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November 18, 2012

BOWLING: Gugel rolls first 300 game of the season

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Arlington

Connie Bowlin and Marietta McBride led this league last week. Bowlin bowled the top game (200) and second-best series (480), while McBride rolled the top series (506) and second-best game (186).

Splits were converted by Tina Hunter (3-10), Yolanda Fritz (4-7-10), Doris Gish (2-7) and Dewey Locker (7-9).

Early Birds

Karen Kensicki bowled the top game in this league last week (192) and Beverly Brassfield rolled the best series (504).

Beverly Shearer was second in both categories with a 189 game and 480 series.

Splits were converted by Shearer (2-5-7), Joyce Kearns (5-7), Pat Harris (5-7), Sue Hegelmeyer (3-10) and Carroll Hackworth (5-8 and 6-9-10).

Wednesday Wonders

Lewis Jones Jr. just missed a 700 series as he led the members of this league with a 697 total last week. He also bowled the high game at 259.

David Norman rolled the second-best series for league members (683) and David Kendrick the second-best game (246).

A 600 series was also bowled by Kendrick (651) and Steve McKnight (623).

Substitute Brandon Simpson bowled a 277 game and 745 series.

Miranda Reffitt led the league’s ladies with the highest women’s game of the season at Galaxy with a 263 score, and she rolled the season’s second-best women’s series at 654.

Rita Morgan bowled the second-best women’s game (191) and series (494) for the night.

Friday Night Mixed

Ron Gugel followed up his perfect game from last Monday by leading this league with a 268 game and 688 series last week.

Ronald Richmond was second in both categories with a 227 game and 635 series.

A 600 series was also bowled by Neil Haggard (614), Mark Rogers (612) and Glenn Masters (607).

Novel Davis became the fourth member of this season’s 600 club for women with a 615 series. Davis also rolled the best women’s game for the night at 220.

Christy Richmond bowled the second-best women’s game (194) and series (540).

Beth Smith converted a 5-10 split.

TGIF

Merle Meade led this league last week with a 228 game and 612 series. Ollie Gasser was second in both categories at 211 and 587.

Sandy Reynolds led the league’s women with a 211 game and 561 series, followed by Margaret Tilsley at 192 and 508.

Splits were converted by Jennifer Richmond (5-10), Sue Hegelmeyer (9-10), Tim Wells (2-4-10) and Tib Congleton (5-7 and 5-6-10).

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