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bowl me over
by Jim Reck
From 01/17/2015 to 01/23/2015
CONVERTED SPLITS – Brandon Brandel 2-5-7 (youth); Jane Davis 5-10; Caitlin Gill 5-6-10; Glenda Duncan 5-7; Judy Davis 2-10;
Margaret Biolsi 5-10; Dewey Ness 3-6-7-10, 3-9-10; Leroy Maurer 3-10; Cal Meyer 3-10
ROLLA SENIORS – Mary Stacy 164(477); Glenda Duncan 181(475); Austin Pitts 225(596); John Bates 214(585); Don Graham
192(538); Jim Barksdale 180(537); Skeet Satterfield 182(526); Dan Neill 178(497); Gerald Gregory 178(484); Bill Archer 190(482); Bill
Knight 204(481)
YOUTH 600 SERIES – Lucas Schreiman 267(614); Travis McWilliams 211(609); Josh Elliott 238(608); Brandon Brandel 233(602)
The youth have bowled 23 600 series so far this season.
LADIES 700 SERIES – Karen Rosenburg 258(716) The ladies have rolled 6 700 series so far this season.
LADIES 600 SERIES – Tammy Blattel 234(639), 242(609); Denice Jacobs 235(632); Vickie Flegel 224(628); Makayla Blattel
233(600) The ladies have bowled 75 600 series so far this season.
MENS 700 SERIES – Rodney E Grouns 256(757); Kris Newkirk 299(754), 264(730); Dustin Liveasay 278(754); Jim Ludwig 259(730);
Deon Estrada 285(721); David Rosenburg 251(714); Bob Kattich 278(708); Rodney Thompson 265(707); Rodney Thompson 249(700)
The men have bowled 129 sanctioned 700 series so far this season.
ELEVEN IN A ROW – Kris Newkirk started his 2nd game with 11 strikes in a row then bowled a 9 count for a 299.
PEE WEES – Emme Eyrtel 115; Madison Nash 108; Brooklyn Fite 106; Olivia Grisham 89; Stormie Hussey 87; Kirrah Drennan 83;
Faith Light 83; Alexis Grisham 82; Tucker Douglas 86; Evan King 86; Carter Gann 85; Terry Millburg 85; Easton Gaddy 82; Stephen
Arthur 80
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Emme Eyrtel’s 115 game was 28 pins over average.
BANTAM/PREPS – Acadia Grouns 171(286); Gretchen Woodward 127(232); Kaylie Rosenburg 124(228); Kate VanHoose 112(194);
Katie Baker 93(154); Adam Masterson 150(299); Xavier Reese 98(179); Trevor Perkins 101(177); Draven Holder 111(174); Tom
VanHoose 93(174); Braxton Crider 89(155)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Acadia Grouns’ 171 game was 61 pins over average. Kayie Rosenburg’s 124 was 58 pins over.
JUNIOR/MAJORS – Alcina Reese 170(499); Steven Schreiman 203(554); Nate Potrafka 206(529); Austin Eisterhold 188(523); Steven
Heavin 221(510); Caleb Dobry 202(482)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Lucas Schreiman’s 267 game was 84 pins over average.
DOGHOUSE – Sarah Schafer 202(551); Sharon Pitts 172(483); Nate Millburg 255(645); Keith Swetnam 236(634); Matt Edwards
220(602); Chris Hopper 213(596); Scott Stogsdill 241(585); Clayton Brooks 208(581)
MERCHANTS – Micah Wellnitz 195(518); Jodie Sapaugh 205(505); Mike Fryer 225(654); Wayne Callaway 219(647); Dennis
Sandstrom 245(644); Glen Sapaugh, Jr 226(644); Terry Miles 234(626); Richard L Smith 245(615); Chris Ayars 223(610); Ladair Feeler
222(606); Jordan Youngblood 215(602); Arthur Lee Hance 202(572)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Deon Estrada’s 285 game was 79 pins over average.
BOSS N SLAVE – Kevin Day 246(637); Bob Kinder 234(603); Jonathan Agnew 223(583)
TUESDAY SOCIAL – Richard Cabanes 289(668); David Pierce 212(583); Ed Leonard 211(573); Charles Scantlin 200(570); Brandin
Sharp 213(561)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Richard Cabanes’ 289 game was 103 pins over average. Dustin Liveasay’s 278 was 76 pins over.
EARLY BIRDS – Glenda Lottes 178(483); Ann Brown 178(479); Kate Sullivan 173(473)
QUEENS – Aleatha Fite 207(588); Rebecca Gill 204(585); Amber Delong 193(543); Gloria Green 182(529); Lauren Thompson
199(524); Nancy Leier 168(486); Robin Swarnes 202(485); Caitlin Gill 177(475); Robin Kyle 160(474)
BUSINESS – Crystal Pratz 233(544); Adrienne Callaway 184(486); Andrew Haffer 248(689); Michael Cape 265(683); Jake Sternberg
231(679); Mike Duncan 256(669); Richard Sawyer 235(665); John Stevens 242(656); Paul Sorrell 245(630); Mike Davis 225(619); John
Harrison 209(612); Brandon Cole 230(611); Wayne Townley 225(609); Jason Satterfield 225(606); Raymond Giesler Jr 210(596); Chuck
Satterfield 219(594); Flynn Chambers 215(592); Dewey Ness 223(585); Rodney M Grouns 225(583); Lukas Gill 212(579); Greg Curtis
212(575); Rowe Duncan 211(570); Trevor Kircher 213(570); Ken Arthur 225(568); Jerry Bahr 189(564); James Scantlin 200(563);
Charles W Scantlin 204(562); Dennis Stogsdill 194(561); Gene Gill 235(560); Gene Newkirk 201(560);
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Bob Kattich’s 278 game was 83 pins over average. Crystal Pratz’s 233 was 89 pins over.
TGIF – Clint Dobry 246(656); Matt Blattel 235(653); Matthew Matlock 246(653); Kody Neagles 236(653); Nathan Neagles 238(636);
David Wilson 216(610); Marvin Richardson 217(608); Justin Isaacson 223(596); Jared Rhyneer 224(592); Cody Wilson 230(589);
Tristan Hoffman 212(584); Trevor Cifarelli 211(577); Larry Baker 245(564)
BALL N CHAIN – Tina Hilmas 196(490); Sherry Stites 171(477); Greg Hilmas 224(597); John Sullivan 208(584)
FINAL FRAME – Josephine "Jo" Louise Garner passed away peacefully Sunday, January 25, 2015 at the age of 81. Jo was born in
Quincy, Illinois on November 6, 1933 to the late Charles and Josephine Day. Miss Josephine Day was united in marriage to Mr. Melvin
Garner on January 4, 1953; this union was blessed with four children. It was in 1982 that Mel and Jo started Garner Refrigeration and
Heating, with Jo doing the bookwork from home as she raised their family.
Jo was an avid bowler and spent countless hours at the bowling alley, hours well spent when she did bowl a perfect 300.
Before her illiness she was a very active member of the Rolla Elks Lodge, The Eagles, and the Moose Lodge. Jo had many roles but her
favorite was being a mother and grandmother, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were the highlight of her world, she
loved every minute of the time she could spend together. Jo will be remembered most for her ever present smile, spunk, quick wit, and
her love of life.
Jo is survived by her children, Robert Garner and wife Annette Garner, David Garner, and Deanna Brown and significant other Charles
Worley; grandchildren, Ashley Anderson and husband Justin, Johanna Garner, James Garner and wife Nancy Garner, Trevor Garner,
Jason Garner, and Lakota Worley; great-grandchildren, Caden and Aliyah Anderson, Michael, Jesse, Joseph, and Bradyn Garner. In
addition to her parents Jo was preceded in death by her husband Melvin in 2012; son, Michael Garner; and brothers, Fred and Charles
Day.
Funeral services for Jo Garner were held January 28, 2015 at the James & Gahr Mortuary with Pastor Dan Phillips officiating.
Memorials are suggested to The American Cancer Society, cards are available at all James & Gahr locations.
You can email Jim Reck at bowlmeov@fidmail.com