SRC bowling scores for the week of December 9-15

Similkameen Rec Centre bowling scores for the week in Keremeos




Friday – Special Olympics – two games

Mackenzie Walker 167 = 294

Monday – Alley Oops


Kristina Dupuis 227, 210 = 604

Bundie Page 202, 203

Helen Witter 207

Irma Desjardins 205


* Wayne Ritchie 241, 223, 247 = 711

Jack Popovich 254, 235 = 658

Norm Boucher 219

Harold Desjardins 210

Wednesday A.M. Goldenagers


Wendy Flack 221

Irma Desjardins 237

Pam Irwin 200, 208


Gary Thielmann 208

Ralph Hodge 232, 212 = 635

Jack Popovich 215

Harold Desjardins 204, 247 – 607

Thursday A.M. G. A. Swingers


Frank Joyce 200

Paul Herchak 235

Clyde Morris 244

John Merriman 200

Ed Wilson 216

*Bowler of the week


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