below average tossing a 204 during the first game, but was able to get refocused and followed up with scores of 246 and 267.  
    Jason Keller, with a 221 individual average, fired games of 267 and 279 in a 752 three game scratch series.  Keller led his team, The Cat’s Meow, to four wins and a two way tie for third place in the team standings.
 
Tuesday Night Mixed
    Mindy Pogue nabbed an extraordinary 565 scratch series while competing on lanes three and four during Tuesday’s mixed play.  Pogue, competing on a 164 average, bowled a pair of 182 games and a 201 to help her team, Who, take four wins for the match.  Pogue’s teammates, Mike Gilliland and Craig McBrayer, pitched in with games of 221, 212, 208, 202 and 192 on their 198 and 178 averages.  
    Jason Keller and Allan Hague took their team to three of four possible wins with their scratch sets of 729 and 739.  Keller unloaded scores of 237, 269 and 233, while Hague fired games of 236, 215 and 278.  Their teammates, Bruce and Cathye Michaelson, were also on target with scores of 222, 227, 176 and 177 on their 211 and 157 averages.  
    Nick Myers led his team, Who Cares, to one win with his 640 scratch set on lanes thirteen and fourteen.  Myers, with a 176 average, bagged games of 183, 201 and 256 to complete the night 112 pins above his average for series.  

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    Chris Brooks posted the men’s high series of the week with an astonishing 775 scratch set.  Brooks, who has struggled this season, showed no signs of impairment Thursday night firing games of 268, 217 and 290.  Brooks 290 during the third game of the session included eleven of the twelve strikes needed for a perfect game.  Brooks led his team, Harrison’s Crew, to a flawless night and a three way tie for first place in the team standings.  
    Eddie Ayers, with a 199 average, brought his “A” game Thursday charting scores of 269, 224 and 215.  Ayers completed the match a whopping 111 pins above his average for series.  
    Shayne Wilson led his team, The King Pins, to three wins with his 739 three game scratch set.  Wilson nabbed games of 244 and 279 on his 215 average to help his team climb into a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.
    Juan Peralta rolled his first career 600 series during men’s action Thursday night.  Peralta’s 608 set included games of 238 and 202 on his 157 individual average.
  Peralta helped his team, Find the Way, take three wins for the evening.
    Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
  

 

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