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October 30, 2012

BOWLING: Reichel leads the way at Galaxy

(Continued)

BEREA — Wednesday Wonders

Carl Daniels (256) and Bill Bowles (252) rolled the top games in this league last week.

The best series scores by league members were 708 by Tyler Morgan and 640 by David Norman.

A 600 series was also bowled by Bowles (628), Matt Joyce (611) and substitute Mark Rogers (668).

Miranda Reffitt led the league’s ladies with a 204 game and 604 series, followed by Rita Morgan at 190 and 519.

Rick Stamper and Cynthia Eades each converted an 8-10 split.

Friday Night Mixed

Neil Haggard led this league last week with a 267 game and 719 series, followed by Lewis Jones Jr. at 258 and 666.

A 600 series was also bowled by John Hickam (618), Glenn Masters (602) and substitute Brandon Simpson (688),

Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 626 series, which included two 224 games.

Beverly Shearer and Novel Davis tied for the second-best women’s game at 184, and Davis rolled the second-high women’s series (511).

Mike Begley picked up a 5-8-10 split.

TGIF

Sue Hegelmeyer led all the members of this league last week with a 226 game, which was part of the high women’s series for the night (539).

Sandy Reynolds rolled the second-best game for the night (205) and Sara Zuercher bowled the second-best women’s series (528).

The high men’s games were 203 by Chris VanDall and 190 by Tim Wells. Wells rolled the best series (552), followed by Merle Meade and Raymond White at 511 each.

Splits were converted by Chris VanDall (3-10), Rizza VanDall (8-10), Margaret Tilsley (3-10) and Fred Tilsley (5-10).

Cash Money League

Ronnie Norris Jr. led this league last week with a 234 game and 566 series. J.J. Reisig rolled the second-high game (214) and Nate Rosenbauer bowled the second-best series (535).

The best women’s games were 146 by Beth Voorhees and 141 by Colleen Jackson, while the high women’s series were 393 by Jackson and 358 by Voorhees.

Bad Bowlers

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

David Robinson led this league last week with a 275 game and 686 series. Eddie Embree rolled the second-best game (251) and Steve Dickey the second-best series (616).

The best women’s games were bowled by April Brumfield (194), Barbara Brogle (194) and Genny Bryant (191).

Bryant (543) and Pam Bennett (475) rolled the high women’s series scores.

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