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In Wednesday Sport League play at Columbus Bowling Center, Clint Million rolled the men’s high series of 560, followed by Chris Gray (553), Chris Jones (550), Ryan Burchfield (539), Jeremy Adler (506) and Kevin Voss (488).

On the women’s side, Teresa Million rolled the high series of 506, followed by Shannon Antcliff with 477.

Team Two rolled the high game of 552, followed by Revenge with 530.

Team Two and Team Four tied for the high team series with a score of 1,464.

Team Four now leads the standings at 146.5-93.5, followed by Revenge (145-93.5), Team Five (130-110), Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter (129-111), Team Two (113.5-126.5) and Gray’s Pro Shop (56-184).

In Monday Night Church League action, Jim Fields rolled the high series of 692, followed by Anthony Shaull (656), Donald Burton (632), Vern Phillips (625), Steve Shroyer (618), Fred Emmert (612), Steve Franklin (611), John Zieleniuk (609), Charles Sims (603) and Jim Miller (600).

Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, Face to Face, Garden City #1 and Free Methodist #1.

In Tuesday Men’s League 5,000 to Win play, Fred Burton rolled the high series of 760, followed by Niles Lauderbaugh (718), Jamie England (708), Chris Gray (685), R.J. Lambert (670), Mike VanWhy (669), Randy Rudzinski (666), Dusty England (663), Troy Coffman (658), Richard Baldwin (652), Steve Phillips (647), Ryan Burchfield (644), David Schmidt (633), Henry Schultz III (624) and Jeff Brown (622).

Happy Rock rolled the team high game of 1,247, followed by Bartholomew County Beverage with 1,210 and Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt with 1,203.

Happy Rock also had the team high series of 3,485, followed by “Oh Well” with 3,465 and Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt with 3,453.

Budget Auto Painting now leads the standings at 76-28, followed by Oh Well (74-30), Advantage Heating and Air (70-34), Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt (68-36), Happy Rock (60-44), Team 15 (60-44), Enviro-Test (56-48) and Bartholomew County Beverage (54-50).

In Wednesday Night Mixed action, Rickie Wilson Jr. had the high game of 259, followed by Jason Sager at 249 and Robert Hayes at 246. On the women’s side, Sarah Jessup had a 228, while Julie Stillabower rolled a 225 and Peggy Smith had a 218.

Steve Phillips had the men’s high series at 684, followed by Richard Baldwin at 648 and Wilson at 638. Jessup had the women’s high series at 564 followed by Stillabower at 535 and Judy Anderson at 524.

Fischer’s Trucking had the high team game of 918 and the high series at 2,466.

Low Low Rollers lead the standings at 85-35 followed by Old Time Flea Market at 83-37, Ramm Rods at 80-40, Bush’s Market at 75-45 and Four & One Half Women at 66-54.

In Senior Men’s League action, Fred Burton rolled the high scratch game of 256 followed by Steve Phillips at 247, Jim Stark at 232, Ken Winkle at 226 and Everett Herron at 225.

Burton had the high series of 745 while Phillips posted a 661, Jim Fields had a 646, Herron rolled a 631 and Stark shot 626.

The Pumas had the high handicap series at 2,998 followed by the Badgers at 2,908 and the Foxes at 2,856.

The Tigers lead the team standings with a 75-37 record with the Badgers second at 75-39 and the Foxes and Falcons tied for third at 62-50.

In Thursday Night Ladies League action, Barbara Kennedy had the high series with a 618 followed by Ruth Bokall at 550, Rose Behymer at 534, Roberta Phillips at 531 and Anita Hole and Bonnie Rogers at 527. Bokall rolled the high game of 227 followed by Kennedy at 214, Rogers at 201, Behymer at 200 and Christal Copeland at 196. CBC had the high team game at 1,043 and the high series at 2,906. CBC leads the standings with an 84-28 record. Burton’s Hydraulic is second at 75-37.

In high school bowling action at the Columbus Bowling Center, Columbus North downed Bloomington South 19-1 led by Jared Lovins’ 232 and Jacob Rose’s 229. Rose had the high series of 455.

North also beat Edgewood 11.5 to 8.5. Cody Froedge had a 214 for the Bull Dogs while Rose posted a 202.


Our Name is Earl rolls to win

Our Name is Earl beat the Yoopers 7-1 as Dane Bremmer had a hat trick with three goals, while Tom Kareus and Ryan Gray each scored once.

Matt Street and Tyler Houchin each scored twice and Rob Luck had one goal as The Rock Pile downed the Flying Zambonis 5-1. Nancy Hiquet scored the Flying Zambonis’ goal.

The Toyoto Renegades tied the Toxic Monkeys 2-2. Greg McNealy scored both Renegades’ goals. The Monkeys didn’t report their goals.

Monsters of Rock got goals from Nick Bartman and Rob Jones to beat CCA Kutters 2-1. Scott Herron scored the Kutters’ goal.

The Rock Pile leads the league standings at 5-0, while Our Name Is Earl is second at 4-1.


Local champ overpowered

Local heavyweight champ Ricky Ruckus was upset by Rob Ramer at the Hoosier Pro Wrestling card Saturday at the fairgrounds.

The two have a return match set for Jan. 5.

Shawn Cook pinned Flash Flanagan and attacked Flanagan with a chair as well.

Sabatoge Styles handed Stompin’ Steve a loss, and Bobby Black pinned local favorite Donny Idol to take his HPW Tri-State title, which he had held for 22 months.

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