Bowling notes: Pardi and Neal closed year with perfect games

Special to the Herald-LeaderJanuary 4, 2014 

  • Top local scores

    MEN'S SERIES

    Jerry Hatton, 794

    Josh Pardi, 793

    Curby Barker, 762

    Jason Meadors, 739

    Billy Short, 734

    Matt Fitch, 733

    Jeff Napier, 732

    Adam Cummins, 730

    Kenny Stephens, 725

    Brad Williams, 720

    Jack Burns, 718

    Mike Neal, 717

    Randy Johnson, 725

    Steven Ratliff, 712

    Parth Parekh, 703

    MEN'S GAMES

    Josh Pardi, 300

    Mike Neal, 300

    Curby Barker, 288

    Jerry Hatton, 279

    Steven Ratliff, 278

    Matt Cole, 278

    Adam Cummins, 277

    Billy Short, 277

    Harold Shields, 276

    Adam White, 270

    Jason Meadors, 269

    Jeff Napier, 268

    Cameron Ewert, 266

    Kenny Stephens, 264

    Brad Williams, 264

    Matt Fitch, 258

    Jess Hatton, 258

    George Kraft, 257

    Scott Ward, 256

    Rick Arnold, 255

    Jack Burns, 255

    Bill Pianovski, 255

    Randy Johnson, 254

    Parth Parekh, 254

    Danny Guffey, 252

    WOMEN'S SERIES

    Melinda Craig, 759

    Pam Grimes, 720

    Melanie Johnson, 646

    Vanessa Reffitt, 625

    Danette Land, 602

    WOMEN'S GAMES

    Pam Grimes 290

    Melinda Craig, 288

    Danette Land, 258

    Melanie Johnson, 246

    Vanessa Reffitt, 241

Josh Pardi and Mike Neal ended 2013 strong with perfect games.

Neal's 300 came in the AroundTown League at Southland on Dec. 26, and it topped a 717 series.

Pardi rolled his 300 as part of a 793 series in the James R. Wafford Memorial League at Southland on on Dec. 30.

■ The Bradley Open will start at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland at 9 a.m. Saturday.

The scratch singles event features a $10,000 first prize as well as a paid entry to the 2015 USBC Masters Tournament.

The entry fee is $300 per bowler.

Last year's winner was Tony Lambert of Louisville, the event's only three-time champion.


Top local scores

MEN'S SERIES

Jerry Hatton, 794

Josh Pardi, 793

Curby Barker, 762

Jason Meadors, 739

Billy Short, 734

Matt Fitch, 733

Jeff Napier, 732

Adam Cummins, 730

Kenny Stephens, 725

Brad Williams, 720

Jack Burns, 718

Mike Neal, 717

Randy Johnson, 725

Steven Ratliff, 712

Parth Parekh, 703

MEN'S GAMES

Josh Pardi, 300

Mike Neal, 300

Curby Barker, 288

Jerry Hatton, 279

Steven Ratliff, 278

Matt Cole, 278

Adam Cummins, 277

Billy Short, 277

Harold Shields, 276

Adam White, 270

Jason Meadors, 269

Jeff Napier, 268

Cameron Ewert, 266

Kenny Stephens, 264

Brad Williams, 264

Matt Fitch, 258

Jess Hatton, 258

George Kraft, 257

Scott Ward, 256

Rick Arnold, 255

Jack Burns, 255

Bill Pianovski, 255

Randy Johnson, 254

Parth Parekh, 254

Danny Guffey, 252

WOMEN'S SERIES

Melinda Craig, 759

Pam Grimes, 720

Melanie Johnson, 646

Vanessa Reffitt, 625

Danette Land, 602

WOMEN'S GAMES

Pam Grimes 290

Melinda Craig, 288

Danette Land, 258

Melanie Johnson, 246

Vanessa Reffitt, 241

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