Starlite bowlers on fire Monday night

By Steve Sell
January 21, 2014

It was "Monster Monday" at Starlite Lanes, as huge numbers were rolled by local bowlers.

Ray Frazier had the high game of the night with a sizzling 289, just ahead of the 279 turned in by Harold Wann. Frazier also had an amazing 791 series.

Bobbie Hulse added a 267 game, while Lucas Wann, a week removed from bowling a 300 game, churned out a 722 series. Pam Stiggins led the ladies with a nice 237 game and splendid 643 series, nearly 100 pins more than her closest challenger.

• Men’s Night Out •

1. Groendyke Transport, 48 1/2-42 1/2

2. Hometown Tire and Turf, 48-43

2. Culver’s Wines and Spirits, 48-43

4. Autoking, 42 1/2-47 1/2

5. TC Construction, 42-49

6. Online Trading Academy, 42-49

• High Games •

1. Bobbie Hulse, 267

2. Lucas Wann, 257

3. Allen Tillman, 248

• High Series •

1. Lucas Wann, 722

2. Brett Hutts, 659

3. Bobbie Hulse, 651

• Monday Mixers •

1. High Rollers, 14-6

2. White Russians, 13-7

3. Lazy HVACs, 11-9

3. C & C Climate, 11-9

5. Black Gold Strikers, 6-14

6. Wallace Chevrolet, 5-15

• High Games •

1. Ray Frazier, 289

2. Harold Wann, 279

3. Dennis Kieffer, 257

• High Series •

1. Ray Frazier, 791

2. Ryan Morse, 681

3. Russ Morse, 669

• Monday Ladies •

1. Hit and Miss, 16-2

2. Golden Oldies, 10-8

3. Peoples Bank and Trust, 9-9

3. Wendy’s, 9-9

3. Treasure Chest Gun Shop, 9-9

6. Andi’s Accounting, 8-10

6. Spare Us, 8-10

• High Games •

1. Pam Stiggins, 237

2. Rhonda Barnhart, 201

3. Sonya Morse, 191

3. Sherry Hutts, 191

• High Series •

1. Pam Stiggins, 643

2. Sonya Morse, 551

3. Sherri Horun, 526

Note — Picking up splits were Wynell Megee (5-7) and Deb Rott (5-7).


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