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Taylor fires 280 game at Classic Lanes

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A sticky 4-pin may have cost Glen Taylor a perfect game, but he wasn’t complaining after league play in the Thursday Men’s Commercial league on April 9.
Bowing with the A&S Entertainment team on lanes 13-14, Taylor rolled 10 strikes in a row in the third game to card a 280, his highest sanctioned game in league play to date. Taylor, averaging 194 to open play, shot 222 and 216 games before firing the 280 for a 718 series.
Taylor’s series score was one of four 700s recorded in the Thursday league. Watkins teammates Tarry Davison and Steve Edwards rolled 752 and 738 respectively, and Neldon Smith carded a 709. Kenny Taylor shot the high handicap series for the night, a 773, with a 668 scratch set off a 166 average.
Four other 700s were posted by bowlers in two other leagues.
In the Sunday Night Mixed on April 5, another two teammates topped the 700 mark. Alan Roberts and Harold McClure of the Whistle Blowers squad stroked 758 and 712 sets respectively. The Tuesday Night Mix also yielded a pair of sevens, a 765 by Cliff Whitney and a 711 by Jason Parmer.
Betty Russell’s 649 in the Tuesday mixed league topped the women’s series scoring for the week ending April 10, with Karla Dailey firing a 624 in the Sunday Night Mixed and Shannon Hague posting a 612 in the Tuesday mixed league.
Notable scores for the week included, by league:

Sunday Night Mixed
Roberts compiled his 758 series in a 268-259-231 set, while McClure hit 219-257-236 for his 712, and teammate Tarry Davison chipped in a closing 258 game and 681 series.
Dailey, who holds the women’s season-high series at the local center with a 735 rolled earlier in the year, opened with a 178, then fired 205 and 241 for her 624.
Other solid scores posted for the week included Brett Stovall’s 233 game and 599 series; Larry Stovall’s 266 game and 657 set; Adam Thompson’s 224 game; Joey Burton’s 40-over-average effort in a 144 game; Michael Bowden’s 235 game keyed a 601 series; and James Allen shot a 224 game.
Tera Smith, averaging 138 to begin play, shot 174-146-147 for 467; Wade Crist had a 202 game off his 138 average; Justin Parmer hit 219 and 216 games in a 606 series; Nathan Crist opened with a 256 and went on to post a 641 series; Jason Parmer shot 686 on games of 245-227-214; Shannon Hague had 204 and 201 games; David Strain closed with a 246 for a 612; and Allan Hague rolled a 221 game and 636 series, hitting his average to the pin.
Sybil Galloway hit 180 and 182 games and a 519 series off her 156 average; Chad Dailey shot a 213 game; Colby Pullen a 220 game; Corey Ogle a 217 game; Ace Wiginton a 221 game and 605 series; Richard Allen, 204 and 214 games; Becky Bowden a 215 game; Debbie Miller a 180 game; Alton Attaway, a 180 game on a 147 average; and Greg Pullen opened play with a 234 game.
Shane Quinn posted 204 and 203 games; and Laura Prewitt, averaging 125, shot 157-136-179 for a solid 472.

Monday Night Ladies

Dorothy Harrison rolled the high scratch series of the night in April 6 play with a 582. That effort gave her the top handicap score for the evening at 690. Amy Sharp carded the high scratch game, a 225.
Other scores of note included Cindy Causey’s 455 series on games of 160-152-143 off a 130 average; Cindy Butler’s 479 series with 170 and 176 games on a 135 average; Tonya Moody’s 176 game and 456 set on a 137 average; and Harrison’s 582 in a 207-191-184 block after she opened play with a 154 average.
Eva Philips went 51 pins over average in her 189 in the second game; Betty Russell carded a 213 game; Kathy Kirkpatrick, averaging 138, rolled a steady 511 with games of 170-173-168; Emma Foshee hit a 194 game on a 141 average; Pat Chaddick shot a 210 game; and Rhonda Wilcox fired a 202 and went on to a 533 series, over her 162 average each game.
Debra Morgan, a 119-average bowler, shot a respectable 142 game; Deonna Watkins hit a 192 game; Sharp’s 225 in the closing game gave her a 566 series; Erika Gammill, with a 96 average, shot 106-113-124 for 343; and Donna Soeder was over average each game in a 531 series that included a 199 opening game.
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Tuesday Night Mixed
Cliff Whitney interrupted ragging me over my spare game (more specifically, the lack thereof) when he stepped up on the approach, shooting 244-267-254 for his 765. Of course, he didn’t have to contend with many spares by tossing that many strikes. Eventually I’ll get even with him…just when he least expects it.
Meanwhile, Betty Russell fired her 649 on games of 209-191-249; Jason Parmer’s 711 came on games of 207-237-267; Kathy VanSickle shot a 213 game; Smitty Smith, a 633 series with 226 and 209 games included; Justin Haggerty hit a 225 game; Debra Sutterfield closed with a 182 game for a 496 and was over her 153 average each game; and Jesse Haggery shot 689 with a 279 game in the mix.
Sybil Galloway was over average each game in a 505 series with a 185 high; Jim Galloway had a 222 game; Rick Pearce just missed a six, shooting 198-210-192 for 598; Dave Gholson hit a 222 game; Donna White carded a 214 game; Melissa Shelton popped a 187 game on a 132 average; Darrell Green fired a 270 game and 646 series; Terry Douglas rolled a 587 series with 227-169-191 off a 158 average; and James Parmer shot a 204 game.
J.W. Skaggs hit a 221 game; Chuck Russell shot 203 and 208 games and missed a 600 by just one stick; Steve Edwards popped a 650 set on games of 203-223-224; Ann Wiginton, averaging 147, shot 189-158-162 for a 509 series; Jerry Thompson had a 205 game; Ace Wiginton shot a 224 game; and David Soeder shot 215 and 239 games in a 625 series.
Jason Keller shot a 237 game; Shannon Hague’s 249 opening game keyed her 612 series; Allan Hague had 212 and 206 games; and Kay Dunahoo was 39 pins over average in her 159 game.
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While Taylor was carding his career high game, Davison hit 231-267-254 for his 752 and Edwards rolled his 738 in a 268-246-224 set. Smith put together games of 247-236-226 for his 709.
Other gunners bowling well included Lynn Mills with a 208 game; Matt Arnold, 213 game; Turk Morgan, 644 series with 235 and 227 games; Wes Campbell, 226 game; Kieth Millsap, 177 game on a 126 average; Adam Thompson, 202 game; Kenny Turner’s 773 handicap series came on games of 239-201-228 for 668 scratch; and Tom Swingle carded a 212 high game in a steady 602 series.
Justin Haggerty’s 270 in the opening game set the stage for a 630 series; Darrell Green shot a 213 game; Phillip Coleman a 217 game; Mike Love, 257 and 203 games in a 641 series; Matt Parker, 221 and 237 games in a 620 set; Jonathan Stearns just missed a 700 with 215-246-237 for 698; Larry Stovall had a 605 series with a 216 high game; Danny Burns shot 201-221-234 for 656; and Brett Stovall fired a 226 game and 604 series.
Mike Fletcher shot a 268 game and 633 series; Keith Ethridge rolled a 213 game; Jason Keller had a 682 series in a 223-246-213 set; Rocky Propes closed with a 258 for a 617 series; Buddy McClendon hit a 201 game; Zach Howser fired a 234 opening game and went on to a 626 series; Rodney Miller fired a 655 with a steady 214-217-222 block; Russ Nuss posted a 226 game; Colby Pullen, a 224; Greg Pullen, a 249 game and 650 series; Charles Harred a 212 game; and Ken Hood rolled a 214 game.
David VanSickle shot 205 and 208 games; Ace Wiginton a 210; Duane Anspon a 234 game; Vincent Smith, 206 and 213 games; Dave Gholson a 211 game and 617 series; Bo Duncan, a 681 on games of 234-213-234; Mike Gilliland, a 227 game; and Roy Schutz hit a 266 game and 658 series.
Brian Gammill posted a 210 game; Joe Bell a 203; Scott Ogle, a 650 series on games of 232-190-225; Randy Youngs, a 258 game and 651 series; Jim Beard, a 214 game; Koy Cline, a 208 game; and Curtis Berringer and Mike Miller each had 200 even games.
 

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