The Richmond Register


October 3, 2013

BOWLING: Johnson claims state seniors title


RICHMOND — Galaxy Girls

Carole Bales (197) and Brenda Williams (196) bowled the high games on Tuesday.

The best series scores were 541 by Narita Rose and 494 by Williams.

Splits were converted by Williams (3-10), Dawn Bydal (5-7), Cheryl Beauchamp (2-7), Velma Cruse (5-6), Tammy Fourre (6-8), Janie Secchi (5-10) and Tammy Daniel (3-10 and 5-10).

Wednesday Wonders

Mark Rogers joined the 2013-14 Galaxy 700 club with a 713 series last week, which included the second-best game of the night at 248.

The second-best series was 615 by Carl Daniels, while the highest game was 255 by Rick Stamper.

The best women’s games were 177 by LuAnn “Poovie” Bryant and 176 by Pat Holtzclaw.

Holtzclaw (495) and Kymmi Bowles (451) bowled the top women’s series scores.

Classic Doubles

Mike Huser led this league last Thursday with a 205 game and 568 series, followed by Carl Daniels at 203 and 554.

The best women’s games were 190 by Beverly Shearer and 186 by Tina Hisle, while the high women’s series were 520 by Shearer and a personal-best 509 by Teresa Reed.

Reed also bowled her personal best game at 176.


Ron Gugel set a new high for the season in this league with a 268 game, and he rolled the top series for the night at 708.

Randy Burgess rolled the second-best game (256) and Bill Bowles the second-highest series (670). Ronald Richmond bowled a 653 series.

The best women’s games were 204 by Sandy Reynolds and 189 each by Beverly Shearer and Sara Zuercher.

Narita Rose rolled the high women’s series at 526, followed by Zuercher at 513.


Bridget Settles bowled the high game (195) and series (529) on Tuesday, followed by Janell Williams (179) and (488).

Splits were converted by Barbara Hendren (4-6), Betty Lou Morris (2-7) and Joan Mott (2-7).

Early Birds

Gail Campbell led this league on Wednesday morning with a no-miss 235 game and a 583 series.

The second-best game was 203 by Beverly Shearer and the second-highest series was 526 by Genny Bryant.

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