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Posted: Thursday, March 18, 2010

Pictured left to right: Jeff Jones who bowled two perfect games on consecutive nights, Kyle Lanz who bowled the first perfect game of his life, and Charlie Lewis whose 817 series set a new high series record for the Juneau Bowling Center.

Barry Stuart / For The Juneau Empire
Barry Stuart / For The Juneau Empire

The Tuesday Night Men's Bowling League witnessed what is believed to be a first for the City of Juneau - two perfect 300 games being bowled on the same night of league competition.

Jeff Jones bowled 12 straight strikes in his third game for a perfect score, his fifth of the year. Charlie Lewis matched Jones' feat with a perfect game, his lifetime fourth, as the last bowler in the league competition. Lewis, the league's final bowler, scored another solid pocket hit for the second perfect game within a matter of minutes. He also set a new all-time high three-game series score for the Juneau Bowling Center with an 817, having rolled a 259 in his first game and 258 in his second.

Not to be outdone, the Wednesday Night Men's Bowling League repeated this double perfection event. Jones rolled another perfect game, which was matched by Kyle Lanz who bowled his first-ever 300 game. Woody Dvorak bowled a perfect game in the Friday night TGIF league, giving the Juneau Bowling Center five perfections in four nights.

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