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Local Bowling Results

As of Sept. 18

■ Team vs. Field

Joe Merrill: 221, 258/856; Sean Desrochers: 206,231, 234/851; Alicia Smith, 209, 246/814; Paul Renteria: 223, 224, 235/869; Ryan McQuillan: 224, 249/809; Jennifer Mauri: 213, 203; Diana Cavins: 203; Lonnie Cavins: 218; Clint Rzepecki: 181; Ed Bible: 226; Rachel Pancheri: 181.

■ Tuesday Trios

Jo Morrill: 141; Laurie Montanye: 142; Diana Cavins: 171; Nancy Ward: 174, 176/508; Anett Hamilton: 156.

■ Funtyme

Joe Merrill: 227, 246/667; Crystal Merrill: 176; Jerry Sparks: 207; Paul Renteria: 235, 217; 650; Alicia Smith: 233; Ryan McQuillan: 201, 207; Therese Javanov: 171; Ed Bible: 253.

■ Wednesday Seniors

Diana Cavins: 212; Lonnie Cavins: 193; Pam Brown: 191; Jim Coleman: 194; Jerry Sparks: 179, 187, 189/555; Kirk Drake: 172, 179.

■ No Tap

Danny Sanchez: 217; Mike Dryjanski: 200; Lonnie Cavins: 233, 236, 217/686; Kathy Dosch: 204; Dana Mead: 275, 264/713; Rick Renberg: 205, 221, 204/630; Dan Dombrowski: 212, 217, 236/665.

■ Original Earlybirds

Bev Coleman: 173; Anett Hamilton: 161, 166; Judy Gillis: 172; Joan Stemmer: 156; Jenny Robison: 171; Dianne Lindsey: 165; Carol Smith: 155; Nancy Ward: 150, 151; Becky Hower: 155.

■ Mens Commercial

Boo Nelson: 224; Paul Renteria: 204, 244/637; Lonnie Cavins: 220; Lyle Jensen: 233, 236/647; Ed Bible: 223; Steve Osborne: 241/600; Joe Merrill: 201, 236/630; Steve Lindsey: 203, 202; Jim Coleman: 248; Rick Renberg: 200; Rick Sixberry: 202.

■ Hi Lo Scratch

Jim Coleman: 210, 202; Jerry Johnson: 215, 205; Keith Dallura: 201; Dorothy Albright: 174; Diana Cavins: 177, 173, 175/525.

■ Almost Live

Shaun Upton: 212, 208; Jimmie Stewart: 215; Debbie Sixberry: 180, 173; Anett Hamilton: 167, 169.

■ Teen/Adult 330

Ed Rassuchine: 171, 168; Bev Muilenburg: 152; Max Hiebl: 178, 151; Abby Harling: 189, 160, 160/509; Ed Bible: 177, 190.

■ Adult/Child 600

Brandon Pettit: 127, 132; Bob Pettit: 178, 173; Alexis Cable: 134, 124, 121; Beau Mauri: 111.

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