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Bowling league report for Dec. 10

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Thursday night consistently produces most of the week’s top scores with the majority of the elite bowlers competing at Classic lanes participate in the Commercial league. 

This week an underdog, so to speak, quietly captured the league’s high handicap set for the season thus far and the fifth highest scratch set of the season.  Mark Miller led his team, the Haggertys, to four magnificent wins with his 750 scratch series, 903 with his 153 pins of individual handicap.
    Competing on a 173 average, Miller boasted scores of 266, 239 and 245 to complete the night a phenomenal 231 pins above his average for series, the most of an individual this season.  Miller’s dedication to the sport and unrelenting motivation to always find ways to improve paid off Thursday night. On behalf of the Classic Lanes staff and your fellow league competitors, congratulations Mr. Miller on your newest accomplishment and we all look forward to many more to come.  
Other notable scores for the week ending Dec. 5, included:

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Neldon Smith, one of Classic Lanes more predominate bowlers, tossed his seventh 700 set of the fall season, with his 733 three game scratch series.  Smith led his Sunday night team, the Seahawks, to take two wins on his scores of 248, 258 and 227.   Smith also improved his individual average to a 221.28, enough to occupy the fourth spot on the men’s high average list.  
    Tarry Davison took second place on the men’s platform Sunday night with a solid 721 scratch set while competing on lanes one and two.  The Lions team captain booked scores of 258, 227 and 236, aiding his team to take two wins for the event.
     Sunday’s Super Bowl Post Bowl league has seen a lot of its teams mimic their pro picks the last few weeks.  This week was no exception with the Colts, led by Darreyl Dixon, taking two wins and climbing into a three way tie for third place in the team standings.  Dixon’s pro pick was also in a three way tie for the third best record in the NFL before Seattle’s overpowering win over New Orleans Sunday night. Dixon crushed his opponents shooting a 720 three game scratch series that included games of 245 and 242 on his 198 average.  
      Debbie Miller took the reins for her Saints Sunday night capturing an impressive 607 scratch set.  Games of 223, 194 and 190 enable Miller and her team to run away with four wins for the match and improve to an 8-0 record for the third period of Sunday’s fall session.  Miller’s set was second only to Kathleen Walker’s 610 three game scratch series, for the women’s division.
      Monday Night Trio
    Allan Hague conquered the top seat of the men’s division Monday night, rolling a 729 scratch series.  Hague, competing on a 226 individual average, nabbed a pair of 256 games to help his team, Ann & 2 Gents, take two wins for the contest.  
    Tarry Davison, keeping the pattern from Sunday night going, bagged the second high set of Monday’s engagement with his 707 three game scratch effort.  Davison shot scores of 257 and 245 taking two wins off his competition for the evening.  
    Bruce Michaelson produced the most consistent series of the week, charting a 678 set, in which Michaelson shot scores of 226 all three games of the match.  

Monday Night Ladies
    Cathy King set the pace Monday night, generating the high set with her 531 scratch performance on lanes seven and eight.  King led her team, Shoulda Been, to a three win victory on her scores of 179 and 202.  King’s teammate, Carrie Robinson, contributed with games of 176 and 147 on her 120 average.  
    Pat Chaddick seized the third high series of Monday night ladies action with her 515 three game scratch production.  Chaddick, a veteran of the Monday Night Ladies league for several seasons, was above par all evening nabbing games of 194, 165 and 156.  The Lake Fork Hookers team captain grabbed the second high game of the night, just behind King’s 202, with her 194 during the first game of the session. Chaddick and her team improved to an astonishing 15-1 record after Monday night’s contest.  
    Hazel Dawes, anchor bowler for Roll On, led her team to four wins on her scores of 133, 126 and 156.  Dawes finished the match 49 pins above her average for series.  Velda Dodd rolled games of 148 and 169 on her 144 average, while Anna Myers chipped in with scores of 117 and 144.  Debra Morgan got in on the action with her 359 three game scratch set that included games of 117 and 132 on her 110 average.  The ladies ended the night in sole possession of fifth place in the team standings.
 
Tuesday Mixed League
    Bruce Michaelson continued his supremacy during Tuesday’s mixed play, charting the high series of all league competitors this week with his remarkable 760 scratch set.   Michaelson, no stranger to the top of the charts, shot scores of 268, 234 and 258 to lead his team to one win and just a game and half out of first place in the team standings.  
    Kevin Horton competing on a 189 average, dominated his opponents with an impressive 648 three game scratch set.  Bowling on lanes three and four, Horton started the night hot with a 223 during the first game of the match.  The next game Horton fished for a new line that would be consistent enough to end the night on a high note.  After searching the entire second game, Horton’s fishing paid off, as he strung eleven strikes in a row to complete the night with an amazing 299 game just one pin shy of the coveted perfect 300.   Horton’s teammate and daughter, Jessica, had an above average nigh as well with scores of 159 and 180 on her 138 average.  Penny Shelton pitched with games of 176 and 178, while the team’s anchorman, Gene Shelton, rolled games of 181, 179 and 162 on his 153 average.   
    David Soeder led his team, X-It, to three wins with his 705 scratch set on lanes thirteen and fourteen.  Soeder bagged games of 235 and 300 to boost his team sole possession of fourth place in the team standings.  Soeder’s 300 was the only perfect game shot for the week.  
    Justin Haggerty revived his game this week with a notable 704 three game scratch series.  Haggerty and his team, Amy’s Toy Box, took all four possible wins with the aid of his 257, 226 and 221 scores.  Amy Sharp posted the women’s second high set of the night with her 603 series helping Haggerty to victory.  
    Brandi Harvey blew away her competition Tuesday night with her 618 three game scratch set, enough to claim high series in the women’s division.  On scores of 242 and 208, Harvey led her team, Who Cares, to four wins.
 
Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Alan Hague placed runner up Thursday night with his 742 three game scratch series.  The Classic lanes leadoff bowler tossed games of 268, 247 and 227 to help his team take three wins for the match.  
    Darreyl Dixon matched his Sunday night performance while competing on lanes three and four the men’s league Thursday night.  Dixon’s 720 scratch set was his third 700 series of the season and his third consecutive 700 series in the last three outings.  Dixon, in the past, was one of the most dominant athletes competing at Classic Lanes and has seemed to have found his vitality for the sport again.  Dixon improved with every game Thursday night, firing scores of 225, 247 and 248 on his 193 individual average.  It is good to see Dixon back on his “A” game and we look forward to many more accomplishments during the remainder of the season.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.   
  

 

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