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In Thursday Night Senior Men’s League play, Fred Burton shot a 298 game, followed by Charlie Williams at 275, Dave Taylor at 258, Bill Stott at 238 and Ken Winkle at 237.
Burton rolled the high series of 819, followed by Taylor at 699, Williams at 667, Winkle at 654 and Donald Olson at 639.
The Pumas had the high handicap series of 3,056. The Tigers lead the team standings at 128-72, followed by the Badgers at 127-73 and the Pumas at 113-87.
Ruth Bohall shot the high series in the Thursday Night Ladies League at the Columbus Bowling Center with a three-game total of 590.
Rose Behymer rolled a 584, followed by Barbara Kennedy at 553, Jackie Burton at 536 and Sherry Munn at 522.
Bohall also had high game honors with a 224, followed by Kennedy with a 221, Behymer with a 202, and Munn and Burton with 200 games.
CBC had the team high game of 2,859 and also leads the standings at 148-52. J&D Lawncare is 130-70, followed by Burton’s Hydaulic at 125-75, Split Happens at 104-96 and Bailey’s Softwater at 98-102.
In Thursday CCC Bowling League results, Rusty Caldwell shot the high game of 224, followed by Tony Shaull at 212 and Jeff Walls at 204. Caldwell also had the high series of 597, followed by Steve Franklin at 546 and Jeff Walls at 543.
Heaven Bound had the high game of 883. Team No. 5 leads the standings at 87-65, followed by Heaven Bound at 86-66 and LMNOP at 79-73.
In Wednesday Night Mixed action, Richard Baldwin shot the men’s high game of 280, while Ryan Robertson rolled a 267 and Charles Roberts had a 247. Baldwin had the high series with a 783, followed by Andy Rutan at 656 and Donn Voyles at 647.
Katie Jessup had the women’s high game with a 229, followed by Carol Richardson with a 210 and Peggy Smith with a 199. Jessup had the high series at 601, while Smith rolled a 551 and Richardson shot 533.
Old Time Flea Market had the high game with a 932 and the high series with a 2,601. Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 147-53, while Bush’s Market is 125-75 and Low Low Rollers are 123-77.
In Monday Night Church League play, John Zieleniuk rolled the high series with a 657, followed by Donald Burton at 625, Joe Coy at 624, Steve Shroyer at 614, Charley Placke at 609, James Rosenberger at 605, Harvey Leggett at 598, Anthony Shaull at 597, Allen Smith at 596 and Steve Phillips at 590.
Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, First Presbyterian, First Baptist and Petersville UMC.
In Friday Merry Mixers action, Clint Million shot a 766 series, followed by Freddy Burton at 692, Richard Baldwin at 691 and Billy Behymer at 688. Burton had the high game with a 289, while Million shot a 287, followed by Baldwin at 268 and Rick Wilson Jr. at 266.
Jackie Burton had the high women’s series with a 610, followed by Tina Ashmore at 601, Bert Phillips at 600 and Rose Behymer at 588.
Jackie Burton had the high game at 233, followed by Behymer at 232, Corey Behymer at 224 and Bert Phillips at 209.
Whatever had the high game at 1,044 and high series at 2,926.
Rock Pile rolls past
The Rock Pile continued its domination of the Broomball League with a 4-1 victory against Our Name is Earl.
Rob Luck scored twice for The Rock Pile, while Brent Gordon and Tyler Douthitt each had one goal. The Rock Pile is 12-0.
Dane Bremmer scored the only goal for Our Name is Earl, which is second at 9-3.
In other games, the Yoopers blanked the Toyota Renegades 5-0. Ryan Siefring scored twice for the Yoopers, while Josh Marion, Brian Neumann and Tamas Rauznitz each scored once.
The Flying Zambonis downed Monsters of Rock 4-1. Bryan Plunkett scored three goals and Gilberto Narvaes had one for the Zambonis. Ben Eckhart scored the only goal for Monsters of Rock.
Hansons beat the Toxic Monkeys 8-0.
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