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September 23, 2013

Weekly Bowling Scores

Champion Bowl Top Scores

Mens High Game: Steve Johnson 286, Rich Jameson 279, Mike White 278, Dan Hartley 274, Leon Brewer 269, Justin Johnson 265, Michael Nichols 265, Ronald Hall 259, Sean Weilbrenner 258, Gabe Bartlett 258

Men’s High Series: Dan Hartley 781, Leon Brewer 748, Mike White 747, Bruce Hopkins 731, Justin Johnson 729, Gabe Bartlett 703, Rich Jameson 701, Steve Greene 698, Scott Shively 690, Jake Maher 685

Women’s High Game: Tara Gooden 256, Amber Simpson 244, Tara Gooden 243, Phyllis Rukgaber 233, Amber Simpson 223, Tara Gooden 225, Tara Gooden 216, Darlene Davis 215, Dixie Wright 213, Ashley Callas 210

Women’s High Series: Tara Gooden 724, Tara Gooden 634, Amber Simpson 628, Amber Simpson 595, Gail Roberts 555, Dot Maudlin 545, Megan Brewer 542, Dixie Wright 531, Linda Graham 523, Phyllis Rukgaber 522

Bridge City Bowl Top Scores

Mens High Game: Blaine Caldwell 257, Terry Glick 221, Anthony Spoke 209, Mark Lewis 195, Steve Glick 180, Gerald Starbuck 148, Ron Sales 143, Glenn Hupp 115Mens High Series: Blaine Caldwell 627, Terry Glick 620, Mark Lewis 535, Steve Glick 526, Anthony Spoke 517

Women’s High Game: Anita Rimmer 194, Sam Easterday 190, Kathy Burrows 187, Kim Bishop 187, Faith Traschel 182, Dixie Wright 178, Susan Broji 177, Dot Maudlin 169, Toni Lennie 169, Mary Messer 169

Women’s High Series: Sam Easterday 515, Tiffany Houk 497, Anita Rimmer 495, Faith Traschel 473, Faith Traschel 464, Kim Bishop 454, Mary Messer 408

Monday

Main Street

Women’s High Game: Tara Gooden 216, Darlene Davis 215, Joan Collett 205, Gail Roberts 204, Dot Maudlin 197, Peggy Moore 179, Sue Slaney 174, Candice Davis 173, Susan Miller 168, Tami Parker 166, Dana Parrish 166

Women’s High Series: Tara Gooden 634, Gail Roberts 555, Dot Maudlin 545, Joan Collett 508, Darlene Davis 500, Sue Slaney 499, Candice Davis 489, Tammy Parker 477, Peggy Moore 476, Dana Parrish 472

High Team Game: Riverside Auto 878

High Team Series: First Choice Realtors 2537

Tuesday Twilight

Men’s High Game: Scott Shively 267, Ted Palmer 257, Richard Porter 257, Shawn Richmond 248, Doug Techel 248, Gabe Bartlett 245, Aaron Clark 245, Stephen Vannoni 245, Steve Foss 232, Jason Rook 226

Men’s High Series: Scott Shively 690, Gabe Bartlett 679, Doug Techel 679, Aaron Clark 664, Ted Palmer 652, Richard Porter 652, Shawn Richmond 644, Steve Foss 638, Stephen Vannoni 628, Jason Rook 627

High Team Game: Ten Pin Solutions 1255

High Team Series: Ten Pin Solutions 3597

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