Pope, Rusho, Steiner roll high scores Jan. 31

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OLDTOWN — Appropriately enough for this time of year when the American Heart Association is conducting its Go Red for Women campaign, the high scorer at the ladies bowling league here Jan. 31 was Liz Pope. League secretary/treasurer Kim Rusho said that Pope’s stroke in October 2016 nearly ended her time on the lanes. However, Pope recovered and returned to the lanes, where last week she rolled her first 200+ game since her stroke. Pope’s 214 scratch game was tops in the league Jan. 31, as was her 268 high handicap game. Rusho earned a 510 high scratch series, while Jennie Steiner notched a 661 high handicap series. No Pins Left Behind leads the league at 52-32, followed by Country Lane 47-37, Morning Glories 42.5-41.5, Sparklers 42.5-41.5, Golden Girls 36.5-47.5, and Balls-y Broads 31.5-44.5. Converted splits included: Betty Balison 3-10 and Claudia McKinney 3-10.

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