Dave Taylor rolled a 279 to post the high game in Thursday Senior Men’s League action at the Columbus Bowling Center.
Paul Rynerson and Dick Butler each had a 243 while Joe Heldt and Fred Burton posted 235 games.
Butler had the high scratch series with a 689. He was followed by Vern Phillips with a 658, Burton at 636, Steve Phillips with a 610 and Don Burton and Heldt with 595s.
The Alley Cats had the team high handicap series with a 2,934. The Tigers and Foxes both posted 2,909 series. The Tigers lead the team standings with a 34-14 record followed by the Badgers at 31-17 and the Eagles at 30-18.
In Wednesday Night Mixed play, Jeff Brown had the high men’s game with a 267 followed by Richard Baldwin at 257 and Bob Haggard and Brad Perry at 247. Katie Jessup had a 220 for the high women’s game followed by Sarah Jessup with a 202 and Tanya Hiday at 196.
Brown posted the top men’s series at 686 followed by Steve Phillips at 666 and Baldwin at 642. Katie Jessup had the high women’s series with a 612 while Hiday and Bonnie Roberts each had a 541.
The Low Low Rollers lead the league standings with a 36-12 record while the Ramm Rods and Four & One Half Women are 32-16. Old Time Flea Market and Here for the Beer both stand at 30-18.
In Monday Night Church League action, Vern Phillips led the way with a 681 series. John Zieleniuk rolled a 627 followed by Joe Coy at 624, Cecil Martin at 595, Chuck Wilt at 593, Anthony Shaull with a 585, Bob McDonley at 579, Steve Phillips at 571, Robert Henry at 569 and Cleveland Stallworth with a 560.
Second Baptist leads the league standings followed by Hope First Baptist, Free Methodist No. 1, First Church of the Nazarene and First Christian.
In Tuesday Men’s League action, Randy Rudzinski hit the jackpot with a 777 series followed by R.J. Lambert at 743, Don Wetzel with a 722, Jamie England at 715, Luther Johnson with a 714, Ryan Burchfield at 678, Richard Baldwin with a 673, John Sexton at 672, Mike VanWhy with a 668, Chris Gray at 661, Darrell Wheeler with a 658, Greg Guy Sr. at 654, Rick Wilson Jr. at 654, Robert Hayes with a 648 and Brandon Bennett at 647.
Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt had the high team game with a 1,267. Enviro Test had the high series with a 3,585. Budget Auto Painting leads the standings at 32-0 followed by Team 1 Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt with 24-8 records. Happy Rock and Clifty Creek Golf Course are both 22-10.
In Wednesday Sport Shot action, Chris Jones rolled the men’s high series with a 573. He was followed by Ryan Burchfield at 541, Ryan Pepmeier at 525, Chris Gray at 519, Kevin Voss at 518 and Russell Hubbard at 515. In women’s play, Teresa Million had the high series with a 517. Shannon Antcliff rolled a 457 series.
The high team game was posted by Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter at 567. The same team had the high series at 1,570.
Team 4 leads the standings with a 57.5-22.5 record. Revenge is second at 47.5-32.5 and Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter is third at 46-34.
East freshmen lose 28-16
Despite Sam Dwenger’s 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and Steven O’Neal’s four-yard touchdown run, the Columbus East freshmen team lost to East Central 28-16 on Monday.
Rico Lewis and Dwenger had fumble recoveries for East, which is 6-1.
The East junior varsity lost to East Central 21-18. Karson Kammon threw a 70-yard touchdown pass to Cam Curry and also ran a yard for a touchdown. Thomas Smith ran two yards for a touchdown for East, which is 3-3 overall.
Men’s, co-ed, softball results
In Thursday Co-Ed League play, Toyota downed Lanning Automotive 8-7, Columbus Salvage beat Toyota 18-6, D&L Tile topped Ziggies Pub/Merci Electric 16-1 and AC&I defeated Koopman Family Med. 10-5.
In Wednesday Men’s League play, Mark and Jesse’s Fireworks blasted LHP 17-2, Edward Jones ripped West Lido Wringers 20-0, Foul Boys topped Strand Associates 15-10 and Pardieck’s Kitchen and Bath defeated Precise Mold 17-5.
Local Par-3 Tuesday Scrambles
The team of George Habenicht, Cliff Cawley, Fred Hales and Dick McPeek shot a 4-under score to beat the team of Greg Manley, Randy Phillips, Ron Fields and Crystal Pushor by a stroke.