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Saipan Stevedore/IT&E tops scratch game in Friday Bowling League

SAIPAN Stevedore/IT&E Friday Bowling League downed 988 pins to top the Friday Bowling League’s high scratch game at the Saipan Bowling Center last week.

With 933 pin falls, Pride & Glory took the runner up and the Primos completed the weekly league with a 931 to also bring home awards.

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Saipan Stevedore/IT&E also dominated the high scratch series eking out 2,756 pin falls with the Primos taking the runner with 2.707 and Pride & Glory, third with 2,647.

The Islanders had 1,127 pin falls to beat Saipan Stevedore/IT&E in the high handicap. Saipan Stevedore/IT&E had 1121 while Grimm Pappi settled for the third place with 1111 pin falls.

But Saipan Stevedore/IT&E ruled the high handicap series with 3,140 beating Whatever with 3,121 and J.E.T. Holdings with 3110.

Paul Pangelinan stood out in the individual high scratch game tallying 256 pin fall; Raul Dumapit had 247 for the second place in the men’s division.

In the women’s match, Maridel Camacho had 229 for the first place and Diana Camacho had 218.

Ray Cruz topped the individual handicap with 285 beating Paul Pangelinan with 273.

In the high handicap women, Maridel Camacho had 265 to beat Marie Candado who had 256.

Ramir De Leon prevailed in the individual high scratch series tallying 674 pin falls with Jon Hensley next with 632.

 Yho Villavicencio eked out 572 to lead Diana Camacho who had 568 in the women’s match.

Deleon also ruled the high handicap series in men with 731 and Mark Vasquez came second with a 726.

In the women’s high handicap series, Villavicencio had 677 and Diana Camacho came second with 658.

Rusty Musca had the highest average with 187.40 in men and Diana Camacho, 166.23 in women.

Deleon was named the most improved bowler with an increase of 12.45 in average among men, and Georgia Satoshi averaged 11.00 to be the most improved among women.