Bowling: 5 award scores in past week

Special to the Herald-LeaderNovember 24, 2012 

  • MEN'S SERIES

    Frank Fitch 814

    Curby Barker 812

    Jeff Napier 765

    Ryan Shryock 755

    Kenny Stephens 748

    Jerry Hatton 737

    Blake White 735

    Billy Short 734

    Matt Joyce 728

    Bill Pianovski 723

    Greg Bell 721

    Brandon Hatton 718

    Jimmy Porter 713

    Eric Grimes 712

    Chris Williams 711

    David Shuey 708

    Tracey Nichols 703

    Shawn Delles 701

    MEN'S GAMES

    Frank Fitch 300

    Matt Joyce 300

    Jerry Hatton 289

    Jimmy Porter 288

    Ryan Shryock 287

    Bill Pianovski 280

    Curby Barker 279

    Jason Uchwal 279

    Brandon Hatton 278

    Blake White 277

    David Shuey 277

    Brian Williams 277

    Derrick Gilbert 276

    Allen Sparks 269

    Chris Williams 269

    Matt Cracraft 268

    Kenny Stephens 268

    Dwayne Bates 267

    Jeff Napier 267

    John Cooper 266

    Sonny Long 266

    Eric Grimes 263

    Shawn Delles 259

    Dan Kemper 258

    Larry Lindsey 258

    Johnathan Smith 258

    Chris Sweet 258

    David Kendrick 257

    Gary Spurgeon 257

    Roy Barnes 256

    Steven Fagan 256

    Chris Maddox 254

    Tracey Nichols 253

    Lee Stritesky 253

    Wayne Lester 250

    WOMEN'S SERIES

    Melinda Craig 703

    Teri Tucker 677

    Brittani Scruggs-Barber 621

    Haley McDowell 618

    Danette Land 615

    Melanie Johnson 607

    WOMEN'S GAMES

    Melinda Craig 279

    Melanie Johnson 268

    Haley McDowell 266

    Sharon Worthy 249

    Teri Tucker 247

    Stacey Stephens 243

    Jessica Ebersbaker226

    Brittani Scruggs-Barber 225

    SENIOR SERIES

    Shane Dunsing 803

    Jacob Yazell 692

    Jonathan Gilbert 682

    Chad Gilbert 648

    Jonathan taylor 633

    Crystal Land 628

    Joey Mitchell 622

    Sarah Doyle 617

    Dallas Everman 600

    Shaylee Carter 599

    Tori Doyle 558

    SENIOR SERIES

    Jonathan Gilbert 290

    Shane Dunsing 288

    Jacob Yazell 278

    Crystal Land 267

    Joey Mitchell 243

    Jonathan Taylor 237

    Dallas Everman 234

    Joseph Bush 231

    Sarah Doyle 212

    Shaylee Carter 207

    Tori Doyle 207

    PREP GAMES

    Christopher Ray 151

    BANTAM SERIES

    Charlie Smith 249

    BANTAM GAMES

    Charlie Smith 137

Local bowlers posted three 800 series, including one by a youth bowler, this past week along with two perfect games

Shane Dunsing rolled an 803 in the youth program at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland on Nov. 17.

Dunsing, 15, is on the Bourbon County bowling team. He put together games of 279, 288 and 236 for his score, the third award score by a youth bowler this season.

Dunsing uses a two-hand shovel shot style of delivery similar to that of PBA star Jason Belmonte.

Frank Fitch, a member of the Greater Lexington USBC Hall of Fame and no stranger to award scores, rolled an 814 highlighted by a 300 game on Nov. 15 in the Aroundtown League at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland. Fitch sandwiched his perfect game between a 255 and a 259.

Curby Barker posted an 812 in the James R. Wafford Memorial League at Southland on Nov. 19. Barker rolled games of 267, 279 and 266 for his score.

Matt Joyce posted the other 300 game that same night in the Wafford League en route to a 728 series.

Buddy Tournament

The 600 Club held its annual Buddy Tournament on Nov. 11 at Eastland Lanes. The event featured a 600 club member bowling a doubles event, with a woman who has not rolled a USBC sanctioned 600 series as her buddy.

This year's winners were Branda Cummins and Melinda Phillips with a 1,303, worth $200 in prize money. The second spot went to Tara Short and Brenda Elkins (1,275 for $160). Third went to Brenda Morton and Christine Maddox (1,255 for $130). Maddox rolled the event's high series (674). Jean Almaria had the high game (268).

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