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Mesquite Merchants Menís Bowling League-Apr. 4
Posting Date: 04/06/2012

Cliff Jenkins, Secretary/Treasurer

Coming up on our last position round it appears that the second half is going to be a fight between Mesquite Elks Lodge 2811 and H & R Block Tax Service. For H & R to overtake the Elks they must win at least 12 points. The race for the final play off spot is going to be either C.I.T.Y. Shoppes or Oasis Chiropractic Service. The Shoppes team has a 4 ½ point lead, so Oasis has to beat Mesa View Quick Care and they need help from Mesquite Chiropractic to beat C.I.T.Y. Shoppes. Here are the results from week 28:

Debbie’s Cleaning Service was the top team of the night as they won 17 points from Foot and Ankle Institute. Darrell Haglund (191) was high for Debbie’s while Steve Ginther (223, 574) and Earl Peterson (203) were high for Foot and Ankle.

C.I.T.Y. Shoppes put themselves in great position as they took 16 points from Bank of Nevada. Michael Drieling (191, 236, 599); Robert Thornton (231, 202, 594) and Gary Furrer (212, 550) led C.I.T.Y. Shoppes attack. David Rustenburg (219, 557) and Phil Rivaldo (195) topped the Bank team.

Mesquite Chiropractic received great shooting from Terry King (227, 248, 207, 682); Danny Barker (222, 194, 244, 660); T.C. Collier (204, 233, 593) and Ray Schultz (233, 578) to best Mesquite Playoff’s 13-7. Moose Munoz (222); Chuck Gibson (192) and Dennis Hartley (192) topped the Playoff team.

In a 12 ½ - 7 ½ match Mitchell Farmers Insurance got by Home Plate Diner. Dan Montague (217, 194, 202, 613); Doug Love (203); Max Burgess (199) and Richard Burton (193) all bowled well for Mitchell.

We had 5 matches that ended up 12-8 in points. Oasis Chiropractic Center kept their chances alive for the roll off as they got by CrossFit 212. Chad Klein (219, 227, 633) and Gene Peters (190) topped Oasis and Gary Moore (198, 215,

209, 622); Joe Estrella (214) and Cliff Johnson (205) led the CrossFit team.

Beaver Dam Station took care of LandTrends Landscaping as Raul Gomez (194, 244, 604) and Brad Souders (191) led Beaver Dam Station. Cliff Hennery (247, 202, 200, 649) and Gary Loberg (208) were high for LandTrends.

Mesquite Lock Doc came out on top of North View Laundromat. Randee Fry (222, 198, 588) and James Hartley (225, 556) led Mesquite Lock Doc, while Dennis Baylor (214) and Alan Bolla (192) had good games for North View.

Mesquite Elks Lodge 2811 kept themselves in 1st place by winning 12 points from Colonial Management and must have 1 more good week to stay on top. Jeff Jacobson (219, 225, 591); Duane Heinsohn (207) and Brian Holecheck (195, 199) led the leaders. John Szeluga had (198, 190) for Colonial.

In our final 12-8 match Maves Construction took care of Oasis Golf Club. Mark Brackelsberg (220) was high for Maves.

In a 11-9 match Falcon Ridge Dental out pointed Capt. 4 A Day. Ron Rigatti 201; Brad McKinley (200) and Marty Conway (200) had good games for Falcon Ridge and Glenn Hood (193) for Capt. 4 A Day.

H & R Block Tax Service had a chance to pick up some ground on the Elks but could only muster a 10-10 tie with Mesa View Quick Care. Wayne Reeter (237, 190, 594); Ronn Karr (278, 591); Gary Higashi (190, 197, 566) and Ric Ashdown (192 led) H & R Block. For Mesa View Robert Smith Sr. (204, 200, 570); Chuck Young dale (205, 566) and Dewayne Smith (200) bowled well.

Our Final match found Breadenstuffers Express and Kelly Smith Investments also bowling to a 10-10 tie. Walt Kuster (203, 192, 555) and Bob Morgan (191) were high for Kelly Smith.

Money winners for the week were Terry King 772 and Ronn Karr 304.

In this second half, 7 of the top 8 teams are completely different than the first half, which is a good reason to have two halves to a bowling season.


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