Trent Nay was nearly perfect last week while bowling at Sunset Lanes, hitting consecutive 300 games and tossing an eye-popping 845 series.

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Trent Nay rolled an eye-popping 845 series at Sunset Lanes last week, including back-to-back 300 games. (Photo: Mike Fenner/For The Spectrum & Daily News)

The atmosphere at Sunset Lanes was absolutely electric as Trent Nay put on a clinic in one of the best displays of bowling brilliance ever seen in the long and storied history of bowling in St. George.



Nay began his historic performance with a 245 and followed by reeling off a jaw-dropping 24 straight strikes for back-to-back 300 games that paved the way for a stratospheric 845 series. Amazingly, his drubbing of Sunset included throwing a total of 32 strikes out of a possible 36.

His 845 is the fifth-highest series ever rolled in St. George bowling history and now joins James Boyce as one of only two bowlers to have ever rolled back-to-back 300 games in a St. George league or tournament competition.

His resume includes seven perfect games, a pair of 800s including a career-high 845 and he has competed in the Amateur Bowlers Tour circuit for 12 years and where he won 50,000 dollars last year after winning an ABT Tournament in Las Vegas.

Meanwhile, in other action, it was a week in which Brendan Thomas (766-269, 258, 239) blistered Dixie Bowl with another superb outing, Tor Lowry (718, 703) fired a pair of 700s with his patented two-handed delivery, Kyle Clark (657-253) is gearing up for bigger scores ahead and Mo Davis averaged 216 between leagues at Dixie (651) and Sunset (650).

In Sunday night league play, Adam Sedgwick (649-233, 212, 204) put up terrific numbers, and sparked by nine strikes in a 267, Aaron King logged a season-high 640. And a hot hand by Matt Polatis' rapidly improving game included a season-high 624 and 269 gem, and at the same time, Jackie Syddall (623-234) gets ink for his first local 600, while Tim Brandt (611) posted his zillionth 600. 

In single game play, Tony Zaccheus pounded out a 248, Scott Hill fired a 238, and a 234 by Scott Ferreira was just one of three deuce games, Larry Rumple navigated the lanes for a 235 and Kyle Kidman popped a 232.

Bob Kvatsak tossed a season-high 225, Dennis Craft pocketed a 225, Vic Reading registered a 214 and Rick Miller rolled an extremely rare Dutch 200 game.

In women's play, propelled by a superb 268, Ashley Thomas tallied the sole 600, but Chris Sanzone (592-242) fell just a mark short of a 600. Janet Parker's (561) strong outing included a five-bagger in a clean 212 and Kara Kopf (546-212) appears poised for even bigger scores in future weeks.

Indianna Polatis (539-181, 180, 178) is a young bowler who easily delivered his best outing this season, while Wendy Jepson (528-204) posted her best scores in years.

Annie Bennett logged a season-high 213 in single game action, Nikki Wickham cruised to a 210, Maggie LaDuca tallied another deuce with a 204, Annette Chugg smacked six strikes in a 199, while Nancy Bailey popped a 194..

Dean Roberts was stoked after tossing a 611 series and a 278 game that included nine straight strikes. It was also a day in which Jeff Anderson (626-215) did good work, Dianna Swart (544-200) posted quality scores and Dave Anderson (234, 203) delivered a pair of deuce games.

Also, Sandy Ulery (547) ended a short scoring funk, John Verchota chucked a 214, Nada Weiss tossed a 201, Shirley Simpson blasted a 208 and David Conklim shot a 219.

Rick Lesko 742-265; Robert Kerr 708-242; Lew Agius 687-235; Scott Ferreira 687; Chuck Kenny 684-237; Kelley Johnson 671-235; Tyler Thomas 669-235; Chris Ray 668-241; Talon Hendrickson 658-250; Collin Christensen 655-243; Jeremy Turlington 653-254; Russ Harkins 644-239; Charles Irvine 638; Doug Bowers 636-246; Dave Myers 634-234; Jeremy Telford 632-217; Steve Barr 631-232; Will Hutchinson 630-227; Ron Floreani Sr. 629; Larry Rumple 616; Rob Carrier 616; Troy Olaveson 616-234; Wil Mariluch 605-227; Jim Bice 603-234; Rich Lile 601-231; Don Simmons 245; Herb Ridge 235; Coopeer Libby 233; Shane Wilson 233; Rupe Johnson 225; Barry Sustin 224; Blaine Hartley 224; Gregg Sant 211; Rick Dippre 211; Mark Maag 210; Ed Adams 209; Mike Maddocks 207; David Romano 205; Dan O'Neill; Margie Faber 559-219; Margie O'Neill 558-213; Debbie Lehnen 566-212; Sue Brooks 539; Colleen Bedford 537-209; Annette Chugg 534; Donna Jo Judson 531; Sherri Snarr 528; Tammy Gallian 511; Meretta Johnson 511; Lisa Ray 504; Anne Brosier 204; Kathy Robbins 201

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