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Local Bowling Results

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Stars Recreation

Congratulations to Dennis Partlow Jr for rolling a 300 game in the Thursday Rejects league. Bowling in the Friday Mens Handicap league the twelfth strike eluded Daryl Gish as he shot a nice 299 game.

 Rancheros: Gary Filzen 201 Bill Oliver 219, 208 Ron Biesenthal 200 Tom Thomas 200 Rick Huseman 211 Lisa McKim 205 Mart Villatuya 200, 202, 237, 639 Mario Ochoa 225 Bill Slade 208 Les Warner III 225, 244, 224, 693 Judi Husted 201

The Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Bob DePaiva 230 Crispin Alfonso 257, 226, 232, 715 Mike Michaels 202 Joe Williams 257, 259, 684

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Bill Moore 204 Charlie Melton 226, 259, 709 Don Spurgeon 231, 238, 655 Lee Morris 231 Chris Jensen 204, 205, 604 Denny Jensen 236 John Lewis 226

Starlifters Trio: Hope Steele 206 Len Harris 227, 206, 604 Alan Fukushima 204 Ed Graff 213 Nathan Murray 203 Bill Slade 246, 614 Tina Norman 216

The Reno Mixed Four: Virgil King 210 Chad Morris 201, 213, 613 Mike Michaels 205 Crispin Alfonso 212 Brandon Cruz 234, 235, 626

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Daniel Bradshaw 201 Donny Phillips Jr. 237, 650 Della Kallenback 203, 224, 600 Mike Kallenback 228 Freeman Iverson 224 Dana Bates 224 Mike Pierce 221 Darla Hill 200, 204 Debbie Paulos 210 leroy Brown 214 Kip Hartnett 257, 655 Curtis Enyart 203 Bill Slade 226 Mark Grainger 215 Bernie LuVisi 221, 201, 614 David LuVisi 229, 236 Tom Morrow 207, 215, 267, 689

Hiz N Herz: Nancy Coleman 200, 208 Eric garrett 203 Keity Warner 204, 212 Greg Beasley 234, 246, 256, 736 John Chase 200 Shirley Brooks 200 Irvin Crews 202 Patricia McNally 231 Dave Adema 220 Chester Malaza 217 Bill Bell 215

Vaca Employees: Bob Antony 224 Dan Carroll 200 Rick Phillips 234 Dennis Hooten 202 Jeri Moseley 223 Tony Crockett 238 Ron Kellogg 257, 213, 642 David Grapentine 235 Bob LeVine 202 Les Warner III 257, 202, 651 Rey Corpuz 217 Bill Stan 209 Daryl Gish 246, 227, 680 Joe Vizzini 229, 225 Tim Mullery 247 Mitch Carroll 214, 232, 633 Bill Oliver 211 Rick Johnson 206 Kristian Violette 210 James Garner 202 Sam Rowe II 212, 216, 612 Eric Sampson 238, 652 Garrett Collins 200 Lucius Booker 234, 227, 630 Stevan Catania 211

Thursday Seniors: Darrell Baker 204 Ben Brown 202 Mike Michaels 202 Bob DePaiva 212 Marty Smith 209

Friday Twilighters Mixed: Eric Castleman 206, 221, 605 Kenny Manchester 248, 684 Nate George 224 Shorty Breeden 224, 225, 641 Phil Miranda 233, 247, 659 James Irvine II 246 Tom Millett III 212, 211, 228, 651 Jeff Conger 229 Curtis Ecalnea Jr. 232

Vaca Valley Wives: Sue Reese 210

Thursday Rejects: Daniel Roberts 213 John Shreve 222 Scott Stacey 205 Frances Jones 215 Debbie Paulos 245, 259, 666 David Jones 257, 237, 690 Ginger Bird 208 Dennis Partlow Sr. 223 Dennis Partlow Jr. 300, 691 Kenny Paulos Jr. 267, 695 Karla Case 228 Carl Case 214 John Callan 203 Rich Word 239, 234, 650 Terry Reilly 225, 227, 665 Kim Long 234 Marty LuVisi 215 Bernie LuVisi 235, 236, 651 Ken Lampkins 235, 267, 679 Paul Pacania 221 Irvin Crews 211 Janet Sardenga 226 Robert Felsch 204 David Davis 245, 246, 258, 749 John Kirgan 233, 247 Eric Jentgen 236, 257, 706 Bill Bollman 210 Phil Miranda 245, 235, 278, 759 Sue Vowels 247 Dennis Reed 238, 238, 677 Rudy Ramirez 235

Friday Mens HDCP 12-Vacaville Honda: Mike Bell 215, 206, 602 James P. 202 Dennis Reed 248, 244, 226, 718 John Kosar 202 Jim Chimera 238 Tony Broome 201, 225, 202, 627 Tony Crockett 237 Greig Parker 227 Troy Adams 2115, 247, 632 Ken Peterson 248 John Callan 269, 213, 669 Ken Doizaki 215 DJ Weitzel 258, 289, 740 Brian Mecham 245 Richard Word 266, 200, 628 Daryl Gish 236, 299, 224, 759 Glenn Evans 259, 240, 712 Kevin Yost 231, 607 KC Yost 248, 684 Ken Sanders 204 John Stensrud 240, 602 Jim Seale 227

Genentech 2012/2013: Ron Kellogg 212 Albert Lucas 201 Rob Murray 250

Die Hards: Deanna Lozonne 201

FSUSD: Tony Bergantz 225 Steve Levine 202 Sarah Webster 201

Sandbaggers: Richard Evans 227 Sig Flores 201 Ralph Galindo 212 Larry Lawrence 211, 201 Bernie LuVisi 209 Very Milton 234 , 604 Larry Sardenga 221, 221, 633

Stars & Strikes: Gordon Ball 211 Cheryl Broome 210 John Callan 201, 215, 602 Brian Cruz 214, 227, 635 Joshua DeGeorge 235 Lance Denney 210 Ryan Hatcher 224, 201, 607 Teresa Henry 203 Wayne Houseman 255, 609 Ronald Janne 227 Timothy Jolander 204 Mike Julio 234 Larry Millimen 209 Jan Morgan 201 Christopher Reynolds 298 Alan Sabugo 256, 221, 656 Ben Santos 234 William Slade 219 Bill Talley 200, 225 Ernest Taylor 206 Kimberly Wheaton 239

After Niners: Ryan Rowe 212, 204 Gary Wright 214 Bill Hurtman 228 Tommy Johnson 226, 653 Ray Wesolowski 200, 204 Rodney Wheatley 237

Funtimers: David Anderson 200 Richard T. 227, 203, 620 Aaron M. 204 Rhonda Sparks 203 Dave Lucas 236 Rush Dally 212 Kevin Zimmerman 244, 619

Travis Bowl

Travis Youth League: Alex Boyce 172-160-491; Jarred Couture 168-431; John Evalle 225-195-593; Ant Gualandi 153-168-467; Benji Gutierrez 155; Robert Holoubek 192-180-549; Daniel Holoubek 199-225-607; Sarah Markovich 172-168-495; Patrick Patenia 155; Kristina Squadrille 184.

Travis Seniors: Bo Bousley 213-213-636; Dan Clark 211; Ralph Estrellado 203; Richard Evans 205; Sig Flores 216; Louis Green 216; Charlie Guice 202; Gerry Propp 201-222; Fred Ramirez 202.

Military Wives: Carol Garcia 171; Darlene Propp 173; Marge Vanderway 170-171-485.

Boozers N Snoozers: Dean Anderson 268-617; James Boozer 204-210-600; Arlen Castro 206-202; Doug Daughtry 211-202; Eric Ferren 204; Ed Fresnoza 201; Roger Horn 235-224-672; Jason Lemay 223-236-630; Chet Mallory 211; AJ Markovich 213; Alfed Maynigo 203; Darren McIntyre 211; Fred Ramirez 208; James Richardson 212-212-608; Cathy Roberts 210; Geno Rodriguez 206; Jim Seifert 203; Nick Slaybaugh 215; Dave Sventek 200-216; Roy Worthan 206; Steve Yarbrough 206-249-646.

Wednesday Mixed: Neal Allard 250-245-662; Dean Anderson 245-617; Bo Bousley 231-279-702; Willie Davies 208; Ralph Estrellado 206; Dora Hart 202; Roger Horn 210-601; Michael Omler 216; Jim    Seale 207-215-616; Patrick Thomas 207; Roy     Worthan 225.

Little 21/2: Masako Franks 161; Rose McCown 161; Paulette Sherman 163; Doris Shultz 168-182-490.

Travis Intramural: Dan Brown 212; William Farmer 200; Rob Heap 200; Stephen McCulloch 212-215-290-717; Jerry Ray 207; Bob Yensko 220.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Neal Allard 203; Dean Anderson 204-213; Mike Carrillo 256-634; Ed Chappel 252-252-228-732; Rob Collins 216-219; David Dickson 207-206; Sandi Holmes 203; Roger Horn 248-221-663; Steven Ladringan 225; Ben Laulita 213; Al Lucas 209; Chet Mallory 261-240-266-767; Ivy Nicholas 207; Gerry Propp 201-209; Fred Ramirez 215; Jim Raudy 205-211-617; Geno Rodriguez 228; Clint Sloan 228-602; Michael Wright 213-237-630.

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