N.A.D.S., HORSEMEN CLAIM TITLES

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FIRST-HALF TITLES in winter-league play at Sonora Family Bowl belong to N.A.D.S. in Gamblers Getaway and to the Horsemen in SIRS.

N.A.D.S. (Elaine Pries, Tami Kearney, Toni Thomas, Steve Kearney, Larry Pries) went 43-21 to beat the Goody Locker by two games.

The four Horsemen are Don Peterson, Ray Morlan, Cliff Baker and Neil Williams.

CLEANING UP with two titles apiece in the latest Senior No-Tap Tournament were Kay Hunter for women and Bill Hall for men.

Hunter had a 263 scratch game and an 807 handicap series, while Hall had a 263 game and 797 series.

Marcie Wells and Carolyn Ternullo had games of 223 and 201, respectively, for women, while Wells had a 779 series and Terry Hall a 732. Dave Hunter was second in men's game at 233 and Paul Grazioli third at 232, with Grazioli second in series at 746 and Tony Salvi third at 688.

THE TOP GAMES in league play were a 256 by Pat Griswold, a 255 by Jack Klein and a 227

for women by Becky Morrison the same night in Getaway.

Bill Kelly had a 671 series in Morning Rollers and Larry Rush a 667 in Mixed Angels.

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