The Richmond Register


November 14, 2013

BOWLING: Simpson bowls trio of 700 series

RICHMOND — Brandon Simpson bowled three 700 series this week (776, 758 and 703). A 700 series was also rolled by John Hickam (760), Randy Burgess (758) and Ron Gugel (711).

Gugel has reacbed the 700 series mark 11 times this season, while Simpson has reached that level eight times.

The highest game for the week was 280 by Steve Woltering.

The best women’s scores were a 256 game by Gail Campbell and a 632 series by Sara Zuercher.

MCWBA seniors tournament Sunday

The Madison County Women’s Bowling Association will play host to its annual seniors tournament at 2 p.m. Sunday. This tourney is open to all members aged 50 or more.

The entry fee is $15 to bowl three games. Cash prizes will be awarded to those who place in the top 20 percent based upon actual scores plus handicaps.

The champion will receive a paid entry for next year’s senior women’s state tournament.

High school bowling

The Madison Southern bowling team will open its 2013-14 season at 6 p.m. today with a match against Lee County at Galaxy.

The Eagles have road matches at Montgomery County on Saturday and Corbin on Tuesday.

The MSHS bowlers are coached by Margaret Tilsley and Randy Burgess.

Madison Central has bowled three matches this season. The Central boys topped Corbin, but lost matches to Lee County and Montgomery County. The results were reversed for the Lady Indians as they topped Lee County and Montgomery County, but lost to Corbin.

Central is coached by Mark Harrison and J. J. Harrison — no relation.

League highlights

Galaxy Classic

Randy Burgess (278) and Brandon Simpson (276) bowled the top games for the members of this league on Monday and they also rolled the high series scores — 776 by Simpson and 758 by Burgess.

Substitute John Hickam rolled a 277 game and 760 series and sub John Poynter bowled a 269 game and 692 series.

A 600 series was also bowled by Ron Gugel (686), Bill Bowles (668), Barry Miller (663), Robby Bales (653), Bobby Abrams (622), Shawn Barton (610), Aaron Rose (609) and Neil Haggard (604).

Two women bowled a 500 series — Regina Barton (530) and Chris Collins (521).

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