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November 5, 2012

BOWLING: Bryant nearly rolls a perfect game

(Continued)

RICHMOND —

Early Birds

The high game (192) and series (511) in this league last Wednesday were bowled by Gail Campbell.

Karen Kensicki rolled the second-best game (190) and Beverly Shearer the second-best series (510). This was Shearer’s third 500 series for the week.

A 500-level series was also bowled by Kensicki (504) and Joyce Kearns (500).

Splits were converted by Beverly Brassfield (2-7), Juanita Lunsford (4-5), Kensicki (3-9-10) and Kearns (5-7).

Wednesday Wonders

Tyler Morgan led this league last week with a 258 game and 729 series.

Matt Joyce rolled the second-best game (235) and he tied David Norman for the second-best series at 639.

Miranda Reffitt led the women in the league with a 200 game and 556 series, followed by Rita Morgan at 197 and 499.

Mike C. Bryant rolled a season-best 182 game.

Friday Night Mixed

The high game (237) and series (641) in this league last week were bowled by Neil Haggard.

Ron Gugel rolled the second-best men’s game (225) and Lewis Jones Jr. the second-best series (622).

A 600 series was also bowled by Mark Rogers (619), Gugel (617), Bill Bowles (605) and John Hickam (603).

Shasta Richmond led the league’s ladies with her season-best 227 game, followed by Tracy Gugel with her season-best score of 206.

Narita Rose (498) and Gugel (469) bowled the top women’s series for the night.

TGIF

The scores from last Friday’s action in this league were not available at the time this column was submitted for publication.

Cash Money

J.J. Reisig led this league last week with a 244 game and 629 series. Nate Rosenbauer rolled the second-best game (199) and Pete Young bowled the second-best series (532).

The high women’s game (180) and series (462) were bowled by Colleen Jackson.

Debra Robertson recorded the second-best women’s game (145) and Janet Bird rolled the second-best women’s series (353).

Bad Bowlers No-Tap

Nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike in no-tap leagues.

Gary Cromer led the men in this league last week with a 275 game and 695 series. Jim Campbell rolled the second-best men’s game (248) and Steve Dickey bowled the second-best men’s series (631)

Gail Campbell topped all the league members with a 278 game and she rolled the second-best women’s series (670).

The top women’s series was 692 by Tina Hisle, who also rolled the second-best women’s game (257).

A 600 series was also bowled by Jim Hisle (622), David Robinson (610), Adam Cromer (604) and Jim Campbell (600).

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