Bowling

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Bowling


HONOR SCORES

Men: Jim Graham 300 game, 716 series, Darren Donovan 300, 799, Chris Thompson 300, 710, Bryan Matias 733, Steve Garcia 797, Bruce Foisey 757, Norman Kirkendoll 268, 748, Mitchell Alvin 746, Korey Cieslinski 746, Edison Matias 744, Jimmy Wilson 740, DJ Bethune 739, Tony Sanchez 733, Joe Portalatin 273, 727, David Laird Jr. 726, Rob Lampke 725, Will O'Sullivan 725, Joey Vavra 723, Clarence Caldwell 721, Dennis Reid 721, Tommy Hollis 720, George Whitney 720, Jan Allyn Hickey 719, Randy Gainey Jr. 719, Greg Gazelle 718, Jim Lampke 718, Greg Leiss 717, James Polk 716, Mike Harpin 715, Larry Anderson 713, Archie Starling 713, Scott Johnson 711, Greg Kimball 710, Daryl Russell 710, Daryl Russell 710, Alan Hatmaker 709, Ray Benson 706, Charles Cannon 706, Mike Thomas 270, 705, Eugene Carr 705, Tom Porwoll 703, Henry Wilkins 703, Tommy Nevitt Jr. 701, Robin Mayes 663, Joe Schmalzri 267.

Women: Donna Stull 300, 742, Donna Smith 742, Nina Reid 735, 645, Ruth Lodge 677, Donna Dowdell 662, Deborah Caldwell 690, 680, Jennifer Smith 654, Jill Gainey 650, Donna Stull 650, Rhonda Mallett 639, Barbara Batt 628, 621, Dru Gazelle 627, Donna Stull 625, Ann Crisp 622, Diane Abercrombie 621, Debbie Hollis 612, Lita Dietz 607, Carolyn Greene 604, Tammy Larrick 600.

Senior Men: James Richardson 278, 277, 770, John Caponis 712, Chuck Nightengale 684, Eddie Alvarez 670, Jim Shackleford 667, Paul Favreau 663, Ed Greenslat 289, 661, 616, Ronald Lawson 654, Karl Cieslinski 651, Rufus Stephens 648, Sam Watson 645, Charlie Crist 643, Don Waitkus 642, Ben Bryant 638, 609, Mitch Hodges 636, Ralph Brown 636, Robert Melton 635, Don Hooper (634), Jack Hubbard 633, Donald Hooper 621, Tom Baldwin 618, Herb Swanstrom 617, Robert Smith 616, Jim Vobrak 614, Lee Poppert 614, Vic Capozzi 610, Jacque Supinsky 605, Jim Tibideau 603, Raymond Kerbs (603) 81 years old, Cliff West 602, Sam Kilgore 600. …

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