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Community Scoreboard, Oct. 22

By , Columbian Sports Editor
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BOWLING

LOCAL LEAGUES

At Bailey’s Tiger Bowl

Oct. 15

Battle Ground School Employees — Men: Tod Garred 205-153-187 545; Women: Carrianne Sparks 150-162-151 463.

Tuesday Tigerettes — Jan Long 192-121-144 527.

At Big Al’s

Oct. 14

Mill & Friends — Men: Roger Alley 187-178-221 586; Women: Karin Hemstock 179-161-138 478.

Oct. 15

Young @ Heart — Men: Glen Brown 182-209-188 579; Women: Sharron Wannamaker 160-204-156 520.

Oct. 16

Coors Light Renegades — Men: Jameson Kauhi 247-257-243 747; Women: Sandy Stevens 168-181-167 516.

Oct. 17

Sr. Monte Carlo — Men: David Manecke 148-187-251 586; Women: Thu-Lan Fick 183-179-156 518.

Husted’s Hazel Dell Lanes

Oct. 10

Women’s Classic — Marcia Speich 565 series.

Oct. 11

Senior Rollers — Men: Jay Vallandingham 234-215-236 685; Women: Mary Dahlstrom 154-194-154 502.

Oct. 12

Saturday Nite Sudsers — Men: Wayne Edwards 247-224-269 740; Women: Jessica DuFrain 189-233-224 646.

Oct. 14

Cosmopolitan — Jason Lower 258-268-245 771.

Moose Mixed — Men: Kyle Crowley 205-213-223 641; Women: Amanda Van Meter 200-179-173 552.

Oct. 15

Spotters — Jan Worland 194-165-180 539.

HONOR SCORES

Men

290 — Gregory Downs, Big Al’s Coors Light Renegades, Oct. 16

269 — Wayne Edwards, Hazel Dell Saturday Nite Sudsers, Oct. 12

268 — Jason Lower, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Oct. 14

268 — Tom Godkin, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Oct. 14

266 — Steve Nusom, Hazel Dell Cosmopolitan, Oct. 14

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