The Ottumwa Courier


January 14, 2014

Weekly Area Bowling Scores


Girls High Game: Cheyanne Stgarr 221, Payton Wilbanks 155, Drew Potter 154, Makayla Martsching 149, Catie Vaux 148

Girls High Series: Cheyanne Starr 493, Payton Wilbanks 446, Drew Potter 432, Catie Vaux 417, Makayla Martsching 335

High Team Game: We Don’t Have One 714

High Team Series: Purple Dino 2002


Women’s High Game: Lisa Paris 176, Rachael Martsching 137, Kim Dodson 122, Lynne Tauchen 116, Rebecca Wilbanks 112

Women’s High Series: Lisa Paris 466, Rachael Martsching 365, Lynne Tauchen 333, Kim Dodson 330, Rebecca Wilbanks 307

Men’s High Game: Travis Wilbanks 224, Alan Paris 200, Mike Martsching 192, Dan Payne 167, John Tauchen 153

Men’s High Series: Travis Wilbanks 602, Alan Paris 557, Dan payne 491, Mike martsching 450, John Tauchen 411

High Team Game: 3 Babes and a Dude 855

High Team Series: God Rocks 2429


Sunday Night Mixed

Women’s High Game: Christine Weilbrenner 185, Nancy Barnett 179, Mert Weilbrenner 169, Lora York 165, Kacy Saner 154, Allison Gillies 1545

Men’s High Game: Aaron Barnett 268, Norm Robertson Jr. 247, Mike White 238, Jeremy Songer 234, Dan Dyer 225

Women’s High Series: Christine Weilbrenner 486, Nancy Barnett 450, Mert Weilbrenner 441, Kacy Saner 440, Lora York 426

Men’s High Series: Norm Robertson Jr. 712, Mike White 680, Aaron Barnett 648, Dan Dyer 648, Mike Nichols 635

High Team Game: Gang Greene 978

High Team Series: Armagedden 2595

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  • Prep Baseball TONIGHTClass 4A, Substate FinalWest Des Moines Valley (23-16) at Ottumwa (25-15), 7 p.m. (1240 AM KBIZ)

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  • Ottumwa Midwest falls to Grandview BOONE – The Ottumwa Midwest All-Stars lost to Grandview Little League, 9-1, despite a solid day by Sam Matthiesen from both the mound and the plate. Matthiesen had a hit in the second inning and held the potent Grandview lineup without an earned run

    July 23, 2014

  • On Tap Thursday Prep Softball Class 2A State Semifinals Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont vs. Highland at Fort Dodge (Diamond 1), 11 a.m.

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  • Resilient Trojans one win from state FAIRFIELD — There were wild pitches, wild throws and wild rulings. Runs were earned, unearned, given, taken away and given right back.If the fifth-ranked Fairfield baseball team wanted to prove they could overcome adversity and continue toward the go

    July 22, 2014

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    July 22, 2014

  • Top-ranked North Polk too much for Blue Demons in substate final INDIANOLA — Senior pitcher Grant Lang did everything but drive the bus for the top-ranked North Polk baseball team on Tuesday. Instead, he simply drove the Comets to the Class 2A State Baseball Tournament on Tuesday.Lang not only shut out the Albia B

    July 22, 2014

  • Big Reds get 30th win and district title CENTERVILLE — Seventh-ranked Centerville dominated Keokuk from start to finish Monday night at Pat Daugherty Field. The 11-1 five inning win was the Big Reds’ 30th of the season gave them the Class 3A, District 12 baseball championship.Centerville wi

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  • No. 1 Twin Cedars clinches return to state OSKALOOSA — After needing two runs in the final two innings to keep their perfect season alive on Saturday, top-ranked Twin Cedars took all the drama out of the Class 1A, Substate 6 Final in the very first inning on Tuesday. Drew Carlson drilled a tw

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