Sunday, April 26, 2015
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Travis Bowl Highlights

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From page B5 | March 16, 2014 |

Travis Youth League: Daniel Craig 158-145-433; Sierra Ferren 155; Kristopher Gamilla 142; Anthony Gualandi 216-180-559; Katherine Newman 163-420; Kylie Wetzel 137-161-411.

Travis Seniors: Neal Allard 206; Bo Bousley 214-247-653; Ralph Estrellado 213; Richard Evans 223; Sig Flores 221; Charlie Guice 210-205; Gerry Propp 212; Sam Rothenbaum 224-209-634; EJ Weitzel 214; Michael Wright 257-210-631.

Senior Wives: Masako Franks 171-176; Carol Garcia 169-170-503; Sue Getsinger 165; Darlene Propp 170-482.

Boozers N Snoozers: Neal Allard 204; Dean Anderson 227; Veryl Brovald 257-268-719; Kevin Childers 215; Steve Curtis 201; David Dickson 216-604; Lu DiGregorio 254; Ralph Estrellado 206-206-600; Danny Holoubek 206; Robby Holoubek 203-214; Lorna Hopkins 215-    205; Roger Horn 221-235-663; EL Johnson 222; Della Kallenback 214-201-609; Roi Ladringan 201; Ernie Maligaya 215; Chet Mallory 211; Al Markovich 207-243-633; AJ Markovich 211; Jeremy Phillips 232-224-664; Darrol Prill 222-200; Hilda Ramirez 200; James Richardson 248-279-250-777; Geno Rodriguez 236-614;  Ray Scates 221-226-616; Manika Squadrille 203; Dave Sventek 201; Owen Turner 227-202-631; Sina Walker 203; Dave Wilder 238; Roy Worthan 248-202-636; Steve Yarbrough 236-235-682.

Wednesday Mixed: Dean Anderson 254-242-221-717; Josh Bousley 200-226-618; Bo Bousley 239-222-663; Larry Cooper 233-605; Richard Eisen 200-205; Dennis Emory 205-224-610; JD Floyd 276-209-686; Troy Ham 201-215-604; Jim Seale 218-239-248-705; Clinton Thomas 202-202;  Roy Worthan 215-258-664.

Little 21/2: LaVerne Aldrich 174; Barb Barker 168; Masako Franks 177; Karen Gerlacher 161; Rose McCown 163-172-484; Mac McCumber 190-165-494; Wanda Miley 161; Linda Sacco 179; Doris Shultz 192-171-530.

Travis Intramural: Jamian Areniego 204; Dan Brown 200-223; Rob Collins 217; Nikki Dunsmore 215-224-617; Michael Hornbuckle 205-222; Chet Mallory 200-203-603; Jack McCoy 215-267-663; Stephen McCulloch 222-238-259-719.

Guys and Dolls Mixed: Neal Allard 221; Dean Anderson 205-222-618; Josh Bousley 215-241-645; Bo Bousley 212; Daryl Cadabona 211; Mike Carrillo 213; Ed Chappell 233-236-665; Jim Davis 204-235-609; David Dickson 232-244-657; Dennis Emory 202-202; J D Floyd 203-236-623; Louis Green 222; Daniel Holoubek 208-259-268-735; Robert Holoubek 245; EL Johnson 201; Lynn Knight 202; Al Lucas 214; Chet Mallory 201-234-625; Dave Nicholas 203;  Frank Porter 202; Gerry Propp 202-204; Fred Ramirez 219-200; Jim Raudy 245-226-641; Geno Rodriguez 232; Sam Rothenbaum 227-244-614; Ray Scates 227-602; Clinton Thomas 211; EJ Weitzel 243-611; Roy Worthan 222-213-647; Michael Wright 237-617.

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