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October 31, 2013

Weekly Area Bowling Scores

(Continued)

Boys High Series: Thomas Cutsforth 420, Hayden Frederick 341, Clay Morris 316, Braydon Songer 267, Jack Baxter 245

Girls High Game: Joanna McKim 110, Olivia Parker 102, Katelin Valentine 101, McKinna Haines 78, Madison Wemer 60

Girls High Series: Joanna McKim 291, Olivia Parker 256, Katlein Valentine 246, McKinna Haines 220, Zoe Phillips 134

High Team Game: 4 Stooges 421

High Team Series: 4 Stooges 1162

Bridge City Jr/Sr

Boys High Game: Codie Heckart 235, Jacob Rupe 212, Seth Meinders 197, Riley Ballard 184, Dawson Greene 142

Boys High Series: Codie Heckart 588, Jacob Rupe 511, Seth Meinders 505, Riley Ballard 442, Dawson Greene 393

Girls High Game: Cheyanne Starr 181, Taylor Carpenter 157

Girls High Series: Cheyanne Starr 487, Taylor Carpenter 409

High Team Game: Pick A Name 801

High Team Series: Pick A Name 2075

Industrial

High Game: Rich Jameson 277, Steve Johnson 246, Rich Jameson 243, James Johnson 238, Terry Sedore 217

High Series: Rich Jameson 729, Robert McCall 595, Dennis Bradley 595, Steve Johnson 589, James Johnson 581

High Team Game: Legion Wildcats 694

High Team Series: Windrowers 2053

Thursday Night Mixed

Men’s High Game: Pat Traschel 277, Blaine Caldwell 237, Bud Guyette 224, Dallas Glick 222, Terry Glick 220

Men’s High Series: Pat Traschel 696, Terry Glick 627, Dustin Smith 619, Bud Guyette 608, Blaine Caldwell 594

Women’s High Game: Erin Small 182, Faith Traschel 168, Mary Messer 168, Sam Heckart 158, Mary Guyette 153

Women’s High Series: Mary Messer 493, Faith Traschel 468, Sam Heckart 460, Erin Small 452, Mary Guyette 403

High Team Game: Thumb Times 766

High Team Series: Thumb Times 2235\

Friday Champion 55

Men’s High Game: Dan Payne 217, Steve Greene 215, Cecil Jameson 212, Don Smith 209, Larry Davis 203, Dennis Martsching 203

Women’s High Game: Bonnie Bartlett 194, Kathy Burrows 191, Jackie Moore 188, Gail Bainbridge 182, Marilyn Muldoon 179

Men’s High Series: Mel Messer 595, Steve Greene 588, Dan Payne 577, Cecil Jameson 573, Dennis Martsching 558

Women’s High Series: Kathy Burrows 556, Bonnie Bartlett 504, Marilyn Muldoon 496, Jackie Moore 496, Gail Bainbridge 495

High Team Game: Leftovers 883

High Team Series: Leftovers 2495

Saturday

Champion Youth

Boys High Game: Chandler Pumphrey 102, Jason Rukgaber 99, Hunter Dossey 99, Conner Traul 86, Jayden Thode 84

Boys High Series: Jason Rukgaber 178, Chandler Pumphrey 177, Hunter Dossey 163, Conner Traul 161, Jacob Grooms 157, Jayden Thode 157

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