Grand Lake Bowling League Standings " Dec. 15 |

Grand Lake Bowling League Standings " Dec. 15

The bowling pins are continuing to fly at Grand Lake Lanes as the local leagues held more games over the past few days.

Men’s League

During last week’s Wednesday Night Men’s League, Bobby Blea and Chris Baer dominated the individual results. Blea bowled the high game handicap of 280 and high series handicap of 732 while Baer took the high series scratch with a score of 605. Blea and Baer shared the high game scratch by rolling identical scores of 223.

Team W L

Alpine Taxidermy 21.5 10.5

Power World 18.5 13.5

Team 5 16 16

Grumpy’s Old Men 15 17

Heckerts Cleaners 14 18

B’All Nite Long 13 19

Drink, Pillage, Plunder 9 3

Gapers 0 4

Las Vegas League

During the latest games by the Las Vegas League, Diane Temple bowled the women’s high game scratch of 190 and high game handicap of 244. Melissa Humble earned the high series scratch of 477 while Charlotte Ruffin took the high series handicap of 627.

In the men’s games, Bill Sauter rolled the high game scratch of 182 and high game handicap of 233. T.J. Humble scored the high series scratch of 490 while Bobby Blea earned the high series handicap of 645.

Team W L

Diamonds in Ruff 27 13

The Rollers 26.5 13.5

It Happens SHH 24.5 15.5

“Bear” It All 22 18

Up Your Alley 17 23

Ace Plumbing 16 24

Just Sizzlin’ 13.5 26.5

Grand Lake Lanes 12.5 27.5

Louie’s Ladies

Teena Lorenz was unbeatable during the latest Monday Night Louie’s Ladies games as she swept all the top individual scores. She bowled the high game scratch of 207, high game handicap of 248, high series scratch of 493 and high series handicap of 616.

Team W L

Just Us 34 22

Lane Hoppers 32.5 23.5

Frickin Five Pin 31.5 20.5

Fallen Angels 30 26

The D Team 28.5 27.5

Spare Me 25 31

The Gumballs 20.5 25.5

Plumb Bobs 18 34

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