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July 10, 2013

BOWLING: League titles up for grabs

RICHMOND — There are close races for the titles in the three summer leagues, which will complete their seasons this month. Details are described in the league highlights.

League Highlights

Monday Mixed

Zach Niekirk (699) and Andrew Magedanz (667) bowled the high series scores in the league this week. They also rolled the best games — 269 by Magedanz and 255 by Niekirk.

A 600 series was also bowled by Neil Haggard (646), John Hickam (623), Matt Cracraft (623), Brandon Simpson (621), Glenn Masters (619), Aaron Rose (614) and Lewis Jones, Jr. (603).

Miranda Reffitt led the league’s ladies with a 185 game and 526 series, followed by Narita Rose at 163 and 444.

The Pittsnogglers (Zach Niekirk, Matt Cracraft and Tyler and

Andrew Magedanz) have moved into first place with two weeks remaining in the league’s season.

Git-R-Done (Terry Jackson, John Rice, David Norman and Brandon Simpson) is one game behind the leaders while Hammer Time (Todd Young, Nate Rosenbauer, Gary Cromer and Carl Daniels) is currently three games behind the first-place team.

Summer Cash Money

J.J. Reisig and Russell Truesdale bowled the best scores in this league on Monday.

Reisig rolled the high series (609) and second-best game (217), while Truesdale recorded the high game (242) and second-highest series (566).

Tuesday No-tap Doubles

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

Bill Bowles led the members of this league with a no-tap 300 game and he rolled the second-best series (765). Bowles is the fifth member of the league to roll a 300 game this summer.

Ron Roberts rolled the highest series (829) and the second-best game (287) for league members.

Substitute Randy Burgess bowled a no-tap 300 game which was part of a 783 series.

A 700 series was also bowled by Todd Young (721), Gary Cromer (721) and Carl Daniels (703).

Tina Hisle bowled the best women’s series (723) and the second-best women’s game (251).

The high women’s game was 252 by Narita Rose, while Beverly Shearer bowled the second-best women’s series at 663.

A 600 series was also rolled by Lynn Estes (689), Bobby Abrams (640), Rose (630), Jim Hisle (627), Don Brumfield (619) and Donna Fourre (610).

With three weeks remaining in the season, It Doesn’t Matter (Narita Rose and John Hickam) and MM & RR (Mary Mink and

Ron Roberts) are tied for first place with 38 wins each.

Hammer Time (Todd Young and Gary Cromer) and Low Rollers (Kymmi and Bill Bowles) are tied for third place with 37 wins each.

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