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April 30, 2013

BOWLING: Summer leagues roll into action at Galaxy

(Continued)

RICHMOND — Arlington

The top teams for the second half of the split season — Spare Parts (Sybil Fagan, Nancy Ross, Janell Williams and Brenda Undewood), Spare Change (Marietta McBride, Peggy Coy, Harriette Williams and Pam Johnson) and No Shows (Joan Mott, Betty Morris and Jamie Carroll) — were recognized in last week’s column.

The individual leaders are noted in today’s column.

The best averages were recorded by Connie Bowlin (161), Bridget Settles (160), Doris Gish (150), Linda Bowles (147) and Tina Hunter (147).

Settles bowled the highest series (562), followed by Jan Barnes (545), Bowlin (544), Gish (512) and Bowles (512).

The highest games were 234 by Barnes, 212 by Settles, 201 by Janell Williams, 200 by Gish and 196 by Bowlin.

Last week’s top scores

Men’s games

Steve McKnight    278

J. J. Reisig    226

Lance Rickert    210

Vince Townsend    204

Women’s games

Carolyn McKnight    179

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