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February 7, 2013

Merten shoots 766 series; Cara Rapp bowls 623

LOCAL BOWLING

GREENVILLE —       DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

              Greenville

         Guys Night Out

       (Jan. 30 results)

Steve Merten    300-239-227-766

Frank English                  288-672

Curtis Carter             255-238-663

Curtis Berringer               267-643

Dewayne Roach Jr.         235-638

Don Richey                      226-636

Kevin Brown                    233-635

K.C. Carter               236-225-625

Joe Sterner                             620

Brad Sheehan                 225-615

Jon Shelton                     234-613

Zakary Edgerton             228-600

Billy Shelton                    226-597

Mark Potts                              593

Sam Klutts                              589

Tracy Barnes                   234-582

C.J. Cathey                            577

Bill Knue                                576

Kevin Hucks                   237-574

Joe Rouleau                          565

Andy Priest                       231

      Thursday Night Ladies Classic

             (Jan. 30 results)

Sue Crim                        222-590

MaryAnn Butler              194-540

Carrie Smith                   194-522

Karen Gray                    182-518

Shelia Mitchell               171-500

Shirlkey Hamilton          182-499

Laura Priest                   192-477

Kathy Harber                 158-466

Paulette McCarter         197-465

Heather Brown              158-466

Cara Rapp                    174-457

Deanna Tiller                192-452

Nancy Daniels              178-452

Brenda Snyder             177-452

Nan Sullivan                 189-449

Meghann Bancewicz    157-442

    Greenville Youth Bowling

            (Feb. 2 results)

   Boys

Austin Cooper          219-188-177-584

Michael Waldroup    187-157-151-495

Jeremy Glenn                         225-492

Nathan Slinkard              180-168-485

Austin Russell                 177-151-477

Cody Austin                    171-166-471

Sonny Jameson              160-156-460

Tyler Webster                  168-166-451

Zane Calderon                       162-449

Tristan Waldrep               175-158-442

Traven Lamm                                428

Timothy Allen                                416

Luke Allen                                     344

Brett Aughtry                                 327

John Holt                                      319

Riley Sandoval                             248

Nicholas Yeager                           234

Rylan Sandoval                            162

  Girls

Steffany Brown        213-187-135-553

Rachael Sheehan    156-152-138-446

Leona Sewell                  192-140-436

Payge Lorda            153-147-127-427

Lessie Meece          154-143-118-415

Amber Sewell          132-130-124-386

Kyra Davidson                137-118-358

Aubry Ayers                           123-337

Katherine Yeager                          259

Mackenzie Martin                         239

Savannah Whitley                        189

         Lil Rascals

     (Feb. 2 results)

     Boys

Ethan Yeager            87-170

Justin Haddock Jr.    65-130

Connor Cockrum        48-78

          Youth/Adult

        (Feb. 3 results)

     Men

Jason Harp        221-210-203-634

Sam Hazlett       222-205-192-619

John Hosking     169-169-131-469

Jason Russell            178-160-448

Larry Colgan         154-127-99-380

Scot Grantham    123-116-102-341

  Boys

R.J. Grantham      234-230-214-678

Austin Cooper       219-199-178-596

Zane Calderon      190-178-155-523

Sonny Jameson    190-160-149-499

Austin Russell       180-163-127-470

Ryan Colgan         152-150-143-445

Bryan Hosking              123-115-329

  Girls

Leslie Griffin              108-93-74-275

      Bonnie & Clyde

     (Feb. 3 results)

   Men

Donald Davis               711

Malcolm Rogers          651

Adam Morel                 552

Earl Wilson                   531

Randy Harp                  494

Bob Nicoll              239

Brandon Murphy    232

Terry Green           208

Vernon Wilkins      190

Ronnie Braswell    174

Ernie Corbett         174

  Women

Laura Priest                543

Denise Harp               510

Brandi Martin              505

Brenda Snyder           474

Cassie Hood              417

Karen Gray            201

Vanessa Barrow    201

Kathy Harber         172

Lanell Green         166

Marsha Wilson      143

       Monday Thunder

        (Feb. 4 results)

  Men

Kevin Brown                 213-225-258-696

Jason Harp                   246-246-197-689

Rodney Shauchunas    191-237-253-681

Donald Davis                240-200-214-654

Bruce Michaelson         248-193-191-632

Mark Potts                    179-217-209-605

Curtis Sewell                               223-596

Marvin Love                                202-579

Jim Johnson                                228-563

Wayne Corley                              231-561

Bobby Glover                               222-555

Todd Hezeau                                201-533

Larry Winters                                182-531

Paul Maldonado                           187-530

  Women

Cara Rapp                      176-222-225-623

Doris Jones                                   185-524

Brenda Snyder                              222-518

Laura Caneal                                199-509

Deb Love                                       180-504

Carrie Smith                                  180-504

Karen Gray                                    168-496

Sue Mitchell                                   165-492

Brenda Davis                                 189-486

MaryAnn Butler                              168-471

Carol West                                     152-447

Nancy Daniels                               182-439

 

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