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Bowling Results

BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS

Overall high averages:

Youth: Ed Rassuchine 159

Teen: Teagan Smale 206

Ladies: Linda Barber 189

Mens: Joe Merrill 231

Tuesday Trios

High game and series: Diana Cavins 219, 569

Pins over average, game: Barb Pruitt +57

Pins over average, series: Becky Hower +127

Funtyme

High game, ladies: Alicia Smith 237

High series, ladies: Linda Barber 626

High game and series, mens: Michael Boreham 296, 742

Pins over average, game and series, ladies: Janet Olson +66, +92

Pins over average, game and series, mens: Michael Boreham +101, +154

Wednesday Seniors

High game and series, ladies: Diana Cavins 224, 565

High game and series, mens: Jim Coleman 239, 638

Pins over average, game and series, ladies: Rosie Jamison +48, +59

Pins over average, game and series, mens: Sam Cooper +85, +113

No Tap

High game and series, ladies: Marcia O’Neill 233, 616

High game and series, mens: Rick Renberg 255, 721

Pins over average, game and series, ladies: Marcia O’Neill +76, +145

Pins over average, game, mens: Sal Mizzi +80

Pins over average, series, mens: Dave Danca +113

Original Earlybirds

High game: Nancy Ward 200

High series: Dorothy Albright 497

Pins over average, game: Nancy Ward +61

Pins over average, series: Joan Stemmer +93

Mens Commercial

High game and series: Joe Merrill 280, 742

Pins over average, game: Barak Kessler +99

Pins over average, series: Terrance Rock +128

HiLo Scratch

High game and series, ladies: Lisa Sandoval 202, 521

High game, mens: Jim Coleman 247

Highseries, mens: Dick Knuth 681

Pins over average, game and series, ladies: Lisa Sandoval +54, +47

Pins over average, game, mens: Matt Esauk +69

Pins over average, series, mens: Dick Knuth +114

Almost Live

High game, ladies: Debbie Sixberry 235

High series, ladies: Janet Olson 600

High game, mens: Carl White Eyes 246

High series, mens: Matt Schermerhorn 696

Pins over average, game, ladies: Debbie Sixberry +62

Pins over average, series, ladies: Kim Cunningham +96

Pins over average, game and series, mens: Rob Bair +68, +128

Teen Adult

High game and series, youth: Randall Berkheimer 244, 602

High game and series, adult: Alicia Smith 202, 550

Pins over average, game, youth: Randall Berkheimer +59

Pins over average, series, youth: Max Hiebl +89

Pins over average, game, adult: Tess Headley +37

Pins over average, series, adult: Amanda Amico +30

Child Adult

High game and series, youth: Ed Rassuchine 185, Ed Rassuchine 503

High game and series, adult: Anett Hamilton 181, 518

Pins over average, game, youth: Krystal Amico +37

Pins over average, series, youth: Halle Bennett +50

Pins over average, game, adult: Kym Rassuchine +59

Pins over average, series, adult: Amanda Amico +71

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