Khristian Goree started junior league with a 76 average and fired a 152 during the first game. Goree followed up with games of 98 and 81 for a 331 series. With Goree’s outstanding performance, he moved into first place in the most improved boys bowler category. Goree set an average of 63 and in the last four weeks has improved to an 87 average.
James Allen shot a solid 289 game with the first 10 strikes in-a-row, just two strikes shy of having a perfect game, Allen, added games of 220 and 211 for a 720 series. Allen was 26 pins over his average with a 240 average for the evening. Bruce Michaelson led the men during Thursday night men’s play with his four-game series of 1047. Michaelson started the night off with a 268 and stayed on his mark all night with games 245, 255, and 279. Michaelson averaged 261 for the session. Karla Dailey struggled during practice on Tuesday night before a fellow bowler had her move her feet two boards left and pull her mark in some after that the party was over. Dailey, bowling off her 172 average, fired a first game of 232 and followed up with a pair of 201 games. Dailey ended the night with a 634 series, 118 pins above her average for series, and carried her team to a four-game victory.
Sunday Night Mixed
Catalina Torres went into Sunday night league action with a 136 average and booked an astonishing 558 series. Torres shot out of the gate with a 219 game. Torres struggled the second game but managed to put up a 146. Torres got back on track for the last game and bagged a 193, finishing 150 pins over average for series. Team Riff Raff exploded this week with an amazing runaway four-game victory over their opponents. B.J. Threlkeld start the night action with a 136 average and strung games of 167, 211 and 162 while teammate Richard Bursby rolled two solid games of 201 and 195. Dana Strain shot games of 159, 197 and 158 for a 514 series off her 153 average. Brain Gammill is the team’s lead off bowler and kept up with the recap sheet this week. Dale Watkins bagged a pair of 188 games and a 208 for a 584 series. Watkins was 43 pins over his average for series. Watkins led his team to win all four games. Opponent for the evening Chad Dailey charted a 670 series including games of 226 and 245. Dailey averaged 225 for the night. Shawna Hall shot a 508 series including games of 181 and 180 on her 152 average. Teammates Brett Stovall and Greg Pullen were both over their averages for series with 578 and 619. Stovall rolled games of 181, 206 and 191 while Pullen fired 216 and 221. Anchorman Larry Stovall helped the team, the Shady Bunch, to a three-win victory with his 601 series including games of 211 and 207.
Erika Gammill and Amanda Parmer helped their team win three out of four games with their 395 and 375 series. Gammill, with a 114 average, shot games of 126 and 154. Parmer rolled games of 135 and 137 on her 114 average. Parmer finished the night 33 pins above her average for series.
The Wildcats team swept their competition this week with four wins. Courtney Ogle, the team’s third bowler in the lineup, shot games of 101 and 109 on her 92 average. Mitchell DeYoung, the team’s anchorman, steadily increased with every game during the session with 133, 141 and 162 for a 436 series. Maci Shelton lead this week with games of 29 and 34 on her 22 average. Kaci Powers moved into the top position for most improved bowler for the girls this week with her 348 series. Powers series included games of 120, 105 and 123. Powers teammate Weston Valquez rolled two games over his 34 average with 43 and 39. Three lanes over Lane Ogle shot an impressive 150 during his second game of the afternoon. Ogle finished 64 pins over his average for series with 337. Gage Penson rolled games of 55 and 66 on his 44 average while teammate Lessie Meece consistently bowled over her average to help the team win one game. Meece’s 194 series included games of 55, 57 and 82. The Goree siblings showed no mercy during this week’s competition. Mariah competing off a 65 average, shot games of 69 and 98 to finish with a 213 series. Brother Zach booked a pair of 89 games and a 78 on his 79 average. Goree’s team Stikerz went on to win three out of four games. Mason Virgel started the afternoon with a 109 average and bagged solid games of 149, 123 and 138 for a 410 series. Virgel finished the afternoon with a 138 average and 83 pins above his average for series. Virgel’s partner Hunter Powers helped the team win three out of four games with his 385 series including games of 158, 119 and 108.
Tuesday Night Mixed Doubles
Joe Bell was on fire again this week with his 718 series. Bell took another run at a perfect game but came up a hair short with a respectable 278. Bell’s other games included 223 and 217. Bell finished the night 130 pin above his average for series. Charlie Romanat came back this week with a vengeance, shooting 60 pins over her average for series. Romanat fired a 531 series including games of 159, 201 and 171 on her 157 average. Romanat’s partner Don Gammill was no slouch this week with his 606 series. Gammill, with a 176 average, bagged games of 212 and 224. Romanat and Gammill won all four games and moved into a three-way tie for second place in the team standings. Donna White reclaimed the driver’s seat for her team, the Tira Terrors, with her 609 series. White has been bowling consistent all summer and did so again this week with games of 215, 202 and 192. White finished the night 78 pins above her average for series. White and husband Larry won all for games for the evening. David Strain woke up this week with his 670 series. Stain, tired of his wife Dana schooling him every week, fired games of 222, 215 and 233 on his 208 average. Strain led the duo to a three-game victory. Kevin Sharp, with a 166 average, tossed games of 175, 199 and 179 for a 553 series. James Parmer decided to join us this week after a week off and rolled two solid games of 191 and 231. Parmer finished the night 26 pins above his average for series. Colby Pullen booked a 646 series including games of 215 and 243. Pullen helped his team take three out of four games.
Thursday Men’s Trio
Tony Moffe continued his domination of the most improved bowler list with his 999 four-game series. Moffe opened the night with a 245 and followed up with 222 and 254. Moffe also rolled a 278 with 10 out 12 possible strikes. Moffe has improved his average since week one 16 pins and leads the most improved category.
Shayne Wilson managed to have two good weeks so far this summer with his 963 series Thursday night. Wilson, with a 212 average about 17 pins below his fall league average, strung games of 234, 268, 224 and 237. Corey Love, shooting on a 147 average, tossed games of 153, 173 and 164 for a 627 series.
Love’s anchorman David Holt kept the team on pace to win three out of five games with his 819 four-games series. Holt’s series included games of 202, 212 and 245. Justin Haggerty rolled games of 200, 213 and 215 in an 811 series. Older brother Jesse pitched in one good game of 200 to help the team take two out of five games.
Paul Devault had a Cindefella night with his 833 series. Devault, with a 179 average, charted games of 234, 206, 194 and 199. Devault led his team to victory, sweeping all five games. Devault finished the night 117 pin over his average series.
Mike Miller, owner of Bright Star Floors, started the night with a 182 average. Miller tossed a 738 series and strung games of 183, 192 and 214. Miller’s leadoff man Trenis Turner began the night with a 165 average and shot 55 pins over his average during the third game of the night with 220.
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