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Sports

November 9, 2012

Eric Kelley shoots 733 series; Anita Corley rolls 636

LOCAL BOWLING

GREENVILLE —         DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

           Mixed Up Fun League

                (Oct. 30 results)

     Men

Joe Findling    248-238-234-720

Dustin Webb          243-236-659

Donald Davis                234-612

Trey Offutt                     245-595

Corie Waldrep                      585

Zachary Edgerton         235-584

Chris Steen                   237-565

Rick Crim                      237-561

Mike Horat                           534

Mike Kendall                 217-532

    Women

Cathy Krug-Bowman    258-200-162-620

Susan Shelton              200-189-181-570

Rose Ular                             190-188-531

Shauna Barnhart                         182-498

Nikki Burt                                     183-456

Sue Crim                                             438

Lindsey Findling                                  434

Heidi Donaldson                                  420

Katy Noffsinger                                    404

Sandy Orange                                      376

           Guys Night Out

              (Oct. 31 results)

Eric Kelley       267-235-231-733

Mark Potts       257-224-223-704

Dewayne Roach Jr.        274-688

Zakary Edgerton      265-235-679

Kevin Brown             241-219-671

K.C. Carter        235-219-216-670

Joey Sterner                    266-656

Earl Wilson                      236-638

Tyren Williams Sr.            215-597

Brad Sheehan                  251-593

Kevin Hucks                            584

Bradley Sheehan                    582

Tracy Barnes                           574

Billy Shelton                            570

Billy Burt Jr.                             566

Bill Knue                           221-559

Joe Rouleau                            553

Jerry Sadler                             552

Tommy Wallen                         552

Larry Winters                           544

Bo Duncan Jr.                    220

        Thursday Night Ladies

                 (Nov. 1 results)

Carrie Smith              203-582

Shelia Mitchell           210-542

Kerry Sheehan          200-539

Christi Weatheread    188-511

Sue Mitchell               182-495

Linda Faries               183-487

Sue Crim                    202-486

Heather Brown           171-483

Karen Gray                168-476

Brenda Snyder           171-465

Regina Swiney           168-460

Laura Caneal             175-459

Traci Abbott                152-443

       Desperados Friday Trio

             (Nov. 2 results)

    Men

Billy Burt     223-236-638

Larry Winters            562

Bob Hoffman            537

Tyren Williams Sr.    525

Donald Davis           501

Rick Crim                 490

Mike Gilmer             485

   Women

Misty Davis       206-526

Doris Jones              508

Leila Harris               479

Charlene Hoffman    466

Charlotte Davis         439

Nancy Daniels          420

Letta Selement         417

      Lil Rascals

        (Nov. 3 results)

Miles Lamm    81-155

      Greenville Youth Bowling

            (Nov. 3 results)

    Boys

Cody Austin              247-244-172-663

Nathan Slinkard        213-204-197-614

Michael Waldroup     227-176-167-570

Austin Russell                  170-147-453

Jeremy Glenn                   172-142-435

Sonny Jameson                       181-433

Timothy Allen                           160-422

Tyler Webster                   150-142-419

Haydn Martin                           150-377

Ryan White                             141-376

Jarrod Lambert                       139-375

Kaleb Donahue                              331

David Vasquez                               319

Bryan Hosking                                316

Brett Aughtry                                   289

Traven Lamm                                  262

Luke Allen                                       249

John Holt                                         218

Riley Sandoval                                181

Rylan Sandoval                               109

  Girls

Steffany Brown           197-171-170-538

Rachael Sheehan       208-159-138-505

Leona Sewell              203-141-122-466

Amber Sewell              170-147-124-441

Kyra Davidson             163-157-116-436

Aubry Ayers                     108-91-82-281

Savannah Whitley                   78-74-209

Montana Kline                                    151

Madisen Osornio                                124

   

              Youth/Adult

          (Oct. 28 results)

    Men

Jason Harp                 264-248-191-703

Zakary Edgerton         234-231-192-657

Ricky Brown Sr.                 231-212-576

Malcolm Rogers Sr.    209-170-147-526

Sam Hazlett                178-178-167-523

Michael Rapp                     178-150-465

John Hosking                     168-140-446

Terry Orsborn                     175-145-434

Casey Yeager                                   337

Larry Collgan                                    321

Scot Grantham                                 310

   Women

Ruby Waldroup           139-137-103-379

Annie Blakely              141-133-102-376

Terra Orsborn                  105-99-98-302

    Boys

Michael Waldroup        199-162-160-521

Austin Cooper                     212-190-520

R.J. Grantham             185-148-139-472

Sonny Jameson           168-167-135-470

Austin Russell              155-150-144-449

Ryan Colgan                157-139-131-427

Bryan Hosking                           158-399

Danton Yeager                    138-130-387

David Vasquez                                  352

Mason Welch                                    337

Grayson Rapp                                  282

Braudrick Yeager                              179

  Girls

Leslie Griffin                  140-105-81-326

Pamela Sutton                  83-72-49-204

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