The Richmond Register


December 23, 2012

BOWLING; Christmas tourney a success


RICHMOND — Arlington

Spare Change (Marietta McBride, Peggy Coy, Harriette Williams and Pam Johnson), Spare Parts (Sybil Fagan, Nancy Ross, Janell Williams and Brenda Underwood) and the Queen Pins (Sherry Ernst, Lynn Lainhart, Jackie Collier and Bridget Settles) finished in the top three positions as this league completed the fall portion of its schedule.

The top averages were compiled by Bridget Settles (161), Doris Gish (156), Connie Bowlin (155), Linda Bowles (148) and Tina Hunter (141).

Settles also rolled the high series (565), followed by Bowles (548), Bowlin (542), Gish (538) and Marietta McBride (506).

Settles completed a sweep of the “triple crown” by bowling the highest game (235). The next-best games were bowled by Becky Fraser (223), Jan Barnes (220), Gish (220) and Hunter (210).

Most improved honors went to Brenda Underwood.

Cash Money

Because of the length of today’s column, the individual leaders for the fall season in this league will be recognized in next week’s column

Last week’s top scores

Men’s games

Glenn Masters    259

Ollie Gasser    255

Mark Rogers    254

Lewis Jones Jr.    253

John Hickam    247

Charles Harris    225

Kenny Smith    233

Ron Gugel    224

Merle Meade    222

Ronald Richmond    221

Bill Bowles    220

Steve Woltering    220

Raymond White    211

Bobby Abrams    204

Robbie Richmond    200

Ritchie Wilmot    200

Women’s games

Narita Rose    227

Novel Davis    216

Sandy Reynolds    207

Beverly Shearer    200

Sara Zuercher    197

Gail Campbell    193

Linda Combs    190

Brenda Marcum    189

Bridget Settles    187

Pat Harris    185

Michelle Ratliff    185

Karen Kensicki    182

Amy Felty    180

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