Tarry Davison set the lanes on fire Thursday night with his first career 800 series.
Davison jumped out of the gate with a 289 game that had 10 strikes in a row, then followed up with a 276 and 256 to post an 821. Davison struck 28 out of 36 possible strikes in his first three games. Dewayne Roach just missed a perfect game with a 299 during Thursday night’s competition.
Roach opened the night with a game of 191 then progressively followed up with 221 and 299. Roach had a 711 series for the night. Allan Hague, owner of Classic Lanes, had his highest career game of 298 to start the night on Thursday. Hague had 11 strikes in a row and just missed 300 with his eight count on his last ball of the game.
David Strain fired a 715 series during Tuesday night’s action with games of 248, 229 and 238. Strain was 28 pins above his average of 210 for the night. Strain helped his team capture all four games of the competition. Amy Sharp and Debbie Miller continue to set the pace for the women at the center. Both were well above average for the week. Miller posted games of 192, 189, and 245 for a 626 series. Miller finished 16 pins above her average. Sharp, carrying her team for the week, shot an impressive 634 series. Sharp, pumped for Tuesday’s action, rolled games of 244 and 227 ending the night with 13 pins above her average with a 211. Richard Bursby went into Sunday with a 174 average and closed his set with 217. Bursby started the night off by shooting 62 pins above his average with a game of 236 and then followed right up with a 230. Bursby finished the night with an overall 129 pins above average and a 651 series. Other solid efforts for the week included, by league:
Sunday Night Mixed
Darrin Brown started the night slow but put forth a solid effort in the second game with a 259. Vernon Wilkins posted games of 206 off of a 159 average and followed with another 200 game. Michael Bowden went into Sunday play with 151 average and fired a 203 game.
Justin Haggerty rolled a solid 218 on a 173 average while James Allen strung games of 217, 214 and 236 for a 667 series. Mark Miller, aiming not to disappoint, shot games of 233 and 206 for his 602 series to add to his wife’s 626 series. Debra Sutterfield finished the night 51 pins above her average with a game of 193, while just four lanes over Amanda Parmer fired her highest career game of 173, 61 pins above her average of 112. Greg Pullen and Chad Dailey shot a pair of 625 series during Sunday night‘s competition. Pullen rolled games of 233 and 201 off his 174 average while Dailey compiled games of 203, 198 and 224. Pullen’s anchor man, Larry Stovall, held his team up with games of 243 and 204 for a 620 set.
Kellie Booth shot steady games of 139-149-141 off her 119 average. Booth finished the night 72 pins above her average. Teammate Tera Smith followed the pace set by Booth, firing games of 141 and 165 to end play 66 pins above her 120 average.
B.J. Threlkeld rolled a 153 game on a 116 average.Jason Parmer shot 210 to help his team win four games. Jim Galloway fired a 207 for his third game. Erika Gammill compiled a 162 game to finish the night 63 pin over her average.
Tuesday Night Mixed Doubles
David Soeder opened Tuesday night’s play with a 223 average and finished the evening with 236. Soeder shot games of 235, 269 and 206 for a 710 series, one of only two for the week, making it difficult for his opponents to win a game.
Larry White rolled games of 220 and 202 off his 174 average. Donna White proved she was the consistent bowler on the husband and wife team, shooting games of 177 and 179 off her 176 average. Michael Burnett strung games of 197, 227 and 215 for his 639 series. Burnett ended Tuesday’s action 132 pins over his average. Oh We Got This! team member Amber Sharp rolled games of 188 and 163 during doubles play. With the addition of Sharp’s 188 game, she finished the night 34 pins over her average. Jason Parmer, the second member of the team, showed up for moral support.
Husband and wife Duo Jim and Sybil Galloway fought for a hard-earned two games against Amy and Ken Sharp. The Galloways rolled games of 235 and 191 off of their 211 and 163 averages while the Sharps held steady with games of 244 and 227. We won’t tell that both games were from Amy. Joe Bell and Greg Pullen shot a pair of 660 series during Tuesday’s action. Bell fired games of 247 and 227 to help he and his wife, Kathy, win four games. Kathy started the night with a 132 average and rolled games of 144 and 139. Greg Pullen took the driver’s seat this week for his team, posting games 203 and 260 off of a 176 average. Pullen and Rhonda Wilcox were able to take three games from their opponent. Colby Pullen started off the night 55 pins over his 202 average with 257. Chuck Russell rolled a respectable set of 583 with games of 191, 199 and 193. Jesse Haggerty rolled a 206 while his wife, Sabrina, shot games of 170 and 159 for a series of 444. Rick Teer rolled two games over his 99 average with 117 and 114. Corey Ogle fired games of 204 and 200. Ogle’s wife, Danilee, rolled games of 188, 176, and 181 off a 140 average.
Thursday Men’s Trio
Mike Love went into Thursday night’s action with a 215 average and finished the night with a 219.
Love opened play with a 234 and finished with 276 for a 686 series. Brother Cory finished the night 104 pins above his 139 average with a 660 series after four games. Cory rolled games of 163, 157, 172 and 168. Love’s anchorman, David Holt, helped the team win four games with his games of 271, 226, and 195. Holt finished the night 116 pins over his average.
Trenis Turner started the night with a 157 average and rolled games of 232 and 186. Just two lanes over Bruce Michaelson and Shayne Wilson shot a pair of 237 games. Wilson added a game of 236 to the mix to help he, Michaelson and Hague to win three games.
Smitty’s Bunch team members Duane Anspon and Neldon “Smitty” Smith fired respectable 600 series during Thursday’s action. Anspon, After a three game set, shot 655 with games of 245 and 211 while Smith rolled a 669 with games of 228 and 227. Newcomer Tony Moffe Fired a 716 series after three games. Moffe, who recently moved from New York, strung games of 256, 237 and 223. Teammate Joe Bell rolled games of 266 and 257 to help the team take all five games. Justin Haggerty shot over his 192 average all night with games of 211, 222, 210 and 244. Haggerty finished the night 119 pins over his average and carried his team to win three games. Ronnie Wooten fired a 601 series off his 187 average with games of 238 and 191. Jason Keller rolled a 268 and 258. Phillip Coleman took a break from the television on lanes 7 and 8 long enough to roll games of 214 and 200 and finish the night with a series of 602.
Coleman’s teammates Charles Harred and Curtis Sewell fired games 224, 245, 236 and 205. Jason Parmer had a forth game of 213.
On the same lanes Paul Davault rolled a 226 in the second game. Father and son duo, Greg and Colby Pullen, both were above average for the night with their series of 675 and 636.
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