LEWISTON — Led by the Welch family, Team Pegasus cruised to victory in rthe 18th annual Lahey Bowl-Fest Jan. 29 at Spare-Time Recreation.

Winning team members were captain Bud Welch, Dolly Welch, Pam Welch, Frank Welch Jr. and Meddy Perry.

Team Century-21 Advantage finished second. Team personnel were captain Bob Brickel, Faye Brickel, Donna Brewster, Jennifer Willey and John Turner.

Pen-Mor Printing captured third, led by Glen Fillion with a 649 scratch series. Other team members were Wayne Fillion, Miek Bowie, Jerry Bissonnette and Matt Nicole.

A total of 170 bowlers competed in this year’s event to benefit the Lahey Foundation. It was established in memory of Thomas F, Lahey, a local athlete and businessman who died Oct. 3, 1987 at age 44. Since its inception, the Lahey Foundatuion has awarded more than $160,000 to graduates of Lewiston and Edward Little high schools and Saint Dominic Academy.

Individual highlights:

High series, scratch — Men, Ron Giroux 709, Jim Morin 702; Women, Sue Dostie 545, Pauline Dostie 534.

High game, scratch — Men, Paul Pelletier 268, Ron Giroux 257, Roland Dostie 257; Women, Sue Dostie 244, Cheryl Hebert 199.

High series, handicap —  Men, Bob McDonough 837, Frank Welch Jr. 822; Women, Pam Wlech 804, Jackie Gardner 768.

High game, handicap — Men, Richard Labbe 309; Women, Sue Dostie 284.

High average — Men, Ron Giroux 236, Jim Morin 234; Women, Sue Dostie 182, Pauline Bosse 178.

Team high series, scratch — Team USA.

Team high series, handicap — Pegasus.

Most improved — Bob McDonough.

Need more work award — Paul Dionne.

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