The Satellite League from Boulevard gets the spotlight this week.
The Satellite League bowls on Tuesday at 6:30 with 12 teams made up of five members competing each week.
With nine weeks gone in the first half, Schreiber Bros. sit in first place with a 26-10 record. Tom Kozak, Greg Schreiber, Jeff Kohl, Dave Thomas, Jeff Nitz, Gary Goodrich and Timothy Mohrmann make up the Schreiber Bros. team.
At the start of league play on Oct. 23, Schreiber Bros. held the high team series with a 3150. The high team game is an 1157 and it belongs to the defending champions, Boulevard Lanes.
Ryan Lewis, Steve Hoffman, Bob Clifford, Justin Krzycki, Stephen Krzycki and Tom Loseke form the Boulevard Lanes team. On the individual side of things, Nitz owns all three of the honors with a 299 game, 757 series and 233 high average.
Following league play, Chico’s Bailbonds rolled both the high team game and series with a 1026 and 2945. Scott Borgman, Dan Determan, Willy Avila, Corey Sylvester and Darin Christensen bowled for Chico’s.
On the individual side, Craig Spohn tossed the high game with a 268. The high series was shot by Nitz with a 692.
Spohn and Borgman turned in the top performances for the evening. Both made the 50/100 club - at least 50 pins over game average and at least 100 over series average.
Spohn rolled 268 (+86) and a 672 (+126) while Borgman had a 236 (+50) and a 679 (+121). Corey Sylvester and Rich Winter just missed out on hitting the century mark. Sylvester had a 202 (+59) and a 516 (+87), while Winter shot a 201 (+55) and a 519 (+81).
There were four bowlers who rolled games that were at least 40 pins over average.
Ted Pocwierz was 70 pins over with a 246, Lewis was 49 pins above with a 233, Wayne Ballentine’s 247 was 48 pins to the positive and last, but not least, Rod Zarek’s 228 was 40 pins above. Nice bowling to one and all.
Westbrook highs for the previous week included John Eckholt rolling a 297 and Bryan Wachal shooting a 755 series for the men. Shayla Long tossed the top scores for the ladies with a 215 game and 586 series.
Boulevard top performances included for the men included Craig Spohn rolling a 268 game and Craig Whitmore shooting a 750 (256-228-266) series while women's highs were Emily Hoefer on a 235 game and 631 series.
Until next week, the Huskers and Buckeyes meet this Saturday morning at 11:00 am. Both bowling centers would love to host you and your friends.
Chuck McCarthy is a freelance writer for The Columbus Telegram. Check out his weekly "Kegler's Korner" feature every Thursday.