SCOREBOARD: Bowlers toss big scores as month’s first week wraps up

It was a good first week of February for lakecity bowlers.

Monday Night

Bowling League (Feb. 5)

Who Gives a Split – 18

Hit & Miss – 15

El Paso Wipo – 15

Spare Parts – 13.5

Class Acts – 9.5

Pinheads – 9

Just for Kicks – 7

4 Pickles & A Bun – 7

Blazin Bannock – 4

The Loonies – 2

Team High Single – Who Gives a Split – 1,254

Team High Triple – Who Gives a Split – 3,325

Men’s High Average – Larry Andrews – 242

Men’s High Single – Tyson Renwick – 304

Men’s High Triple – Larry Andrews – 779

Ladies’ High Average – Lynn Bolt – 220

Ladies’ High Single – Cec Benard – 261

Ladies’ High Triple – Cec Benard – 749

Thursday Night Bowling (Feb. 8)

Hairballz – 18

Split Enz – 17

On Strike – 15

Bowling Stones – 13

Kool Running – 12

The Evacuators – 12

The StrikeOuts – 12

LOFT – 10

Jane Does – 6

Taylor Made – 5

Men’s High Single – Heward Smedley – 304

Men’s High Triple – Tyler McLean – 790

Ladies’ High Single – Charlene Harrison – 312

Ladies’ High Triple – Llona Godin – 663

Club 55 Tuesday/

Friday Bowling Leagues

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Ladies’ High Single – Donna Jeffries – 258

Ladies’ High Triple – Donna Jeffries – 641

Men’s High Single – Wayne Rodier – 320

Men’s High Triple – Wayne Rodier – 771

Friday, Feb. 9

100 Mile Strikers – 25

Help! – 17

Help! – 16

Something Else – 15

Golden Girls – 13

Odd Balls – 12

Elks – 11

Rowdies – 11

The Fix Is In – 10

Gutter Dusters – 10

Ladies’ High Single – Penny Bennison – 253

Ladies’ High Triple – Norma Weatherby – 634

Ladies’ High Average – Sharon Atkinson – 204

Men’s High Single – Ervin Hannah – 292

Men’s High Triple – Ervin Hannah – 812

Men’s High Average – Ervin Hannah – 245

Cariboo 8-Ball League Doubles Standings (Feb. 5)

1.) Oliver Demons – 47

2.) Legion Angles – 43

3.) D&D – 41

4.) OV Stars – 34

5.) OV Boomers – 32

6.) Legion Royals – 29

Top Three Teams

1.) Dale C/Jackie L – 12

2.) Evans B/Brandi P – 11

Nick S/Rhonda S – 11

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