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first_imgValero’s Monday night league produced this weeks top female bowler. Sami Jo Williams leads all the lady bowlers for the third week in a row. Sami Jo lit up the lanes to the tune of 256, 246 and 222 for a nice 724 series.Thursday night’s Energy Country Ford/Allstate League some excitement the week of Oct. 8-14. Jeff Witzleben had a near perfect 299 game in the middle of his three game set. Alice Barnes led all the senior ladies with games of 194, 168 and 239 for a 601 series. James Mikel led the senior men with games of 237, 213 and 268 for a nice 718. This week’s top bowler is Branden Powell. Branden hammered the lanes with games of 246, 268 and 236 for a 750 series. Next UpCain Shaw led the youth bowlers this week with games of 256, 245 and 176 for a nice 677 set.I do know we had a group of bowlers in San Antonio this weekend at the Texas Mixed State Championships. If there were any honor scores we would like to spread the news.Until next week good bowling! • 700s: Sami Jo Williams 256-246-222-724, Tyler Combs 214-224-269-707, George Gund 188-279-244-711, Daryl Hughes 256-245-237-738, Branden Powell 246-268-236-750, James Mikel 237-213-268-718, Matt Mannino 247-255-239-741, James Moity 234-245-235-714, Trey Todora 249-255-235-739.• VALERO: Mack McPhatter 226-555, Ryan Smith 278-674, Bob Cullums 182-518, Kurt Cullums 239-634, David Allen 203-558, Demetra 140-378, Chris Heath 158-455, Eloy Santanna 166-466, Will Bailey 192-518, Zach Wiley 210-517, Derrick Rivers 211-620, Jamaal Lowe 229-615, Christie Marcantel 143-395, TroyGirolamo 233-609, Matthew Maxwell 244-630, Justin Cates 183-526, Alan Kay 206-577, Kaci Leatherwood 141-363, Dee Dennis 204-565, Georgeann Richardson 213-576, Austin Arsenault 183-486, Alice Barnes 208-594, John Robison 190-494, James Pitre 221-617, Kirwin Melo 231-592, Alanda Boldt 221-576, BryanBoldt 220-589, Tara Candee 177-457, Ryan Worthy 235-647, Erick Brown 243-602, Chuck Mitchell 233-682, Christ Theal 208-548, Darrel Chance 213-557, Dave Pulver 185-519, Robert Seymour 195-526, Gail Seymour 223-531, Wendy Medina 129-343, RaeAnna Todora 267-673, CJ Moity 236-586, Carlos Medina 198-527, Farrell Menard 168-478, Josh Schoonfield 151-362, Derrick Joyce 168-449, Jeremy Premeaux 206-496, Bruce VanBoskirk 190-474, Murphy Burch 242-656, Steve Schuster 236-664, James Motiv 251-690, Chad Carlson 193-482, Renee Moity 199-529. • QUEEN TUMBLERS: Bel Garcia 135-387, Jenni Beaumont 167-479, June Badon 196-537, Shelia Vaughan 154-440, Lynne Richter 180-458, Emily Davis 112-323, Frances Boudreaux 136-369, Alice Barnes 207-562, Donna Kelly 155-380, Betty Shannon 163-442, Donna Loupe 136-371, Janice Todora 153-438, Dot Font 158-431, Martha Thomasson 144-369, Connie Mathison 191-509, Flo Benoit 188-527, Donna Thomas 140-368, Jackie Schell 161-387, Rene Pulver 200-499.• GOLDEN OLDIES: Blanch Comeaux 160-409, Tommy Girolamo 204-559, Cliff Mosley 187-514, Cynthia Williams 117-311, Gloria Divello 176-496, Betty Sheffield 144-363, Bill Lawless 151-382, Cindy Hebert 123-353, John Anderson 178-478, Randy Zampini 159-402, Charlotte Banks 125-347, Beverly Wallace 172-403, OliverBalagot 177-471, James Pitre 204-562, Mary Kay Rios 146-375, Bruce Powell 169-432, Frank Rios 153-429, Donna Clifton 124-356, Fred Clifton 153-413, V.J. Willis 194-516, Venix Morris 178-470, Mary Gravett 135-358, Rick Hermsen 235-618, Bonnie Timaeus 135-367, Frankie Hall 168-459, Bill Allen 207-523, Robert Seymour 176-476, Paul Vaughan 213-600, CJ Moity 213-524, William Gore 191-464, Hedy Zampini 154-401, John Greig 160-390, Art Leon 138-388.center_img • MID-COUNTY MIXED: Vladie Quirante 181-494, Bruce VanBoskirk 166-411, Rey Diestro 173-478, Resty Baluyot 171-482, Tessie Balagot 160-424.• FUN BOWLERS: Joyce Cialona 191-532, Julie Crane 182-467, Bruce Powell 194-501, Bruce Crane 219-561, Carol Berryman 140-338, Robert Miller 170-434, Erin White 166-452, Steve Killion 174-439, Ron Carlin 179-519, Arnold Jones 190-474, Ed Zuschlag 153-408, Iron Owens 180-498, Charles Venable 220-542, Chris White 202-519, Matthew Linnens 220-541, Craig Castille 150-354, Dee Dennis 233-622, Aubrey McKee 232-605, Wilson Burton 237-586, Dean Salles 225-595, Dolores Rodrigues 158-431, James Pitre 263-666.• ENERGY COUNTRY/ALLSTATE: Belinda Humphrey 234-635, Dennis Humphrey 219-537, Langdon Gund 214-552, Walt Homick 220-589, Michael Peterson 173-436, Chuck Clark 178-404, Kody Rountree 236-537, Griffin Williams 248-651, Sami Jo Williams 249-644, Joann Williams 195-524, Maryana Kimball 175-477, Charlene Wersig 192-501, Avery Henry 254-611, Dean Wersig 237-600, Jamaal Lowe 234-642, Darrel Robinson 221-589, Mike Jacquet 254-631, Chris Edwards 224-572, Mary Jane Parsley 168-474, Janice Todora 170-477, Alice Barnes 239-601, Jeremy Tremonte 212-524, Sandra Windham 236-610, Belinda Powell 223-629, RaeAnna Todora 237-682, John Allen 250-671, James Robinson 204-540, Dennis Thompson 247-677, Leroy Young 196-573, Georgeann Richardson 200-532, Austin Arsenault 206-526, Carlos Medina 193-527, Skipper Arsenault 268-620, Jacob McConnell 221-595, Jeff Witzleben 299-655, David Bruno 255-694, Larry Witzleben 189-503, Erik Postula 211-557, Gary Martin 238-652, Ryan Worthy 204-559, George Parsley 247-684, Charles Mitchell 268-665, Andrew Pridemore 254-653, Tyler Rikoff 208-586, Jake Glenn 197-540, Ray Todora 195-518, Kim Bourque 225-628, Eric Manthei 259-675, Hardy Charles 233-550, Randy Young 175-426, John May 171-435, John Ramsey 223-633, Clay Mayhew 197-476, Ryan Cooper 221-594, Garret Holmes 190-493, Jakeevan Sonnier 212-489, Isaac Rollins 206-505, Marcus Joseph 225-584, Giles Broussard 186-498, Dillon Rankin 192-525, Joe Duke 187-482, Georgia McElroy 130-337, Bob Bellow 246-678, CJ Moity 258-635, Tammy Nick 190-499, Shelly Moity 232-538, Braden Grusecki 183-476, Bob Grusecki 191-525, Casey Smith 213-594, Rusti Girolamo 140-402, Jason Beavens 268-675, Theresa Beavens 155-400, Chris Kaufmann 209-578, Darin Murray 225-598, Alan Kay 234-542, Ben Cortez 207-561, Travis Johnson 211-544, David Gilley 234-568, Michael Morvant 207-576, Shane Harlow 232-654, Gerard Fresnido 159-414, David Pulver 168-459, Rene Pulver 181-427, John Ferguson 189-479.• STARS of TOMORROW Cain Shaw 256-245-176-677, Blaine Seymour 212-571, Rylee 78-173, Brandon Bertrand 224-580, Ryan Thomas 178-460, Anthony Hernandez 129-336, James Andrews 94-200.last_img read more

first_imgLodge Secondary dethroned Annandale to be crowned the new GuyOil/Tradewind Tankers Secondary School Football League Champion yesterday at the National Training Center, Providence. It was a historic performance from the Jamoon Street unit, who recorded the first ever perfect season in the competition’s history following their 1-0 victory.With Lodge only requiring a draw to seal the coveted title, the contest was decided by what proved to be the fixture’s only conversion compliments of a Rasheed Evans effort in the 15th minute.It was a timely finish from Evans who directed his powerful header into the back of the net, after latching onto a cross into the penalty area. The two teams will now represent the Georgetown area in the KFC Goodwill Series which is set to commence on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Bishops’ High and President’s College battled to a scoreless draw in their respective final match.With the result, the Bishops’ High ended their campaign on 15 points and in the fourth position, whilst President’s College finished their tournament in fifth place on 14 points. Completed Results Game-2Lodge Secondary-1 vs Annandale-0 Rasheed Evans-15thGame-1President College-0 vs the Bishops High-0 last_img read more

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Subway service that was delayed for most of the morning after a man was killed by a Metro subway train at the Westlake/MacArthur Park Station returned to normal Saturday. Subways at the station at 662 S. Alvarado St., where an unidentified male either fell or leapt from a platform in front of the train around 8:37 a.m., experienced 12-minute delays until 12:50 p.m., said Luis Inzunza, a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The man’s death is still being investigated. “We don’t know if it was a suicide. That’s still under investigation,” said MTA spokesman Marc Littman. Service on the westbound track was disrupted as authorities shut it down and worked to remove the body from beneath the train. Westbound trains through the station were rerouted along the eastbound track, causing delays in service for both directions. Los Angeles’ 19-mile-long Red and Purple subway lines share tracks through the Westlake/MacArthur Park station, and carry about 138,000 passengers daily.last_img read more

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