Root, Campbell light up lanes
Our top men’s bowler of the week at Tahoe Bowl is Kevin Root.
Root bowls on the Saw team in the His and Hers League and carries a 182 average. Root connected for games of 177, 234 and 229 for a 640 series.
Root’s consistency on the lanes earned him Shot’s Men’s Bowler of the Week. Great bowling, Kevin.
Our top women’s bowler of the week is Marilyn Campbell. Campbell bowls on the Gambling Fools in the South Tahoe Seniors League and maintains a 132 average. Campbell recorded the highest women’s game of the week with her 219 effort.
Campbell’s performance on the lanes earned her Shott’s Women’s Bowler of the Week. Great bowling, Marilyn.
Special congratulations go to Leonard Buckley, who rolled a beautiful 257 game in the Guys and Dolls League. Great game, Leonard.
Don’t forget Monte Carlo bowling every Friday night starting at 9 p.m. Entry fee is $12.
High Scores of the Week
South Tahoe Seniors (Dec. 3): Audrey Fuller 191, Marilyn Campbell 219, Guy Johnson 193, Bob McGuire 202, Butch Price 197, Doris Aeberli 201, Margie Stephens 194, Terry Cannon 201, Norm Attenborough 190, Rande Howell 191.
His and Hers (Dec. 3): Judy Guinn 209, Kevin Blair 246-233/650, Dustin Sorensen 223, Brian Mayer 209, Jim Brothers 202, Kevin Root 234-229/640, Tom Otomo 202-242/604, Matt Silveira 221, George Alm 202.
Ho Hum Trio (Dec. 4): Jeremy Agnew 217, Chris Henricksen 205, Barney Garver 198.
Sierra Hi Balls (Dec. 4): Pat O’Connell 206, John Demasi 191, Tom Otomo 209.
Goofers (Dec. 5): Douglas Aguilar 202, Donald Mayer 213-215, Franz Goepfert 238, Robert McGuire 205, Mona Terrell 190, Norma Thayer 190, John Bach 193, Dennis Minami 214.
Guys and Dolls (Dec. 5): Leonard Buckley 257, Lorna Hart 194, Jim Campbell 192, Brian Ware 218, Jere Petrie 200-204, Brian Stanton 213, Paula Peterson 195, Carl Moreland 207, Steve Sandborn 215, Scott Campbell 192, David Smock 194, Harley Hoy 194.
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