Youth served this week ‘In the Zone’
James Mabry seems to bowl better with each passing week. On Oct. 13, he rolled games of 246 and 218 on his way to a NRV SuperTeen League high series of 622. Robert Galannd and Andrew Carney joined in the high scoring as they recorded high series scores of 596 and 564 respectively.
Chelsea Sheppard paced the young girls with her 194 game. Cayla Hicks and Brandi Cline added high individual scoring games with scores of 192 and 185.
Danielle Perdue registered the high series for the morning session with a 539 set. Cline and Hicks had the next high series totals in the 16-team league.
An even younger group of bowlers had strong performances on the same day in the NRV SuperKids League.
Parker Mullins, Brady Kirkner and Tanner Worrell had the high game among the boys. Brianna Boyd paced the girls while Emily Lovern, Elizabeth Ratcliff and Victoria Ratcliff had their names appear at the top of the leaderboards for the girls.
One of the leagues that the SuperBowl is extremely pleased to have returned last year as well as this is the Light and Lively Senior League. This Pulaski-based league has been a great addition to the outstanding lineup at the area’s number one entertainment center.
The high score in league play has been dominated by Bruce Webb. He has the high scratch game and series as well as the high handicap game while Henry Byrd has flown away with the high handicap series.
Evelyn Wilson had the high scratch game and series of the season to this point of the campaign (finally a campaign we can enjoy).
Shirley Lawson and Anna Braun had the high handicap games while Shelby Wood had the high handicap series.
Among the other bowlers who have had solid bowling efforts in league play were Jack Wade, and Garnett Byrd on the men’s side and Libby Byrd, Frances Webb, and Joyce Lyon on the women’s side of the scoreboard.
Another league which began in the last couple of years has been the Tuesday Coffee League. Darrell Bandy paced this early morning league on Oct. 9 with a 253 and 223 game. Darius Slaughter continued his solid fall of bowling with a 221 game.
Rosie Jordan had the two high games and high series among the ladies. Belinda Horney, Tammy Carter and Gerri Mohler also proved that the early start did not adversely affect their performance.
Last season was the return of the Tuesday Industrial League. This year, the league continue to product good bowling from its contingent of keglers
Mike Cardone had the high game and series on Oct. 9 while Ronnie Duncan and Dwayne Archie joined Cardone in the “200 club.”
Cardone rolled a 213, Duncan a 202 and Archie, who regularly appears in the column, finished with a 200 game.
Melissa Leake had the high game among the women. She was joined as the top trio of scores by Rhonda Tebbe and Danielle Carden.
As is evident in this week’s column, there are leagues for all ages and interest levels. The SuperBowl is always looking for both unique and specialty leagues to add to their portfolio of leagues.
If you are interested in creating a league, there are new incentives for that inception. I urge you give the SuperBowl a call at 382-5525 and ask for Terry or Amanda.
Until next week, good bowling to everyone!!
-Randy Thompson, special to The Burgs
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