Three men reached the 200 game level in this league last week — Tim Wells (202), Al McKnight (201) and Ollie Gasser (200).
The best men’ series were 572 by Gasser and 558 by Merle Meade.
Sara Zuercher led all the league members with a 217 game and 590 series.
Margaret Tilsley bowled the second-best women’s game (173) and Sandy Reynolds the second-best women’s series (488).
Splits were converted by Sue Hegelmeyer (5-10 and 2-7-8), Margaret Tilsley (3-10), Fred Tilsley (2-7) and Terry Wilson (3-10).
Mike Aldrich bowled the top game (192) and series (533) for the male members of this league last week.
Ronnie Norris Jr. bowled the second-best men’s game (181) and Nate Rosenbauer the second-best series (515). Sub Pete Stamper rolled a 215 game.
The best women’s games were 170 by Debra Robertson and 157 by Colleen Jackson, while Jackson (402) and Robertson (381) rolled the best women’s series scores.
Bad Bowlers No-Tap
Nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike in no-tap leagues.
David Robinson (727) and Jim Hisle (707) bowled the top series in this league last week.
A 600-level series was rolled by Gary Cromer (697) and Steve Dickey (633).
The top games were bowled by Hisle (277), Cromer (269) and Robinson (264).
Tina Hisle led the league’s women with a 268 game and 581 series, followed by Gail Campbell at 209 and 553.
Results for recent local tournaments
Todd Young finished first in the Welcome Back Tournament on Sept. 16 with a four- game handicapped total of 977.
Second place went to John Hickam with a score of 961, while Matt Joyce finished third with a 959 score.
Melanie Johnson finished first and won $100 in the Sport Shot Scratch tournament on Oct. 7.
Tom Roth, Jody Wafford and Randy Johnson placed second, third and fourth, respectively.
“Bowl for the Cure” Tournament on Oct. 28.
Registration will begin at 1:30 p.m. and bowling will begin at 2 p.m. The entry fee is $15 per person.
This tournament will use the scotch doubles format in which partners alternate rolling a ball.
Funds from this tournament will go to the Madison County Relay for Life program to support the American Cancer Society.