Bowlers enter final weeks

Published 12:00 am Monday, August 26, 2002

Bowlers are preparing for the home stretch in local league action. Three leagues are in the final weeks of the 2002 summer season with first-place honors up for grabs.


The Nothin But Trouble team is in first place after 14 weeks of the 16-week season followed by the Covington County Bank squad and the Bowling Angels.

The Three Bananas team is currently in fourth and looking to make a late charge followed by the "Bowl" Weebles, Burning Embers and Just Whatever teams.

Vicki Gaston and Gwen Olson were the top bowlers in league action last week. Gaston had a 225 scratch game and 272 handicap game for top honors. Olson bowled a 505 scratch series and a 670 handicap series for top honors during week 14.


One week remains in league action with The Rat squad holding on to first place after 15 weeks of bowling. The Loner squad is in second followed by the Shroom team.

The rest of the standings are rounded out by the Solo team, the Spice Girl squad and The Brat team.

Butch Lints and Maryann Andrews were the top bowlers last week.

Lints swept the top scores among the men bowlers with a 191 scratch game, 494 scratch series, 232 handicap game and 617 handicap series.

Andrews was the top bowler among the women during week 15 with a 224 scratch game, 491 scratch series, 286 handicap game and 677 handicap series.


One week remains in the season with The Intimidators holding on to first place. The Always "One" team is in second followed by the Trauma Team.

The PFUI! team is currently in fourth followed by the Kinfolk squad and the Granny's Brood team.

Dick Gaston was en fuego last week recording all four high scores among the men bowlers with a 256 scratch game, 633 scratch series, 268 handicap game and 669 handicap series.

Sherry Kurtz also had a good week recording three top scores among the women with a 215 scratch series, 266 handicap game and 682 handicap series. Melody Gunter prevented Kurtz from sweeping the top scores with a 568 scratch series for top honors.