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November 28, 2013

BOWLING: Annual Turkey Shootout a success

RICHMOND — The Madison County Bowling Association’s eighth annual Turkey Shootout attracted a field of 44 bowlers on Sunday who enjoyed the 3-6-9 and no-tap formats.

Bowlers received free strikes in the third, sixth and ninth frames and nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counted as a strike.

Glenn Masters (1,106) and John Hickam (1,090) recorded the best four-game totals for the men, while the high women’s scores were 905 by Beverly Shearer and 856 by Narita Rose. These four bowlers were awarded $30 gift cards.

Masters, Hickam and Gary Holtzclaw each rolled 300 games with the aid of the enhanced scoring system.

Bowlers received a ticket for each “turkey” bowled — three consecutive strikes. These tickets were entered into a drawing after the finish of the tourney. Eight tickets were drawn and the lucky ticket holders each received $30 gift cards.

Gary Holtzclaw, Miranda Reffett, Ron Roberts, Brandon

Simpson, Jamie Sowder, Jan Stepp, Luke Sullivan and Fred Tilsley held the winning tickets.

The next MCBA event will be the annual Christmas tourney on Dec. 15.

High school bowling

The Madison Southern High School bowling teams opened the 2013-14 season with four matches from Nov. 14 - 21. The teams are coached by Margaret Tilsley and Randy Burgess.

The girls topped Montgomery County and Corbin, but lost to Lee County and West Jessamine. The MSHS boys are in a rebuilding year and lost all four matches.

“Our boys are very young and very inexperienced.” Tilsley said. “The oldest member of the boy’s team is a sophomore with the rest of the team comprised of freshmen, middle-school students and one fourth-grader.”

The members of the girl’s team include: Jodeci Collins, Megan Faught, Katie Hicks, Brittany Markland, Ciara Plants, Kacy Satterfield, Heather Smith and Rebecca Sowder.

The boy’s roster includes: Johnny Carl, Zeb Davis, Kyle Maggard, Hunter Megyesi, Scout Megyesi, Derrick Richmond, John Richmond and Kevin Rodgers.

The best games bowled thus far by the girls are 199 by Rebecca Sowder, 182 by Ciara Plants, 180 by Megan Faught and 147 by Heather Smith.

The best boy’s games are 167 by Zeb Davis, 148 by Kevin Rogers, 144 by Hunter Megyesi and 136 by John Richmond.

The next matches for the Eagles will be at East Jessamine on Dec. 2, vs. Wayne County, at Somerset on Dec. 5 and a home match against Corbin on Dec. 12.

The Central boys have won against Corbin, but have lost to Lee County, Montgomery County and Bryan Station twice.

The Lady Indians have wins over Lee County and Montgomery County, but losses to Corbin and Bryan Station twice.

The top scores for the boys include 214 by Daelyn White, 196 by Blake Jackson, 188 by Grant Willoughby, 171 by Josh Maynard and 167 by Daniel Gregory.

The best girl’s scores thus far include 172 by Debborah Harrison, 164 by Danielle Harrison, 151 by Madisyn Hurst, 149 by Casey Dickerson and 138 by Nikki Vickery.

Central’s next match is against Clark County in Lexington on Dec. 4, followed by a home match with Henry Clay on Dec.9.

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