Recreation Highlights (Nov. 15)

From staff reportsNovember 14, 2012 

Bowling

800 Series

• Tom Schwind | Schwind began the week at Surfside Beach with a 300 game and 824 series with Arch’s Classic then came back Wednesday and rolled another 300 game for an 805 series in the South Beach Classic.

Youth 600-700 Series

•  Andrew Diley | Diley rolled a 676 series with high game of 264 with the Surfside Great Whites.

280-299 Games

• Darren Greene | Greene had the first eleven strikes for a 299 game and 782 series in the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

• Joe Flores | Flores began the night in the Palmetto Classic at Waccamaw with the first eleven strikes for a 299 game.

• Sal Marsicano Jr . | Marsicano rolled a ten strike 288 game for a 702 series with Conbraco at Waccamaw.

Noteworthy

• From the scoresheets | Doug Moore bowled 177 pins over his average with a 777 series in the Palmetto Classic at Waccamaw...Sue Koseroski, bowling at a 130 average, rolled 169 pins over average with a 559 series in Marie’s Odd Couples at Waccamaw.

Golf

Eagles

•  Ralph Cretella | Cretella, a Longs resident, scored an eagle on the 302-yard, par-4 ninth hole at Eagle Nest on Oct. 31 using a driver and sand wedge.

•  Len Schmidt | Schmidt eagled the 452-yard, par-5 12th hole at International Club on Nov. 9 using a driver, rescue club and putter.

Holes-in-one

•  Yan Wang Markoulis | Markoulis shot a hole-in-one on the 86 yard, par-3 18th hole at Crown Park on 11/5 using his 7 iron.

•  Tom Wywrot | Wywrot scored his first career hole-in-one on the 135-yard, par-3 seventh hole at Litchfield on Nov. 9 using a 7 iron.

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