Thanks to Larry Edgar who is emailing in these results!
The final results are in:
Nancy Nishikawa ended up the regular sessions of the Women's Singles in a 3-way tie for first with a 6-1 record, but Rosa Gandara came out on top in the play-off to win the Women's Singles title.
Doug Bradley finished with a 2-5 record in Men's Singles.
Lucy Hart and Dee Poor also finished with a 2-5 record in Women's Pairs.
And Larry Edgar and Richard Krueger bowled to a 4-3 record for third place in Men's Pairs.
Congratulations to all our bowlers for representing the Northwest Division.
The winners are listed below. For complete game results go to:
Women's Singles, Rosa Gandara, Southwest Stripes
Women' Pairs, Kottia Spangler/Anne Nunes, Southwest Stars
Men's Singles, Jack Behling, South-Central
Men's Pairs, Joe Zinna/Bob Schneider, Central
Day 3 – Aug. 29
Nancy Nishikawa won both games today and is in second place at 4/1/0.
Lucy Hart and Dee Poor lost both games and are now 2/3/0.
Doug Bradley won 1 and lost 1 and is currently 1/4/0.
Larry Edgar and Richard Krueger won both games and are tied for first at to go 4/1/0.
Day 2 – Aug. 28
Nancy Nishikawa had 1 win, 1 loss today to be 2/1/0 after 2 days.
Lucy Hart and Dee Poor won 2 and are now 2/1/0.
Doug Bradley lost 2 and is 0/3/0.
Larry Edgar and Richard Krueger lost 1 and won 1 to go 2/1/0.
Day 1 Results for NorthWest
The games Sunday afternoon for the NW Division were against the NE Division:
Nancy Nishikawa won her game with Rusty Hein (21-10)
Dee Poor and Lucy lost to Eileen Luba and Lois Saladin (9-30)
Doug Bradley lost to George Fickley (17-21)
Richard Krueger and Larry Edgar won their game with Bob and Dick Sayer (20-14)
SW Stars-Christine Ludwig, singles; Kottia Spangler and Anne Nunes, pairs;
Simon Meyerowitz, singles; Sam Benjamin and Bill Reidy, pairs.
SE-Marita Nierth, singles; Barbara Roller and Jackie Tucker, pairs; George
Tucker, singles; Bruce Miller and Ken Roberts, pairs.
SW Stripes-Rosa Gandara, singles; Patricia Cronshaw and Carrie Fossati,pairs; Jim Olson, singles; Steve Smith and Howard Harris, pairs.