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Bowling league report for Dec. 31

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Jason Keller used every weapon in his arsenal to post an amazing 792 three game scratch series, during the Thursday Men’s Commercial league.  Keller, competing on a 227 individual average, was dialed in all night firing games of 258, 277 and 257 to help his team, The King Pins, take a three-game victory for the evening.  

    Other notable scores for the week ending Dec. 26, 2013 include:

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Allan Hague’s 769 three game scratch set was enough to garner the men’s top series during Sunday’s mixed action.  Hague and his team, the Dolphins, collected four incredible wins on his games of 266, 265 and 238.  Hague finished the night 82 pins above his average for series and boosted his team into second place in the team standings, just two games out of first with the third position round of the season coming up next week.   
    The Packers were in dire need of a winning session this week and the team’s captain, Shayne Wilson, was able to come to their rescue.  Wilson rolled an awesome 720 scratch series that included games of 258 and 256.  Wilson’s teammates, Kathleen Walker and Susan Shelton, pitched in with sets of 622 and 630.  
    Walker charted scores of 215 and 243, while Shelton fired games of 198 and 278 on her 195 average.  Shelton’s 278 included eleven of the twelve strikes needed for a perfect game.  
    Tarry Davison led his Texans to sweep their competition Sunday night with his 690 three game scratch effort.  Davison, competing on a 222 individual average, booked a pair of 226 games and a 238 to boost his team into third place in the team standings.  

Monday Night Trio
    Ann Haas helped her team, Ann & 2 Gents, amass four wins Monday night with her 424 three game scratch series.  Haas recorded scores of 135, 154 and 135 on her 123 average.  Allan Hague, the team’s anchorman, nabbed the high set of the night with his 716 scratch performance on lanes 13-14.  
    Justin Haggerty tossed the second high series of the night with his 680 three game scratch set.  Haggerty started the night hot with games of 242 and 257 to help his team take all four possible wins for the session.  
    The Replacements decimated their competition during Monday’s action with their combined 1,746 scratch total.  Tammy Honea rolled a solid 469 three game scratch set that included games of 160 and 163.  Roger Honea bagged an impressive 666 set on games of 278 and 212.  Jim Williams added games of 213 and 215 in his 611 series to help the team run away with four wins.  

Monday Night Ladies
    Team Shoulda Been mangled their competition Monday night with a combined 1776 scratch total series.  Carrie Robinson, the team’s leadoff bowler, nabbed games of 145 and 142 on her 123 average.  Mary Crabb, a veteran of the Monday Night Ladies league, tossed games of 141 and 171, while Amy Austin added a respectable 177 to the mix.  It was the team’s anchor bowler Cathy King which brought the heat, firing an extraordinary 231 during the first game of the match.  The team took three wins for the night and moved into sole possession of second place in the team standings.
    Dawn Cerrtani led her team, R U Kidding, to take two wins on her 444 three game scratch series.  Cerrtani unloaded games of 159, 141 and 144 to end the match a whopping 129 pins above her average for series.  
    Hazel Dawes took the reins for her team, Roll On, during ladies competition Monday night posting a 453 three game scratch set.  Dawes, with a 125 individual average, nailed games of 138, 188 and 127 to help her team walk away with two wins for the evening.  

Thursday Men’s
    Shayne Wilson rallied his game late in Thursday’s  men’s action to complete the night with the second best series of the meet, with his 705 scratch series.  Wilson started the night slow but was able to refocus quickly and shoot games of 246 and 275 to finish the bout with three wins for his team.
    Justin Haggerty led his team to a flawless victory during men’s competition Thursday night with his 705 scratch set.  Haggerty rolled games of 257, 237 and 211 to complete the match 78 pins above his average for series and boost his team, The Haggerty’s, into two way tie for sixth place.  
    Lonnie Austin took his team to victory circle Thursday with his 672 three game scratch set on his 189 individual average.  Austin tossed notable games of 231, 204 and 237 to lead his team to all four possible wins and finish the evening 105 pins above his average for series.

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




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