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Dec 2017/Jan 2018 - www.bowlingworld.com 29 32 BOWLING LANES - With Flashing Bumpers & computer Scoring HOME OF THE STEVE COOK CLASSIC GAME & VIDEO ARCADE - GLOW BOWLING with lights & music Every Friday & Saturday Night KARAOKE - Every Friday & Saturday Night in our sports bar & grill ( ( 916) 725-2101 * 7901 Auburn Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA 95610 www.stevecooksfiresidelanes.com (916) 725-2101 George Glavas Passes At 90 Sacramento Bowling Association Hall of Fame member George Glavas passed away on December 3rd at the age of 90. George is survived by Michele Glavas, Natasa Glavas and family; and many friends. He graduated from McClatchy High and Sacramento City College. George served in the US Army during the Korean War. He retired from the Sacramento Army Depot. George served on the Sacramento Bowling Association Board of Directors and wrote his "Down the Alley Column" for the Sac- ramento Union. 6th Annual GSA Senior Tournament Jan 13 & 14, 2018 AMF Mardi Gras Lanes Doubles and Singles (6 games) or doubles only (3 games) formats Doubles and Singles Squads (6 games): Jan 13 &14 10am Doubles Only Squads (3 games): Jan 13 &14 2pm . Mohr, Halvarson Win PBA South Point Member/Non-Member Doubles; Justin Ziegler Wins South Point West Challenge By Gary Mage Las Vegas, Nev. – Newly-elected Professional Bowlers Association hall of famer Ron Mohr of Las Vegas and amateur partner Scott Halvarson teamed up to win Sunday‟s South Point Member/Non-Member Doubles title Sunday at South Point Bowling Plaza after amateur Justin Ziegler of Henderson, Nev., won the South Point West Challenge portion of the West Region doubleheader on Friday. In the preliminary singles event, Ziegler defeated fellow non-member Cerell Cardi- nes of Las Vegas, 278-181, to earn the $2,000 first prize. In the semifinal round, Ziegler defeated Lowell Huber of Westminster, Calif., 248-188, while Cardines elimi- nated Toby Sambueno of Henderson, Nev., 245-236, to set up the championship match. PBA Challenge events are open to non-champions only. Because he is not a PBA member, Ziegler doesn‟t get credit for a PBA title. In Sunday‟s title match, Halvarson, from Bonney Lake, Wash., and Mohr defeated non-member Russ Oviatt of Tempe, Ariz. and Jim Pratt of Avondale, Ariz., 428-411, to claim the $4,000 first prize. Halverson also didn‟t get credit for a PBA title, but Mohr, at the age of 61, earned his first “standard” PBA Regional title to go along with 17 titles he has won in PBA50 events since reaching the age of 50. Halvarson and Mohr advance to the title match by eliminating Craig Spencer of Tempe and Greg Thompson Jr. of San Jose, Calif., 523-401, while Oviatt and Pratt ousted Steve Smith of San Diego and Frank Barefoot Jr. of Las Vegas. 401-370, in the other semifinal match. Oviatt and Pratt split $2,000 for second place. PBA SOUTH POINT WEST CHALLENGE presented by Track South Point Bowling Plaza, Las Vegas, October 27 Championship: n-Justin Ziegler, Henderson, Nev., ($2,000) def. n-Cerell Cardines, Las Vegas, 278- 181 ($1,000 SMART account). Semifinal Round (losers earned $800): n-Ziegler def. Lowell Huber. Westminster, Calif., 248-188. n-Cardines def. Toby Sambueno, Henderson, Nev., 245-236. Round of 8 (best of five games, losers eliminated and earned $600 each): n-Ziegler def. Dave Allen, Las Vegas, 3-0. n-Cardines def. Daniel Miyamoto, Milani, Hawaii, 3-1. Huber def. n-Chris Klerk, Chandler, Ariz., 3-0. Sambueno def. n-Craig Spencer, Tempe, Ariz., 3-0 . PBA SOUTH POINT MEMBER/NON-MEMBER DOUBLES presented by Radical South Point Plaza, Las Vegas, October 29 Championship: n-Scott Halvarson, Bonney Lake, Wash./Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, ($4,000) def. n- Russ Oviatt, Tempe, Ariz./Jim Pratt, Avondale, Ariz., ($2,000), 428-411. Semifinal Round (losers earned $2,000): n-Halvarson/Mohr, def. n-Craig Spencer., Tempe, Ariz./Greg Thompson Jr., San Jose, Calif., 523-401. n-Oviatt/Pratt def. n-Steve Smith, San Diego, Calif./Frank Barefoot Jr., Las Vegas, 401- 370. Round of 8 (best of five games, losers eliminated and earned $1,000 each): n-Halvarson/Mohr def. n-Ari Wilson, Henderson, Ariz./Mike Fagan, Berkeley, Calif., 3-0. n-Oviatt/Pratt def. Derek Acuff, Glendale, Ariz./n-Eric Hatchett, Henderson, Nev., 3-1. n-Smith/Barefoot def. n-Kyle Duster, LaHabra, Calif./Mark Myers, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0. n-Spencer/Thompson def. n-Todd Adams/Joseph Petrovich, Las Vegas., 3-1. n-denotes non member

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