Time to catch up – I am a week behind on reporting scores and I have to make sure we keep everyone up to date on all the bowling going on at Sky Lanes!

On October 10, Jacob Britton tossed a 203 game and ended up with a nice 557 series, high for the day in the 11:00 Trio League.  Gary Pirrung also shot 203, putting him 78 pins over average.  Taylor Cressman had her high game, a 165, which was 79 pins over average.  Gavin Bervish had a 169 game, 59 pins over average.  Gage Vetrano was 58 pins over with his 148 game.  Billy Radcliffe was incredibly consistent with games of 182, 182, and 178 for a very nice 542 series.  Other nice games:  Lauren Sanchez, 198, Billy Potteiger, 194, David Martin, 190, Travis Pennington, 127 (45 over), Olivia Gullatta, 103 (45 over), and Isaac Trickett, 137 (40 over).

In the 9:00 Trio, Ryleigh Gough had the high game of 149.  Damian Tourville was 46 pins over average with his 139 game.  Jason Schaefer rolled a nice 134 game, 35 pins over average, and Kyle Schaefer was 30 over with his 88 game.

In the Scholastic League, Collin McGurer tore up the lanes with games of 190, 258, and 244, for a very nice 692 series.  Jaret Doraski rolled games of 233 and 253 and ended up with a 634 series.  Tyler Lippert had a nice set of 556 with games of 188, 178, and 190.  Other good games:  Billy Potteiger, 194, Danielle Tuttle, 182, and Lucas Titschinger, 180.

On October 17, Billy Radcliffe was the star of the day.  Billy’s average is 135 but he rolled games of 209, 199, and 177, for a very nice 585 series.  Gavin Bervish was 44 pins over average with his 160 game.  Other good scores:  Isaac Trickett, 135 (32 over), Billy Potteiger, 184, David Martin, 195, and Hunter Turnbaugh, 104 (25 over).

Alex Gage had the top scores in the 9:00 Trio with a 161 game and 388 series.  Kelly Stamnock had a nice 140 game, 46 pins over average.  Other good games were rolled by Jason Schaefer, 140 (40 over), Eric Schaefer, 118 (32 over), Kyle Schaefer, 88 (27 over), and Emily LInamen, 131 (26 over).

Good games for the Scholastic League:  Lauren Sanchez, 214, Billy Potteiger, 212, Jaret Doraski, 211, Brandon Nicholas, 203, and Danielle Tuttle, 193.