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Michaelson just misses the 800 mark with 788 series

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Bruce Michaelson was dialed in during the Tuesday Night Mixed league.  Michaelson started the night off with 267 for his first game and followed up with games of 279 and 242.  Michaelson threw 29 of 36 possible strikes and tossed 13 strikes in a row across two games.   Michaelson improved his average seven pins to 214 after Tuesday night’s action and claimed the top position on the men’s most improved bowler standings board.

Shayne Wilson topped the men’s leader board for high series this week during Sunday Night Mixed play.  Wilson fired a 727 scratch series on games of 245, 236 and 246 to lead his team to a four-game victory.  Wilson set the high average bar to 242 after the end of competition Sunday evening.

Jason Parmer came out of his shell long enough Tuesday night to shoot a 721 three-game scratch series.  Parmer rolled a 269 the first game of the night and preceded with games of 248 and 204 to end the session 88 pins above his average for series.  Parmer and his team, Ding O’ Danged 10 Pin, took three wins for the night.

Kathy VanSickle bagged the women’s high series for the Sunday Night Mixed league and for the week with her 627 scratch set.  VanSickle, with an average of 173, bowled games of 211, 212 and 204 to finish the competition 108 pins above her average for series.  VanSickle, a veteran bowler of Classic Lanes since the early 1970s, averaged 209 for the evening.

Other notable efforts for the week included, by league:

Jim Mason’s Junior League

Dustin Joslin shot games of 169 and 142 in a 435 three-game scratch series.  Joslin, competing on an average of 132, rolled 39 pins above his average for series.  Joslin’s leadoff bowler, Lane Ogle, booked a pair of 79 games and a 128 for a 286 scratch series.  The duo snatched three wins from their competition at the conclusion of the afternoon.

Hunter Powers put up a 394 scratch set to claim third place on the boy’s high series list.  Powers muscled the ball all day to fire games of 164 and 149 on his 112 average.  Powers’ sister and teammate Kaci charted games of 107, 139 and 100 for a three-game scratch series of 346.  Kaci finished the afternoon 34 pins above her average for series and helped her team take two wins for the day.

Hannah VanVleet showed vast improvement this week with her scratch series of 288.  VanVleet, with an average of 72, put up games of 102, 110 and 76.  Van Vleet’s partner Evan Fulcher tossed games of 126 and 134 for a three-game set of 354.  The pair took two wins at the end of the match.

Dylan Reed, leadoff bowler for Wildcats Reloaded, strung games of 125, 135 and 132 for a three-game scratch series of 392.  Reed, a third-generation bowler at Classic Lanes, finished the day 32 pins above his average for series.  Reed led his team to take three games for the afternoon.

Sunday Night Mixed League

Tarry Davison posted a 688 three-game scratch set during the Sunday Night Mixed League, just high enough to claim the second spot on the men’s high series list for the night.  Davison rolled games of 226 and 246 to bring his average to a 226 and the men’s second league high average for the season thus far.

Joe Bell, with an average of 172, tossed a 688 series on games of 268, 204 and 216.  Bell, an employee of the Sulphur Springs School District, was 172 pins above his average for series and averaged 229 per game for the night.  Bell’s teammate, Daniel Wyatt, bagged a 212 during the second game to help the team take four wins.

Joey Burton has vastly improved his game since the summer session, shooting a 615 three-game scratch series.  Burton fired games of 232, 175 and 208 on his average of 161.  Burton was 132 pins above his average for series and averaged 205 per game for the competition.  Nine lanes over Alton Attaway strung games of 140, 169 and 159 for a scratch set of 468 on his average of 140.

Wes Crist booked a three-game scratch series of 578 on games of 201, 187 and 190.  Crist’s teammate and leadoff bowler Red Skelton charted games of 212 and 246 in a series of 633.  Kellie Booth rolled her first 200 game, hitting the mark right on the nose.  Booth also shot a 162 to record a 491 scratch series on her average of 140.

Monday Night Ladies

Cathy King posted a 529 three-game scratch set on games of 184 and 210.  King’s 210 was the high game of the night for the Monday Night Ladies League.  King’s teammate Mary Crabb rolled games of 165 and 154 on her 141 average.  The pair led their team to sweep their competition for four wins.  Amber Burnett threw games of 193 and 198 on her individual average of 169 to help her team take three wins.

Judith Beck shot games of 134, 144 and 114 for a three-game set of 392.  Beck was 44 pins above her average for series and had the high series for her team.  Cindy Butler put up games of 200 and 155 on her individual average of 135 for a 484 series.  Tonya Moody, Butler’s teammate, strung games of 164, 144 and 151 for a 459 scratch series.

Erika Gammill unloaded on her competition this week with her 407 three-game scratch series.  Gammill shot games of 121, 148 and 138 on her 112 average.  Gammill was 71 pins above her average for series and averaged 135 per game for the night.  Danilee Ogle bagged games of 194 and 158 on average of 146 to help her team, Heavily Medicated, ran away with four wins.

Mary Hortan, competing on a 122 average, bowled games of 140, 128 and 165 for a three-game scratch series of 433.  Hortan, a member of the Sassy Sisters team, was 67 pins above her average for series and helped her team win one game.  Deborah Crist scorched the lanes with her 453 scratch set that included games of 160, 137 and 156.  Crist was 23 pins above her average of 128 for the evening with 151.

Tuesday Night Mixed

The women of the Tuesday Night Mixed League dominated their teams this week, bowling the most pins over their average and leading their teams to three and four win victories.

Amanda Breaux not only had the highest series for her team for the night but also claimed the top spot on the women’s high series list for the week.  Breaux fired an impressive 604 series on games of 195, 184 and 225.  Breaux was 49 pin above her average for series for the night and also averaged 201 per game.  Breaux led her team to a flawless four-game victory.

Amy Sharp posted a respectable 597 scratch series on games of 226, 185 and 186.  Sharp was 51 pins above her average for series and took the fourth position on the women’s high game list for the night with her 226 effort.  Barbara Pearce led her team to a three-game victory with her games of 165, 152 and 179 for a series of 496.  Pearce was 103 pins above her average for series.

Shannon Hague rolled a 604 scratch series with games of 237 and 189 and was 52 pins above her average for series.  Hague led her team to sweep their competition and averaged 201 per game for the session.  Rhonda Wilcox fired games of 209, 156 and 170 for a three-game series of 535.  Wilcox, with an average of 156, was 67 pins above her average for series and led her team to a three-win victory.

Kay Dunahoo booked a pair of 128 games and a 139 for a 395 series on her average of 118.  Dunahoo finished the night 41 pins above her average for series and captured four wins for the night.  Dunahoo’s performance helped her team move into the fifth position on the team standings board.   Deana Hale and teammate Neice Haevin led their team to a three-game victory with their 576 and 476 scratch series.  Hale’s 576 series included games of 202 and 205 while Haevin put up games of 182 and 176.

Thursday Men’s

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Greg Pullen, with an average of 198,  rolled a 708 three-game scratch series on games of 205, 235 and 268.  Pullen finished the session 114 pins above his average for series and averaged 236 per game for the night.  Pullen’s teammate and son, Colby Pullen, strung games of 198, 237 and 200 on his average of 197.  The father-son duo led their team, Lou Viney Winery,  to win four games for the evening.

Will Briggs, competing on an average of 192, bowled consistent games of 206, 201 and 209 for a 616 scratch series.  David VanSickle took notes from his wife on Sunday put them to use during Thursday men’s action and rolled a 626 scratch series on games of 203, 201 and 222.  VanSickle, with an average of 185, ended the night 71 pins above his average for series.

Turk Morgan, a Classic Lanes Hall of Fame Bowler, bagged games of 244 and 222 in a three-game scratch series of 661.  Morgan averaged 220 for the night and was 74 pins above his average for series.  Ronnie Wooten of Commerce has been steadily improving his game and this week was no exception with his 658 series.  Wooten, who carries a 194 average, tossed games of 204, 260 and 194.

Vincent Smith charted games of 226, 276 and 201 for a scratch three-game series of 703.  Smith, with an average of 197, finished the night 112 pins above his average for the session.  Smith’s teammate Duane Anspon shot a 641 scratch series with games of 212 and 236.  Anspon and Smith helped their team, Watkins, take four wins from the competition.

 

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