Three local bowlers have fired perfect 300 games this season at Sleeping Giant Lanes to date. Tom Sroczyk shot the first perfect game of the season, followed by Brady Kirkeby and Lucas Fradette.
A week prior to his 300, Kirkeby rolled an 805 series, which also sits atop SGL’s leader-board and is the fifth-highest series by an bowler scored locally. He now owns five 300 games and two 800 series for his career.
Since the league started in September, Kirkeby has amassed three games of 290-plus, with a 299 and 290, and 14 series of 700, including five over 770 – 805, 782, 782, 774 and 773. He leads the Big Sky League with a 236 average, and the Renegade League, averaging 233.
Rounding out the top 10 game scores are Eric Groth with a 298; Vince Saccheri, Lee Lunsford and Andy Jacobs at 290; Jim Kropp and Mike Hess at 289; and Jason Miller with a 287.
Next on the high series list are Sroczyk with a 787 and 781, and Saccheri at 777. Hess posted a 759.
On the women's side, Danielle Bolan and Tiffany Cox share the high game, both firing 266s. Katie Eslick has a 260, followed by Lacey Keech and Paige Collick, at 259 and 257, and Kimberly Bolan’s 254.
The top women's series belongs to Kimberly Bolan with a 714, which eclipses her mother Danielle’s 711 from last season. Next on this season’s list are Eslick at 675, and a 669 by Danielle. Jenny Chambers shot a 631.
In the Senior Men's league, Ron Briggeman sits atop the leaderboard with a 256 game, ahead of Jay Redfern at 255 and Bernie Briggeman’s 247. John Davis had a 243. Bernie owns the high series to date with a 668, followed by Redfern at 658.
Marlene Dupree is the only senior woman over the 200 mark, having rolled a 214 game. She also has the best series with a score of 536.