The Richmond Register


April 8, 2013

BOWLING: Norman leads the way at Galaxy

RICHMOND — David Norman bowled the top scores for the week at Galaxy with a 288 game in the Galaxy Classic League and a 755 series in the Wednesday Wonders League.

Tyler Morgan (739) and Russell Truesdale (713) also rolled a 700 series.

Sandy Reynolds led the women for the week with a 244 game and 583 series in the TGIF League.

MCWBA meeting Saturday

The annual meeting of the Madison County Women’s Bowling Association is scheduled for 1 p. m. Saturday at Galaxy.

The agenda will include planning for the state seniors tournament in October. All league women bowlers are invited to attend.

Last week’s league highlights

Galaxy Classic

The high games Monday were bowled by David Norman (288) and Shawn Barton (279),

Tyler Morgan led the league with the only 700 series, at 739. This is the first time in five weeks that there were not two or more 700 series rolled in this league. Spider Weaver (697) bowled the second-best series for the night.

Nineteen other men rolled a 600 series led by Barton (686), John Hickam (675), Mark Rogers (666), Lewis Jones Sr. (655), Gary Cromer (653), Norman (651), Brandon Simpson (649), Ronnie Thomas (647), Matt Wiezorek (647) and Randy Burgess (642).

Patrick Wells (632), Scott Kaylor (629), Bill Bowles (628), Lewis Jones Jr. (623), Lynn Estes (617), Neil Haggard (617), Carl Daniels (611), Brandon Lutes (610) and Barry Miller (606) completed the list of 600 series bowlers for the night.

Regina Barton rolled the only woman’s 500 series (534).


Jane Gordon (184) and Connie Bowlin (172) bowled the high games Tuesday, while the best series scores were 476 by Bowlin and 458 by Bridget Settles.

Splits were converted by Settles (2-7) Peggy Coy (5-7) and Merle Motley (5-7).

Wednesday Wonders

David Norman set a new high for this league with a 755 series, which included the high game for the night at 269.

Woody Arvin bowled the second-best series (610) and he tied Bill Bowles for the second-high game, at 222.

The league’s ladies were led by Kymmi Bowles with a 178 game and 492 series, followed by Patricia Holtzclaw, at 166 and 441.

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