Lattin lives up to league name; bowls 91 pins over his average

The Union Democrat Sports Department

By RUTH ABREO

For The Union Democrat

CJ Lattin lived up to his league name (High Rollers) for this report with the high game for men. Lattin rolled a 279, which just happened to be a whopping 91 pins over his already high 188 average.

The high series for men was owned by Robert Porovich (Jokers Wild) who rolled a 692, which edged out Lattin by 10 pins.

The high game and series for women both come from the High Rollers league as well. Kelly Thalman rolled the high game (219) while leaguemate Barbara Newman rolled the high series (544).

Also having no trouble with the lanes or the delivery of their ball

was: Jim Simmons with a 269, Mike Hutchins with a 253 and Anthony

Chastain with a 650 series (all from High Rollers); Jim Simmons with a

256 in Young at Heart and in Jokers Wild, it was Lattin who added a 253.

League Champions have been declared in the following leagues: Team

Rez (Jason Hendricks, Kevin Moyle, Tom Hendricks) won the High Rollers

league; Summer Morning Rollers had Hardscapes 101 (Mary Wilcox, Sharon

McThorn and Joann Autler) taking away the trophy; Young at Heart had

Angels Harte (Billie and Leo Fogg and Sue and Danny Laureta) on top;

and in Jokers Wild it was SAMM (John Glick, Dave Hylton, Robert

Porovich, Brian Basacker and team-sub Shanee Robinson) with the honors

by just a half game over Da Sandbaggers.

Bowling Scores for week of 8-22

Sonora Regional Medical Center (8-8)

Games: Brandy Stowers 173, Willie Boire 160, Jane Gibler 145

Series: Jean Curto 505, Jackie Ferreira 385, Diane Hislop 380

Team Game: Dangerous Dames 550, Sweet Rolls 536, Bowling Buddies 501

Team Series: Sweet Rolls 1537, Dangerous Dames 1445, Pink Ladies 1425

Standings: Dangerous Dames 31.5-12.5, Bowling Buddies 24.5-19.5, Pink Ladies 24-20

Diamond Duos (8-9)

Games-Women: Marilyn Day 191, Josie Lee 172, Shirley Parades 169; Men: Don Kasso 233, Ivan Johnson 203, Joe Rodriguez 183

Series-Women: Day 545, Parades 493, Lee 473; Men: Kasso 624, Jeff Hurley 523, I Johnson 521

Team Game: One Game Wonders 369, Her & Him 349, J&C Express 344

Team Series: The S&J 1000, J&C Express 922, Her & Him 969

Standings: The S & J 37.5-18.5, J & C Express 34-21, Golden Oldies 33-23

High Rollers (8-9)

Games-Women: Kelly Thalman 219, Barbara Newman 195, Nan Anderson 182; Men: CJ Lattin 279, Jim Simmons 269, Mike Hutchins 253

Series-Women: Newman 544, Thalman 505, Sandra Lattin 492; Men: Lattin 682, Anthony Chastain 650, John Crass 637

Team Game: Sierra Glass 792, 4 Pins 8 Balls 784, Quick Silver 779

Team Series: 4 Pins 8 Balls 2288, Sierra Glass 2263, Team Rez 2153

Standings: Team Rez 35.5-20.5, Sierra Memorials and TND's 35-21,4 Pins 8 Balls and Twenty Percenters 30-26

Summer Morning Rollers (8-10)

Games-Women: Sharon McThorn 190, Jeannie Philbin 188, Betty Starks 180; Men: Ivan Johnson 199, Pat Otto 198, Tim Newton 197

Series-Women: Philbin 527, McThorn 520, Mary White 508; Men: Newton 557, Otto 553, I Johnson 516

Team Game: M.L.T's 515, Hardscapes 509, Just Us 493

Team Series: MLT's 1518, Hardscapes 1475, The Handicaps 1420

Standings: Hardscapes 101 40.5-19.5, M.L.T's 36-24, Foothill Home Mortgage 34-26

Young at Heart (8-10)

Games-Women: Janis Banchero 191, Terry Hall 188, Kay Hunter 178; Men: Jim Simmons 256, Dave Hunter and John Crass 217

Series-Women: Hunter 504, Ada Hill 496, Margaret Taddei 494; Men: Simmons 617, John Crass 607, Bob Gomes 575

Team Game: Hambones 725, No Way But Up 703, Wednesday Wonders 698

Team Series: Wednesday Wonders 2058, The Leftovers 2032, Hambone 2011

Standings: Angels Harte 38.5-17.5, Pin Heads 38-18, Custom Homes 35-21

Jokers Wild Summer (8-10)

Games-Women: Connie Land 177, Phyliss Miller 172, Sandra Lattin

171; Men: Robert Porovich 257, CJ Lattin 253, Steve Feola 242

Series-Women: Debbie Enos 450, Miller 441, Land 425; Men: Porovich 692, Feola 646, Casey Kerns 642

Team Game: SAMM 841, Da Sandbaggers 822, Micro-Tronics 765

Team Series: Da Sandbaggers 2377, SAMM 2319, Anderson Plumbing 2217

Standings: SAMM 34-22, Da Sandbaggers 33.5-22.5, Alley Cats 31-25 .

Black Oak 9-pin No-Tap 8-8 (no report due to SIRS tournament)

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