Ladies bowl up a storm at OK Lanes

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OLDTOWN — The Lucky Ladies continued their fun-loving ways with a morning of bowling at OK Lanes here March 8. Their league leaders, Morning Glories, improved to 69-31 followed by Country Lane 62-38, Country Lane Sparklers 57-43, Golden Girls 50-50, State Line Girls 37-63, and Ballsy Broads 22-30.

Claudia McKinney bowled a 211 high scratch game and 251 high handicap game, while Kim Rusho netted a 511 high scratch series and 607 high handicap series. Converted splits included: Judy Gregonis 5-7, Rusho 3-9-10, Carol Becks 5-10, and McKinney 3-10.

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