The Richmond Register

Sports

March 31, 2013

BOWLING: Simpson hits 700 three more times at Galaxy

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Classic Doubles

Tina Hisle bowled the top game (228) and series (546). Beverly Shearer rolled the next-best women’s scores with a 168 game and 468 series.

The high men’s series were 543 by Carl Daniels and 537 by Russell Truesdale, while the best men’s games were 217 by Steve McKnight and 209 by Russell Jones.

Friday Night Mixed

Neil Haggard led the members of this league with a 255 game and 702 series. Lewis Jones Jr. rolled the second-best game for league members (238) and John Hickam the second-high series (680).

A 600 series was also bowled by Jones Jr. (643) and Donnie Barger (620).

Substitute Brandon Simpson rolled a 269 game and 773 series.

Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 222 game and 604 series, followed by Kymmi Bowles, at 189 and 471.

TGIF

Merle Meade (652) and Ollie Gasser (568) bowled the high series, while the top games were 237 by Gasser and 227 by Meade.

Miranda Reffitt bowled the top women’s game (199) and series (561). Beverly Werner rolled the second-best women’s game (194) and Sara Zuercher the second-high series (495).

Splits were converted by Jennifer Richmond (6-7-10), Fred Tilsley (3-10), Margaret Tilsley (3-10 and 2-5-7) and Pat Harris (6-7-10 and 3-6-8-10).

Tim Wells bowled a no-miss 191 game.

Cash Money

Steve McKnight (607) and J. J. Reisig (601) bowled the high series scores, while the best games were 237 by Lance Dickert and 225 each by McKnight and Ronnie Norris Sr.

The best women’s series were 379 by Carolyn McKnight and 374 by Mary Mink. Mink (149) and McKnight (146) also bowled the high women’s games.

Steve McKnight picked up a 6-7 split.

Bad Bowlers No-Tap

Nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike in no-tap leagues.

Anthony Taulbee bowled the high game (268) and series (745), followed by Gary Cromer, at 256 and 742.

Adam Cromer rolled a 704 series and Steve Dickey a 626 series.

April Brumfield led the league’s ladies with 198 game and 521 series, followed by Joanna Dickey, at 173 and 433.

Last week’s top scores

Men’s games

Brandon Lutes    278

John Hickam    278

Tyler Morgan    276

Brandon Simpson    269

Randy Burgess    268

David Norman    267

Mark Daly    266

Shawn Barton    259

Lewis Jones, Jr.    258

Neil Haggard    255

Matt Wieczorek    245

Joe Reichel    245

Spider Weaver    244

Joe Bailey    241

Glenn Masters    237

Ollie Gasser    237

Lewis Jones Sr.    235

Ronnie Thomas    235

Bruce Watson    234

Mark Rogers    234

Donnie Barger    233

Bill Bowles    232

Gary Cromer    231

Merle Meade    227

Patrick Wells    226

Steve McKnight    225

Ronnie Norris Sr.    225

Carl Daniels    223

J. J. Reisig    223

Lynn Estes    222

Todd Young    221

Ron Gugel    220

Raymond White    219

Ronnie Hurd    218

Aaron Rose    217

Ritchey Wilmot    217

Bobby Abrams    216

Ron Roberts    213

Tim Wells    213

Don L. Johnson    213

Ronnie Norris Jr.    213

Don R. Johnson    212

Mike E. Bryant    209

Russell Jones    209

John Rice    208

Russell Truesdale    208

Craig Richmond    207

Clifford Rose    205

Gary Holtzclaw    204

Anthony Taulbee    204

James Noe    204

Ronald Richmond    204

Tim Lainhart    203

Brian Ford    202

Colin Green    201

Women’s games

Narita Rose    257

Tina Hisle    228

Michelle Ratliff    204

Regina Barton    201

Miranda Reffitt    199

Mary Mink    195

Beverly Werner    194

Sue Hegelmeyer    191

Beverly Shearer    189

Kymmi Bowles    189

Andi Daly    188

Ruby Jo Ward    187

Shella Cobb    182

Pat Holtzclaw    180

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