Wednesday afternoon bridge club game results

ROCK SPRINGS — Carol and Steve Miska and Mary Jo Kershisnik and Lois Zebre tied for first place at the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club games on April 24.

Suzanne Grasso and Mary Pat Perkins placed second.

Other bridge teams included Brent Costantino and Sheila Schrib, Ann Strand-Budd and Betty DuPape, Norm and Marty Shantz, Cheryl Confer and Mary Lou Jessen, and Diane Fenton and Shri Uhls.

Games are played starting at noon at the Saints Cyril and Methodist Parish Center. Lois Zebre and Kearns are in charge of the games and welcome new players.

Young At Heart Wii bowling results

ROCK SPRINGS — Steve Pilley and Dessie Ball scored at team high of 459 points in Wii bowling action April 19.

Kay Hornsby and Joanie Jereb placed second with 446 points, and Gary Leslie and Jim Rafferty were third with 429.

Jereb also came in first with a high individual score of 268. Pilley took second with 257, and Leslie and Johanna Karstoft tied for third with 226.

Hornsby made two successful splits, and Leslie had one.

Jereb had the most strikes with 10. Pilley came in with nine strikes, and Leslie and Karstoft each had seven.

Other players included Betty DuPape, Jack Jereb, and John Timlin.

Young At Heart Mexican train results

ROCK SPRINGS — Marcia Buddecke came in first place in Mexican train action April 17, while Dahrl Simkin took second place, and Bob McCaskill clinched third.

Marjene West, Marilyn Bertoncelj, and Mary Lou Henderson also joined the games.

Young At Heart hand and foot game results

ROCK SPRINGS — Gary Jensen came in first on table one in hand and foot games, while Sue Riggs was second. On table two, Beverly Reed took first place, followed by Margene West.

Other players included Betty DuPape, Charlene Grissom, Anita Wall, and Kay Lou Lightner.

Young At Heart pinochle results

ROCK SPRINGS — Winning at pinochle on April 18 was Gary Jensen. Jim Rafferty took second, and Kevin Maloney and Betty DuPape tied for third.

Additional players included Georgeen Harris, Keith Shiflett, and Anita Wall.

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