The Richmond Register


December 31, 2012

BOWLING: Hickam sets new season high at Galaxy


RICHMOND — Cash Money

The top three teams in this league’s fall season were listed in a previous column. The individual leaders are recognized in today’s column.

The Untouchables (Mickey McAllister, Patricia Norris, Ronnie Norris Sr. and Ronnie Norris Jr.), Champion’s Sports Bar (J.J. Reisig, Steve Dalton, Pete Young and Nate Rosenbauer) and No Name Bowlers (Jim Collins, Sam Spangler, Debra Robertson and Mike Aldrich) finished in the top three positions.

 Nate Rosenbauer finished with the highest average (176), followed by Mike Aldrich (175), J.J. Reisig (172), Ronnie Norris Sr. (168) and Ronnie Norris Jr. (167).

Rosenbauer bowled the top series (660) with Reisig (629), Norris Jr. (595), Norris Sr. (581) and Aldrich (569) next in line.

Rosenbauer also rolled the top game (257), followed by Aldrich (249), Reisig (244), Norris Jr. (234) and Sam Spangler (230).

The highest women’s average was compiled by Colleen Jackson (136), followed by Lanette Rosales (128), Sara Burgess (116), Debra Robertson (116) and Mary Mink (110).

Rosales bowled the top series (473) with Jackson (462), Burgess (402), Robertson (401) and Janet Bird (393) next in line.

The top women’s games were 180 by Jackson, 170 by Robertson, 168 by Burgess, 162 by Rosales and 160 by Beth Voorhees.

The most improved awards were earned by Ronnie Norris Jr. for the men and Patricia Norris for the women.

January league schedules

Four leagues will be in action this week. The Wednesday Early Birds, Friday Night Mixed and TGIF leagues will continue with their full year seasons. The Classic Doubles League will open a new season at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

The other six Galaxy leagues will swing into action during the following week.

The Galaxy Girls will resume their 30-week season on Jan. 8.

A new winter season, or the second half of a split season, will get under way the following week for the other five leagues.

The Galaxy Classic and Cash Money Leagues will start their winter seasons on Jan. 7. The Arlington and Bad Bowlers No-tap Leagues will start new seasons on Jan. 8 and the Wednesday Wonders League will start the second half of its split season on Jan. 9.

Galaxy leaderboards for men

 The reduced league activity last week provides an opportunity to recognize the top performances to date for the men bowling in sanctioned leagues at Galaxy.

Fifteen men have compiled an average of 200 or higher thus far this season, while 13 men had reached that level at this point last season.

The average listed is the bowler’s best average in any one league in which he has bowled a minimum of 21 games.

A series score of 700 or higher has been bowled by 17 men this season compared to 16 last season.

The number of men who have bowled a game of 275 or higher is 14 this season — up from the 10 men who had reached that level at this point in the season last year.

Two men — Ron Gugel and John Hickam — have rolled a 300 game this season, while a 300 game had been bowled by four men at this point last season — Gugel, Brandon Simpson, John Poynter and Neil Haggard.

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