Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
“If you can’t get those attending a league meeting to listen to you, tell them what you have to say is confidential!”
The bowling season is winding down and Jackpot bowling is cooling off. The fun night will be held every other Saturday at 8 p.m. at Hi-Line Lanes. This Saturday night is the “on” night. Thursday Housewives ended their season last week with McLean’s Grocery taking first. Team members are Marge Houser, Ruby Worstell, Irene Wagner, and Ruth Vukasin. Two games behind McLean’s was Hi-Line Lanes, followed by Raymond James, Downtowner, and Griggs Printing. Thursday Mixers ended their season with a position round. After a back-andforth tug for first place, Watson Trucking and Hi-Line Lanes met in the final match. The team of Amy Crowder, Kandi and Shawn Burrington, and Ron Tompt proved to be too much for Watson Trucking and captured first. Palace Bar finished third and Stockman Bank was fourth. Women’s City was over Tuesday night and Tilleman Motor had first locked up. Men’s City finishes tonight with a position round. Final results for these two leagues will here next week. Next week will be your final bowling news for the season. Happy birthday JoAnne Pepin. Marcia Durward and Dorothy Stewart picked 5-7s and Bob a 4-7-10. Corinne DeVries threw the high series of 567 with a 203. The high game of 213 came from Jackie Mayer. Jackie had a 515, Christy Holden a 556, Michale Beck a 511, and Ruth Orr a 513. Highs for the men were scored by Shawn Mariani with a 264 and 656. Nick Turner had a pair of 246s and a 651. “Six” shooters were Ken Riska with a 632, Mike Sherrill at 243 and 606, Randy Randolph a 651, Dave Hassa a 627, Shawn Burrington with a 650, Skip Owens a 610, and Don Jones a 617. The high four-game series of 884 belonged to Nick Turner. Ken Riska shot an 853, Don Jones a 823, and Roy Hamilton 828.