Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News firstname.lastname@example.org
“Trophy In bowling, an award given for everything from winning to surviving.” The Youth registration and start of leagues is set for Oct. 21. Information will be sent home with your children the week of Oct. 15. The information board has been moved from the dark corner above alley one to the south end of the bar. The center will keep you on top of upcoming and current events. Jackpot bowling is held Saturday nights at 8 p.m. Friday nights you can “bowl for a buck” a game. Most of you know I try to keep in touch with Shawn Copeland. A few weeks ago I told you what he had bowled for four games while sporting a 242 average. He recently started the night off with a spare, strike, spare, and then reeled off 33 in a row for a 270, 300, 300, 870. He finished the four-game set with a 233 for an 1,103. His 870 is a new record at the lanes, the old being 868 that had stood for eight years. Happy birthday Fren Lohse. The split picker of the week would have to be Kevin Tweeten. Kevin converted a 2-7-8, 3-6-7-10, 3-10 and a 2-4- 8-10. Kyle Surber picked a 4-9, Ann McKnight a 4-5-7, Eric Fee a 4-7-10, Leila Haigler a 6-7, Shannon Kardell, Lisa Morrell, Barb Miller and Dianne Watson 5-7s, and Tera Verploegen a 5-10. Verploegen had the high game of 215 and a 524 by Christy Holden was the series. Marla Boyce shot a 211, Kristi Kline a 201 and Rochelle Cooper a 200. Vicki Clark had a 509, Karia Gerky a 511, Michelle Denny a 508, Dianne Watson a 521 and Verploegen a 513. Ryan Mapes had the very hot hand for the men. Mapes totaled games of 258, 266, and 190 for a 714. I am beginning to think the lane set of 9 and 10 is the place to score. The three 700s shot this year have all been on that pair. Don Jones threw a 234 and 638, Ken Riska a 236 and 653, Brett Antley a 233 and 614, Arnie Shulund a 243, Nick Turner a 236, Randy Christofferson a 233, Leo Miller a 236, Byron Eggum a 233, and Dave Wolf 235, 234 and 684. The high four-game series of 879 belonged to Riska. Don Jones had an 851 and Brett Antely a 786. The final matches for the lady pros will take place on Sunday. The show airs on ESPN at 11 a.m.