LoginCreate an account

Home News-Telegram Sports Bowling league report for Dec. 4

Bowling league report for Dec. 4

E-mail Print PDF

Bruce Michaelson exterminated his opponents this week during Tuesday night’s mixed play, with a 769 three game scratch series.  Competing on lanes seven and eight, Michaelson rolled games of 265, 267 and 237 to lead his team to four overpowering wins. 

Michaelson’s performance boosted his team, the Cat’s Meow, into sole possession of first place in the team standings with a 13.5-2.5 record.  
    Shannon Hague led the women’s division Tuesday night with her 618 three game scratch series.  Hague, competing on a 183 individual average, was above par all night posting games of 209, 204 and 205.  The silent but Deadly team captain finished the evening 69 pins above her average for series.  
    Other notable scores for the week included:

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Mark and Debbie Miller showed no mercy to their opponents Sunday night shooting a combined 1305 scratch set.  The husband and wife duo tackle a variety of sports together, with bowling and golf as their main focus.  Over the last few weeks the pair has covertly snuck away with several wins and some healthy series.  This week was no exception.  
    Debbie led the team with her 655 three game scratch set.  Games of 226, 224 and 205 quickly set the tone for the match and enabled Debbie to complete the session a whopping 133 pins above her average for series, her best of the fall season thus far.  
    Mark, paying close attention to Debbie’s lead and not wanting to be just the guy that fetched the occasion drink refill and fill the second position on the team roster, fired a solid 650 three game scratch set.  Mark’s games of 203 and 266 on his 177 average helped their team, the Saints, to a flawless victory for the evening.  
    Jason Keller charted the high series of the week with his 771 three game scratch effort on lanes three and four.  Keller was on target all evening recording scores of 259, 289 and 223.  Keller’s 289 during the second game of the session included 10 of the 12 strikes needed for a perfect game.  Keller’s teammate, Neldon Smith, chipped in on the team’s three wins for the night with his 691 scratch series.  
    Tarry Davison, who has uncharacteristically been in a slump this season, bowled the men’s second high set of the night with his 709 scratch series.  Davison, with a 220 individual average, booked scores of 238 and 268 to help his team take two wins and climb into a four way tie for third place in the team standings.  
    Darreyl Dixon decimated his competition Sunday, shooting a season high 704 scratch set.  Dixon, a veteran bowler at Classic Lanes for many seasons, was consistent all evening with scores of 223, 247 and 234.  Dixon led his team, the Vikings, to all four possible wins and a two way tie for first place in the team standings.  

Monday Night Trio
    Bruce Michaelson proved to be Classic Lanes’ Iron Man this week posting two outstanding 700 series.  The Monday Night Trio league set the stage, for Michaelson, to mow down a total of 741 pins for the match.  Scores of 224, 270 and 247 boosted Michaelson’s total pin fall, over two sessions, to 1,510 with an individual average of 252 for six games.  
    Justin Haggerty coasted to a 727 three game scratch series during Monday night’s mixed trio action.  Haggerty, competing on a 213 average, shot scores of 225, 278 and 224 to complete the set 88 pins above his average for series.  

Monday Night Ladies
    Rhonda Stephens bagged the high series of the night, with a 550 three game scratch set.  Stephens, no stranger to the spotlight the past few weeks, rallied her team to four wins Monday night with her scores of 203 and 190 on her 181 individual average.  
    Team Shoulda’ Been brought their “A” game Monday night, rolling a combined scratch total of 1847 pins.  Amy Austin led the team with her 531 scratch set.  Austin’s games of 193 and 182 were enough to push the team to three wins for the evening.  
    Austin’s teammates, Mary Crabb and Carrie Robinson, pitched in with games of 181, 141, 127 and 123 on their individual averages of 139 and 121.  Cathy King, the team’s anchor bowler, charted the third high set of the night with an impressive 514 scratch series.  King boasted a notable 199 during the final game of the bout.

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Tarry Davison booked the men’s second high scratch set of the session with his 743 effort on his 223 individual average.  Just four weeks into the second quarter of the fall season, Davison and his Underdogs wasted no time getting down to business.  Davison led the team to four wins Tuesday night with his games of 227, 259 and 257.  Davison’s teammate, Roger Honea, chipped in with games of 192 and 217 on his 185 average.  
    Allan Hague led his team to victory Tuesday on his 716 three game scratch series.  Hague, with a 214 average, never missed his mark tossing games of 237, 224 and 255 to help his team take all four possible wins for the match.  
    Team X-It did exactly that Tuesday night firing a combined 2496 total pins on lanes eleven and twelve.  Dave Gholson led the team with his 679 scratch series that included games of 238 and 233.  Anchorman David Soeder was above his 211 individual average during the bout with scores of 237, 214 and 216.  Soeder’s wife, Donna, was also consistently on target all evening with games of 180, 182 and 185.  Lynn Mills got in on the action posting games of 206 and 214 on his 191 average to help the team into sole possession of fourth place in the team standings.

    Justin Parmer, advertising director for Classic Lanes, submitted this report.




mySSnews Login

User Menu