It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a UFO! And he took control of the lanes from Jim Bomboy’s hand in the Suburban League last week at the Twin Oaks Bowling Center.
Bomboy started the night with a 259 game before starting a series of strikes game two to record his 14th career perfect 300.
With 559 entered game Third, Bomboy continued with the task at hand and scored a closer 269 to complete his 7th career 800 of 828 series.
This set was an almost out of the box show for Bomboy rolling a new “UFO” bowling ball by RotoGrip that night.
Jim got a hell of a deal on this particular ball because his longtime friend (and the only guy from MOTIV, Dave Yett) gave him the ball he won in a recent tournament.
Shooting of an 800 series which included a perfect 300 game with a free balloon, priceless!
Bomboy had to keep all strikes to himself because the only other bowler news was Chris Yett, 99 pins back with 729 for the series on games of 180, 269 and 280.
A few nights later, while bowling in the Early Birds League at Thunderbird Lanes, Mark Paslay started with a spare 8 in his first frame and came off the sheet for a nice 290 gameLeague secretary Gary Sammons reported.
Sammons added, “Following that with a 279, he was ready to roll an 800, but he was just short with the 794 series.”
And then the next night, Tracy Price lined up for a 258 game which led to an 11 in a row, 290 for game two, after a spare in the first frame.
Price came out with a 236 game to sum up a 784 for the series.
The award efforts came from the League Tuesday Night Movers at the Twin Oaks Bowling Center, Fort Sill.
Other league highlights
The His and Hers League has seen quite a few good sets over the past few weeks, as reported by Secretary Jeff Janssen, who has been in the midst of organized chaos for all the teams to form. games, invented, so that the league could move forward.
James Vaughn found success a few weeks ago, putting games of 278, 202 and 269 together for a 749 series.
That same week, Chad Perry shot 198, 267 and 258 for 723, Robert Copeland had 216, 244 and 256 for 716 and Janssen jumped into the action with a 702 which got 214, 269 and 219.
Last Tuesday’s session for him and shows him Terry Justus at the bar with 715 games of 246, 201 and 268 and Chad Perry penciled in a 702 on games of 278, 215 and 209.
After a slow start, Mark Hill came back with 278 and 246 to lead TNT with 716.
An honorable mention in the TNT league goes to a couple of new bowlers who recently returned to the sport and made the honor roll for the first time this week.
These bowlers are Albert Arredondo who rolled a 235 game and Braydon Miller who rode a 239 game.
And our senior bowler of the week was Rick Young of the Golden Years League at Twin Oaks.
Young started off with an almost perfect 289 game followed by 225 and 191 for a 705 series.
For the second week in a row, Mikey York topped the charts with a 700 series, this week putting up a 709 on games of 152, 278 and 279 of the TBird Legends.
On the other end of the spectrum, TBird MiniShots Lee Perry gathered 100 back to back games of 102 and 105.
The Oak Trees of Twin Oaks did not play in keeping the MLK Day.
David Fishbeck led the bowlers in Tuesday’s No-tappers with a 795 streak that started with a first ten, 287.
Rick Olson finished his set with the same score of 287 for the top of the league game of the week.
Damon Foster was the high roller of Senior 9-Pin No-Tap Colorama at Thunderbird Lanes, posting games of 258, 280 and 266 for a total of 915 handicap to take …
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