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September 6, 2013

BOWLING: Leagues ready to roll into action

RICHMOND — Only three leagues were operating this week, but the 2013-14 bowling season will be in full swing next week at Galaxy as all the fall leagues will be in action.

The high-level Galaxy Classic League will open its new season on Monday with an organizational meeting at 6 p.m. followed by the first night of competition.

The non-sanctioned Cash Money League will also start at 7 p.m. Monday.

The Bad Bowlers No-Tap league will start at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. This fun league provides an opportunity for bowlers of all skill levels to improve their skills while bowling in a no-pressure league.

The Wednesday Wonders League was originally scheduled to start this week, but the opening has been delayed until next Wednesday. An organizational meeting at 6 p.m. will be followed by the first session of the fall.

Space is available for individuals in all of these leagues. Call Galaxy at 624-4444 or come early on the first night to join one or more of these leagues.

Condolences to the          Bryant family

The members of the local bowling community extend their condolences to LuAnn Bryant upon the passing of her husband, Michael C. Bryant. Mike was a long-time member of the Wednesday Wonders League.

League highlights


This women’s league opened its new season on Tuesday morning with 10 teams. The league will bowl a split season of two 15-week sessions.

Connie Bowlin (189) and Linda Bowles (188) bowled the high games on the opening day. Bowlin and Bowles also tied for the high series at 486.

Splits were picked up by Janell Williams (5-7), Barbara Hendren (5-6), Brenda Ault (7-9) and Sue Hegelmeyer (5-10).

Galaxy Girls

Keeley Gadd (212) and Carole Bales (198) rolled the high games in this league on Tuesday.

The best series scores were 524 by Dawn Bydal and 517 by Gadd.

Betty Lou Masters rolled a no-miss 196 game.

Splits were converted by Masters (4-7-10), Brenda Marcum (3-10), Karen Hendrix (2-7), Faye Willis (3-10) and Jelemia Sanders (5-6-7).

Early Birds

Gail Campbell led this league Wednesday morning with a 180 game and 521 series. Genny Bryant was second in both measures with a 172 game and 476 series.

Splits were converted by Campbell (3-10), Pat Harris (3-10), Joyce Kearns (5-6 and 2-6-7-10) and Beverly Shearer (2-7).

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