All five 700 sets came in the Thursday Men’s Commercial League.
Parmer’s 773 on games of 288-247-238 set the pace, with Edwards’s 267-256-201 for 724 accounting for the second high series of the week. Sulphur Springs High School student Pullen rolled a steady 709 on games of 232-243-234; Cline shot 237-225-244 for 706; and Jim Beard rolled 703 in a 245-233-225 block.
Becky Bowden compiled a 651 series and 266 game to set the standard for women bowlers during the week. Bowden, who carries a composite average of 200-plus, shot the hefty set in the Sunday Night Mixed on March 29. Bowden opened her set with the 266 and followed with a 203 before losing her strike line to close with 182. She began play carrying a 208 average in the Sunday league.
Other league bowlers posting admirable scores during the week included, by league:
Parmer also posted the high set of the week on March 29 with a 683 topped by a 257 game, while Alan Roberts was a stick behind at 682, which included a 243 game. Kara Dailey’s 244 game and 633 series and Ralphie Harrod’s 222 game and 588 set rounded out the top women’s scratch scoring. Deborah Crist’s 267 led the women’s handicap listing and Tera Smith logged the high handicap series with 691.
While Bowden was putting together her 651, teammate Ace Wiginton chipped in a 616 on games of 202-196-218.
Tina Crist, averaging 112 to open play, rolled a steady 128-127-136 for 391; Nathan Crist posted a 640 with a 224-202-214 block; Ralphie Harrod fired 175 and 191 games along with her 222 for the 588 after opening play with a 165 average; Alton Attaway went 40 pins over average in his 187 game; and Greg Pulllen shot a 214 game.
Mark Miller rolled a 205 game; David Strain shot 632 with a 237 game included; Allan Hague had a 213 game; Colby Pullen rolled a 607 on a 215-191-201 effort; Michael Burnett had a 214 game; Kieth Millsap, averaging 125 to open play, compiled a 456 series in a 148-147-161 outing; Robert Huggett fired a 211 game; James Allen posted a 202-223-223 block for 648; and Tera Smith fired 168-181-180 off a 132 average for her impressive 529 scratch and 691 handicap total.
Brian Stegall had a 600 even with a 226 game included; Anthony Sweat, a 641 series with a 236 closing game; Kathy VanSickle, a 201 game and 575 series; David VanSickle, a steady 619 on games of 212-200-207; Shawna Hall, averaging 150, rolled a 196 game; Brett Stovall hit 229 and 205 games in a 605 series; and Larry Stovall had 224 and 235 games in a 649 block.
Deborah Crist, averaging 139 to begin play, popped a 173 game followed by a lofty 219 in a 513 series; Karla Dailey’s 633 came on games of 194-244-195; Chad Dailey closed with a 242 game in a 652 series; Tarry Davison had a 234 game; Allan Roberts’ 682 consisted of 206-243-233 games; and Harold McClure shot a 225 game.
Monday Night Ladies
Cathy King’s 556 series and Shannon Hague’s 215 game topped the scratch scoring on March 30, while King nabbed the high handicap series honor with 643. Deborah Crist posted the high handicap game of the night, a 243, shooting a 188 scratch game off a 131 average.
Charlie Romanat was over average each game with a 457 series that included a 171 in game two after opening play with a 136 average; King’s 556 came on games of 198-160-198; Catalina Torres popped a 183 game on a 139 average; Shandell Sixberry, averaging 85, rolled a 106 game and 293 series; and Velda Dodd posted a 172 game.
Hazel Dawes put together a pair of 168 games for a 467 series off a 139 average; Rhonda Wilcox rolled a 176 game; Kelly Sutton was 40 pins over average in her opening 182 game and went on to post a 481 series; Kathy Kirkpatrick’s 178 game was 40 pins over her average; Melva Shugart, averaging 126 to begin play, fired 141-151-143 for a steady 435; and Pat Chaddick posted a 191 game and 532 series.
Cindy Butler, sporting a134 average, hit a solid 469 on games of 171-150-148; Pat Michael thumped a 190 game and 485 series off a 144 average; Erica Gammill, averaging 95, shot 112-114-104 for 330; Danilee Ogle stroked a 190 game; Pam Parmer posted a 183 game; Shannon Hague’s 215 game highlighted a 547 series; and Betty Russell shot 197 and 191 games in a 545 block.
Tuesday Night Mixed
Mike Gilliland narrowly missed a 700, carding a 692 with a 269 game, to take men’s scratch scoring honors on March 31. Becky Bowden’s second 600 of the week, a 627, led the women’s scratch competition, as did her 231 game.
Debra Sutterfield rolled the high handicap game of the night with 253 and Pam Parmer claimed high handicap series honors at 664. David Soeder’s 270 paced the men’s handicap game scoring, while Cliff Whitney posted the top handicap series score with 701.
Erma Whitney compiled a solid 531 series with games of 183-158-190; David Soeder hit a 267 game and 660 series; Cliff Whitney’s 671 scratch came on games of 235-220-2116; Vonda Douglas, averaging 136, hit a 170 game and 469 series; Pam Parmer shot 174-178-162 for 514 after opening play with a 147 average; and James Parmer fired 212-214-203 for a 629.
Mike Dunahoo posted a 222 game; Debra Sutterfield’s 207 closing game keyed a 516 series; Jason Parmer fired a 248 game and 664 series; BJ Threlkeld carded a 201 game; J.W. Skaggs a 202 game; Chuck Russell a 210; Steve Edwards a 205; Trenis Turner, averaging 134, opened with a 192 game and went on to card a 486 series, topping his average each game; and Mark Irvin also was over average each game with 140-135-160 for a 435.
Jason Keller powered out a 255 game and 670 series; Shayne Wilson hit a 237 game and 624 series; Dave Gholson’s 660 included games of 245 and 221; Jason Smith had 109 and 206 games; and Hazel Dawes, averaging 135, rolled a 502 series in a 167-156-179 outing.
Larry Siegert rolled a 213 game; Kathy VanSickle shot a 210 game; Smitty Smith had a 248 game and 633 series; Gilliland opened with 244 and followed with a 269 in his 692 set; Melissa Shelton, averaging 132, closed with a 172 game for a 428 series; Darrell Green shot 616 with 215 and 217 games; and David Strain rolled a 223 game.
Ann Wiginton rolled a 182 game; Jerry Thompson a 203; Ace Wiginton a 209; Marcella Mitchell, averaging 129, hit a 416 set with 136-135-144; and Jim Galloway posted games of 200-205-198 for a 603 set.
In addition to the 700s by Parmer, Edwards, Pullen, Cline and Beard, several other bowlers posted notable scores in April 2 action.
Ken Hood rolled a 644 series with a 227 closing game; Scott Ogle had a 203 game; Glen Taylor shot a 230 game; Zach Howser a 200; Mike Nolen a 206; Rodney Miller a 203; Russ Nuss carded a 662 with a 232-202-218 block; Dave Gholson shot 233-234-201 for 668; Bo Duncan hit a 226 game; Jason Smith had a steady 615 with a 214 high game; Neldon Smith shot a 214 game; and Mike Gilliland rolled a 685 with 203-257-225.
Mike Fletcher’s 245 opening game keyed a 636 series; Keith Ethridge shot 650 with a 326 game included; Bruce Michaelson nailed a 230 game; Jason Keller shot a 222 game; Shayne Wilson hit 234 and 239 games in a 662 set; Curtis Berringer opened with a 225 game and went on to a 553 series; and Mike Miller rolled a 201 game.
Jerry C. Thompson hit a 214 game; Jim Galloway had a 213 game; Ace Wiginton rolled a 664 series with a pair of 235 games followed by a 194; Donald Davis hit 637 with a 235 high game; Phillip Coleman, averaging 157, shot 227-168-187 for a 582; Mike Love hit a 236 game; Matt Parker a 206 game; and Jonathan Stearns shot 646 on games of 234-216-196.
James Allen recorded a 695 series with games of 242 and 256 included; Danny Burns rolled a 238 game; Richard Allen a 203; Lynn Mills a 202; Matt Arnold a 215; Turk Morgan a 222 game and 606 series; Wes Campbell shot 610 with a 222 high; Matt Lambert had a 228 game; Jeff Wright a 213 game; Joe Freeman a 226 game and 618 series; Randy Oungs fired 237 and 236 games in a 638 series; Ronnie Wooten a pair of 205 games; Buddy McClendon 213 and 215 games; and Doug Brann authored a 625 series on games of 198-213-214.
Duane Anspon hit 676 in a near-triplicate effort, firing 224-226-226; Tarry Davison had a 247 game and 647 series; Harold McClure shot a 223 game and 624 series; Vincent Smith shot 616 in a 206-212-198 set; Justin Haggerty rolled a pair of 246 games in a 640 series; Jesse Haggerty posted a 213 game; Delane Pace, averaging 128, fired a 175 game; and Tom Swingle popped a 258 game and 653 series.
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