Bowling: Winter League sign-ups are under way

The Union Democrat Sports Department /

By RUTH ABREO

For The Union Democrat

Bowler's Trivia Question: What is the most number of consecutive split conversions in one game by an individual? Answer at end of article.

This week we start with a correction: Last week's Senior No-Tap results should have read Jim Shoemaker, rather than Jim Sehr.

Sign-ups are still being taken for the upcoming Winter leagues and additional information about the individual leagues can be obtained from Black Oak Lanes at 928-9419.

The leagues include: The youth league on Sundays; Family Affair

(6:30 p.m.), also on Sunday; Monday includes SIRS (10 a.m. and must be

a member of SIRS to bowl) and Monday Nevada (6:30 p.m.); Tuesday has

High Rollers (6:30 p.m.) while Wednesday has Morning Rollers (10 a.m.),

Young at Heart (1:30 p.m.) and Jokers Wild (6:30 p.m.); Thursday has

Early Birds (10 a.m.), Senior Merrymakers (1:30 p.m.), Mixed Angels and

Umchu Full House (both at 6:30 p.m.) while Friday has Gambler's Getaway

(6:30 p.m.).

Monday Nevada and Gamblers Getaway currently remain the only 5-person team leagues. All of the others are 4-person teams.

All but one of the high scores were bowled in Jokers Wild with

Robert Porovich having the highest series with a 711 and Holly Matranga

with a 237/617. Felix Espino (Young at Heart) had the highest game with

a 268 which was 96 pins over average - he also bowled 141 pins over

with 657 series.

Other notable scores are very slim with Jim Simmons, of Young at

Heart, with 662 and John Miller and Warren Walker, of Jokers Wild, with

677 and 667 respectively.

Next week's report is expected to include some league winners.

Trivia Answer: Nine by David Williams of Charleston, SC in November 1964. (Source: USBC Unofficial records).

Bowling Scores report

for week 8-15

Black Oak 9-pin No-Tap (8-1)

Games-Women: Ada Hill 252, Terry Halland Ruth Benson 242; Men: Jim Sehr 290, Chris Parreira 265, Mel Lawrence 263

Series-Women: Benson 606, Hill 605, Kay Hunter 584; Men: Sehr 741, Bob Wright 735, Mel Lawrence 696

Team Game: Tappers 718, 3 Easy's 712, The Three Amigos 668

Team Series: 3 Easy's 2020, Ten Pinners 1909, The Three Amigos 1888

Standings: Tappers 33-11, Ten Pinners 30-14, On The Mountain 29-15

Sonora Regional

Medical Center (8-1)

Games: Kathy Gustafson 178, Joy Meyers and Jackie Ferreira 154

Series: Jean Curto 417, Brandy Stowers 407, Bonnie Warzee 383

Team Game: Sister Strikers 535, Dangerous Dames 532, Bumper Babes 525

Team Series: Bumper Babes 1532, Dangerous Dames 1467, Pinquins 1456

Standings: Dangerous Ladies 30.5-9.5, Bowling Buddies 21.5-18.5, Pink Ladies 21-19

Diamond Duos (8-2)

Games-Women: Shirley Parades 168, Josie Lee 150, Paige Hurley 149; Men: Don Kasso 220, Chuck Farris 205, Joe Rodriguez 200

Series-Women: Parades 476, Lee 413, Hurley 382; Men: Farris 602, Kasso 575, Jeff Hurley 494

Team Game: The S & J 356, Her & Him 347, J & C Express 346

Team Series: J & C Express 1015, Her & Him 966, Golden Oldies 935

Standings: The S & J 33.5-18.5, J & C Express & Golden Oldies 32-20

High Rollers (8-2)

Games-Women: Elaine Simmons 192, Barbara Newman 182, Kara Buccie

181; Men: Anthony Chastain 237, Tom Hendricks 224, Dan Isam 221

Series-Women: Simmons 515, Newman 513, Bucci 483; Men: Gene Manning 582, Isam 581, Tom Hendricks 560

Team Game: Sierra Glass 741, The 4 Beaches 738, Quick Silver 730

Team Series: Sierra Glass 2164, Quick Silver 2106, The 4 Beaches 2087

Standings: TND's 34-18, Sierra Memorials 32-20, Team Rez 31.5-20.5

Summer Morning Rollers (8-3)

Games-Women: Shirley Parades 211, Sharon McThorn 194, LaDonna Newton

191; Men: Chuck Farris 213, Pat Otto 199, Joe Rodriguez 179

Series-Women: Parades 546, McThorn 517, Jeannine Philbin 498; Men: Farris 527, Rodriguez 503, Otto 477

Team Game: Team No. 3 522, M.L.T's 515, The Handicaps 512

Team Series: MLT's 1418, Hardscapes 1382, The Handicaps 1379

Standings: Hardscapes 101 39.5-16.5, M.L.T's 33-23, Just Us 32-24

Young at Heart (8-3)

Games-Women: Barbara Morales 196, Ada Hill and Barbara Newman 191; Men: Felix Espino 268, Jim Simmons 237, Tom Starrett 213

Series-Women: Norma Espino 522, Terry Hall 509, Newman 508; Men: Simmons 662, F Espino 657, Don Kasso 555

Team Game: Banana Split 722, Hambones 718, Bowling Bags & Pin Heads 716

Team Series: Pin Heads 2099, Hambone 2063, Bowling Bags 2016

Standings: Pin Heads 37-15, Angels Harte 35.5-16.5, Missteps 32-20

Jokers Wild Summer (8-3)

Games-Women: Holly Matranga 237, Phyliss Miller 179, Sandra Lattin

174; Men: John Miller 257, Warren Walker and Robert Porovich 247, Dan

Isam 234

Series-Women: Matranga 617, Debbie Enos 447, Miller 445; Men: Robert Porovich 711, Miller 677, Walker 667

Team Game: Da Sandbaggers 833, Beer Framed 804, Taylor Jewelers 800

Team Series: Da Sandbaggers 2364, Taylor Jewelers 2312, Beer Framed 2235

Standings: SAMM 33-19, Da Sandbaggers 30.5-21.5, Alley Cats 30-22

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