Lincoln Lanes had some stellar games in league play over the past week. (Morning Star file photo)

Lincoln Lanes had some stellar games in league play over the past week. (Morning Star file photo)

Vernon bowlers of the week and other lane highlights

Weekly numbers, averages, high games and other pertinent stats from Vernon’s Lincoln Lanes

Here are the highlights from the week in bowling at Lincoln Lanes for Nov. 24-30:


For the ladies, it was Lorrie DeLeeuw, who bowls in the Monday 7 p.m. League. She bowled a 503 triple to go 97 over her 137 average.

For the men, it was Devon Arsenault, who bowls in the Monday 7 p.m. League, and Jason Kazimer, who bowls in the Sunday 7 p.m. League. Both bowled a 572 triple to go 110 over his 154 average.


For the ladies, it was Betty Hubbard, who bowls in the Tuesday p.m. League. She bowled a 592 triple to go 127 over her 155 average.

For the men, it was William Marchand, who bowls in the Friday p.m. League. He bowled a 922 triple to go 220 over his 2141 average.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS (POA = Pins Over Average):

Guy Heer 100 POA; Allen Burn 334, 815; John Orton, 324, 802; Trevor Rachwalski 326; Peter Batula 350, 100 POA; Kelsy Kusch 312; Bailey Lawson 808; Elsa Berg 100 POA; William Marchand 370, 922, 100 POA.


ADULT: Brittany Meyer 250; Wayne Schultz 273;

CLUB 55: Shirley Little 205; Mark Schmidt 244;


PEEWEE: Kayla Hall 110; Emmitt Useda 110;

BANTAM: Delilaih Andrews 112; Ben Hilderman 111;

JUNIOR: Charleigh Lemay 185; Odin Bruchall 175;

SENIOR: Erika Kivi 216; Liam Arnold 228.

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