FRIDAY, DEC. 14: The Bermuda Police Service Blue Lanterns used a 2335 series to defeat Spinners 4-0 in Commercial League bowling at Warwick Lanes. In a matchup of the league’s top two sides, Double Trouble prevailed 3-1 over Team Inferno.

Billy Glasford had the high scratch game with a 241. McQuinn Burch had a 232 while Matthew Taylor rolled a 225.

Sandra Ford had the high game for women with a 177, just one pin better than Shannon Rose and three more than Wendy Smith.

Rose had the high handicap series for the women.

Russ Ford had the high handicap series among the men with a 650. Burch was second with a 635 while Terence Minors and Dennis Joell both had a 614.

Scores: Bermuda Police Service Blue Lanterns 4, Spinners 0; Sunset 4, BTC 0; Double Trouble 3, Team Inferno 1; Super Stars 3, Sweet Life 1; Gard Do It Best 3, Colonial Braves 1; Strikers 2, Royal Gazette 2.

Standings: 1. Double Trouble 35.5-16.5; 2. Team Inferno 33-19; 3. Super Stars 31.5-205; 4. Sweet Life 31-20; 5. Strikers 29-23; 6. Bermuda Police Service Blue Lanterns 27.5-24.5; 7. Royal Gazette 26.5-25.5; 8. Gard Do It Best 25-27; 9. Colonial Braves 22-30; 10. Spinners 22-30; 11. Sunset 16-36; 12. BTC 13-39.

Barritt’s League

Pembroke Juniors continue to roll as they thrashed bottom club Young Bloods 28 to 2. The victory helped increase their league lead by eight games.

Christopher Leverock had a big night as he bowled a 239 game and 626 series.

Carlton Hayward (219) and Ty Williams (214) had the second and third high games while LeVince Samuels (581) and Vernon Daniels (565) had the second and third high series.

Scores: Haascobe 30, Bye 0; Team Rotisserie 10, PH Club 20; Pin Raiders 14.5, Sparks 15.5; Young Bloods 2, Pembroke Juniors 28.

Standings: 1. Pembroke Juniors 283.5-76.5; 2. PH Club 239.5-120.5; 3. Team Rotisserie 209.5-150.5; 4. Haascobe 205.5-154.5; 5. Pin Raiders 193.5-166.5; 6. Sparks 163.5-196.5; 7. Young Bloods 108-252.