Huling and Why Try Harder rule roost March 8

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OLDTOWN — Jeff Huling’s 232 earned high scratch game, and his 684 was good enough for high scratch series and high handicap series, at the loopers bowling league March 8. Nathan Rodriguez bowled a 237 high handicap game. Why Try Harder swept the team high score categories with a 739 high team scratch game, 863 high handicap game, 2117 high team scratch series, and 2489 high handicap series. Converted splits included: Pat Shields 2-4-7-10; Jordan Otero 2-7; Jim Loveridge 4-10; Tom Hoisington 5-7; and Arlo Hoisington 3-10.

Why Try Harder holds a slight lead in league standings at 325-263 with Club Rio just behind at 323-265. McCroskey Defense stands in third place at 299.5-288.5, followed by Woodwise 293-295, OK Lanes 259.5-328.5, and Here for the Beer 249-320.

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