Nov. 1 : Area sports: Fairview bowling; Jordan Oldtimers; Welland minor hockey
Following are recent top tenpin and fivepin bowling scores, as submitted by the lanes and league secretaries:
Tuesday Morning Mixed: John Osborne 622, Dave Ryder 572, Gord McCormack 521, Pat Weir 504, Rosemarie Simpell 484, Ruth Reimer 455.
Tuesday Afternoon Ladies: Sharon Walsh 449, Nanct Billard 443, Karen Gunter 435.
Tuesday Night Men: First Div: Keith Ballantyne 501, Craig McKie 492, Charlie Chase 482; Premier Div: Greg Panas 649, Ron Verkuyl 626, Ken Derosier 599, Terry Krawec 599.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: June Kish 448, Grace Beke 447, Janet Guy 426.
Wednesday Night Ladies: Muriel Tanner 514, Darlene Rymer 500, Judee Costanza 499.
Thursday Morning Ladies: Linda Holierhoek 464, Rella Pizzngrilli 462, Kathy Fast 441.
Thursday Night Mixed: Group 1: Kyle Brown 631, Codi McMaster 606, John Osborne 590; Group 2: Addison Nye 623, James Servos 607, Doug Fretz 590; Group 3: Sharon Walsh 511, Dianne Brown 497, Sam Seinen 477; Group 4: Paul Schankula 474, Mike Fastje 468, Cody Bride 460; Group 5: Heather Addy 422, Sylvia Pogrebski 408, Amanda Dutcher 400.
Friday Night Mixed: Chris Rogers 612, Doug Bruinsma 578, Rob Piva 577, Sara Henderson 495, Terri Panas 456, Elaine Houtby 438.
Youth: Bantam: Alex Teneycke 220, Robbie Donald 190, Preston Yates 129; Junior: Ben Foster 442, Landon DeGlopper 359, Sophia Beaudry 375; Intermediate: Addison Nye 537, Zachary Beaudry 497, Armen Menkemnian 473; Senior: Ayden Fisk 130.
Monday Morning Men: Good: Bob Berge 560, Doug Lawrence 477, Marc Jensen 453; Gooder: Vince DeNapoli 515, Rob Balanowski 470, Jim Henderson 470 ; Goodest:Brad Woods 618, Mike Johnson 585, Ralph Barnim 580.
Monday Majors: Brad Fretz 695, Lisa Morabito 619, Bruce Scott 614, Terry Krawec 610.
Tuesday Prime Timers: Morgan Upshall 502, George brown 499, Martin Lanteigne 489, Gaetane Papineau 481, Monique Dorling 474, Helen Black 443.
Tuesday Night Mixed: Brayden Girard 654, Jim Miller 623, Ken McKay 490, Angi Nesbitt 522, Mandy Jenkins 458, Lisa Loosemore 389.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Cathy Vandelaar 570, Carla Sneek 493, Rose Marie Brown 485.
French Club: Jacques Vaillancourt 621, Wilfrid Demore 546, Bob Walsh 524, Toni Ball 520, Rolande Fournier 492, Marie-Josee Vaillancourt 476.
Friday 55 and Uppers: Kevin Shea 581, Randy Thomas 536, Philip Lamothe 428, Dianne Siegel 468, Kathy Sokoloski 412, Nan Brogden 394.
Youth: Little Tykes (one game): Gavin Booker 101, Madalynne Spence 114, Scarlett Colledge 104, Autumn Etherington 94; Peewee: Michael Lazar 267, Ethan Barker 250, Duncan Hilborn 223; Bantam: Liam Boles 396, Jaymes Booker 277, Kyla Boles 354, Katelynn Gough 311, Katie Adgey 194; Junior: Jacob Gough 472, Cameron Mitchell 450, Aaron Goertzen 435, Felicia Currie 498, Erica Boles 408, Emma D’Aloisio 399; Senior: Chanzen Krafve 596, Connor Latour-Williamson 526, Olivia Prudhomme 459, Sarah Malott 457.
Sunday Sport: Scott Bartlett 676, Bill Booker 521, John Howard 487, Noella White 592, Angi Nesbitt 539, Wendy Bonnette 510.
Monday 55 and Up: Bob Walsh 547, Ian Cooper 523, Reg Sonnenberg 504, Marilynn Goulding 614, Toni Ball 545, Janet Dietz 450.
UNIFOR Retirees: Terry Bryan 500, Al Perrault 463, Mike Locke 432, Darlene Smith 432, Noreen Locke 431, Irene Charkowy 408.
Monday Evening Mixed: Seaward Billard 512, George Brown 489, Dick Mallory 485, Denise Livingston 472, Erika Phair 448, Jennifer Williams 435.
Following are results from the Jordan Oldtimers Hockey League:
Rangers 9 Canadiens 1
Brian Cullen Motors Rangers: John Lamont 3; Brent Shura 2; Darrel Murphy, Greg Penney, Tim Sawicki, Jeff Younger.
Brian Cullen Cadillac Corvette Canadiens: John Porter.
Stars 6 Bruins 3
Elzinga Charter Accountant Stars: Dave Mable, Steve Bowen, James Wakunick, Chris Cookson, Brandon Brousseau, Jamie Brophy.
The Keg Steakhouse and Bar Bruins: Josh Moore, Ryan Horton, Brett Kunselman.
Flyers 10 Hawks 3
C.R. Smith Financial Flyers: Kevin Paul 3; Jim Bartkiw 2; Matt Dixon 2; Jeff Dixon, Rob Harder, Michael Robertson.
Front Row Sports Excellence Hawks: Craig Martin, Darren Horton, Todd Clealand.
WELLAND TIGERS HOCKEY
Bantams take three straight
The Welland Buckner’s Source for Sports Tigers minor bantam A hockey team was unbeaten in recent action blanking Fort Erie 4-0, doubling Dunnville 2-1 and defeating Glancaster 4-0.
Scoring for Welland versus Fort Erie were: Kaleb Segion, two goals; Zachary Robichaud and Preston Wainwright, single goals; and, Quinten Hemauer, two assists. Brycen Farr recorded the shutout.
Mason Saxton and Quinten Hemauer scored as Welland improved to 4-1 with the win over Dunnville.
Nolan Hemauer netted a pair of goals and Wainwright notched singles versus Glancaster. Seguin had two assists and Farr recorded the shutout.
Major peewees .500 last week
The Welland Telus Tigers major peewee A hockey team went 1-1-1 last week, losing 2-1 to Stoney Creek, tying Garden City 3-3 and dumping Niagara Falls 8-0.
Tyler Ray recorded the lone Welland goal versus Stoney Creek.
Josh Lamb, Jordan Raso and Ray found the net for Welland against Garden City.
Against Niagara Falls, Ryan Reeves netted a pair of goals with Ray, Jaxon Vanderlip, Lamb, Raso, Dayton Flatt and Everett Hemauer each scoring single tallies. Lukas Biggar earned his third shutout as the team improved to 5-2-1 on the season.
Minor peewees unbeaten
The Welland 91.7 Giant FM/Country 89 Tigers minor peewee A hockey team as unbeaten last week, tying Dunnville 1-1 and tripling Garden City 3-1.
Colby Franchetti for Welland and Aaron Ruigrok for Dunnville traded goals as the two top teams in the Niagara District Peewee Belcot division squared off.
Julian Belcastro scored twice against Garden City and Miller Miotto also scoring, thanks to some great playmaking from Carson McComber. Jacob Jones accounted for the lone goal for Garden City.
Welland is now 6-0-2 in divisional play.
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