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Team vs Field, Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

On Strike, 28 points; Nope, Throw It Harder, 18 points; BCMCQS, 18 points.

High game: Diana Cavins, 222; Don Smale, 238.

High four-game series: Jennifer Mauri, 695; Don Smale, 881.

 

Tuesday Trios, Tuesdays at 9 a.m.

Lickety Splits, 15 points; Sometimers, 14 points; Strike Force, 11 points.

High game: Jennifer Mauri, 267; Diana Cavins, 214.

High series: Jennifer Mauri, 648; Diana Cavins, 619.

 

Funtyme, Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Yeah Baby, 19 points; Sisters, 17 points; Turkey Shooters, 14 points.

High game: Alicia Smith, 269; Joe Merrill, 278.

High series: Pam Brown, 624; Joe Merrill, 735.

 

Wednesday Seniors, Wednesdays at noon

Butt Heads, 14 points; 2nd Chance, 13 points; Taz Devils, 12 points.

High game: Linda Barber, 235; Lonnie Cavins, 244.

High series: Linda Barber, 635; Lonnie Cavins, 626.

 

No Tap, Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

No Ethics, 10 points; Wine Women Plus 1, 9 points; TCB, 8 points.

High games: Ed Bible, 278; Rick Renberg, 266; Ryan Ericson, 261; Julie Burleson, 248.

 

Original Earlybirds, Thursdays at 9 a.m.

Hummingbirds, 7 points; Soaring Eagles, 5 points; Roadrunners/Sandpipers, 4 points.

High game: Sue Norris, 204; Kim Cunningham, 193.

High series: Bev Langmaid, 578; Kim Cunningham, 514.

 

Men’s Commercial, Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.

Boulder Bowl, 5 points; Dielco Crane, 5 points; Farmers Insurance, 5 points.

High game: Steve Osborne, 266; Lyle Jensen, 265.

High series: Joe Merrill, 759; Lyle Jensen, 718.

 

Hi Lo Scratch, Fridays at 10 a.m.

Keith Dallura, 83 points; Jim Coleman, 81 points; Glenn Cauda, 80 points.

High game: Lonnie Cavins, 278; Matt Esauk, 208.

High series: Jim Coleman, 637; Kim Cunningham, 566.

 

Almost Live, Fridays at 6:30 p.m.

YGBSM, 69 points; Git It Togetha, 65 points; Sababba, 65 points.

High game: Chris Upton, 231; Adam Roberts, 266.

High series: Chris Upton, 577; Adam Roberts, 714.

 

Adult/Child, Sundays at 6 p.m.

Trouble Makers/Sandoval Express, 14 points; Silver and Gold/The Showman Stoppers, 12 points.

High game: Dylan Mullins, 159; Matt Esauk, 232.

High series: Dylan Mullins, 422; Matt Esauk, 612.

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