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January 14, 2013

BOWLING: Hickam leads the way at Galaxy again

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Wednesday Wonders

This league opened the second half of its split season last week.

 There were five 600 series bowled on the opening night of the second half. Bill Bowles rolled the top series at 675, followed by Lewis Jones Sr. (653), David Norman (650), Mark Rogers (626) and Lewis Jones Jr. (614).

Norman (246) and Bowles (244) bowled the high games for the night.

Pat Holtzclaw led the league’s ladies with a 185 game and 511 series. Teresa Jackson bowled the second-best women’s game (161) and Jenny Norman the second-high women’s series (441).

Classic Doubles

Steve McKnight set new highs for this league with a 278 game and 681 series last Thursday.

Mike Huser rolled the second-best scores with a 258 game and 659 series.

Tina Hisle led the women in the league with a 190 game and 554 series, followed by Genny Bryant at 185 and 493.

Friday Night Mixed

John Hickam bowled the high series (763) and game in this league last week. He opened his third game with a spare and followed with 10 strikes, but he left the six pin with his last ball to finish with a score of 289. Both his series score and game score were the highest rolled at Galaxy last week.

Lewis Jones Jr. bowled the second-best game (254) and Ron Gugel rolled the second-high series (677).

A 600 series was also bowled by Ronald Richmond (667), Jones Jr. (638), Mark Rogers (633), Bill Bowles (618) and Steve Woltering (610). Substitute Terry Jackson rolled a career-best 650 series.

The best women’s games were 225 by Narita Rose and 194 by Beverly Shearer. Shearer (548), Novel Davis (530) and Rose (522) rolled the top women’s series.

Kymmi Bowles converted a 4-7-10 split.

TGIF

Ollie Gasser bowled the top game (224) and series (605) in this league last week. Tim Wells was next in each category with a 208 game and 595 series.

The high women’s game (200) and series (548) were bowled by Sara Zuercher, while her mother, Sandy Reynolds, was next in both measures with a 194 game and 511 series.

Splits were converted by Fred Tilsley (3-10), Helen McKnight (5-6), Margaret Tilsley (3-10), Howard Mayfield (6-7 and 3-10) and Jamie Sowder (4-5 and 9-10).

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