Lakeside Lanes bowling results

Journal Staff Report

Warmer weather for Lakeside Lanes league bowlers mean that the winter session is almost over.

But scores are heating up.

High scores are reported by league secretaries for the last week of March.

The Petroleum Men's League listed Bru's House of Color with the high handicap game/series, (1,064/3,158). Individual high scores went to Randy Avon (scratch series-693) and Star Proffitt (scratch game/hcp game/series-267/284/711).

The Tuesday Afternoon Ladies League reported Fun Center taking the high hcp game/series (692/1,872). Individual high scores went to Nancy Doren (197-high scratch game) and Ann Neely (high scratch series/hcp game/series-515/237/647).

Wednesday Morning's Ladies Coffee League listed Bees in a Bonnett with the high hcp game (659) and Stanley Electric with high hcp series (1,799). Individual high scores were rolled by Lindy Rucker with scratch game/series, hcp game/series totals of 247/622/258/655.

For the first week of April, Petroleum Men's League posted Lakeside Lanes taking the high hcp game series (1,167/3,298) to maintain first-place. Individual high scores went to Harry McDaniel (scratch/hcp game-268) and Jerry Spandrio (scratch/hcp series-736).

Tuesday Afternoon Ladies listed Fun Center (high hcp game-652) and P&D Grocery (high hcp series-1,839) with team highs. Individual bests were posted by Michelle Lee (scratch/hcp game-205/247) and Tammy Russell (scratch/hcp series-547/679).

Powder Puff Ladies League shows Angel's End Zone with team high hcp game/series with 891/2,471. Team members Cindy Coulon (scratch/hcp game-205/260) and Rucker took the scratch series at 570, while Judy Dove rolled a personal best hcp series of 686.

Wednesday Morning Ladies Coffee League posted team high scores going to Angel's End Zone (hcp game/series-619/1,784). Rucker rolled the best scratch/hcp game and series with 245/255/667/697. Lakeside Lanes' summer leagues are now forming. For more information, call 565-9355.

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