In Monday Night Church League play at Columbus Bowling Center, Steve Franklin rolled the high series of 655.
Franklin was followed by Cleveland Stallworth (637), John Nichols (635), Vern Phillips (632), Mike VanWhy (629), Joe Coy (626), John Zieleniuk (610), Major Hazelwood (607), Norm Ryle (599), Charles Sims (598).
Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, Garden City #1, Free Methodist #1 and Face to Face.
In Wednesday Sport League action, Christ Jones rolled the men’s high score series of 681, followed by Kevin Voss (604), James Mitchell (593), Ryan Burchfield (584), Ryan Pepmeier (579) and Jeremy Adler (584).
Teresa Million rolled the women’s high series of 536, followed by Shannon Antcliff
Revenge rolled the team high game of 650, as well as the team high series of 1,720. Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter followed with a high team game of 598 and a high team series of 1,643.
Revenge leads the standings at 179-101, followed by Team 4 (165.5-114.5) and Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter (155-125).
In Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to Win, Richard Baldwin rolled the high series of 694, followed by Don Wetzel (682), Chris Gray (682), Ryan Robertson (681), John Zieleniuk (679), Steve Phillips (668), Courtney McCoy (667), John Hall (655), John Hedrick (644), Ran Burchfield (644), Steve Shroyer (643), Troy Coffman (630), Joseph Riherd (627), Rick Wilson Sr. (625) and Don Crussel (624).
Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts rolled the team high game of 1,274 as well as the high series of 3,387. Team 15 followed with a high game of 1,194 and a high series of 3,374. Enviro-Test came in third with a team high game of 1,182, while “Oh Well” came in third on the series with a high series of 3,364.
Budget Auto Painting now leads the standings at 86-34, followed by Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts (82-38), “Oh Well” (80-40), Advantage Heating and Air (78-42), Team 15 (70-50), Enviro-Test (64-56), Bartholomew County Beverage (62-58) and Happy Rock
In Thursday Senior Men’s results, Steve Phillips rolled the high scratch game of 266. He was followed by Fred Burton at 248, Dave Mikels with a 236, Ross Brummett at 235 and Ken Winkle at 226.
Phillips had the high series of 669, followed by Burton at 640, Winkle at 619, John Zelieniuk at 610 and Vern Phillips with a 587.
The Tigers had the high handicap series at 2,877, followed by the Eagles at 2,818 and the Badgers at 2,740.
The Tigers lead the team standings at 91-37, followed by the Badgers at 83-45, the Falcons at 72-56 and the Foxes at 70-58.
In Wednesday Night Mixed League action, Ryan Robertson had the high game with a 278, while Richard Baldwin rolled a 231 and Rick Stone had a 221. Linda Perkins led the women with a 209, followed by Emily Jessup at 193 and Star Johnson at 190.
Robertson had the men’s high series with a 755, followed by Baldwin at 658 and Pat Fischer at 611. Perkins had the high women’s series at 547, while Katie Jessup checked in at 534 and Sarah Jessup had
Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 95-41, followed by Low Low Rollers at 91-45, Ramm Rods at 88-48, Bush’s Market at 77-59 and Fischer’s Trucking at 76-60.
Flying Zambonis defeat Toxic Monkeys in rout
In week seven of local broomball play at Hamilton Center on Sunday, Flying Zambonis defeated Toxic Monkeys 5-0. Shawn Bauman had two goals for Flying Zambonis, while Jason Wilber and Jonathan Griffith each added one.
Yoopers defeated CCA Kutters 5-1, with Nathan Kent notching two goals for Yoopers. Ryan Siefring, Brian Neumann and Tamas R. each added one. Adam Anderson had the lone goal for CCA Kutters.
Hansons edged Our Name is Earl 1-0, while The Rock Pile escaped Monsters of Rock 4-3.
Stephanie PIgnari, Jason Schafer, Rob Luck, and Tyler H. each had one goal for The Rock Pile, while Ben Eckhart, Greg Thomas and Ken Douglas each scored one goal for Monsters of Rock.
The Rock Pile leads the standings at 7-0, followed by Our Name is Earl (5-2), Hansons (4-1), Yoopers (3-2), Flying Zambonis (2-3), CCA Kutters (2-4), Toyota Renegades (1-4), Monsters of Rock (1-4) and Toxic Monkeys (0-5).