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Local Bowling Results

Boulder Bowl results as of Feb. 11

Team vs. Field

Diana Cavins: 215; Paul Renteria: 209; Mark Gomez: 215.

Tuesday Trio

Dorothy Albright: 180; Judy Gillis: 170.

Funtyme

Joe Merrill: 206, 203, and 227, 225/649; Dave Alexander: 218; Rick Renberg: 216, 224, 202/642; Mike Ludwig: 205; Matt Esauk: 208, 211; Jerry Sparks: 201.

Wednesday Seniors

Pam Brown: 200; Mike Ludwig: 212, Jerry Sparks: 201.

No Tap

Rick Renberg: 217, 276, 209/702, and 206, 232/627; Kevin Kesler: 232, 219/646, and 248, 255/680; James Bingman: 227; Scott Munger: 222; Dan Fox: 219; Dan Dombrowski: 256, 225/667, and 240; Teresa Krason: 206; Dana Mead: 229, 218, 241/688, and 242, 226, 237/675; Danny Sanchez: 235, 207; Cody Bingman: 221, 234/621; Zack Waters: 245; Gary Krason: 217, 244/625; Sandy Miller 202; Dave Danca: 231, 216/645; Dan Jensen: 214.

Original Earlybirds

Judy Gillis: 190; Becky Hower: 196; Anett Hamilton: 189.

Men’s Commercial

Tom Basinger: 202 and 209; Keith Dallura: 209, and 214, 204; Lonnie Cavins: 202, 204; Lyle Jensen: 211, 202, 254/667, and 249, 240, 248/737; Dan Graham: 202; Joe Merrill: 216, 215, 245/676, and 206, 230/615; Jim Coleman: 211 and 201; Jerry Sparks: 203; Rick Renberg: 224; Boo Nelson: 206, 206, 232/644, and 228, 205, 234/667; Sean Couse: 212, Sean Desrochers: 212, and 225, 210/624; Paul Renteria: 276, 213, 237/726: Michael Boreham: 201; Bob Cox: 228, 266/686; Harold Begley: 209.

Hi Lo Scratch

Lonnie Cavins: 205, 204, 206; Jerry Johnson: 214, 238, 237/643; Keith Dallura: 235, 226/658, and 202; Jim Coleman: 203, 257/707, and 256, 216, 206/678; Tom Cavey: 268/640, 204; Ed Bible: 203.

Almost Live

Mike Madrid: 203, 205, 223; Jimmie Stewart: 224; Rick Sixberry: 205; Shaun Upton: 200; Bryan Patella: 203; Gary Krason: 215; Jim Coleman: 213.

Teen/Adult 330

Alicia Smith: 224; Kendal Bennett: 127.

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