The Central 8 Traveling Classic opened its season at Jack’s House in Brainerd Sunday.
This is the 18th year of the league. It is a scratch league with no handicap. It has a 30-point per three games scoring system. Eight cities participate and meet once a month in each city and bowl two sets of three games against two other cities.
The next meeting is Oct. 21 at Crosby.
Sunday, the high team series went to McGregor with 3,247, Little Falls with 3,065 and Aitkin 3,047.
High team game was by McGregor with 1,106 and 1,082, Aitkin with 1,097 and Milaca 1,081.
High individual series was by Lonnie Warner of Little Falls with 804 and 694, Lee McWilliams of Aitkin with 706 and Daryl Toberman of Milaca 694.
High individual game was by Lonnie Warner of Little Falls with a 300. Justin Burman of Aitkin and Bill Floerchinger of Pine River bowled 267s and Lee McWilliams of Aitkin 266.
Brainerd 49-11, Little Falls 38-22, McGregor 37-23, Pine River 36-24, Wadena 30-30, Milaca 26.5-33.5, Aitkin 18.5-41.5, Crosby 5-55