Bowling news - Feb. 28, 2018

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Woodwise sitting

atop loopers league

OLDTOWN — The Woodwise team is sitting in a familiar spot again this week — at the top of the Wednesday night loopers league, ending Feb. 21 action with a 303-243 record. Taking over second place is OK Lanes, which ends the week with a 300.5-234.5 record, and in third is McCroskey Defense with a 294-236 record.

Following next are Club Rio, 277.5-265.5; Why Try Harder, 260.5-285.5; Pin Ups, 255.5-164.5; and Win/Lose We Booz, 247-287.

High scratch game: Rush Balison, 239; high handicap game: Rush Balison, 264; high scratch series: Jim Radan, 601; and high handicap series: Jim Radan, 670

High team scratch game: Club Rio, 798; high handicap game: Club Rio, 913.

High team scratch series: McCroskey Defense, 2080; high handicap series: Woodwise, 2470.

Splits: Thomas White 3-6-7-10; John Hastings 3-10; Pat Shields 2-7.

No Pins Left Behind leads Lucky Ladies

No Pins Left Behind sits at the top of the Lucky Ladies league after another strong night of bowling to end the week of Feb. 21 action with a 64-32 record.

Sitting in second is Country Lane with a 54-42 records, followed by Morning Glories with a 50 1/2-45 1/2 record in third place. Following next are Sparklers, 43 1/2-52 1/2; Golden Girls, 42 1/2-53 1/2; and Balls-y Broads, 331/2-54 1/2.

Scratch games: Patricia Shields, 178; Kim Rusho, 173; and Jennifer Ellersick, 172.

Scratch series: Patricia Shields, 497; Kim Rusho, 443; and Jan Edgar, 440.

Handicap game: Jennifer Ellersick, 256; Deborah Hilzer, 234; and Cindy Klein, 226.

Handicap series: Jennifer Ellersick, 657; Deborah Hilzer, 654; and Cindy Klein, 635.

Converted splits: Betty Balison, 5-10; Sharon Clark, 2-7; Kim Rusho, 5-7; Pat Shields, 5-6; and Cindy Klein, 3-10.

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