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Local Bowling Results

Several fun tournaments were held during the holiday season. Here are the winners:

Under the Sheets Tournament

First, Kirk Drake and Alan Macchietto tied, both shooting a nice 740 series; third, Victoria Nicolson, who shot 693; fourth, Jennifer Turner, who shot 686; and fifth, Jerry Sparks and Sam Nicolson, who tied with a 674 series.

Scotch Doubles Tournament

First, Kim and Al Macchietto, with a 1,057 series; second, Sandy Reade and Kirk Drake, with a 1,049 series; third, Bev and Jim Coleman tied with Victoria and Sam Nicolson, with a 982 series; fifth, Pam Brown and Jerry Sparks, with a 964 series.

League High Scores

Tuesday Trios

Kim Macchietto: 170; Darlene Cheney: 192; Diana Cavins: 179, 170.

Funtyme

Dan Tanksley: 215; Rick Renberg: 203; Michael Boreham: 215; Joe Merrill: 244, 235; Ryan McQuillan: 206.

Wednesday Seniors

Lonnie Cavins: 214, 224/636; Linda Barber: 223; Ray Haymes: 208.

Original Earlybirds

Dianne Lindsey: 180; Diane Brumberg: 172; Bev Langmaid: 190, 187.

Men’s Commercial

Jim Coleman: 205; Keith Dallura: 226, 204/611; Lyle Jensen: 247, 205/637: Tom Basinger: 235, 209/633; Michael Boreham: 215; Bob Scott: 201, 203, 213/617; Daryl Blohm: 205; Paul Renteria: 208, 213, 280/701; Bryan Paletta: 202; Steve Osborne: 225; Bill Montana: 202; Oly Olson: 205.

Hi Lo Scratch

Jim Coleman: 221, 246, 206/673.

Almost Live

Dan Combs: 256/611; Mike Madrid: 212; Jim Coleman: 204.

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