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Sports Corner, June 10

Horseshoe throwing:

The Tonopah Chuckers had their “High Desert Showdown,” on June 13. Now it’s Pahrump’s turn. On July 11, there will be a sanctioned tournament at Petrack Park called the Saddle West Casino Open at 9:30 a.m. Then on Aug. 8 Pahrump will host the Shade Tree Open at 9:30 a.m.

The Nevada State Championships will be on Aug. 29 in Hawthorne City Park at 8 a.m.

Nugget Bowling: Money earners in the P. V. 500 club’s bowling tournament held on June 6:

1st Elaine Barry 867-$44, 2nd Babs Woosley 847-$36, 3rd Marcy Fischer 845-$30, 4th Sis Fronk 838-$23, 5th Marianne Hybarger 833-$20, 6th Katherine Bishop 811-$16, 7th Jan Costa 805-$13.

May 30 Race results Tonopah Speedway:

Bomber: 1st - #14 Kevin Pope - 102 Points, 2nd - #94 Bill Robertson - 101 Points, 3rd - #49X Ezra Labelle - 97 Points, 4th - #12A Austin Leach - 95 Points, 5th - #15 Bill Delahunte - 75 Points, 6th - #49 Troy Maher - 75 Points, 7th - #XXX Donnie Fields - 69 Points, 8th - #944 Tanner Otteson - 35 Points, 9th - #7 Robert Otteson - 34 Points; Mini: 1st - #6K Lee Ketten - 110 Points, 2nd - #213 Donnie Fields - 107 Points, 3rd - #33 Rory Bradley - 97 Points, 4th - #24 Austin Bradley - 97 Points, 5th - #8 Donna Real - 94 Points, 6th - #41 Alex Katzenbach - 69 Points, 7th - #513 Cody Ward - 35 Points, 8th - #888 Justin Hathaway - 34 Points, 9th - #944 Christopher Brown - 34 Points; Dwarf: 1st - #20 Steven Winters - 65 Points, 2nd - #22X Christopher Winters - 60 Points, 3rd - #16D Joe Frock - 40 Points, 4th - #4X Cecilia Dillie - 39 Points, 5th - #1 Jeff Foster - 38 Points, 6th - #25 Adam Kaeding - 37 Points, 7th - #76 Glenn Sciarani - 36 Points, 8th - #86W Gene Winters - 35 Points, 9th - #35B Ed Heeney - 34 Points, 10th - #17X Kevin Terrell - 32 Points, 11th - #7 Roy Petersen - 31 Points, 12th - #21X Nick Winters - 30 Points.

Golf at Lake View Executive Golf Course: Ken Yarnell had a hole-in-one on June 9 on the 14th hole.

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