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May 16, 2008

Friske Sets Singles Bowling Pace

Filed under: General News — gerry @ 6:33 pm

bowling 084.jpgClaude Fiske (left) celebrates his gold medal with Bowling Coordinator Marilyn Hainey. (click photo to enlarge)

Claude Fiske, soon to celebrate his 90th birthday, rolled his way to a gold medal in the 85-90 age bracket of the NW La. District Senior Olympics singles bowling tournament at All Star Lanes May 16. 

 Friske, originally from Saganaw, MI, posted a 466 series to outdistance Wes Rance (432) for the top medal in the age bracket. The winner’s series was 133-146-153.

High women’s series came from Teri Ringey (507) in the 55-59 division. Her games were 156-204-147, with the 204 the best distaff single game effort of the day.

Curtis Drayden’s 649 in the men’s 60-64 was the best series of the day. He opened with a 232 and followed with games of 195 and 222. The 232 was high game, two better Bill Free’s top effort in the same age bracket.

The 1-2-3 finishers qualify for the LSOG meet in Baton Rouge in October as do bowlers who reached pre-determined levels in their age bracket.

Results
(G=gold, S=silver, B=bronze and Q=qualified)
Female
55-59   Teri Ringey 507 G; Marlyn Salad 475 S; Kay Free 426 S. Ann Barber 379, Joyce Freeman 343.60-64   Lois Adger 486 G; Linda McCollum 477 S; Ezell Barber 463 B; Willie Joyner 453 Q; Shirley Rupert 447; Geneva Strain 427; Geneva Markray 404; Betty Short 403; Jeri Price 401; Susan Berry 385.

65-69   Kay Staples 500 G; Lillian Irving 466 S; Shelby Kautz 434 B; Margie Floyd 411; Minnette McElhannon 409.

70-74   Juanita Tucker 462 G; Lajuana Shirley 441 S; JoAnne Cobb 430 B; Carole Neely 435Q; Jean White 408 Q; Marylyn Ballard 403 Q; Marilyn Lytle 396; Red Fletcher 375; Shirley Wood 330.

75-79   Jimmie Moreland 440 G; Gwen Jordan 427 S; Connie Bogues 425 B; Teresa Howard 385; Betty Krause 373Q; Hazel DeLude 368 Q;  Annie Ardis 322.

80-89   Betty Hustead 444 G; Frances Hutton 411 S; Marie Powell 383 B; Myrtle Davis 349 Q; Miriam Hollenshead 289.

Male

50-54   Barry Brasfield 517 G; Randy White 465 S.

55-59   Fudge Fulgham 592 G; Don McGhee 486 S.

60-64   Curtis Drayden 649 G; John Webb 614 S; Bob McCollum 612 B; Bill Free 603 Q;

Harry Strain 479; Rodney Dixon 379; Terry Byrnes 320.

65-69   Mike Berry 583 G; Don Preuett 558 S; Roy Harris 535 S; Larry Ringey 534 Q;  Wayne Gates 509 Q; Harold Miles 502 Q; Don Lynch 480 Q.

70-74   Everett Fuller 504 G; Jim Draper 487 S; Gary Price 468 S; Bill Johnson 441; Harry Simmons 349.

75-79   Ken Ramey 522 G; Frank Adger 478 S; Austin Knox 473 B; Erv Duncan 470 Q; John Grimsley 418 Q.

80-84   Dick Hainey 499 G; Martin Nutt 438 S; Danny Grant 363 B; Ken Howard 267.

85-90   Claude Friske 466 G; Wes Rance 432 S; Howard Robertson 399 B.

 

 

 

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