Teresa Million had a 555 series to lead the women in Wednesday Sport League action at Columbus Bowling Center.
Shannon Antcliff rolled a 456.
For the men, Kevin Voss had the high series of 575, followed by Jeremy Adler at 563, Ryan Burchfield at 553, Clint Million at 523, Chris Gray at 517 and Chris Jones at 497.
Team 2 had the high team game at 543 and the high team series at 1,544. Revenge leads the standings at 135.5-84.5, followed by Team 4 at 134.5-85.5 and Team 5 at 122-98.
In Monday Night Church League play, Donald Burton had the high series of 698, followed by John Zieleniuk at 674, Curt Binnion at 610, Harvey Leggett at 607, Don Olson at 602, Vern Phillips at 600, Steve Franklin at 593, Chad Robinson at 589, David Fresenmeier Jr. at 584 and Dick Butler at 583.
Hope First Baptist is first in the team standings, followed by Second Baptist, Free Methodist, Garden City and First Church of the Nazarene.
In Thursday Senior Men’s action, Scott Crowder rolled the high game of 246. Dave Taylor was next at 235 and Fred Burton had a 233. They were followed by Vern Phillips at 232 and Steve Phillips at 226.
Burton had the high scratch series of 681, while Steve Phillips rolled a 674, Crowder had a 619, Taylor shot 615, and Allen Smith rolled a 609.
The Tigers had the high team handicap series of 2,880, followed by the Alley Cats at 2,859, the Cougars at 2,843, and the Foxes at 2,843.
The Tigers lead the standings at 77-27, followed by the Badgers at 67-37, the Alley Cats at 57-47, the Falcons at 54-50 and the Pumas at 53-51.
In Wednesday Night Mixed play, Melvin Roberts Jr. had the high game of 254, while Jesse Gentry shot 236 and Charles Roberts rolled a 226. For the women,
Bonnie Roberts had a 201, followed by Jean Lynch with 197 and Peggy Smith and Linda Perkins both at 196.
Charles Roberts had the high series of 622, while Melvin Roberts shot 616, and Andy Rutan had 601. For the women, Katie Jessup rolled a 557, while Smith had a 556 and Roberts shot 539.
Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 80-32, followed by Low Low Rollers at 79-33, Ramm Rods at 76-36, Bush’s Market at 70-42 and Four & One Half Women at 62-50.
Bayte wins local tournament
Earl Baute won the Columbus Area Table Tennis Association Fall Singles Double Elimination tournament. Mike Pagram was second, followed by Bruce Gray. Baute came through the losers’ bracket and eventually beat Pagram 11-8 in the title match.