The Richmond Register


March 26, 2013

BOWLING: Hickam, Simpson both hit 700 twice


RICHMOND — Arlington

Bridget Settles bowled the top game (204) and series (516), followed by Becky Fraser (191) and (475).

Splits were converted by Janell Williams (5-7), Connie Bowlin (5-7), Merle Motley (2-6), Fannie Rice (3-10) and Betty Morris (3-10).

Wednesday Wonders

David Norman bowled the top scores for league members with a 278 game and 694 series. Russell Jones rolled the second-best game (247) and Lewis Jones Jr. the second-high series (668). Terry Jackson rolled a 607 series.

Substitute John Hickam rolled a 276 game and 780 series and sub Brandon Simpson bowled a 269 game and 727 series. This was Simpson’s fifth 700 series in 10 days.

The best women’s games were 190 by Teresa Jackson and 163 by JoAnn Smith, while the high series were 427 by Patricia Holtzclaw and 424 by Kymmi Bowles.

Classic Doubles

The top game (224) and series (633) were bowled by Steve McKnight, while the second-best game was 213 by Mike Huser and the second-high series was 553 by Carl Daniels.

Tina Hisle led the women in the league with a 212 game and 546 series, followed by Carolyn McKnight (171) and (433).

Friday Night Mixed

John Hickam (756) and Mark Rogers (741) bowled the high series scores. A 600 series was rolled by Lewis Jones Jr. (687), Bill Bowles (684), Ron Gugel (664), Neil Haggard (661), Ronald Richmond (654) and Steve Woltering (627).

The best games were 278 by Hickam and 268 by Rogers.

Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 211 game and 566 series, followed by Novel Davis, at 187 and 490.

Julia Landreth picked up a 3-6-7-10 split and Wanda Cole converted a 2-7 and a 3-7-10 split.


The top games were bowled by Tim Wells (257) and Merle Meade (214), while the best series were 586 by Meade and 584 by Wells.

Pat Harris (185) and Sandy Reynolds (183) rolled the high women’s games, while the best women’s series were 534 by Reynolds and 491 by Sara Zuercher.

Splits were converted by Tim Wells (3-10), Margaret Tilsley (5-7), Chris VanDall (3-10), Becky Wells (4-8-10) and Helen McKnight (5-10).

Cash Money

J.J. Reisig bowled the high series (561) and second-best game (193) for league members. Vince Townsend rolled the top game (194) and Sam Spangler the second-high series (550).

Substitute J.J. Tudor bowled a 206 game and 559 series.

The best women’s games were 166 by Debra Robertson and 163 by Jessica Bitnar, while the high series were 367 by Mary Mink and 359 by Robertson.

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