Jim Radan high scorer at OK Lanes April 5

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OLDTOWN — With the season winding down, Club Rio has a firm grip on first place in the Wednesday evening loopers bowling league here. They improved their record to 374-298 April 5. In second place Why Try Harder ranks at 352-320, followed by Woodwise 341-331, McCroskey Defense 328.5-343.5, OK Lanes 319.5-352.5, Here for the Beer 286-367.

Jim Radan captured high score honors with a 233 high scratch game, 257 high handicap game, 630 high scratch series and 702 high handicap series.

Here for the Beer had the high team handicap game with an 871, and high team handicap series with a 2499. Club Rio had a 775 high team scratch game and 2169 high team scratch series. Kim Rusho had the lone converted split with a 3-10.

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