New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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FIESTA LANES SUMMER LEAGUES
Monday Scootor StOf* Summ«
Man Scratch Game 206 James Barboza. 196 Lao Pent, 184 Teral Corner, Men Scratch Series 600 Jame* Barboza, 545 Leo Peraz, Women Scratch Game - 219 Melttsa Morrison, Woman Scratch Series —541 Melissa Morrison
Men Scratch Gama — 288 Mike Silla,
248 Charlie Natal, 245 Matt Redus, Man
Scratch Series 710 Mike Sills, 691
Jimmy Meyer, 871 Charlie Natal
Tuesday Summertime Seniors
Men Scratch Game — 258 Jim 0 Brian, 246 John Kilpper, 245 Gene Bishop, Men Scratch Series - 724 Gene Bishop. 669 John KHpper, 629 Jim 0 Brian, Woman Scratch Game 208 Oralee Stokes,
199 8 J Johnson, 191 Elaine Riding, Women Scratch Series — 526 Oralee Stokes, 497 Elmne Riding, 480 Judy Ellison
Men Scratch Game — 280 Dale Blume,
246 Michael Smith, 246 Josh Jones,
Men Scratch Series — 779 Dale Blume, 713 Josh Jones, 683 Jimmy Rivera,
Women Scratch Game 184 Kelly Rock, Boys Scratch Game — 219 Stephen lassig, 191 Devin Blume, 190 Phil Williams, 189 Gigi Dimas, 158 Nick Nolte, 157 Matty Martinez, 156 Wesley Bryan, 120 AJ Foster, Boys Scratch Series 532 Devin Blume, 532 Phil Williams, 525 Stephen Lassig, 487 Gigi Dimas, 434 Wesley Bryan, 420 Nick Nolte, 417 Matty Martinez, 324 AJ Foster, Girls Scratch Game 170 Rhanessa Roberts, 152 Megan Knetsch, 129 Cassie Rock, 129 Amanda Rock, 112 Kaitlyn Lassig, 107 Lauren Tilton, 67 Makayla Koehler, Girts Scratch Series - 443 Megan Knetsch, 419 Rhanessa Roberts, 362 Amanda Rock, 355 Cassie Rock, 322 Kaitlyn Lassig, 251 Lauren Tilton, 159 Makayla Koehler
Wednesday Summer Breeze
Women Scratch Game — 214 Gim Griffith, 189 Phyllis Gunn, 183 Wilma Bauman, Women Scratch Series — 583 Gini Griffith, 506 Wilma Bauman, 468 Sylvia Guerra
Thursday Young Guns Summer
Boys Scratch Game — 246 Ajay Patel,
245 Philip Williams, 232 Bobby Rios, 226 Zach Wade, 225 Joe Ortega. 203 Giovanni Dimas, Boys Scratch Series — 672 A|ay Patel, 641 Philip Williams, 598 Bobby Rios, 592 Joe Ortega, 538 Zach Wade, 533 Giovanni Dimas, Girls Scratch Game — 165 Colby Delano, 160 Shelby Light Girls Scratch Series —
459 Colby Delano, 450 Shelby Light
Thursday No Tap Seniors
Men Scratch Game — 298 Bud Depierro, 298 Jerry Sportsman, 286
David Woods. Men Scratch Series — 761 Bud Depierro, 738 Jerry Sportsman, 738 David Woods, Women Scratch Game 244 Elame Riding, 239 Edna Ketlbert, 222 Marcia Berry, Women Scratch Serias — 643 Elama Riding, 601 Marilyn Htnderson, 592 Edna Keilbtrg
Boys Scratch Gama — 258 Brad Edwards, 251 Philip Williams, 224 Ajay Patel, 212 Joe Ortega, 208 Zach Wade, 204 Bobby Rios, 201 Haven Barboza, 200 Nick Nofte, 188 Wesley Bryan, 183 Matty Martinez, Boys Scratch Series — 706 Bred Edwards, 650 Philip Williams, 589 A)ay Patel, 579 Bobby Rios, 543 Haven Barboza, 512 Joe Ortega, 499 Zach Wade, 462 Wesley Brysn, 460 JJ Battierra, 436 Mitchell Wesch, Girls Scratch Game 234 Demse Herfurth, 174 Shelby Light, 161 Colby Delano, Girls Scratch Series — 592 Demse Herfurth, 475 Shelby light, 445 Colby Delano
Quick Cash Summer
Men Scratch Game — 283 Chris Looker, 279 RJ Klann, 263 Berty Huet, Men Scratch Series — 761 RJ Klann, 677 JJ Leon, 646 Darrell Deptawa, Women Scratch Game — 191 Joy Owen
Friday Get You Gear Summer
Men Scratch Game — 277 Ryan Stange, 255 Vince Williams, 211 Rolando Salazar, 201 Dustin Ikals, Men Scratch Series 725 Ryen Stange, 645 Vince Williams, 587 Dustin Ikels, Boys Scratch Game - 256 Philip Williams, 188 Haven Barboza, Boys Scratch Series — 592 Philip Williams, 546 Haven Barboza,
Girls Scratch Game — 101 Yezenia Barros, 260 Yezenia Barros
Get Your Gear Summer
Men Scratch Game — 212 Dustin Ikels, 211 Spencer Cale, 206 Vince Williams, Men Scratch Series — 521 Dustin Ikels, 462 Spencer Cale, 408 James Rizzatto, Women Scratch Game — 184 Stephanie Herfurth, Women Scratch Series — 536 Stephanie Herfurth, Boys Scratch Game — 211 Brad Edwards,
190 Joe Ortega, 187 Haven Barboza, 163 Philip Williams, Boys Scratch Game — 574 Brad Edwards, 493 Joe Ortega, 492 Haven Barboza, 466 Philip Williams,
Girls Scratch Game — 68 Giselle Rios, Girls Scratch Series — 194 Giselle Rios
Saturday Mutt And Jeff Summer
Men Scratch Game — 236 Rodney Young, 188 Brian Nichols, 183 Chris Salone, Men Scratch Series — 565 Rodney Young, 484 Brian Nichols, 438 Chris Salone, Boys Scratch Game —
211 Rawson Young, 151 Edward Nichols, 125 Banner Bradshaw, Boys Scratch Series — 474 Rawson Young, 411 Edward Nichols, 342 Banner Bradshaw, Girls Scrath Game — 98 Christianna Salone, Girls Scratch Series — 254 Christianna Salone
Men Scratch Game — 220 Richard McCarter, 192 Danny Eller, 183 Robin Patterson, Men Scratch Series — 556 Danny Eller, 532 Robin Patterson, 478 Richard McCarterAREA NINE-PIN CIA BS
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ABOVE: Stephen Bohlen of New Braunfels.
LEFT: Nick Nolte, 15, of Canyon High School bowls during the Generation Gap league Tuesday night at Fiesta Lanes.
Photos by CHRIS HOFFMAN | Herald-Zeitung
Mandy Bohlen of New Braunfels bowls during the Guys & Gals league Tuesday at Fiesta Lanes in New Braunfels.
Emma Storms, 12, of OakRun Middle School takes her turn dur- Cory Massey bowls Tuesday night at Fiesta Lanes in New
ing the Generation Gap league Tuesday at Fiesta Lanes. Braunfels.
HZSoechting inks TCU scholarship
New Braunfels High senior Christopher Soechting recently signed a letter ot intent to join the Texas Christian University track team. Soechting is pictured with his parents Henry and Frances Soecttfj/ig and coaches Chuck Canilord, Michael Strunk, and Gregg Woodall.
FBI wants tape of Hamilton-Armstrong chance meeting
LOS ANGELES (AP)
The FBI has contacted a Colorado restaurant to get surveillance tapes of a conversation between seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and former teammate Tyler Hamilton over the weekend.
Armstrong and Hamilton ran into each other at a restaurant in Aspen on Saturday night, a few weeks after Hamilton went on "60 Minutes" and accused Armstrong of doping and encouraging his teammates to use per-formance-enhancing drugs as well.
Hamilton attorney Chris Manderson said his client was rattled by some of Armstrong's comments. "It was aggressive and intimidating and we thought it should be reported to federal investigators," Manderson told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Armstrong and one of
his lawyers said the conversation was uneventful.
jodi Larner, co-owner of the restaurant called Cache Cache, said the FBI was coming Wednesday to take the restaurant's sur-veillance tapes. However, the tapes only capture the kitchen area and not the front of the restaurant where the incident occurred.
Federal officials are now in their second year of investigating doping in cycling. Armstrong is a target of their work and a Los Angeles-based grand jury is nearing evidence that could lead to charges of fraud, conspiracy and drug trafficking against the cyclist and others on his Tour-winning teams.
Thom Mrozek, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office, and Laura Eimiller, a spokeswoman for the FBI's Los Angeles office, both declined comment.