The Richmond Register

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January 14, 2013

BOWLING: Hickam leads the way at Galaxy again

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Cash Money

Ronnie Norris Sr. rolled the top game (234) and series (570) as this league opened a new season last Monday.

Steve McKnight bowled the second-best game (221) and Ronnie Norris Jr. rolled the second-high series (545).

Mary Mink led the league’s ladies with a 145 game and 404 series, followed by Beth Voorhees at 140 and 344.

Madison Central-Montgomery Co.

The Madison Central bowling teams held a match with Montgomery County at Galaxy last Wednesday.

 The Central boys captured two of a possible seven points from the defending regional champions. The Central girls managed to win one point.

The teams compete for four points in regular bowling, two points in Baker style bowling, in which five team members alternate bowling a frame, and one point for total pins.

 Sixth-grader Daelyn White led the Central boys with games of 212 and 190. Elijah Vaughn rolled the second-best game at 183.

 The top games for the Central girls were 165 by Debborah Harrison and 131 by Elizabeth Rodgers.

Redemption for Tom Daughtery

 Tom Daughtery received unwelcome notoriety by bowling a score of 100 in the Tournament of Champions last season. This is the lowest score ever bowled by a professional bowler on a TV show.

 Daughtery qualified for the finals of the PBA Scorpion pattern championship last week, and he worked his way through the stepladder format to win the championship by beating Jason Stern 199-177, Jason Belmonte 256-187 and Osku Palermaa 200-182.

 Ironically, Palermaa was the opponent when Daughtery rolled his 100 game. Palermaa just missed perfection that day with a 299 score.

This was the first professional tourney win for Daughtery, and means he is no longer known only as the man who bowled 100 on TV, but also as a tournament champion.

Bowlers/golfers offered bargain rate to join Berea Country Club

Bowlers, who are also golfers, are invited to join the Berea Country Club at a greatly reduced rate between now and Feb. 28.

Bowlers, and others, can get a one-year membership for $300 during this period. This is less than one-half the usual cost.

Individuals who have been a member of BCC during the past five years are not eligible for this special rate.

Call Peanut Johnson at 859-248-8404 for further information.

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