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Handley rolls Middle Georgia’s second 300 of season

Mike Handley was super in posting the second perfect game of the new season in the Men's Commercial league. His set total was 744. This achievement occurred at the Russell Parkway Gold Cup lanes in Warner Robins.

Macon action

In the Wednesday Night Mixed league, Bayne Mallary (779/278 game), Travis Patterson (712), William Smith III (708/299 game) and Karley Bowie (613) were the leaders. Excelling on Thursday were Terry Johnson (756/299 game) and Chad McCormick (279 game). In other league happenings, leading sets were Matt Harmon (696) and Justin Lewis (686).

Warner Robins action

In the Kings and Queens league, Bryan Carrier rolled a nice 705 series. In the Men's Commercial, recognition went to Mike Mullis (785) and Armando Moore (297 game). Posting high totals in the New Kids in the Alley were James Dinkins (760), Isaac Jones (734), Karley Bowie (673/257 game), Cathy Copeland (644), Amber Lethco (638) and Robert French (276 game). Leading the Town and Country bowlers were Bill Amaral (738/279 game), Cady Russell (748/290 game), Kimberly Conger (655/268 game), Karin Griffin (613) and Jimmy Mauro (279 game). In other action, leading sets went to Harry Reed (684) and Corey Conger (680). Tuesday night doubles stars were Doug Cox (741) and Joe Rosario (719). For the seniors, top scores belonged to John Trichinotis (646), Lloyd Britt (614), Arlene Todd (559) and Mike Mauro (253 game). Khyle Bentley (696/277 game) led the youth. Standing out in the high school competition was Jarred McCarley of Northside (689/268 game)

Robins AFB action

The best bowler in AFRC league was Jimmy Jean (718). Gene Lehman posted a 277 game in the Charity group. Dominating the youth scene were Stephen Lackey III (650), Catherine Martin (566) and Leah Spears (558).

Tools of the trade

Q: Can a USBC youth waive cash prizes and bowl in an adult league?

A: No, a youth bowler can never bowl on any team that pays cash as prizes.

Events update

▪ The 36th annual Georgia State WBA Seniors Tournament will be held on weekends from Oct. 22 to Nov. 13 in Newnan. Singles and doubles will be held. The entry fee is $24 per bowler per event, and the deadline to enter is Friday.

▪ The 36th annual Georgia State USBC Seniors Tournament will be held on weekends from Oct. 22 to Nov. 13 in Newnan. Singles and doubles will be held. The entry fee is $24 per bowler per event, and the deadline to enter is Friday.

▪ The 2016 Central Georgia City Tournament will be held Dec. 3, 4, 10 and 11 at Macon Gold Cup Bowling Center. Singles and doubles will be held, The entry fee is $17 per bowler per event, and the deadline is Nov. 19.

▪ The 36th annual Georgia State USBC WBA Queens and Senior Queens Tournaments will be held on Feb. 25 and 26 in Newnan. The entry fee is $55 per bowler for individual competition, and the deadline to enter is Feb. 3.

▪ The 61st annual Georgia State USBC Women's Handicap Championships will be held on weekends from March 4 through March 19 in Fayetteville and Newnan. Singles, doubles and team events will be held. The entry fee is $24 per bowler per event, and the deadline to enter is Jan. 15.

Bowling scores

Macon Gold Cup

ADAPTIVE FALL BOWLERS

William Reeves 317-163, Wayne Whitby 274, Douglass Pearson 273, Fredrick Bryant 152, Tim Blocker 141; Chanda Davis 213-123, Kelly Brannon 203, Maria Schwed 198-125, Tina Wheeler 115.

ADAPTIVE FALL RAMPERS

Carl Brown 264-134, Jake Pitts 228-136, Henry Walter 170-99; Terry Calloway 259-148, Norma Griffin 188, Katy Brown 137-88, Karen Love 105.

COMMERCIAL TEN PIN

Steve Wade 659-241, Darryl Hill 651-238; Trellis Hamilton 505-174, Bernice Davis 491-176.

GOLDEN NUGGETS

Zaden Channel 177-100; McKenzie Scott 143-74, Gianna Wickman 116-64.

GOLDEN TEENS

Filmore Thomas, Adam Lin 417-160, Matt Huffman 397-151.

MONDAY SMOKE FREE

Charles Carter 548-189, Steve Davis 544-194; Shirley Wilday 533-164, Kathy Jones 470-172.

OUTSIDERS

Len Jackson 605-257, Tony Clark 601, Tommy Scraggs 263; Donna Carroll 490-181, Rhonda Newell 418-170.

SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED

Johnnie Pryor 603-203, Chris Maciejewski 575-211; Janette Nelson 528-202, Belinda Brown 489-177.

THURSDAY NIGHT BOWLERS

Matt Harmon 696, Chad McCormick 663-279, E T Stanley 660-236, Robert Walker 235; Pat Freeman 524-224, Gladys Anthony 455-164, Elma Ross 432-155.

THURSDAY NIGHT PINBUSTERS

Terry Johnson 759-299, Joe Beeman 652-246, Johnnie Pryor 570, Eddie Collins 236; Cheryl Blake-Thomas 552-190, Christian Patterson 480, Jackie Wimberly 458-184.

THURSDAY SENIORS

Joe Gary 575-221, Steve Davis 573-202, Bernie Perkins 565, Charles Bagley 214; Bennye Parham 541-207, Kathy Jones 516-190, Charles Reid 478-177, Marsha Moore 471, Sandra Fraley 468, Lynn Abercrombie 449-169, Sheila Pritchett 181.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED

Bayne Mallary 779-279, Travis Patterson 712-259, William Smith III 708-299, Justin Lewis 686, Davis Hutcherson 258; Karley Bowie 613-225, Morgan Beeman 546-211, Colleen Dunagan 531-203.

Warner Robins Gold Cup

KINGS AND QUEENS

Bryan Carrier 705-269, Jim Copeland 662, Jeremy Vinson 269; Cathy Copeland 572-204, Deanna Mines 561-199

LADIES NIGHT OUT

Vernita Marlin 567, Sandra Harris 559, Shirley Holbrook 245

MEN’S COMMERCIAL

Mike Mathes 785, Mike Handley 744-300, Armando Moore 297

MEN'S HANDICAP

Harry Reed 684-267, Ray Brake 658-266, Ray Turner 657-246

MONDAY'S SENIORS

John Trichinotis 627-246, Lloyd Britt 614, Mike Mauro 253; Arlene Todd 516-186, Linda Brown 491, Mary Wilson 477-182

MOOSETTES

Crystal Cooper 480-170, Patti Conley 381-155, Kelli Branscom 153

MORNING GLORY

Arlene Todd 546, Trena Bolt 537-195, Maggie Pope 214

NEW KIDS IN THE ALLEY

James Dinkins II 760, Isaac Jones 734, Robert C French 276; Karley Bowie 673-257, Cathy Copeland 644, Amber Lethco 638-244

SENIOR WONDERS

John Trichinotis 646-238, Lamar Pipkin 555, John Hovan 521; Arlene Todd 559-221, Samella Swader 537-192, Jan Daniell 480

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Bill Amaral 738-279, Jimmy Mauro 695-279, Corey Conger 680; Cady Russell 748-290, Kimberly Conger 655-268, Karin Griffin 613

TUESDAY NIGHT DOUBLES

Doug Cox 741, Joe Rosario 719, Mark Lynn 268

Gold Cup Youth

GOLD CUP PEE WEES

Mailen Bell 170-88, Tristan Kitsko 178-89, Kai Kitsko 76; Lydia Mills 150-84, Kara Gautney 76, Braelynn Castle 65

GOLD CUP BANT-PREPS

Kory Howard 372-154, Antwan McCoy 347-122, Brody Thompson 327-117; E'Myia Thomas 376-134, Payton McKinney 297-106, Haley Richmond 199

GOLD CUP JUNIORS

Jayden Smithberger 461-190, Andrew Mackey 458-157, Dawson Pedersen 366-146; Dana Hendley 439-169, Millie Babb 436, Harlee Briendolph 162

GOLD CUP SENIORS

Khyle Bentley 696-277, Jarred McCarley 559-205, Michael McCoy 537-223; Keeley Smith 498-173, Willow Handley 448-156, Andrea McCleese 399-175

MIDDLE GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL

Houston County: Austin Smith 213-543 : Keeley Smith 170-478

Northside: Jarred McCarley 689-268; Courtney Coxon 297, Cayla Jackson 123

Peach County: Alexander Simmons 522-222

Perry: Jeremy Gould 190-435

Veterans: Nicole Hilton 232-494

Warner Robins: Derek Watson 473-177; Rachel Bolt 383-141

Robins Lanes

AFRC

Jimmy Jean 718, Randy Helmick 674, Joe Miller 266; Cariren DesRocher 563-220, Patty Sveda 551-206, Carolyn Helmick 546-201

CHARITY LEAGUE

Stephen Lackey, Sr 678, Gene Lehman 674-277, Tony Colbert 658-255; Juli Sumner 479-176, Jennie Lackey 473-169, Maria Johnson 390; Austin Zuromski 498-193, Stephen Lackey III 494-189, Brandon Murphy 440-190

Robins Youth

ROBINS BANT-PREP

Jake Alfesio 356-126, Owen Murphy 126; Nina Pankoski 316-121

ROBINS JR-SR

Stephen Lackey III 650-236, Monty Moore 593-223, Austin Amaral 509-236; Catherine Martin 566-208, Leah Spears 558-201, Brittany Molargik 525-192

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