Friday, April 25, 2014
OMAK San Poil Valley took first place in mixed teams at the second Pat Morin Sr. Invitational bowling tournament April 11-13.
Bob T., Jolene S., Mae S. and John S. finished with 2,857 pins for the win at Valley Lanes. Last names were not provided.
The tournament was open to all Native American bowlers, Okanogan Valley bowlers and Coulee Country bowlers (Pat’s People), lane spokeswoman Lynn Hoover said today.
1, San Poil, (Bob T., Jolene S., Mae S. and John S.), 2,857.
2, Give Us A Name (Kathy S., Kristi M., Karl J., Dale D.), 2,607.
3, 3NTOO (Austin G., Jolene S., Aaron G., Birney G.), 2,579
1, Mae Stensgar/John Stensgar, 1,418.
2, Jayna Hubbard/Justin Allen, 1,382.
3, Tiger Covington/Robin Atlin, 1,372
1, Jack Brandt, 743.
2, Travis Fry, 715.
3, B.J. Brown-4, 713. 4 tie, Bob Kawahara and Dale Dunckel, 700.
6, Russ Marchand, 689.
7, Bill Carson-2, 681.
8, Feddie Krakoff 673.
1, Bill Carson/Raymond Mercado, 1,409.
2, B.J. Brown/Robert Brown, 1,402.
3, Jack Brandt/Dan Otto, 1,382.
4, Phil Corliss/William Knorr, 1,375.
1, Lynn Hoover, 735.
2, Rhonda Marchand, 685.
3, Cheryl Samuels, 683.
1, Samantha LaClair/Stacee Isaac, 1,223.
All events: Stacee Isaac, 1,873. Dale Dunckel, 2,108.
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