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Sports

April 26, 2013

Don Richey shoots 714 series; Amanda Grady rolls 221

GREENVILLE —   DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

            Greenville

       Mixed Up Fun

     (April 16 results)

   Men

Joe Findling             238-237-658

Tracy Barnes                  226-645

Gary Slinkard                  218-635

Zachary Edgerton    226-226-631

Tom Geurts                     247-627

Donald Davis                  236-607

Dustin Webb                  221-604

Corie Waldrep                218-570

Shelby McQueary                  538

Chris Steen                            515

Women

Amanda Grady    221-216-204-641

Heidi Donaldson         194-193-542

Tracy McGinniss        196-189-533

Shauna Barnhart               194-521

Susan Shelton                   188-506

Rose Ular                                  472

Janet Baker                        202-466

Nikki Burt                                   461

Sue Crim                                    420

Alice Haber                                419

         Guys Night Out

        (April 17 results)

Don Richey                    268-224-714

Steve Merten                 268-228-711

Zakary Edgerton    242-228-223-693

Bobby Holley                 259-225-691

Mark Potts                            236-645

Kevin Brown                         257-638

Brandon Davidson                224-626

Eric Kelley                            247-616

Jason Harp                                  609

Jerry Sadler                          231-604

Shelby McQuary                   242-601

Bradley Sheehan                         594

Billy Shelton                                 593

Kevin Hucks                                 586

Frank English                        223-586

Jeremy McCormack              230-583

Billy Burt Jr.                           234-583

Joe Findling                                  578

Joe Sterner                                   575

Janet Baker                                   574

Larry Winters                           224

K.C. Carter                              223

      Desperados Friday Trio

          (April 19 results)

    Men

Curtis Sewell             567

Larry Winters             562

Tyren Williams Sr.      560

C.J. Cathey                542

Rick Crim                   519

Jim Anderson             516

Donald Davis              510

Bob Hoffman              500

  Women

Nancy Daniels    205-522

Misty Davis                504

Charlotte Davis          496

Doris Jones               488

Alice Haber                485

Kathy Warrick            475

Veronica Greanead    464

Jeanie Breaux            451

Ann Blakely                438

Leila Harris                437

Letta Selement          433

Shirley Hamilton        432

Susie Price                430

Joan Phillips              425

       Bonnie & Clyde

      (April 21 results)

    Men

Zachary Edgerton       680

Earl Wilson                 662

Donald Davis              624

Bob Nicoll                   569

Joe Sterner                 519

Joey Davila            240

Casey Morton        234

Malcolm Rogers     223

Philip Harp              207

Gene Whitehead    190

   Women

Vanessa Barrow      585

Karen Gray              524

Cassie Hood            454

Brandi Martin           454

Brenda Snyder        453

Erica Gearner     206

Lacy Chism        188

Lanell Green      178

Kathy Harber      174

Marsha Wilson    154

         Monday Thunder

         (April 22 results)

   Men

Rodney Shauchunas    215-231-256-702

John Shields                194-198-234-626

Marvin Love                 170-236-212-618

Mark Potts                   215-158-237-610

Jason Harp                  167-212-226-605

Wayne Corley              204-222-174-600

Bruce Michelson                        223-597

Larry Winters                             200-569

Jim Simmons                             211-566

Don Pressly                               202-559

Paul Maldonado                        196-550

Curtis Sewell                             201-549

Joey Davila                               188-525

Mike Horat                                 211-523

  Women

Anita Corley                 214-176-236-626

Carrie Smith                 205-194-208-607

Larua Caneal                              185-545

Brenda Snyder                            180-507

Linda Faries                                177-502

Sue Mitchell                                164-485

Cara Rapp                                  179-481

Cathye Michaelson                     163-472

Nancy Daniels                             176-458

Karen Gray                                  165-453

Doris Jones                                  182-442

Deb Love                                     178-436

   

 

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