Bowling news - April 11, 2018

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(Courtesy photo) Cindy Klein, left, and Frances Deis, right, pose with a turkey after bowling their first turkeys — three strikes in a row — during last week’s Lucky Ladies bowling league action.

Club Rio keeps loopers league lead

The Club Rio team continues to have a strong game on the lanes to hold onto the top stop in the loopers league, ending April 4 action with a 369.5-299.5 lead.

Sitting in the second-place spot is Woodwise, which holds a 368.5-303.5 record. Staking down third place in the league standings is OK Lanes, which holds a 358.5-306.5 record.

Following next are McCroskey Defense, 334.5-321.5; Les Schwab, 333.5-337.5; Win/Lose We Booz, 320-340; and Pin Ups, 313.5-224.5.

High Scratch Game: Jim Radan - 258

High Handicap Game: Jim Radan - 279

High Scratch Series: Thomas White - 592

High Handicap Series: Thomas White - 667

High Team Scratch Game: Club Rio - 699

High Handicap game: Les Schwab - 875

High Team Scratch Series: Win/Lose We Booz - 1963

High Handicap Series: Les Schwab - 2436

Converted splits: Karen Batsch, 5-10; and Megan Harbison, 5-7.

No Pins remains at top of Lucky Ladies

With just a short time left in the season, No Pins Left Behind remains at the top of the Lucky Ladies bowling league with a 77-43 record. Sitting in second is Country Lane with a 68-52 record followed by Morning Glories in third with a record of 66.5-53.5. Follwing next are Golden Girls, 55.5-64.5, Sparklers, 54.5-65.5; and Balls-y Broads, 38.5-73.5.

Scratch games: Vicki Nolting, 185, Darlene Dinwoodie, 178; and Jan Edgar, 177.

Scratch series: Vicki Nolting, 490; Liz Pope, 471; and Patricia Shields, 460.

Handicap game: Vicki Nolting, 232; Cindy Klein, 232; and Sara Thweatt, 229.

Handicap series: Sara Thweatt, 671; Liz Pope, 633; and Vicki Nolting, 631.

Converted splits: Carol Becks, 3-10; Jan Edgar, 4-6-7-9; Debbie Hilzer, 4-5; Claudia McKinney, 5-6; Vicki Nolting, 3-7, and 4-5-7; Liz Pope, 5-7; Pat Shields, 4-5, and 5-6; and Sharon Smith, 3-10.

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