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April 27, 2009

Jones Jr. joins 700 club at Galaxy

Lewis Jones Jr. joined the 700 club at the Galaxy Center for the 2008-09 season, with a 749 series in the Friday Night Mixed League.

His series included games of 266, 258 and 225. The 266 score was also the top game of the week.



League highlights

Friday Night Mixed

As noted at the top of the column, Lewis Jones Jr. led the way in this league, while Ronald Richmond had the second-highest game (231) and series (566). Robert Johnson (214) and Jack Noe (201) also had 200 games.

Miranda Rowe led the women with a 156 game and 419 series, while Sue Johnson had the second-highest game (154) and Michelle Albertson had the second-highest series (401).



TGIF

Merle Meade had the top game (215) and series (564) last week, while Terry Malin was next for the men at 182 and 515.

Pat Harris (194) and Margaret Tilsley (189) had the highest games for the women. Tilsley had the highest women’s series at 504 and Helen McKnight was next at 500, which included a season-best 187 game.

Splits converted included the 5-10 by Harold Stoll, the 5-10 by Nancy Malin, the 3-10 by Terry Malin and the 4-5 by Helen McKnight.



Arlington

Harriette Williams bowled the highest game with a season-best 181 score and Maxine Patton was second at 177. Patton also had the highest series (482), while Linda Bowles was next at 477.

Season-best games were bowled by Brenda Ault (172), Sharon Meadors (169), Jane Ann Whitaker (165) and Kathy Palmer (162).

This week there will be a roll-off between the teams which finished first in the fall (Patton’s Pals) and the first-place winners in the spring (Pin Up Girls). Also, the teams that finished second in the fall (Mark Makers) and in the spring (Jazzy Ladies) will have a roll-off.



Bowling is back in the Bluegrass State Games

After an absence of two years, bowling is included among the sports to be contested at the 25th anniversary of the Bluegrass State Games in Lexington this summer.

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