For the Havre Daily News
Information and entry forms have been received for the 2006 Montana High School Championship All-Comers Bowling Meet. This event will be held April 29 at 2 p.m. at the Westside Lanes in Missoula. If you would like more information on this please don't call me - only joking. I have a couple of entry blanks with the information needed. It is a three-member team tournament and bowlers must be from the same high school and of the same gender.
Ladies, please check to see that you still have your current card for this season before going to state. Time is running short for you to get duplicates. If you have misplaced yours, please get a hold of me as soon as possible at 265-4664.
Monty Groth had the high game of 244 last week at K-Lines in Rudyard. He also had rolled a 237. Terry Grant was on top on the series side with a 627 which included a 233 game. Arnie Shuland shot a 620 and had the high four-game of 852 with help from a 232 and 220. Gary Standiford hit a 234 and 224, Dave Watson a 227, Chris Kline a 222 and Sid Haugen a 225.
Darlene Ditmar and Doral Anderson had the women's high games of 206. Dani Kline had the series of 556 and Trisha Keeler had a 530.
Shirley Kline picked a 3-10, 3-6-8, and a 9-10, Terry Lillivedt a 5-7 and Maxine Munson a 3-10.
The final results from the Monday Night Mixed saw Minnows Marine Service taking first place and Shawn ending with a 174 average. Given a couple of more weeks, I'm sure he would have found at least the 180 range.
(Just getting it down pat and they pulled the plug on you, huh Shawn). Goldstone took second in the league, two points behind, but one in front of Numeral Uno. Havre Ford was fourth followed by Bud Light, Wells Fargo, K-Lines Killer Klowns, Havre Distributors, McNair Furniture, and Spinler Ranch.
Dave Wolf had the men's high game and series for the season with a 268 and a 693. Trisha Keeler took the high game for the women with a 215 and the unretired Norma Mariani had the series of 558. One last thing Shawn - Big Brother will be watching you come the new season, if we have one.
Major highs were a 205 and 504 by Zack Rambo and a 190 and 503 from Jourdan Han. Chris Young's Attn. had the team high game of 740 and the series of 2,134 was by K-Lines. Tucker Langel led the Junior boys with a 129, 354 and the girl's highs of 145 and 371 were by Wendy White. Milk River Co-op had the team highs of 725 and 2,079.
Prep highs were a 168 and 437 and 107 and 263 by James White and Sara Vazquez, respectively. Sara and James both picked 3-10s. Steve White Enterprises took team honors with a 470 and 1,343. Gavin Spinler and Tylynn Rettig were the Bantam high rollers. Gavin had a 118 and 317 and Tylynn a 128 and 358. Spinler Farms had the team highs of 518 and 1,462.
Monday Men: Jerry LaBuda neared the 700 mark with his 695. He also had the high game of 245 along with a pair of 225's. Ken Darlington shot a 213, 206 and 595, Jim LaBuda a 237 and 586, Daren Schuster a 225 and 572, Keil Kulbeck a 200 and 558, Caesar Kulbeck a 552 and Doug Grubb a 210 and 546. Bud Light had the high team game and series of 984 and 2,791.
Thursday Mixed 3-9: Michelle Andrade shot the women's high game of 218 and she and Ruth Vukasin tied the series with their 536s. Jerry LaBuda had the high series for the men with a 658 on games of 222, 222 and 214. Rex Vukasin had the high game of 235, along with a 233 and series of 654. Garcia Duran shot a 227, 214 and 631, Jim Davis a 220, Bob Vukasin a 218, Cody Thompson a 213, Neil Kulbeck a 212, 202 and 593, Dan Genereux a 211, Tom Stokes a 201. The high team game and series of 934 and 2,601 were by Young Guns. 3-16: Michelle Andrade had the women's high series of 517 and the high game of 193 was from Marcia Stratton. Jerry LaBuda once again had the men's highs of 248 and 635. Tom Stokes shot a 224, 216 and 615; Ken Brubaker a 222, Neil Kulbeck a 216, Jason Terry a 213, Shane Patacsil a 211, Lonnie Johnson a 206, Bob Vukasin a 203. Golden Harvest Seeds had the team highs of 925 and 2,573.
WOMEN'S 200s, 500s: Doral Anderson 206; Darlene Ditmar 206, 519; Trisha Keeler 530; Dani Kline 556.
MEN'S 200s, 500s, 600s: Bryan Watson 200, 202; Randy Christofferson 206, 560; Monty Groth 244, 237, 574; Dick Pollington 205; Fred Nelson 204, 530; Dave Watson 227, 510, 500; Dave Herman 211; Errol Shulund 213, 210, 583; Arnie Shulund 204, 220, 232, 620, 852; Bill Henry 214, 210, 548; Mike Purkett 201, 548; Chris Kline 222, 554, 536; Dave Jones 200; Gary Standiford 212, 234, 224, 598; Tom Allen 209, 534; Sid Haugen 225, 550; Barry Crowder 527; Shawn Rettig 512; Rick Melby 530; Todd Langel 521; Terry Grant 215, 233, 204, 627.
RUDYARD LEAGUE STANDINGS:
Sunday Doubles: High Team Game & Series: K-Lines 435, 1,269. High Women's Game & Series: Dani Kline 199, 556. High Men's Game & Series: Randy Christofferson 206, 560. 1st: Clausen & Sons. 2nd: K-Lines. 3rd: Mary & Terry Hybner. 4th: Twila & Terry Grant. 5th: Bryan & Vina. 6th: G & R Land & Cattle Inc. 7th: Albertsons. 8th: McNair Furniture. 9th: Milk River Co-op #1. 10th: Milk River Co-op #2. 11th: Dave & Karen Watson.
Tuesday Mens Hdcp: High Team Game & Series: Bill Henry Construction 916, 3,467. High Game: Montry Groth 244. High Series: Arnie Shulund 852. 1st: Bill Henry Construction. 2nd: Kelly's Pub. 3rd: Brant Accounting. 4th: Heydon Doors. 5th: McNair Furniture. 6th: Grand Bar. 7th: Donoven Spreading. 8th: Split Lichers. 9th: Bad Boys.
Wednesday Women: High Team Game: So-So Close 641. High Team Series: Bud Light 1,779. High Game (Tie): Doral Anderson, Darlene Ditmar 206. High Series: Trisha Keeler 530. 1st (Tie): Gallery Lounge, Bud Light. 3rd: K-Lines. 4th: Florens Hill Country Printing. 5th (Tie): Box Cars, Mariani Insurance. 7th: Generation 3. 8th: So-So Close. 9th: RPM'S. 10th: Valley Furniture.