Lionel Lewis Jr. had his second 800 triple at Prime Time Bowl, firing games of 277, 257 and 279 to produce an 813 triple. A 231 fourth game gave him a 1044 set to raise his average to a Hamilton Tenpin Association high of 237.
Last season he rolled an 836, the third highest in the association’s history behind an 852 by Bill
Rowe and an 838 by Richard Parker.
Coming up three pins short of perfection at Prime Time was Darren Melmar as he tripped a 297 game. Other super singles at the 32-lane house were Russell Ross (279), Marc Worotny (278 with a 146 average), Kevin Picott (270 for a 730 triple), Jeff Lofft (267 for a 717 triple), Jay Lucas (266), Jeff Dalton and Peter Zell (256s), Rick Dalton and David Cardy (255s), and Ray Gordon (251).
At Hamilton Mountain Bowl, Mick Anderer left two pins for a 298 game and 754 (276,180,298) triple. Steve Smith tallied a 277 and Aaron Bouchard 268.
At Skyway Lanes, John Katz started with 10 strikes for a 288 game and 752 (248,288,216) triple. Sean Bailey smashed a 727 with a 257 single while Steve Cowie totalled 690 with a 251 single. Sherry Sturtevant, with a 136 average, finished with seven strikes for a 236 game. Kyle Marquette left up the 5-7-10 split twice in five frames.