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					(Continued from page 20)                      Molina 266; Cal Moppins Sr. 264/741;
Pacific Ave Bowl                             Richard Acosta 259/720; Felix Villalovos
Ryan Wong 254; Bob Klein 249; Eddie
Narvarte 241; Leo Stevens 238; Tom
                                             257; Richard Ramirez 256 (157 avg.); Al
                                             Oliva Jr. 254/704; Mike Garcia 254; Daniel
                                                                                                                               Coast-To-Coast
Lakin 232; Gary McCord 231; Joel Hoff        Rodriguez 253; John Eliab Jr. 247; Louis                                                  By Richard Kolb
224; Mikey Alcantara 223.                    Scurini 234; Ryan Reposa 231.
   City Mens : Al Reece 278/739; Rudy           VIP Mixed: Tim Hall 300/785; Gary Lee
Concepcion 278; Kenny Buchmiller 278;        279/764;      Ray Thompson 278; Butch                  More Champions Crowned As The Liquidators PBA Tour Rolls On
Harry Campbell 268/728; Frank Smart          Bahrenfuss 277/728; James Buskirk 269;
267/725; Keith Frey 257; Skip Bowe 256;      Logan Davis 267; Shaun Reft 266; Jon
Sam Jordan 256; Jess Moody 255; Gregg        Mercado 258/717; Don Hiranaga 258; Lyn-
Bailey 246; Steve Henne 242; Ray Jones       ette Isaacson 256; Johnny Rose 254; Cory
232.                                         Hiranaga 253/701; Mark Trovinger 247;
   Junior Majors: Anthony Granaeos           Geena Shelton 243; Jeff Li 235; Mario
300/838; Jeff Kostic 299; Harry Fong 286;    Martinez 232.
Kioni Sodaria 285/761; Gary Lee 279/771;        Thurs. Morning Slowpokes: Patrice
Brian Pendergrass 278; Ron Inouye 269;       Gran 224; Kathy Bussman 200.
Mike Smith 267; Harold Sohrweide 267;           Kings & Queens: Kioni Sodaria
David Brandt 266; Nicole Ledford 265;        300/857; Robert Madrid 269; Ray Solari
Tom Wood 261; Joyclin Hashimoto 258;         268; Paul Osian 256; Larry Dolan 253;
Ron Inouye 258; John Friend 256; Roger       David Lanphear 240; Bernie Oeding 225;
Sable 247/739; Lynette Isaacson 247;         Vic Wagner 247; Sean Gapasin 245; Bob
Gina Paul 247; Ron Spohn 247.                Hopkins 221; Billy Rogan 216; Pam Lasiter
   Nisei Mixed: Robert Lang 256/687;Ren      195.
Nakashima 256; Ron Quinones 255; Tom            Delta Men’s Hdcp.: Loi Nguyen 288;
Iwamiya 254; Vicki Fujii 241; Dan Shates     Andre Bylsma 279/749; Jared Zulueta 278;
216; Michael Harbin 210; Yosh Itaya 209;     Larry Woolen 277; Mario Padilla 269; Nick       L/R: Wes Malott and Michelle Feldman : Dorin Ballard and Parker Bohen
Sus Onishi 200.                              Zulueta 268/703; JJ Kamp Sr. 268; Don
   Stockton Belles & Beaus: John             Billings 267; Jared Zulueta 267; Nelson
Stenger 279/697; Ron Kiser 277, 266/743;     Galicinao 266; JJ Kamp Sr. 265/739; Jor-          Michael Wolfe managed to outlast a first-of-its-kind weeklong shootout to be crowned
Jeff Rider 265/721; Linda Black 235; Rich-   dan Mathews 265; Mark Seibel 258/748;         the Ultimate Scoring Champion in the fifth stop on the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour
ard Rider 200.                               Jeff Senecal 256; John Smith 254; Andre       defeating Mike Scroggins 246-206 in the championship match to win $25,000 and his
   Tuesday     Mixed    5:    Allan   Bahr   Bylsma 254; Jack Swicegood 246; Joe           fourth title.
257/735;Lynn Holland 257; Steve Miko-        Bernstein 243; Ryan May 238; George               Wolfe defeated Bill O’Neill 237-215 and Scroggins beat Robert Smith 238-205 in the
lowski 255; Gary Smith 254; Randy Bor-       Levitt 238; Jack Fetters 233.                 semifinals.
land 236; Steve Ugarkovich 229; Joe Mar-        1030 Scratch: Chris Rose 279//763;             “I think all four of us guys had a pretty good shot on this lane pattern,” Wolfe said. “I
tinez 227; Dennis Dizon 225.                 Jackie Hilliard 278; Kelly Whitson 277/751;   was actually lucky to get past O’Neill since he’s been bowling better than anyone else
   The Unbowlievables: Charles Jones         George Armstrong 267; John Varela 267;        on the planet lately.”
267/719; David Gamble 247; Ryan Wong         Alfonso Alaniz 264; JD Friend 259; John           The Ultimate Scoring Championship, a new event introduced as part of the PBA’s
247; Ben Perkins 234; Marc Roseberry         Varela 259; Paul Gomez 258; Rich              50th anniversary celebration, spotlighted the scoring potential of the world’s greatest
234.                                         Martegani 258; Charlie Padre 256/738;         players on a lane oil pattern more likely to be found in league play other than the PBA
   Bowling Outfitters Classic: Ryan Piper    John Carroll 256; David Brandt 255; Rick      Tour’s more challenging conditions.
300; Arnel Castrence 300; Alan Taylor        Langlois 255; Paul Zumstein 244;; Nicole          Proving that it was in fact a high-scoring environment, Patrick Allen tied a PBA record
299/778; Kioni Sodaria 290; Jason Lind-      Wells 241.                                    with a 260 average over the 14 qualifying games and there were 18 perfect games,
holm       289/763;      Rick      Dawson       Stockton Party Mixers: Ty McMullen         compared to only one last week at the Chamelon Championship at the same bowling
278,279,279/836; Keith Freeman 279/784;      279; Manuel Maxey 279; Logan Davis 268;       center. Parker Bohn III shot three perfect games in two days and finalists Wolfe and
Harry Fong 249/746; Mike Chase 279/739;      Derek Petersen 268; Ryan Jimenez 264;         O’Neill also threw a couple of 300 games each.
David Hepperle 279/738; Danny Lew            Tracy Newton 257; Shannon Keller 256;
                                                                                               Wes Malott and Michelle Feldman captured the CLR Carmen Salvino Scorpion
279/726; Cory Hiranaga 279; Tom Silvey       Clinton Moles 255; Bob Corbin 246; Andy
                                                                                           Championship during the sixth stop of the PBA Tour.
278//736; Aidan Castrence 277; Jeff          Cookston 245; Teri Smith 210.
                                                                                               In a tight championship match, top seed Wes Malott watched as Ken Simard had the
Dominick 276; Rory Peterson 269/738;            Friday Mixed Social: Ken Snowden
                                                                                           chance to win with two strikes in the 10 th. He threw the first strike but left a solid 10-pin
Tony Castillo 269; Larry Dyson 268/729;      267; Jeremy Wiltse 257/712; Derek Ray
Don Doblados 268; Lucky Heung 268/749;       251/711; Angelito Fortes 236; Phyllis         on the second shot giving Malott the victory 216-211 and $25,000.
Jackie Hilliard 268/726; Ray Solari 267;     Bruns 230; Chris Scallin 220.                     It was Malott’s third TV finals appearance in six weeks, his fourth career victory and
Harold Sohrweide 267; JJ Kamp 265 .             Vacation Invitational: Charles Roach       he has now won one title in each of his four seasons on the Tour.
   Tavern League: Jon Mercado 300/815;       300/724; John O’Dell 300; Eddie Narvarte          “It’s not the way you want to win, I have four titles now and none have come from
Aidan Castrence 300; Martin King 277         286; Tom Sousa 279/769; Brad Mettler          striking out,” Malott said. “I was either sitting on the bench or the game was over in the
(168 avg); Lucky Heung 274/747; Jeremy       257; Tim Cue 256; Doug Green 218; Robin       eighth frame. I just have to keep plugging away and be patient. My goal is to keep
Kostic 268; Juan Flores 267; Jeff Kostic     Wood 217; Sally Thornton 213.                 winning a title each year, maybe multiple titles. Hopefully this is just the beginning.”
267; Trevor Harvey 267; Thep Mankoun            Pacific Islanders: Benjie Cavan 289;           In the second match, Simard, who had two perfect games earlier in the week, was
257/667;Derek Taylor Jr. 256/734; Eric       Ryan Piper 279/7652;Logan Davis 279;          just shy of another perfect game leaving the 8-pin in the 11th frame defeating Brad An-
Wooley 256;       Michael Simpson 256;       Johnathan Hilliard 279; Jackie Hilliard       gelo 289-199. Angelo defeated Jason Couch in the opening match 225-212.
James Newson 255;Sean O’Connell 254;         279/753; Brian Lutrania 268; JBoy Fortes          In the PBA Women’s Series, Michelle Feldman defeated Missy Bellinder 200-147 in
Louis Scurini 253; Jeff Li 246; Mike Roby    264; Clarence Tamargo 257; Alex Sunglao       the championship match winning $6,000. It was Feldman’s third consecutive TV finals
238; Christopher Tacsion 237; Jonathan       254; Jason Petaia 253; Matt Martinez 253;     appearance and her second consecutive title.
Rik 236; Lindsey Hawes 235; Emerson          Danny Bennett 246; Pete Tupas 239.                “I have no idea how I’m doing this,” Feldman joked. “I just feel fortunate that I’m
Rea 233; Jerry Lim 231; Lindsey Hawes           Filipino Mixed: Aidan Castrence            bowling well. Hopefully, I can keep this up and do it again next week.”
228; Jose Orona 223; Luo Yang 226; Car-      280/784/ Kevin Amodo 279/749; Harry               Parker Bohn III and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard took home titles at the Cheetah Champi-
los Herrera 223;Caleb Lind 217; Jared        Fernando 279; Nestor Tacsion 278/755;         onship in the seventh stop on the PBA Tour.
Ivey 193.                                    Fred Cababat 278; Emer Sambo 278;                 Bohn’s 32nd career title and $25,000 came by defeating Mike Scroggins 242-198.
   Wed. Singles Hdcp.: Keith Freeman         Nestor Lopez 269; Alex Cavero Jr. 266;            “If it’s a stepladder format, I want to be No. 1 every week, that’s the way I like it”, said
299/736/983; Dave Bolles 279; Jason          Bart Gapasin Jr. 264; Oliver Carcido 259;     Bohn, who only had to win one match to win the championship.
Young 278, 267/789/1014; Tommy Bridg-        Alex Cavero Jr. 258; Chris Tacsion 257;           Scroggins advanced to the championship match by climbing the stepladder format
ers 266; John Norton 257; Haru Onishi        Bernard Gapasin 257; Silshary Saguindel       defeating No. 4 seed and local fan favorite Jack Jurek 235-175 and then beating Pat-
254; George Bauserman 253; Julio Cec-        256; Paul Osian 253.                          rick Allen 222-200.
chetti 247; John Norton 242; Robert Row-        Sunday Mixed 4: Gary Hilburn 279;              In the PBA Women’s Series Dorin-Ballard defeated Stefanie Nation 208-204 to take
ley 236; Ray Honey 225; Carolyn Carlson      Gary Couch Jr. 267; Robert Ward 262; Bill     home the Cheetah Championship along with $6,000 and her 2 nd career PBA Women’s
213; Kim Kegyes 213.                         Sinor 257/657; Robert Ward 255; Gary          Series title.
   Mexican-American:        Danny     Lew    Couch Sr. 252; Elizabeth Gomes 245;               “This was a very emotional day for me,” said Dorin-Ballard. “It’s Pearl Harbor Day,
300/741; Anthony Granados 290; Lucky         Mike Sinor 235; Dave Ward 232.                and my dad was a P.O.W. in World War II, and I felt like he was looking out for me.”
Heung 279/734; Ricky Silva 278/701; Tom         Sunday Family Fun: Richard Simon Sr.
                                                                                               Rhino Page and Jodi Woessner captured the Lumber Liquidators Shark Champion-
Nuanes 278; Manuel Guzman 269; David         277; Barbara Kascht 276/706; Paul Zum-
                                                                                           ship during the eighth stop of the PBA Tour.
Kim 268; Tim Dominguez 267/751; Alex         stein 245; Mike Fell 207.
                                                                                               Rhino Page defeated Wes Malott 197-189 to win $25,000 claiming his second career
Acosta 267/726; Sirena Lew 267; Jim
                                                                                           title. Last season’s Rookie of the Year had struggled earlier in the year and was mak-
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