The Richmond Register


April 23, 2013

BOWLING: Simpson, Rogers hit 700 at Galaxy


RICHMOND — Arlington

Bridget Settles bowled the high game (212) and series (562) series as this league finished the second half of its split season Tuesday.

Doris Gish rolled the second-best series (512) and Janell Williams rolled a no-miss 201 game.

Splits were converted by Fanny Rice (5-7-8), Betty Morris (5-10) and Kim Owens (5-10).

Spare Parts (Sybil Fagan, Nancy Ross, Janell Williams and Brenda Underwood) finished on top followed by Spare Change (Marietta McBride, Peggy Coy, Harriette Williams and Pam Johnson) and No Shows (Joan Mott, Betty Morris and Jamie Carroll).

The individual leaders for the league will be noted in next week’s column.

Friday Night Mixed

This league completed its 2012-13 season last week.

Mark Rogers bowled the high game (267) and series (701) on the final night. Glenn Masters was second in both categories with a 259 game and 680 series.

A 600 series was also bowled by Ron Gugel (649), Lewis Jones Jr. (637), Neil Haggard (633) and Kenny Smith (604).

Smith bowled a rare all-spare game while recording a 187 score in his first game of the night.

Veteran bowler Jack Noe rolled a season-best 553 series. Noe has bowled in sanctioned leagues every year since 1962 except for one year he missed because of knee surgery.

Beverly Shearer (193) and Narita Rose (181) bowled the high women’s games for the night. Rose rolled the best women’s series (513) followed by Shearer and Tracy Gugel at 483 each.

Splits were converted by Ron Gugel (6-7), Shearer (5-7), Wanda Cole (3-5-9-10), John Hickam (2-10 and 2-4-10), Beth Smith (2-7) and Bill Bowles (2-7).

We’ve Been Framed (Russell Jones, Narita Rose, Steve Woltering and John Hickam) captured the league championship and the $800 first-place prize money with 92 wins.

Space Balls (Wanda Cole, Bobby Abrams, Beverly Shearer and Kymmi and Bill Bowles) finished second with 79 wins, while third place went to Bowling Buddies (Mark Rogers, Julia Landreth and Debby and Lewis Jones, Jr.) with 75 wins.

The individual leaders for this league will be recognized in next week’s column.

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