Courtney McCoy rolled the high series of 766 in Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to Win action at Columbus Bowling
Luther Johnson was second at 727 and was followed by Darrell Wheeler at 703, Chris Jones at 697, Niles Lauderbaugh at 696, Richard Baldwin at 693, Brandon Whited at 683, Don Wetzel at 676, Steve Shroyer at 672, Brandon Bennett at 669, Chris Gray at 654, Mickey Bennett at 651, Henry Schultz III 649, Rick Wilson Jr. at 647 and R.J. Lambert at 641.
Budget Auto Painting had the high team game of 1,279, followed by Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt at 1,263 and Independents at 1,243. Budget Auto Painting had the high series of 3,592, followed by Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt at 3,583 and Independents at 3,471.
Budget Auto Painting leads the standings at 92-36. “Oh Well” is second at 86-42. Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt is third at 84-44.
Wednesday night bowlers enjoy Mixed success
Jeff Brown rolled a 267 to lead men’s play in the Wednesday Night Mixed League. Richard Baldwin was second at 248, while Andy Rutan had the third highest game of 241. Katie Jessup had the high women’s game of 226, while Peggy Smith was second at 211 and Sarah Jessup was third at 204.
Brown led the men with a high series of 722, while Rutan rolled a 674. Baldwin shot a 660. Jessup recorded the women’s high series with a 619, while Tanya Hiday shot 592 and Smith rolled a 559.
Old Time Flea Market had the high game with a 906, while Four & One Half Women shot the high series at 2,557.
Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 103-41, while Low Low Rollers is second at 91-53 and Ramm Rods is third at 90-54.
Bokall strikes claim to
top series in ladies league
Ruth Bokall rolled 613 to record the top series in Thursday Night Ladies League action.
She was followed by Bev Crussel at 538, Barbara Kennedy with a 537, Rose Behymer with a 519 and Ida Rothbauer at 517.
Bokall also had the high game with a 223, followed by Rothbauer at 212, Kennedy at 205, Crussel at 199 and Beverly Bird at 195.
CBC had the high game of 973 and the high series of 2,823. CBC leads the standings with a 110-34 record. Burton’s Hydraulic is second at 90-54.