Andrew Magedanz bowled the top scores at Galaxy last week with a 270 game and 689 series in the Monday Mixed League.
The best women’s scores were a 217 game and 532 series by Beverly Shearer in the same league.
Monday Night Mixed
As noted at the top of the column, Andrew Magedanz led this league last week with a 270 game and 689 series. Mike Hilvers was next with a 249 game and 664 series.
A 600-level series was also bowled by Brandon Lutes (654), Glenn Masters (652), Matt Cracraft (651), Alex Dapkus (650), Mark Rogers (641), Brandon Simpson (630), Matt Joyce (625), Steve Woltering (617), Tyler Morgan (609), Neil Haggard (608), Jeff Sadler (608) and Paul Miller (605).
Beverly Shearer led the women in the league with a 217 game and 532 series. Andi Daly bowled the second-best women’s game (203) and Phyllis Lindsey the second-best women’s series (511). Daly rolled a 500 series.
The names and best scores of the 32 bowlers who rolled one or more 200-level games at this session are included with the top scores list at the end of this column.
Bill Bowles converted a 4-7-10 split.
Wednesday Summer League
The top scores in this league last week were a 246 game and 672 series by Lewis Jones Jr.
Brandon Simpson and Mark Rogers each bowled a 647 series and Bill Bowles also rolled a 600-level series with a 612 total.
Peanut Johnson rolled the second-best men’s game at 235.
The best scores for the women were bowled by Kymmi Bowles with a 182 game and 473 series, while Dana Starnes rolled the second-best women’s game (180) and Julia Landreth the second-best women’s series (454).
The names and best scores of the 10 men who bowled one or more 200-level games at this session are listed at the end of this column.
Teresa Jackson converted a 5-10 split.
Tuesday No Tap
Scores in no-tap leagues are higher than in regular leagues because nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike.
The previous week saw a smaller than usual number of high scores in this league, but the scoring pace picked up considerably last Tuesday.
Gary Cromer became the seventh bowler to roll a no-tap 300 game in this league, and there were three 800 series and five 700 series bowled.
Jeff Napier and David Robinson each left two pins with their last ball to record game scores of 298, while Matt Joyce left three pins for a 297 score.
Napier (853), Joyce (839) and Robinson (831) reached the 800 series level.
A 700 series was bowled by Carl Daniels (748), Cromer (732), Jeff Sadler (715) and John Hickam (708).
Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 725 series and 278 game. Donna Fourre bowled the second-best women’s game (242) and Novel Davis the second-best women’s series (614).
A series score over 600 was bowled by Bill Bowles (660), Jim Hisle (653), Steve Dickey (643), Jim Collins (629), Randy Burgess Sr. (629), Tina Hisle (612) and Jason Abel (605).
Last call for Bluegrass Games
The bowling competition at the Bluegrass State Game will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Eastland Lanes in Lexington.
The deadline for registration by mail has passed, but on-line registration is available until Friday.
There will be singles and doubles events for six age groups ranging from 8 years old and younger to 55 and over. The entry fee is $25 for one event or $35 for two events.
Go to www.bgsg.org for information and entry forms.
Galaxy golf scramble and no-tap tournament
There will be a merger of two sports during the first weekend in August.
The Galaxy Bowling Center is sponsoring a golf scramble on Aug. 4 at the Battlefield Golf Course with a tee time of 10 a.m.
The entry fee is $60 per player and includes green fees, cart, lunch and snacks. Call 624-4444 to register. Registration will remain open until 9 a.m. the day of the tournament.
The first-place team will collect $400 cash, the second-place team $240 and the third-place team will receive a $200 credit from the Battlefield Pro Shop.
A portion of the proceeds will go to support the local Hospice program.
Participants in the golf tournament will be granted free entry for a no-tap bowling tournament on Sunday, August 5. The bowling tournament will award a $500 first-place prize.
In addition to regular strikes, nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike in no-tap competition.
The entry fee for the no-tap tournament is $20 for those who do not participate in the golf tournament.
Last Week’s Top Scores
Andrew Magedanz 270
Mike Hilvers 249
Lewis Jones Jr. 246
Matt Joyce 245
Brandon Lutes 238
Paul Dapkus 236
Alex Dapkus 235
Glenn Masters 233
Brandon Simpson 232
Mark Rogers 232
Randy Burgess Sr. 228
Larry Lindsey 227
Matt Cracraft 227
Steve Woltering 224
Russell Jones 223
Paul Miller 223
Mark Rogers 222
Jeff Sadler 221
Tyler Morgan 217
J. J. Reising 217
Mike E. Bryant 216
Lewis Jones Jr. 215
Dave Kendrick 213
Bill Bowles 213
Todd Young 212
David Norman 209
John Hickam 209
T. J. Tudor 208
Ray White 207
Cody Dapkus 207
Neil Haggard 206
Carl Daniels 203
Ollie Gasser 202
Tyler Magedanz 201
Sean Christianson 201
Beverly Shearer 217
Andi Daly 203
Phyllis Lindsey 194
Kymmi Bowles 182
Dana Starnes 180