Bowlers came out last Wednesday to compete for the 2019 Galaxy House Championship.
After five games of competition, Richard Snowden rolled the highest handicapped cumulative total of 1,239 to claim the title for the year.
Snowden took the lead in the first game of the evening and never looked back as he obtained victory by 85 pins total over his next closest competitor, Jim Williams.
Other cashers for the tournament were Chad Bischof with his 1,147 score and Erik Young at 1,138.
As a reminder, beginning next Wednesday June 5, Galaxy Bowling Center will begin a sport shot weekly competition. A variety of difficult sport patterns will be put down over the course of 12 weeks for bowlers to challenge their skills. This event will be open to anyone who wishes to participate, and money will be paid weekly to the top bowlers.
For more information, contact Lucas Combs at 859-624-4444.
Monday Summer Galaxy Cash League
Will Schnurr -- 279; Matt Cracraft -- 276; Jody Wafford-- 269 and Cooper Allen -- 267
Corey Gillespie -- 709; Cameron Pettyjohn -- 695; Corbin Roberts -- 695 and Jason Williams -- 688
Schnurr's 279 game elevated him to third on the season leaderboard and Wafford's 269 was the seventh highest game of this early season.
The 709 series by Gillespie was sixth-best series so far this season and Pettyjohn's 695 moved him up to 10th.
Tuesday Summer No-Tap
High Men's Games
Bill Bowles -- 300; Lynn Estes -- 275; Jim Anderson -- 275 and Anthony Newland -- 264
High Women's Games
Deana Peck -- 268; Sue Hegelmeyer -- 264; Novel Davis -- 249 and Margaret Tilsley -- 239
High Men's Series
Bill Bowles-- 828; Lynn Estes -- 748; Anthony Newland -- 719 and Rick Stamper -- 708
High Women's Series
Novel Davis -- 680; Deana Peck -- 669; Vickie Anderson -- 631 and Margaret Tilsley -- 616
The perfect no-tap game by Bowles was the fifth of the season and his 828 was the new highest series as well.
Hegelmeyer's 264 moved her up to the third spot for the highest women's game this season.
The 680 by Davis and the 669 by Peck were new top series for the women of the league. Anderson's 631 series was good enough to position her into fourth on the season leaderboard.
Thursday Summer Outcasts
Johnny Johnson -- 290; Corbin Roberts -- 276; Wayne Eagle -- 269 and Kenny Kysar -- 269
Johnny Johnson -- 795; Kenny Kysar -- 754; Wayne Eagle -- 739 and Corbin Roberts -- 709
Johnson's 290 game and 795 series were new top scores for the league. These scores were also the highest game and series bowled during the week during all leagues.
The other top scorers listed above for both high game and series of the week were also new top scores for this early season in both categories.