Piker Continues to Roll Along, Collects Two More 800 Series
Published: Sunday, April 15, 2012 at 1:44 a.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, April 15, 2012 at 1:44 a.m.
Piker — sound familiar? Again this week, Dave Piker has knocked the proverbial socks off the pins, accomplishing not just one, but two 800 series. At Orange Bowl he posted 266/279/279/824 and at AMF Lakeland lanes he again shot two 279 games and ended with 806. In addition, at AMF, Jeff Johnson rolled his first ever 300 game and parlayed that to a 713 series. John Spencer also rolled a perfect 300 for 751.
In addition to Piker's success there were 700s from Orange Bowl by Shawn McCann 269/257/258/784, Dan Young 278/259/243/780, Erik Weisbrodt 256/284/769, James Joseph 252/278/755, Bobby Arnold 257/263/753, Danny Marcum 279/740, Emilio Mora 258/258/734, Eric Hansen 252/720, Robert Thompson 719, Jason Hoyt 264/255/719, Bradley Jackson 259/718 and 241/237/681, Frank Collins 278/709 and Bob Baugher 700. Top of the line 600s came from Chuck Sherotski 235/266/696, Ryan Mahar 247/244/696, Chad Richards 240/233/695, Roger Culp 250/694, Tom Fellner 257/693, Jim Robarge 256/689, Robert Lake 256/686, Stephen McCarty 245/680, Jimmy Coffman 247/679, Billy Standridge 674, Tom Taylor 672, Rich Curtis 668, Jay Farr & Jeff Stamm 667, Anthony Pullman 664, C.J. Cale 662, Chad Ashley 662, Joe Ciferni 661, Mack Cummings 659, Scooter Wadley 653, Randall Gregory 651, Les Lovering 650, Clay Gillem 648 and Shannon Taylor 258/645. Additional 600 series' were scored by Bill Finch, Dale Fannin, Doug Mosher, Steve Funds, Mike Luiz, Dave Smewing, Ryan Carr, Meckie Keys, Leroy Brice, Giovanni Harnandez, Omar Pitts, Cliff Beaumont, Walter Dunn, James Urick and Randy Holman. With a 114 average, Christopher Bell tossed a 173 and Keith Deeson shot 587 with a 153 average.
Over at Imperial Lanes Gary R. Pistole just missed, shooting 299/680. Agin Williams had 270/688, Bill Morris rolled a 707 series and there were more 600s from Bob Wagner, Keith Miller, Silvano Rivera and James Ferrell. Bob Myers tossed a 252 game, Bill Crane 248 and Nathan Hogrefe 244. Fifteen more bowlers posted games over the 200 mark.
Up the road at Cypress Lanes, T.J.Herstine hit 258/748, Tony Corraro 259/729, Rick Coleman 279/728, Mike Bruno 269/247/722, Rene Ducharme 268/706 and Vernon Peterson 258/700. Marianne Palmer scored her first ever 600 — 255/688, Toby Waters 278/689, Jim Harrison 278/687, Matt Inman 253/664, Rick Carter 246/661, Buck Barnhill 246/660, Ted Mathis 613 and Colleen Watkins 268/600. Games in excess of 250 came from Ed Hoffman, Matt Dierolf, Brian Ludden, Clyde Street, Michael Tipton, Donal Johnson, Dale Stedwell, Josh Vogel, Alec Mathews, Georg Aversa, Jim Harrison, Coleman and Linda Myer.
In the Cypress Youth Preps, Clint Lerch shot 227/551; in the Juniors, Jordon Sierra had 200, Hannah Kirkland (115 average)154, Samantha O'Shields (116 average) 153 and in the Majors, Travis Slater 246, Justin Figg and Drew May 245 each and Autumn Thompson 257/671.
AMF Lakeland Lanes produced a 782 from Gary Johnson. Rick Dean put up an almost perfect 299 and 774; Chris Munchel 767 and 257/695, Chris Fox 758, Alonzo Burton 756 and 699, Lex Hamilton 288/735, Billy Forgue 266/734, Jim Williams 726, C.J. Cale 723, Josh Smith 712, Jeremy Smith 709, Kevin Roy 702 and Jay Turner 257/701. James Curtis tossed 684, T.J. Meurer and John Spencer 677, Barbara Gnegy 250/676, Walter Dunn 266/673, Kyle Rinderle, in separate leagues, a 279 game and 670, Mike Burgess 266/665, Allison Korcak 662, David Lyon 267/659, Jeff Slaten 264/651, Pam Sprow 249/651, Rodney Perez 649, Mike Dongarra 647, Leah Wallace 247/645 and Gil Rosenthal 644.
More 600s were scored by Danny Fielders, Kirby Radford, Mary Stringer, April Haught and Stephanie Curtis.
There were games topping the 220 mark rolled by Dayman Jolin, Janis Caffee, Judy Bryant, Ken Watts, Austin Barber, Chuck Anderson, Mike Stringer, Jaime Angulo, Bob Harley, Bruce Burkman, Jerry Hamilton, Bob Martinchich, Robert Cisco, Aaron Ellingsworth, Tom Biller, Darlene Tyree, Pam Stoner, Sami Gotauco, Brenda Anderson, Dave Krusyna, John Foster, Johnnie Gaddis, Shawn Knowles, Stan Sprow (277), Ed Smithson and Richard Treyo.
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