Derrick Hufford was the top bowler of the week with a 300 game, this past Thursday evening in the Lutheran League. He also finished with a 729 series. J.R, Scruggs also bowled a 300 game, No Tap Style, and a 788 series, in the Church League.
Had a great turn out for the Doubles Tournament, recently held at Danville’s Lincoln Lanes.
Congratulations to the following bowlers: first — Jeremy Wright and Evan Davis; second — Mark New and Jordan Decker; third — Scott Kopacz and David T. Winchester; fourth — Dorothy McFarland and Rich McFarland; fifth — Joshua Troxtell and David Henderson.
The Church No Tap league report this week includes Jimmy Scruggs shooting a 277, 77 pins over his average and a 781 series. Others with 50 or more above average were Scott Cunningham with a 266 (70); Krystle Evans had a 215 (54); while Essie Syass bowled a 187 (63).
In the MS Nail Salon League, Frances Miller-Hauf rolled a 191 game, which was 74 pins over average, and was included in a 453 series. Ilse Durbin converted the 3-4-7-10 split.
Westville’s Monday Morning League had Judy Mariage picking up the 4-5, Mary Seilhymer, the 5-6-10, Martha Hance the 5-7, and Laura Baird the 5-6.
John Mikel was the star of the night for the Tuesday Nite Go Getters with his 206 and 210 games, 54 and 58 pins over his average, respectively. He was over his series average by 124 pins. Melissa Castle was 55 pins over her average with a 179.
The Senior League is also reporting some great scores. Michael Seward had a 218 game, 512 pins over, with a 607 series, 106 pins above his average. Allen Taylor had a 210 game, 50 pins over. Stan Harvey, shot 52 pins over with a 244. Bowling 52 pins over average was Barb Smith for a 180 game. Eleanora Young rolled shot 102 pins over her series average for a 525 game, which included a 198, 57 pins over. In split conversions, Jim Thomas knocked out the 4-5-7, Fred Fultz, the 5-10, and Greg Miller with the 2-7-8.