The Richmond Register


September 26, 2013

BOWLING: Seniors state tourney at Galaxy this weekend


RICHMOND — Classic Doubles

Beverly Shearer led this league with a no-miss 223 game which was part of a 538 series.

Genny Bryant bowled the next-best women’s scores with a 178 game and 474 series.

The best men’s scores were a 206 game and 523 series by Carl Daniels and a 200 game and 526 series by Mike Huser.


Ron Gugel bowled a 735 series and 258 game to lead this league, followed by Randy Burgess with a 670 series and 255 game.

A 600 series was also rolled by Ronald Richmond (657), Lewis Jones Jr. (629) and Bill Bowles (620).

Novel Davis (192), Beverly Shearer (188) and Narita Rose (188) bowled the high women’s games.

The best women’s series were 508 by Sara Zuercher and 492 by Sandy Reynolds.


Bridget Settles led this league Tuesday morning with a 191 game and 498 series. Linda Drummond was second in both categories with a 183 game and 480 series.

Splits were converted by Settles (5-7), Linda Bowles (2-7), Yolanda Fritz (4-10) and Dewey Locker (5-9-10).

Early Birds

Gail Campbell bowled the high series (538) on Wednesday morning and she tied Beverly Shearer for the high game at 183.

Karen Kensicki rolled the next-best scores with a 489 series and 180 game.

Splits were picked up by Beverly Brassfield (2-7) and Sue Hegelmeyer (3-10).

Cash Money

Sam Spangler led this league Monday with a 212 game and 590 series. Charles Glodt bowled the second-best game (192) and Donald Spivey rolled the second-best series (501).

The best women’s games were 160 by Jessica Bitnar and 149 by Christy Andrews. These two also rolled the best women’s series — 441 by Bitnar and 440 by Andrews.

Bad Bowlers No-Tap

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

A 600 series was bowled by Kyle Shultz (654) and Josh Wilson (603) on Tuesday. The best games were 263 by Steve Dickey and 231 by Wilson.

April Brumfield led the league’s ladies with a 224 game and 598 series, followed by Joanna Dickey at 159 and 419.

This week’s top scores

Men’s games

Ron Gugel    280

Lewis Jones Jr.    259

Ronnie Thomas    258

Bill Bowles    257

Neil Haggard    256

Randy Burgess    255

Brandon Simpson    248

Lewis Jones Sr.    247

Mark Rogers    246

Bobby Abrams    246

Lynn Estes    243

Matt Wieczorek    240

Aaron Rose    238

David Norman    236

Colin Green    231

Ronald Richmond    230

Barry Miller    226

Joe Bailey    225

Tim Wells    222

Glenn Masters    222

Billy McGuire    213

Patrick Wells    213

Sam Spangler    212

Bruce Watson    210

Terry Jackson    209

J. J. Harrison    208

Robby Bales    207

Carl Daniels    206

Joe Reichel    206

Charles Harris    204

Todd Young    204

Ray White    203

John Rice    201

Bill Schutters    201

Mike Huser    200

Ron Roberts    200

Don L. Johnson    200

Women’s games

Beverly Shearer    223

Regina Barton    212

Narita Rose    204

Tammy Fourre    197

Novel Davis    192

Bridget Settles    191

Sandy Reynolds    186

Linda Drummond    183

Julia Lambert    181

Andi Daly    181

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