Horner leads Mixed League

Jessica Lavigne

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Here are the results from Mid-Town Bowl leagues during the last two weeks.

In the Mid-Town Ladies League, Bonnie Boissonneault was top bowler rolling a 293 single and 689 triple. She was followed by Irene Beaudoin with a 244 single and 653 triple. High singles also went to Charm Robertson (235), Melissa Garceau (233), Amanda Seguin (229), Helene Mccready (226), Sylvie Falardeau (205), Louise Gamache (205) and Mary-Ann Lemaire (202).

In the Mid-Town Mixed League, Jeannine Horner was top bowler with a 310 single and 727 triple. She was followed by Jess Barkel with a 275 single and 710 triple. High singles also went to Angele Campsall (264), Jess Lavigne (260), Tracy Leduc (257), Mitch Wafer (256), Sue Martel (252) and Nat Berry (235).

On the men’s side, Don Gamache led the way with a 278 single and 697 triple. He was followed by Andre Carriere with a 266 single and 660 triple. High singles also went to Eric Dion (272), Gary Legros (271), Joel Nabuab (270), Jr. Langlais (268), Dave Campsall (259) and Matt Maguire (256).

In the 55+ League, Guy Boissonneault was top bowler rolling a 279 single and 694 triple. He was followed by Claude Belanger with a 271 single and 679 triple. High singles also went to John Vukelich (248), Ray Vien (247), Marcel L’Heureux (241), Fred Barabas (233), Randy Stojkiewicz (227) and Ellard Beaven (221).

On the ladies’ side, Huguette Peron led the way with a 219 single and 620 triple. She was followed by Linda Loader with a 253 single and 581 triple. High singles also went to Monique Nolet (238), Lotte Ramm (233), Elaine Giroux (233), Judy Cecconi (226), Faye Macdonald (225) and Bonnie Boissonneault (216).

In the Empire Mixed League, Jess Lavigne was top bowler with a 259 single and 748 triple. She was followed by Linda Ryan with a 272 single and 722 triple. High singles also went to Bonnie Boissonneault (308), Joanne Sevigny (302), Jeannine Horner (295), Karren Paquette (281), Nancy Belanger (269) and Julie Poirier (260).

On the men’s side, Joey Merenda led the way with a 276 single and 681 triple. He was followed by Chad Champagne with a 268 single and 663 triple. High singles also went to Dominick Dusseault (260), Ray Prevost (252), Eric Letourneau (251), Joel Nabuab (249), Ricky Lemoy (248) and Josh Clark (245).

In the Timmins Special Olympics League, Patricia Malek was top bowler rolling a 255 single and 441 double. She was followed by Melissa Garceau with a 229 single and 432 double. High singles also went to Julie Plourde (176), Chandra Simard (157), Terry Ladouceur (150), Mackenzie Landry (148), Jennifer Jordan (147) and Tina Ouellet (142).

On the men’s side, Ron Thomson led the way with a 245 single and 395 double. He was followed by Pat Desjardins with a 268 single and 392 double. High singles also went to Claude Lagace (207), Joshua Armstrong (203), Paul-Andre Leclerc (200), Michel Beauchamp (199), Darrin Ship (199), Michael Blick (196) and Nicholas Demers (195).

In the Friday Doubles League, Darryl Gauthier was top bowler with a 348 single and 4 game total of 1,192. He was followed by Al Paquette with a 328 single and four-game total of 1,130. High singles also went to Sam Nabuab (355), Eric Pettipas (330), Joey Merenda (319), Clint Berry (314), Claude Belanger (311) and Clint Morissette (292).

In the Mid-Town Youth Bowling Council, top bowler in the Seniors Division went to Meghan Cassaniti rolling a 248 single and 714 triple. She was followed by Ellisa Franklin with a 246 single and 588 triple. High scores also went to Elissa Stinson (223, 563), Isabelle Gobeil (192, 523) and Mackenzie Belanger (194, 519). Bowler of the week went to Mackenzie Belanger.

On the boys’ side, Ashton Vachon led the way with a 265 single and 677 triple. He was followed by Nathan Prevost with a 246 single and 644 triple. High scores also went to Dawson Lalonde (243, 593), Evan Lacroix (226, 521), Kyle Lamothe (199, 470) and Jaden Dillon (145, 363). Bowler of the week went to Ashton Vachon.

In the Junior Division, Vanessa Berry was top bowler with a 278 single and 722 triple. She was followed by Mikayla Paquette with a 256 single and 621 triple. High scores also went to Mea Dion (257, 564), Madison Lalonde (198, 558) and Anna-Belle Vachon (208, 515). Bowler of the week went to Tori Mills and Mikayla Paquette.

On the boys’ side, Kason Cecconi led the way with a 211 single and 582 triple. He was followed by Evan Lawryniw with a 196 single and 500 triple. High scores also went to Iain MacDonald (187, 485), Vincent Beaulieu (103, 399), Kole Mackay (162, 397), Gavin Courchaine (172, 364) and Austin O’Malley (156, 345). Bowler of the week went to Iain MacDonald and Kason Cecconi.

In the Bantam Division, Caleb Dion was top bowler rolling a 187 single and 483 triple. He was followed by Marson Cariaga with a 157 single 397 triple. High scores also went to Kohen Malo (144, 390), Sebastien Aubry (155, 369), Paxton Stone (129, 350) and Alex Desgagnes (129, 343). Bowler of the week went to Caleb Dion and Raine Goodman.

On the girl’s side, Melodie Chartier led the way with a 142 single and 381 triple. She was followed by Madison Vezeau with a 129 single and 311 triple. High score also went to Kiana Paquette (111, 303). Bowler of the week went to Melodie Chartier and Kiana Paquette.

In the Peewee Division, Neeson Sutherland was top bowler with a 168 single and 279 double. She was followed by Emilie Chartier with a 101 single and 200 double. High score also went to Claire Ahrens.

On the boys’ side, Logan Ahrens led the way with a 118 single and 233 double. He was followed by Quyte Sutherland with a 112 single and 217 double. High scores also went to Anderson Feretycki (92, 178), Mathieu Amyotte (84, 167), AJ Bourgon (96, 141) and Noah Amyotte (79, 137). Bowler of the week went to Parker Lawryniw.

In the TOT Division, Daxton Bourgon rolled a 60 and Micah Amyotte rolled a 50. Bowler of the week went to Daxton Bourgon.

The YBC program is financially supported by Young Bowlers Association thanks to the funds they raise through their bi-weekly sessions at Jackpot City Timmins.

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