Another 300 for Zuidema familyBy FRANK PASTOR
© St. Petersburg Times
published April 28, 2002
John Zuidema Jr. bowled his second career 300 game April 19 at Spring Hill Lanes, leaving him one behind his son, John III.
Zuidema Jr. had games of 300, 227 and 180 for a 707 scratch series in the T.G.I.F. League.
Earlier in the week, Frank Supitkowsky and Troy Lamou reux each rolled 299.
Lamoureux came within one pin of a perfect game April 12 in the Friday Prime Time League. He added games of 205 and 229 for a 733 series.
Supitkowsky matched Lamoureux's 299 April 17 in Kevin's Pro Shop League. He finished with a 694 scratch series.
SPRING HILL HIGHS: High games and series last week at Spring Hill Lanes.
John Wehrenberg (279 game) and Gary Gibbs (720 series), Monday Night Men.
Norma Gariepy (217 game) and Jan Bonczek (592 series), Monday Night Ladies.
Mike Nanfra (222 game) and Carl McGibbon (576 series), Knights of Columbus No. 11317.
Bill Bennette (268, 701), Lori Merwin (225 game) and Lysa Poe (633 series), Joni Match Point.
Dom Moreno (225 game) and Ralph Schonde (631 series), Knights of Columbus District No. 22.
Vince Federico (268 game) and Ray Viveiros (697 series), SunTrust.
Jim Hoppe (268, 693), Wednesday Night Mixers.
Supitkowsky (299 game) and Sonny Van Ochten (720 series), Kevin's Pro Shop.
Jimmy Robinson (248, 662), Laura Barbaro (246 game) and Kristina Clark (589 series), S&W Thursday Night Mixed.
Zuidema Jr. (300, 707), Dana Cottrell (215 game) and Diane Varner (528 series), T.G.I.F.
Larry Thibert (278, 776), Friday Senior Men.
John Brabham (254, 662), Mickey Bolen (209 game) and Tammy Beardsley (554 series), Sunday Night Mixed.
Rich Junkas (246, 617), Friday Nite Cruisers.
Ron Ruppe (253, 662), Sherri Croson (225 game) and Helen Parsolano (560 series), Friday Prime Time Mixed.
UPCOMING: The Rotary Club of Spring Hill Central Charities and the Dawn Center will have their first annual Bowling Benefit on May 5, 2-5 p.m., at Mariner Lanes. The cost is $200 per team.
Prizes include dinner theater at The Show Palace, all-day passes to Weeki Wachee Buccaneer Bay, restaurant certificates, canoe trips, and gift certificates. Trophies will be awarded to the first-, second- and last-place teams.
The event will benefit Rotary Charities and countywide service programs, as well the Dawn Center Services to abused women and children and victims of rape.
For information, call Bill Newell, (352) 683-0420.
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