Summer leagues now forming
Published 3:30 pm Thursday, April 16, 2009
We’re getting ready for some changes around here.
Tis the season for nice weather (except for the minor irritation of a few floods), when everybody starts heading outside. Well, don’t forget about us! We are air-conditioned. Not only that, we are setting up shop for our summer programs.
Summer leagues are now forming and “Weird Wednesdays” with $1.25 bowling, trivia fun, magic wand game and lots more are in the works. I will give you specific dates in the next installment, just want to get you thinking about scheduling us in your summer activities. Church groups, school outings and family reunions are all possibilities.
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Starting in May and through the summer, we will be closed on Sundays. We will be open on the second Sunday of each month for our No-Tap bowlers. Any other openings on Sunday will be on a reservation basis.
Now on to the scores!
The Monday Night Mixed League is lead by “Lucky Strike,” who have a two-point lead over “Scarbrough State Farm.”
The best scores this time were shot by Henry Brown, a mighty 266 game! Kyle Medley shot a nice 257, and Alan Giles rolled a 230. Ida Goar took over the high game of the season for the ladies with a very nice 225. Right behind her, Evelyn Hughes bowled a 218 game. Giles had the top series of 695, Hughes led the ladies with 575.
The Spring Edition of the Adult/Youth are in the middle of their season and “The Dogs” are in first place.
Bob Allen leads the men with a high game of 227 and owns the high series also, 611.
The youth bowlers have Amanda Rykard and Wayne Hall sharing the top game, a big 190. Bradley has a 171, and Heather Watts rolled a 154.
In the NFL Doubles on Tuesdays, the “Packers” are leading the “Saints” by a 20-point margin. This sounds like a big lead, but in this league there are 24 points possible in each session. The best games this outing were rolled by Glenn Rykard, 268; Les Garringer with a 267, and Lou Hardy with a 256. Mary Rykard led the ladies with a 214 game and Nancy Gray shot a 213.
In the Wednesday SuperMixed, “The 4 B’s” have a one-point lead over “Yeah Baby!.” The big games this time belong to Charles Wilson with a 280 game, Ron Shreves and Davis Beck each shooting a 279, Dan Crumb and Greg Carter each rolling a nice 278. The women had Michelle Kendrick with the best game, 257, and Cathy Crumb rolled a 244. David Beck had the best series, 752, and Michelle shot a 687 series.
Thursday Morning Coffee ladies have the “Pin Breakers” in a one-point lead over “Pin Heads.” Nancy Gray took over scratch high-game honors with a nice 238 game. Valerie Schultz was right there with her, bowling a nice 230 game. Norma Bryan had the best series, 562.
In the Friday Rollers, “Team 4” leads by nine points over “Team 3.” Glenn Rykard leads the scoring this time, rolling a 228 game. Kendrick Williams shot a 227 game, and John Cunningham rolled a 228. LaVerne Holman led the ladies with a 181 game and 514 series. Will Stringer had the best series for the men, 626.
The Saturday AM Youth Bowlers has “Me and the Guys” leading by 14 points over Team 8. Wayne Hall leads the boys this week with a 228 game. Alex Brinson bowled a 200 and Ryan Brinson rolled a 196. Amanda Rykard had the best game for the girls, 167, and Heather Watts had a 159.
Our birthday parties have a “Bowlopolis” theme, now. Plates, napkins, balloons, all the works, plus a DVD for the birthday person and membership in our Birthday Club. Go to Bowlopolis.com for more information and on-line games and fun!
So much to say, so little time!
Until, next time, Keep On Bowling!