Terrell rolls women’s season-high score
The following are the Shott’s top six bowlers of the week:
1. Kevin Blair recorded games of 209-213-211/633 series in the His and Hers League.
2. Bob Wasilchuk rolled a 264/620 series in the His and Hers League.
3. Mike Kivi posted a 243/617 series in the His and Hers League.
4. Russ Anderson produced games of 236-202/617 series in the Basin Bowlers League.
5. John Filas stroked games of 234-205/609 series in the South Tahoe Seniors League.
6. Rande Howell rounded out the top six with games of 211-206/609 series in the Basin Bowlers League.
Special congratulations to Mona Terrell, who rolled an awesome 258 game in the South Tahoe Seniors League. It is the highest women’s game recorded this year.
Don’t forget April 8 and 9. The 41st annual City Tournament will take place this weekend at the Tahoe Bowl. So get down to Tahoe Bowl and sign up now.
The Earl Robinson Memorial Jr. Adult No Tap Tournament was March 26 at Tahoe Bowl. More than 30 teams participated in the tournament with trophies awarded to the top five teams in the A and B divisions. All proceeds go to junior bowlers. The following is a list of the teams in their respective places:
1. Ryan Vondriska-Roman Vondriska, 1,266; 2. Jennifer Cooper-Alva Hubbard, 1,191; 3. Alan McDermot–Clyde Perlenfein, 1,180; 4. Nick Gniazdowski-Ron Rathbun, 1,122; 5. Sean McGee-Jim Sterling, 1,103; 6. Chris Mason-Shelley Ward, 1,087; 7. Michael Steburg-Robert McGuire, 1,065; 8. Jeff DeGuide-Linda Cherry, 1,063; 9. Patrick Stewart-Mike Stewart 1,035; 10. Donald Choate-Don Figeroa, 1,012; 11. Cortland Johansen-David Johansen, 979; 12. Alex Doyle-Mike Doyle, 920; 13. Alexis DeSpain-Marie DeSpain, 912; 14. Blake Shamas-Willie Shamas, 898; 15. Justin Stanton-Lori Herman, 827.
1. Grant Carter-Russ Anderson, 1,352; 2. Michael Blank Jr.-Michael Blank, 1,298; 3. Anthony Gregorich-David Gregorich, 1,275; 4. Anthony Gregorich-Willie Campbell, 1,272; 5. Matthew Blank-Michael Blank, 1,261; 6. Andrew Gregorich-Willie Campbell, 1,234; 6. Kenora Campbell-George Alm, 1,234; 7. Bill Weiss-David Dickinson, 1,197; 8. Sarah Bauwens-Kevin Bauwens, 1,196; 9. Brian Ware-Brian Stanton, 1,193; 10. Vanessa Hodges-John Filas, 1,183; 11. Christian Shamas-David Dickinson, 1,170; 12. Pat Reardon-Bella Agnew, 1,116; 13. Tyler Boyle-Chris Boyle, 1,114; 14. Andrew Gregorich-David Gregorich, 1,081; 15. Alex Doyle-Mike Doyle, 920.
Congrats to Michael Blank, who rolled (“two”) no-tap games in an 843 series. The top five in each division received awards. Thanks to all who made this tournament a great success.
High scores of the week:
Ho Hum Trio (3/28) – Terri Paul 182, Sue Dickey 198, Candice Castiglione 200, Renee Steele 225, Chris Henricksen 211. South Tahoe Seniors (3/28) – Rande Howell 200, George Markis 209, Mona Terrell 258, Mike Kazarian 191, Joe Neri 193, Rick Sanchez 203, John Filas 234-205/609. His and Hers (3/28) – William Nitzel 226, Dale Lawton 213, Mike Kivi 243/617, Sharon Dendauw 197, Sandy Campbell 199, Don Dendauw 192, Bob Wasilchuk 264/620, Ric Wasilchuk 239, Richard Hart 202, Rick Silveira 222, Laura Amoral 185, Kevin Blair 209-213-211/633, Jim Smith 195, Fred Wasilchuk 191, Bob Bolinger 234, David Dickinson 218-203, Tom Otomo 209. Guys and Dolls (3/30) – Chuck Crites 215-213, Jim Holfeltz 194, Al Line 203, Don Figeroa 203, Lisa Moreland 192, Danny Jones 224, Bob Bolinger 224, Karen Grier 194, Jim Stokes 184, Dick Robbins 205-210, Avery Norman 200, Rodney Fodran 203, Jay Schaut 211, John Filas 240. Basin Bowlers (3/31) – Ray Wilson 191, Rande Howell 211-206/609, Patrick Heath 190, Russ Anderson 236-202/617, Willie Campbell 204, K.C. Bodnar 232, Judy Guinn 204.
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