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October 23, 2013

Crock gives Plaza Lanes first 300 game

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MEADVILLE — Thanksgiving tournament

Lost Lanes will host its annual Thanksgiving Scratch Classic on Nov. 23 and 24.

The six-game qualifying rounds will be held Nov. 23 at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and the top qualifiers will return on Nov. 24 for match-play competition.

To enter the the tourney,  call Lost Lanes at 398-2265.

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Some brotherly love this week ...

Cochranton Lanes — The Barnes’ brothers (Tyler and Andrew) were in a hotly contested battle in the Pioneer League. As mentioned, Tyler Barnes threw a 723. Andrew Barnes was right on his heels with 244 and 220 games for a 682.

Lakeside Lanes — The Parks’ brothers (Shawn and Ryan). They bowl in the NFL League and their scores were almost as identical as their looks — Shawn (688) and Ryan (664).

Lost Lanes — The Keener brothers. Jeff Keener fired a 627 and Jim Keener rolled a 601 in the Cambridge Merchants League.

Plaza Lanes — My brother in battle, Jim Lynn. My long-time bowling and softball teammate is one of the best all-time clutch performers in both sports.

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