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Bowling results

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February 25, 2012 |

There were two 300 games rolled at Stars, Don Henry laying out twelve in a row on Tuesday in the Vacaville Honda All Star Draft league, and on Wednesday in the Stars & Strikes, Ken Manchester fires off 12 strikes in a row for his 300. Nice bowling guys

City tournament is next weekend (now called the CSUSBC Open Championships) and is open to all league bowlers, the sign up sheets are at the desk and the deadline is today, your info and registration fee can be dropped into the CSUSBC mail box at the bowl.

Saturday  at Stars there is a six game scratch tournament at 9 am, with $250 added to the prize fund by Vacaville Honda. You can pre register or sign up that day but space is limited and there is only one squad.

Stars Recreation Center

Thursday Rejects: James seale Sr. 225, James Seale Jr. 246 Leroy brown 215 Kim Lincoln 212 David Hutson 236 Earl Copper 203 Ernie Trejo 202, 214, 605 Larry Gale 234 Bill Bollman 236, 215, 623 Carl Case 235, 202, 607 Linda McAuliffe 203 John McAuliffe 227 Rudy Ramirez 269, 259, 718 Mike Julio 226 Steven Pangborn 209, 211, 202, 622 Bernie LuVisi 228, 237 David Davis 226 John Kirgan 236, 675 Glenn Evans 238, 226, 676 Debbie Paulos 230 David Jones 228 Scott Stacey 213 Kim Long 246, 619 Ted Basden 202 Dennis Reed 237, 248, 276, 761 Kenny Paulos Jr. 245 Dennis Partlow Jr. 258, 680 Gary Woodward 211 Ben Wood 245

Rancheros: Bruce Stewart Jr. 232, 238, 693 Matt Holman 201, 203 Gary Filzen 201 Jason Vallette 225 Barry Purves 215, 211, 617 Les Warner III 216, 235, 645 Gary Nesbitt 202 Ron Biesenthal 235, 202, 631 Charles K Hunter 206 Bill Slade 200 Ben Brown 203, 210, 600 Mario Ochoa 254, 230 Jim McKim 227, 258, 248, 733 Bill Oliver 210 John Moffett 201, 211

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Louie DeBartolo 234 Tex Davis 212 Chris Jensen 222 Denny Jensen 227 Rose Ann Melton 201 Brenda Moore 215 Bill Moore 224 Tony Bares 220, 214, 624 Don Spurgeon 243

Friday Mens HDCP 11-Vacaville Honda: Dave Miller 235 John Kosar 203 Kip Hartnett 279, 676 Tony McKinney 234 Sean M. 217, 235, 636 Tony Broome 203, 205 Paul McKinney 288, 235, 245, 768 Jeff Lopez 215, 202 Raymond Vasquez 256, 254, 711 Jim Seale Sr. 237, 267, 267, 771 James Seale Jr. 242 Dennis Partlow Jr. 236, 246, 694 Mike Bell 201, 231 Glenn Valledor 210 Wayne S. 279, 655 DJ Weitzel Jr.-R 264, 235, 671 Joe Quitoriano 201 Ron Mitchell 212 Mel Gordon 214 Ken Peterson 225, 290, 709 Ken Doizaki 256 Ken Sanders 225, 215 J. Wiley 216 Andy Anderson 201, 214 Jeff Parker 254, 240, 709 Paul Vowels 249

Hiz N Herz: Nick Bell 212 Irvin Crews 207 Josh DeGeorge 225 Brandon Neal 201 Debbie Paulos 214 Jeff Graham 221 Dennis Danielson 222 William Moss 203 Eric Garrett 201 Greg Beasley 223, 228, 601 Keity Warner 209 Cyndi Warner 203 Les Warner 232 Cheryl Broome 202 Tony Broome 214

Vaca Employees: Sam Rowe II 216 Robbie Kazen 232 Cliff letterman 268, 662 Joe Vizzini 216 Nick Giusto 202 Chris Palwick 233 Jon Roberts 236 Allen Weihe 206, 206 Bill Thompson 218 Rick Johnson 205 Ron Kellogg 212 Kertis Hursh 203 Joy Sullivan 225 Rob Larsen Jr. 226, 201, 619 Ervin Hadenfeldt 227 Bob Antony 203 Dennis Hooten 229 Daryl Gish 266, 275, 726 Les Warner III 209

Thursday Seniors: Willa Reiff 207 Jim McNeely 235 Chris Leo 237 Bill Slade 210 John Perry 212 Mike Julio 226, 213, 202, 641 Hope Steele 201 Jim Helton 237 Darrell Baker 200

Friday Twilighters Mixed: James Irvine II 237, 246, 696 Phil Miranda 237, 254 697 Brian Harris 222, 204 Nate George 225 Curtis Ecalnea 204, 225 Melissa Williams 220 Kenny Manchester 257, 226 Dick Banks 211 Tom Millett III 246 David Dickson 269 Eric Castleman 200 Lucius Booker 236, 211

Vaca Valley Wives: Diana Cavins 205, 223 Kim Meredith 206

Starlifters Trio: Nate George 203 Len Harris 214, 212 Brian Langston 203

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Mark Grainger 205, 230 Debbie Paulos 204, 233 Leroy Brown 200 Kip Hartnett 226 Freeman Iverson 210 Richard Banks 232, 601 Joy Sullivan 213 Mark Masiclat 202 Chris Jankans 217, 204 Darius Cook 228 Tyler Butts 245, 267, 704 Alvin Thomas 203 Bernie LuVisi 227 Adam Lofton 224 Nelson Burton 200 Donny Phillips Jr. 279, 227, 729 Daniel Bradshaw 211 Rodney Smith 202, 213 Aaron O`Connell 259, 237, 261, 757

FSUSD: Rick Bryan 202 Bill Thompson 214, 233, 637

Genentech 2012: Joe Fiori 217, 604 Matt Herring 269, 202, 660 Jackie Knudson 215

Sandbaggers: Jim Anderson 200, 202 Ralph Buss 210 Carl Evans 203 Richard Evans 233 Larry Lawrence 201 Walter Mansfield 202 Robert Ward 224 Ron Anderson 224 Sig Flores 204, 201 Louis Green 209, 214 Verne Miliron 228 Steve Sardenga 215

School Employees Mixed Trio: James Lincoln 204, 202, 256, 662 Don Reppond 204 Michael Vanhoy 216, 202

Goodrich 2012: Kyrie Bell 222 Michael Bell 250, 201, 633 Sal Godinez 212 Aaron O`Connell 247, 226 Ross Reppond 200, 262, 652 Kristian Violette 234

Die Hards: May Duncan 217

After Niners: Bill Hartman 202 -Tommy Johnson 230 Ray Wesolowski 203,243,620 Justin Wesolowski 202 201 Andres Guzman 227 Bobby Hale 224

Stars & Strikes: Matthew Appleby 201 Cortney Baker 220 Dudley Baker 201 Annie Black 255 Brady Bluske 204, 235 Courtney Bourn 210 James Burt 205, 221 John Callan 246, 236, 675 Kyle Coburn 234 Russ Costanza 226, 202 Herbert Cruz 202, 201 Pete Frost 211 Bramley Gardner 213 Anita Harris 205, 219 Ron Hatfield 201, 211 Jim Hayes 209 Ronald Hedspeth 213, 212, 607 Donald Henry Jr. 258, 202, 204, 664 Wayne Houseman 208, 202 Joseph Latona Jr. 219, 222, 632 Kenneth Manchester 226, 300, 728 Kenny Manchester 243, 237, 695 Larry Millimen 212 Jim Purdy 201 Christopher Reynolds 232, 658 Alan Sabugo 205, 247, 234, 686 Ben Santos 213, 256, 664 Robert Sessoms 204 Dan Simmons 213, 222 William Slade 203 Keity Warner 204 Kimberly Wheaton 211

Funtimers: Tony Stone 215,255,654 Eric Vaughn 201,224,620 Luis Nunez 223,228,236,687 Rhonda Sparks 202 Don Sparks 211 Shawn Reynolds 249,234,656

Vacaville Honda All Star Draft: Top Ten High Game, Don Henry 300 Fred Varner 279 Kevin Mecham 276 Rob Collins 269 John Reed 267 Daryl Gish 265 Ed Chappell 264 Kevin Mecham 259 Bob Pauly, Jim Seale 258 Top Ten High Series, Kevin Mecham 783 Jim Seale 749 David LuVisi 727 Daryl Gish 723 Robby Callan 714 Don Henry710 Dennis Reed 706 Jon Roberts 705 Glenn Evans 704 Ed Chappell 702

Travis Bowl Highlights

Travis Youth League: Alex Boyce 200-201-561; Daniel Holoubek 170-193-525; Robert Holoubek 259-221-669; Patrick Patenia 187; Manika Squadrille 201-214-570; Shane Wright 213-202-605.

Travis Seniors: Dean Anderson 243-256-220-719; Sanders Dyson 245; Ralph Estrellado 215; Richard Evans 208-222-629; Cris Gomez 236-609; Louis Green 201; Lynn Knight 221; Alfredo Maynigo 217-227-602; Frank Porter 205; Gerry Propp 213-204-609; Clint Sloan 230-257-216-703; EJ Weitzel 211.

Travis Classic(4 Games): Neal Allard 212-212-206-817; Dean Anderson 238; David Dickson 207; Dennis Emory 201; Roger Horn 220; Rich Lutton 204-213; Chet Mallory 201-217; Stephen McColloch 203; Sam Rothenbaum 216; Jim Seale 207; James Seale Jr 200; Brian Vaughn 205; Roy Worthan 200; Scott Wouda 202; Mike Yonetoni 202.

Military Wives: Masako Franks 180; Carol Garcia 179-210-536; Sue Getsinger 178.

Boozers N Snoozers: Mike Ambruso 201-200; Ed Bauman 200-203; Anucha Boontip 223-216-641; Kevin Childers 245-620; Dan Clark 203; Chris Cobler 224-200; Nikki Dunsmore 212-212-620; Ralph Estrellado 211; Chris Hoffer 232; Roger Horn 211; Della Kallenback 245-234-695; Mike Kallenback 228; Noli Ladringan 226-235-634; Roi Ladringan 224; Jason Lemay 226-620; Miriam Mauel 210; Darren McIntyre 203; Fred Ramirez 223-232-655; James Richardson 246-228-234-708; Geno Rodriguez 215; Nick Slaybaugh 209; Dave Sventek 222; Ben Tadano 213-204; Owen Turner 248-220-651; Sina Walker 202; Brian Weber 214; Chuck Wetzel 215; Steve Yarbrough 224-212-632.

Wednesday Mixed: Dean Anderson 219-234-623; Anucha Boontip 231-237-687; Bo Bousley 237-225-654; Mike Carrillo 238-213-647; Dave Dickson 205; San Dyson 235; Richard Eisen 215; Bev Germany 200; Louis Green 200; Lorna Hopkins 201; Jim Irvine 203-242-647; Alfred M 201; Darren McIntyre 214; Mike Omler 222-212-625; Herb Parson 213-205-620; Jim Seale 224-247-683; Rosetta Sennette 214; Sina Walker 200; Roy Worthan 225-620.

Little 21/2: Masako Franks 190-174; Darlene Propp 181-190-542; Doris Shultz 175; Irene Tritch 180.

Travis Intramural: Tom Astarita 233; Andy Bergan 229; Anucha Boontip 249-217-647; James Brewster 235; Dan Brown 222-262-686; Ricky Brown 209; William Farmer 201; Rob Heap 217-216; Michael Hornbuckle 227-226-656; Stephen McCulloch 257-256-676; Herb Parson 232; Daniel Rodriguez 210.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Dean Anderson 200-235-629; Anucha Boontip 202-238-621; Bo Bousley 233-207-644; Ben Brown 204; Tom Bruno 212; Ed Chappell 223-233-647; Rob Collins 222; Herb Cruz 211-240-631; Erika Davis 205; Dennis Emory 204-210; Cres Gomez 235-615; Louis Green 221-213-638; Jimbo Henry 201; EL Johnson 222; Lynn Knight 212; Del Kohrt 204; Al Lucas 200-216; Chet Mallory 247-203-630; Dave Nicholas 200; Gerry Propp 231; Jim Raudy 216; Geno Rodriguez 220-246-670; Ray Scates 227-243-652; Cliff Semmler 200; Clint Sloan 236-203-638; Owen Turner 267-619; Bob Vunesky 224; EJ Weitzel 208; Michael Wright 226-239-670.

 

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