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Bowling news:

The PVTBC will hold a WHOOPS singles tournament, with handicap, on July 25, at the Pahrump Nugget, 1 p.m. This tournament will be sponsored by All Star Real Estate. The tournament is open to Active PVTBC members only.

Results of the July 11 500 Club tournament: (Top 10 finishers)

1. Joy Bird 845 – $41.00, 2. Margarete Caldwell 844 – $39, 3. Dianne Toomey 826 – $36, 4. Eileen O’Connell 821 – $30, 5. Nancy 820 – $25, 6. Laura Lamb (tie) 814 – $19, June Williams (tie) 814 -$19, 8. Lorena Myers 812 – $16, 9. Janis Scott 809 – $15.50, 10. Donna Doyle 804.

SNAKE BITE, 9-PIN WHOOPS 9 pin no tap: 500, GROUPIES AND SIDE POT: 1. Dale Gordon 988 – $39, 2. Jerry Adams 865 – $35, 3. Ronaldo Lloyd 856 – $27, 4. Rod Hubbs 853 – $22, 5. Frank Medina 851 – $18, 6. Terry Ryan 842 – $15, 7. Nocky Roach 836, 8. Flip Griffith (tie) 826, 10. Tony Pipitone 804.

Junior Triathlon: July 25 at Petrack Park at 7 a.m. Event will benefit No to Abuse and is for kids 3-15 years of age.

Junior Golf results July 6:

Girls 7-8: 1st Shayda Three Stars (54); Boys 7-8: 1st Antonio Veloz (44), 2nd Kelson Smith (49); Girls 9-11: 1st Toni Smith (50); Boys 9-11: 1st Joey Mule (44), 2nd Cameron Briscoe (46); 3rd Caden Briscoe (49); 18 holes – Boys/Girls 12-14: 1st Steele Skinner (71), 2nd Breanne Nygaard (80); Boys 15-18: 1st Derek Moore (62), 2nd Mike Hildebrand (73).



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