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April 20, 2012

Tyren Williams, Sr. shoot 748; Susan Shelton rolls 615

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GREENVILLE —        DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

                  Greenville

         Mixed Up Fun League

             (April 10 results)

    Men

Joey Davila             267-258-222-747

Bradley Sheehan    267-247-223-737

Joe Findling            256-227-216-699

James Hucks                 233-215-640

Tom Geurts                    214-211-622

John Henslee                       215-603

Vernon Wilkins                     225-589

Kevin Brown                         246-578

Chad Morrison                      221-574

Sam Hazlett                          257-572

Scott Feezel                          243-571

Kenneth Carter                             566

Brad Sheehan                              545

Herman Orange                           545

Chris Steen                                  545

David West                            213-525

Tracy Barnes                                523

Billy Shelton                                  523

Jim Bryant                                     520

    Women

Susan Shelton         224-214-177-615

Kerry Sheehan         243-190-177-610

Janet Baker                     191-190-546

Sue Crim                         201-178-546

Cathy Krug                      185-180-534

Shauna Barnhart             191-181-532

Penny Simms                  182-180-522

Heather Brown                       181-515

Tammy Davidson                    190-504

Nikki Burt                                        461

Jodie Craft                               179-447

Susie Price                                      441

Carol West                                      440

Alice Haber                                     425

Deitra Hicks                                    404

Sandy Orange                                401

Kat Noffsinger                                366

Pamela Hansen                             359

Cheryl Carter                                 357

Mary Kay Crownover                    352

             Guys Night Out

           (April 11 results)

Tyren Williams, Sr.         279-247-748

Brad Sheehan                244-237-708

Mark Potts                      254-233-704

Earl Wilson                     238-233-688

Chad Morrison               239-236-682

Matt Parker                           237-663

Andy Priest                                  648

Steve Merten                        243-640

Kevin Brown                                638

Kevin Hucks                  237-236-638

Bradley Sheehan                  256-638

Billy Burt, Jr.                          243-634

Eric Kelley                                    628

Michael Fletcher                   242-625

Joe Findling                          252-608

Paul Maldonado, Jr.              231-604

Tommy Wallen                              601

Marvin Love                                  600

Curtis Berringer                            595

Brandon Murphy                    232-590

       Thursday Night Ladies Classic

                  (April 12 results)

Anita Corley    222-203-183-608

Meredith Norris             203-580

Heather Brown              227-529

Doree Brown                 203-523

Kerry Sheehan              182-519

Carrie Smith                  212-510

Brenda Snyder              203-508

Cathye Michaelson       190-504

Laura Caneal                191-493

Shelia Mitchell              190-479

Deb Love                      162-474

Annie Blakely               179-469

Sue Mitchell                 171-464

Crysti Brewer               179-454

Ardis Klein                   161-453

Deanna Tiller               171-450

Blanca Stevens           168-449

         Desperados Friday Trio

               (April 13 results)

     Men

Tyren Williams, Sr.    225-244-206-675

Jeremy McCormick          222-236-635

Billy Galloway                  223-190-584

Bob Hoffman                                  561

C.J. Cathey                                    526

   Women

Sue Crim                                        519

Jeanie Breaux                                469

Charlene Hoffman                          468

Patty Thompson                             460

Letta Selement                               448

Laura Priest                                    442

Doris Jones                                    437

Penny Simms                                 431

Veronica Greenead                        430

Susie Price                                     429

             Bonnie & Clyde

             (April 15 results)

     Men

Philip Harp                   739

Shayne Wilson            637

Earl Wilson                  617

Kevin Brown           267

Joey Davila             244

Brandon Murphy    219

   Women

Amanda Grady            565

Kathleen Brown           502

Karen Gray                  448

Brandi Martin          200

Cassie Hood           163

Linda Peel               161

          Monday Thunder

           (April 16 results)

    Men

Joe Findling               266-214-236-716

Tyren Williams            235-224-242-701

Wayne Corley             224-217-231-672

Jimmy Jenkins            235-231-201-667

Shayne Wilson            257-246-191-664

Bradley Sheehan         235-214-213-662

Bruce Michaelson        203-246-205-654

Phillip Harp                  214-190-248-652

Marvin Love                 217-189-222-628

Rodney Shauchunas    191-247-189-628

Earl Wilson                    216-213-192-621

Jason Harp                    208-244-160-612

Donald Davis                 180-169-263-612

Chad Morrison                             214-590

Mike Horat                                    224-586

C.J. Cathey                                  207-584

Mark Potts                                    199-575

Ricky Brown, Sr.                           195-570

   Women

Anita Corley                                  196-554

Kathleen Brown                            215-533

Laura Caneal                                178-497

Cathye Michaelson                       181-495

Samantha Wright                          186-492

Karen Gray                                    179-489

Denise Harp                                  215-483

Doris Jones                                   171-470

Brenda Snyder                              171-461

Bonnie Smith                                169-459

Deb Love                                      171-459

Brenda Davis                                174-452

 

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