Competition atop loopers bowling league tightens

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OLDTOWN — Woodwise and OK Lanes are neck-and-neck following loopers bowling league action here Jan. 24. The 255-207 Woodwise team has a razor-thin advantage over 254.5-204 OK Lanes. McCroskey Defense follows in third at 236-210 with Club Rio 228.5-230.5, Why Try Harder 227.5-234.5, Pin Ups 215.5-120.5, and Win/Lose We Booz 207-251 trailing behind. Gene Brown scored a 221 high scratch game and 250 high handicap game, while Wes Griffin notched a 554 high scratch series and Floyd Degele rolled a 263 high handicap series. McCroskey Defense picked up all the team high scores with a 758 high team scratch game, 879 high team handicap game, 2092 high team scratch series, and 2455 high team handicap series.

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