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December 19, 2013

BOWLING: MCBA’s Christmas Tourney a success

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RICHMOND — Galaxy Girls

Narita Rose bowled the top scores on Tuesday with a 207 game and 593 series. Tammy Fourre rolled the second-best game (195) and Pauline Denny the second-high series (472).

Splits were converted by Jelemia Sanders (3-10), Emma Lee Tate (5-6-10), Karen Hendrix (4-5), Brenda Williams (3-10) and Jan Stepp (5-6-10).

Wednesday Wonders

Bill Bowles (246) and Lewis Jones Jr. (245) rolled the top games for the members of this league last week, while the best series scores by league members were 647 by Lewis Jones Sr. and 646 by David Norman.

A 600 series was also bowled by Jones Jr. (634), Bobby Abrams (622) and Bowles (600). Substitute Brandon Simpson rolled a 257 game and 664 series.

Renda Roberts (159), JoAnn Smith (159) and Teresa Jackson (152) bowled the highest women’s games, while the best women’s series were 442 by Smith, 407 by Roberts and 406 by Pat Holtzclaw.

Julia Landreth converted a 5-7 and a 6-7-10 split.

Classic Doubles

Carl Daniels (222), Josh Jackson (200), Bobby Abrams (199) and Terry Kirby (198) bowled the best men’s games last Thursday.

The highest men’s series were 592 by Daniels, 566 by Jackson and 560 by Abrams.

The best women’ s games were 213 by Tina Hisle, 202 by Denise Lakner and 199 by Beverly Shearer. They also rolled the highest women’s series — 533 by Shearer, 532 by Lakner and 525 by Hisle.

Vernon Bennett converted a 6-7-10 split.

TGIF

John Hickam led the members of this league last Friday with a 268 game and 738 series. Todd Young and Ronald Richmond rolled the second-best games at 248 each. Young also rolled the second-high series (672) for league members.

A 600 series was also bowled by Glenn Masters (651), Bobby Abrams (646) and Lewis Jones Jr. (611).

Substitute Brandon Simpson bowled three no-miss games (259, 257 and 238) for a 754 series. Sub Mark Rogers rolled a 677 series. Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 200 game and 550 series, followed by Beverly Shearer at 183 and 523. Sara Zuercher rolled a 506 series.

Debbie Jones converted a 5-6-10 split.

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