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Local bowling results

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February 12, 2012 |

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Bowling in the Vacaville Honda All Star  Draft league, Robby Callan puts twelve in a row on the board for a nice 300 game. Jim Seale Sr is the newest member to the 11 in a Row club with a 299 game in the Thursday Rejects

Friday Mens HDCP 11-Vacaville Honda: Mike Bell 245, 236, 641 Glenn Valledor 200, 232, 610 Ken Sanders 202, 224, 608 Mike Burlison 249, 680 Kirk Thornhill 657 DJ Weitzel Jr. -R 268, 226, 225, 719 Ron Mitchell 259, 237, 691 Mel Gordon 206 John Kirgan 278, 670 Tony McKinney 259, 697 Sean M. 210 Greig Parker 232, 250, 236, 718 Andy Anderson 222, 217, 6629 Troy Adams 226 Dave Miller 247, 257, 233, 737 John Kossar 247, 235, 653 Kip Hartnett 237, 656 Bill Hess 235 Ken Peterson 245, 663 Kevin Yost 236, 206, 621 Jim Seale Sr. 258, 253, 702

Thursday Rejects: Jeri Bristol 201 Irvin Crews 203 Dennis Reed 225 Earl Copper 212 Jim Lincoln 201 Dennis Partlow Sr. 245 Kenny Paulos Jr. 237, 225 Dennis Partlow Jr. 243 Ben Wood 232, 256, 204, 692 Carl Case 222, 602 Bernie LuVisi 238, 239, 673 Joe LaTona 230, 235, 688 James Seale Sr. 226, 299, 722 Jerry Reed 268, 266, 714 Mike Julio 236 Marty Smith 242 Adam Butler 204 Daniel Dillon 212 Steve Sardenga Sr. 209 Terry Reilly 244 Leroy Brown 224, 202, 605 David Davis 267, 258, 241, 766 John Kirgan 276, 672 Glenn Evans 235, 226, 668 Davis Hutson 216, 237, 604 Tom Looney 225

Rancheros: Charles Hunter 211 Bill Slade 254, 274, 672 Matt Holman 211 Gary Filzen 204 Curtis Enyart 232 Ron Biesenthal 215, 205, 603 Judi Husted 202

Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Bob DePaiva 203, 207 Bob Ritchie 209 Stewart McCale 202

Vaca Employees: Steven Clapper 211 Rob Larsen Jr. 268 Ervin Hadenfeldt 221 Bob Antony 223 Rick Phillips 201 Mike Fisher 233, 213, 638 Bill Thompson 200 Eric Sampson 201 Rod Moses 202 Lucius Booker 203 Kristian Violette 201 Les Warner III 231, 220, 605 Nick Giusto 210 Jason Conrad 204, 203, 224, 631 Jon Roberts 241, 229, 237, 707 Allen Weihe 255, 217, 635 Merle Abbas 247 Larry Beierschmitt 242 Cliff Letterman 234, 203, 204, 641 Joe Vizzini 242, 222, 630 Daryl Gish 267, 688 Joy Sullivan 201

Hiz N Herz: Dennis Danielson 203 Dave Adema 234, 205, 600 Jeff Graham 201 Damon Fraticelli 202 Debbie Paulos 205, 241, 634 John Chase 200 Greg Beasley 233, 608 Brandon Neal 202, 202, 214, 618 Steven Fikes 209, 202 Tony Broome 207 Rami Gasim 218 Josh DeGeorge 211, 245, 628 Eric Garrett 237, 287, 665

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Chris Jankans 214, 200 Bill Slade 202 Tim Collier 208 Rose Manning 210 Marna Rollins 207 Aaron O`Connell 237, 673 Randy McCormick 204, 204 James Lofton 213 Nelson Burton 209 Tyler Butts 200 James Broussard 227, 204, 214, 645 Darla Hill 212, 202, 221, 635 Debbie Paulos 212 Leroy Brown 221, 278, 697 Kip Hartnett 244, 673 Bernie LuVisi 215, 218, 225, 658 David LuVisi 227 Kevin Shaw 201 Joy Sullivan 212 Rodney Smith 204

Starlifters Trio: Cindy Alessandri 202, 206, 604 Len Harris 202 Bill Slade 225

Stars & Strikes: Dudley Baker 227 Ken Barnes 214, 244, 650 Michael Berriz 211 Brady Bluske 215 Tony Broome 200, 227 James Burt 213 Russ Costanza 207, 204 Herbert Cruz 213 Lance Denney 201 Pete Frost 234 Bramley Gardner 223 Nathan George 202 Ron Hatfield 214 Ronald Hedspeth 205 Donald Henry Jr. 220, 200, 211, 631 William Hess 226, 247, 679 Sheryle Jolander 222 Kenneth Manchester 233 Kenny Manchester 269, 279, 751 Shirley Manchester 211, 213 Larry Millimen 203 Kirk Morris 256, 236 Wanda Nicholas 235, 605 Paul Pacania III 225 Dennis Partlow Jr. 232 Christopher Reynolds 278 Alan Sabugo 203, 245, 630 Ben Santos 223 Dan Simmons 205, 202 William Slade 200 Tom Vadnais 211, 201, 611 Keity Warner 212, 221, 624

Northbay Handicap Mixed: Donald Dickson 201 Kevin Farantino 207

School Employees Mixed Trio: Ky Dally 248, 234, 654 Rush Dally 236, 213, 619  Michael Dwonch 200 Al Mendle 212

Die Hards: Judy Cooper 200 May Duncan 207 Toni Torix 209

FSUSD: John Alexander 201 Mike Bordua 208 Bill Thompson 236, 214, 643 Moses York 210

Genentech 2012: Matt Herring 202

Sandbaggers: Larry Lawrence 200 Bernie LuVisi 234, 659 Steve Sardenga 228

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Charlie Melton 246,692 Chris Jensen 221,201,237,659 George Brown 201,204 Tex Davis 204 Tony Bares 202 Don Spurgeon247,233,673 Bill Moore 221

After Niners: Tommy Johnson 225 Ray Wesolowski 205,235,626 Gary Wright 202 Mark Martinson 210 Ryan Rowe 223 Rush Dally 213,213,612 Andres Guzman 201 Bobby Hale 201,202

Funtimers: Tre Tonic Finley 206,214,202,622  Estaban Gonzalez 203 Shawn Reynolds 226 Luis Nunez 213,263,653 Matt Appleby 216 Larry Arthur 225 Don Sparks 210 212,602 Lang Hart 203  Tony Stone 213

Vacaville Honda All Star Draft:  Top Ten High Game, Robby Callan 300  Paul Vowels,KC Yost 279 Eddie Johnson 278 Les Clark 277  David Miller, Dave Davis 276 KC Yost 267 Ken Peterson 266 Russell Lopes 263  Top Ten High Series, Russell Lopes 747  KC Yost 745 Kevin Mecham 737 Robby Callan 725 David Miller 717 Todd Glover 715 Brian Mecham 712 John Reed 708 Ed Chappell, Les Clark 706

Travis Bowl

Travis Youth League: Caesar Correa 171; Sara Drumheller 180; Ant Gualandi 190; Robert Holoubek 195-216-605; Daniel Holoubek 227-572; Patrick Patenia 179-200-513; Patrick Thomas 172-209-533.

Travis Seniors: Sanders Dyson 215; Ralph Estrellado 203-229-600; Richard Evans 245; Cris Gomez 213; Louis Green 203; Charlie Guice 221; Jim Irvine 249-214-634; Roi Ladringan 242; Herb Lewis 205; Gerry Propp 203; Clint Sloan 265-200-657.

Travis Classic(4 Games): Dean Anderson 248-258-210-915; Bo Bousley 240-209-259-867; Josh Bousley 243-224-818; Rob Collins 203; David Dickson 200-216; Carl Evans 215; JD Floyd 213-219-821; Roger Horn 246-200-810; Alan Lattell 224-218-801; Al Lucas 200-205; Chet Mallory 208-213-203; Jim Raudy 203; Sam Rothenbaum 213-221; Jim Seale 231-260-876; James Seale Jr 223-266-233-223-945; Clint Sloan 222; Clinton Thomas 237-210-217-863; Rob Vickroy 224; Ray Wesolowaki 226-201; Rodney Wheatley 218; Roy Worthan 234-201-217-801; Scott Wouda 222-233-817; Mike Yonetoni 241-210-840.

Military Wives: Masako Franks 184; Marge Vanderway 177.

Boozers N Snoozers: Ed Bauman 200; Anucha Boontip 222-205-625; Kevin Childers 200; Dan Clark 252-620; Casey Comer 202; Doug Daughtry 226-203-600; Ryan Doyel 200-212; Allen Eslinger 203; Cris Gomez 213-201; Coleen Hedspeth 202; Roger Horn 207; EL Johnson 202; Russ Jones 257; Della Kallenback 203; Mike Kallenback 202-241-639; Roi Ladringan 211; Jason Lemay 234-247-623; Geno Rodriguez 235-208-605; Dave Sventek 232-207; Ben Tadano 213; Owen Turner 214-226-642; Tyler Vasquez 234-255-221-710; Brian Vaughn 208; Brian Weber 213; Chuck Wetzel 228; Steve Yarbrough 236.

 Wednesday Mixed: Charles Boggs 205; Anucha Boontip 222-222-634; Bo Bousley 205-278-224-707; Louis Cooper 236; Dave Dickson 233-246-248-727; San Dyson 200-236; Richard Eisen 204-214-601; J.D. Floyd 258-202-651; Bev Germany 223; Moses Gines 238; Louis Green 223-217-640; Jim Irvine 213-246-640; Russ Jones 202-203; Alfred M 210; Oscar Reyna 215-215; Jim Seale 245-223-269-737; Tim Sisson 226-208-604; Roy Worthan 290-208-224-722.

Little 2 ½: Masako Franks 172; Doris Shultz 171-180; Irene Tritch 173.

Travis Intramural: Tom Astarita 214-200; Dan Brown 226-233-632; Mason Cairns 200-224; Dan Dettwiler 224; William Farmer 217; Michael Hornbuckle 214; Gregorio Lipat 216; Jeremy Mapalo 214; Stephen McCulloch 215-221-633; Lloyd Moore 212; Marcus Smith 213; Rick Thorp 243-205-633.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Neal Allard 209-256-671; Dean Anderson 266-241-671; Anucha Boontip 249-626; Tom Bruno 200-202; Ed Chappel 255-236-212-703; Liza Clark 223; Herb Cruz 237-205-611; Jim Davis 215-604; Erika Davis 204; Branddon Dormady 206-258-629; Dennis Emory 209-222-636; Ray Getsinger 239; Cres Gomez 233; Louis Green 237-617; Sandi Holmes 224; Lynn Knight 200; Larry Lawrence 200; Herb Lewis 224; Al Lucas 203-203-603; Chet Mallory 226-245-695; Shirl Manchester 200; Dave Nicholas 223; Gerry Propp 236-237-675; Fred Ramirez 204; Jim Raudy 228-211-629; Geno Rodriguez 203-210; Sam Rothenbaum 237-200-616; Ray Scates 207; Rosetta Sennette 202; Clint Sloan 213-237-608; Clinton Thomas 216-243-617; Owen Turner 226-246-683; EJ Weitzel 207-242-610; Michael Wright 201.

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