No Pins Left Behind skyrockets in Lucky Ladies standings

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OLDTOWN — There’s a battle on for first place in the Lucky Ladies bowling league, and the new girls -- now named No Pins Left Behind -- have their goal in sight. After starting the season 3-5, the new team now stands in second place at 11-5 just behind the 12-4 Morning Glories. Country Lane holds the third position at 9-7, followed by the Golden Girls and Country Lane Sparklers at 6-10 each, and the Balls-y Broads at 4-4.

Sharon Smith bowled a league-best 201 high scratch game, 257 high scratch series, and 643 high handicap series at the Sept. 27 contest. Kim Rusho was tops with a 514 high scratch series, and also posted a league second-best 182 scratch game and 622 handicap series.

Converted splits included: Sharon Clark 6-7-10, Debbie Hilzer 5-10, Betty Balison 3-10, Gina Green 4-5, 3-10, Rusho 3-10, and Pat Shields 7-8.

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