The Ottumwa Courier


November 11, 2013

Weekly Area Bowling Scores


Men’s High Game: Travis Wilbanks 235, Bob Frisbie 214, Alan Paris 167, Mike Martsching 148, John Tauchen 141

Men’s High Series: Travis Wilbanks 610, Bob Frisbie 561, Alan Paris 462, Mike Martsching 404, John Tauchen 382

High Team Game: God Rocks 606

High Team Series: God Rocks 1677


Sunday Night Mixed

Women’s High Game: Kacy Saner 245, Sheila Handling 181, Francee Vennoy 171, Nancy Barnett 165, Mert Weilbrenner 160

Men’s High Game: Jason Marks 268, Norm Robertson Sr. 257, Sean Weilbrenner 237, Ben Moore 231, Jeremy Songer 215

Women’s High Series: Kacy Saner 670, Sheila handling 518, Francee Vennoy 464, Mert Weilbrenner 450, Christine Weilbrenner 437

Men’s High Series: Jason Marks 684, Ben Moore 608, Norm Robertson Jr. 602, Sean Weilbrenner 601, Larry Weilbrenner 595

High Team Game: Pocket Pounders 1020

High Team Series: Pocket Pounders 2743


Men’s High Game: Bruce Hopkins 300, Travis Jordan 287, Leon Brewer 279, Mike White 279, Daniel Huffman 267

Mens High Series: Bruce Hopkins 796, Leon Brewer 735, Mike White 701, Travis Jordan 683, Frank Stanton 624

Women’s High Game: Sherry Bragg 191, Kristi Hance 187, Linda Graham 182, Megan Brewer 178, Tracy Knedler 169

Women’s High Series: Sherry Bragg 540, Linda Graham 525, Megan Brewer 492, Kristi Hance 480, Tracy Knedler 469

High Team Game: Ten Pin Solutions 798

High Team Series: Ten Pin Solutions 2270

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