Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
“It never fails. When your arms are full of bowling balls, the door says pull’.” Ken will be offering a Friday night special. From 7 p.m. to closing, you will be able to bowl three lines for $5. Jackpot bowling is held every Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. A Thanksgiving special will also be offered. A family of four will be able to bowl three games each for $20, this also includes shoe rental. The lanes will be open from 3 p.m. in the afternoon until 9 p. m. The PeeWees started their six-week season Sunday. Robby Cooper threw two strikes and a spare for an 89. Jordan Stiles also scored an 89 with two spares. Casey Mariani bumped his way to an 83 with two spares and Quinn McDonald had a spare and an 80. The first week of Bantam bowling Daeton Keeler had games of 53, and 38 for a two-game series of 91. Kendall Holden had a 44 and series of 78 and Tony Antley a 56 series. Jacey McDonald shot games of 74 and 71 for a 145 series. Jaycelyn Hassa had a 44-game and series of 61 and Amy McMullen a 71 series. Week two saw Daeton Keeler score a 40-game and 67 series. Tony Antely had games of 33 and 29 for a 62 and Kendall Holden had a 33 series. Laine Shettel had games of 50 and 9 for a 59 series. The first week of the Preps saw Alec Drew and Eian Shurina have games of 112. Eian also had a 111 and series of 323. Tyrell Pierce had a 301 and Ryne Antley a 295. Shania Carlson hit games of 112 and 92 for a 272 series. Tara McCormick had a 99 and Aitana Moore and Sonya McMahan series of 185 and 184, respectively. Week two saw Brock Morkrid have a 141, 359, Tyrell Pierce a 128 and 348 and Trey Bown a a 128 and 360. Sonya McMahan shot the highs for the girls with a 117 and 265. Shania Carlson had a 104, 80, 243 and Aitana Moore a 173 series. Ryne Antley picked a 4-7-10. Jacob Holden started the Junior/ Majors season off with a 192. Roman Surber had games of 190 and 174 for a 533. Matt Olson had a 427 and Payton Robertson a 444. Kaitlynn McKnight had the highs of 145 and 361. Savannah Rudio hit a 136 and 318 and Tianna Drew a 131 and 354. Week two saw Roman Surber score a 178 and 163, and a 502. Matt Olson had a 172 and 443 and Spencer Morkrid a 416. Aja Drew had the highs of 162 and 376. Savannah Rudio had a 145 and 355 and Tianna Drew a 109 and 301. If I read it right, Shawn Holden converted the next to impossible 7-10 split. Becky Blake had a nice 184 allspare game. Good “shootin” you two! Shawn Mariani has a brithday on Sunday. Pet ie Durward wi l l be celebrating on Monday and Lyndsey Temple on Tuesday. Split pickers were: Norma Mariani 5-7 and 5-10; Marla Boyce (2) 5-10s; Ron Turner 5-7; Ann McKnight 5-7-9 and 6-7- 10; Tiffany Laisnez 5-10; Chris Young 6-7; Jay Shulund 6-7-10; Dianne Watson 2-4-7- 10; and Shawn Holden 7-10. Dana Seidel had the high game of 233 and Christy Holden the series of 589. Dana had a 563 and Christy a 217, 220, and 513. Corinne DeVries shot a 502, Charleen Anderson a 509 and Becky Blake a 503. Shawn Mariani put together games of 237, 190, and 288 for a 715, the highs of the week. Other high scores were: Mike Hamilton 608; Ron Turner 247, 621, 277, 659; Art Olson 628; Jake Anderson 266; Arnie Shulund 256, 622; Gary Peterson 246; Ken Riska 279, 667; Lorin Teske 269, 681; Roy Hamilton 258, 647; Byron Eggum 644; Ron Tompt 637; Ron Fanning 610; Chris Pappas 639; and Ken Erickson 605. Ken Riska’s 886 was the high fourgame. Art Olson had an 863, Arnie Shulund a 792 and Roy Hamilton a 793. The pro women will be bowling one match during the pro men’s telecasts on Sunday, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2. The shows air on ESPN at 11 a.m. on Sunday mornings.