Allen Nall rolled another 300 game, the ninth in the season across city leagues. He became the first bowler to throw more than one perfect game. Nall bowled in the Wagner’s Big 8 Plus league.
Rick Mangin had a huge night in the Wagner’s Tuesday Leftovers league. He rolled a season-best 297 game, which put him on the leaderboard for the first time.
In that same league, Dave Whitman moved onto the leaderboard by rolling a 791 series.
Elsewhere, Angie Fischer was 127 pins above average with a 607 series, her first one over 600. Darlene Cater was 120 pins above average with a 711 series. Both of those performances took place in the Bowl Winkle’s Ladies Classic league.
In the Bowl Winkle’s Monday Mixed Church league, Jim Sorenson, Erik Thompson, Vern Mueller and Erik Thompson were all at least 65 pins over their respective averages.
The Chippewa Falls City tournament also took place, which attracted more than 31 teams in a three-day span at the Ojibwa Golf & Bowl and the Falls Bowl.
Joe Altman had the highest scratch game of that tournament with a 288 as well as the highest series with a 740.
The high average for the tournament was 224 based on nine games or more by Jody Janish and Todd Van Sleet.