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Boulder Bowl League High Scores as of 10/30/16

Team Vs Field

Lonnie Cavins 216,201,205/813, Boo Nelson 204,277,838, Dyllon Bryant 216, Ryan McQuillan 201,201, Bob Cox 200, Jennifer Mauri 204,237, Andrew Kennedy 232, Sean Desrochers 227, Alicia Smith 213, Paul Renteria 204,224,235/859, Jim Coleman 214.

Tuesday Trios

Nancy Ward 205, Diana Cavins 172,177.

Funtyme

Joe Merrill 215,214/616, Alicia Smith 211, Ryan McQuillan 200,205, Rick Renberg 235, Chris Upton 202.

Wednesday Seniors

Greg Debelak 164,188,193/545, Ed Horvath 203, Mike Ludwig 210/511, Lonnie Cavins 205,192,194/591, Jerry Sparks 184,174,168/526.

No Tap

Dan Dombrowski 241,241/679, Dan Sanchez 203, Dana Mead 256,256,234/746, Linda Eugster 209, Jerry Williams 211, Rick Renberg 258,267,236/761, Dave Danca 242.

Original Earlybirds

Sue Norris 179.

Mens Commercial

Boo Nelson 226,207,235/668, Sean Desrochers 203,235/635, Michael Boreham 205, Rick Renberg 215, Oly Olson 201,201, Rick Sixberry 214, Steve Osborne 206, Steve Lindsey 203, Lonnie Cavins 222,212/622, Lyle Jensen 215.

Hi Lo Scratch

Lonnie Cavins 205, Tom Cavey 228,255/660, Jim Coleman 205, Jerry Johnson 254/630.

Almost Live

Bryan Patella 220,203/608, Shaun Upton 224,223/616.

Teen/Adult 330

Ed Rassuchine 172,199/519, James Breininger 128.

Adult/Child 600

Brandon Pettit 182, Beau Mauri 124.

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