The Richmond Register


October 15, 2012

BOWLING: Watson leads the way at Galaxy


RICHMOND — Galaxy Girls

Shella Cobb led this league last week with a 220 game and 572 series.

Carole Bales rolled the second-best game (201), while the next-best series scores were bowled by Susie King (507), Bales (503) and Brenda Marcum (502).

Several women converted splits, including Jan Stepp (3-10), Narita Rose (2-7-8), Emma Lee Tate (4-5), Jelemia Sanders (2-7), Tammy Fourre (2-7 and 6-8), Brenda Marcum (3-9-10 and 3-10), Karen Hendrix (6-7), Rita Creech (5-9-10) and Sherry Ernst (2-7, 5-6, and 3-10)


Doris Gish led this league last Tuesday with a 188 game and 494 series.

Jan Barnes bowled the second-best game (166) and Linda Bowles the second-best series (436).

Splits were converted by Nancy Ross (2-7-8), Sandy Clark (7-9), Kim Owens (2-7), Peggy Coy (4-6), Sherry Ernst (5-7), Barbara Hendren (3-9-10 and 5-10), Kim Owens (2-7) and Emma Reams (5-10 and 5-8-10).

Early Birds

The top games in this league last week were 204 by Pat Harris, 203 by Beverly Shearer and a no-miss 201 score by Gail Campbell.

Shearer (517) and Harris (503) bowled the top series for the day.

Sue Hegelmeyer picked up a 3-7-10 split.

Wednesday Wonders

Matt Joyce led this league last week with a 266 game and 712 series.

Tyler Morgan bowled the second-best game (248) and Carl Daniels the second-high series (659). Morgan rolled a 640 series.

The league’s ladies were led by Rita Morgan with a 199 game and 562 series. The second-best women’s game was 187 by Lena Molen, while Miranda Reffitt rolled the second-best women’s series for the league members at 519.

Substitute Vanessa Reffitt bowled a 199 game and 538 series. Kymmi Bowles picked up a 5-10 split.

Friday Night Mixed

The best games in this league last week were rolled by Mark Rogers (256), John Hickam (244) and Ronald Richmond (244).

Seven men — Hickam (695), Richmond (683), Lewis Jones Jr. (667), Glenn Masters (663), Rogers (663), Ron Gugel (615) and Neil Haggard (612) — bowled a 600 series at this session.

Narita Rose (195) and Beverly Shearer (194) bowled the top women’s games, while the best women’s series were 535 by Rose, 518 by Shearer and 510 by Julia Landreth. This was Shearer’s third 500-level series of the week.

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