Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
Hi-Line Lanes will be open Thursday from 3 to 9 (a good way to work off your turkey dinner). The lanes are open every day from 1 to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday during the hours of 1 to 5 p.m. you can bowl three lines for $5. Birthday party packages are also offered. Call 265- 5885 for more info. The pots are growing for Jackpot Bowling. The fun night is held every Saturday at 8 p.m. Reservations are being taken for New Years Eve so call early to assure a spot. Hi-Line Lanes has purchased a resurfacing machine. It’s main purpose is to lengthen your ball’s life and to maintain a consistent cover reaction. You will find Ken Brubaker back in the pro shop, drilling balls along with resurfacing them. It is strongly suggested to call or talk to Ken in advance as he is a very busy guy. I think most of you know by now that Hi-Line Lanes is a no-smoking establishment. This was a necessary decision as many bowlers are under the legal age. When the bar reopens, it will also be nonsmoking. A few problems are arising because of this and I hope you will use your common sense before they get serious. People who find it necessary to go outdoors to smoke while bowling should remember: that you have your bowling shoes on and will be bringing the outside inside and onto the approaches. There is also a “delay of game” rule, #11, page 20. “No unreasonable delay in the process of any game is permitted.” This can lead to a game or series being forfeited. Please, do not let it come to the latter. Tracer Nitz had the boys’ high games and series of 79, 62, and a 141 two-game in the Bantams. Megan Erickson hit a 47, 35 and an 82 for the girls. Tucker Carlson shot a 40-game and Cole Schlotfeldt a 59 series. Kiara Christianson had a 39 series and Brittney Bergren a 38. Brandi Erickson threw two games of 59 and a series of 150 for the girls’ highs in the Preps. Shania Carlson had a 51 and a 114 series. Trey Brown threw a 138 and a 344 and Jacob Holden a 122, and a 350 for the boys’ highs. David Denny had a 123 and a 328. Highs for the Jr/Majors were Matt Jensen with a 195 and a 499 and a 191 by Alexis Eierdam and Jessica Erickson’s 360. Alexis had a 347, Jessica a 159, Jaylee Berg a 135, and Dyani Holzhausen a 354. Kyle Surber hit a 177, 467, Roman Surber a 455, and Joseph Anderson a 170. Happy birthday Roseann Marino! Barry Zanto gains one the 24th. Marie Hobson picked a 4-10, Lisa Ophus a 4-5, Linda Gerhart a 5-10, and Myrna Morse picked two 5-7s. The amount of scores this week were nothing to write home about. If this continues, I will once again lower them to be here. The high series of 547 belonged to Christy Holden, who also had a 533. Myrna Morse’s 201 was the only one. Barb DeRosa had a 534. Ken Erickson hit a 247 and had a pair of 600s with a 615 and 627. Ryan Mapes had a 232, Don Seagraves a 238, Shawn Mariani a 236 and a 599, Jay Burrington a 610, and Ron Tompt a 590. Mike Sherrill had the high four-game of 780.
Dan Redding had the very hot hand last week throwing games of 235, 247, 225 for a 707. Pat Newton had a 644, Dave Watson a 605, Greg Spinler a 617, and Chris Pappas a 607. Spinler also had the high four-game series of 802. Dani Kline and Linda Foster had the women’s highs of 211 and 570, respectively. Shirley Kline had a 532. Chris Kline converted a 3-8-10, Shirley Kline a 3-10 and a 5-8-10, Alita Newton a 3-7-10, a Monty Groth, Lyle Harrison, and Chris Pappas 5-10s, Dave Watson a 5-7 and a 6-8, Dave Jones a 6-7, and Helen Inabnit and Marjie Spinler 3-10s.