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October 15, 2012

BOWLING: Watson leads the way at Galaxy

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Singles handicapped tournament on Oct. 28

Bowlers will roll four games across four pairs of lanes with the top five scorers moving to a stepladder final. The starting time is 2 p.m.

This tourney will use a handicap of 90 percent of the difference between the bowler’s 2012-13 average and 220.

The winner will earn $200, providing there are a sufficient number of entries.

Youth bowlers are welcome. Any money won by youth bowlers will be placed in their SMART accounts.

Last week’s top scores

Men’s games

Bruce Watson    267

Matt Joyce    266

Tyler Morgan    261

Jeff Napier    259

Brandon Simpson    258

David Norman    257

Mark Rogers    256

Neil Haggard    255

Glenn Masters    248

Ronald Richmond    245

Shawn Barton    244

John Hickam    244

Aaron Rose    243

Lewis Jones Jr.    240

Carl Daniels    236

Bill Bowles    231

Randy Burgess Sr.    225

Mark Daly    221

Robert Johnson    221

Scott Kaylor    220

Patrick Wells    220

Cody Dapkus    219

Ron Gugel    218

Ronnie Hurd    215

Pete Stamper    215

Barry Miller    214

Gary Cromer    214

Kenny Smith    213

Cody Daly    212

Joe Sageser    211

Mike E. Bryant    211

Lynn Estes    211

James Noe    211

Keith Nash    210

Lewis Jones Sr.    210

Russell Jones    209

Dallas Thomas    207

Mike Riley    206

Peanut Johnson    203

Jason Roberts    202

Tim Wells    202

Billy McGuire    201

Al McKnight    201

Paul Dapkus    200

Don R. Johnson    200

Ollie Gasser    200

Women’s games

Shella Cobb    220

Sara Zuercher    217

Beverly Shearer    209

Pat Harris    204

Gail Campbell    201

Carole Bales    201

Rita Morgan    199

Vanessa Reffitt    199

Narita Rose    195

Beverly Aleshire    189

Regina Barton    188

Sue Hegelmeyer    188

Doris Gish    188

Lena Molen    187

Velma Cruse    186

Donna Haney    184

Miranda Reffitt    183

Brenda Marcum    182

Christy Richmond    181

Julia Landreth    180

Amy Barker    180

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