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Two bowlers post honors marks

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Shayne Wilson cracked the coveted 800 series mark and Colby Pullen fired a 297 game to put honor scores on the recap sheets at Classic Lanes during the week ending Feb. 27.
Wilson’s lofty set, the first 800 series of the season for the local center, came in the Thursday Men’s Commercial league on Feb. 26, while Pullen rolled his big game on Feb. 22 in Sunday Night Mixed action.
Wilson, bowling with the King Pins team on lanes 13-14, opened with a 267 game, followed that with a 256 and then rolled a 279 in the final game for an 802 series, an average of 267.33 pins per game. Wilson went into the night’s set with the top average for the season at Classic Lanes, toting a lofty 232. The 802 put Wilson in sole possession of high scratch series for the year in the league, breaking the 798 mark he shared with Jason Keller and Steve Edwards.
Pullen, a student at Sulphur Springs High School who came through the junior bowling program at the center, shot his honor score game at the other end of the house, lanes 1-2, in the first league of the week.
Averaging 188 at the beginning of play in the Sunday Night Mixed, Pullen rolled 198 and 216 games before firing 11 strikes in a row to open the third game. On his final ball and facing the prospect of a perfect game, he was a couple of boards off the pocket, got no help from the kickbacks, and left three pins standing.
Pullen’s big game boosted him to a 711 series for the night, the third 700 or better of his bowling career. The 297 should qualify him for a national award from USBC and possibly an award from the Dallas Bowling Association, the affiliated local governing body for men at Classic Lanes.
The two weren’t the only bowlers who did well during the week. Other notable scores, by league, included:

Sunday Night Mixed
While Pullen was firing his 711 series, Harold McClure and Chad Dailey also broke the 700 mark with 717 and 715 respectively.
Becky Bowden’s 677 series and 239 game paced the women’s scratch scoring, while Kellie Booth claimed the high handicap game of the night with a 241.
Bowden’s set came on games of 216-239-222. She got some help from her teammates as Ace Wiginton shot a 213 game, Richard Allen had 207 and 230 games and Angela Allen chipped in a 221 game.
McClure strung games of 237-257-223 for his 717, while Dailey fired 246-224-245 for his 715.
One of the more impressive efforts of the evening came from Robert Huggett, who fired a 258 to go 104 pins over average in his final game. Kellie Booth’s 175 game on a 117 average highlighted a 426 series as she shot over average each game.
Others posting hefty scores included Danilee Ogle, with 187 and 181 games in a 523 series off a 157 average; Corey Ogle shot a 222 game; Michael Burnett, a 221 game; Tarry Davison, a 236 game; Alan Roberts, 223 and 257 games in a 638 set; Jason Parmer, a 215 game; David Strain, a 224 game; and Allan Hague, a 244 game and 670 set.
Brett Stovall posted a 225 game and 615 series; Larry Stovall, 222 and 233 games for a 603; Wes Crist, a 225 game; Greg Pullen, 607 with a 225 high; Shane Quinn, a 200-even game; Kevin Booth, a 226 game; Nathan Crist, a 627 series with a 255 game included; James Allen, 205-194-235 for 634; and Tera Smith, averaging 117, was 41 pins over in her 179 opening game.
Debbie Miller posted a 203 game; Amber Burnett had a 181 game and 519 set; and Kathy VanSickle rolled a 225 game.

Monday Night Ladies
Tonya Moody fired a 253 scratch game, well over her 137 average, giving her a 303 handicap game total, while Betty Russell just missed a 600 with a 596 scratch set, producing a 656 handicap series.
Joy Hoekstra compiled a 374 series on a 112 average; Kathy Kirkpatrick opened play on a 137 average and fired 160-173-172 for a 505; Cindy Causey, averaging 128, had games of 158 and 156 in a 434 effort; Velda Dodd rolled 168 and 161 games in a 451 series off a 139 average; and Hazel Dawes, sporting a 137 average, compiled a 165 game and 444 set.
Debra Morgan thumped a 403 series with a 154 high off her 119 average; Myra Crist rolled an impressive 161-186-162 for a 509 after opening play on a 138 average; Kelly Sutton, averaging 135, popped a 180 game and 465 series; Catalina Torres posted 158 and 144 before closing with a solid 179 for a 481; Martha Thompson compiled a 180 game off a 107 average; and Melva Sugart closed with a 162 game for a 422 set off her 126 average.
Cathy King rolled a 190 game and 504 series; and Cindy Butler, averaging 133, came within three sticks of a 200 game with a hefty 197 in game two and went on to post a 484 series.

Tuesday Night Mixed
Becky Bowden again paced the women’s scoring with a 217 game and 574 series, while Melissa Shelton had the high handicap game, a 245, and Betty Russell took high handicap series honors with a 660.
Jason Parmer and Tarry Davison fired the two 700 sets of the night, 712 and 710 respectively, to pace the men’s scratch scoring. Parmer built his series on games of 257-214-241 and Davison hit 259-235-216.
Jason Keller recorded a 679 series with a 257 high game; Allan Hague rolled a 246 game; Mark Irvin compiled a 431 series with a 153 high on his 128 average; the TrashMaster shot put me at 601, the first six since a 12-year layoff, with 211 and 212 games included; Justin Haggerty carded a 229 game; and Jerry Thompson rolled a 620 with 203 and 235 games included.
Smitty Smith had a consistent 628 series with a 219 high game; Mike Gililland carded a 238 game and 642 series; Betty Russell’s 567 came on games of 182-203-182; Chuck Russell hit a 211 game; Steve Edwards, games of 215 and 212; Joe Bell had a 202 game; Donna Soeder rolled a solid 204 game; David Soeder shot 227 and 236 games in a 646 set; and Cliff Whitney belted a 256 final game for a 651 series.
Sybil Galloway hit a 193 game; Jim Galloway a 211 game; Pam Parmer a 190 game; Melissa Shelton went 51 pins over average in her first game with 181 and closed with 134 and 137 for 452; Darrell Green flirted with a 700, posting games of 222-234-236 for 692; Jason Smith had 202 and 203 games; Rick Pearce carded a 211 game; and Dave Gholson compiled a 679 on games of 212-221-246.

Thursday Men’s Commercial
While Wilson was fashioning his 802 series, Zach Howser claimed high handicap game for the night with a 283 off a 264 scratch effort.
Other notable scores were compiled by Justin Haggerty with a 220 game; Ron Braswell, 218 game; Darrell Green, 214 game; Mike Love, 220 and 212 games; David Holt, 220 and 241 games in a 651 set; Red Skelton, a 246 game and 611 series; Larry Stovall, 226 game and 600-even series; Wes Crist, 217 game; James Allen, 268 game and 647 series; Danny Burns, 212 game; Colby Pullen, 203 game; Greg Pullen, 205 game; and Ken Hood, 256 game and 652 series.
Steve Edwards hit a 214 game; Harold McClure, 245 game; Vincent Smith, 207 game; Rocky Propes, over average each game with a 566 series; Ronnie Wooten, 181 game and 505 series; Buddy McClendon, 215 game; Doug Brann, 215 game; Scott Ogle, 204 game; Glen Taylor, 217; and Allan Hague, 219 game.
Lynn Mills fired a 258 game; Wes Campbell a 604 series with 214 and 234 games included; Randy Youngs, 244 game and 617 series; Jim Beard, 223 and 228 games in a 631 series; Koy Cline, 234 game; Zach Howser’s 264 anchored his 609 series; Mike Nolen, a 199 game and 554 series off a 162 average; David VanSickle, 216 game; Jim Galloway, 258 game; and Ace Wiginton, 232 game.
Keith Ethridge opened with a 234 game in a 635 series; Bruce Michaelson hit 242 to trigger a 658 set; Jason Keller, a 257 game and 663 series; Mark Smith, 256 and 224 games in a 647 set; Dave Gholson, 207 game; Jason Smith, 213 game; Neldon Smith, 226 game; and Mike Gilliland, 225 game.
L.T. Gaby rolled a 217 game; Robert Spurgeon shot 211-210-185 for 606; Curtis Berringer hit a 211 game; Dwayne Allen, averaging 163, had a 562 in a steady 195-184-183 outing; and Mike Miller rolled a 223 game.



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