The highest series Tuesday was 614 by Narita Rose, which included a 223 game. The high game or the night was a no-miss 244 score by substitute Beverly Shearer, which was part of a 580 series.
The next-best scores by members of the league were a 188 game by Susie King and a 471 series by Shella Cobb.
Splits were converted by Tammy Fourre (4-6-10) and Jan Stepp (3-10).
Carl Daniels led the members of this league last week with a 238 game and 601 series. Bill Bowles rolled the next-best game (222) and series (587) for the league members. Substitute Brandon Simpson bowled a 246 game and 641 series.
The best women’s games were 165 by Renda Roberts and 163 by Julia Landreth, while the top women’s series were 448 by Landreth and 436 by Cynthia Eades.
Eades picked up a 3-10 split.
Mike Huser led this league last Thursday with a 202 game and 536 series, followed by Bobby Abrams at 197 and 519.
Beverly Shearer led the ladies with a 175 game and 490 series. Denise Lakner rolled the second-best women’s game (159) and Mary Taylor bowled the second-high women’s series (395).
Splits were converted by Terry Kirby (6-7-10) and Dean Acker (2-7-8 and 3-10).
The best scores last Friday were a 267 game and 761 series by Ron Gugel and a 245 game and 694 series by Randy Burgess.
A 600 series also was bowled by Steve Woltering (627), Bobby Abrams (625), Lewis Jones Jr. (607) and Fatu Sevelo (606).
Beverly Shearer (224) and Sandy Reynolds (205) bowled the high women’ games, and they also rolled the highest series scores — 543 by Reynolds and 529 by Shearer.
Bridget Settles led this league Tuesday morning with a 185 game and 524 series, followed by Linda Bowles at 184 and 481.
Splits were converted by Settles (2-7), Connie Bowlin (3-10), Sherry Ernst (2-7), Jackie Collier (3-10), Yolanda Fritz (4-7) and Kathy Palmer (2-7-10).
The high game (198) and series (521) were bowled by Gail Campbell on Wednesday morning.
Beverly Shearer rolled the second-best series (484) and Karen Kensicki bowled the second-highest game (171).
Pat Harris converted a 2-7 and a 4-5-7 split.