Last place Hi-Rollers dominate with high scores

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OLDTOWN — At the Thursday Niters league here Jan. 11, Charles Marsh swept the men’s high scores with a 210 high scratch game, 239 high handicap game, 577 high scratch series, and 664 high handicap series. Among the ladies, Sara Goss bowled a 194 high scratch game and 564 high scratch series. Erin Brown posted a 253 high handicap game and 676 high handicap series. The last-place Hi-Rollers scored a 678 high team scratch game, 858 high team handicap game, 1948 high team scratch series, and 2488 high team handicap series. Wilkinson Rentals holds first place at 46-26 followed by Area 51 at 38-34, Odds & Ends 35-37, Vacant Team 34-38, Plain Nasty’s 32-40, and Hi-Rollers 31-41. Converted splits included: Gary Wilkinson 5-6, Liz Pope 3-10.

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