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Bowling in the Boozers N Snoozers league at Travis Bowl, Roi Ladringan rolled his first 300.

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Thursday Seniors: Dawn Herring 200 Hope Steele 202 Mike Ferber 203 Tak Takasaki 204.

Vaca Employees: Daryl Gish 234 Rod Moses 203, 236 Lucius Booker 205, 224, 602 Joy Sullivan 201 Bill Thompson 216 Rick Johnson 203 Merle Abbas 210 Larry Beierschmitt 200 Joe Vizzini 212, 225, 621 Bob LeVine 204 Les Warner III 217 Ron Kellogg 259 Rob Larsen Jr. 203 Ervin Hadenfeldt 223, 202, 604 Sam Rowe II 214, 214, 617 Chris Palwick 245, 603 Jon Roberts 245 Allen Weihe 207 Dan Carroll 210.

Vaca Valley Wives: Diana Cavins 216.

Hiz N Herz: Dennis Danielson 202, 222 Len Devoto 205, 214, 206, 625 Irvin Crews 212 Greg Beasley 220, 205, 266, 691 Keity Warner 256, 223, 675 Les Warner 212, 267, 238, 717 William Moss 257 Eric Garrett 251, 220, 645 Nick Bell 202 Carl Sandidge 212 Damon Fraticelli 201, 212 Debbie Paulos 223 Steven Fikes 207 Tony Broome 215, 235, 254, 704.

Rancheros: Bruce Stewart Jr. 263, 672 Brad Husted 222 Curtis Enyart 241 Tom Thomas 201 Hudi Husted 209 DJ Creedon 211 Lisa McKim 203 Mario Ochoa 227, 249, 692 Jim McKim 268, 663 Gary Filzen 213 Les Warner III 224, 245, 653.

Thursday Rejects: Janet Sardenga 233, 659 Joe LaTona 259, 652 James Seale Sr. 269, 237, 699 Dennis Reed 279, 267, 235, 781 Stephanie Hutson 214 John Shreve 201 David Hutson 211 Scott Stacey 216 Adam Butler 205 Ken Lampkins 226, 231, 648 Leroy Brown 236, 229, 626 Irvin Crews 213, 235, 625 Ernie Trejo 202 Mike Julio 235, 679 Marc Burrell (L) 216, 205 Ben Wood 204 Jim Lincoln 225 David Davis 247, 246, 226, 719 John Kirgan 259, 236, 700 Randy McCormick 232, 237, 225, 694 Debbie Paulos 243, 204, 213, 660 Larry Gale 213 Bill Bollman 224 Terry Reilly 256 Kim Long 202, 213 Kenny Paulos Jr. 267, 256, 714 Dennis Partlow Jr. 257, 665.

Friday Mens HDCP 11 – Vacaville Honda: Manny Lopez 222, 200 DJ Weitzel Jr.-R 246, 254, 672 Joe Quitoriano 229 Ron Mitchell 235, 235, 627 Jeff Parker 234, 225, 658 Troy Adams 227, 236, 680 Mike Bell 215, 222, 607 Wayne S. 226 Dave Miller 229, 658 John Kosar 223, 213, 226, 662 Billy Varner 217, 247, 650 Fred Varner 258, 231, 246, 735 Len Bird 243, 233, 224, 700 Tony Broome 206 Kevin Yost 202 KC Yost 238 James Seale Sr. 246, 650 Jeff Lopez 203 John Kirgan 246 Kevin Sanders 212 Sammy Ching 236 John Stensrud 243, 610.

Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Mike Michaels 243 Bob DePaiva 224 Vern Richards 202 Sherman Boutte 203.

Reno Mixed Four: Don Farrell 204 Mike Michaels 213 Chad Morris 204, 220, 617 Virgil King 216 Crispin Alfonso 203.

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Tony Bares 201, 214 Don Spurgeon 243, 653 Tex Davis 204 Doug Jensen 219 Chris Jensen 216 Denny Jensen 247, 278, 741 Rose Ann Melton 201 Bill Moore 212, 209 Charlie Melton 278, 255, 746.

Starlifters Trio: Tina Norman 213, 225, 244, 682 Brian Langston 209 Hope Steele 201, 206 Len Harris 217 Bill Slade 212, 244, 642 Cindy Alessandri 209 Nathan Murray 213 Josie Moore 203.

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Chris Jankans 200 Donny Phillips 258, 243, 701 aaron O`Connell 236 Bill Slade 204, 206 Marty LuVisi 213 Bernie LuVisi 243, 225, 205, 673 David LuVisi 225 Tyler Butts 243, 606 Leroy Brown 204 Kip Hartnett 256, 268, 236, 760 Viola Terry 216 Ira Manning 208 Alvin Thomas 244 Tim Collier 220 James Broussard 215 Mike Pierce 216, 203 Adam Lofton 267, 609 James Lofton 215.

School Employees Mixed Trio: Ron Hatfield 201 William Slade 202 Tom Vadnais 213.

Die Hards: Judy Cooper 207.

Sandbaggers: Jim Anderson 202 Ron Anderson 219 Richard Evans 266, 661 Sig Flores 202 Larry Lawrence 207, 214 Larry Sardenga 236 Steve Sardenga 214 Joe White 221.

FSUSD: Joe Harris 230, 206.

Northbay Handicap Mixed: Keith Hawelu 211, 206, 266, 683 Jake Robinson 211, 221 Jerry Wilcox 203.

Stars & Strikes: Troy Adams 226 Dudley Baker 215 Jason Black 203 Tony Broome 201 James Burt 243 Brenda Cowan 201 Herbert Cruz 216, 207 Kenneth Doizaki 201, 225 Bramley Gardner 200, 222 Nathan George 236 Anita Harris 214 Ronald Hedspeth 213 Donald Henry 237 Donald Henry Jr. 208, 227, 612 William Hess 227, 266, 234, 727 Ronald Janne 208 Kim Long 213 Kenneth Manchester 225 Kenny Manchester 256 Jan Morgan 209 Wanda Nicholas 201 Dennis Partlow Jr. 249 Jim Purdy 202 Christopher Reynolds 263, 256, 734 Alan Sabugo 211 Ben Santos 215, 226, 613 Dan Simmons 217, 229, 624 William Slade 244, 224, 632 Tom Vadnais 211 Cynthia Vannostrand 203 Keity Warner 269, 621 Kimberly Wheaton 208.

After Niners: Rodney Wheatley 258 671 Ryan R 204 Justin M 212 Anna Reynolds 206 Cheri Parker 213 Bill Hartman 222.

Funtimers: Charles Monturubio 212 Matt Appleby 223 Luis Nunez 235 Tony Stone 214.

Friday Twilighters Mixed: Tom Linster 246 David Dickson 248 668 Tom Millett lll 227 Dawn Irvine 204 205 Joe Farley 247 619 James Irvine ll 230 256 678 Nadina Lopez 235 Jennifer Schwarzbach 212 Doug Welpott 205 214 225 644 Mickey Faulkner 205 214 Brian Harris 269 204 212 685 Tina Buxa 210 Nate George 205 214 Lucious Booker 231 204 224 659 Melissa Williams 203 Kenny Manchester 259 227 226 712 Jim Irvine 236 609 Hank Taylor 233 Curtis Ecalnea Jr 237 237 622 Jim Giron 204 213 200 617.

Vacaville Honda All Star Draft: Top Ten High Game, Robby Callan 279 Lowell Switzer 278 Troy Ham, Jon Roberts 277 Jason Wood 270 Kevin Mecham 269 268 Dennis Reed John Reed 266  Top Ten High Series,  Robby Callan 771 Rodney Wheatley 769 Kevin Mecham 760 Dennis Reed 758 Glenn Evans 743 John Reed 726 Jeremy Thompson 722 Wayne Carter 719 Troy Ham 712 Mike Burlison 713.

Travis Bowl Highlights

Travis Youth League: Alex Boyce 171; Victoria Correa 173; Ant Gualandi 191; Daniel Holoubek 179-182-531; Robert Holoubek 247-189-590; Brian MacHott 173; Kristina Squadrille 178; Shane Wright 204.

Travis Seniors: Dean Anderson 226; Sanders Dyson 220-600; Richard Evans 213; Cris Gomez 203-208; Jim Irvine 216; Lynn Knight 223; Herb Lewis 234; Alfredo Maynigo 225; Frank Porter 216-217-610; Clint Sloan 210-222-636.

Travis Classic(4 Games): Dean Anderson 210;  Bo Bousley 203; Rob Collins 231-223; Carl Evans 208; Roger Horn 253; Al Lucas 217-253-803; Rich Lutton 235; Chet Mallory 222; Stephen McColloch 211; Jim Raudy 211-235; Jim Seale 234-235-843; Rob Vickroy 202; Roy Worthan 221-204; Mike Yonetoni 224.

Military Wives: Carol Garcia 177.

Boozers N Snoozers: Mike Ambruso 204-238-641; Ed    Bauman 234-226-663; Anucha Boontip 213-239-654; Veryl Brovald 227; Tom Bruno 213; Kevin Childers 221-203-614; Dan Clark 211; Ralph Estrellado 225; Ed Fresnoza 211; Norman Holoubek 205-238-611; Roger Horn 203-203; Mike Kallenback 254-216-674; Della Kallenback 224; Noli Ladringan 200; Roi Ladringan 300-633; Fred Ramirez 255-614; James Richardson 223-246-687; Geno Rodriguez 211-206-600; Ray Scates 204; Ben Tadano 201-204; Sina Walker 204; Steve Yarbrough 214.

Wednesday Mixed: Dean Anderson 237-258-698; Anucha Boontip 251-209-666; Bo Bousley 233-206-624; Mike Carrillo 202; Louis Cooper 205; Willie Davies 201; Dave Dickson 226-267-234-727; Richard Eisen 223-227-643; J.D. Floyd 246-211-624; Moses Gines 209; Cres Gomez 226-215-623; Louis Green 200-215-616; Lorna Hopkins 203; Mike Omler 204; Sandy Sadorra 213; Jim Seale 202-211; Tyler Vasquez 215-201; Roy Worthan 233-211-635.

Little 2 ½: Barb Barker 172-184; Masako Franks 199-175-528; Darlene Propp 192; Marge Vanderway 172.

Travis Intramural: Tom Astarita 227-244-680; Anucha Boontip 246-206-646; Dan Brown 220; Ricky Cook 213; Dan Dettwiler 203; Eric Ferren 230; Rob Heap 207; Stephen McCulloch 232-224-663; Donna Strecker 205; Phil Thompson 214; Rick Thorp 212; Owen Turner 207-200; Alex Waszkiewicz 219.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Dean Anderson 211; Anucha Boontip 247-226-656; Bo Bousley 235-232-695; Tom Bruno 200-236-609; Ed Chappel 257-237-224-718; Herb Cruz 229-601; Willie Davies 203; Jim Davis 223; Branddon Dormady 205-247-647; Dennis Emory 204-211-617; Ray Getsinger 205;  Louis Green 201; Norman Holoubek 201; Herb Lewis 212; Al Lucas 222; Chet Mallory 209; Shirl Manchester 212; Dave Nicholas 210; Herbert Parson 200; Margaret Porter 204; Gerry Propp 208; Fred Ramirez 225-211-632; Geno Rodriguez 206-205-608; Sam Rothenbaum 201; Marilyn Scates 209; Jennie Seale 213; Cliff Semmler 204; Clint Sloan 235-218-648; Kurt Stoerck 215-214; Clinton Thomas 233; Owen Turner 234; EJ Weitzel 201; Roy Worthan 236-231-694; Michael Wright 226-231-251-708.

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