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Bowling News: Results of the certified 10-Pin Singles Tournament sponsored by Win Realty in honor of WR Sporting.

Prize winners were:

A Division: Justin Hayes 907, Frank Medina 868, Jerry Szelagowski 867. B Division: Dee Runau 865, Bette Sloan 823 and Dot Shanholtz 821 . Side Pot: Jerry Szelagowski 867, Jim Hargraves 855 and Bette Sloan 823.

Golf News: Marv Clemans hit a hole-in-one on June 2 on hole 14 at Lake View Executive Golf Course.

Horseshoe throwing: the Tonopah Chuckers will be holding a horseshoe tournament on June 13 thru 14. The cost is $12 and participants can register at the tourney at Joe Fries Sports Complex. The tournament starts at 10 a.m. and is a state sanctioned tournament.

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