The unofficial results are posted for Modesto USBC Tournament that competed over the weekend. The “Just 4 Fun” team, captained by Bonnie Garber, is sitting in first in the Mixed Team division. Team members Pam Marquez (569), Rudy Marquez (566), Jennifer Braham (619) and Bonnie Garber (719) tallied a 2,972 handicap total for the leading score. “Entry 444” team took second with a 2,889 handicap total. Captain Julie Egleston (537) was joined by teammates LaDonna Stone (637), Mike Johnson (577) and Dave Egleston (574). Steve Vitale teamed with Rob Tillery to lead the Men’s Doubles scoring a 1,582. Farrin Cummins and Chris Mitchell are in second at 1,553. Mixed Doubles leaders are Jacque and Mario De Haro with a 1,466. Chris Mitchell rolled an 824 to take the lead in the Men’s Singles. Norm Wiggins is in second with an 809. Mary Morales leads the Women’s Singles after posting a 763 set. Pam Marquez is in second at 748. Handicapped All-Events leaders are Christopher Hackett at 1,992 and Bonnie Garber at 1,887. The Scratch All-Events leader is Freddy Irvin. Bonnie Garber rolled the high game of 299 for the tournament.
In the Senior City No-Tap Doubles Tournament Wayne Karle and Dave Egleston are leading with a 1,690 total. Second place is Jackie Wilson and Claudelle Bonaccinie rolling a 1554. Dave Egleston, Mary Morales and Jim Taliaferro each rolled a no-tap 300 game in the event.
In the Yosemite Mega Doubles Tournament doubles partners Jonathan Ng from Daly City and John Yee from San Francisco won the title. The pair rolled a 1504 set to take home $240. Locals Jim Gordin and Carol Heed Serpa placed second with their 1,494 total and split $150. In a tie for third were the teams of Gary Hafelfinger & Kyler Machado and Will Garber & Rich Custer. Both teams tallied a 1,491. The Garber/Custer team topped the Optional Scratch Prize List using their 1,491 score. Freddy Irvin and Wayne Garber took second scratch with a 1,464 score.
The Central Valley Senior Bowling Club rolled at Pacific Lanes in Stockton this past weekend and Modesto’s Ron Gray took the title and $168 first-place money. Gray qualified in the lead with an 1,102 total. Second qualifier was George Sanders, also from Modesto, at 1,042. Ash Twigg from Oakley qualified third with 1,007. Sanders and Twigg tied in the stepladder roll-off game each posting a 254. Twigg won the tiebreaker 229-223 but lost to Gray 255-202. Twigg placed second and took home $140. Sanders took third for $122.
Bob Heller won the men’s side of the Anything Goes’ No-tap Tournament at McHenry with his 859 set. Jerry McMillian was second at 830, followed by Ron Quintanal with an 821. Betty Gerritsen topped the ladies’ side with an 840 total. Rose Baker finished second scoring an 829. Janice Guenther rounded out the top three with an 820 set. In the surprise Mystery Doubles, McMillian was teamed with Bill Briscoe to tally a 1,649 for first place. Rose Baker was paired with Marion Roberts to total a 1,635 for second. In third was the team of Gerritsen and Bernice Smith at a 1,608 total.
This Saturday the Top Dog Tournament rolls at McHenry. Check-in is at 11:30 a.m., and competition is starting at 12:30 p.m. There will be three games of qualifying, and then the field is cut to the top 20. After one more game, the field is cut to the top 10. The top four scorers from that round will then bowl the stepladder finals to decide the Top Dog. The event is reserved for scratch bowlers age 55 and older. Call Terry Waring at 209-571-2695 for more information.
Tomorrow the Kegler Mixed Trio No-Tap Tournament rolls at McHenry starting at 9:30 a.m. Check-in at 9 a.m. Teams may be any combination of men and women.
The Yosemite 50 & Older No-tap Tournament is on the calendar for this Friday at 1 p.m. Check-in is at 12:30 p.m. There is a separate prize list for men and women.
The Pumpkin Shoot rolls on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. at McHenry. The party includes two hours of bowling in the dark to spooky music, cookies, punch, candy and a pumpkin. Call June Brown at 209-571-2695 to sign up.
Dallas Kadry, 209-571-2695, email@example.com