The Richmond Register

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March 26, 2013

BOWLING: Hickam, Simpson both hit 700 twice

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Bad Bowlers No-Tap

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

Gary Cromer set a new series high for the season with an 829 total, which included the high game of 287.

Steve Dickey bowled the next-best scores with a 662 series and 277 game. Ed Maggard (623) and Adam Cromer (621) also rolled a 600 series.

Joanna Dickey set a new women’s series high, at 605. The second-best women’s series was 583 by April Brumfield.

The best women’s games were 233 by Brumfield and 222 by Pat Taulbee.

Splits were converted by April Brumfield (3-10), Don Brumfield (3-10) and Dean Acker (6-7).

Last week’s top scores

Men’s games

David Norman    278

John Hickam    278

Brandon Simpson    269

Mark Rogers    268

Randy Burgess    265

Bill Bowles    259

Tyler Morgan    258

Tim Wells    257

Spider Weaver    254

Craig Richmond    254

Aaron Rose    248

Lewis Jones Jr.    247

Ronnie Thomas    246

Carl Daniels    245

Joe Reichel    244

Steve Woltering    244

Terry Jackson    243

Brandon Lutes    242

Patrick Wells    238

Ron Gugel    237

Gary Cromer    235

Ronald Richmond    234

Bobby Abrams    230

Lewis Jones Sr.    227

Peanut Johnson    226

Mark Daly    225

Neil Haggard    225

Bruce Watson    224

Steve McKnight    224

Mike Riley    223

Russell Jones    222

Shawn Barton    219

Merle Meade    214

Warren Martin    213

Mike Huser    213

Lynn Estes    207

T. J. Tudor    206

Chris VanDall    205

Jim Holt    204

Tim Lainhart    204

Ron Roberts    202

Donnie Barger    202

Billy McGuire    201

Daniel Benge    200

Women’s games

Regina Barton    236

Tina Hisle    212

Narita Rose    211

Bridget Settles    204

Velma Cruse    202

Beverly Shearer    197

Becky Fraser    191

Teresa Jackson    190

Novel Davis    187

Amy Felty    185

Pat Harris    185

Mary Marcum    183

Andi Daly    182

Beverly Aleshire    182

Janie Secchi    182

Kymmi Bowles    180

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