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November 16, 2013

Janice Todora column: Gund sets Max Bowl pace with 771 series

PORT ARTHUR — George Gund led this week’s action at Max Bowl. Bowling in the Thursday night Mega Money league, George had games of 269-226-276 for a nice 771 series. Close behind was the "Chief" CJ Moity with 277-222-268-767 series. Leading the way for the women this week was Sami Jo Wiiliams. Sami Jo had a nice 618 set.

  Other notable scores this week were Jaime Engle, in the Mega Money, with a 286-259-755 series and in the Valero league Jaime knocks down a 710 set. Robert Duke had a 260-258-755, Eric Manthei shot a 258-258-751 series, Skipper Arsenault-279-246-751, George Parsley 745, Chris Chiasson-275-700, Derek Williams-278-709, Logan Lomasney shoots a 710 series, Eric Harrington has a 703 and Gary Martin lands a 701 series.

  In our youth league Ryan Nguyen had a nice 562 series and our senior bowlers were led by Gloria Divello, in the Monday Senior league with a 604 series and in the Golden Oldies league Tommy Girolamo shot a 651.

  MONDAY SENIORS: Cynthia Williams-140, Paul McDaniel-187-506, Rick Hermsen-213-575, Carl Wuenschel-164, Venix Morris-224-580, Bruce VanBoskirk-170, James Pitre-226-610, Gloria Divello-213-194-197-604.

  ROAD RUNNERS: V.J. Willis-186, Rick Hermsen-279-696, Chris Heath-205-518, C J Moity-277-222-268-767, Cynthia Williams-163, Judy Arsenault-189-526, John Greig-163, Lewis Garza-198-537, Blanch Comeaux-176, Marvin Ermel-191-540, Cotton Glidewell-187-513.

  VALERO: Ryan Miller-192-516, Keegan Malbrough-215-555, Ryan Guidry-221-545, Richard Lamance-213-568, Teri Lamance-171, Mack McPhatter-609, Kurt Cullums-241, Kyle Miller-203, Mark Maxwell-219-232-236-687, Russell Hebert-214-234-227-675, Sam Procell-184, Justin Sanders-204, Justin Wiltz-133, Bruce VanBoskirk-189, Aaron Vanover-200, Justin Tremont-222-598, Ray Gaspard-237-226-196-659, C J Moity-224, Roger Hartwig-258-673, Erik Postula-234-237-213-684, Logan Lomasney-211-275-224-710, Eric Manthei-258-235-258-751, Jamie Engle-225-268-217-710, Dee Dennis-191-537, James Neel-224, Eric Kyles-225-635, Eric Monarch-206, Jamal Lowe-209-567, Sandy Robbins-202-521, Royce Robbins-202-554, Mike Doyle-217-635, Robert Foret-168, Kerry Stevens-211, John Robinson-193-534, Bill White-227-611, Shane Harlow-236-659, Richard Cooper-248-625, Branden Powell-247-624, Farrell Menard-205-533, John Parent-245, Walter Tucker-214-586, Stan Ruth-202, Robert Seymour-223, Sami Jo Williams-237-618, Steve Powell-238.

  QUEEN TUMBLERS: Flo Benoit-181, Lynne Richter-183, Frances Boudreaux-189-511, Donna Loupe-153, Elsie Tweedel-165, Janice Todora-164, Rita Hicks-173, Bel Garcia-154, Jenni Beaumont-197-513, June Badon-183-468, Alice Barnes-182-506, Donna Kelly-190-481, Betty Shannon-178-500.

  GOLDEN OLDIES: Gary Vincent-214, Venix Morris-188-543, Chuck Burns-188-549, Hedy Zampini-180, John Greig-178, Phil Rogers-187-517, Tommy Girolamo-232-216-203-651, Cliff Mosley-191-513, Don Edgerly-185-529, Frank Rios-171, August Gonsoulin-257-588, John Beard-164, Paul Vaughn-221-541.

  FUNBOWLERS: Bo Cohrt-234-659, Dan Sanders-197, Kaleena Sachs-168, Aubrey McKee-227-587, Ashley Nunez-202-566, Bill White-235-215-214-664, Eric Monarch-214, Chayla Merritt-150, Elizabeth Wigley-159, Brandon Warner-176, Dee Dennis-178-506, Melissa Holmes-148, Alan Kay-192-526, Micha Miller-244, Eric Kyles-202, Stuart Ellis-224-631, Molly Hogan-187-511, Caleb Klein-212, Charles Venable-176, James Roberson-217.

  MID COUNTY MIXED: Chuck Hall-268-631, Alberto Elefano-170, Marvin Balagot-220.

  MEGA MONEY: Aimee Engle-175-502, Drew McClary-247-227-214-688, RaeAnnaTodora-227, Jamie Engle-286-755, Curtis Harrington-225-612, Chris Edwards-235-617, Eric Harrington-259-703, Bo Cohrt-226, Ricky Malmberg-233, Roger Fregia-224, Wesley Williams-226, Wayne Lavergne-244-662, Troy Girolamo-212, Mike Charles-208, Gina Wilson-225, James Pitre-222, Bill White-246-646, Hardy Charles-214, Brian Smith-166, Roynald Allen-203, Trey Todora-227, Logan Lomasney-225, Joseph Wolfe-202, Ben Wolfe-237-638, Robert Seymour-193, Ronald Anding-213-225-211-649, Chris Rhodes-221-638, James Morein-214, Steve Powell-221, James Neel-213, Branden Powell-228-656, Joe Duke-203, Georgeann Richardson-212, Skipper Arsenault-279-246-226-751, Walter Homick-234-626, Isaac Rollins-211, Eric Kyles-235, Russell Hebert-215-212-214-641, Marty Luginbohl-216-609, Paul Vaughn-225, Chris Chiasson-275-700, Rick Hermsen-225, Richard Calder-228-617, Jimmy Calder-228-234-204-666, Robert Duke-235-260-258-753, Sarah Persons-179, Jeff Witzleben-234, David Bruno-257-228-214-699, Erik Postula-246-667, Gary Martin-220-224-257-701, George Gund-269-226-276-771, George Parsley-256-24-235-745, Howard Holst II-200, Roger Reiland-191, Chau Nguyen-215, C J Moity-238, Tray Batson-257, Derek Williams-278-709, Ronnie Sonnier-234-230-224-688, Kaylee Powell-188-522, Tammy Nick-179, Renee Moity-205-571, John Lemonis-223, Kirk Edwards-200-541, Corey Walker-225, Jeff Anderson-236, Mike Zuckero-243-621, Jennifer Gutierrez-155, Adriana Cardenas-134, Susan Rankin-175, Lyn Bourgeois-206, Randy Callahan-203, Chuck Burns-230-659, Casey Smith-211, Caleb Klein-233, Chris Tovar-161, Cuong Cao-216-627, Colby Daniel-247, Tommy Girolamo-202, Gary Vincent-227-608.

  STARS OF TOMORROW: Travis Bridges-97, Rachel Vanderlee-85, Katie Quinn-200-540, Shane Foreman-153, Cain Shaw-132, Ryan Nguyen-180-191-191-562, Kyleigh Robin-108.

 

 

 

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    (To contact Chester Moore, e-mail him at cmooreoutdoors@gmail.com. You can hear him on “Moore Outdoors” Fridays from 6-7 p.m. on Newstalk AM 560 KLVI or online at www.klvi.com or watch him on “God’ Outdoors with Chester Moore” Saturdays at 10 a.m. on GETV.org)

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