Western Electric Retirees Bowling League results

first_imgWeek 13High Game Karen Tansey – 146Judy Malia – 155 – 151Barbara Rec – 165 – 142John Vida – 157Linda Politowski – 141 – 132Clare Morrison – 160Rosemary McKnight -160Diane Mangan – 142Pete Krol – 147 -139Pat Sullivan – 134Week 14High GameLinda Politowski – 148 – 157Clare Morrison – 145 – 140Rosemary McKnight – 155 – 213Diane Mangan – 141 – 161 – 123Pete Krol – 147 – 141Nick Musica – 157Toni Roake – 153 – 123Linda Hoshall – 142 -129John Vida – 155High SeriesLinda Politowski – 430Clare Morrison – 410Rosemary McKnight – 515Diane Mangan – 425Week 15High GameBarbara Prokop – 123 – 156Linda Hoshall – 146 – 156Barbara Rec – 173 – 147John Vida – 171 – 161 – 200Linda Politowski – 134Clare Morrison – 136 – 126 – 124Rosemary McKnight – 158 – 163 – 171Toni Roake – 143 – 131Karen Tansey – 145Judy Malia – 142Pat Sullivan – 148Nick Musica – 180 – 159Diane Mangan – 124High SeriesJohn Vida – 532Rosemary McKnight – 492Nick Musica – 486Week 16High GameDiane Mangan – 135Pat Sullivan – 123Barbara Prokop – 123Barbara Rec – 152Linda Politowski – 135 – 160Clare Morrison – 145 – 132Rosemary McKnight – 157 – 168Toni Roake – 151 – 156Karen Tansey – 162 – 155 -148Julia Malia – 148 – 162High SeriesRosemary McKnight – 471Karen Tansey – 458last_img read more

Hesston Shaw

first_imgBOONE, Iowa – Hesston Shaw’s previous IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s career highlight was starting on the pole for the Sunoco Race Fuels Race of Champions in 2016. He raced his way up to fourth by lap seven and to third before a series of cautions near midway. Sooner State speedster Hesston Shaw made history when he qualified for the Stock Car main event at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s Thursday night. (IMCA Photo) Needless to say, the superlatives flowed following post-race tech.  “It was hard not to pay attention to the leader board,” said Shaw, who had tough customer Cayden Carter moving up from 16th starting behind him. “The longer the green flag runs were going, the better my car was.”center_img “I still can’t believe I did it. This is a huge deal,” said Shaw, who pretty much grew up at the track. “Making the show is a dream come true. I’ve got goose bumps just thinking about it.” Shaw, from Hennessey, became the first driver from Oklahoma to qualify for the Stock Car Big Dance when he ran third in his qualifying feature. The Longdale Speedway regular put the Baird Motorsports ride, a former Mike Nichols car purchased over the winter, in the show after starting eighth. He topped that and then some Thursday night.last_img read more