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Editors Note: This weeks column is dedicated to Darlene Stewart.
Bowling out of the Valero league, Kurt Cullums and RaeAnna Todora led the way for the men and women, respectively. Kurt had a high game of 288 on the way to a set of 740 while RaeAnna had a nice 673 series.
Our Senior bowlers this week were led by Gloria Divello and Rick Hermsen both bowling in the Road Runners league. Gloria had a nice game of 258 on to a 591 series while Rick hammered the racks for a 639 set.
Our youngsters bowling in the Stars of Tomorrow were led by Hunter Engle and Katie Quinn. Hunter had a nice 551 set while Katie rolled a 481 series.
Monday morning the bowling family at Max bowl suffered a great lost with the death of Darlene Stewart or how she was affectionately known too many as Granny. Granny was the Max bowl bookkeeper. Please keep in your prayers her daughters JoAnn Williams and Michelle Powell and their families as well her brothers Rick and Larry Deslatte. RIP Granny.
Cynthia Williams 137, Bruce VanBoskirk 169, John Beard 157, James Pitre 233-604, Carl Wuenschel 152, William Gore 173, Art Leon 164, Cotton Glidewell 213.
Jan Cates 204, Justin Sanders 202, John Robison 202, Royce Robbins 198, Mike Doyle 204-268-214-686, Derrick Rivers 205, Jamal Lowe 204, Logan Lomasney 234-671, Jamie Engle 226-614, Richard Cooper 228, Shane Harlow 236-629, Branden Powell 255-663, Caleb Klein 236-643, Rhett Williford 244-231-211-686, Roger Hartwig 223, James Neel 242-633, Ashley Nunez 224-620, Eric Monarch 219, Ray Gaspard 276-616, Kaci Leatherwood 151, Kerry Stevens 202, Aaron Trahan 128, Trey Gaspard 219, Eric Wilson 229, Mark Huff 194, Steve Powell 227, Eric Longmire 233-600, Elaine Whitten 191, Patsy Ronquille 191, MaryAna Kimball 200-536, Diana Dennis 193, Ryan Miller 221, Keegan Malbrough 226, RaeAnna Todora 235-202-236-673, Mark Maxwell 241, Aaron Vanover 257-621, Murphy Burch 269-625, John Parent 204, Walter Tucker 207, Chris Marze 244-597, Teri Lamance 154, Bryan Boldt 203, Russell Hebert 247-611, Sean Mouchette 234-614, Roman Rodriguez 203, Merced Rodriguez 213, James Moity 213, Shannon Quinn 217-556, Kyle Miller 234-218-205-657, Mack McPhatter 236-616, Kurt Cullums 195-257-288-740, Sam Procell 203, Missy O’Connor 202-551.
Cotton Glidewell 196, John Greig 168, Lewis Garza 217, Gloria Divello 258-591, Frank Rios 163, Rick Hermsen 236-639, Phil Rogers 206, Marvin Ermel 191, Don Bourg 205, Bill Lawless 194, James Pitre 215-614.
Connie Mathison 185-191-208-584, Brenda Dodson 179, June Badon 173, Rita Hicks 199-574, Donna Loupe 165, Nell Futch 155, Wilma Pace 127 .
V J Willis 185, Gloria Divello 202-532, James Pitre 210, Tommy Girolamo 225-635, Cliff Mosley 200, Sue Morris 178, Gary Vincent 213, Marvin Ermel 202, Chuck Burns 188, Blanch Comeaux 200-531, Robert Seymour 201, Chris Heath 178, Donald Bourg 218-601, Oliver Balagot 220-607, .
Mid County Mixed
Israel Guidry 161, Chuck Hall 211, Rey Diestro 207-569, Alberto Elefano 189.
Chayla Merritt 161, Brandon Warner 215-519, Chris Merritt 197, Aubrey McKee 200-538, Brandon Costanzo 173, Bill White 225-603, Caleb Klein 201-249-221-671, Charles Venable 201, James Roberson 231, Mike Wagner 224, Dee Dennis 195, Latisha Garcia 146, Derrick Garcia 149, Jeff White 170, Brad Waugh 269-672, Rusty Crow 233, Eric Kyles 245, Bo Cohrt 236-230-226-692, Dean Wersig 219-226-223-668, Michael Redd 172, Eric Monarch 228-629, Shawn Sachs 180, Aaron Wersig 212, Zack Sonnier 215, Amanda Danis 185-506, Stuart Ellis 203-228-238-669.
Ben Wolfe 218-183-221-622, Chris Chiasson 223-668, Drew McClary 252, Aimee Engle 194, RaeAnna Todora 258-668, Jamie Engle 235-680, Eric Harrington 278, Chris Edwards 228, Tommy Courmier 230-627, John Lemonis 206, Renee Moity 244-579, Micheal Morvant 194, Brian Smith 212, Roynald Allen 224, Logan Lomasney 256-648, Jimmy Calder 246-252-211-709, Richard Calder 213, Dustin Richardson 222, Debbie Morein 140, George Gund 278-758, Roger Fregia 228, Wesley Williams 234, Wayne Lavergne 254-661, Jonathan Martin 216, Bill White 225-651, Caleb Klein 241-615, Chris Tovar 190, Colby Daniel 213, Sarah Persons 216-515, Scott Cooper 268-640, Howard Holst 232-612, James Moity 242-612, Susan Rankin 170, Dylan Williams 148, Fred Feldschau 206, Tommy Roberts 215, Steve Powell 223, Shane Harlow 216-610, Joe Duke 208, Georgeann Richardson 222, Skipper Arsenault 268-269-231-768, Zim Morris 203, Trint Miguez 221, Gary Martin 243-612, George Parsley 245-643, Casey Smith 227, CJ Moity 236-632, Kaylee Powell 235-234-219-688, Tray Batson 258-682, Ronnie Sonnier 298-739, Tommy Girolamo 258-634, Paul Vaughn 213-611, Mike Charles 264-639, James Pitre 217, Lyn Bourgeois 234-232-242-708, Jeff Wright 254-259-228-741, Russell Hebert 246-666, Danny Potter 203, Paul Uresti 212, Rick Hermsen 267-684, Robert Lowe 204, Robert Duke 227-645, David Bruno 208-290-238-736, Kirwin Melo 246-673, Donna Rhodes 202, Jeff Hayes 213, Charlie Rhodes 205, Bobby Clark 243-656, Kirk Edwards 220, Bo Cohrt 223-615, Ricky Malmberg 224, Giles Broussard 166, Craig Rankin 210, DEevon Rankin 229, Thang Nguyen 236-630, Sang Hguyen 213.
Friday Fun Bunch
Stephanie Harrison 171-437, Sylvia Thomas 141, Nick Broussard 142, Kristopher Harrison 160, Beverly Wallace 166 .
STARS OF TOMORROW
Blake Dugas 170-170-181-521, Hunter Engle 212-552, Blaine Seymour 173, Jarred Maxwell 201, Kobi Chiasson 105, Brandon Bertrand 187-511, Adam Wersig 194-520.
PORT ARTHUR —
Editors Note: This weeks column is dedicated to Darlene Stewart.
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BEAUMONT — It may be just the second year of the program’s revival, but the Lamar softball team has already established a tradition: Winning the home opener on a walk-off home run.
Casey Cromwell’s three-run blast in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Lady Cardinals a 6-4 win over Southeastern Louisiana at Ford Park in the first home game of 2014 for Lamar and the Southland Conference opener for both squads.
Lamar, which won its first game last year over UTSA on a walk-off home run by Ashley McDowell, cruised to an 8-1 win over Southeastern Louisiana in Saturday’s nightcap.
“This is why I love playing at home,” Lamar coach Holly Bruder said. “The fans really get us pumped up, and we respond.”
Cromwell hit two home runs in the opener for Lamar (5-9 overall, 2-0 Southland). Beverly Corry also homered for Lamar. Shannon Millman (3-5) was the winning pitcher for the Lady Cardinals in both games, working 1 1-3 innings of scoreless relief in the first game before firing a three-hit gem in the nightcap.
“We got tremendous pitching for both Shannon and Tina (Schulz) today,” Bruder said. “We also got some great defense, and that really helped us.”
Candyce Carter and Jenna Holland homered for Lamar in the second game. Carter had three RBIs in the game, while Holland and Julianne Viator added two RBIs apiece.
Carter closed out the game in spectacular fashion, making a diving grab in center field to turn what looked to be a sure double off the bat of Brittney Tschoepe into the final out of the game.
The two teams wrap up their three-game series with a single contest at 1 p.m. Sunday at Ford Park. All senior citizens 55 and older receive free admission.
“It’s always tough to sweep a team,” Bruder said. “We know Sunday’s game will be tough.”
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