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HIGH GAMES — Nik Gosselin 300, Kelly Karle 289, Frank Mungari 280.

HIGH SERIES — Nick Borgaro 790, Dennis Barnes 783, Adam Silverthorn 782.

OTHER 240 GAMES — Ken Huck Jr. 279-269, Justin Golden 257-256, Terry Dolan 255-249-245, Leo Stephens 248, Jon Cutting 247-247, Dennis Barnes 279-269-268-246, Joe Flinn 255, Doug Eastwood 267, Mike Oertel 242, Nik Gosselin 259, Nick Borgaro 279-279-269-269-267-267-267-244-244, Lyle Kittell 279-246, Adam Silverthorn 278-268, Chad Dudley 266-258-247, Joey Borgaro 267-267-243, George Longdin 266, Mike Durk 266-258, Leo Stephens 264, Anthony Hernandez 263, Matt Hansen 259-246, Josh Roop 258, Brandon Litalien 257, Steve Silverberger 260-254, Bob Sommer 253-247, Tad Thompson 248-244, Marv Schultz 248, Brandon Auck 247, Mike Hernandez 247-245, Dave Barnes 247, Corey Still 244, Paul Mueller 243, David Benson 255, Cody Lewis 244-243, Ty Campbell 259, Trevor Campbell 246, Christian Hanson 247, Anthony Madsen 257-247, Doug Eastwood 244, Jimmie Boyce 268, Robert Fischer 255, Sammy Goss 275, Bob Covington 259, Chris Conners 248, Justin Golden 279-255, Rick Ruggles 269, Simon Pettry 258, Dave Behmer 258-245, Jack Smetana 248, Denny Nelson 247, Archie Birdsall 247, Jim Laycoch 243, J.R. Conrow Jr. 242, Rob Laycock 240.

OTHER 640 SERIES — Eric Platt 706-658, Gary Lanes 644, Ken Huck Jr. 729-663, Justin Golden 698, Terry Dolan 726-711-673, Ken Meyer 640, Frank Mungari 711, Leo Stephens 706, Jon Cutting 673, Don Boggs 667, James Lynch 653, Joe Flinn 658, Doug Eastwood 691, Mike Oertel 682, Jared McCart 645, Nik Gosselin 776, Lyle Kittell 768-677, Chad Dudley 773, Joey Borgaro 747-677-671, George Longdin 685, Mike Durk 724, Leo Stephens 722, Anthony Hernandez 655, Matt Hansen 721, Josh Roop 673, Steve Silverberger 726-659, Bob Sommer 724, Mike Hernandez 672, Dave Barnes 653, Corey Still 675, Paul Mueller 679, Todd Dudley 685, Mark Stolley 669, Scott Ellis 664, David Pearson 649, Bryan Boykin 642, Chris Connors 700, Trevor Campbell 662, Christian Hanson 674, Kelley Minor 721, Casey Minor 673, Anthony Madsen 769, Kelly Karle 698, Doug Eastwood 692, Chuck Hughes 679, Rob Stratton Jr. 643, Jimmie Boyce 664, Robert Fischer 746, Dennis Barnes 672, Sammy Goss 696, Bob Covington 656, Chris Conners 647, Tad Thompson 640, Cody Lewis 647, Ron Burke 652, Justin Golden 738, Rick Ruggles 678, Nick Borgaro 773-705, Simon Pettry 677, Dave Behmer 682, Denny Nelson 659, Rob Laycock 673, Dave Barnes 672, Rodney Lynd 652.

WOMEN

HIGH GAMES — Michaelyn Brooks 278, Shari Kime 240, Michelle Sommer 236.

HIGH SERIES — Michelle Sommer 691, Robyn Carlton 656, Michaelyn Brooks 646.

OTHER 210 GAMES — Rachael Beamis 217-210, Desiree Waddell 223, Laura O’Brien 214, Kelley Kostelecky 210, Robyn Carlton 235-227, Michelle Sommer 232-223, Paula Phelps 229-215, Shelby Johnston 224-213, Melissa Williams 229, Robyn Prescott 210, Nicole Rostrom 211.

OTHER 540 SERIES — Laura O’Brien 557, Shari Kime 559, Rachael Beamis 569, Paula Phelps 637, Shelby Johnston 640, Melissa Williams 570, Kristina Schultz 566, Heather Sears 551, Cherie Borgaro 567.

SPLITS — Nancy Pennock 5-7, Bonnie Bennett 2-7, Darlene Nason 7-8, Lynne Prokop 3-6-7-10, Fern Miles 6-8, Cathy Green 5-7, Patti Oertel 8-9-10, Brenda Hammond 5-10.

SENIOR LEAGUE SPLITS — Tom Walkup 4-5-7, Richard Ness 5-6, Gib Blankenship 4-7-9, Phil Hodges 2-7, 4-5-7, Gary Petersen 2-10, 3-6-7-10, Laura O’Brien 4-5, Ed Kuetemeyer 4-5-8, Gerry Franzen 2-8, Terry Edelblute 3-10, Fawn Farlin 5-6-10, Fern Miles 3-10, Mary Ann Gnagy 3-10, 2-7, Ralph Jerome 3-10, Paul Ford 4-5, Janette Gossett 3-10.

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