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Sports

May 8, 2013

Dewayne Roach Jr. shoots 743, Susan Shelton bowls 669

GREENVILLE —      DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

         Greenville

         Mixed Up Fun

       (April 30 results)

    Men

Donald Davis            290-226-719

Joe Findling              222-212-644

Zachary Edgerton     238-218-637

Mike Horat                       235-610

Mike Kendall                    249-602

Corie Waldrep                  245-601

Gary Slinkard                   217-594

Dustin Webb                           590

Tracy Barnes                           582

Dustin Endsley                        551

  Women

Susan Shelton    243-224-202-669

Sue Crim                    235-208-582

Nikki Burt                   209-183-551

Shauna Barnhart              217-545

Amanda Grady                        499

Cathy Krug-Bowman        193-493

Heidi Donaldson                      476

Tracy McGinniss               189-466

Pamela Hansen                       432

Katy Noffsinger                        429

      Guys Night Out

      (May 1 results)

Dewayne Roach Jr.    276-239-228-743

Frank English                            256-706

Steve Merten                     266-230-702

Glen Allen                                 247-679

Andy Priest                               265-665

Kevin Hucks                             233-645

Curtis Carter                      236-228-640

Kevin Brown                             246-629

Don Richey                              266-625

Zachary Edgerton                    237-620

Joe Findling                             232-612

Shawn Reed                            235-591

Earl Wilson                                     588

Billy Shelton                                   588

Scott Austin                                   587

Eric Kelley                                     587

Tom Geurts                                    578

Larry Winters                                 576

Joey Davila                                    572

Bill Knue                                        564

Ricky Webb                             239

Billy Shelton                            238

Laura Caneal                          232



          Lil Rascals

       (May 4 results)

Miles Lamm            89-172

Connor Cockrum    65-129

    Greenville Youth Bowling

          (May 4 results)

     Boys

Nathan Slinkard        220-192-186-598

Cody Austin                     223-212-575

Timothy Allen            212-162-161-535

Michael Waldroup     190-173-148-511

Zane Calderon                 193-158-487

Jeremy Glenn           170-168-147-485

John Holt                                218-472

Austin Russell                 176-157-467

Sonny Jameson                     166-438

Luke Allen                                     377

Tristan Waldrep                            347

Haydn Martin                                346

Traven Lamm                               285

Shane Littlefield                           274

  Girls

Steffany Brown        220-171-169-560

Kyra Davidson         169-156-135-460

Rachael Sheehan    186-132-123-441

Leona Sewell           150-127-115-392

Aubry Ayers             139-112-106-357

Brooke Baker            138-108-99-345

Amber Sewell                 126-116-329

Savannah Whitley                        249

Mackenzie Martin                         243

Montana Kline                              158

            Youth/Adult

         (May 5 results)

     Men

Jason Harp                 214-209-181-604

Ricky Brown Sr.          205-188-185-578

Malcolm Rogers Sr.    185-179-137-501

John Hosking              221-167-113-501

Casey Yeager             144-140-139-423

Larry Colgan                 166-112-97-375

  Women

Cara Rapp                  204-138-138-480

Ruby Waldroup           158-151-127-436

  Boys

Austin Cooper             277-166-159-602

Danton Yeager            218-192-165-575

Zane Calderon            179-178-173-530

Michael Waldroup       205-170-147-522

R.J. Grantham                    187-178-501

Austin Russell             164-164-161-489

Sonny Jameson                 156-151-451

Ryan Colgan                             154-408

Grayson Rapp                                  376

Braudrick Yeager                              279

          Bonnie & Clyde

        (May 5 results)

   Men

Donald Davis            649

Adam Morel              555

Casey Morton           545

Malcolm Rogers        535

Billy Myers                 529

Chris Brooks              529

Darrel Harrison      223

Earl Wilson            204

Brandon Murphy    198

Terry Green            197

Gene Whitehead    191

  Women

Marsha Wilson       547

Brenda Snyder       506

Buffie Corbett         481

Vanessa Barrow    474

Lacy Chism           469

Cassie Hood     211

Denise Harp     191

Lanell Green     180

Karen Gray        170

Erica Gearner    164

   

 

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  • No. 19 state-ranked Lone Oak claims regular season finale

      The 19th state-ranked Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes added to their nine-game winning streak by shutting out Quitman 9-0 in District 14-2A softball on Tuesday.
      Freshman pitcher Mariah Nichols got the win, striking out 14 while only walking two in a two-hitter to wrap up the regular season.

    April 16, 2014

  • Lady Lions earn all-district soccer honors

    Brinkley Henson, Greenville’s top goal scorer, also earned top honors for the Lady Lions on the All-District 19-4A soccer team.

    April 13, 2014

  • Quirl, Godwin earn top honors in All-District 15-A basketball

    Wolfe City’s high-scoring post player Colten Quirl earned top honors on the All-District 15-A basketball team.

    April 13, 2014

  • McKinney North shuts out Lady Lions

       Celeste Verdelivo shut down Greenville on one hit as McKinney North claimed a 12-0 District 13-4A softball victory over the Lady Lions on Friday.

    April 12, 2014

  • Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites

    April 12, 2014

  • Big win for college coach wrongly accused of child porn

    An emotional saga that began with a child pornography accusation 18 months ago ended in final victory Thursday for the ex-football coach of Minnesota State University-Mankato who was fired even though the charges against him were found groundless and dismissed.

    April 11, 2014

  • Carandall Hale jumps A.jpg Hale, Himes lead Greenville tracksters

      Carandall Hale repeated as the boys long jump champion and Savannah Himes took the girls discus title to lead Greenville High School on Wednesday’s opening day of the District 13-4A track and field championship.

    April 10, 2014 4 Photos

  • David Weaks tees off 17.jpg Greenville's Lions finish third in 13-4A golf

      Greenville’s Lions gave way to a very strong wind and to the Wylie Pirates while finishing third on Tuesday at the District 13-4A golf tournament.
      The Lions entered the final round at Hurricane Creek Country Club with a four-shot lead over Wylie in the race for the second regional playoff berth. But the Lions lost ground to Wylie while batting wind gusts up to 44 miles per hour.

    April 9, 2014 2 Photos

  • Greenville Lions rank second in district golf tourney

      William Strickland fired a 78 to lead the Greenville Lions to second place in Monday’s opening round of the District 13-4A golf tournament at Hurricane Creek Country Club.
      The Lions carded a 337 team score to trail only McKinney North (323) in the battle for two spots in the Region II-4A tournament. The final round is set for today.

    April 8, 2014

  • Two Lions make 19-4A first team

      Two Greenville Lions made the top team on the All-District 19-4A boys soccer squad.
      Greenville senior Riley Cox and Lion junior Isaac Ramirez were selected to the first team.
      Luis DeLeon and Douglas Gutierrez of Greenville made the second team.

    April 6, 2014

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