Also opening the summer leagues with a 733 on the Sunday Night Mixed League was James Allen. Allen was close yet again to a perfect game with a 279 effort. Allen has been on fire since the close of the fall leagues. To close out Allen’s 733 series he also shot 249 and 205.
Barely missing the 700 mark were veteran bowlers, Allan Hague, Chad Dailey and David Soeder. Hague put together a 688 series including games of 278, 223 and 187 during Tuesday’s action. Dailey put forth a strong effort with a 677 series. Soeder strung games of 237, 213 and 220 for a 670 series.
Jason Keller opened Thursday night men’s Trio League with a near perfect game. Keller shot 299 in his first game of a four game set. Keller put together a scratch series of 1016 and set an average for the night of 254.
Two of our women from the mixed leagues were knocking on 600s door. Angela Allen and Amy Sharp both posted solid series for the week. During Sunday night’s competition Allen paced the women with a 597, including games of 191, 192 and 214. Sharp lead the pack for the women on Tuesday night with a scratch series of 595.
Other notable efforts for the week ending June 11 included, by league:
Sunday Night Mixed
Debbie Miller opened her set with a 215, the highest game shot by the women during Sunday’s action. Becky Bowden put together games of 170, 213 and 194 for a series of 577.
Karla Dailey and Deonna Watkins rounded out the women’s top bowlers of the night. Dailey fired games of 185, 173 and 200 for her 558 series. Just behind Dailey was Watkins with a 551 series.
Anthony Sweat posted the third highest scratch series for the men with a 642. Sweat’s series included games of 207, 222 and 213. Nipping at Sweat’s heels was Mark Miller with a 635 series and 234 for his first game.
Returning to game after a nine year absence was Dale Watkins. Proving that remembering how to bowl is similar to riding a bike, Watkins set a respectable 204 average for the opening night. Watkins came right out of the gate with a solid game of 231 followed by a 182 and 201.
Tuesday Night Mixed Doubles
Tuesday night’s action kicked off this week with several husband and wife teams competing in the league. One of the teams that competed well Tuesday night was husband and wife team Ken and Amy Sharp. Ken fired a 615 series with a respectable first game of 245, while Amy narrowly missed 600 with a 595 series, which included a 236 third game.
Corey and Danilee Ogle had a combined handicap series of 1317 for the night that included games of 267 and 257 from Corey and a 174 game from Danilee.
David Strain set the pace for his team with a 630 series that included games of 257 and 203, his wife Dana steadily increased every game with 121, 132 and 145.
David and Donna Soeder put together a solid set with a handicap series of 1279 including games of 237, 220, 213 and 180.
Jim Galloway and his wife Sybil compiled a handicap series of 1233. Jim posted games of 232 and 214, while Sybil was the consistent of the pair posting games of 161, 162 and 166.
Father and son duo Greg and Colby Pullen, along with Harold McClure, compiled a scratch series of 2600 on Thursday night. The trio strung games of 267, 254, 251, 246, 226, 220 and 202 for the four game series. The set was strong enough to win four out of five games.
McClure set a 241 average for the night while Pullen set a respectable 238. Jason Parmer rolled a 922 series including games of 266, 248 and 241. Parmer closed the night with a 230 average.
C N C teammates Charles Harred, Phillip Coleman, and Curtis Sewell fired games of 260, 222, 212, 216, 217, and 208. Harred posted a 221 average for the night.
Smitty’s Bunch took three out of five games with a scratch series of 2556. Neldon Smith contributed a 220 average to the team’s effort while Dave Gholson and Duane Anspon fired a 218 and 200. The trio posted games 237, 225, 216 and 215.
The Three Stooges, Jason Parmer, Jesse and Justin Haggerty, won four of their five games on Thursday. Parmer posted a 230 average for the night while Jesse put up a 201. Larry Stovall set a 220 average. Stovall’s set included games of 261, 220 and 216 proving that the “old timers” can still hang.
Other bowlers that fared well this week included Mark Miller with 611 series including a 221 game. Darren Brown rolled a 626 set in a 224-199-203 block. Brian Gammill set a 209 average with a 629 series. Buddy McClendon strung games of 233, 202 and 200. Bruce Michaelson averaged 212 with a 664 series including games 228, 225 and 211. Shayne Wilson set a 206 average. Mike Love shot games of 246 and 219 for a 215 average. Colby Strain bowled games of 228 and 211.
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