Recreation highlights (April 24)

From staff reportsApril 24, 2013 

BOWLING

300 GAMES

Billy Hatoway | Hatoway rolled his second 300 game for a 720 Series in the Wednesday Fun League at Waccamaw.

Scott Mann | Mann had his first Grand Strand 300 game for a 728 series with the Wednesday Fun League at Waccamaw.

280-299 GAMES

Mike Dillehay | Dillehay bowled games of 299 and 289 in the South Beach Classic at Surfside but came up short of an 800 series with his other game.

Matt Mahon | Mahon rolled a 10-strike 289 game for a 725 series in the Keglers Cash Challenge at Waccamaw.

YOUTH 600-700 SERIES

Madison Janack | Janack bowled a 617 series, with a 230 game, in the High School League at Waccamaw.

Tyler Haas | Hass rolled a 617 series, with high game of 225, with the Surfside Great Whites.

NOTEWORTHY

From the score sheets | Phil Cooper bowled 175 pins over his average when he had a 754 series with Marie’s Odd Couples at Waccamaw. … Darryl Reed almost had an 800 when he rolled a pair of 266 games and a 264 for 796 in the South Beach Classic at Surfside. … For the second straight week Stephanie Feagin came up a few pins short of another 700 when she had 268-692 with the Surfside Classic.

CALENDAR

May 18 to June 9 (weekends only) | South Carolina State Tournament to be bowled in Florence. Entries close May 5.

GOLF

Eagles

Bob Hall | Hall eagled the par-4, 257-yard 10th hole at Briarwood, using a driver and putter.

Don Studds | Studds scored an eagle the par-5 sixth hole on April 17 at Crown Park using a driver, 5-wood and a wedge.

Holes-in-one

•  Winnifred Joan Mills | Mills of Hallifax, Nova Scotia, scored a hole-in-one on March 22 on the 94-yard, par-3 fifth hole at Waterway Hills using a 6-hybrid.

•  Don Studds | Studds scored a hole-in-one on April 19 on the 125-yard seventh hole at Brunswick Plantations using a 9-iron.

Shoot-your-age

Bob Hall | Hall, age 76, shot under his age by 7 shooting a 69 at Briarwood on April 16.

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