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June 27, 2013

BOWLING: Jones Sr. wins seniors tournament

RICHMOND — Lewis Jones Sr. was the winner of the monthly seniors tournament on Sunday. Jones Sr. rolled a three-game handicapped score of 685 to take the $45 first-place prize money.

Gary Holtzclaw earned $27 with his second-place handicapped score of 677, while the third-place money of $18 went to Carl Daniels with a 675 score.

Pat Holtzclaw and Pam Bennett fell just short of qualifying for cash awards with handicapped scores of 669 and 667, respectively.

Daniels rolled the best scratch scores with a 245 game and 609 series. A 200-level scratch game was also bowled by Jones Sr. (203) and Steve McKnight (200).

Jones Sr. (595), McKnight (558) and Gary Holtzclaw (557) bowled the next-best scratch series for the day.

The next monthly seniors tournament is planned for Sunday, July 21st, at 2 p.m.

League Highlights

Monday Mixed

Aaron Rose led this league with a 265 game and 707 series. Matt Cracraft also bowled a 265 game, which was part of the second-best series for the night at 687.

A 600 series was also bowled by Bill Bowles (684), Mark Rogers (677), Brandon Simpson (666), Andrew Magedanz (651), John Hickam (639), Glenn Masters (627), Steve Woltering (619) and Tyler Magedanz (607).

The best women’s games were bowled by Kymmi Bowles (214), Miranda Reffitt (211) and Beverly Shearer (203), while the high women’s series were rolled by Reffitt (593), Bowles (525) and Shearer (510).

Paul Crowe converted a 4-9 split.

Friday Doubles

John Hickam bowled the high game (268) and series (676) last Friday.

Todd Young rolled the second-best series (616) and he tied Kyle Shultz for the second-high game at 225.

The high women’s game (159) and series (397) were bowled by Beth Smith.

Summer Cash Money

Ollie Gasser led this league with a 225 game and 638 series. Tyler Harris bowled the second-best game (222) and Steve McKnight rolled the second-highest series (578).

Tuesday No-Tap Doubles

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

Beverly Shearer bowled the top game for the night with her second no-tap 300 game of the season. She also bowled the top women’s series (674).

Kymmi Bowles rolled the second-best women’s game (242) and Tina Hisle bowled the second-high women’s series (647).

Three men — Ron Roberts (781), Gary Cromer (747) and Bill Bowles (717) — bowled a 700 series.

The best men’s games were 285 by Bowles, 278 by Cromer and 277 by John Hickam.

A 600 series was also bowled by Donnie Barger (698), Carl Daniels (693), Hickam (689), Russell Truesdale (640), Gary Holtzclaw (626), Novel Davis (620), Lynn Estes (619), Kyle Shultz (614) and Narita Rose (606).

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