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Bowling report: Stars Recreation and Travis Bowl

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Stars Recreation Center

Friday Twilighters Mixed: Eric Castleman 212, 212 Kenny Manchester 246 Brian Harris 208 Curtis Ecalnea 208 Curtis Ecalnea Jr. 210 Tom Comer 238, 228, 674 Nate George 202 Shorty Breeden 267, 210, 672 Joe Farley 225, 650 Lucius Booker 213, 236, 625 Tom Housouer 213 Derrick Clarkson 203 Tom Millett III 205 Jeff Conger 257 Patrick Hermon 212, 257, 652 Dick Banks 203

Thursday Seniors: Marty Smith 200 Bill Slade 201, 225 Ron Dierking 224 Hope Steele 203, 211, 604 Len Harris 243, 246, 646 Chris Leo 201 Nate George 207 Mike Ferber 256, 623

Vaca Employees: Jeri Moseley 202, 211 Allen Weihe 245, 213, 630 Tony Crockett 259 Nick Giusto 212, 202, 607 Merle Abbas 206 Cliff Letterman 212, 224, 621 Les Warner III 201 Frank Chavez 202 Greg Betita 226, 215, 638 Lynn Norman 213, 234 Kristian Violette 211 Robbie Kazen 212 Sam Rowe II 238, 223, 213, 674 Eric Sampson 258, 290, 750 Rod Moses 205 Lucius Booker 258, 230, 637 Mike Fisher 221, 204 Rick Johnson 204 Bill Thompson 243, 237, 668 Kertis Hursh 226 Ron Kellogg 256, 203, 215, 674 Dwayne Snedegar 200, 223 Craig Clay 220 Darrell Baker 211, 602 Rob Larsen Jr. 242

Hiz N Herz: Chester Malaza 212 Bill Bell 230 Damon Fraticelli 232 Chris Powers 252, 629 Gene Powers 210 Keity Warner 215, 210 Greg Beasley 297, 238, 759 Les Warner 225, 239, 666 Eric Garrett 227 Tont Broome 215 Dennis Danielson 204 DeAnna Pinger-Devoto 223 Patricia McNally 213 Dave Adema 203

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Manuel Vasquez 208 Marty LuVisi 212 Rodney Smith 214, 205, 609 Della Kallenback 204, 244, 626 Mike Kallenback 255, 690 Mike Pierce 214, 240, 639 Rose Manning 211 Darla Hill 201 Debbie Paulos 211 Kenny Paulos 228 Danny Myers 223, 236, 603 Curtis Enyart 223 Bill Slade 210, 234 Darius Cook 203 Joe LuVisi 207 Teresa LuVisi 224

Starlifters Trio: Nathan Murray 211 Bill Slade 236, 214, 645 Alan Fukushima 223 Frank Shipman 222

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Doug Jensen 202, 207 Chris Jensen 218 Denny Jensen 225 Tex Davis 207, 201 Don Spurgeon 236 Mike Jones 202

The Reno Mixed Four: Mike Michaels 232, 623 Don Cradduck 204 Brandon Cruz 247, 247, 689 Virgil King 238 Simba Pone 226 Conrad De Leon 214 Chad Morris 211 Scott Eldridge 236 Ness Cruz 224 Crispin Alfonso 226, 204, 610 Rodney Herndon 212 Don Farrell 222 Fred Pone 200

The Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Joey Plain 204 Crispin Alfonso 204, 279, 661 Jim McNeely 221, 600 Dawnie Herring 206 Joe Williams 212 Sherman Boutte 227, 208, 608 Stewart McCale 214 Mike Michaels 201 Bob DePaiva 212, 212 Mikey Mastrocovo 203

Friday Mens HDCP 12-Vacaville Honda: Richard Word 200, 203 Daryl Gish 255, 256, 703 Glenn Evans 257, 248, 684 Wayne S. 244, 244, 657 James P. 234, 615 Andy Anderson 211, 209, 616 Troy Adams 269 Reggie Harris 232 Fred Varner 235 Sean M. 203, 224 Tony Broome 247, 207, 645 Paul McKinney 204, 229 Manny Lopez 212 John Callan 213 Ken Doizaki 212, 222, 631 John Kirgan 233, 226, 629 Ken Sanders 257, 205, 656 Frank Russell 240, 255, 236, 731 John Stensrud 218 Torry Arthur 208 Kenny Paulos 245, 658 KC Yost 239, 670 James Seale Jr. 226, 246, 251, 723 John Kosar 215, 237, 628 Kip Hartnett 263, 245, 731

FSUSD: Bill Thompson 214 Sandee Neese 203 Karen Donahue 211

First Niters: Viola Johnson 206 Su Cordero 206

Genentech 2013: Joe Fiori 212 Ron Kellogg 232 Rob Murray 249 Chris Smith 210 Bill Weir 232

NorthBay 2012: Kevin Farantino 202, 222 John Magno 204 Terry Vanaken 269, 645

School Employees Mixed Trio: Michael Dwonch 211 James Lincoln 247, 217, 647 Don Reppond 232, 612 Ross Reppond 213 Michael Vanhoy 232 , 206

Sandbaggers: Jim Anderson 202 Walter Mansfield 220

Funtimers: Rush Dally 235, 207 Kevin Zimmerman 204, 220 Esteban Gonzalez 225, 226, 621 Danny Lucas 215 Mary Perez 201 Luis Nunez 204 David Anderson 203

After Niners: Rush Dally 203, 212, 604 Bill Hartman 211, 203 Justin Matias 222 Ryan Rowe 212 Gordon L. 200 Ray Wesolowski 200 Tommy Johnson 236, 225, 666 Keith Richmond 202

 

Travis Bowl

Travis Youth League: Alex Boyce 166-182-513; Caesar Correa 177-182-514; Jarred Couture 186-183-503; John Evalle 216-201-606; Ant Gualandi 152; Robert Holoubek 234-211-631; Daniel Holoubek 224-186-592; Sarah Markovich 151-185-460; Patrick Patenia 185-185-539; Jeremy Puget 157; Kristina Squadrille 158; Shane Wright 172-457.

Travis Seniors: Nitsa Brodeur 209; Richard Evans 209-201; Louis Green 205; Gerry Propp 210-209; Rosetta Sennette 203; Clint Sloan 214-246-622; EJ Weitzel 211-238-638.

Military Wives: Masako Franks 171-170; Sue Getsinger 170; Darlene Propp 193-163-505; Pat Scott 162; Marge Vanderway 167-160.

Boozers N Snoozers: Neal Allard 279-225-698; Ed Bauman 203-221-615; James Boozer 222; Veryl Brovald 225; Daryl Cadabona 210; Kevin Childers 204; Doug Daughtry 202; Mike Fisher 224-212; Damien George 202; Chris Hoffer 211; Russ Jones 213; Mike Kallenback 267-212-673; Roi Ladringan 258-212-627; Jason Lemay 236-247-693; Ernie Maligaya 201-202-603; Chet Mallory 219; AJ Markovich 236-243-648; James Richardson 246-225-682; Geno Rodriguez 205-205-607; Dave Sventek 202-227-617; Owen Turner 210-244-645; Tyler Vasquez 214-200; Brian Vaughn 204; Roy Worthan 256; Steve Yarbrough 220.

Wednesday Mixed: Dean Anderson 216-203; Charles Boggs 208; Anucha Boontip 215-223-643; James Bratten 201; Mike Carrillo 202-202-604; David Dickson 220-204; Richard Eisen 211; Dennis Emory 202; Ralph Estrellado 206-212; J.D. Floyd 232-246-244-722; Roger Horn 224-233-612; Larry Lawrence 206; Herb Parson 200; Oscar Reyna 202; Jim Seale 215-268-680; Cliff Semmler 226; Clint Sloan 278-210-661; Clinton Thomas 244; Sina Walker 217; Roy Worthan 248-214-671.Little 21/2: Rose McCown 175; Mac McCumber 170; Linda Sacco 191-483; Doris Shultz 189.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Dean Anderson 204; Anucha Boontip 213-223-636; Mike Carrillo 213; Ed Chappell 216; Rob Collins 221-202-616; Herb Cruz 210; Doug Daughtry 218; Willie Davies 226; David Dickson 223; Branddon Dormady 223; Dennis Emory 215-227-623; J D Floyd 219-238-656; Del Kohrt 202; Steven Ladringan 240; Roi Ladringan 213; Al Lucas 207; Chet Mallory 206; Ingrid Marenco 205; Ivy Nicholas 235; Dave Nicholas 202; Geno Rodriguez 222-246-679; Sam Rothenbaum 200; James Seale 236-223-639; Owen Turner 247-611; Bob Vunesky 204; EJ Weitzel 213-235-627; Michael Wright 220-245-679.

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