Monday Men (March 26)

Highs: Jeff Grewll, 244-228-220-692; Leman C lark, 677; and Chris Bryant, 617.

Standings: Nct Woodcrafters, 33; Brandon Farms, 32; Craigo's Station, 32; Cy Young Lanes, 23; KL Welch and Sons, 22;a nd M&T Trucking, 20.

Monday Bowlerettes (March 26)

High: Marci Smith, 207-224-195-626.

Standings: Fausnight Hauling, 38.5; KL Welch and Sons, 37; Triplett Roofing, 35.5; Cameo Beauty Salon, 32; Muffin Tops, 25; Vince Grewell Remodeling and Century 21, 20; and Bye, 0.

Strikes and Spares Mixed (March 28)

Women's Highs: Kristy Landis, 180-217-220-617; Beth Vanfossen, 575; and Marci Smith, 529.

Men's Highs: Kevin Kittell, 266-255-197-718; Mike Mayo, 685; and Bretty Septer, 673.

End of second half results: Dick's Place and Auto Zone, 38.5; S&R Auto, 31.5; Haver Supply Co., 29.5; Forest Hill Septic, 27; Terry's Pizza, 26; Havers Homeless, 25; and Git-R-Done, 24.

Gutter Dusters (March 29)

Women's High: Thelma McCoun, 519.

Final second half results: T-F-E, 41.5; Holy Rollers, 37; Tastee Apple Co., 34.5; Gump's Excavating, 33; Aleris, 29; and Bye, 0.

Monday Bowlerettes (April 2)

Highs: Marci Smith, 535; and Missie Carney, 504.

Standings: Fausnight Hauling, 40.5; Triplett Roofing, 39.5; KL Welch and Sons, 39; Cameo Beauty, 35; Muffin Tops, 26; Century 21, 23; Vince Grewell, Remodeling, 21; and Bye, 0.

Monday Men (April 2)

Highs: Todd Garber, 686; and Kyle Bourne is best series ever with 221-255-197-673.

Standings: Brandon Farms and Nct Woodcrafters, 35; Craigo's Station, 33; KL Welch and Sons, 30; M&T Trucking, 25; and Cy Young Lanes, 22.

Three game roll off after the league to break tie results were Brandon Farms. They were second half champs.

Tuesday Early Bird League (April 3)

The following are the results from the four roll-off games between SOS and Out of Towners:

SOS: Chris Emig, 256-961; John Kissel, 215-790; Rick Hutchison, 231-821; Ron Mathews, 220-792; and Steve Lewis, 268-939. The total pins were 4,303.

Out of Towners: Ed Hamersley, 234-854; Jeremy Wheeler, 248-764; Joe Hamersley, 257-898; Mike Hamersley, 300-942; and

Tyler Yerian, 282-799. The total pins were 4,257.