Six teams claim bowling half-titles


SIX TEAMS wrapped up first-half championships in winter-league action at Sonora Family Bowl.

? The Lucky Strikers title went to the 6-Pack (Mike Toney, Trish Toney, Leslie West, Russ Lindgren, Bill Kelly) with a record of 43-21, four games better than S.A.M.M.

? Sonora Family Bowl (Shirley Parades, Laura Persson, Mary Lou Crass, Evelyn Lohr, John Crass) won in Mixed Angels with 40 victories to 38 for second-place Sierra Glass.

? The Early Birds title went to the Dreamers (William Mongolo, Barbara Moore, Ken Burns, Kelly) by a 42-40 margin over Wright's Wrongs.

? Monday Nevada saw Confidence Log Works (Gwen Chastain, Randy Hunsaker, Irene Deaver, Janet Schramm, Calvin Lattin) win with a record of 41.5-22.5 to 40-24 for Sierra Lighting.

? In City Twilight, Sonora Family Bowl Bar (Philip Sugerman, Kenny McLaughlin, Lattin, Roger Brown) came out on top.

? Woods Creek Builders (John and Mary Lou Crass, John and Phyllis Miller, Pat Crass) ruled in Guys and Dolls to the tune of 41-23, with Gozaboy Houseboats second at 38-26.

BILL KELLY'S 278 in Tuesday's Finest was the top men's game of the week, and his 687 was the second-highest men's series. The top men's troika was a 688 in Twilight by Pete DeBrunce, whose building block was a 258 game.

Women's game honors went to Kay Hunter with a 233 in Birds. Other top games for women were Tina Ray's 228 in Gamblers Getaway, and a 217 by Barbara Newman, a 215 by Deaver and a 213 by Lohr all in Monday.

For men, Larry Rush had a 255 in Angels and Larry Blackmore a 246-654 in Tuesday Nevada.

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