The Richmond Register


April 2, 2014

BOWLING: Simpson, Roberts & Daniels bowl 700 series

RICHMOND — Three men — Brandon Simpson (770), Ron Roberts (712) and Carl Daniels (706) — bowled a 700 series this week. Simpson (279) and Daniels (278) also rolled the high games for the week.

Narita Rose bowled the best women’s scores for the week at Galaxy with a 647 series and 226 game.

League highlights

Galaxy Classic

Brandon Simpson bowled the high game (279) and series (770) on Monday. Barry Miller rolled the second-best game (268), and Gary Cromer bowled the second-high series (699).

A 600 series was also bowled by Miller (696), John Hickam (677), Nate Rosenbauer (671), Bill Bowles (665), Todd Young (663), Aaron Rose (660), Mark Rogers (649) and Carl Daniels (644).

Ron Roberts (636), Cody Dapkus (632), Mike Riley (631), David Norman (631), Glenn Masters (607), Paul Dapkus (607) and Patrick Wells (606) also reached the 600 series level.

Galaxy Girls

Narita Rose led the way on Tuesday with a 226 game and 647 series.

Rhoda Tate bowled a season-best 208 score to tie Shella Cobb for the second-best game for the night. The next-best series scores were 571 by Linda Combs, 523 by Cobb and 509 by Donna Fourre.

Ellen Spurlock picked up a 4-9 split, and Brenda Marcum, Emma Lee Tate, Brenda Williams and Beverly Aleshire each converted a 3-10 split.

Early Birds

This women’s league completed its 2013-14 season last Wednesday.

Beverly Shearer bowled the top scores on the final day with a no-miss 188 game and 497 series. Beverly Brassfield rolled the second-best game (184) and Gail Campbell bowled the second-high series (493).

Splits on the final day were converted by Campbell (5-7), Sue Hegelmeyer (3-10) and Joyce Kearns (3-10).

The Sunshine Girls (Sue Hegelmeyer, Joyce Kearns and Beverly Shearer) captured the league championship with 83 wins during the 30-week season.

Spare Change (Juanita Lunsford, Mollie Morris and Renda Roberts) finished second with 66 wins, while third place went to Crazy Galaxy Bowlers (Carroll Hackworth, Gail Campbell and Beverly Brassfield) with 65 wins.

The best averages for the season were compiled by Gail Campbell (170), Beverly Shearer (162), Karen Kensicki (157), Pat Harris (145) and Sue Hegelmeyer (144).

Campbell bowled the high series (621), followed by Kensicki (590), Shearer (577), Genny Bryant (526) and Beverly Brassfield (506).

The highest games were bowled by Kensicki (243), Campbell (235), Shearer (230), Hegelmeyer (202) and Bryant (200).

Hegelmeyer earned the most improved award.

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