Recreation Highlights (Nov. 29)

From staff reportsNovember 28, 2012 

BOWLING

300 Games

Andy Glover | Glover recorded his first 300 game when he was perfect with a 712 series in the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach

Mike Hardee | Hardee added another 300 game to his resume with a 720 series in McDonald’s Classic at North Myrtle Beach.

280-299 Games

Alex Shand | Shand added a 299 game to his resume along with a 791 series in the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

Steve Grauberg | Grauberg had a ten strike 288 game with Marie’s Odd Couples at Waccamaw.

Tom Schwind | Schwind bowled a ten strike 288 game for the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

Barry Barthelman | Barthelman rolled eleven strikes for a 280 game in the Palmetto Classic at Waccamaw.

Jeffrey Evans | Evans had an eleven strike 280 game for a 770 series in the Little River Classic.

Tony Todd | Todd bowled eleven strikes for a 280 game and 759 series with the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

Youth 600-700 Series

Madison Janack | 12 year old Madison Janack, who just started bowling a couple years ago when she was nine, is doing better than some of the older ladies when she rolled a 242-679 set with the High School League at Waccamaw.

Patrick Christenson | Christenson bowled a 618 series, with high game of 265, with the Surfside Great Whites.

Noteworthy

From the scoresheets | Two ladies bowled good in the Surfside Classic when Michelle Kochanski had games of 257 and 223 for a 675 series and Karen Brown rolled games of 247 and 233 towards a 671 series...Brown also had a 268-694 set in the Golf & Yacht then followed up the next night with a high game of 277 and 628 series with the South Beach Classic, both at Surfside Beach...Chase Cooper bowled a 201 game for the Surfside Youth Sand Dollars.

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