Bowling league scores |

Bowling league scores

Holy Rollers League Feb. 3Team Wins Losses1. Just Us 50 302. Alley Gators 47 333. F.O.D.’s 45 354. ATB 40 405. O2 & M 33 476. Bob Sagat Appreciation Society 25 55High Game (Scratch) Men: Chris Baer 234 Women: Autumn Fisher 204High Game (Handicap) Men: Chris Baer 236 Women: Monique Iannuzzi 243High Series (Scratch) Men: Chris Baer 660 Women: Autumn Fisher 555High Series (Handicap) Men: Chris Baer 666 Women: Autumn Fisher 648Lady Bugs League Jan. 311. Bowling Bags 43 332. Fallen Balls 41.5 34.53. Sparemades 41.5 34.54. Team 4 What 40 365. Java Gurus 39 376. Consistently Inconsistent 23 53High Game (Scratch) Linda Robben 193High Game (Handicap) Linda Robben 238High Series (Scratch) Cindy Thompson 517High Series (Handicap) Cindy Thompson 661Monday Night Louie’s Ladies Jan. 28Who Gives a Split 48.5 27.5Strike Me a Spare 48 28Just Us 42 34D Team 35.5 40.5McDonald’s 27.5 48.5Plumb Bobs 26.5 49.5 High Game Scratch- Kyrs Boy 189High Game Handicap- Kyrs Boy 238High Series Scratch- Kyrs Boy- 511High Series Handicap- Kyrs Boy 658Tuesday Las Vegas League – Jan. 19High Scratch GamePete Woronovitch – 190Theresa Powell – 197High Handicap GamePete Woronovitch – 235Theresa Powell – 247High Scratch SeriesTony Griffin – 489Sue Tomasek – 488High Handicap SeriesKenneth Clark – 646Diane Temple – 668@Standings:Team Name wins losses1 Who Gives a S*** 39 252 Diamonds in the Ruff 36 283 Acme Gutter Rats 35 294 Were Back Again 34.5 29.55 Spare Parts 31 336 Crawl with Dignity 29 357 Ace Plumbing 27 378 Pin Action 24.5 39.5Wednesday Night Mens League Jan. 30High Scratch GamePete Woronovitch – 204High Handicap GameTony Griffin – 243High Scratch SeriesBarry Smith – 557High Handicap SeriesTony Griffin – 685@Standings:Team Name wins losses1 Be Back Next Week 40 242 Alpine Jammers 36 283 Gutter Boys 28 364 Rock-Hes 24 40

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