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Community sports scoreboard, Feb. 11

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BOWLING

LOCAL LEAGUES

At Big Al’s

Feb. 4

54”40” Mill League — Men: Dave Kuhlman 204-194-232 630. Women: Beth Cross 191-179-140 510.

Feb. 6

Coors Light Renegades — Men: Scott Zitterkopf 199-225-225 649, Brian Schrantz 253-195-201 649. Women: Nicole Miller 173-171-156 500.

Feb. 7

Sr. Monte Carlo — Men: David Maneche 279-166-172 665. Women: Jan Eklof 188-152-174 514.

At Husted’s Hazel Dell Lanes

Jan. 31

Women’s Classic — Juanita Berry 188-164-201 553.

Feb. 2

Saturday Preps (ages 7-11) — Boys: William Mallory 129-123-126 378. Girls: Faith Ordway 111-112-116 339.

Saturday Juniors (ages 12-20) — Boys: Hunter Bower 192-300-268 760. Girls: Jessica DuFrain 236-207-190 633.

Saturday Nite Sudsers — Men: Wayne Edwards 245-246-202 693. Women: Lynne Cummings 183-225-151 559.

Feb. 4

Moose Mixed — Men: Rick Eten 189-257-234 680. Women: Sandi Marsh 165-213-196 574.

Cosmopolitan — Chip Bingham 247-300-245 792.

HONOR SCORES

Men

300 — Chip Bingham, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4 (second career 300)

279 — David Maneche, Big Al’s Sr. Monte Carlo, Feb. 7

278 — Michael Fulbright, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4

269 — Chris Frazier, Hazel Dell Saturday Nite Sudsers, Feb. 2

266 — Tom Godkin, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4

266 — Darren Stanley, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4

266 — Ken Blackwell, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4

265 — Bill Neumann, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Feb. 4

Juniors

300 — Hunter Bower, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

236 — Jessica DuFrain, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

221 — Jacob Frazier, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

214 — Kylee Wisinski, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

203 — Luke Cox, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

202 — Derek Haight, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

202 — Aiden Keithley, Hazel Dell Saturday Juniors, Feb. 2

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