Oakwood Bowl Honor Scores
Men’s 600-700 Series -- Tully Groom 745; Richard Williams 687; Rex Maluy 679; Kyle Miller 658; Ron Manning 656; Travis Hudson 644; Scott Olson 635; Jim Tate 634; Melton Lister 626; Jay Young 624; Jack Comstock 621; O. Kent Scott 620; Jim Gallaugher 618; Keith Brown 617; Marcus Rose 611; Tanner Settlemires 609; A.J. Johnson 609; Rick Boggs 604; Scott Shryock 604;
Men’s 220 Games -- Jim Tate 277; Tully Groom 266, 255, 224; Dusty Metcalf 266, 221; Rex Maluy 265; Ron Manning 262; Jay Young 256, 230; Kyle Miller 247; Scott Blodgett 245; Richard Williams 242, 230, 223, 222; Marcus Rose 238; Doug Carpenter 236; Rick Boggs 235; Jack Comstock 235; Scott Shryock 234; Jack Hurley 232; Scott Olson 231; J.J. Wade 226; J.R. Hodges 225; O.Kent Scott 224; Kevin Metcalf 224; Colby Johnson 223; James Pendergraft 223; Tanner Settlemires 222; Keith Brown 222;
Women’s 500-600 Series -- Amanda Fishback 616, 524; Amanda Gallaugher 579, 515; Sandy Tate 587; Jenifer Luper 576; Erma Williams 540; Debbra Stevens 505; Patricia Williams 503; Kerri Bowling 503;
Women’s 200 Games -- Amanda Fishback 225, 200; Amanda Gallaugher 219, 204; Erma Williams 212; Jenifer Luper 212; Sandy Tate 206;
Jr/Majors 500 Series -- Garrett Gaster 546; Jhett Broomfield 544;
Jr/Majors 175 Games -- Jhett Broomfield 212; Garrett Gaster 203; Rylee Hack 177;
Bantam/Prep 300 Series -- Devin Ornelas 343; Cameron Leierer 314; Morgan Peeper 300;
Bantam/Prep 100 Games -- Devin Ornelas 149, 129; Cameron Leierer 127; Morgan Peeper 125; Ashley Hedges 105;
Oakwood Bowl Honor Scores
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