The Richmond Register


January 23, 2014

BOWLING: Miller, Simpson lead the way at Galaxy

RICHMOND — The top scores for this week were a 289 game by Barry Miller in the Galaxy Classic League and a 789 series by Brandon Simpson in the TGIF League.

The best women’s scores were a 226 game by Tina Hisle in the Classic Doubles League and a 611 series by Regina Barton in the Galaxy Classic League.

League highlights

Galaxy Classic

There were several high scores bowled in this league Monday led by Barry Miller’s 289 game and 743 series. A 700 series was also rolled by John Hickam (722) and Ron Gugel (712).

The next-best games were 269 by Lewis Jones Jr. and 266 by Shawn Barton. Four other men — Mark Rogers, Brandon Simpson, Hickam and Steve Marionneaux — bowled games of 250 or higher.

There were 19 600 series bowled, led by Simpson (697), Jones Jr. (683), Rogers (679), Shawn Barton (675), Colin Green (664), Randy Burgess (651), Todd Young (649) and Glenn Masters (645).

The 600 series level was also reached by Joe Bailey (637), Cody Dapkus (633), Rick Stamper (630), Bill Bowles (622), Steve Woltering (621), Lynn Estes (615), David Norman (615), Mike Riley (611), Regina Barton (611), Neil Haggard (604) and Ronnie Thomas (600).

Galaxy Girls

Because of the inclement weather on Tuesday, the members of this league were offered the option of bowling that night or on Thursday. Thus, complete highlights are not yet available.

The best scores bowled on Tuesday were a 215 game and 608 series by Narita Rose, a 191 game and 515 series by Carole Bales and a 220 game and 570 series by substitute Beverly Shearer.

Wednesday Wonders

Lewis Jones Jr., with a 278 game and 706 series, and Mark Rogers, with a 258 game and 709 series, bowled the top scores in this league last week.

Substitute John Hickam bowled a 259 game and 705 series. A 600 series was rolled by Lewis Jones Sr. (656), Woody Arvin (625) and sub Brandon Simpson (698).

The ladies were led by Pat Holtzclaw, with a 183 game and 491 series, and Julia Landreth, with a 181 game and 498 series.


The top scores last Friday were a 789 series and 277 game by Brandon Simpson and a 712 series and 279 game by Ron Gugel.

A 600 series was bowled by John Hickam (685), Bill Bowles (668), Lewis Jones Jr. (613) and substitute Mark Rogers (636).

Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 220 game and 584 series. Linda Breyfogel rolled the second-best women’s game (189) and Christy Richmond bowled the second-high women’s series (505).

Season-best games were bowled by Darren Cook (189), Christy Richmond (186), Sue Hegelmeyer (187) and Debbie Jones (166).

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