Tom Cape rolled the first award score of the season at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland on Oct. 24.
He posted a 300 game in the 50/50 Club Senior's League. It was his first perfect game and it was sandwiched between a 194 and a 215 for a 709 series.
Cape is averaging 196 this season and has a yearbook average of 201.
The 300 was the ninth of the season with the first eight coming at Southland.
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There have also been seven series of 800 or better, with all of those being rolled at Southland.
■ The Kentucky State Men's and Women's Senior Tournaments were held last month in Somerset and Richmond. Three local bowlers were winners in the events.
Denis McGinity won the Super Seniors Division for those 75 and older in the men's event. He rolled a six-game total, including handicap, of 1,360.
Becky Flora captured the women's E Division for bowlers ages 55-59 with a six-game handicapped total of 1,380.
Celia Cooper won the F Division for bowlers ages 50-54, rolling a handicapped score of 1,442.
■ The Kentucky State Women's Bowling Association held their annual meeting last weekend in Richmond.
Melinda Craig and Celia Cooper both were recognized for having bowled 300 games last season. Craig was also honored for posting the high average by a woman in the state last season (230).
Jean Southern of Lexington was inducted into the Kentucky State Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame. She was also elected to a three-year term as the organization's director.