Stacy earns top weekly series

May 6, 2017 at 4:36 p.m.

Abel Garcia, bowling columnist

Abel Garcia, bowling columnist   Abel Garcia for The Victoria Advocate

Mike Stacy is usually consistent in his delivery and last Wednesday night, he demonstrated that by taking the weekly high series honors again.

He bowled individual games of 233, 233 and 232 for a 698 total during Sugar & Spice League play.

Competing in the same league, T.J. Mooney posted the second highest set with a 258 high game contributing toward a 690.

Other bowlers who broke the 250-650 mark were Randy Vivero (276-680), Gary Hatter Jr. (278-665), Mike Wortham (659), Lindy Conner (658), Larry Hall (255-657), Pablo Delgado (654) and Abel Garcia (267-651).

Trudy Wortham also had a tremendous series to lead the women's scoring.

Competing in the Sugar & Spice League, she rolled individual games of 195, 218 and 236 to total 649.

Sharon Guinn also broke the 600 mark with a 219 high game helping toward a 611 series.

Plenty of summer leagues

With the local fall league season coming to an end within the next two weeks, it is time to see what summer leagues are available at the local center. Printed summer league schedules are available at the front desk of the Century Lanes or go to their new app.

One thing of interest is the free Youth Bowling Camp that will be available for youths ages eight through 18. There will be two-hour sessions for July 15 and July 22 with a registration deadline of July 1.

This an opportunity for young people to learn the game of bowling and start a youth league program again.

The Victoria USBC Association awards scholarships to qualifying youth to advance their education after high school.

Texas USBC Open

With five weekends to go in the Texas USBC Open, two local teams are still on the leaderboard's Top 10. Division 3 Randy's Raiders is fourth, Division 4 Strouds's Vending is fourth place doubles and Division 3 R. Lyman-A. Garcia is first.

For all the scores in the Texas Open, visit and click on 2017 current standings.

A reminder that the PBA League semifinals will be televised at noon Sunday on ESPN. Several Texas bowlers are on the four remaining teams' rosters.


SPRING SUNDAY STRIKERS 1ST JUST ROLLIN' Women: R. Wortham 451; Men: G. Hatter Jr. 278-665; W. Matous 234-621; M.Osterson 575; E. Smith 231-560; S. Kenney 558; OVER THE HILL 1ST JUST FRIENDS Women: B. J. Mathiews 206-499; J. Lambrecht 473; Men: A. Garcia 267-651; D. Marques 218-543; J. Cooley 531; T. Bennett 529; E. Stevens Jr. 522; J. Cavazos 224-519; G. Brooks 516; E. Lopez 502; A. Hempel 500; MONDAY MIXED League Champions, ALVA & THE CHIPMUNKS with members Pedro Alva, Tony Williams, Jacob Silgero, Dustin Rowe, and Joey Matson. Women: N. Schmidt 512; D. Kerr 500; Men: J. Talbott 2276-632; J. Cooper 226-630; R. Waterbury 621; S. Kocian 236-608; S. Dickinson 243-604; M. Redding 577; T. Williams 565; L. Hall 556; SUGAR & SPICE 1ST HANG DAT ASS Women: T. Wortham 236-649; S. Guinn 219-611; C. Speer 509; O. Jackson 506; Men: M. Stacy 233-698; T.J. Mooney 258-690; R. Vivero 276-680; M. Wortham 659; L. Conner 240-658; L. Hall 255-657; P. Delgado 243-654; K. Schupbach 238-620; J. Tweedle 237-613; T. Crowe 227-611; S. Zeplin 593; C. Aiken 571; SPRING NO-TAP 1ST SLAP HANDS Men: M. Shows 276-770; A. Whitehead 285-766; B. Redding 288-736.



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