Results: Freisenbruch-Meyer Bowling League

December 18, 2013

In Freisenbruch-Meyer Continental Bowling League action saw the New Hope defeat the Pinjammers 19 – 11, while Quickie Lickie Laundry defeated the Nifty Rollers 25 – 5. The Cubs defeated the Odd Balls 26 – 4, while the Pinsplitters defeated The Invaders 19 – 11 and the Bermuda Pest Control defeated the Spicenix 22 – 8.

High Scratch Game Women

  • Patrice Tucker – 235
  • Edna Mae Tuzo – 226
  • Gina Coddington – 225

High Scratch Game Men

  • Christopher Leverock – 245
  • Stephen Paul – 242
  • Anthony Zuill – 237

High Scratch Game Team

  • Cubs – 1051
  • Pinsplitters – 975
  • New Hope – 954

High Scratch Series Women

  • Patrice Tucker 661
  • Rochelle Harvey 589
  • Marjorie Armstrong 574

High Scratch Series Men

  • Anthony Smith – 653
  • Anthony Zuill – 621
  • Harold Minors & Alfred Wright & Quinton Mallory – 607

High Scratch Series Team

  • Cubs 2854
  • New Hope 2670
  • Quickie Lickie Laundry 2661

Strykerz Mixed League

In Strykerz Mixed League Bowling action at the Strykz Bowling Lounge saw the Pocket Pounders defeat Hard Strikers 5 – 2, Hit N Miss defeated Hit Em Hard 5 ½ – 1 ½, The Dream Team defeated the Achievers 5 – 2.


Scratch Game

  • 190 – Quinton Hayward
  • 157 – Allan Raynor
  • 148 – Lawrence Hall

Scratch Series

  • 467 – Quinton Hayward
  • 423 – Allan Raynor
  • 414 – Lawrence Hall

Handicap Game

  • 200 – Quinton Hayward
  • 196 – Lawrence Hall
  • 172 – Allan Raynor

Handicap Series

  • 558 Lawrence Hall
  • 497 Quinton Hayward
  • 483 Richard Norville


Scratch Game

  • 178 – Sherry Crane
  • 157 – Maryellen Jackson
  • 163 – Rita Smith

Scratch Series

  • 471 – Sherry Crane
  • 459 – Maryellen Jackson
  • 411 – Rita Smith

Handicap Game

  • 219 – Sherry Crane
  • 205 – Latia Robinson
  • 203 – Laila Ming

Handicap Series

  • 594 – Sherry Crane
  • 560 – Lalia Ming
  • 558 – Latia Robinson
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  1. Sarah Baine says:

    Congratulations to the winners. To the losers, better prepare for the upcoming tournaments. Who knows? They might be the next chamoions.

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