Lee narrowly misses real 300; Sanders No-taps it

The Union Democrat Sports Department


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Kevin Jones (Jokers Wild) had a working ball as he rolled a 267 which was 96 pins over his average. Another working ball this week belonged to Robert Porovich (Jokers Wild) as he rolled a 716. Holly Matranga's ball was working for her as she bowled a 557 in Helakno Full House, while Arleen Williams was motivated by her team to roll a 215 in Young at Heart.

One league is fast approaching the end of the summer season and that is Helakno Full House. There was a position round which ended in a very dramatic 10th frame-sudden death roll-off to see who would bowl against Head Hunters for the League Championship.

The finishing team for the second half was Team No. 7 (Rich

Robenseifner, Paul Henry, Walt Bales and Patrick Pillsbury) defeating

Spare Us (Nancie Price, Rod Price, Vince Pryschuk and Craig Chiarpotti).

Others who showed they also have a working ball included: Jeff

Hurley (Diamond Duos) 661; in Summer Morning Rollers it's Jeannie

Philbin with 565; and in Helakno Full House, it's John Rago with 684,

Jim LeMaster with 256/652 and Amanda Klaahsen with 552.

An omission in last week's report failed to note the uncertified

leagues which had Dylan Standers (Black Oak 9-Pin No-Tap League)

bowling a no-tap 300 which included eight normal strikes and four

no-taps. This week's uncertified leagues have the following results: In

the No-Tap league Norma Espino with 237, Kay Hunter with 665 for the

women and, for the men, it's Brandon Lee with 287 and Rod Hirtzel with

717. Over in Sonora Regional Medical Center it's Jean Curto and

Jennifer Mueller, 155, and Jane Gibler with 448.

Feeling the frustration of bowling recently was Bobbie Sargent

(Young at Heart) as she had six splits in one game. We can all

empathize with her on that one. Knowing the highs of the game in the

same league were four women - Janis Banchero, Barbara Morales, Barbara

Shimonek and sub Lillian Thomas - whose averages totaled 553 as they

bowled a 771 game.

Bowling Scores report

for week of 8-1-11

Black Oak 9-pin No-Tap (7-18)

Games-Women: Norma Espino 237, Kay Hunter 233, Terry Hall 222; Men: Brandon Lee 287, Bob Wright 266, Bill Hall 265

Series-Women: Hunter 665, Hall 632, Ruth Benson 580; Men: Rod Hirtzel 717, Lee 714, Gerry Davis 684

Team Game: On The Mountain 720, 3 Easy's 719, The Three Amigos 711

Team Series: The Three Amigos 1999, 3 Easy's 1963, On The Mountain 1917

Standings: Tappers 27-9, The Wolfpack 24.5-11.5, On the Mountain and Ten Pinners 24-12

Sonora Regional Medical Center (7-18)

Games: Jean Curto and Jennifer Mueller 155, Renee Richardson 140

Series: Jane Gibler 448, Bonnie Warzee 397, Myra Autrey 359

Team Game: Dangerous Dames 527, Pink Ladies 511, Gutter Gals 508

Team Series: Dangerous Dames 1543, Pink Ladies 1466, Bowling Buddies 1379

Standings: Dangerous Ladies 27-5, Bowling Buddies 19-13, Gutter Gals 17-15

Diamond Duos (7-19)

Games-Women: Shirley Parades 194, Josie Lee 185, Marilyn Day 168; Men: Jeff Hurley 248, Don Kasso 224, Chuck Farris 209

Series-Women: Parades 537, Lee 529, Day 413; Men: Hurley 661, Farris 590, Kasso 550

Team Game: The S&J and J&C Express 394, Paige Tyson Training 377

Team Series: J&C Express 1119, Paige Tyson Training 1085, The S &J 1064

Standings: The S&J 31.5-12.5, Golden Oldies 26-18, J&C Express 25-19

High Rollers (7-19)

Games-Women: Sandra Lattin 183, Elaine Simmons 182, Anne Peterson

181; Men: Anthony Chastain 234, Jim Simmons 233, Les Starks 227

Series-Women: Nan Anderson 504, Lattin 494, Kelly Thalman 485; Men:

George Balcarcel 638, Les Starks 630, CJ Lattin and Joe Quinn 587

Team Game: Sierra Glass 819, Quick Silver 745, TND's 736

Team Series: Sierra Glass 2300, Team Rez 2130, The Slowsky's 2086

Standings: Team Rez 26.5-17.5, TND's 26-18, 4 Pins 8 Balls, Sierra Memorials and Twenty Percenters 25-29

Summer Morning Rollers (7-20)

Games-Women: Jeannie Philbin 212, LaDonna Newton 185, Joann Autler 176; Men: Pat Otto 219, Chuck Farris 216, Tim Newton 206

Series-Women: Philbin 565, Newton 489, Autler 476; Men: Farris 601, Joe Rodriguez 545, Newton 544

Team Game: Team No. 3 539, MLT's 525, The Handicaps 513

Team Series: Team No. 3 1503, MLT's 1452, The Handicaps 1446

Standings: Hardscapes 101 32.5-15.5, M.L.T.'s and The Vikings 29-19, Just Us 28-20

Young at Heart (7-20)

Games-Women: Arleen Williams 215, Bobbie Sargent 199, Pat Wynne

194; Men: Jim Simmons 230, Felix Espino 226, Chris Parreira 217

Series-Women: Williams 545, Sargent and Wynne 477; Men: Simmons 598, Espino 483, Dave Hunter and Parreira 576

Team Game: Hambones 780, The Leftovers 748, No Way But Up 735

Team Series: The Leftovers 2225, Missteps 2062, Hambone 2052

Standings: Pin Heads 32-12, Angels Harte 30.5-13.5, Custom Homes and No Excuses 28-16

Jokers Wild Summer (7-20)

Games-Women: Kathy Foote 175, Phyliss Miller 163, Denise Peverill

158; Men: Kevin Jones 267, Dan Isam 244, Robert Porovich 239

Series-Women: Miller 460, Connie Land 426, Denise Peverill 424; Men: Porovich 716, Isam 641, Warren Walker 640

Team Game: SAMM 864, Da Sandbaggers 820, Beer Framed 805

Team Series: SAMM 2392, Da Sandbaggers 2264, Beer Framed 2216

Standings: SAMM 30-14, Alley Cats 26-18, Da Sandbaggers 24.5-19.5

Helakno Full House (7-28)

Games-Women: Amanda Klaahsen 201, Holly Matranga 196, Ruth Abreo

178; Men: Jim LeMaster 256, Les Olson 245, John Rago and Kevin Flanagan


Series-Women: Matranga 557, Klaahsen 552, Abreo 504; Men: Rago 684, LeMaster 652, Flanagan 648

Team Game: Team No. 7 779, Spare Us 760, TuoGrov 756

Team Series: Team No. 7 2278, TuoGrov 2208, Spare Us 2131

Standings: Team No. 7, and Spare Us 21-7, Tuo-Grov 19-9, Grapes of Wrath 18-10

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