Kivi rolls 290 game
Our top men’s bowlers of the week are Jack Post and Michael Kivi. Post bowls on the Nel’s Hardware team in the South Tahoe Seniors League and carries a 163 average. Post connected for games of 213, 238 and 179 for a 629 series. His efforts earned him Shott’s men’s bowler of the week. Great bowling, Jack!
Kivi bowls on the Pine Tree Painting team in the His and Hers League and carries a 183 average. Kivi stroked games of 221, 219 and 211 for a 651 series. Also, Kivi rolled the highest game of the year, 290. He will receive his 11 strikes in arrow plaque from ABC. Great bowling, Michael!
Our top women’s bowler of the week is Arlene Hailey.
Hailey bowls on the Pizza Hut team in the His and Hers League and carries a 186 average. Hailey posted games of 210, 187 and 219 for a 616 series. Hailey was the only women’s bowler to crack the 600 barrier. Those efforts earned her Shott’s women’s bowler of the week.
Great bowling, Arlene!
The city tournament will take place Saturday and Sunday. Sign-ups will be taken on Friday only. Contact Tahoe Bowl (530-544-3700) if you wish to bowl. Good luck. Results will be posted in one or two weeks.
High Scores of the Week
Goofers League (3/29): Leonard Lopez 233, Norm Attenborough 205-223/627, Jodie Vineyard 204, John Vineyard 236, Dennis Minami 220, Brenda Tarbell 200, David Ramsay 236-202, John Alba 216, Lita Ortiz 200, Mona Terrell 210.
Basin Bowlers (4-10): Adolph Zertuche 222, Rande Howell 235, Jody McCartin 208, Kevin McCartin 201, Jeremy Agnew 201-216/607, David Dickinson 206-212/600, Willie Campbell 203.
South Tahoe Seniors (4-10): Jack Post 213-238/629, Ray Bennett 204, Norm Attenborough 201-201, Bob McGuire 209, Rande Howell 211.
His and Hers: Glen Padlicki 234, John Shott 228, Michael Blank 203-204, David Miller 246, Cherrie Lloyd 203, Richard Hart 209-201, Mike Kivi 221-219-211/651, Margie Stephens 206, Dale Lawton 204, Arlene Hailey 210-219/616, Joyce Silva 191, William Campbell 201, Bob Wasilchuk 223, James Sterling 214, Chris Fischer 198.
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