Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News firstname.lastname@example.org
“Don’t worry if you blow a shot here and there or do something to redden your face. It happens to the best, more often than you think!”
Where were you Monday night? More than likely, the same place I was so you missed it too. Ken Riska put twelve balls in the pocket his first game and bowled a 300! Will tell you more about it next week. A “292” No-Tap is scheduled to begin on Saturday. The tourney will also run on the weekend of March 3-4. Bowl eleven strikes in a row, pick off two pins on your final ball and have a chance to win a three-day, twonight trip to Las Vegas. Further details are available by calling 265-5885. “The Dewey” No-Tap was held over the weekend. The youth tourney was named in memory of Duaine Sloan, a man who dedcated many years of service to our local youth organization. Dewey’s wife, Karen, has arranged to donate all awards given out, of which we are very grateful. Daeton and Jason Keeler won the Bantam division with a score of 885. Tracer and Tiffany Nitz placed second with an 846 and Kendall Holden and Cindy Turner were third with an 821. Ryne and Brett Antley’s 1,631 was high for the Preps. Jacob Holden and Maxine Munson followed with 1,515 and a 1,511 by Alec and Allan Drew was third. Ramsey Drew and Shawn Holden teamed up for first in the Juniors with a 1,557 score. Tiana and Allan Drew were second with 1,479 followed by a 1,452 from Erik and Keri Woodwick. JT Davis and Kyle Surber’s 1,711 was high for the Majors. Jacob Anderson and Christy Holden had a 1,587 and Paul and Matt Jensen a 1,585. The Youth Association thanks everyone who participated in the tourney on such short notice. Thanks to those who called the parents and helped out at the lanes. A very special thank you to Chris Drew for another job well done and a lot of time spent. Cole Schlotfeldt threw the high Bantam game of 77 and Daniel Almas’ 126 was the series. Tucker Carlson had a 67; Dane Rowlatt a 65, 123, and Zach Barnes a 124 series. Jacey McDonald had the girls’ highs of 62 and 101. Tori Hansen had a 48, 45, and a 93 series. 1st: The Strikers. 2nd: The Strike Master. 3rd: The Bowling Girls. 4th: The Hot Dogs. 5th: The Broncos. Highs for the Preps were David Denny with a 130 and 358 and Sadie Seidel’s 103, 87, 74 and 264. Trey Brown had a 127; Ryne Antley 123; Tyrell Pierce 343; and Spencer Morkrid 325. 1st: The Pin Slayers. 2nd (Tie): The 300’s, See Ya Later Pins. 4th: The Burton Strike. 5th: The Pin Heads. Kyle Surber had a 227 and a 502 and Dyani Holzhausen a 169 and 406 for the Junior/Major highs. Spencer Ivers had a 185 and 474; Roman Surber a 182 and 467; Aja Drew a 158 and 352; and Tianna Drew 136 and 366. Kyle Surber picked a 4-6 and Pat Ahern a 9-10. 1st: Team 162. 2nd: Cotton-Headed Ni. 3rd: The Trojans. 4th: Team Flip. 5th: The Head Pins. This Sunday is the final session for Havre Youth. The banquet and awards is scheduled for Sunday, March 18. Happy birthday Rochelle Cooper and Ramona Duran. Cathy Luke and Lorrie Keller each gain one on Sunday. Minnow Mariani picked a 4-6; June Hesser a 5-8-10; Irene Wagner a 4-10; Susie Friede a 4-5; and this one a 5-10. Christy Holden tickled the 600-mark once again with her 595 which included a 236 and 208. Barb DeRosa shot a 535; Ruth Orr a 203 and 513; Deanna Olson a 507; Norma Mariani a 506; and Chris Drew a 500. Larry Schmidt’s 268-game was high and the series of 662 belonged to Bret Preeshl. Larry had a 612 and Bret a 257. Mike Hamilton had a 237, 616, 232 and 611; Ron Tompt a 237, 633 and 232; Ron Turner 235; Leo Miller a 243; Bob Blazer 256 and 622; Roy Hamilton a 245 and 640; Tracy Job a 231 and 649; Chris Young a 238; Randy Christofferson a 255 and 626; Shawn Burrington a 248, 233 and 640; Brad Cornelius a 232 and 642; Chad Anderson a 633; Eric Bartow a 606; and Jay Burring-ton a 610. An 841 by Ron Tompt was the high fourgame. Mike Hamilton had a 786 and Chad Anderson a 773.
RUDYARD: Terry Grant was once again on top with a 246 and a 626. He also shot a 611 and Chris Kline had a 607. The women’s high game of 203 was by Rose Spinler and Marjie Spinler and Linda Foster shared series honors for their 519s. Grant also had the high four-game series of 814. Jack Jacobson shot a 587; Chris Pappas 574; and Pat Foster Jr. And Shawn Rettig 577s.