The Herald Banner, Greenville, TX


November 23, 2012

Joe Findling wins regional title in New Mexico



GREENVILLE —           Greenville Youth Bowling

                 (Nov. 17 results)


Nathan Slinkard    214-195-188-589

Cody Austin          214-174-146-534

Jeremy Glenn              198-188-508

Sonny Jameson    170-158-152-480

Tristan Waldrep                   146-416

Tyler Webster                       145-412

Austin Russell                      145-405

Michael Waldroup                145-403

Haydn Martin                       179-384

Kaleb Donahue                   150-382

Jarrod Lambert                   160-368

Kaleb White                               157


Steffany Brown    173-169-150-492

Kyra Davidson     154-139-138-431

Aubry Ayers           119-102-98-319

Mikayla White            93-80-78-251

Savannah Whitley     51-74-33-131

Madisen Osornio      41-39-37-117

Montana Kline               49-39-103

             Lil Rascals

       (Nov. 17 results)


Tyler Pack           76-144

Anthony Stone    73-132

Miles Lamm        63-125


Memphis Kline    51-66

          Bonnie & Clyde

         (Nov. 18 results)


Earl Wilson             660

Randy Harp            577

Randy Chism          555

Gene Whitehead    536

David Reno            536

Darren Brown         239

Terry Green            212

Joe Sterner            205

Anthony Corbett    197

Ernie Robertson    194


Vanessa Barrow    549

Dorothy Harrison    500

Lacy Chism            471

Brandi Martin          471

Brenda Snyder       442

Erica Gearner         203

Vonda Douglas       196

Karen Gray             182

Buffie Corbett         167

Erica Gearner        203

Vonda Douglas      196

Karen Gray            182

Buffie Corbett        167

Marsha Wilson      153

         Monday Thunder

         (Nov. 19 results)


Jason Harp              255-206-192-653

Bruce Michaelson    185-244-217-646

Mark Potts                216-221-194-631

John Shields             226-187-202-615

Wayne Corley           199-192-218-609

Marvin Love                            223-595

Jim Johnson                            212-573

Todd Hezeau                           193-531

Michael Rapp                          194-520

Gary Rutter                             179-515

Jim Simmons                          186-493

Larry Winters                          170-493

C.J. Cathey                            195-489

David West                            201-484


Nancy Daniels                       224-518

Brenda Snyder                      191-498

Cara Rapp                             180-490

Doris Jones                           200-482

Linda Faires                          183-481

Anita Corley                          177-475

Regina Swiney                     167-457

Bonnie Smith                       161-455

Laura Caneal                       169-453

Sue Mitchell                         205-449

Cathye Michaelson              160-448


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  • 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.

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      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

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    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

  • Kevin Bowers chip 1.jpg Former Baylor golfers win Monster Ball golf tourney

       Baylor University was well-represented at the third annual Craig Bowers Memorial Monster Ball golf tournament this weekend in Greenville.
      Two teams composed of former Baylor golfers finished first and second after 36 holes at Wright Park Municipal and Oak Creek Country Club.

    June 24, 2014 8 Photos

  • Billy Sheffield chips II.jpg Baylor exes lead way at Monster Ball golf tourney

      Four former Baylor golfers sit atop the leaderboard after Saturday’s opening round of the third annual Craig Bowers Memorial Monster Ball Golf Tournament in Greenville.
      Baylor-exes Colton Williams and Jeremy Frye teamed up to shoot a 15-under 57 on two trips around the nine-hole Wright Park Municipal Course layout to lead the championship flight by two shots over former Baylor Bears Drew McGee and Michael McKinley.

    June 22, 2014 9 Photos

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