The Richmond Register

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October 30, 2012

BOWLING: Reichel leads the way at Galaxy

BEREA — Joe Reichel bowled a 280 game and 747 series in the Galaxy Classic League last week.

These scores place him second on the Galaxy leaderboard for game scores this season and third for a series score.

Tyler Morgan (720), Neil Haggard (719) and Jeff Napier (716) also rolled a 700 series last week.

Narita Rose became the third woman to roll a 600 series at Galaxy this season with a 626 total in the Friday Night Mixed League, while Sue Hegelmeyer rolled the top women’s game for the week with a 226 score in the TGIF League.

League Highlights

Galaxy Classic

Joe Reichel bowled some impressive scores to lead this league last week with a 280 game and 747 series.

Ronnie Thomas rolled the second-best game for league members at 257 and Mark Rogers the second-best series (664).

Two substitutes reached the 700 series level as Tyler Morgan bowled a 720 series, which included a 266 game, and Jeff Napier rolled a 716 series, led by a 259 game.

A 600 series was also bowled by Mike E. Bryant (654), John Hickam (654), Glenn Masters (653), Lewis Jones Jr. (644), Lynn Estes (643), Carl Daniels (624), David Norman (610) and Joe Bailey (608).

Regina Barton led the women in the league with a 194 game and 554 series.

Thirty men rolled a total of 50 200-level games at this session.

Galaxy Girls

The high games in this league last week were 195 by Rita Roberts and 187 by Linda Combs.

Michelle Ratliff (523) and Dawn Bydal (496) rolled the best series scores.

Lois Evans converted a    5-6 split, while Betty Lou Masters, Bridget Settles, Linda Bowles and Brenda Marcum each picked up a    3-10 split.

Early Birds

Joyce Kearns (201) and Pat Harris (184) bowled the top games in this league last week, while the highest series scores were 500 by Harris and 496 by Gail Campbell.

Harris converted a 5-7 split.

Arlington

Linda Bowles (183) and Connie Bowlin (182) rolled the top games in this league last week. The best series scores were 479 by Bowlin and 466 by Doris Gish.

Splits were converted by Bowlin (3-10), Tina Hunter (5-7) and Kathy Palmer (5-7).

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