Perfect Games and 1,000 Series Get Summer Off to Hot Start


Published: Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 9:17 p.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 9:17 p.m.

Three perfect games get the summer season rolling. Two of those noteworthy games were posted by Emilio Mora in the same four-game series at Orange Bowl. He scored 300/300/254/236 for a 1090 series. The third 300 was tossed by Manny Castanon at AMF Lakeland Lanes. He added a 247 for a 768 three-game total.

In the four game summer trio format, Bobby Arnold rolled 276/230/246/258/1009 and Vernon Peterson 258/255/229/259/1001. Four-game series' over 900 were posted by Terrance Reeves 259/258/974, Bill Sumner 241/246/254/ 222/963, Trevor Bryant 238/243/223/242/946, Neal Waldeck 235/268/263/941, Dave Piker 227/258/258/940, Doug Lovett 225/221/234/ 235/915, Cruise Webster 247/910, Josh Scanlan 268/245/909 and Frank LeFleur 245/248/906.

At Orange Bowl, in the traditional three-game series format, Stan Sprow threw 257/238/267/762, Jim Robarge 788, P. J. Campbell 213/267/277/757, Kevin Lane 249/279/744 and David Owens 257/243/241/741. At Imperial Lanes Larry May bowled 722 and Cypress Lanes had a 700 from Mike Dierolf with 278/710. There were nine 700s at AMF Lakeland Lanes including Castanon's 768 and Piker 279/235/746 and 268/259/242/769, Stan Sprow 269/246/256/771, Scooter Wadley, Jr. 259/246/234/739, Berry Hopkins III 268/235/225/728, Pokey Podgorski 258/244/225/727 and 249/234/702, Bob Baugher, Jr. 242/237/236/715 and Aaron Ellingsworth 278/232/733.

Series over 650 showed up everywhere with Brandon Harris 256/691 and 246/653, Tomi Burns 241/240/683, Ellingsworth 258/677, Kevin Marshall 278/676, Randall Gregory 278/673, Pam Sprow 247/665, Tom Zalys 234/663, Jerry Nipper 245/654, , Greg Caffee 258/653, Stan Sprow 687, Preston Gould 247/683, Robert Cisco 245/679, Hopkins 249/672, Rodney Perez 251/670, Dale Painer 653, Richard Treyo 280/691, Diego Ulloa 652, Reginald Mitchell 266/673, Don Summerford 279/662, Arnie Graham 673, Fred Wages 241/664, Cliff Hartsfield 279/665, Willard Barret 277/652, Tony Ashley 247/652, Jim Robarge 246/673, George Bullo 247/680, Mike Doloff 246/640, Al Lefferts 661, Dave Doncell 681 and Denis Webb 245/659.

Additional 800s (in the four-game format) and 600s (traditional format) were tossed by Cicero Carr, Eric Weisbrodt, Matt Glendenning, James Joseph, Tim Dallman, Bob, Tom Fellner, Travis Thrasher, Neal Waldeck, Mike Sweeney, B. J. Blalock, Chris Munchel, Lovett, Byron Tennison, Steve Funds, Piker, Rockey, Bill Shaffer, Meckie Keys, Bryan Mathers, Tim Dallman, Scott Shinabarker, Sweeney, Hopkins, Daryl Funds, Steve McCarty, Clinton Mathers, Rita Wright, Mack Cummings, Robert Teft, Sr., Dave Doncell, Frank Roundtree, Jay Turner, Kris Olson, David Lyon, Lynne Knowles, Janis Caffee and Leah Wallace.

Games of note were scored by Tom Biller, John Fuentes, Chuck Anderson, Michelle Giddens, Candy Clinton, Lainee Kitterman, Bruce Burkman, Chuck Sherotiski, Carol Wadley, Rodena Angulo, Bob Reedy, Levi Buzzell, Jasime Angulo, Bob Harley, Mike Dongarra, Jr., Chuck McClellan,m Corey Fisher, Bill Webb, Justiin Gill, Andrea Blackmon, Rob McManus, Alanzo Burton, Judy Rinderle, Jim Dubose, Bob Shearer, Marty Fleoischer, Phil White, Mirch Maragas, Hal Wasserback, Jim Griffith, Kevin Chancey and Robert Pope.

Sid Howard and Nancy Martin each bowled 50 pins over their average. Billy Forge, establishing a left-handed average for the first time by rolling a 205 and 225.

More 200 games were scored at Cypress and Imperial Lanes by Michelle Glover, Jay Grabowski, Jill Rogers, Nicole Wren, Jimmy Serman, Troy Hamric (286), Kevin Roy, Candy Allen, Richard Culp, Franklin Walker, Tom Rutt, Glen Randle, Donte Gettens, Rick Coleman and Maryfran Milbank.

Orange Bowl had more 200s by Joe Cuzzone, Jim Urick, Ron Pack, Mike Campbell, Keith Searles, Leroy Brice, Charles Steeg, Richard Carter, Rashad Cook and Joe Woznicki.

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