The Richmond Register


October 8, 2012

BOWLING: Hickam flirts with 300 again


RICHMOND — Arlington

Doris Gish led this league last Tuesday with 182 game and 503 series. Linda Bowles bowled the second-best game (172) and Bridget Settles the second-best series (452).

Billie Moberly, Janell Williams and Barbara Hendren each converted a 5-10 split, while a 3-10 split was picked up by both Betty Morris and Margie Isaacs.

Early Birds

The top games in this league last Wednesday morning were 218 by Genny Bryant and 211 by Gail Campbell.

Campbell (548), Beverly Shearer (543) and Bryant (510) rolled the best series scores for the day.

Splits were converted by Beverly Brassfield (2-10) and Joyce Kearns (5-6-10 and 6-7-10).

Wednesday Wonders

Tyler Morgan led this league last week with a 276 game and 681 series.

Lewis Jones Jr. and David Norman tied for the second-best game (256), and Jones Jr. rolled the second-best series (658).

David Kendrick bowled a 622 series.

Miranda Reffitt led the league’s ladies with a 203 game and 547 series, followed by LuAnn Bryant at 193 and 507.

Splits were converted by Pat Holtzclaw (3-7-10) and Kymmi Bowles 6-7-10).

Friday Night Mixed

Neil Haggard (263) and Glenn Masters (244) bowled the top games in this league last week, while the best series scores were 663 by Masters and 624 by Mark Rogers.

Miranda Reffitt led the women in the league with a 194 game and 530 series, followed by Lisa Ball at 158 and 420.


Ollie Gasser led the male members of the league with a 225 game and 575 series last week, followed by Michael Wood at 201 and 539.

The league’s women were led by Sandy Reynolds with a 214 game and 523 series. Margaret Tilsley rolled the second-best women’s game (180) and series (482).

Substitute Randy Burgess Sr. bowled a 245 game and 656 series.

Al McKnight converted a 3-10 split. Tib Congleton, Sue Hegelmeyer and Margaret Tilsley each picked up a 5-7 split.

Cash Money

Mike Aldrich and substitute Pete Stamper each rolled a 201 game to lead this league last Monday.

Aldrich (569) and Ronnie Norris Sr. (546) bowled the top series scores for the night.

Lanette Rosales led the women in the league with a 161 game and 403 series. The second-best game was 157 by Beth Voorhees, while the second-best women’s series was 393 by Debra Robertson.

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