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The White Falcon - 20.06.1980, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 20.06.1980, Blaðsíða 6
Page 6 The White Falcon June 20, 1980 SPORTS BEAT AFI-2 & NavCommSta are tied for lead With three weeks of the summer season left in intramural bowling, eight teams are in a hot contest for the top spot in the American League. Currently, AFI #2 and NavCommSta are tied for the lead, but six other teams are less than four games back, AFI held a six game advantage a month ago, but over the last three weeks has managed only one win a night. Going into this week's ac- tion they held a two game lead, but that evaporated when they dropped a 3-1 decision to Navy Broadcasting. Bruce Michaelson had a 574 series which included games of 205 and 213 while Jim Kearney had a 540, inclu- ding a 216 and 214, for AFI. Those sets were offset by Skip Groce's 547 and Ron Gulick's 211 and 542 along with NBS' handicap. While AFI was dropping three, CommSta was winning three from AIMD even though AIMD's Nick Nassar had a 200 and 533. The 960th AWACSS is in third, one game off the pace. They tripped Food Service for three in a marathon match that was marred by machine breakdowns. Phil Charron led AWACSS with a 225 and 515, Bill Jasper had a 511 and Mike Luce added a 210. Oscar Amoroso topped Food Service with a 510. AIMD is tied with NBS for fourth two games off the pace. The 57th FIS got back in the thick of things with a 4-0 win over VP-46 and now trail the leaders by two and a half. Food Service is a half game behind the 57th and IDF is a half game behind Food Service. In remaining action in the Ameri- can League, Norm Bemis had a 203 game as the Commissary took three from IDF. Dale Peters paced IDF with a 211 and 524. Ace Abram had a 549 set as Comptroller and NavFac split their match. In the North Atlantic League, CommSta NRK only split last week with the 960th AWACSS but still man- aged to move two games ahead. Doug Drewry rolled a 633 set to pace NRK. He had games of 225 and 216. Dan Smith followed with a 205 and 546 while Casey Casebolt's 519 and Ray Reynolds' 210 paced the 960th. NRK picked up the game when Air Ops #1 dropped three to the Pass Of- fice. W.C. York did the damage for PSD with a '1W and 549 and Mike Berry added a 201. In other" league action, Donn Sheldon had a 537 set, but it wasn't enough as his CFK team dropped three to Club Management. Larry Rose had a 504 to lead the 57th FIS #4 team to a 4-0 shutout win over Medical #2, AIMD #2 was a 3-1 winner over the Black Knights and Weapons won three from Air Ops #2 even though Ops' Joe Griffo had a 566 series. The Good Guys from the 57th FIS continued to pace the National Lea- gue as they shutout ComFairKef and now hold a three and a half game ad- vantage. Danny Bushong had a 510 in second place Medical's 3-1 decision over AFI. The Supply Chiefs, in third, kept pace by winning three from Den- tal behind Joe McGlynn's 203 and Dugan & Hancock take best ball Willa Dugan and Ron Hancock team- med to win the Best Ball tournament held last weekend by the Women's Bowling Association. They rolled a 659 series to beat out Millie Fahland and Patt Ponder who finished with a 654. The Pres- ley's, Anne and Cecil, grabbed the third spot with a 631 series. Dugan and Ponder changed partners to both finish in the money three times. Dugan and Dan Smith were fourth with a 618 while Ponder and Dugan had a 608 and Ponder and Sheryl Smith rounded out the winners with a 604. High game honors during the two- day event went to the Fahland-Ponder tandem with a 266. Bowl scotch doubles The Women's Bowling Association will be holding scotch doubles to- morrow and Sunday at the Arctic Lanes. Bowling times will be 5-10 p.m. tomorrow and 5-9 p.m. Sunday, Sign up at the bowling alley. 591, Lou Dixon's 539 and Bill Har- rell's 509. Rounding out the action, IsComlce was a 3-1 winner over the Navy Ex- change even though Alex Sison rolled a 554 for the losers. The 57th FIS #5 team, Supply #2, the CFK Chiefs and CommSta NRK #2 all split. Walt Myros had a 533 and Jim Barrineau a 202 and 531 for the 57th. Floyd Beatty paced CFK with a 209 and 521 and Steve Roselli had a 222 and 516 for NRK. In the International League, AFI and Specomm remained tied for the league lead as they both shutout their opponents. Art Kane had a 525 for AFI and they dropped NSGA #2 while Specomm blanked Grindavik behind George Letke's 535 and Herb Hare's 522. Third place Admin won three from NavFac with Andy Marrical rolling a 507 for the winners. Curtis Brodnax had a 206 and 535 for the 960th AWACSS as they blanked the Marines Det, 14 won four from Public Work: behind Dale Cook's 205 and 539 and NavFac #1 won three from NSGA #1.

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