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Local bowling report for Nov. 18, 2012

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From page B4 | November 18, 2012 |

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Friday Mens HDCP 12-Vacaville Honda: Greig Parker 220, 217, 213, 650 Troy Adams 204, 265, 662 Andy Anderson 220 Jeff Parker 277, 280, 749 Richard Word 215 Daryl Gish 289, 715 Glenn Evans 227 John Kirgan 228 Fred Varner 248, 244, 703 Mike Bell 212 James P. 200, 224 Dennis Reed 244, 276, 744 Wayne S. 245, 661 Ken Peterson 245 John Callan 246, 622 Ken Doizaki 236, 202, 607 D.J. Weitzel 256, 236, 225, 717 Tony Broome 226 Tony Crockett 253, 696 John Kosar 256, 235, 228, 719 Kip Hartnett 247 James Seale Jr. 226, 660 Torry Arthur 247 KC Yost 243, 652 Ken Sanders 203 Frank Russell 258, 668

Friday Twilighters Mixed: Jeff Conger 212, 202, 235, 649 Nate George 221 Shorty Breeden 256 Joe Farley 249, 225, 654 Jim Irvine 203 Eric Castleman 239 Doug Welpott 201, 205 Dick Banks 242, 211, 637 Curtis Ecalnea 213, 223, 629 Linda Vorhees 201 Brian Harris 247, 621 Melissa Manchester 200 Kenny Manchester 280, 258, 734 Anthony Pereira 201, 202 Lucius Booker 236

Thursday Seniors: Mike Michaels 214, 223, 617 Darrell Baker 207, 244, 642 Marty Smith 200, 226, 619 Len Harris 208

Vaca Employees: Daryl Gish 235, 227, 665 Rey Corpuz 235, 214, 639 Greg Betita 204 Larry Beierschmitt 201 Joe Vizzini 244, 258, 678 Kertis Hursh 210 Tim W. Mullery 226 Steven Clapper 210 Robbie Kazen 209 James Garner 202, 220 Sam Rowe II 226 David Grapentine 246, 247, 696 Bill Bovich 223 Les Warner III 202, 205 Rick Phillips 203 Mike Fisher 202 Scott Dyer 206, 246, 238, 690 Rick Johnson 214 Rod Moses 215, 227, 203, 645 Lucius Booker 213 Jeri Moseley 211

Starlifters Trio: Tina Norman 235, 606 Alan Fukushima 208 Nathan Murray 204 Bill Slade 213, 202 Hope Steele 200 Rose Palomo 222

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Norman George 204 Joy Sullivan 211 Donny Phillips Jr. 235 Bernie LuVisi 234, 235, 688 David LuVisi 225 Mike Kallenback 217, 214, 615 Darla Hill 210 Debbie Paulos 203, 215, 600 Leroy Brown 237 Kip Hartnett 277 Tom Morrow 212, 216 Curtis Enyart 229, 604 Bill Slade 223, 200 Freeman Iverson 216 Marty LuVisi 221 Ira Manning 212 Rose Manning 209

Hiz N Herz: Jeff Graham 207 Dennis Danielson 230 Nancy Coleman 202 Damon Fraticelli 214 Debbie Paulos 209, 204 Greg Beasley 226 Gene Powers 224 Steven Fikes 202, 204, 222, 628

Thursday Rejects: Joshua Moore 200 Darrell Moore 206, 220, 608 Jerry Reed 228 Bill Arrington 202 Robert Felsch 211 Phil Nollar 210 Janet Sardenga 225 Steve Sardenga Sr. 234 Ginger Bird 222 Dennis Partlow Sr. 202, 211 Dennis Partlow Jr. 234, 234, 666 Kenny Paulos Jr. 267, 255, 700 Bill Bollman 235, 226, 621 Phil Miranda 248, 231, 248, 727 Dennis Reed 248, 659 Marc Burrell 200 Ben Wood 202 Jeremy McGuire 223 Marty LuVisi 205 Wendy Howell 200 Bernie LuVisi 237, 658 Karla Case 204 Carl Case 225 Ernie Stirmaman 208 Rudy Ramirez 241, 257, 710 Randy McCormick 214 Debbie Paulos 203 Stephanie Hutson 220 David Hutson 233, 247, 650 Mike Juilo 235 Marty Smith 222, 203, 609 Steven Pangborn 216, 214, 600 Ken Lampkins 225, 652 Leroy Brown 211 Rich Word 200, 202, 601 Terry Reilly 248 John Callan 217 Jim Lincoln 200 David Davis 244, 665 John Kirgan 244, 233, 677 Eric Jentgen 225, 237, 268, 730 Jeri Bristol 204

Rancheros: Ron Biesenthal 235, 607 Bill Slade 215 Lisa McKim 201, 213 Dawn Switzer 209 Dave Harriman 201 Lowell Switzer 279, 686 Bruce Stewart Jr. 226, 671 Bill Oliver 206 Ben Brown 212 Gene Gough 210 Les Warner III 234 Rene Romiski 202 Matt Holman 203, 207, 604 Jim McKim 232 Gary Nesbitt 210 Mart Villatuya 258, 203, 650

The Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Erick Sijersen 202 Mike Michaels 203 Joe Williams 213, 215

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Kathy Dubravetz 203 Tyler George 247, 202, 648 Margaret Davis 201 Tony Bares 202, 246, 639 Don Spurgeon 239, 248, 288, 775 Chris Jensen 213, 222, 237, 672 Denny Jensen 237, 239, 668

Stars & Strikes: Troy Adams 244, 671 Ken Barnes 208 Jason Black 249, 245, 686 Daniel Blanton 206 James Burt 275, 234, 678 Elaine Byers 209 John Callan 207, 203 Brian Cruz 237 Joshua DeGeorge 227 Ryan Hatcher 222 Ron Hatfield 214 William Hess 300, 709 Wayne Houseman 224 Ronald Janne 226 Kenny Manchester 236, 226, 683 Larry Millimen 201 Kirk Morris 234 Dave Nicholas 227 Wanda Nicholas 220 Dennis Partlow Jr. 234, 681 Marjorie Plain 208 Cristopher Reynolds 255 Ben Santos 235, 258, 716 Dan Simmons 200, 243, 212, 655 William Slade 233  Bill Talley 202, 206 Doug Talley 214, 212 Steven Talley 254 Ernest Taylor 208, 232, 628 Tom Vadnais 200 Kimberly Wheaton 215, 204

FSUSD: Sandee Neese 203 Bill Thompson 214

Sandbaggers: Ralph Buss 240 Carl Evans 204 Richard Evans 233 Sig Flores 225 Deborah Ford 204 Ralph Galindo 200 Louis Green 234, 611 Del Kohrt 203 Larry Lawrence 211, 242, 651 Bernie LuVisi 266, 665 Larry Sardenga 200 Steve Sardenga 216

School Employees Trio: Ron Hatfield 203 Terry Nelson 205 Don Reppond 210 Laurie Savage 245 Michael Vanhoy 204

Genentech 2012/2013: Joe Fiori 209 Ron kellogg 204 Albert Lucas 209 Joel Rydman 210

Northbay 2012: Jose Del Real 200

Funtimers: Aaron M. 264, 247, 212, 723 Rush Dally 200 Ky Dally 205, 202, 203, 610 Richard T. 201

After Niners: Rush Dally 203, 209 Rodney Wheatley 238, 668 Gordon Rubbins 249 Ryan Rowe 201, 278, 658

 

Travis Bowl

Travis Youth League: Alex Boyce 171-152; John Evalle 211-230-577; Ant Gualandi 189-185-489; Robert Holoubek 186-161-481; Daniel Holoubek 202-227-577; Patrick Patenia 183-159-492.

Travis Seniors: Dean Anderson 236-608; Bo Bousley 223-606; Dan Clark 212; Sanders Dyson 221-211-607; Ralph Estrellado 209; Carl Evans 225-261-676; Gerry Propp 246-202-630.

Military Wives: Masako Franks 187-163; Carol Garcia 160; Eleanor McCale 160-164; Pat Scott 161.

Boozers N Snoozers: Mike Ambruso 269-231-672; Dean Anderson 207; Ed Bauman 203; James Boozer 210; Laurie Brown 211; Shawn Crossman 214; Doug Daughtry 224-216; Lu DiGregorio 213-216; Nikki Dunsmore 256-609; Nic Faykosh 235-232-656; Cres Gomez 202-214; Roger Gomez 203; Roger Horn 265-642; Mike Kallenback 257-209-641; Della Kallenback 222; Roi Ladringan 200; Rose Lance 225; Jason Lemay 224; Ernie Maligaya 204-203; AJ Markovich 224; Fred Ramirez 202; Hilda Ramirez 224; James Richardson 234-246-664; Geno Rodriguez 200; Ray Scates 214; Tyler Vasquez 210-216; Brittani Waddington 203; Roy Worthan 235; Steve Yarbrough 222.

Wednesday Mixed: Neal Allard 215-235; Dean Anderson 214-201; Bo Bousley 203; Mike Carrillo 224; David Dickson 238-633; Dennis Emory 211-286-698; Ralph Estrellado 202-209; J.D. Floyd 227-215; Louis Green 215; Roger Horn 254-605; Jim Irvine 239; Ben Laulita 213; Ernesto Maligaya 225; Michael Omler 201; Oscar Reyna 215; Jim Seale 238-221-653; Clinton Thomas 206; Sina Walker 225; Roy Worthan 203-217-614.

Little 21/2: Barb Barker 187; Masako Franks 181; Rose McCown 176-200-532; Doris Shultz 163.

Travis Intramural: Eric Dukes 234; Nikki Dunsmore 205; Gregorio Lipat 221-223-611; Ernie Maligaya 219; Chet Mallory 233-211-643; Stephen McCulloch 237-226-688; Jerry Ray 258-246-667.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Neal Allard 216-218-637; Dean Anderson 207-213-601; Anucha Boontip 233-215-629; Mike Carrillo 216; Ed Chappel 227-265-237-729; Herb Cruz 224-218-647; David Dickson 257-221-670; J D Floyd 212-213-623; Cris Gomez 206-216-613; Louis Green 216-204-602; Roger Horn 222-246-676; Noli Ladringan 216; Roi Ladringan 201; Chet Mallory 236-621; Jim Raudy 233; Jerry Ray 223; Ray Scates 201; James Seale 225; Clinton Thomas 213-212; Jerry Wright 230-606.

 

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