Operating under the name Star Team, the foursome of Donetta and Steve Adams and Kathleen and Charlie McCoy posted the high score of the day in the Team Bowling competition at Holiday Lanes that brought down the curtain on the 2015 Northwest Louisiana District Senior Olympics.
Star Frame had a pinfall of 2,225, a figure 175 pins better than their 55-59 age group runner-up X-Treme, a foursome of Joann Smith, Gayle Pearce, Don McGhee and Jeff Wilcox.
In winning the gold medal in the 60-64 age bracket, Just For Fun (Cathie Ethridge, Richard Rice, Lajuana Shirley and Robert Washington) posted a 2,137 for the second best score of the day.
Salt and Pepper (Curt Drayden, Minnette McElhannon, Clarence Greene and Kay Staples) won the 65-69 age bracket and The Hopefuls (Mary and Gary Price, Diane and Ray Smith) won the 70-and above gold.
Steve Adams paced the Star Frame team with a 225-226-218–669 series, best of the day. Charlie McCoy had a 637 series.
Larry Hadwin’s 235 for Just for Fun was the high game of the day. Other top games were by Charlie McCoy (234 and 225)
AGES 55-59: Star Frame (Donetta and Steve Adams, Kathleen and Charlie McCoy) 2,225 Gold. X-Treme Team (Jeff Wilcox, Joann Smith, Gayle Pearce, Don McGhee) 2050 Silver. Whatever (Sammie Cox, Marianne Hopkins, Wayne Mayo, Rene White) 1640 Bronze. 60-64: Just For Fun (Paula and Larry Hadwin, Notra Odoms and Fred Walters) 2,134 Gold. Has Beens (Cathie Ethridge, Richard Rice, Lajuana Shirley and Robert Washington) 1,771 Silver. Pin Busters (Lily Fridenberg, Mary Foisy, George Patton, J.R. Morse) 1,725 Bronze. 65-69: Salt & Pepper (Minnette McElhannon, Kay Staples, Clarence Greene, Curt Drayden) 2,051 Gold. Soap Opera Girls (Ezell Barber, Glenda Kenes, Betty Ellison, Mary Parsons) 1,502 (Silver). 70-80-plus: The Hopefuls (Gary and Mary Price, Ray and Diane Smith) 1,820 Gold. Oldies But Goodies (Gwen Jordan, Betty Hustead, Dick Hainey, Jim Draper) 1,806 Silver.