Official results of the McHenry Sizzlin’ Doubles No-tap Tournament have been released, and prize checks are ready.
Mike and Helen Wolf won the Mixed Division with their score of 1,667 and took home $400. Helen rolled a 693, Mike had an 831, including a no-tap 300 game, and the pair earned a 143 handicap. Gary and Nancy Lytle placed second with their 1,628. The pair shared $200. Low to cash was a 1,586.
The team of Jim Brock and Gene Stamps won the Men’s Division for a $400 check. Brock posted an 823 set, including a no-tap 300, and Stamps scored an 802. The pair added a 108 handicap for the winning total of 1,733. Art Nunes and Mike Wolf recorded a 1,701 for second-place money of $250. Low to cash was a 1,667.
Taking the top spot in the Women’s Division were Lana Trantham and Janet Spooner with a 1,655 total. Trantham posted a 696 and Spooner a 737, plus a 232 handicap, to earn the $250 first-place money. Cassidy Schmidt and Raquel Shaw finished second, scoring 1,621, and shared $150. Low to cash was a 1,593.
Local Stella Sneed won the Central Valley Senior Bowling Club’s stop at West Lane Bowl in Stockton last weekend. Jim Robeson of Tracy qualified first with a 990 score, followed by Sneed with a 988 and Alameda’s Reggie Fullmore at 982. Sneed and Fullmore faced off in the first stepladder match with Sneed advancing 279-227. Sneed then faced Robeson and again came out on top 214-207.
This Friday, the 50 and older no-tap tournament runs at Yosemite Lanes at 1 p.m. The singles event has a separate prize fund for men and women.
The NCJET Youth Scratch Sport Championships are competing at McHenry this weekend. Qualifying is Saturday at noon. Check-in is at 11 a.m. There will be eight qualifying games total – two four-game blocks each on a different sport shot. The top 25 percent in each division will advance to the match-play finals Sunday at 9 a.m. The four divisions are boys 190/up, boys 189/under, girls 180/up and girls 179/under. Entry fee is $70. Call Debbie Haggerty at 916-663-5897 for information or to sign up.
The Yosemite Scratch 6-Gamer is running this Sunday at noon. Check-in is at 11 a.m. Entry fee is $60, and there will be added money. Optional brackets, high-game pot, last-game pot and senior (50 and older) insurance are available.
This weekend ends the Yosemite Mega-Doubles Tournament. If you haven’t had a chance to bowl yet, entries close this Sunday. If you bowl league at Yosemite, you can enter and use this week’s league scores. Bowlers have the option to “wheel” their entry up to four entries. Doubles pairs can bowl anytime for $40 per team. There is an optional scratch prize list available for an additional $10. Call Wayne at 209-524-9161.
Entries are out for the three City Tournaments on the calendar for the weekend of Oct. 15-17. There is only one weekend to participate. In the Open Tournament, the team event is Oct. 15 with squads at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and at McHenry. Doubles and singles will roll at Yosemite on Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. The second tournament, the Senior City Doubles No-Tap, will roll Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. Bowlers must be 50 or older. The third tournament offered is the Modesto Youth City Singles Tournament at McHenry on Oct. 15 with squads at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Entries to all three tournaments are available at the bowl desks.
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