Kegler’s Korner: Taylor Smith rolls a 300 game in Intercommunity League
In local leagues last week, Taylor Smith bested all bowlers with an 823, including a 300 game in the Intercommunity League. Congratulations to Smith on his first career 800 series. In the Monday Night Classic League, Jon Albright had a perfect game as well. Brittany Weidler rolled the highest women’s series of the week, when she hit 600 on the nose in the Thursday Night Mixed League.
The high women’s game of the week was a 245, shot by Karen VanKuren in the Mighty 8 League.
Following are available high scores from local leagues last week.
ABC: Sunday Nite Social: Courtney Solomon 563, Sarah Whitmoyer 230, Ron Tibbens 728/275; Wednesday Night Ladies: Alice Hanna 491/198; Thursday Night Men’s: Randy Hull 697/278.
FAXON: Sunday Night Mixed: Beth Morgan 543/234, Fred Kreitz 703/269; Faxon Sport: Greg Gdula 679/246; Faxon Classic: Cristin Kiper 561, Brenda Brownawell 221, Trevor Stugart 783/279; Mighty 8: Karen VanKuren 569, Kurt Renninger 654/248; Diane Fox Memorial: Kevin Fountain 720/268; Noxaf: Donna Reidy 513/181, Nick Clark 642, James Clark 234; Retirees: Brenda Brownawell 559/202, Steve Durkee 662, Rich Gamble 265; Youth: Charline Pfirman 229/86, Beckett Gilmour 656/257.
HARVEST MOON: Monday Night Classic: Tim Day 768; Thursday Night Mixed: Shawn Pepperman 770, Jody Lorson 222, Taylor Smith 290; Andy Tressler Memorial: Pat Eckman 689, Steve Eckman 267; Three Man Major: Luke Hedgcock 677, Wilbur Betts 257; Youth: Karima Barlet 486, Brynn Robinson 193, Isaac Toner 671, Landon Heisley 245.
As of today, the State Seniors Tournament at Faxon and Harvest Moon Lanes has completed it’s second of six weekends of bowling. No results after the second week as yet, but there were seven local bowlers and one local team in first place across the various divisions and events after the first week of competition.
We will keep you posted as the tournament goes forward and leading scores become more important. The standings can be viewed on the Pennsylvania State USBC association website (www.pastateusbcassociation).
It’s still not too late to enter this tournament, which has a variety of age divisions and events open to both men and women bowlers 50 years and older, or maybe you might want to just go out and watch.