Gail Campbell bowled a no-miss 215 game to lead this league last Wednesday morning.
Karen Kensicki (533) and Campbell (529) rolled the high series scores for the day. Kensicki also bowled the second-best game (201).
Splits were converted by Campbell (3-10 twice) and Beverly Shearer (2-7).
Lewis Jones Jr. led the members of this league last week with a 247 game and 631 series, followed by Steve McKnight at 243 and 626.
Two substitutes rolled scores which were higher than those bowled by any league member. Brandon Simpson bowled a 259 game and 732 series and John Hickam rolled a 258 game and 685 series.
The league’s ladies were led by Jenny Norman with a 187 game and 437 series, followed by Pat Holtzclaw at 172 and 426.
David Robinson led this league last week with a 232 game and 601 series, followed by Steve McKnight at 231 and 589.
The top women’s scores were a 202 game and 557 series by Tina Hisle and a 193 game and 543 series by Beverly Shearer.
Hisle converted a 3-4-6-7 split and Russell Jones picked up a 2-5-7 split.
Friday Night Mixed
Congratulations to Steve Woltering who led this league last week with his career-first 700 game at 709. Lewis Jones Jr. was next with a 703 series.
Five league members — John Hickam (689), Bill Bowles (669), Glenn Masters (651), Donnie Barger (645) and Ron Gugel (604) — and substitute Brandon Simpson (686) bowled a 600 series.
The highest games were rolled by Simpson (279), Bowles (258), Woltering (247), Hickam (247), Jones Jr (246) and Gugel (243).
The top women’s series were 467 by Novel Davis and 463 by Narita Rose, while the high women’s games were 179 by Lisa Ball and 172 by Davis.
Merle Meade (215) and Tim Wells (211) bowled the top men’s games in this league last week, while the best men’s series were 567 by Wells and 561 by Meade.
The lady members of the league were led by Sara Zuercher with a 209 game and 560 series. Rizza VanDall rolled the second-best game (181) and Sandy Reynolds the second-high series (509).
Substitute Miranda Reffitt bowled a 224 game and 566 series.
Splits were converted by Zuercher (2-5-7), Beverly Werner (2-7 and 3-10), Fred Tilsley (2-7 and 4-10) and Jamie Sowder (3-10).