Like almost all small businesses, Super Bowl has been hit hard by COVID-19 and all the restrictions.
“Open” bowling has been curtailed but the establishment has managed to accommodate three separate leagues. Monday night has a men’s league, Tuesday morning has a ladies’ league and Thursday night has a mixed league.
Special considerations are in place in all three for the protection of the bowlers but so far things have gone relatively smoothly. In the Monday night league, Griffey’s HVAC holds a three-point lead over the Pinheads with only a seven-point spread from first place to last.
Morgan Archer rolled a 568 series this past Monday for weekly honors. Barry Williams fired a 558 and Todd Faulkner rolled a 552. This past Tuesday in the Ladies Morning League, Phyllis Short shot 519 to lead the ladies with Dollie O’Leary firing a 485. Vicky Swenney rolled a 475 for the league’s top performances.
Team standings have Swenney’s Small Engine Repairs clinging to a one-point lead over the “Fab 3” and a 3 ½ point lead over the Sassy Sixties. Thursday night’s Mixed League has Kelly’s Mane Image holding a slim lead over Sunset Images and The River Rats.
Once again there is only a nine-point difference between first and last place. For the week the ladies were led by Vicky Swenney with a 447, Dollie O’Leary with 446 and Vanita Corzine with a 445. On the men’s side, Cody Shelton fired a 643 anchored by a near perfect 280, Clyde Shafer rolled a 541 and Galen Shelton shot 508.