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Bowling league report for Dec. 17

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Shayne Wilson tossed his first perfect game of the fall season during the Thursday Men’s Commercial league.  Wilson, competing on a 216 average, booked a 718 three game scratch series that included games of 218 and 300.  Wilson and his team, The King Pins, took three wins and moved into fourth place in the team standings.  


    Other notable score for the week ending December 12, 2013 include:

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    The Dolphins took an impressive four win victory Sunday night on Amy Sharp’s 660 scratch set.  Sharp, the team’s anchor bowler, rolled games of 205 and 267 on her 189 individual average.  Sharp’s teammate, Allan Hague, bagged the men’s third high set of the session with his 747 scratch series on lanes three and four.
    Darreyl Dixon nabbed his fourth consecutive 700 series during Sunday’s mixed play, with a 718 three game scratch set.  Dixon led his team, the Vikings, to three wins on his scores of 236, 225 and 257.  Dixon’s surge over the last two weeks has propelled him into second place on the men’s most improved average board with a 15.02 pin improvement of his 189 starting average.
    Jason Keller took his Seahawks to four incredible wins on his 750 three game scratch set Sunday.  Keller was on target on evening, firing games of 247, 279 and 224.  Keller completed the match 75 pins above his average for series and boosted his team into a two way tie for second place in the team standings.  
    The Packers anchorman, Shayne Wilson, charted the men’s high series of the night with his 770 three game scratch set.  Wilson, with a 220 average, never missed his mark Sunday, rolling games of 259, 244 and 267 to end the session 110 pins above his average for series.  

Monday Night Trio
    Jason Harvey, competing on a 216 average, led his team to three wins with scores of 234, 222 and 247.  Harvey’s 703 scratch set was the men’s high series of the evening.  Harvey helped his team, Smuckers’ Boys, climb into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.  
    Amy Sharp posted her second 600 set of the week and the only 600 set from the women’s division Monday night, with an awesome 621 three game scratch series.  The 2 Dolls & a Ball team captain booked two amazing scores of 236 and 227 on her 194 individual average.

Monday Night Ladies
    Rhonda Stephens recorded the high series of the night with her 580 three game scratch effort while competing on lanes seven and eight.  Stephens was above her 181 all evening individual average with games of 206, 191 and 183.  
    Amy Austin led her team to half of the four wins available Monday night with her 516 three game scratch series.  Austin launched her team, Shoulda Been, into sole possession of third place in the team standings wither scores of 178, 158 and 180.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    David Soeder posted the high set of the week with his 773 three game scratch set during Tuesday’s mixed action.  Soeder, competing on a 214 average, charted scores of 280, 235 and 258 to finish the night 131 pins above his average for series. Soeder’s 280 game included 10 strikes in a row.  
    Tarry Davison posted a consistent 718 three game scratch series on lanes 11 and 12.  Davison rolled games of 236, 248 and 234 to help his team, the Underdogs, take all four possible wins for the bout.  
    Jason Parmer took third place in the men’s division Tuesday night with his 709 scratch series.  Parmer, with a 212 individual average, nailed games of 258 and 257 to ascend to the top of a five way tie for eighth place in the team standings.

Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Tarry Davison, the league’s high average bowler with a 230 individual average, shot scores of 221, 259 and 268 for a 748 scratch series.  Davison helped his team, Champs!, to a three win victory and sole possession of sixth place in the team standings.  
    Mike Gilliland just missed the 700 mark with his 696 three game scratch set.  Gilliland took the reins for his team, Just Do It, shooting scores of 227, 258 and 211.  The team took three for the evening Gilliland ended the set 30 pins above his average for series.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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