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Local bowling results

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December 17, 2011 |

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The past two weeks have yielded some real nice scores starting with Robby Callan in the Friday Mens Handicap, rolling a perfect 300, along with games of 248, 279, for an astounding 827 series. Kevin Mecham unleashes an 803 series with games of 289,266,248  in the Vacaville Honda All Star Draft League. Bowling in the Monday Mixed Rowdies, Donny Phillips shoots a 300 game, sandwiched between games of 232,233 for a nice 765 series. Hats off to you guys, nice bowling.

Rancheros: Dick Babington 218 Su Cordero 214 Curtis Enyart 205 Les Warner III 201, 203, 200, 604 Dawn Switzer 211 Lowell Switzer 254, 225, 677 Bruce Stewart Jr. 235 Matt Holman 201 Gary Filzen 213 Jim McKim 236 Carol Garcia 201 Steve Freeby 236, 606 Ron Biesenthal 203, 205 Peggy Creedon 221

Northbay Handicap Mixed: Dr. Van Aken 204, 204 Kevin Farantino 221 Gary Perseveranda 212

Monday Mixed Rowdies: Mike Pierce 210, 237, 627 James Broussard 204 Russ martin 206 Randy McCormick 237, 247, 665 Bernie LuVisi 211, 214, 214, 639 David LuVisi 233 Joy Sullivan 225 Aaron O`Connell 269, 289, 236, 794 Leroy Brown 228, 220, 642 Bill Slade 206 Viola Terry 204 Chris Jankans 202 Kevin Shaw 202 Donny Phillips 233, 300, 232, 765

Starlifters Trio: Mike Michaels 221 Vicky Finnegan 200

School Employees Mixed Trio: Ky G. Dally 203 William E. Slade 225 Michael J. Vanhoy 226, 212, 203, 641

FSUSD: Doug Butt 211 Sandee Neese 211 Bill Thompson 248 Sarah Webster 203

Sandbaggers: Ron Anderson 212 Ralph Buss 225, 224, 619 Carl Evans 232, 225, 205, 662 Sig Flores 212 Bernie LuVisi 232, 237, 685 Larry Sardenga 241, 215, 655

Leisure Town Senior Mixed Four: Joe Williams 204 Bob DePaiva 220

Friday Men`s HDCP 11 – Vacaville Honda: DJ Weitzel Jr.-R 257, 235, 269, 761 Glenn Valledor 203, 237, 609 Tony McKinney 255, 660 Tony Broome 246, 217, 256, 719 Paul McKinney 248 Dave Miller 255, 671 John Kosar 217 Jim Chimera 246, 215, 205, 666 Kip Hartnett 226, 267, 225, 718 John Stensrud 233, 223, 615 Ken Doizaki 226 Billy Varner 201 Kevin Mecham 226, 254, 664 Greig Parker 248, 635 KC Yost 226, 258, 233, 717 Bill Young 256, 660

Stars & Strikes: Cortney R. Baker 207 Dudley Nick Baker 223, 213, 213, 649 Christina J. Baker-Davis 204 Cheryl D. Broome 206 Tony Broome 213 James C. Burt 209, 248, 614 John P. Callan 246, 257, 678 Kyle A. Coburn 215, 235, 631 Anthony R. Freitas 218, 601 Darin M. Graham 244 Leyda I. Guzman 223, 604 Jim P. Hayes 215 Donald E. Henry 253, 275, 698 Donald E. Henry Jr. 231 William R. Hess 248, 279, 226, 753 Wayne H. Houseman 223 Ronald L. Janne 214 Kenneth F. Manchester 276, 237, 727 Kenny R. Manchester 235, 258, 258, 751 Dave C. Nicholas 214, 258, 670 Christopher T. Reynolds 236, 256, 237, 729 Alan L. Sabugo 241, 200, 614 Dan A. Simmons 221, 215 William E. Slade 245 Mary P. Tucker 200 Tom Vadnais 212

Friday Twilighters Mixed: Curtis Ecalnea Jr. 216 Jim Giron 213, 204 Doug Welpott 231 Joe Farley 256, 693 Diana Roberts 203 Eric Castleman 234 Jeff Daniels 212 Linda Vorhees 221 Brian Harris 235, 601 Jim Irvine 231, 210, 619 Marcie Miranda 203 Phil Miranda 226, 259, 694

Thursday Seniors: Bill Slade 220 Mike Julio 206 Jim Helton 214 Vicky Finnegan 207 Joe Cannon 210 Hope Steele 223 Bob DePaiva 205 Ralph Galindo 204 Jim McNeely 204 Mike Michaels 235

Reno Mixed Four: Crispin Alfonso 215, 209, 618 Chad Morris 201 Scott Eldridge 225 Simba Pone 204

Saturday Mixed Rowdies: Don Spurgeon 228, 269, 671 Charlie Melton 243, 259, 699 Tex Davis 226 Louie DeBartolo 225 Chris Jensen 246, 609 Denny Jensen 243

Vacaville Match Club: Bo Bousley 235, 234, 661 Jim Lincoln 204 Dean Deatherage 266 Wayne Spencer 245, 247, 234, 726 Erik Parseyhrav 225 Joy Sullivan 220 Janet Sardenga 204, 226, 227, 657 Steve Sardenga 209, 219, 244, 672 Bill McLaughlin 232 John Callan 212, 211 John Brodie 216

Thursday Rejects: Ben Wood 235, 213, 628 Dennis Reed 277, 226, 229, 732 Kim James 210 Adam Butler 242 Rudy Ramirez 226 Joe LaTona 243, 681 James Seale Sr. 247, 248, 225, 720 Steve Sardenga Sr. 212, 234, 641 John Callan 234 Jim Lincoln 202 Earl Copper 211 Ernie Trejo 242, 631 CJ Reilly 214 Rich Word 203, 206 Eric Jentgen 234, 255, 704 Carl Case 210, 202 Robert Felsch 202 Randy McCormick 237, 615 Debbie Paulos 223 Jerry Reed 256, 248, 235, 739 David Hutson 202 Tom Looney 245 Gary Woodward 201 Kenny Paulos Jr. 236, 247, 687 Dennis Partlow Jr. 235, 299, 722 Ken Lampkins 248, 257, 681 Leroy Brown 204, 200 KC Yosi 279, 228, 679 Irvin Crews 210 Steven Pangborn 235 Bernie LuVisi 225

Vaca Employees: Mike Fisher 226, 201, 606 Rick Johnson 202 Les Warner III 212, 212 Dennis Hooten 223 Eric Sampson 216 Lucius Booker 204  Nick Guisto 226, 244, 658 Jason Conrad 209, 234, 256, 699 Jon Roberts 246, 257, 723 Allen Weihe 232, 257, 682 Rob Larsen Jr. 200, 214, 610 Ervin Hadenfeldt 234 Merle Abbas 206 Joe Vizzini 222 Darrell Baker 232 James Garner 226 Robbie Kazen 201 James Nesser 204 Daryl Gish 226

Hiz N Herz: Josh DeGeorge 235, 213, 615 William Moss 238, 205, 622 Eric Garrett 201, 225, 203, 629 Greg  Beasley 203 Keity Warner 231, 222, 611 Les Warner 239 Dennis Danielson 230, 248, 675 Patricia McNally 222 Len Devoto 208 Steven Fikes 229

After Niners: Bill Hartman 211,212,603 Gary Wright 224 Rodney Wheatley 256,247,683 Mark Martinson 205,204 Tommy Johnson 243 Dave Stevenson 249,607 Rush Dally 264,630

Funtimers: Shawn Reynolds 239 Estabon Gonzalez 203 Eric Vaughn 202 Danny Lucas, 204,200 David Anderson 205

Vacaville Honda All Star Draft: Top Ten High Game, Jim McKim 290 Kevin Mecham 289 Wayne Carter 279 Dennis Reed, Bill Hess, Robby Callan 278 Josh Bousley 276 Robby Callan 269 Eric Castleman, Kenny Manchester 268  Top Ten Series, Kevin Mecham 803 Robby Callan 752 Les Clark 736 Wayne Carter 727 Bill Hess 720 RD Erickson 716 Jon Roberts 715 Ed Chappell, Jim McKim 705 Don Henry 700

Travis Bowl

Travis Youth League: Ant Gualandi 170; Robert Holoubek 196-217-585; Manika Squadrille 183; Shane Wright 224-524.

Travis Seniors: Dan Clark 202; Sanders Dyson 201; Ralph Estrellado 209-202-608; Richard Evans 214; Roi Ladringan 215-225-600; Herb Lewis 209; Gerry Propp 211; EJ Weitzel 204.

Travis Classic(4 Games): Neal Allard 247-228-219-854; Dean Anderson 210; Josh Bousley 214-233-823; Bo Bousley 200; Dan Brown 230-202-806; Rob Collins 203-206; David Dickson 219-256-210-835; Branddon Dormady 215-233-816; Dennis Emory 246-212-221-850; Carl Evans 214; JD Floyd 235-235-854; Todd Hyman 242; Alan Lattell 212-213; Mike Lattell 214; Al Lucas 221; Rich Lutton 204; Chet Mallory 200-231-202-814; Jim Raudy 221; Jim Seale 254-249-205-899; James Seale Jr 204-200-236-827; Clint Sloan 209; Clinton Thomas 247; Rob Vickroy 212; Ray Wesolowaki 215; Rodney Wheatley 233-231-853; Roy Worthan 216.

Military Wives: Masako Franks 171; Carol Garcia 188; Marge Vanderway 175.

Boozers N Snoozers: Mike Ambruso 235-212-651; Ed Bauman 206; Tom Bruno 237-203; Casey Comer 209; Allen Eslinger 230; Lang Hart 200; Coleen Hedspeth 202; Russ Jones 202; Della Kallenback 225-609; Mike Kallenback 253-237-698; Roi Ladringan 202; Jason Lemay 229; Orlando Lujan 245; Ernie Maligaya 254-612; Darren McIntyre 209; Dino Reginato 205; James Richardson 218-202-613; Geno Rodriguez 234-213-624; Ray Scates 212-201; Dave Sventek 210; Owen Turner 266-653; Brian Vaughn 213-201; Dave Wilder 206; Steve Yarbrough 245-279-681.

Wednesday Mixed: Dean Anderson 233; Bo Bousley 200; Michael Coffey 203; Dave Dickson 280-246-717; San Dyson 211-211; Richard Eisen 203-214; Ralph Estrellado 229-226-635; J.D. Floyd 226-244-694; Moses Gines 200; Cres Gomez 211; Lorna Hopkins 204; Darren McIntyre 202-236; Alfred M 202; Oscar Reyna 224; Jim Seale 236-237-646; Tim Sisson 203; Sina Walker 202; Roy Worthan 268-247-673.

Little 2 1/2: Wanda Miley 187; Doris Shultz 194; Irene Tritch 182.

Travis Intramural: James Brewster 237; Dan Dettwiler 201-210-612; Dan Drumheller 201; Gregorio Lipat 205-211; Esteban Plaza 202; Noah Rios 208-229; Kenny Stoner    201.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Neal Allard 224-204; Dean Anderson 236; Ben Brown 212; Tom Bruno 240; Daryl Cadabona 212; Doug Daughtry 210; Branddon Dormady 236-226-658; Richard Eisen 218; Dennis Emory 203-201; Louis Green 222-267-636; Herb Lewis 201; Al Lucas 234; Dave Nicholas 236-237-639; Ivy Nicholas 202; Fred Ramirez 279-202-663; Jim Raudy 245-622; Geno Rodriguez 264243-702; Sam Rothenbaum 201; Ray Scates 207; Kurt Stoerck 202; Owen Turner 208; Bob Vunesky 224; Roy Worthan 216-602; Michael Wright 217-216-639.

 

 

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