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, 2018-12-31 10:22:30
As a driver for his hometown Domino’s Pizza, Batavian Gary MacDonald has made plenty of on-time, accurate deliveries.
He also is doing the same as a league bowler at Mancuso Bowling Center in Batavia and Rose Garden Bowl in Bergen as indicated by his big scores last week.
MacDonald, a 36-year-old right-hander, recorded his first United States Bowling Congress-certified 800 series in the Wednesday Night Misfits League at Mancuso’s, posting games of 299-229-279, and followed that up the next evening with a 699 series in the Thursday Owls League at Rose Garden Bowl.
Using a Roto-Grip Haywire ball he bought three years ago from pro shop owner Brian Green, MacDonald strung 11 strikes in the opener before leaving a solid 10-pin, came back with eight strikes in the 229 and added 11 more in the third game — striking out in the 10th for the 807. A 9-pin on a high hit in the third frame was his only errant shot in the last game.
“I wasn’t nervous at all and I wasn’t keeping an eye on the score,” said MacDonald, who rolled his only certified 300 game in December 2015 in Bergen. “I’m just having fun bowling in the two leagues.”
The big series raised his average to 206 at Mancuso’s.
For more high scores during an abbreviated Christmas week of league bowling, click on the Pin Points tab at the top of this page.
Happy New Year!
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