The final squads of the Modesto USBC City Tournament have been rolled, and the unofficial prize list has been released. The tournament featured team, doubles and singles in three divisions: mixed, men's and women's.
Topping the Mixed Division was the team of Tex Nex posting a 3,363 total. Team members Sandra Pineda, Nick Casucci, Christina Alvarez, Anthony Najera and Joey Guerrero totaled 2,771 pins scratch and added a 592 handicap for first place. Najera scored a 632, and Pineda threw in a 204 game.
The Sink the Pinky team finished second, more than 100 pins out with a 3,248 score. John Potter, Frank Schillaci, Melissa Hill, Destry Thrasher and Wes Hyvonen make up the team. In third was Vanessa Brown Homes with a score of 3,231.
H&R Auto Body topped the women's list, tallying a 3,212 score. Team members include Darlene Valocsik, Maren Akers, Alice Lazzerini, Marcie Ingalls and Claudelle Bonaccinie. The team finished with 2,552 and a 660 handicap.
Dan's Distributing came out in front in a high-scoring men's division. Jeff Sartin, Don Mathey, Charles Abbley, Norm Wiggins and Rick Francis scored a 3,549 total, 3,513 scratch plus a 36 handicap. Abbley led the team with a 773 set on games of 258-299-216. Wiggins added a 736 and Francis a 729.
In second was 4 Portagees and a Lefty. Ed (700), Aaron (650), Anthony (625) and Jeremy Rocha (704) joined Bill Hamilton (740) to complete the lineup. The team added a 91 handicap for a score of 3,510. Dave Ramsey's No Name team was third with a 3,472. Ramsey was joined by Jay Glover, Terry Osborn, Freddy Irvin and Dave Bolles on the scratch team. Bolles had a 772 set, Irvin a 755 and Glover a 717.
Tracy Marshall teamed with Alan White to take the lead in mixed doubles. Marshall tossed a 617, White a 635, and the pair qualified for 91 pins handicap for a 1,343 total. Two pins out is the duo of Melissa Hill and Destry Thrasher at 1,341.
Stacey Marckese and partner Jamie Marksman topped women's doubles with a 1,361 score. Marksman posted a 247 game and Marckese a 220 game. Peggy Park and Patti Garcia held second with a 1,356.
The doubles team of Scott Harris and Richard Custer was high in men's doubles. Custer rolled games of 267-258-258 for a 783, and Harris posted a 657 for a 1,440 total. Holding second were Ron Bonander and Jessie Waddell at 1,395. Aaron Scott and Donnie McKinney were third at 1,390.
Manny Simas topped men's singles after rolling a perfect 300 game. He ended with an 819 set on games of 191-237-300, plus 91 pins handicap. Wes Hyvonen held second at 786 on a scratch score of 724 and 62 pins handicap. In third at 780 was Dan Hogan with a 747 set and 33 pins handicap.
The top spot in women's singles was held by Fonda Jameson at 752. The 136-average bowler tossed games of 202-198-151 and added 201 handicap pins. Jessica Park scored a 732 for the second spot. Park had a 600 scratch, including a 253 game, and added 132 handicap pins. Melissa Hill was third with a 715. She had a 601 scratch score and 117 pins handicap.
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