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Bowling league Report for Jan. 16

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Dickie Harrison set the tone early Thursday night with an incredible 290 game to start the session.

  Harrison fired 11 strikes in a row to clinch his first sanctioned honor score of the 2013-2014 season.  The Harrison’s Crew anchorman completed the three game set with a 705 scratch series and led his team to three wins for the match.  
    Harrison’s teammate, Chris Brooks, along with father-son duo Eddie and Armin Ayers pitched in with three game sets of 667, 570 and 634.  Brooks recorded scores of 212, 234 and 221 on his 201 individual average, while Eddie and Armin compiled games of 247-212-210-209 enabling the team to seize first place in the second quarter position round of the fall season.  
    Tarry Davison’s 777 scratch set, that included 28 strikes, proved to be the high series from all the league action this week at Classic Lanes.  Davison struggled early but was able to get lined up quick and shoot back to back 279 games and run away with three wins for the match.

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    The Broncos/Rams took three of the four possible wins up for grabs Sunday night on the heels of their anchorman, Kelly Shields, 684 scratch set.  Shields snatched games of 236, 214 and 234 to end the evening 70 pins above his average for series.  
    Wes Campbell got in on the action with a solid 666 three game scratch set that included games of 236 and 226 on his 207 individual average.  Campbell’s effort improved his individual average to a 208 after Sunday’s match play.  
    James Allen led his Vikings/Colts to three wins with his 689 three game scratch set.  Allen posted games of 244, 213 and 232.  Roger Honea, team captain for the Cowboys/Bills, battled fiercely with scores of 232 and 223 in a 689 set but was unable to overcome the Vikings solid set, escaping with only one win.  
    The Dolphins/49ers were ready for action Sunday night nabbing an outstanding 2709 combined scratch total series.  David Strain led the team with a 721 scratch set on games of 236, 269 and 216.  Amy Sharp chipped in with the women’s high set of the night, a 651 scratch series that included a 268 game.  Allan Hague nabbed a 701 to round out the men’s high series of the night.  The team went on to take four wins and a three way tie for first place in the team standings to start the next quarter of competition in the fall session.  
    Tarry Davison captured two wins for his team, Texans/Lions, on his 732 three game scratch set.  Davison assembled games of 237, 279 and 216 on his 222 individual average.  
    Shannon Hague charted the women’s second high series during Sunday’s match play with a 639 scratch set.  

Monday Night Ladies
    Rhonda Stephens was on fire again this week booking the high series of the night, with her 607 three game scratch set, a whopping 112 ahead of second place.  Stephens, competing on a 181 average, unloaded on her opponents with scores of 208 and 225.  
    Leona Cerrtani led her team, R U Kidding, to three wins with her 460 scratch series.  Cerrtani was above par all evening posting scores of 153, 136 and 171 on her 125 average.  
    Judy Gilliland was the most consistent bowler of the night rolling games of 123, 124 and 126 for a 373 set on lanes seven and eight.  Gilliland recently won a new bowling ball from Classic Lanes during the New Year’s Eve 9-Pin No-Tap Sweeper.  Gilliland put the ball to good use, securing two wins for her team, the CB’s.  

Monday Night Trio
    Bruce Michaelson captured the Men’s second high set of the night with an impressive 703 three game scratch series.  Michaelson recorded scores of 232, 226 and 245 to help his team, the Cat’s Meow, clinch three wins from the bout.  
    Corey Ogle rounded out the men’s top scores with his 700 scratch series.  Ogle set the pace for his team, Ann & 2 Gents., bagging games of 238, 213 and 249.  Ogle’s teammate, Ann Haas rolled games of 128 and 156 to help the team take a commanding lead in the overall team standings with an extraordinary 22.5-9.5 record for the second quarter of the fall season.  
    Shannon Hague charted the only women’s 600 of the evening with a 627.  Hague’s games of 215 and 234 permitted her team to take three of the four possible wins for the night.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Allan Hague led the league this week with a 749 scratch set while competing on lanes three and four.  Hague helped his team take three wins with his scores of 279, 245 and 225.  Hague’s 279 to start the night was also the men’s high game for the evening.  
    Duwayne Benson led his team to victory with his 694 three game scratch series.  Benson, who has been struggling as of late, never missed his mark all night compiling scores of 225, 234 and 235.  Benson finished the match 76 pins above his average for series.  
    Tarry Davison booked his third 700 of the week with a 729 scratch set during Tuesday’s mixed play.  Davison rolled games of 216, 258 and 255.    
    Bruce Michaelson just missed the 700 club Tuesday night with a notable 697 three game scratch series that included scores of 232 and 257.
 
Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Shayne Wilson led the league with a solid 735 scratch series.  Wilson, no stranger to the spotlight, tossed games of 229, 247 and 259.  
    Mike Gilliland led his team, Just Do It, to three wins with his 699 three games scratch series.  Gilliland, who is beginning to get his game back on track, posted scores of 223, 256 and 220 to help his team move into a two way tie for seventh place in the team standings.  
    David VanSickle nailed a 705 scratch set on lanes eleven and twelve during men’s action Thursday night.  VanSickle shot scores of 235, 237 and 233 to grab three win for Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch.  
    Duwayne Benson posted the second high series of Thursday’s session with an incredible 732.  Benson led his team with games of 236, 230 and 266 finishing the night 126 pins above his average for series.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.

 

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