Kegler’s Korner: Luke Hedgcock bowls a 799 series
The top score last week again came on the sport shot, as Luke Hedgcock bowled a 799 series in the Three-Man Major League. Jamie Register rolled a 300 in the Monday Night Classic League to take top game honors for the men.
Leading the ladies was Karla Anderson with a 629 series in the Susquehanna Health League, while Becky Zondory’s 236 in the Monday Night Classic took high female game honors.
Following are available high scores from leagues last week.
ABC: Sunday Nite Social: John Barton 669, Sarah Whitmoyer 528, John Lockcuff 259, Joyce Wheeland 225.
FAXON: Sunday Night Mixed: Peter Stuut 771/290, Beth Morgan 533, Sherry Codispoti 210; Faxon Sport: Greg Gdula 699, James King 265; Faxon Classic: Peter Stuut 708, Karla Anderson 613/234, Travis Betz 267; Wednesday Ladies: Vicki Johnson 551, Judy Rowe 199; Susquehanna Health: DeWayne Harris 728/258, Karla Anderson 235; Thursday Morning Mixed: Anthony Kidd 690/245, Judy Rowe 574, Donna Ahrens 232; Mighty 8: Brian Eiswerth 710, Kayla McQuillen 536, Mike Marino 269, Karen VanKuren 217; Dianne Fox Memorial: Joe Hannan 660/257, Chuck Wannop 660; Noxaf: Jack Clark 609, Donna Reidy 501/197, Nick Clark 227; Retirees: Dave Royer 695/267, Brenda Brownawell 533, Marilyn Kidd 223; Youth: Caine Matthews 572/235, Danni Wilcox 306/119.
HARVEST MOON: Monday Night Classic: Shawn Pepperman 774; Inter-community: Brad Pepperman 790/278; Thursday Morning Mixed: Markus Budda 690, Lorraine Smith 595/225, Shawn Pepperman 268; Andy Tressler Memorial: Steve Ellis 699, Dave Rhodes 269; Three-Man Major: Luke Hedgcock 280; Youth: Isaac Toner 558, Brynn Robinson 559/230, Bryce Hedgcock 224.
This week we remember 1987 WAWBA Hall of Fame Inductee, Patty Brown. Brown started her bowling career at the age of 13 in the mid 1940’s in the YMCA Junior Bowling Program.
In more than 40 years of bowling, she averaged as high as 184, with a 654 career high series and a 278 career high game. She was named Bowler of the Week 16 times, placed in 14 state tournaments and 29 city tournaments, and was named to the women’s all-star team. After obtaining her instructional certificate in 1961, Brown conducted many bowling classes around the area and helped set up several area leagues.
She served on the women’s association Board of Directors and attended the State convention as a board delegate.
Hope to see you on the lanes.