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January 7, 2013

BOWLING: Leagues set to swing back in to action

RICHMOND — All the Galaxy leagues will be in action this week as those who took a break for the holidays will resume play.

The Galaxy Classic League will start the second half of its split season and the Cash Money League will start a new season today.

On Tuesday, The Galaxy Girls will resume their 30-week season, while a new season will begin for the Arlington and Bad Bowlers No-Tap leagues

The Early Birds will continue their season on Wednesday morning and the Wednesday Wonders will start the second half of its split season that night.

The Classic Doubles League will be in action on Thursday night and the Friday Night Mixed and TGIF leagues will continue with their full-length seasons on Friday.

There is space available for individuals or teams in all the leagues which are starting new seasons, or the second half of a split season. Call 624-4444 or come to the first session at 6:30 p.m. to join a league.

Senior women’s tourney set for Sunday

The Madison County Women’s Bowling Association will hold its annual seniors tournament at 2 p.m. Sunday.

This tournament is open to MCWBA members who are 50 years of age or older.

County high school bowling teams to meet Saturday

The Madison Southern and Madison Central bowling teams will meet in a head-to-head match for the first time at 1 p.m. Saturday at Galaxy.

Both schools competed in the inaugural KHSAA Region 8 Tournament last year, but the teams could not meet in direct competition because Central only had a co-ed team.

Central has an expanded roster this year and can now put both a boy’s team and a girl’s team on the lanes.

The Madison Southern team won both the boy’s and girl’s competition in a match with Wayne County last Thursday.

The Southern boys won 5-2 with Jared Long leading the way with an impressive 260 game. Caleb Holbrook rolled the second-best boy’s game at 160.

Rebecca Sowder (184) and Shania Wilmot (133) bowled the top games for the Southern girls, who edged Wayne County 4-3.

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