Brunning, Otomo, Taylor are bowlers of the week
Our top two men’s bowlers of the week are Sonney Brunning and Tom Otomo. Brunning bowls in the His and Hers league on the Cassidy Coatings team and maintains a 166 average. Brunning connected for his high-series of the year with games of 256 and 219 en route to his first 601 series. Brunning will receive his 600 series award from the USBC. The following week Brunning rolled his high game of the season with a fine 257 game.
Otomo bowls on the Focus team in the His and Hers league and carries a 191 average. Otomo unleashed games of 269-230-233 en route to his high series of the year toppling 732 pins. Otomo will receive his 700 series award from the USBC. Both Brunning and Otomo were selected as Shott’s men’s bowlers of the week.
Our top women’s bowler of the week is Samantha Taylor. Taylor bowls on the We Don’t Give A Splits team in the His and Hers league and holds a 205 average. Taylor rolled games of 220-216-234 en route to her high series of the year knocking down 670 pins. Taylor remarkably rolled her very first 300 game at the Gold Dust bowling center. Taylor will receive her 300 ring from the USBC for her great game. Taylor’s great series netted her Shott’s women’s bowler of the week honors.
Andy Pogorzelski rolled a 625 series in the His and Hers league. George Alm connected for an outstanding 722 series in the His and Hers. Eli Butcha rolled a season high 227 game with only a 153 average. Aaron Newell posted a season high 210 game with only a 142 average. Tedd Stahl rolled a season-high 263 game in the His and Hers league.
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