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Bowling: Lester leads week with 815 series

Special to the Herald-LeaderNovember 4, 2012 

  • MEN'S SERIES

    Wayne Lester 815

    Steven Fagan 802

    Brian Scheper 755

    Kermit Neitzel 749

    Michael Mynear 739

    Billy Short 738

    Tony Trethewey 735

    Cameron Ewert 734

    Michael Hines 729

    Matt Joyce 728

    Jody Wafford 720

    Mike Hilvers 719

    Chris Sweet 718

    Bill Carrithers 714

    Derrick Gilbert 707

    Andrew Magedanz 701

    Clay Spradlin 701

    MEN'S GAMES

    Steven Fagan 300

    Wayne Lester 300

    Kermit Neitzel 298

    Mike Hilvers 279

    Clay Spradlin 279

    Don Taylor 279

    Michael Mynear 278

    Michael Hines 278

    Cameron Ewert 278

    David Bosomworth277

    Jody Wafford 270

    Matt Joyce 269

    Tony Trethewey 269

    Billy Short 268

    Lee Stritesky 268

    Frank Fitch 268

    David Kendrick 268

    Danny Collins 268

    Brian Scheper 268

    Chris Sweet 267

    Matt Cole 267

    Brian Williams 267

    Bryan Gaines 265

    Corey Gillespie 258

    Derrick Gilbert 258

    Larry Meikel 258

    David Shuey 258

    Mark Walters 257

    Kenny Stephens 257

    Ron Thompson 257

    Jack Shockley 257

    Phillip Kraft 256

    Denis McGinity 256

    Shawn Murphy 256

    Brandon Hatton 255

    Tracey Nichols 255

    Jeff Deaton 255

    Bill Carrithers 255

    Kenny Hohensee 253

    Sonny Long 252

    Darrel Hunt 250

    WOMEN'S SERIES

    Melinda Craig 745

    Dana Mullins 671

    Becky Flora 646

    Ellen Coomer 640

    Jean Almaria 603

    WOMEN'S GAMES

    Melinda Craig 279

    Chrissy Maddox 263

    Dana Mullins 256

    Penni Miley 248

    Jean Almaria 229

    Becky Flora 226

    SENIOR SERIES

    Ben Davis 676

    Joey Mitchell 667

    Zach Schnieder 644

    Crystal Land 643

    Jacob Hulette 620

    Sarah Doyle 612

    Chelsey Stephens 606

    Mary Neitzel 559

    Amy Connell 508

    SENIOR GAMES

    Joey Mitchell 276

    Ben Davis 267

    Zach Schnieder 266

    Derian Koszenski 265

    Sarah Doyle 257

    Curtis Everman 252

    Kyle Gillespie 246

    Mary Neitzel 241

    Cameron Pettyjohn237

    James Apo 229

    Dustin Stapleton 226

    Crystal Land 225

    Chelsey Stephens 225

    Jacob Hulette 224

    Courtney Wooldridge205

    Amy Connell 192

    Shaylee Carter 189

    JUNIOR SERIES

    Ross Jones 602

    Catherine Vogt 472JUNIOR GAMES

    Ross Jones 215

    Wil Hinkle 185

    Catherine Vogt 173

    PREP SERIES

    Wesley Yazell 439

    PREP GAMES

    Logan Moore 176

    Seth Ellis 158

    Wesley Yazell 158

    BANTAM SERIES

    John Granville 216

    Jayden Tyree 216

    BANTAM GAMES

    Jayden Tyree 129

Local bowlers posted a pair of 800s and a pair of 300s.

Wayne Lester led the way with an 815 series on Monday in the James R. Wafford Memorial League at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland. Lester sandwiched a perfect game between a 280 and a 235.

Steven Fagan rolled his first perfect game on Oct. 25 in the Around Town League at Southland to pace an 802 series.

Those four scores bring the season's total to 11 800 series and 16 perfect games.

■ The Greater Lexington USBC Hall of Fame is scheduled for noon Saturday at the Ramada Inn on North Broadway.

Tickets are $20 and are available from any Greater Lexington USBC officer or director.

This year's inductees are Nancy Hohensee, Kenny Stephens and Julie Whitaker.

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