OK Lanes claims loopers league lead
OLDTOWN — OK Lanes had a great night on the lanes to claim the loopers league’s top spot, ending Feb. 21 action with a 319.5-240.5 record.
Finishing in second was McCroskey Defense, which ended the night with a 311-240 record, and in third was Woodwise, which ended the week with a 308-259 record.
Following next are Club Rio, 285.5-278.5; Why Try Harder, 277.5-288.5; Win/Lose We Booz, 260-295; and Pin Ups, which posted a 255.5-269.5 record.
Robert Campbell rolled a 279 high scratch game as well as a 700 high scratch series, while Conner Shepard rolled a 284 high handicap game as well as a high handicap series of 726.
Win/Lose We Booz rolled a high team scratch game of 831, the high handicap game of 942. as well as the high team scrach game of 2,178. Why Try Harder claimed the high handicap series with a 2,565 score.
Converted spolits included Virgil Shields, 5-10; Nan Oberman, 5-10; and Wes Griffin, 3-6-7-10.
No Pins Left Behind leads Lucky Ladies in bowling action
No Pins Left Behind continues is run at the top of the Lucky Ladies bowling league with at 68-32 records. Sitting in second is Country Lane with a 56-44 records followed by Morning Glories in third with a record of 52 1/2-47 1/2. Follwing next are Sparklers, 47 1/2-52 1/2; Golden Girls, 42 1/2-57 1/2; and Balls-y Broads, 33 1/2-58 1/2.
Scratch games: Vicki Nolting, 210; Claudia McKinney, 193; and Darlene Dinwoodie, 187.
Scratch series: Vicki Nolting, 511; Darlene Dinwoodie, 503; Kim Rusho, 490; and Claudia McKinney, 490.
Handicap game: Vicki Nolting, 257; Sharon Clark, 241; and Carol Becks, 241.
Handicap series: Vicki Nolting, 652; Roberta Clausen, 646; and Darlene Dinwoodie, 638.
Converted splits: Liz Pope, 3-10; Betty Balison, 5-7; Lennie Miller, 4-5-7, and 3-10; Kim Rusho, 3-6-8, 3-10, and 2-7; Sharon Smith, 3-10; and Leeah Davis, 3-10, and 7-9.