Blue bowling ball

By Ted Ackley

• 270 games – Sean Harrelson 278, Stephen Shaffer 275

• From the scoresheets – Bowling in the Wednesday Fun League, Glenn Leigh was 111 pins above average with a 669 series.                   

COFFEE BREAK (Week 33) Fred Boros 574, Al Wellman 558, Myron Shumate 529, Janice Shumate 424

BRIGHTON CONSTRUCTION (Week 34) Stephen Shaffer 275-726, Tony Marion 719, Patrick Christenson 693, Nate Roberts 690, Sean Harrelson 278-684, Augie Schuyler 673, John Coons 662, Carter Reid 662, Kevin Dix 643, Stephanie Feagin 635, Deb Krevolin 488

TUESDAY TRIOS (Week 32) (8 pin no-tap) Les Couper 300-862, Dennis Moore 300-844, Al Wellman 300-802, Cheryl Trudeau 790, Bob Wood 760, Sheryl Peed 748, Curt Walden 746, Katie Brooks 745, Priscilla Shelton 739, Doris Sawyers 731, Darlene Couper 732, Ted Ackley 714, Wayne Southworth 708, Tony Barba 701, Russ Gibson 691, Vern Bender 688, Adrienne Noonan 683

COCA COLA CLASSIC (Week 34) Sean Dugan 696, Matt Mahon 689, Gary Kennedy 689, Gene Harmon 682, Arthur Dionisio 675, Steve Sassi 672, Dave Ferdetta 671, Romel Batistil 669, Mike Paulsen 654, Beth Bailey 526

WEDNESDAY FUN (Week 32) Tom Pennington 716, Dave Babbitt 688, Bill Funk 672, Glenn Leigh 669, Steven Richardson 646, Mike Paulsen 631, Vance Langston 631, Ed Flory 605, Larry Nyers 598, Shane Fissel 589, Bruce Jones 577, Chris Mulligan 565, Dorothy Fetzer 541, Joe Cifelli 531, Dawn Curran 520, Tyler Hall 518, Julie Smith 495, Susie Kinney 475, Michelle Hendrix 456, Kelly Williams 453, Peggy DeMaio 448, Kim Kouba 440

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