The Power Play team paced by Melanie Fairchild dominated the 65th annual Lexington Women's Bowling Association Tournament held at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland. It won both the handicapped and actual titles, rolling 3,549 and 3,491. Fairchild paced the team with a 782 series highlighted by a 279 game.
Joining Fairchild on the team were Teri Tucker (657), Ellen Coomer (690), Pam Grimes (688) and Melinda Craig (674). The team rolled actual games of 1,252, 1,142 and 1,097.
Jean Almaria captured the doubles handicapped with 684 and the all-events handicapped with 2,109. The actual doubles crown was claimed by Lena Ferguson, who rolled a 706.
Julia Shields picked the right time to roll her first 600 series when she tossed a 615 in the singles event. The score plus her 117 pins handicap gave her the handicapped singles crown. Teri Tucker rolled the high game of the tournament with a 290.
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High school bowlers shine
Two local high school teams fared well in the state tournament last weekend at Super Bowl in Erlanger. The West Jessamine boys finished second to Manuel. West Jessamine fell in the fifth and deciding Baker game 257-255.
The Lexington Catholic girls took third place, losing to eventual champion Pleasure Ridge Park. Brandon Hatton of Winchester, who bowls in the youth program at Eastland, finished second in singles. It was the best showing local high school bowlers have made in the event.