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January 31, 2013

Dewayne Roach Jr., Mark Potts shoot 744 series

LOCAL BOWLING

(Continued)

GREENVILLE —           Bonnie & Clyde

         (Jan. 27 results)

  Men

Philip Harp                  632

Donald Davis              613

Terry Green                551

Brandon Murphy         537

Anthony Robertson    524

Earl Wilson           235

Randy Chism       221

Randy Harp         202

Adam Morel         191

Joe Sterner         178

  Women

Karen Gray               546

Vanessa Barrow       546

Dorothy Harrison      467

Lacy Chism              466

Brandi Martin           454

Erica Gearner      193

Brenda Snyder    180

Laura Priest         170

Marsha Wilson    169

Lanell Green       159

       Youth/Adult

     (Jan. 27 results)

  Men

Joe Findling                 267-202-201-670

Zakary Edgerton          212-199-197-608

Malcolm Rogers, Sr.    223-183-171-577

Sam Hazlett                 203-181-172-556

John Hosking               173-166-156-495

Ricky Brown Sr.            182-161-145-488

Jason Russell                      154-143-424

Casey Yeager                                    341

Scot Grantham                                  291

  Women

Cara Rapp                   162-150-146-458

Annie Blakely              136-136-124-396

Ruby Waldroup           138-129-121-388

  Boys

Austin Cooper             212-181-172-565

Sonny Jameson                 232-179-528

Zane Calderon            222-147-140-509

R.J. Grantham            177-157-144-478

Danton Yeager                   177-169-461

Michael Waldroup       164-155-141-460

Austin Russell                    143-140-412

Bryan Hosking                                  354

Grayson Rapp                           141-328

Braudrick Yeager                       138-300

  Girls

Leslie Griffin                  103-102-93-298

                Monday Thunder

                (Jan. 28 results)

  Men

Mark Potts                     247-243-254-744

Zach Edgerton              223-188-279-690

Bruce Michaelson         259-236-188-683

Jason Harp                   244-232-176-652

Larry Winters                214-192-219-625

Rodney Shauchunas    211-176-235-622

Donald Davis                183-237-191-611

Paul Maldonado           238-184-183-605

John Shields                               222-596

Marvin Love                                211-584

Joey Davila                                 206-581

David West                                 202-539

Wayne Corley                             191-537

Mike Horat                                  192-531

Don Pressley                              232-528

Gary Rudder                               183-528

  Women

Heather Brown                           200-528

Cathye Michaelson                    215-524

MaryAnn Butler                          201-519

Anita Corley                               200-512

Laura Caneal                            187-512

Cara Rapp                                209-502

Deb Love                                  187-498

Carrie Smith                             191-496

Linda Faries                             166-484

Doris Jones                              177-480

Brenda Snyder                         168-473

Regina Swiney                         175-465

Nancy Daniels                          156-453

 

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  • A&M-C defender earns top conference honor

      Texas A&M University-Commerce defensive lineman Charles Tuaau earned top honors, while the Lions were picked to finish sixth in the Lone Star Conference in preseason voting conducted by the league.
      Tuaau claimed the preseason Defensive Player of the Year award for the LSC following a record-setting season in 2013 for the 7-5 Lions. Tuaau set school records for tackles for losses in a game (five) and season (25), plus for most sacks in a season (12 1/2). The 6-5, 310-pound senior from Wahiawa, Hawaii finished with 59 total tackles as he was selected as the J.V. Sikes Defensive Player of the Year in the conference as well as the defensive lineman of the year.

    August 1, 2014

  • Greenville Lions' coaching staff lineup changes

      Each summer the Greenville Lions’ coaching staff goes through a transition phase as some coaches move on to other schools and new coaches are hired to take their place.
      This summer is no exception. There’s changes in the coaching staffs for the boys and girls programs that’ll involve the football, volleyball, boys soccer, powerlifting and softball teams.
     

    July 25, 2014

  • Oliver Hale three medals.jpg Hail to the winner of three medals at Transplant Games

      His nickname in Greenville is “Pee Wee,” but Oliver Hale is a big man on the tennis court and in the kitchen.
      Hale, who is a 1971 graduate of Greenville High School, won three medals at the 2014 Transplant Games of America recently in Houston while competing in the 60-and-over age category. He won a gold medal in men’s doubles, a silver in men’s singles and a bronze in mixed doubles along with playing partner Irena Bucci.

    July 22, 2014 1 Photo

  • Colby Carthel Free youth football camp planned

    Second year Texas A&M University – Commerce Head Coach Colby Carthel and his coaching staff will be the directors of a free A&M Commerce Youth Football Camp.

    July 14, 2014 1 Photo

  • Carver.jpg Officially for the record

    Two former Greenville schools are now officially recognized for their accomplishments in sports through new signage at the T. A. “Cotton” Ford Stadium.

    July 12, 2014 2 Photos

  • LeBron_James_18112009_1.jpg LeBron: I'm heading back to Cleveland

    Before anyone ever cared where I would play basketball, I was a kid from Northeast Ohio.

    July 11, 2014 1 Photo

  • 0000066_official_dixie_softball_patch_300.jpg Commerce to host Dixie Softball tournament

    The city of Commerce has partnered with the Dixie Softball to host the Darlings and the Debs Softball State Tournament at the Eddie Moore Sports Complex again this year.

    July 10, 2014 1 Photo

  • Campbell Lady Indians listen 1.jpg Coach Steve Guffey touched many lives

      Steve Guffey was a true sportsman in every sense of the word.
      Guffey, who died on Saturday at the age of 50, was a standout athlete and coach, who was also an avid golfer, angler and hunter. He was an educator. teacher, mentor and a friend to many who’ve been paying their tributes online and at candlelight vigils on Sunday in Ladonia and on Monday in Campbell.  Guffey’s memorial service is set for 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Campbell High School gymnasium, where he coached the Lady Indians’ basketball team the past 12 years.

    July 8, 2014 1 Photo

  • Jason Burton.JPG A&M-Commerce hires Burton as women’s basketball coach

    Lion women’s basketball experienced a homecoming of sorts on April when athletics director Ryan Ivey announced Jason Burton as the eighth women’s basketball coach in program history.

    July 5, 2014 1 Photo

  • Lone Oak, Caddo Mills softball players make all-state team

      Two players from Lone Oak and one from Caddo Mills earned second-team honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A all-state softball team.

    July 1, 2014

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