Club Rio moves into first place in loopers league

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OLDTOWN -- Club Rio claimed the top spot in the Wednesday night loopers league here Sept. 27, posting a 55-50 record just above the 54.5-50.5 mark of rival team, Why Try Harder. McCroskey Defense and Win/Lose We Booz tied for third place with records of 52.5-52.5, followed by OK Lanes at 49-56 and Woodwise at 43.5-61.5.

Rex Yates had the week’s high scratch game with 215, and Jeremiah Andrews took the other individual top scores of the week with a 246 high handicap game, 567 high scratch series, and 678 high handicap series.

McCroskey Defense earned high team scratch game and high team scratch series honors with scores of 692 and 1995. Why Try Harder’s 867 high team handicap game and 2452 high team handicap series were tops for the week in those categories.

Converted splits included: Nan Overman 5-7, Arlo Hoisington 5-6-10, and Pam Nichols 5-10, 6-10.

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