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Bowling league report for Nov. 26

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Chris Brooks has revived his game over the past couple of outings, with last week’s 775 scratch set that included a solid 290 game that included 11 strikes in a row and this weeks 738 three game scratch set. 

Competing on lanes 11 and 12, Brooks started the night with a respectable 214 game while reading the lane conditions and remaining patient for the first ten frames of the match.  The second game of the session, Brooks struck gold with a perfect 300 and followed up with a 224 game to enable his to take three wins for the evening.  Brooks ended the set 141 pins above his average for series and led his team into a three way tie for first place in the team standings.  
    Betty Russell topped the women’s division this week with her 645 scratch performance during the Tuesday Night Mixed league.  While Tuesday night proved to be a bit challenging for some of the veteran bowlers this week, Russell cleared a path to victory with scores of 247 and 209 on her 188 individual average.  

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    With just a third of the NFL season left, the league’s underdog teams have been searching for ways to overcome obstacles and win against their competition.  From San Diego handing Kansas City its second straight loss to the Buccaneers improving their record to 3-8 after a win over Detroit, much like their pro counterparts teams on the Sunday Night Super Bowl Post Bowl league have been finding ways to win against all odds.  
    Shayne Wilson, team captain for the Chargers, posted an outstanding 752 three game scratch set on lanes seven and eight.  Wilson led his team to three of the four possible wins on scores of 226, 278 and 248, boosting his team’s record to 13-11 for the second quarter of the fall season.  
     Allan Hague led his Dolphins to victory over the Chiefs this week during the Sunday night’s mixed competition with his 778 scratch set.  Hague rolled games of 259, 279 and 243 on his 225 average.  David Strain pitched in with scores of 269 and 231, while Corey Ogle charted the team’s individual high score of the night with his 278 during the second game of the match.  Amy Sharp helped the team with her games of 210 and 215.  The foursome walked away with three wins for the bout and a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.  
    Tarry Davison led his Texans to sweep the Colts this week, taking all four available wins and sole possession of first place in the team standings after shooting an extraordinary 774 three game scratch set.  While Davison’s pro pick fell to the Jaguars Sunday afternoon, his Sunday night team decimated their opponents with a combined 2637 scratch series.  Davison led the team with scores of 239, 256 and 279 on his 215 average.  

Monday Night Trio
    Jason Harvey recorded the second high set of the night during Monday’s mixed play, with his 720 scratch effort.  Harvey improved with each game as the night progressed, firing scores of 231, 233 and 266 completing the night 81 pins above his average for series.  
    Harvey’s wife, Brandi, led her team, 2 Dolls & a Ball, to four wins with her 615 three game scratch set, the only 600 series posted from the women’s division Monday night.  Brandi boosted her team into a four way tie for first place in the team standings with scores of 195, 198 and 222.  Brandi’s supporting cast, Amy Sharp and Justin Haggerty, chipped in with games of 227, 225, 211 and 203.  

Monday Night Women
    Rhonda Stephens continued her domination again this week charting the high game and high series of the night with her 201 game and 528 three game scratch set.  The Lake Fork Hookers captain led her team to four wins for the night and a respectable 28-16 record thus far for the fall season.  
    Carol Christian produced the standout set of the evening with her 409 three game scratch series on her 100 individual average.  Christian, who has been practicing twice a week for several weeks now, showed vast improvement Monday night booking games of 160 and 144.  Christian led her team, the Unpredictables, to four wins and a two way tie for third place in the team standings.
 
Tuesday Night Mixed
    Ace Wiginton, a seasoned veteran of the Tuesday Night Mixed league, posted his first 700 series of the fall season, shooting an awesome 703 three game scratch set.   Even at 72 years young Wiginton proved he still has some gas left in the tank tossing games of 210, 215 and 278 completing the night 97 pins above his average for series and leading his team to a three win victory.  
    Lonnie Austin, a rookie this season, was dialed in all night rolling  a pair of 196 games and a 194 to help his team, Silent But Deadly, escape with one win for the match.  Austin, who started the season with scores hitting around the 120 mark, has persistently practiced at least twice a week since the fall league started in September and has developed a new found consistency in his game that is paying off with an improved individual average of 179.  
    Brian Stegall led his team, the Looney Pins, to a flawless victory on his 603 three game scratch set.  Stegall took the reins for his team this week, nailing games of 246 and 202 helping his team take four wins for the session.
 
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    Mike Gilliland charted the high series of the night, knocking down a total of 755 pins during Thursday’s action.  Gilliland set the pace for his team, Just Do It, rolling a pair of 245 games and a 265 helping the team take four wins for the match.  
    Gilliland’s teammate, Bobby Brown, nabbed a pair of 218 games and a 256 game on his 198 individual average.  Brown ended the night 98 pins above his average for series.  
    Roger Honea led team Classic Lanes to a four game sweep of their opponents Thursday night with his scores of 217, 205 and 219.  Honea’s 641 scratch set boosted the team into a two way tie for fourth place in the team standings.  
    Darreyl Dixon rolled a notable 687 three-game scratch series on lanes nine and ten to help his team, Red & Company, take three games.   Dixon, who has struggled this season, showed signs of improvement Thursday night with scores of 246 and 248.  
    Dickie Harrison finished just behind Dixon with his 685 three game scratch set that included games of 242 and 247.  Harrison completed the night 91 pins above his average for series and helped his team, Harrison’s Crew, take three wins.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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