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Bowling league report for Dec. 26

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Sunday’s Super Bowl Post Bowl league produced this week’s top scores and leading the way was Joey Davila with an awesome 755 three game scratch set.  Davila, with a 203 individual average, led his team to four wins on his games of 233, 279 and 243.  The Packers improved to a .500 team after Sunday’s victory much like their NFC North pro pick.  

    Susan Shelton recorded the only women’s 600 set of the week during Sunday’s mixed play.  On a 194 average, Shelton bagged games of 202 and 226 to move her into sole possession of first place on the women’s high average board, with a 195.35.  
    Other notable scores for the week included:

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Jason Keller finished a close second for the men’s high series Sunday night with his 751 three game scratch effort on lanes one and two.  Keller, who has struggled as of late, managed to post games of 219, 263 and 269 helping his team to three of the four possible wins for the match.  
    Keller’s teammate, Neldon Smith, tossed the third high set of the evening with his 736 scratch performance.  Smith was steady all night shooting scores of 257, 256 and 223 on his 221 individual average.  Evan Tinney pitched in with a 668 three game scratch series that included games of 236 and 226 on his 192 average.  
    Classic Lanes Hall of Fame bowler, Wes Campbell, booked one the seven 700 series shot during Sunday’s mixed action.  Campbell was above par all evening with scores of 236, 255 and 209.  Campbell’s son and teammate, Kelly Shields, just missed the 700 mark with his 696 effort that included games of 235 and 279.  
    Shayne Wilson took his game off life support this week, firing a 703 three game scratch series.  Wilson, who has been in a slump since the beginning of the fall season, charted scores of 232, 246 and 225 on his 223 individual average.  
    Darreyl Dixon, one of Classic Lanes most dominant bowlers as of late, recorded his fifth 700 series of the season during the Super Bowl Post Bowl league.  Dixon rolled two impressive games of 265 and 249 to lift his team to take two wins for the session.  
    Allan Hague joined Sunday night’s 700 club with his 721 three game scratch series.  Hague led his Dolphins to three wins on his games of 265, 211 and 245.  Hague’s solid effort catapulted him to the top of the men’s high average list, with a 229.77.

Monday Night Ladies
    Amy Austin led the ladies this week, during Monday’s competition, with an above average 533 three game scratch series.  Austin, who is in her rookie season, nabbed games of 202, 165 and 166.  Austin’s 202 during the first game was just enough to place third on the women’s high game board for the evening.  
    Austin’s teammate, Cathy King, placed second for the session with a 532 scratch set on lanes five and six.  King charted a notable 210 to start the night and followed up with a pair of 161 games to finish the night 31 pins above her average for series.  
    The Lake Fork Hookers ran away with four amazing wins Monday night due in part to Rhonda Stephens and Pat Chaddick’s 500 series.  Stephens 522 set included the high game of the night with her 221 shot during the second game of the set.  
    Chaddick chipped in on the team’s good fortune with her 509 three game scratch series that included a solid 195 game.  The team climbed into sole possession of first place in the team standings with a stunning 20 and 4 record.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Jesse McFarland posted his first 600 series of the season during Tuesday’s mixed action.  McFarland’s 605 three game scratch set helped his team, Looney Pins, take three of the four possible wins up for grabs.  McFarland opened the night with a 224 and followed up with games of 174 and 207 on his 155 individual average.  
    After a dismal start to the week, Tarry Davison amped his game up a notch Tuesday night to roll a 716 three game scratch set.  Davison tossed games of 268 and 235 to rally his team, the Underdogs, to a four win victory and second place in the team standings.  
    Gene Shelton led his team to three wins on his outstanding 589 three game scratch set.  Shelton, leadoff bowler for The Avid Reader, nailed games of 201 and 223 on his 157 individual average.  
    Sisco Zarco completed Tuesday’s mixed play 83 pins above his average for series with solid games of 213 and 180.  Zarco, with a 160 average, bumped his team into sole possession of ninth place in the team standings.  
    Ann Wiginton led her team, Irish Pride, to three wins on her exceptional 502 three game scratch set.  Wiginton booked games of 160, 183 and 159 on her 148 average, placing her team in a four way tie for eighth place in the team standings.  

Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Jason Parmer led the Men’s Commercial league this week with his 663 three game scratch set, while competing on lanes three and four.  Parmer rolled games of 211, 244 and 208, enough to finish the match 30 pins above his average for series.  
    Lonnie Austin charted his first 600 set in several weeks of competition while bowling on lanes one and two Thursday night.  Austin bagged games of 192 and 245 on his 188 average, helping his team take two wins from the bout.  
    Juan Peralta just missed the 600 mark with his 596 three game scratch effort.  Peralta, in his sophomore season on the Men’s Commercial league, shot scores of 201, 186 and 209 on his 171 average.  Peralta helped his team, Find the Way, to a flawless victory and move into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
    Classic Lanes lost one our dear friends this week.  Buddy McClendon was a dedicated league competitor that was always ready to participate in any event at the center.  McClendon cared for his fellow bowlers and has bowled on the Men’s Commercial league for more than a decade and took every opportunity to engage in tournaments and extra activities at Classic Lanes, not necessarily just to compete but for the fellowship of those that he considered an extended family.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.




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