The Richmond Register


July 25, 2013

BOWLING: Roberts wins monthly seniors tourney

RICHMOND — Ron Roberts won the monthly seniors tournament on Sunday with a handicapped score of 698.

Second place went to Lois Evans with a handicapped score of 685, while Pat Holtzclaw was third at 669.

Roberts also bowled the highest actual scores with a 223 game and 626 series. The next-best scratch games were 201 by Carl Daniels and 170 by Gary Holtzclaw. Daniels (573) and Gary Holtzclaw (463) also rolled the next-highest scratch series scores.

This was the final monthly seniors tournament for the year. The Madison County Bowling Association will sponsor monthly tournaments for its members this fall.

League highlights

Monday Mixed

Git-R-Done (Terry Jackson, John Rice, David Norman and Brandon Simpson) trailed the Pittsnogglers (Zach Niekirk, Matt Cracraft and Tyler and Andrew Magedanz) by two games entering the final night of play this week. Thus, Git-R-Done needed to win all three games and total pins in a head-to-head match to move into first place.

Git-R-Done won the first two games by scores of 832-801 and 818-792, but the Lexington-based Pittsnogglers won the third game 842-771 and total pins 2,435 to 2,421 to take the league title.

The Pittsnogglers collected $500 for finishing first, while Git-R-Done was awarded $300 for its runner-up finish.

Hammer Time (Todd Young, Nate Rosenbauer, Gary Cromer and Carl Daniels) earned $200 for finishing third.

Each team in the league earned $10 for each game won during the season. The $10 per win added $320 to the winnings for the first-place team, $300 more for the runner-up team and $290 to the winnings for Hammer Time.

The high series scores for the night were bowled by Matt Cracraft (682), Aaron Rose (680), Andrew Magedanz (662), Brandon Simpson (654), Lewis Jones, Jr. (633) and Neil Haggard (615).

Miranda Reffit (246) and Beverly Shearer (213) rolled the best women’s games for the night, while the high women’s series were 595 by Shearer and 593 by Reffitt.

The individual leaders for the season will be recognized in next week’s          column.

Friday Doubles

John Hickam led this league last week with a 248 game and 661 series.

Todd Young bowled the second-best game (236) and Bobby Abrams rolled the second-high series (584).

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