Chris Smith of Madison moved into the top 10 in singles at the United States Bowling Congress Women’s Championships in Reno on Saturday.
Smith, who had knee surgery for a torn meniscus on March 17, rolled games of 246, 257 and 193 for a 696 scratch series and added 39 pins of handicap for a 735 to move into fifth in singles in the Diamond Division.
The Madison Women’s Bowling Association director, who already has fallen to seventh, said in a Facebook message that she had a frustrating eight straight 9-counts in her third game of singles.
Smith had series of 570 in team and 608 in doubles for a 1,913 all-events scratch total.
Smith's 696 is second in scratch singles to Tammy Kramer's 717.