The Richmond Register


February 17, 2013

BOWLING: Three men reach 700 at Galaxy


RICHMOND — Arlington

The high games in this league last Tuesday were 191 by Barbara Hendren and 186 by Janell Williams.

Bridget Settles (514) and Linda Bowles (512) bowled the highest series scores.

Splits were converted by Hendren (2-6), Sherry Ernst (2-7), Connie Bowlin (5-7), Jamie Carroll (3-10), Betty Morris (5-9) and Merle Motley (5-7 and 3-5-7).

Early Birds

Gail Campbell set a new high for a series in this league this season with a 598 total, which included the high game for the day at 233.

Beverly Shearer bowled the second-best series (503) and the second-highest game with a no-miss 203 score.

Splits were converted by Mary Lou Cox (2-7), Joyce Kearns (3-10) and Wanda Sampson (3-9-10).

Classic Doubles

Josh Jackson led this league last Thursday with a 257 game and 617 series, while Mike Huser rolled the second-best men’s scores with a 202 game and 598 series.

The women were led by Tina Hisle with a 235 game and 564 series, followed by Beverly Shearer at 163 and 463.

Hisle’s 235 game is the high for a woman in this league this season.

Friday Night Mixed

John Hickam bowled the top series in this league last week at 704 and the second-best game at 256. The high game was 276 by Ronald Richmond.

A 600 series was rolled by Ron Gugel (657), Richmond (625), Glenn Masters (622), Tim Lainhart (613) and Mark Rogers (608).

Kymmi Bowles led the women with a no-miss 213 game, which is her career-best score. Bowles also bowled the second-best women’s series (559).

The high women’s series for the night was 568 by Narita Rose who also rolled the second-high game (203).

Debbie Jones converted a 3-7-10 split.


Brian Ford led this league last week with a 241 game and 592 series, followed by Merle Meade at 227 and 553.

The top women’s games were 210 by Sandy Reynolds and 180 by Sara Zuercher, while the high series scores were 502 by Zuercher and 501 by Reynolds.

Splits were converted by Zuercher (3-10), Reynolds (5-7), Margaret Tilsley (3-10), Fred Tilsley (5-10), Miranda Reffitt (3-10), Charles Harris (6-7-10) and Pat Harris (2-4-5-7-10).

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