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December 19, 2012

Shayne Wilson bowls three 800 series in same week

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GREENVILLE —   Caddo Mills bowler Shayne Wilson topped the difficult 800 series mark three times in one week.

Wilson bowled series of 838, 815 and 806 in league play at Classic Lanes in Sulphur Springs and AMF in Garland.

  The right-hander’s 838 at Classic Lanes included games of 300, 299 and 239. His 815 featured games of 300, 246 and 269 and he rolled games of 270, 279 and 257 for the 806.

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  Joe Findling led league bowlers for the past week at DB’s Sports Grill and Bowling in Greenville with a 766 series in the Monday Thunder. His high game was a 278.

  Kevin Brown shot a 300 game to go with a 755 series in the Guys Night Out league.

  Steffany Brown led the female bowlers with a 605 series in the Greenville Youth Bowling league.

      DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

                  Greenville

           Mixed Up Fun

        (Dec. 11 results)

  Men

Donald Davis     259-212-210-681

Joe Findling       228-227-217-672

Brandon Murphy              212-612

Gary Slinkard                          582

Tyren Williams Sr.    210-203-570

John Henslee                         550

Zachary Edgerton           225-547

Rick Crim                               541

Mike Kendall                          523

Mike Horat                             519

  Women

Nikki Burt                212-188-574

Susan Shelton        193-185-538

Rose Ular               187-179-525

Cathy Krug-Bowman     194-522

Shauna Barnhart           206-510

Heidi Donaldson            186-498

Sue Crim                       178-493

Katy Noffsinger                     371

Rita Edwards                        367

Pamela Hansen                    361

        Guys Night Out

       (Dec. 12 results)

Kevin Brown          300-230-222-755

Mark Potts             247-246-215-708

Bradley Sheehan          230-228-659

Zakary Edgerton           257-223-658

Jeremy McCormack      236-225-639

Eric Kelley                            266-635

Kevin Hucks                         223-596

Billy Burt, Jr.                                 593

Billy Shelton                           212-590

Tracy Barnes                          247-585

Dave Claude                                 584

Curtis Carter                                  581

Tommy Wallen                               581

Bo Duncan Jr.                                572

Earl Wilson                                    565

Tyren Williams Sr.                          565

Jason Todd                             215-563

Mike Horat                                     559

Curtis Berringer                             552

Paul Maldonado Jr.                212-551

Scott Austin                            234

Laura Caneal                         225

       Thursday Night Ladies Classic

                   (Dec. 13 results)

Kerry Sheehan        203-597

Anita Corley             211-578

Sue Crim                 188-515

Brenda Snyder        203-502

Sue Mitchell             175-496

Shelia Mitchell         166-489

Karen Gray              168-485

MaryAnn Butler       192-478

Shirley Hamilton      169-461

Crysti Brewer          158-461

Blanca Stevens       161-453

Cara Rapp               158-453

Jamie Fugitt             160-447

Kathy Harber           166-442

        Desperados Friday Trio

             (Dec. 14 results)

    Men

Bob Hoffman            613

Larry Winters            581

Billy Burt                   566

James Simmons      520

Tyren Williams Sr.    505

Donald Davis           505

Curtis Sewell           500

  Women

Misty Davis    200-189-540

Charlotte Davis            514

Jeanie Breaux              476

Nancy Daniels              460

Charlene Hoffman        454

Shirley Hamilton           447

Laura Priest                  444

Chris Lands                  435

Doris Jones                  434

Kathy Warrick               422

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