Michael Williams among last week's top bowlers at AMF Willow Lanes
Michael Williams had the highest scratch game in reporting leagues last week at AMF Willow Lanes. He bowled a 267.
The rest of the top 25 single-game men's scores, according to www.leaguesecretary.com, were bowled by Eddie Blanco (257); Dean Moore (252); Curt Jones (248); Louis Hajdik (247); Levi Butler (246); Eddie Blanco (244, 243); Levi Butler (242); Danny Paddio (241); Gregory Oliver (237); Heriberto Blanco (236); Louis Hajdik (236); Roger Hopper (235); Doug Oakes (231); Isaac Pereson (231); Rodney Ross (227); Isaac Pereson (226); Eric Green (226); Robert Cortez (226); Roger Hopper (225); Jonathan Morrison (224); Sternberg, Rusty Vo (224); Casey Canton (223) and Eddie Blanco (222).
The top 25 single-game women's scores were bowled by Shelby Smith (234); Louise Grahm (222); Anne Debose (219); Julie Bates (210); Shelby Smith (208); Linda Weise (193); Dawn Hamernik (192); Julie Bates (191); Sherry Brickner (190); Anne Debose (189); Tutti Macon (189); Sharon Sanzone (185); Dawn Stark (181); Krystal Bobeck (181); Louise Graham (180); Anne Debose (179); Sternberg, Laura Vo (179); Troy Jasmin (178); Sherry Brickner (177); Shantandria Paddio (176); Terry(Margaret) Anselme (175); Troy Jasmin (175); Louise Graham (172); Stephanie Courcier (171) and Libby Gonzales (171).
Eddie Blanco's series scratch of 709 was the best in reporting men's leagues last week. He was followed by Michael Williams (686); Levi Butler (658); Dean Moore (656) and Everett Rolfe (637). The best women's series scratch was a 606 bowled by Shelby Smith. Her score was followed by Anne Debose (587); Julie Bates (560); Louise Grahm (547) and Sharon Sanzone (522).
The AMF Willow Lanes bowling alley is located at 19102 W. Montgomery Road.
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