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Series of 780 best in men's league bowling

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In Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to Win action at Columbus Bowling Center, Niles Lauderbaugh rolled the high score series of 780.

Lauderbaugh was followed by Richard Baldwin (733), Ryan Burchfield (731), Steve Shroyer (727), Branden Whited (713), Steve Phillips (696), Gary Fortner (690), Clint Million (668), Shane Heck (654), Bobby East (654), Donn Voyles (651), Justin Weichman (648), Darrell Wheeler (645), Chris Gray (638) and Henry Schultz Jr. (636).

Happy Rock had the high game of 1,251, followed by NAPA with 1,231 and Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts with 1,197.

Happy Rock also had the high series of 3,646, followed by Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts (3,554) and Clifty Creek Golf Course (3,514).

Budget Auto Painting now leads the standings at 122-46, followed by “Oh Well” (114-54), Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts (102-66) and Advantage Heating and Air (100-68).

In Sunday Night Mixed league, Henry Schultz Jr. rolled the men’s high game of 296, followed by Larry Turner (287) and JR Rowe (264).

On the women’s side, Nikki Lynn rolled the high game of 188, while Star Johnson and Ruth Bohall tied at 183.

Zeke Allmon rolled the men’s high series of 723, followed by Larry Turner (721) and JR Rowe (670).

Ruth Bohall notched the women’s high series of 531, followed by Nikki Lynn (488) and Star Johnson (485).

Ramey Marble and Tile now leads the standings at 106-78, followed by Seth’s Supporters (104-80) and Ziggies (96-88).

In Monday Night Church League play, Joe Coy had the high series of 705.

Coy was followed by Steve Phillips (691), Jim Fields (681), Norm Ryle (669), Donald Burton (656), Tony Wittman (655), Michael Alessandro (640), Allen Smith (630), Jim Miller (597) and Mike VanWhy (597).

Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, First Presbyterian, Free Methodist #1 and East Columbus U.M.C.

In Wednesday Sport League action, Chris Jones rolled the high series of 575, followed by Chris Gray (562), Darren

Neeley (556), Clint Million (551), Jeremy Adler (542) and Bob Anderson (523).

Teresa Million had the women’s high series of 444.

Team 2 had the team high game of 551, followed by Team 4 with 542.

Team 4 had the high series of 1,551, followed by Revenge with 1,481.

Revenge leads the standings at 69-31, followed by Team 5 (66-34) and Team 4 (62-38).

In Wednesday Night Mixed League play, Andy Rutan rolled the men’s high game of 269, followed by Richard Baldwin (255) and Ryan Robertson (247).

On the women’s side, Peggy Smith rolled the high game of 208, followed by Sarah Jessup (206) and Katie Jessup (205).

Baldwin had the men’s high series of 701, followed by Rutan (695) and Steve Sebastian (638).

Katie Jessup had the women’s high series of 575, followed by Cool Richardson (550) and Sarah Jessup (539).

Low Low Rollers had the team high game of 891, while Old Time Flea Market had the high series of 2,558.

Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 139-53, followed by Low Low Rollers (123-69), Bush’s Market (119-73), Four and One Half Women (114-78) and Ramm Rods (110-82).

In Thursday Night Ladies League play, Ruth Bohall shot a high series of 590, followed by Rose Behymer at 584, Barbara Kennedy at 553, Jackie Burton at 536 and Sherry Munn at 522.

Bohall also had the high game at 224, followed by Kennedy at 221, Behymer at 202, and Munn and Burton at 200.

CBC leads the standings at 148-52, followed by J&D Lawncare at 130-70 and Burton’s Hydraulic at 125-75.

In Thursday Night Senior Men’s League play, Steve Phillips rolled the high game of 278, while Charlie Williams posted a 268.

Joe Heldt had a 260, followed by Fred Burton at 258 and Dave Taylor at 255.

Burton had the high series of 735, followed by Phillips at 677, John Zieleniuk at 659, Ken Winkle at 645 and Jim Fields at 643.

The Falcons had the high handicap series of 2,987. The Badgers lead the standings at 128-64, followed by the Tigers at 126-66 and the Pumas at


Friday Night Merry Mixers battled, with Niles

Lauderbaugh notching the men’s high game of 278, followed by Billy Belymer (272), Freddy Burton (257), Clint Million (257) and Don Crussel (245).

Corey Behymer came out on top on the women’s side with a high game of 233, followed by Bev Crussel (227), Shannon Antcliff (226), Rose Behymer (224) and Michelle Burton (222).

Sound Hearing Solutions leads the standings at 116-6, followed by Margie’s Munchkins (109-7) and AKA The Red Necks (109-7).

In Columbus Christian Church bowling action, Erick Frankhauser had the high game of 226, followed by Steve Franklin (223) and Tommy Walker (222).

Franklin had the high series of 641, followed by Frankhauser (603) and Walker (580).

LMNOP had the team high game of 831, followed by Team #5 with 771 and His Kids with 767.

LMNOP also posted the team high series of 2,426, followed by His Kids (2,241) and Holy Rollers (2,167).

Heaven Bound leads the standings at 78-58, followed by Team #5 (74-62), LMNOP (71-65), His Kids (70-66), Holy Rollers (69-67) and Team #3 (52-84).


The Rock Pile remains perfect, tops Renegades

Locals battled in Week 12 of broomball at Hamilton Center, with The Rock Pile rolling over Toyota Renegades 12-1.

Tyler Houchin and Tyler Douthitt each notched three goals for The Rock Pile, while Jimmy Robertson had the lone goal for Toyota Renegades.

Our Name is Earl beat Monsters of Rock 6-2, with Ryan Putnam notching three goals for Our Name Is Earl, while Dane Bremmer had two, and Tom Kareus added one. Ben Eckhart had both goals for Monsters of Rock.

Yoopers and Hansons knotted 2-2, with Eric Frankhauser and Tamas Rauznitz each notching one goal for Yoopers.

Flying Zambonis shut out CCA Kutters 3-0, with Shawn Bauman, Jonathan Griffith and Bryan Plunkett each scoring one goal.

The Rock Pile leads the standings at 11-0, followed by Our Name Is Earl (9-2), Yoopers (5-3), Hansons (5-4), CCA Kutters (5-6), Monsters of Rock (4-6), Flying Zambonis (4-5), Toyota Renegades (1-9) and Toxic Monkeys (0-9).

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