Bowlers show compassion

News Mar 03, 2011 Flamborough Review

The Tuesday night Men’s Industrial League showed its compassionate side recently when KY Apache showed up wearing women’s jeans. It didn’t even matter when his pants split in the second game and John Parsons beat KY’s score by 10 points – you could feel the love at Waterdown Lanes.

Bill Crooker landed the $150 pot and Laggy Balls continued to dominate the standings with 75 points, followed by the Legion of Doom II and Aches and Pains, which both have 71 points. Roy Vanderwal took the night’s high single with a whooping 357 (Marshall Hanigan came in second with a 297).

Like a true bowler, Smitty came out – despite rolling his truck the weekend before.-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge

Bowlers show compassion

News Mar 03, 2011 Flamborough Review

The Tuesday night Men’s Industrial League showed its compassionate side recently when KY Apache showed up wearing women’s jeans. It didn’t even matter when his pants split in the second game and John Parsons beat KY’s score by 10 points – you could feel the love at Waterdown Lanes.

Bill Crooker landed the $150 pot and Laggy Balls continued to dominate the standings with 75 points, followed by the Legion of Doom II and Aches and Pains, which both have 71 points. Roy Vanderwal took the night’s high single with a whooping 357 (Marshall Hanigan came in second with a 297).

Like a true bowler, Smitty came out – despite rolling his truck the weekend before.-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge

Bowlers show compassion

News Mar 03, 2011 Flamborough Review

The Tuesday night Men’s Industrial League showed its compassionate side recently when KY Apache showed up wearing women’s jeans. It didn’t even matter when his pants split in the second game and John Parsons beat KY’s score by 10 points – you could feel the love at Waterdown Lanes.

Bill Crooker landed the $150 pot and Laggy Balls continued to dominate the standings with 75 points, followed by the Legion of Doom II and Aches and Pains, which both have 71 points. Roy Vanderwal took the night’s high single with a whooping 357 (Marshall Hanigan came in second with a 297).

Like a true bowler, Smitty came out – despite rolling his truck the weekend before.-Submitted by Nathan Tidridge