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Shaull records high series in Church League


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In Monday Night Church League play, Anthony Shaull had the high scratch

series of 677.

Also recording high series were Vern Phillips (661), Michael Alessandro (658), Joe Coy (636), Steve Phillips (633), Steve Franklin (632), Paul Rynerson 624), Andrew Johnson (615), Donald Burton (611) and Steve Shroyer (610).

Second Baptist holds first place, in front of Hope First Baptist, Free Methodist No. 1, First Church of the Nazarene and Grayford Road COG.

In Wednesday Sport League action, Chris Jones had the high scratch series of 643 followed by Jeremy Adler (585), Darren Neeley (581), Kevin Voss (579), Billy Gray (555) and James Mitchell (546).

Team 4 had the high game of 609, one pin better than Team 3 with 608. Team 3 did have the high series of 1656 while Team 4 had a 1626.

Team 4 leads the standings while Team 3 is second and Team 2 is third.

In Tuesday Men’s League action, R.J. Lambert rolled the high series of 737. He was followed by Billy Gray (689), Fred Burton (671), Roger James (663), Bobby East (648), Niles Lauderbaugh (645), Randy Rudzinski (638), Doug Heck (632), John Hall (627), Mike Humes (624), Ken Weichman (619), John Hedrick 618), Dusty England (618), James Mitchell (616) and Darrell Wheeler (615).

Enviro-Test and Whitt’s Construction tied for the high handicap game of 1159. Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirt rolled an 1150. Enviro-Test had the high handicap series of 3347 ahead of Happy Rock’s 3332 and Budget Auto Painting’s 3308.

Budget Auto Painting leads the pack with a 24-0 record. Advantage Heating & Air is second at 18-6 while Team No. 1 and Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts are 16-8.

In Thursday Night Ladies League action, Ruth Bokall had the high series with a 587. She was followed by Roberta Phillips (580), Jackie Burton (563), Barbara Kennedy (539) and Annette Adkins (530).

Phillips had the high game with a 236 while Bokall rolled a 227. Judy Anderson had a 203, Burton had a 202 and Bev Crussel also shot 202.

Weiler’s Rental leads the standings with a 30-10 record.

In Thursday Senior Men’s League play, Everett Herron had the high scratch game of 246. He was followed by Dave Taylor (245), Allen Smith (244), Vern Phillips (243) and Steve Harden (230).

Smith had the high series with a 697 while Phillips shot 676, Steve Phillips rolled a 654, Taylor shot 642 and John Morris put together a 630.

The Cougars had the high team handicap series at 2939 ahead of the Tigers’ 2830 and the Pumas’ 2810.

The Tigers lead the team standings at 28-12 while the Badgers are second at 26-14.

SOFTBALL

Impact Forge wins thriller in men’s senior league

In Men’s Senior action on Wednesday, Team 1 defeated Team 2 13-10, Impact Forge downed Comfort Inn 9-8 and CEI beat Sterling Shockers 18-8.

In Monday night Men’s action, the Donna Burden Foundation downed Jaeger Bombers 9-2 while Turner Machine destroyed American Rental 43-2.

In Thursday Co-Ed action, D&L Tile beat Dave Ministries 16-1, D&L Tile downed AC&I 13-6, Turner Machine/Nuts and Bolts defeated Cummins XPI 15-5 and Ivy Tech triumphed against Base Runners/Dirt Bunnies 29-26.

Golf

Foursome wins par-3

scramble in playoff

The team of Jerry Cain, Ron Fields, Fred Hales and Derek McNeely won a playoff to take the Par-3 Golf Scramble on Tuesday.

They finished at -2 to beat Larry McQueen, Randy Phillips, Mary Phillips and Jared Meredith.

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