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Bowling league report for Feb. 11

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Amy Sharp led the women this week at Classis Lanes with a massive 677 three game scratch set, shot during the Monday Night Trio league.


     Sharp, starting the competition on a 192 average, unloaded scores of 246 and 257 to help her team, 2 Dolls & a Ball, claim all four possible wins for the contest.  Sharp’s effort also pushed her into sole possession of the women’s high average, for Monday night, with a 194.29  
    Jason Keller charted the men’s top series for the week ending Feb. 6, with a solid 719 scratch set.  Keller, who has been in a bit of a drought this season, was desperately close to a perfect game this week shooting a 279 during the second game of the match.  Keller added games of 210 and 230 to help his team take two wins for the session.  

Super Bowl Post Bowl
    Kelly Shields managed to put together back to back 700 series while competing in the Super Bowl Post Bowl league.  Shields, no slouch on the lanes, never missed his target all evening recording scores of 256, 210 and 245.  The Broncos/Rams anchorman amassed enough pins to carry his team to a flawless victory and jump four positions in the team standings, into a four way tie for third place.  Damion Shields, following his father’s lead, collected his third 600 series of the fall season, nabbing a respectable 615 three game scratch set that included games of 214 and 208.  
    Kathleen Walker set the pace for the women’s division Sunday with her 623 scratch series fired on lanes nine and ten.  Walker, who has been out for several weeks, was above her 191 individual average all evening with scores of 196, 215 and 212.  Walker’s teammate, Susan Shelton, just missed 600 with her 594 scratch effort that included a colossal 234 during the third game of the bout.  
    Chuck Russell and Larry Stovall led their teams to victory Sunday night with three game scratch sets of 616 and 676.  Russell slaughtered his opponents with games of 212, 198 and 206, while Stovall tossed games of 228 and 268 to help his Eagles/Chiefs take four wins.  Russell’s Saints/Steelers clinched three wins and sole possession of fourth place in the team standings.  

Monday Night Trio
    Debbie Essary, newcomer to Classic Lanes, has wasted no time getting right to business.  Essary posted her second 600 series in the past two weeks during Monday’s mixed play.  Essary, a Paris native, booked games of 204 and 225 in a solid 610 three game scratch set.  
    Allan Hague led his team, Ann & 2 Gents., to four wins on his 710 scratch series.  Hague boasted games of 270 and 235 to complete the night 29 pins above his average for series.  
    Tammy Honea took the helm for her team, The Replacements, bagging games of 170, 173 and 160 on her 146 individual average.  Honea’s performance pushed the team into a two way tie for first place in the team standings.
 
Monday Night Ladies
    Rhonda Stephens charted the top set of the evening with her 527 thee game scratch effort.  Competing on lanes three and four, Stephens led her team, the Lake Fork Hookers, to take two wins with her scores of 178, 193 and 156.  
    Stephens teammate, Pat Chaddick, took runner-up honors Monday night during ladies competition after rolling a 483 three game scratch set.  Chaddick nailed games of 184 and 164 on her 158 individual average.  
    Amy Austin grabbed the third place high series spot due to a solid 454 scratch set.  Austin captured one win for her team, Shudda Been, on her scores of 159, 146 and 149.  

Tuesday Night Mixed
    Donna Soeder mixed it up Tuesday night shooting an alarming 565 three game scratch set.  Soeder was on target the whole match, bowling games of 182, 172 and 211 on her 170 individual average.  Soeder’s 211 during the third game of the match was just enough to claim third high game for the women Tuesday.  
    Adam Thompson decimated his opponents Tuesday night with his over the top 628 three game scratch series.  Thompson, competing on a 187 average, tossed games of 201, 228 and 199 to enable his team, Westbrook Concrete, to take all four possible wins.  
    Gary Ross led his Underdogs to three wins on his 601 three game scratch series that included an extraordinary 233 shot during the first game of the match.  
    Eva Phillips and Rachel Myers took over the driver’s seat for their teams shooting scratch sets of 466 and 512.  Phillips, a veteran competitor at Classic Lanes, rolled games of 154, 153 and 159 to end the contest 70 pins above her average for series and help her team, Irish Pride, take four wins in the process.  
    Myers clinched three wins for her team, Who Cares, after firing scores of 147, 201 and 164 on her 146 individual average.
 
Thursday Men’s Commercial
    Larry Stovall continued his dominance from Sunday’s session into Thursday’s men’s action rolling an outstanding 682 three game scratch series on scores of 235, 227 and 220.  
    Danny Weems, leadoff bowler for Over & Under, bowled games of 189, 162 and 193 permitting his team to take two wins for the match.      
    Neldon Smith, of Just Do It , charted a solid 643 scratch set that included games of 212 and 225.  Smith’s teammate, Dave Gholson, pitched in with scores of 246, 210 and 196 for a 652 scratch series.  The duo enabled their team to take two wins for the night and move into a two way tie for fifth place in the team standings.  
    Justin Parmer, advertising director at Classic Lanes, submitted this report.
    

 

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