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Local Bowling Results

Boulder Bowl League High Scores as of Oct. 23

Team vs. Field

Sean Desrochers: 223, 238, 205/813; Alicia Smith: 215; Paul Renteria: 220, 227/826; Andrew Kennedy: 200, 206; Diana Cavins: 200; Lonnie Cavins: 202; Boo Nelson: 259; Jennifer Nelson: 235, 205, 201/801; Jim Coleman: 202; Ed Bible: 213, 203, 201; Dan Combs: 221, 233/801; Ryan McQuillan: 225, 206, 211/835.

Tuesday Trios

Darlene Cheney: 173; Joy Gilger: 198; Diana Cavins: 179; Jenny Robison: 166.

Funtyme

Joe Merrill: 201, 211/604; Ed Bible: 202; Jerry Sparks: 216.

Wednesday Seniors

Bev Coleman: 170, 178: Greg Debelak: 183, 171; Lonnie Cavins: 194, 172/517; Jerry Sparks: 191; Pam Debelak: 179; Mike Ludwig: 175.

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

Chris Ward: 172.

Men’s Commercial

Dan Graham: 200; Steve Osborne: 203; Joe Merrill: 238, 237/691; Chuck Pierce: 245/604; Tom Basinger: 205, 202; Boo Nelson: 229, 202, 226/657; Paul Renteria: 212; Keith Dallura: 233,/608; Scott Sauer: 258, 211, 212/681; Lonnie Cavins: 214, 227/635; Lyle Jensen: 244/620; Jim Coleman: 200; Rick Renberg: 203.

Hi Lo Scratch

Jerry Johnson: 202, 235, 223/660; Keith Dallura: 210, 213/622; Tom Cavey: 251/612; Lonnie Cavins: 201, 222/612; Jim Coleman: 210, 206.

Almost Live

Gary Krason: 201, 236/610; Shaun Upton: 212.

Teen/Adult 330

James Breininger: 122; Ed Rassuchine: 140, 136, 189/465; Jamison Kaboli: 125, 139, 102; Paul Renteria: 243, 224/649.

Adult/Child 600

Brandon Pettit:179; Alexis Cable: 142, 145; Dave Alexander: 205.

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