Raleigh fires 801 award series in first week

Mike Raleigh kicked off the 2022-23 bowling season very strongly with games of 279, 255, and 267 in the PHL Early 4 Man league at Port Huron Lanes. The 801 series was Raleigh’s fourth time in the 800s in the Port Huron Bowling Association and 14th overall.

In that same session, Keith Crane bested his career high series by at least 70 pins while rolling a 799. Crane started great and got even better with games of 246, 266, and 287. The rest of the league was not so thrilled with the early-season lane conditions. While Raleigh and Crane were tearing up their respective and separate pair of lines, nobody else reached the 700s.

Kristin Winkler led the women with a very strong first week series of 640 that included a 247 game in the Don McIvor Memorial league. She would also pitch a 226 game in Friday Wanna Bees. Margy Christy posted the high game with a 263 on Wednesday Night at Colony Bowl. She finished with a 616 series. Heather Bombard tossed a 602 in Saturday Nite Bridge. Others quick out of the gate were Jackie Karl 599, Amanda Long 598, Tammy Forstner 585, Jill Friis 580, and Makayla Schroeder 570.

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