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Results of the 3-6-9 Doubles Tournament sponsored by BELLA SALON. Prize winners were: A Division: Peggy Rhoads and Joe Matassa 1636, Debbie Varner and Clint Stamp 1601, Elaine Barry and Pete Ehrlich 1596 and June Williams and Frank Medina 1590. B Division: Gloria and Terry Dofner 1627, Shirley and Don Roth 1626, Susan Wooten and Robert Barbier 1583, and Dee and Jerry Runau 1583. Side Pot: Robert Barbier 870, Terry Dofner 835 and Carl Baker 831. For information concerning PVTBC tournament results go to www.pahrumpbowlers.com.

Two days of racing at the Pahrump Valley Speedway: September 23 and 24 at 7 p.m. For more information go to Pahrumpvalleyspeedway.com.

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