Clausen, Rusho lead lady bowlers

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OLDTOWN — No Pins Left Behind now has a record of 45-27 and stands atop the ladies bowling league here. Second-place team Country Lane is ready to pounce with a 44-28 record of their own. Sparklers hold third place at 36.5-35.5, followed by Morning Glories 35.5-36.5, Golden Girls 28.5-43.5, and Balls-y Broads 26.5-37.5. Kim Rusho notched high scratch game honors with a 196, and also earned a 549 high scratch series. Roberta Clausen bowled a 254 high handicap game and 677 high handicap series. Rusho said Clausen’s average is 101 and she rolled a 165 Jan. 10. Converted splits included: Sharon Clark 3-10, Cindy Klein 4-9, Liz Pope 3-7-10, 5-7.

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