Swinton (756), Williams (741) Star In Week 4 Action
Fire And Ice Still Lead; Boykin, Butler Shoot Mid-600s
South Glens Falls - Wyman Swinton began his Forever Young Thursday afternoon by leaving a 6-10. He converted that spare, then hammered 16 consecutive strikes before being stopped by a 7-pin. Another four-bagger produced 290-265. A final game of 201 brought his total to 756 - second-highest series in league history. His Leftover duo swept Pribis with the aid of Carol Finkle's finishing 202 sparkler.
A pair of lanes to the south, the guy who previously held that second-best set mark was putting together an excellent series of his own. Don Williams led the Tomahawks to a 3-1 win against the Galway Guys with 741 on games of 247, 237 and 257. Chuck Boykin prevented the sweep with 179-248-221 (648) for the losers.
Fire And Ice's stud anchor Floyd Butler threw another gem with 644 on games of 184, 215 and 245 as the league-leaders swept the Twisted Sisters under the FY rug.
Fire And Ice stay on top of the standings at 13-3 with Long-Short at 12-4 and the Tomahawks 11-5 after four sessions.