Bowling

Bell closes season with 50th 300 game

Special to the Herald-LeaderApril 21, 2013 

  • MEN'S SERIES

    Greg Bell 761

    Nick Parke 731

    Corey Gillespie 728

    Tony Tretheway 718

    Jody Wafford 718

    Kenny Hohensee 711

    Barry Roberts 708

    Isaac Hardy 706

    Darrel Hunt 705

    Tom Roth 703

    MEN'S GAMES

    Greg Bell 300

    Lee Stritesky 280

    Nick Parke 268

    Barry Roberts 268

    Mark Fagan 268

    Tom Roth 267

    Bill Carrithers 266

    Corey Gillespie 258

    Isaac Hardy 258

    Brian Williams 258

    Joe White 258

    Jody Wafford 258

    Frank Fitch 258

    Jerry Hatton 257

    Kenny Hohensee 256

    Steve Poor 255

    Darrel Hunt 255

Greg Bell ended the 2012-13 winter season on a high note, rolling the season's 50th 300 game. The score paced a 761 series in the James R. Wafford Memorial League at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland on April 15.

It was the 16th perfect game rolled in the Wafford league this season.

Banquet will elect board

The Greater Lexington USBC awards banquet and meeting will be at noon Saturday, May 18, at the Ramada Inn on North Broadway. Tickets for the luncheon are $20 and available from any Greater Lexington USBC Officer or director.

This year, in addition to awards, a new merged board of directors will be elected.

The group will also approve the bylaws for the Greater Lexington USBC, which is a result of the merger last May of the Lexington Area Bowling Association, which was the men's organization, and the Lexington Women's Bowling Association.


MEN'S SERIES

Greg Bell 761

Nick Parke 731

Corey Gillespie 728

Tony Tretheway 718

Jody Wafford 718

Kenny Hohensee 711

Barry Roberts 708

Isaac Hardy 706

Darrel Hunt 705

Tom Roth 703

MEN'S GAMES

Greg Bell 300

Lee Stritesky 280

Nick Parke 268

Barry Roberts 268

Mark Fagan 268

Tom Roth 267

Bill Carrithers 266

Corey Gillespie 258

Isaac Hardy 258

Brian Williams 258

Joe White 258

Jody Wafford 258

Frank Fitch 258

Jerry Hatton 257

Kenny Hohensee 256

Steve Poor 255

Darrel Hunt 255

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