Schneck rolls 800 series at Durand
By The Argus-Press
Tuesday, April 12, 2005 1:13 PM EDT
DURAND - Brian Schneck made history in Durand last Thursday night.
The 19-year-old resident of Durand became the first bowler to ever roll an 800 series in the 50-year history of Durand Lanes.
Schneck delivered an 801 series with games of 300, 233 and 268 in the Thursday Mixed League.
The 2004 Durand High School graduate rolled his 801 series on lanes No. 9 and 10.
He eclipsed the former house series record of 770 established by Steve Burnison in 1990.
Schneck said his previous high series was 714. He bowls in the Monday Night House League, the 3-Man Railroad League and the Tuesday Night Simplicity League.
Schneck's step-dad, Greg Warren, and mother, Denise Warren, are the owners of Durand Lanes.
Jerry and Margaret Warren opened the bowling alley in 1955. It burned down in 1966 but was rebuilt in 1967.
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