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Local Bowling Results

Boulder Bowl results as of March 20

Team vs. Field

Diana Cavins: 201; Boo Nelson: 205, 246/841 and 290, 237/920; Ryan McQuillan: 210, 201; Ken Knabe: 208; Mark Gomez: 244, 278, 218/898; Andrew Kennedy: 202, 204; Ryan Warshefski: 203, 205, 202, 203, 217; Alicia Smith: 206; Paul Renteria: 201, 227, 214, 226/895; John Ataide: 201; Bob Pringle: 203, 200.

Tuesday Trio

Diana Cavins: 187, 171; Timmie Bennett: 178.


Matt Esauk: 246/60; Joe Merrill: 235, 247, 259/741, 204; Kevin Kolteryahn: 215, 205, 204/624; Joe Falardo: 211; Ed Bible: 227; Ryan McQuillan: 205, 211.

Wednesday Seniors

Greg Debelak: 214; Jerry Sparks: 214; Lonnie Cavins: 206, 211.

No Tap

Rick Renberg: 211, 244/623 and 230, 246; Teresa Krason: 211; Gary Krason: 214, 256, 212/682 and 213, 220; Sandy Miller: 231; Dave Danca: 208; Kevin Kesler: 267, 228/668 and 221, 232, 208/661; Bill White: 201; Danny Sanchez: 232, 217, 200/649; Kathy Dosch: 276/634; Lynn Bishop: 241; Dan Fox: 221; Kelly Fox: 218, 230; Dana Mead: 200, 244.

Original Earlybirds

Carol Smith: 176; Jeannie Hart: 175; Bev Coleman: 170; Sue Norris: 198.

Men’s Commercial

Matt Esauk: 223; Ed Bible: 212; Steve Osborne: 228; Joe Merrill: 214, 289, 248/751 and 236, 213, 232/681; Scott Sauer: 201, 228, 205/634 and 222; Lyle Jensen: 207, 227, 234/627; Jim Coleman: 211; Jerry Sparks: 203; Oly Olson: 206; Chuck Pierce: 225; Michael Walker: 202; Tom Basinger: 279, 223/690; Boo Nelson: 213, 222, 217, 223/662; Sean Couse: 234; Bob Cox: 222; Eric Moreland: 215; Sean Desrochers: 280, 255/724; Paul Renteria: 213, 257/615 and 234, 217; Dan Graham: 213; Greg Mamac: 225.

Hi Lo Scratch

Tom Cavey: 206, 223/603 and 213, 205, 211/629; Keith Dallura: 200; Jim Coleman: 248/625, 212; Jerry Johnson: 211, 204, 203/618.

Almost Live

Bryan Paletta: 202; Gary Krason: 212, 233/611; Jim Coleman: 204, 217/619; Shaun Upton: 217; Jimmie Stewart: 245; Rick Sixberry: 204.


Brandon Pettit: 148; Jamison Kaboli: 162; Ed Rassuchine: 216/501; Kendal Jordan:128.

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