Man named Bowling finishes out season with 300

Special to the Herald-LeaderApril 18, 2010 

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    Billy Short 774

    Allen Sparks 745

    Darrel Hunt 742

    Jerry Crowe 730

    Kenny Hohensee 725

    Norman Worthy 719

    Ron Gibson 714

    Dave McClements 712

    Keith Underwood 709

    Jerry Hatton 707

    Juan Gaines 705

    Jody Wafford 703

    Frank Fitch 701

    Kenny Todd 701

    Brad Williams 700


    Charlie Bowling 300

    Kevin Jacobs 290

    Billy Short 290

    Denis McGinity 279

    Wes Carrithers 277

    Ken Emmerich Jr 275

    Darrel Hunt 269

    Clint Sharp 269

    Jerry Crowe 268

    Mark Fagan 268

    Jerry Hatton 268

    Norman Worthy 267

    Harold Carter 266

    Josh Cole 266

    Kenny Todd 266

    John Marcum 259

    Brad Williams 259

    Cameron Ewert 258

    Doug Long 258

    Allen Sparks 257

    Keith Underwood 256

    Josh Oram 255

    Rob Kovarik 254

    Dave McClements 254

    Eddie Barber 252

    Jody Wafford 251


    Danette Land 682

    Brooke Howard 653

    Wendy Adkins 649

    Pam Grimes 643

    Melanie Fairchild 642

    Jean Almaria 618

    Stacey Stephens 606


    Brooke Howard 258

    Jean Almaria 248

    Danette Land 246

    Pam Grimes 244

    Melanie Fairchild 236

    Wendy Adkins 234

Charlie Bowling posted a 300 game in the Beltline League at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland on April 13. The 300 came in his last game of his series and followed a 191 and a 197 for a 688. A perfect last game is not a bad way to end a season.

Two bowlers came close to perfect, rolling 290 games. Billy Short and Kevin Jacobs both accomplished the feat. Short used his 290 to pace the week's high series of 774.The 2009-10 winter season is about over and the summer season begins in May. Now is the time to sign up for a summer league. All area centers have openings, so contact your favorite center for information. Summer league schedules are short and they are a great way to stay in bowling shape for the winter season which begins in August.

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