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Bowling News: At the Pahrump Nugget

Results of the 9 Pin No Tap Singles Tournament sponsored by Dee and Jerry Runau.

Prize winners were:

A Division: Michael Reynolds 899, Flip Griffith 889 and Jerry Szelagowski 865. B Division: Robert Barbier 879, Susan Wooten 857 and Jean Reynolds 841. Side Pot: Michael Reynolds 899, Flip Griffith 889 and Robert Barbier 879.

300 No Tap Games: Michael Reynolds and Parrish Lewis.

300 news: Mike Reynolds bowled a perfect 300 game on Jan. 27 at 10:48 a.m.

Fish Stocking: Nye County Fish stocking: Adams McGill Res. 2,749 Rainbow Trout, May 5, 2014; Beatty Pond 750 Rainbow Trout, Jan.8 2015; Cold Springs Res. 5,220 Rainbow Trout, March 18, 2014; Dacey Res. 5,200 Rainbow Trout, Sept. 30, 2014; Haymeadows Res. 5,205 Rainbow Trout, Oct. 15, 2014; Rye Patch Pond 796 Rainbow Trout, May 5, 2014.

Little League: Sign-ups are on Jan. 31. Times are from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. and on Jan. 14, 21 and 28 from 5 p.m to 7 p.m., cost will be $85 for t-ball and for Rookies $95, for Minors, Majors and Juniors $110. This year Little League will have 4 year olds playing in t-ball. We need to get all players signed up early so we can ensure that all divisions are formed in an appropriate manner without having an overabundance of kids per team. Any players signing up after Jan. 31 will be assessed a $10 late fee.

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