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In Thursday Night Ladies League bowling action, Jackie Burton rolled the high series with a 688.
Bonnie Rogers bowled a 615 and was followed by Rose Behymer at 578, Peggy Smith at 538 and Ida Rothbauer at 526.
Burton also had the high game at 245, followed by Rogers at 217, Pat David at 214, Behymer at 203 and Amanda Sharp at 202.
Split Happens had the high team game at 1,012 and the high team series at 2,909.
CBC leads the standings at 142-50, followed by J&D Lawn Care at 122-70 and Burton’s Hydraulic at 119-73.
In Wednesday Night Mixed play, Ryan Robertson had the top game at 244, while Charles Roberts shot 237 and Andy Rutan rolled a 233.
Richard Baldwin had the high series of 654, followed by Rutan at 647 and Ryan Robertson and Roberts each at 641.
Bonnie Roberts had the high women’s game at 205, while Judy Anderson shot 196 and Lu Kinman rolled a 191.
Roberts had the high series of 580, followed by Peggy Smith at 526 and Anderson at 513.
Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 133-51, followed by Low Low Rollers at 115-69, Bush’s Market at 113-71, the Ramm Rods at 108-76 and Four & One Half Women at 106-78.
In Friday Merry Mixers play, Clint Million rolled the high series of 697, followed by Freddy Burton at 690, Niles Lauderbaugh at 684, Rick Wilson Sr. at 674 and Richard Baldwin at 646.
Million had the high game of 266, followed by Burton at 247, Bobby Bryant at 246, Rick Wilson Jr. at 243 and Rick Wilson Sr. at 236.
Corey Behymer had the high women’s series of 709, followed by Rose Behymer at 640, Bonnie Roberts at 594, Ruth Bohall at 572 and Tina Ashmore at 557. Corey Behymer had the high game of 269, followed by Rose Behymer at 234, Bohall at 213, Roberts at 210 and Shannon Antcliff at 208.
Sound Hearing Solution leads the standings at 112-64, followed by Columbus Bowling Center at 104-72 and Margie’s Munchkins at 103-73.
In Monday Night Church League play, Steve Phillips shot the high series of 750.
Fred Emmert rolled a 695, followed by Steve Shroyer at 671, Donald Burton at 629, Andrew Rutan at 619, Larry Klebenow at 615, Joe Coy at 610, Anthony Shaull at 602, John Zieleniuk at 601 and Cleveland Stallworth at 598.
Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, Petersville UMC, First Presbyterian and East Columbus UMC.
In Senior Men’s League action, Steve Phillips had the high game at 257, while Paul Rynerson shot 255. They were followed by Ken Winkle at 244, John Nichols at 237 and Jim Stark and Allen Smith at 236.
Phillips recorded the high series of 694, followed by Fred Burton at 659, Winkle at 645, Nichols at 622 and Rynerson at 604.
The Cougars had the high handicap series at 2893, followed by the Eagles at 2812 and the Alley Cats at 2775. The Badgers lead the standings at 126-58, followed by the Tigers at 120-64 and the Pumas at 101-83.
Conway, Ramer, Eddie
pin Fall-Out competition
At the February Fall-Out card at the 4-H Fairgrounds, Ironman Rob Conway pinned TJ Kemp, Ron Ramer pinned Donny Idol, and Fast Eddie pinned Stompin Steve.
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