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Bowling News: Results of the Certified Whoops Singles Tournament sponsored by Jan and Gordon Sawyer:

A Division: Wanda Long and Josh Stringer 1623, Chellah and Jim Reynolds 1618 and Jim Hargraves and Mary Martinez 1598. B Division: Barbara Wilson and Jerry Szelagowski 1575, Lorena Myers and William Padilla 1565, Dee Runau and Joe Matassa 1553 and Joe Darley and Dainne Toomey 1553. Side Pot: Josh Stringer 878, Joe Darley 833, Jim Reynolds 827, Gordon Sawyer 821, Jim Hargraves 818, Joe Matassa 799, Dottie Cole 797 and Judi Clausen 795.

High School Sports Schedule: (home games for next week) Sept 10: Girls Soccer vs Mojave at 4:30 p.m., Girls Volleyball vs Sierra Vista at 6 p.m. Sept 11: Girls Golf at Mountain Falls-league match at 11 a.m. Sept 12: Varsity boys Soccer vs Clark.

Horseshoe Tournament: Fall Festival on Sept. 28 at Petrack Park Horseshoe Pits ( next to Pool). Everyone is welcome to play. Entree fee $10 per player. Any questions contact: Mike Norton 775-537-0542.

Senior softball at Petrack Park: Men and women over 50 meet at the park Monday and Friday at 8 a.m. for softball. Call Ken for more info: 775-727-6413.

NFL games to watch (all times Pacific Time): Sunday games: Patriots vs Dolphins 10 a.m., Bengals vs Ravens 10 a.m., 49ers vs Cowboys 1:25 p.m., Colts vs Broncos 530 p.m. Monday Game: Chargers vs Cardinals 7:20 p.m.

Big College games to watch: Michigan State at Oregon, USC at Stanford, Michigan at Notre Dame, Virginia Tech at Ohio State, BYU at Texas, East Carolina at South Carolina, Arizona at Texas (San Antonio), Oregon State at Hawaii, Arkansas State at Tenessee, Pittsburgh at Boston College.

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