This week we take a look at Westbrook Lanes’ Girls Nite Out league.

Nancy Steiner, the league secretary, says they have nine teams that compete for 34 weeks. The league is divided into two 17-week halves, with the winner of each half meeting in the finals. Westbrook Lanes has reserved their spot in the finals by winning the first half. Emilie Metcalfe, Michele Anderson, Lorrie Ware, Alexis Sliva and Dariane Sliva make up the Westbrook Lanes team.

Eight weeks into the second half, Bo’s West sits in first place with a 24.5-7.5 record. Nicole Jones, Samantha Kooyman, Crystal Riley, Janice Riley, Amanda Wallingford and Jan Macdonald make up the Bo’s West team.

Prior to league play on Feb. 23, Eternal Tattoo held both the high team game and series with a 753 and a 2,137.

Ashlee Lueders, Calan Reppert, Shawna Woosley, Tricia Christie, Amy Lara and Elisabeth Wielgus all bowl for the defending champs, Eternal Tattoo.

On the individual side of things, Reppert owns the high game and high series with a 258 and 647, respectively. Woosley has the high league average with a 183.

During league play, Westbrook Lanes had both the high team game and series for the evening with a 717 and 2,040. On the individual side, Chelsea Augustine turned in the top performance of the night. The 139-average bowler shot the high game of the night with a 235 (+96). She finished with a 561 series, which was 144 pins above her average. Anderson rolled the high series with a 574 (+97).

There were ten other bowlers that shot games of at least thirty pins above their averages -- Terri Ellingson’s 197 (+52), Janice Riley’s 191 (+48), Paige Sohl’s 210 (+47), Kendra Raitt’s 140 (+47), Ware’s 183 (+44), Joyce Sohl’s 170 (+43), Reppert’s 220 (+42), Alexis Sliva’s 198 (+33), Lynne Brooks’ 156 (+33), and finally, Woosley’s 213 (+30). Nice bowling to one and all.

Boulevard Lanes' Terry Henke picked Jake Lawrence, Diana Lippstreu and Larry Holmes as bowlers of the week. Lawrence took home the men’s honor with a 759 series on games of 256-236-267. Lippstreu earned the ladies' pick by rolling the high game for the week with a 245, as she finished with a 660 series. The senior bowler for the week was Holmes with a 533 series. Emily Hoefer had the high series for the women with a 675 on scores of 212-226-237. The men were led by Wyatt Elis with a 776 series and a 279 game, his other two game were a 268 and a 229.

Westbrook Lanes' John Eckholt named Scott Gottschall, Chelsea Augustine and Rich Braun as his bowlers of the week. Gottschall claimed the men’s selection with a 731 series. Augustine had the high game and series for the ladies with a 235 and a 561. Braun’s 214 game and 578 series earned him the senior pick. Eckholt led the men for the week with a 280 game and a 782 series.

Until next week, the W“in’AX has started at Boulevard Lanes.

Bowlers of the Week

Boulevard Lanes

Jake Lawrence 267 – 759

Diana Lippstreu 245 – 660

Larry Holmes xxx – 533

Westbrook Lanes

Scott Gottschall xxx – 731

Chelsea Augustine 235 – 561

Rich Braun 214 – 578

Chuck McCarthy is a local bowler whose columns are featured weekly in The Telegram during bowling season.