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Steve Phillips rolled the high game of 254 in Senior Men’s League play at the Columbus Bowling Center on Thursday.
Jim Stark had a 238, while Dick Butler rolled a 237 and Vern Phillips had 235. Dave Mikels, Fred Burton and Charlie Williams all bowled 233 games.
Steve Phillips had the high scratch series with a 684, while Vern Phillips had a 647, and was followed by Stark at 639, Burton at 635 and Mikels at 626.
The Foxes had the high team handicap series with a 2,909, followed by the Pumas at 2,861 and the Badgers at 2,805.
The Tigers and Badgers lead the team standings at 39-17. The Pumas are 31-25, and the Eagles and Alley Cats are both 30-26.
In Wednesday night Mixed League action, Richard
Baldwin had the men’s high game with a 257, followed by Jeff Brown with a 237 and Babe Herron at 235. Baldwin also had the high series with a 715. Brown shot 684, and Ryan Robertson rolled a 625.
On the women’s side, Katie Jessup had the high game with a 217. Tanya Hiday shot 192, and Linda Perkins recorded a 181.
Baldwin had the high series at 715, followed by Brown with a 684 and Ryan Robertson at 625.
Hiday had the high women’s series at 512, followed by Jessup at 493 and Perkins at 486.
Old Time Flea Market had the high team game at 861, and the high team series at 2,465.
The Low Low Rollers lead the pack at 43-13, followed by Ramm Rods at 40-16, Old Time Flea Market at 38-18 and Bush’s Market and Beer Nuts both at 32-24.
In Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to win action, R.J. Lambert led the way with a 737 series.
He was followed by Randy Rudzinski at 731, Clint Millon at 705, Vern Phillips at 663, Bobby East at 657, Rick Wilson Jr. at 650, Niles Lauderbaugh and Ryan Burchfield at 633, John Hall at 632, Steve Phillips at 630, Dough Heck at 624, Don Wetzel at 622, Rick Wilson Sr. at 618, Greg Guy Sr. at 615 and Billy Gray at 614.
Enviro-Test had the high team game of 1,231, followed by Liquor Box at 1,208 and Boyer Machine and Tool at 1,193.
Enviro-Test also had the high team series at 3,537, followed by Independents at 3,403 and Advantage Heating and Air at 3,371.
Budget Auto Painting is in first place at 36-4, followed by Team No. 1 at 32-8 and Bob Poynter/Arizona Sport Shirts at 30-10.
In Monday night Church League Action, John Nichols rolled the high series at 654, followed by Fred Emmert (636), Vern Phillips (622), Steve Phillips (616), Mike VanWhy (609), Norm Ryle (604), John Kussman 601, Randy Wheeler (599), Anthony Shaull (597) and Hunter Henry (595).
Second Baptist leads the standings, followed by Hope First Baptist, First Church of the Nazarene, Free Methodist No. 1 and Grayford Road COG.
East freshmen still
unbeaten after victory
The Columbus East freshmen remained undefeated in Hoosier Hills Conference play with a 43-16 victory over Jeffersonville to raise their record to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in league play.
Sam Dwenger scored on a four- and three-yard touchdown runs to lead East. Kevin Williams returned a fumble recovery 80 yards for a
Steven O’Neal ran three yards for a touchdown, and Trent Weaver bolted 65 yards on a touchdown run.
K.J. McCarter threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Clayton Gilmore.
Williams had two fumble recoveries, and Clayton
Gilmore had one. Nick Cull and Noah Wichman had interceptions for East.
In junior varsity action, East downed Jeffersonville 23-6. Gabe Tertocha scored on a 10- and five-yard touchdown runs, Jacob Hampton caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Karson Kamman, and Cam Curry kicked a 26-yard field goal.
Kean Geraghty and Nic Beamish had fumble recoveries for East, which is 4-3 overall and 4-0 in the Hoosier Hills Conference.
Weber Climbing too much for Jager Bombers
In Monday night Men’s League play, Weber Climbing Service ripped Jager Bombers 33-13, and The Wolfpack/Midwest Comp. edged Toyota 19-18.
In Tuesday night Co-Ed play, H&H downed Cummins Fuel Systems 7-5, Sound Hearing made some noise with a 9-5 victory over Steam Power, and Rightway Fasteners clipped Sound Hearing 12-2.
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