Wednesday Night Men’s Industrial
J.P.Goetz has moved into a tie with WaWa after the Goetz team swept
Dentmaster this week and WaWa took two games from Free Will Brewery.
Leading the Goetz boys were Joe Adam 234-268-267-769, Bob Heimbach 216-
256-268-740, Kevin Godshall 206-223-602, Brian Latshaw 202-567 and Larry
Mihalko 525.Scores for Dentmaster were Rich Kohler 203-279-225-707 and Matt
Ankele 653.WaWa scores were Chris Klingman 269-217-258-744, Glenn Link 254-
223-666, Justin Pint 246-603 and Martin Pint 504. Scoring for the Brewery were
Randy Southwick 278-245-243-766, George Wertz 219-247-201-667, Randy
Hughes 521 and Kirk Flint 505.The last match had DME Auto and Trucks take two
from Scooty’s. Steady bowling for DME came from Kevin Walton 279-248-222-
749, Gary Simmons 227-244-650, Tyler Moyer 224-214-628, Butch O’Donald 219-
613 and Don Shavor 202-549. Eric Schantz 266-226-230-722, Andy Hawkins 202-
259-212-673, Josh Peart 259-644 and Sean Andrew 215-558 where high for
Tuesday Businessmen League results;
We’re off and rolling again for the season with six four man teams, hurrah! The
season opener has a three way tie for first place and a three way tie for last
The Gutter Gang started out by taking three from the Strikers. Leading the way
for the Gutter Gang was Toby Cole with 178,239,235 for 652. Taking the loss for
the Strikers was Jeff Wied with 237,277,217 for a 731 series, nice effort Jeff.
The Turkey Hunters scored three over the Ball Busters. High for the Turkeys was
Vince Medeiros with 234,215,231 for 680 and Jayden fisher with 130,216,234 for
580. Getting their Balls Busted were Carl Tankred with 183,175,203 for 561 and
Jeff Tankred with 191,205,138 for a 534.
Also taking three points in the opener were the Pin Poppers over the Alley Cats.
High for the Poppers were Ron Rex with 173,243,194 for a 610 and Matt
Wanamaker with 219,180,187 for a 586. Leaving litter all over the lanes for the
Alley Cats was Turtle Huff III with 222,204,183 for a 609.
We are still in need of three bowlers, we roll Tuesday night at 9:00, please
contact the East Greenville Fire House if interested in joining the league
Wednesday NIGHT Men’s Industrial
Schantz starts season with perfection
It only took Eric Schantz two games to warm up and throw twelve strikes in a row
for his perfect game in the third game to start the season and carry Scooty’s to a
two game win Against Free Will Brewery. Scores for Scooty’s were Schantz 219-
300-715, Josh Peart 204-217-209-630, Scott Engle 244-206-625, John Hawkins
201-563 and Scott Peart 204-517. The Brewery was led by George Wertz 266-224-
659, Randy Southwick 208-233-224-655, Paul Stefano 215-596 and Kirk Flint
564.WaWa rolled over last year’s champs J.P.Goetz Collision for a sweep. Clearing
the pins for WaWa were Chris Klingman 228-208-238-674, Justin Pint 205-209-607
and Glenn Link 205-552. Scores for the Goetz boys were Bob Heimbach 204-236-
621, Brian Latshaw 562, Joe Adam 209-541, Kevin Godshall 541 and Larry Mihalko
530.The last match had Dentmaster take two from DME Auto and Trucks.
Pounding the pocket for the Dent boys were Rich Kohler 279-279-219-777 with
help from Pete Ruppert 221-591 and Matt Ankele 225-569.Scores for DME were
Kevin Walton 226-246-200-672, Gary Simmons 247-223-669, Don Shavor 225-
221-624 and Butch O’Donald 537.
Week 1 of the season finds Zuber Realty winning four points from Green Acre Automotive behind the bowling of Leonor Stover 224,226-598 Angie Rush 500 and Denise Bauman 410. Lori Stefano led Green Acres with 222-606 and Dayna Kramer added 423. TriValley Primary Care won four points from T & K Excavating with Tina Arnold rolling 439. Jay Lanes and J. P. Goetz Automotive split for two points each. Renee Talkington led Jay Lanes with 236,213-621 and Barb Boyer added 401. Bonnie Spengler led J. P. Goetz Automotive with 457, Peg Newman 443 and Judy Johnson 409. Standings are: Zuber Realty and TriValley Primary Care tied with 4 wins and 0 losses; Jay Lanes and J. P. Goetz Automotive tied with 2 wins and 2 losses; and Green Acres Automotive and T & K Excavating tied with 3 wins and 4 losses. High averages are: Renee Talkington 207, Lori Stefano 202 and Leonor Stover 199.
It’s been a long wait, but the EGFC pulled off it’s first Water Battle Championship since 1999!! Good work to the team of Deputy Chief Rob Shafer and Firefighters Mike Shepherd, Chuck Roth and Kyle Hacker.