The Richmond Register


November 5, 2012

BOWLING: Bryant nearly rolls a perfect game

RICHMOND — Mike E. Bryant nearly bowled a perfect game last week.

Bryant followed a spare in the first frame of his second game with 11 strikes for a 290 score in the Galaxy Classic League. This is the second-highest game rolled at Galaxy this season — topped only by a 299 game by John Hickam.

Tyler Morgan bowled the best series for the week at Galaxy with a 729 score in the Wednesday Wonders League.

Regina Barton led the women for the week at Galaxy with 228 game and 634 series in the GCL.

Galaxy Classic League

As noted at the top of the column, Mike E. Bryant rolled a 290 game to lead this league. The second-best game for the night for league members was 278 by Todd Young.

John Hickam (700) and Mark Rogers (681) bowled the top series scores for league members. Substitute Brandon Simpson rolled a 725 series.

A 600-level series was also bowled by Neil Haggard (658), Bill Bowles (650), Shawn Barton (642), Young (638), Scott Kaylor (628), Randy Burgess Sr. (621), Lewis Jones Jr. (616), Barry Miller (615), Aaron Rose (615), Bryant (614), Terry Jackson (612), Cody Daly (602) and substitute Tyler Morgan (607).

The best women’ series were 634 by Regina Barton, 519 by Andi Daly and 502 by Beverly Shearer.

Thirty-eight keglers rolled a total of 55 200-level games at this session.

Galaxy Girls

The high games by members of this league last week were 192 by Shella Cobb and 188 by Amy Felty. They also bowled the top series scores for league members with a 549 series by Cobb and a 496 series by Felty.

Substitute Beverly Shearer topped all the members of the league with a 202 game and 560 series.

Splits were converted by Fay Willis (3-4-7-10), Emma Lee Tate (9-10), Velma Cruse (5-10), Sherry Ernst (2-7) and Brenda Marcum (5-7).


Jan Barnes led this league last Tuesday with her season-best 220 game. Yolanda Fritz rolled the second-best game (196).

Bridget Settles (514) and Doris Gish (485) bowled the high series scores for the day.

Splits were converted by Sherry Ernst (5-7) and Dewey Locker (7-9).

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