Oops he did it again! Gary Malone, 65, saw his second sanctioned 800 series, and he did it in style. The affable right-hander bowled 267-300-278 at Sparta Lanes in the Sparta Trios, where he bowls with Billy Day and Jim Beyel. He used a Storm IQ Pearl drilled by the Pro Image Pro Shop at Rockaway Lanes. This 845 bested his previous high of 802. He also had a 300 in July at Sparta. This is his 15th sanctioned perfect game.
Welcome to the new fall-winter bowling season! Did you know? The year 2018 marks the deadline for all bowling associations across the country to merge. County women’s President Susan Olivo told me there already is a committee in place that has been meeting to effect the transition as smoothly as possible.
This is that empty time for bowling news, after the summer leagues, and right before the fall-winter season starts. So I am going to do what my mentor, Chuck Pezzano, bowling historian, PBA co-founder, and former collegiate bowler for Rutgers University did in his columns called “Idle Bowling Thoughts.”First, you can tell that Tink Washer is a real bowling fanatic. He bowled on a cruise ship.
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