Loopers leaders remain wooden

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OLDTOWN ó Woodwise remains in first place after loopers league competition here Nov. 29. The teamís 171.5-122.5 record gave them a healthy lead over second-place Club Rio 155.5-138.5, which has 152.5-138.5 OK Lanes hot on their tails. Win/Lose We Booz 139.5-154.5, Why Try Harder 135-159, McCroskey Defense 132-146, and Pin Ups 89-47 round out the standings. Thomas White scored a 235 high scratch game, 268 high handicap game, and 717 high handicap series, while James Radan notched a 629 high scratch series. Win/Lose we Booz scored a 707 high team scratch game and 2027 high team scratch series. Why Try Harder mustered a 907 high team handicap game and 2564 high team handicap series. Converted splits included: Kyle Lovell 3-10, Arlo Hoisington 4-5-7, Pam Nichols 5-6, and Gene Brown 5-7-8.

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