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Posted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 4:43 pm

There was only one 700 rolled last week, and that was by Doug Williams, also with high game at 269-729 in the Big Bucks Trios where Alex Shand had 691, Dave Babbitt 687, Bob Tingman 680 and Mikey Anderson 667. Good scores from the Youth Adult saw Al Gaumond 677 and Phil Cooper 675.

Other leagues had Richard Guy 663 with the Wednesday Fun, Rick Heldreth 644 in the Tropical Smoothie, while best from the Conway Hospital were Derrell Kicklighter 623 and Russell Johnson 621.

Beth Bailey high for ladies

Beth Bailey had high series for the ladies with 235-616 in the Big Bucks Trios where Megan Reed had 552, and Karen Mitchell a 224 game, the only one she bowled due to a meeting. The Conway Hospital had Margie McIver 534, Tammy Seagle 518, Courtney Seagle 517, and Debby Kicklighter 504.

Nikki McDaniel had a 252 game for a 613 series in week 6 of the Youth Adults, and Brittney Gaumond rolled 224-602 in week 7. McDaniel was also best for the Money Saver League at 543, and Karen Grainger had 502 for the Tropical Smoothies.

7-year-old bests parents

I had the pleasure of watching 7-year-old Wyatt McDaniel, with a 133 average, bowling his first game in the Youth Adult last week. He began with the first three strikes, and after opening the next frame, he had all strikes and spares for the rest of the game to finish with his best game ever of 208. It was better than Mom and Dad, Nikki and Michael, bowled.

In the last two weeks reporting for the Youth Adult, Brandon Gaumond was high with 199-576 and 217-555, followed by Nicholas Ambuhl 207-523, Stevie Ennis 208-513, Tyler Martin 180-501 and McDaniel 208-490.

Best games for the 8 For 8 Kids were Alec Hixenbaugh 158 and Isabella Hixenbaugh 152.

And how was your week in bowling?

More Waccamaw scores

Tropical Smoothie - Mikey Anderson 610, Milton Gantt 605, Rod Taquino 561, Mark Cooper 558, Billy Hatoway 552, Ken Hardee 548, Hoyt Gasque 546, Brian Ghent 532, Randy Engels 518, Larry Fisher 517.

Wednesday Fun - Jamie Holliday 607, James Thomas 604, Doug Riley 600, Billy Hatoway 595, Billie Richardson 583, Keith White 559, Jerry Walker 559, Jeff Sitts 534, Garry Rackley 524, Angela Thomas 471.

Youth Adult (week 6) - Adults-Michael McDaniel 579; Youths-Stevie Ennis 173-449, Wyatt McDaniel 122 game, Lyndsay Ennis 127.

Youth Adult (week 7) - Adults-Michael McDaniel 614, Steven Ennis 607, Nikki McDaniel 499; Youths-McKenzie Moncato 172-465, Mitchell Moncato 178-464.

8 For 8 Kids - Games-Hayley Martin 127, David Johnson 125, Jimmy Angelo 115, John Annunziato 115, Hayes Denning 114.

Big Bucks Trios - Darryl Reed 646, Dan Moore 646, Don Pasacocello 630, D.K. Smith 624, Steve Reed 623.

Vegas Vacation - George Thompson 579, Ben Harris 535, Nelson Fisher 507, Benjamin Harris 502.

Conway Hospital - Ken Hardee 598, Steven Anderson 563, Joe Harper 535.

Money Saver - Ben Harris 596, Michael McDaniel 562, Dustin Enos 500.

8 For 8 - Don Benson 554, David Baker 541, Mary Stallings 468.

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