The Richmond Register


January 21, 2013

BOWLING: Rose hits 700

RICHMOND — Narita Rose set new highs for the season for the women at Galaxy with a 277 game and 707 series in the Friday Night Mixed League. This is believed to be the first 700 series bowled by a woman at Galaxy since it opened in 2001.

Carl Daniels bowled the top series for the week with a 766 score in the Classic Doubles League and Neil Haggard rolled the highest game at 289 in the Friday Night Mixed League.

Haggard and Ron Gugel each bowled two 700 series last week.

Senior women’s tournament

Novel Davis won the Madison County Women’s Bowling Association’s annual senior’s tournament on Jan. 13 with a handicapped score of 662 for three games.

Davis also rolled the top scratch scores in the tourney with a 214 game and 581 series.

Sue Hegelmeyer was the runner-up with a handicapped score of 591.

League Highlights

Friday Night Mixed

There was an amazing total of five 700 series bowled in this league last week.

As noted at the top of the column, Narita Rose set new high scores for a game and series by a woman at Galaxy this season with a 277 game and 707 series.

Four men rolled a 700 series at this session, led by Ronald Richmond at 713. Mark Rogers bowled a 702 series, while Ron Gugel and Neil Haggard each recorded a score of 700.

Haggard rolled the top game at 289 and Richmond bowled the second-best men’s game at 269.

A 600 series was bowled by John Hickam (627), Ronnie Hurd (613) and Donnie Barger (607).

Galaxy Classic

Neil Haggard (743) and Ron Gugel (702) bowled a 700 series in this league last Monday. Brandon Lutes and Aaron Rose just missed reaching the 700 series level with scores of 698 and 697, respectively.

A 600 series was also bowled by Jr. Martin (684), Lewis Jones Jr. (672), Shawn Barton (665), Barry Miller (658), Glenn Masters (639), Ron Roberts (626), Brandon Simpson (620), Joe Reichel (616), Mike E. Bryant (613), Lynn Estes (605) and Daniel Benge (603).

The top games for the night were 268 by Martin and 259 by Barton.

Regina Barton led the women in the league with a 217 game and 586 series.

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