Coffman, Sorensen and Taylor bowlers of week |

Coffman, Sorensen and Taylor bowlers of week

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (TDT) – Our top two men’s bowlers of the week are Larry Coffman and Dustin Sorensen. Coffman bowls in the seniors league on the Tuesday Afternoon Delights team and maintains a 173 average. Coffman exploded for his high game of the season toppling 277 pins out of a possible 300. Coffman will receive his 100 pins over his average award from the USBC. Coffman’s great game on the lanes earned him Shott’s Bowler of the week honors.

Sorensen bowls on the Napa Eloise Auto Parts team in the Guys & Dolls league and carries a 196 average. Sorensen recorded his first 700 series of his career with games of 214-277-230 enroute to a fabulous 721 series. Sorensen will receive his 700 series award from the USBC for this achievement. Sorensen’s great series earned him Shott’s men’s bowler of the week honors.

Our top women’s bowler of the week is Samantha Taylor. Taylor bowls in the His & Hers league on the We don’t give a splits team and holds a 195 average. Taylor recorded a great 227 game to lead all women bowlers. Taylor’s great game netted her Shott’s women’s bowler of the week honors.

Special recognition bowlers

Goerge Alm connected for the high game of the year with his awesome 289 game. Rico Pura recorded a 714 series with games of 214-222-267. Skylar Dewey rolled games of 256-219/662 series with only a 179 average, Andrew Gregorich scored a season high 742 series with games of 207-267-268. Beernice Attinger rolled her high Game of the season with a 197 game carrying a 131 average. Craig Kubal rolled a season high 673 series. Noah Sorensen is the junior special recognition bowler of the week. The junior bowled a 213, a personal best for himself, in fact it’s the first time he’s broken 200. He joins his dad Dustin as a bowler of the week.

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