Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
"A true bowling friend is someone who makes you feel like a winner, even when you have just lost!" Seven-year-old Jera Verploegen bumped her way to a 95 with two spares in the PeeWees. Tanner Parsons (7) had two strikes, a spare, and a 101 and Elliot Hanson (7) had two spares and a 97. Jentiel Gray (7) bumped two spares and a 92 and Peyton Brown (7) a 96 with three spares. Ashley Otto may only be five but the little one bumped a strike, three spares, and a 116. Paige Nelson and Daniel Johnson had the Bantam highs. Paige rolled a 62, 49 for a 111 and Daniel a 76, 70 for a 146. Donavan Cooper had a 74, 106 and Tyrel Kjersem a 92 series. Madison Shennum had a 59, 103 and Dylan Chvilicek an 84 series. Prep highs were: Amy McMullen 102, 85, 252; Shania Carlson 99, 238; Jacey McDonald 234; Brock Morkrid 139, 343; Tucker Carlson 127; Eurice Chase- McDouglas 122; Dane Rowlatt 326; and Alec Drew 321. Aja Drew and Roman Surber threw the highs on the Junior/Majors. Aja shot a 137, 125, 382 and Roman put together games of 238, 192, and 171 for a 601. Savannah Rudio had a 121, 346; Tianna Drew 309; Matt Olson 399; and Mark Morrell 382. Happy birthday Keri Woodwick! Dianne Watson and Lacy Anderson will celebrate on Tuesday. Dianne Watson picked a 6-7; Tera Verploegen 3-7; Mary Jane Borlaug and Chris Drew 5-10s; Elaine Rosman 4-5; Pam Ehlert 5-7; Dave Lamb 4-7-10; and this one a 5-6-10. Last week I called the bowling experience ugly with few qualifying scores. I talked to Ken to find out how long the different oil pattern would be in use. His comment: It was brutal and it's gone! Lainie Fitzpatrick scored the high game of 232 which was 94 over average. Lainie also had a 529 for a a +115. Dana Seidel's 537 was the high series. Ruth Vukasin, Lorna Bjerga, and Marla Boyce, with a 217, had 534s and I had a 226 and 512 with a couple of those games we don't talk about. Mike Hamilton put the high game of 276 with a 236 and 189 for a 701. Brett Antley shot a 247, 626, 246, 636; Kelly Olson 247, 613, 240, 674; Shawn Mariani 257; Kyle Surber 265, 654, 618; Eric Bartow 242, 658. Ken Riska had a 661; Don Jones 604 and 620; Roy Hamilton 627; Jay Burrington 616; Bret Preeshl 610; and Ryan Mapes 612. Ken Riska had the high four game series of 871. Right behind Ken was teammate Mike Hamilton with an 870. Shawn Mariani totaled an 835; Don Jone 806; Kyle Surber 815; Kelly Olson 794; Brett Antley 784; and Ed Boucher 782.