PHOTO GALLERY: Seniors take to the lanes with Sunshine league bowling
October 8, 2012 | 8:24 p.m. CDTThe Senior Sunshine league bowls every Monday throughout the winter.
Sloppy 4 team member David Quint bowls during his team's matchup against the Goodtimers on Monday at the AMF Town and Country Lanes. Following his heart surgery earlier this year, Quint makes an effort to exercise 20 minutes every morning and bowls once a week. "My doctor said exercise or die," Quint said. Quint began bowling in 1958 and still uses the same ball and shoes to this day. | Benjamin Hoste
Dale Helms, right, resets the pins on lane 17 with the electronic control pad while David Quint, background, watches the action on lane 18 Monday at AMF Town and Country Lanes. This is Helm's third year in the Senior Sunshine league, which bowls every Monday throughout the winter, and both men are members of the Sloppy 4 team. | Benjamin Hoste
Goodtimers team member Norris Kruse holds up the Senior Sunshine league's scorecard for the day's matchup Monday at AMF Town and Country Lanes. Although Kruse sat the day out due to a sore wrist from a recent day of softball, he still attended to support his team and keep score. | Benjamin Hoste
David Quint, left, gives Mary Lou Rice a high-five to congratulate her on her bowl Monday at AMF Town and Country Lanes. The bowlers high-five to celebrate good bowls and fist pump after bad bowls. Rice was filling in for a friend who recently had a pacemaker put in and chose to take a month off from bowling. | Benjamin Hoste
David Quint, 85, watches his ball roll toward the pins Monday at AMF Town and Country Lanes. Before undergoing heart surgery in February, he bowled scores around 150. Now he bowls 119. | Benjamin Hoste