- November 7, 2002
A bowler shooting an award score has the option to upgrade the ring
to solid gold. If you shoot
multiple 300’s, you can have the ring upgraded to the multiple award
which has a little 2, 3, 4… etc. on the setting. I’ve never seen one
so I’ll be looking forward to checking his out when it comes in.
I’ll betcha if you ask Mike to show it to you, he’d happily
Our long time buddy, Bill “Geritol Bill” Botjer came within one
pin of having the second 300 for the week that same night.
Bill started with games of 244-212 before starting his run of
strikes. His final 299 game
gave him a very nice 755 series. You
would think that this kind of number would have led the league that night.
Nope… not even close. That honor went to Emilio “Little E”
Little E has been on fire this season. Beginning the evening’s festivities he had the highest
average in Henry County at 238. Pretty
darn good. The big lefty
cranker actually raised it Wednesday night with games of 258-280-246 for a
league leading 784 series. This
puts him at 240.8 after nine weeks of competition.
I wonder what it’s like to have to shoot 723 to keep your average
from going down.
Association Secretary Clare Valley is in the process of getting
entry blanks around for this year’s Henry County Bowling Assocation’s
Mens Handicap Tournament. Hamler
Lanes gets the Team event this year with River City Bowl-A-Way hosting the
Singles/Doubles event. Multiple
participation is encouraged in the Team event again this year which makes
for a great time, as always. The
cost is $18 per event with the All-Events being an additional $2.