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December 1, 2013

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MAPLE CITY BOWL TWILITE

Standings: Ultra Fab 54-23, Maple City Bowl 49-28, Maple City Pro Shop 47-30, Oswego Laundromat 44-33, Olympia Candy Kitchen 42-36, P S M 41-36, Blow The Rack 39-38, Copper Top 37-40, Cedar Creek 37-40, Double D’s 32-45, Lippert Components 31-46.

Honor scores: Nick Newcomb 714 (289), Daren Reed 702 (220, 257, 228), Josh Cottey 697 (243, 257), Brandon Hurst 680 (241, 224), Dustin Butler 677 (257, 259), Jeff Snodgrass 665 (266), Willie Slabach 664 (246, 225), Robert Haywood 660 (247), Terry Wingard 652 (246), Charles Pate 652 (241), Brian Cotherman 651 (226, 225), Rick Holderread 642 (242), Richard Chupp Jr. 640 (247), Ron Southern Jr. 638 (235), Dave Garlinger 634 (246), James Bradley 624 (228), Mel Kauffman 624 (267), Lowell Nicolai 622 (238), Brian Miller 620 (247), David Rossi 618 (247), Dan Jones 609 (235), Robby Price 608 (231), Bob Hurst 606 (223), Mike Turner 606, Austin Newcomb 605 (289), Harry Hood 604, Steve Deckert 603 (221), Nathan Padgett 601 (225), Matt Miller 596, Ryan Dobson 595, Wally Waldron 594, Bryan McPeak 591, Cody Worden (231), Donny Ray (224).

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS

Standings: MO Trailers 33-23, Team Five 32-24, Why Not 31-25, Girls & Squirrels 31-25, The Intimidators 30 1/2-25 1/2, Double D’s 30 1/2-25 1/2, Don’t Ask, Won’t Tell 29-27, Miller’s Building Supply 28 1/2-27 1/2, LMFAO 28 1/2-27 1/2, Anger Management 27 1/2-28 1/2, Family Tree 26 1/2-29 1/2, Bottoms Up 25-31, Team Two 23-33, Ya Mad Bro 16-40.

Honor scores: (Women) Nancy Hoover 534 (195), Neki Spicher 532, Marge Cameron (193). (Men) Matt Miller 747 (268, 278), Travis Steele 729 (225, 279, 225), Daren Reed 695 (225, 248, 222), Tim David 692 (300), James Spicher 688 (225, 243, 220), Jason Steele 684 (224, 265), Brian Sampers 680 (255, 243), Brian Templeman 675 (224, 225, 226), Robert Huffman 672 (265, 225), Bronson Seifer 661 (232, 224), Cody Ling 650 (224), Dave Mast 635 (226, 224), Jared Hutchings 635 (235), Mark Hershberger 633, Ryan Dobson 625 (249), Shane Miles 611, Jason Akens 607 (267), Shawn Brown 606 (233), Justin Randolph (235), Nate Mast (224), Tim Leighton (222).

COMMERCIAL B MASTERS

Honor scores: Brian Miller 737 (224, 268, 245), Scott Schooley 709 (242, 276), Jeremy Rhodes 675 (246, 210, 219), David Knight Jr. 674 (257, 227), Gregg Adams 673 (225, 241), Trevor Bickel 654 (239, 224), Mark Morton 636 (238), Jesse Taapken 636 (233), Jordan Dobson 630 (236), Kris Leming 628 (216). Craig Newcomer 624 (234, 221), John C. Wilson Jr. 619 (216, 246), Dan Jones 618 (233), Chris Brunt 612 (229), Ryan Lawhorn 603 (247), John Wilson Jr. 601 (235), Nancy Hoover 599 (216, 204), David Crawford Sr. (227), Joe Grevenstuk (256), Phil Taylor (238), Greg Jones (232), Ernie Lehman (226), Clint Taylor (224), Dave Bollinger (222).

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