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Mesquite Merchants Menís Bowling League-Mar 28
Posting Date: 03/30/2012

Cliff Jenkins, Secretary/Treasurer

With 3 weeks left of the season and only 2 left of the 2nd half, things are getting veeerrrryy interesting. 1 ½ points separate 1st and 2nd place of this half. Then it drops down a little and we find 7 teams within 10 points fighting for the final 2 spots for the roll off on the final night. It is wide open. Here is the results from Wednesday night:

Mesa View Quick Care was top point winner of the night as they beat LandTrends Landscaping 16-4. Robert Smith Sr. (194, 206, 190, 590); Chuck Young dale (214, 195, 582) and Ronald O’Brien (213, 202, 571) led Mesa View’s attack. Cliff Hennery (215, 199, 592) and Gary Loberg (223) were high for LandTrends.

H & R Block Tax Service moved within 1 ½ points of league leading Mesquite Elks Lodge by taking 15 points from Beaver Dam Station. Ronn Karr (211, 216, 258, 685); Darwin Wimer (202, 192, 216, 675) and Gary Higashi (203, 192, 208, 603) led H & R’s attack. Brad Souders (223, 198, 592) and Raul Gomez (196, 212, 580) bowled well for Beaver Dam Station as they won 5 points.

C.I.T.Y. Shoppes moved into 4th place as they also grabbed 15 points. Their opponent was Oasis Golf Club. Michael Drieling (194, 204, 569) and Robert Thornton (211, 565) were high for C.T.Y. Shoppes. Randy Tickner (206) was high for Oasis Golf Club as they got 5 points.

A third team that won a 15-5 match was Breadenstuffers Express as they took care of North View Laundromat. Larry Fuller of Breadenstuffers was high man with a (200) game.

Foot and Ankle Institute behind Steve Ginther (215, 203, 214, 632) and Earl Peterson (226, 567) took 14 points from Mesquite Playoffs.

Kelly

Smith Investments won a 13-7 match from Mesquite Lock Doc. Bob Morgan (235, 202, 607) and Walt Kuster (194) were high for Kelly Smith. Ryan Ford (256, 601) and Randee Fry (194) bowled well for Lock Doc.

Bank of Nevada behind Larry Willis (204, 222, 608) and Wade Dighans (202, 203, 566) took a 12-8 match from Maves Construction.

Also winning 12 points was CrossFit 212 as they got by Home Plate Diner. Joe Estrella (226, 204, 612); Gary Moore (227, 593) and Cliff Johnson (210, 193, 578) topped CrossFit 212 while Jim McMurray (210) and Lonnie Chatelain (200) had good games for Home Plate as they won 8 points.

It was a tight match between Oasis Chiropractic Center and Mitchell Farmers Insurance. With a come back in the last game Oasis Chiropractic prevailed 11-9. Gene Peters (223, 198, 202, 623); Cliff Jenkins (194, 191, 201, 586) and Wayne Adams (220) were high for Oasis. Doug Love (202, 256, 211, 669); Dan Montague (192, 196, 193, 581) and Richard Burton (204) were high for Mitchell.

League leading Mesquite Elks Lodge 2811 slipped a little as they tied Falcon Ridge Dental 10-10. For the Elks team Jeff Jacobson(216); Bob Hughes (200) and Brian Holecheck (197) were high. For Falcon Ridge Dental, Brad McKinley (197, 192); Jim Bixler (197) Marty Conway (190, 193) and Ron Rigatti (190) bowled well.

Also in a 10-10 match Mesquite Chiropractic received good shooting from Danny Barker (244,194,198,636); Terry King (205, 190) and Ray Schultz (190). Their opponent was Debbie’s Cleaning Service which found Bobby Napper (255, 606) and John Schulz (203) shooting well.

Capt. 4 A Day and Colonial Management also bowled to a 10-10 tie. John Szeluga shot (216) for Colonial Management while Dave Alexander bowled (203, 570) for Capt. 4 A Day.

Our money winners for the week were Doug Love 769 and Bobby Napper 291.
 

 
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