The Richmond Register


October 23, 2013

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RICHMOND — Brandon Simpson and Shawn Barton each bowled a 701 series to top the scoring at Galaxy this week. Patrick Wells rolled the high game for the week at 259.

The best women’s scores were a 577 series by Beverly Shearer and a 224 game by Regina Barton.

League highlights

Galaxy Classic

The best series scores on Monday were 701 each by Brandon Simpson and Shawn Barton. The highest games were 259 by Patrick Wells and 258 by Simpson.

A 600 series was rolled by Wells (687), Ron Gugel (670), Ronnie Thomas (637), Robby Bales (634), David Norman (631), Mike Riley (625) and Joe Reichel (601). Nate Rosenbauer just missed a 600 series with a 599 score.

The best women’s games were 224 by Regina Barton and 200 by Andi Daly. Daly (545) and Barton (542) also rolled the best women’s series scores.

Galaxy Girls

The high games on Tuesday were 169 by both Rita Roberts and Narita Rose and 167 by Keeley Gadd.

Rose (461), Jelemia Sanders (457) and Shella Cobb (457) rolled the best series score for the league members.

Substitute Beverly Shearer topped all the league members with a 194 game and 523 series.

Splits were picked up by Beverly Aleshire (3-10), Linda Combs (5-7-9), Emma Lee Tate (5-6-10) and Brenda Williams (3-10 and 5-10).


The high series by the members of this league last week were 664 by Merle Meade and 650 by Ron Gugel, while the top games were 244 by Bill Bowles and 226 by Meade.

A 600 series was also bowled by Bowles (649), Steve Woltering (647), and substitutes Mark Rogers (623) and Neil Haggard (617).

Sub Brandon Simpson out-scored all the league members with a 254 game and 669 series.

Novel Davis led the league’s ladies with a 209 game and 549 series, followed by Sandy Reynolds at 202 and 522.

Wednesday Wonders

Bill Bowles (243) and Lewis Jones Jr. (236) bowled the high games in this league last week, while the top series scores were 612 by Bowles, 612 by David Norman, 609 by Jones, Jr. and 600 by Mark Rogers.

JoAnn Smith led the league’s ladies with a 195 game and 484 series, followed by Pat Holtzclaw at 180 and 455.

Splits were converted by Kymmi Bowles (5-7) and Russell Jones (2-4-10).

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