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October 30, 2013

Youth bowlers are lighting up the lanes

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MEADVILLE — The Hammerin’ Hankses

The best husband-and-wife duo? Without a doubt, Harry and Natalie Hanks.

Harry Hanks flexed his superior skills in the Thursday Night Mixed League at Lost Lanes with games of 237, 266 and 238 for a 741.

Natalie Hanks rolled 635 and 623 in the Wednesday Night Ladies League and Found Lounge Mixed League, respectively.

Barnes blasts ’em

Tyler Barnes has thrown his name into 2013-14 Cochranton Crusher race.

The emerging right-hander was razor-sharp in the Pioneer League with games of 256, 266 and 223 for a 739.

Other noteworthy 700s: Dan Lilly (707 in the Cambridge Merchants League at Lost Lanes) and Jim Lynn (705 in the Twilight League at Plaza Lanes).

Grumling leads way

Shooting back-to-back 300 no-tap games, Doug Grumling led his team to the championship in the Team No-Tap Tournament at Plaza Lanes recently.

The foursome of Grumling (810), Jeff Hamilton (766), Tom Osborne (678) and Rick Kanline (646) shot a winning 3,212 handicap score.

Dan Gould (844), Alan Felmlee (808), Matt White (786) and Dan Francis (719) — four scratch bowlers — finished second with a 3,157.

The third-place team consisted of Jim Hunter (812), Jim Lynn (725), Mark Fried (662) and Phil Rice (622), which had a 3,100 series.

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