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HIGH GAMES Joey Borgaro 300, Nick Borgaro 299, Doug Eastwood 299, David Pearson 288, Dennis Barnes 288.

HIGH SERIES Doug Eastwood 827, Dennis Barnes 818, Danny Cutting 792.

OTHER 240 GAMES Daniel Johnson 246, Bill Mills 267, Justin Golden 247, Ed Kuetemeyer 255, Chris Copell 256, Bryan Allen 241, Bill Barnholt 254, Brandon Mason 287, Ben Johansen 279, Ken Huck Jr. 278, James Steffensen 277-256, Matt Hansen 277, Scott Ellis 269-247, Steve Pipkin 247, Jason Res 267-246, Keith Carpenter 267, Nick Borgaro 264-259-258, David Barnes 258, John Prescott 261-258-244, Jeremy Johnson 257, Corey Still 256, Adam Silverthorn 256-246, Leo Stephens 255-246-243, Jimmie Boyce 248, Joe Mueller 248, Tim Menitt 248, Richard Hole 246, Mark Stolley 246, Chris Kaup 246, Brandon Auck 245, Steve Silverberger 264-245, Lyle Kittell 245-244, Chris Arrant 256-244, Chris Lempesis 244, Sammy Goss 265, Tad Thompson 255, Allen Speer 249, Joe Wagner 245, Billy Fletcher 246-246-244, Dennis Barnes 280-279-248-246, Casey Minor 260, Rob Stratton Jr. 247, Ron Jacobson 269, Tommy Basenberg 269, Jimmie Boyce 248, Jimmy McManus 278, Kevin Griffin 241, Tom Tomblin 258, Doug Eastwood 275-256-253, Joe Holzinger 258-242, Bobby Boyd 265, Danny Cutting 286-259-247, Jon Cutting 257, James Lynch 248, Ljubisa Milojevic 245, Gary Petersen 243, Jeff Hammons 246, Vince Blanchette 244, Chuck Phelps 257, Simon Petry 279-265, Dave Behmer 268, Dave Barnes 258-242, Paul Mueller 256, Tom Davenport 247, Archie Birdsall 247, James Steffensen 242, Steve Rasmussen 263, Ryan Butherus 275, John Reng 242, David Pearson 268.

OTHER 640 SERIES Jerry Arkle 641, Lonnie Christiansen 645, Bill Mills 714, Justin Golden 683, Ken Huck Jr. 701-666, Chris Copell 683, Victor Norbury 672, David Pearson 706-698, Brandon Mason 713, Ben Johansen 747, James Steffensen 724, Matt Hansen 683, Scott Ellis 747, Steve Pipkin 665, Jason Res 685, Keith Carpenter 736, Nick Borgaro 781-740-649, David Barnes 724, John Prescott 708-694, Corey Still 663, Adam Silverthorn 738, Leo Stephens 672-671, Joe Mueller 666, Tim Menitt 658, Richard Hole 665, Mark Stolley 666, Chris Kaup 652, Brandon Auck 703, Steve Silverberger 682-660, Lyle Kittell 670, Chris Arrant 691, Nik Gosselin 699, Joe Gaddis 692, Mike Hernandez 662, Chad Dudley 658, Zach Hatch 653, Josh Roop 644, Trevor Penton 652, Sammy Goss 668, Allen Speer 660, Joe Wagner 675, Bob Covington 641, Dennis Barnes 716, Greg Espe 645, Ron Jacobson 700, Tommy Basenberg 732, Jimmie Boyce 675, Joe Holzinger 733, Kelly Hanson 657, Christian Hanson 688, Jon Cutting 674, Gary Petersen 665, Billy Fletcher 676, Jeff Hammons 684, Doug Eastwood 673, Vince Blanchette 653, Chuck Phelps 660, Simon Petry 759, Dave Behmer 698, Dave Barnes 699, Paul Mueller 655, Tom Davenport 721, James Steffensen 664, Scott Ellis 650, Ryan Butherus 663, John Reng 675, Joey Borgaro 746, David Vaughan 655.

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HIGH GAMES Kristina Schultz 259, Cathy Werner 253, Audrey Hammons 248.

HIGH SERIES Kristina Schultz 667, Audrey Hammons 647, Paula Phelps 644.

OTHER 210 GAMES Jo Lee Mullen 247, Paula Phelps 227-222-210, Shelby Johnston 214, Janice LaVigne 215, Cathy Werner 214, Melissa Williams 222, Michelle Sommer 210, Kym Stan 210.

OTHER 540 SERIES Jo Lee Mullen 641, Robyn Carlton 596, Paula Phelps 584, Janice LaVigne 562, Cathy Werner 614, Melissa Williams 582, Michelle Sommer 564, Kym Stan 567, Shelby Johnston 588, Candice Rose 594.

SPLITS Kathy Tice 2-4-10, Ron Kegley 3-8-10, Donna Ellis 5-7, Billy Fletcher 3-6-7-10, Ida Stowe 6-7, Jackie Montgomery 5-7 (2), Frank Mungari 4-6-10, Shawn McCold 3-10, Donna Ellis 4-10, Sharon Berto 3-10, Heidi McDonald 6-7-10, Debbie Carr 4-7-9, Char Smith 2-7-8, Rosie Williams 2-6-7-10.

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