Bellaire Bowling

Bowling

BELLAIRE LANES & GAMES

MEN’ S SERIES

Bill Haps 657 (238-216-203)

Jim Allen 634 (218-213-203)

Jason Warren 632 (225-224)

Brian Scarborough 625 (235-211)

Jason Warren 622 (214-205-203)

Harold Hoogerhyde 617 (247-200)

Billy Patton 615 (235-207)

Josh Harrington 607 (233-226)

Steve Dennis 602 (226)

Tod Cook 599 (210)

MEN’S GAME

Bill Haps 248

Shaw Strieter 237

Al Odom 228

Jim Walsh 225

Andy Watrous 223

Ray Cleis 216

Jim Allen 215

Jim Allen 215

Ryan Aenis 213

Andrew Dennis 211

Steve White 211

Brian Scarborough 211

Rod Leathers 209

Rich Carpenter 206

Kevin West 204

Rob Bailey 204

Chad Lambert 203

Jim Allen 203

Jim Smith 200

E.J. Castle 200

WOMEN’S SERIES

Sherrie Williams 557 (205-193)

Sherrie Williams 543 (197)

Sherrie Williams 540 (209-199)

Tammi Friday 539 (214)

Andi Bartsch 530 (180)

Carrie Sayre 521 (192)

Betsy Corey 515 (194)

Sarah Leathers 505 (191)

Tammi Friday 503

WOMEN’S GAME

Deb Woodbeck 204

Chelsye Bartsch 203

Sarah Leathers 200

Eleanore Franczak 199

Cathy Odom 195

Cindi Owens 193

Tiffany Massey 190

Donna Brewer 190

Tiffany Massey 190

Debbie Patton 188

Sharlyn Chapman 187

Tammi Friday 182

BOYS GAME

Lucas Keller 140

Jack Harrington 130

Vance Elsey 105

GIRLS GAME

Savannah Keller 142

Hannah Elsey 136

Prep scores

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL

Athens 73, Jackson Christian 68

Atlanta 45, Wolverine 30

Bangor 57, Edward Little, Maine 47

Battle Creek St. Philip 53, Litchfield 48

Bayfield, Wis. 65, Ironwood City Gogebic Michigan 54

Bellevue 68, Colon 27

Birmingham Groves 58, Rochester 36

Camden-Frontier 85, Waldron 39

Chassell 72, Lake Linden-Hubbell 68

Climax-Scotts 57, Burr Oak 41

Elkton-Pigeon Bay Port Laker 52, Ubly 48

Flushing 60, Corunna 38

Grayling 57, Cheboygan 47

Harbor Springs 58, DeTour 37

Hart 54, White Cloud 48, OT

Hillsdale Academy 71, Tekonsha 47

Jackson Area Home Educators 71, Coldwater Pansophia Academy 30

Jonesville 43, Tecumseh 32

Kingsford 72, Crystal Falls Forest Park 65

L’Anse 48, Ontonagon 38

Laingsburg 75, Bath 63

Lawton 65, St. Joseph Michigan Lutheran 31

Madison Heights Lamphere 57, Center Line 49

Maplewood Baptist 46, Mackinaw City 38

Montague 54, Muskegon Heights 47

Negaunee 58, Calumet 34

North Central 67, Iron Mountain North Dickinson 53

Onsted 71, Dundee 66

Pittsford 68, North Adams-Jerome 17

Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 58, Merrill 18

Traverse City Home School 40, Grand Traverse Academy 34

Utica Ford 27, Warren Cousino HS 3

Wakefield-Marenisco Gogebic 68, Ewen-Trout Creek 51

West Iron County 58, Norway 47

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Ashley vs. Webberville, ccd.

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL

Adrian Lenawee Christian 56, Manchester 21

Atlanta 45, Wolverine 30

Breckenridge 47, Sanford-Meridian 41

Brooklyn Columbia Central 56, Adrian Madison 27

Cadillac 39, Bay City Western 26

Carleton Airport 68, Milan 51

Coleman 43, Tawas 41

Deckerville 56, Dryden 41

Detroit Collegiate Prep 44, Detroit Western Intl 17

Detroit Davis 27, Detriot International 22

Detroit East English 45, Detroit Osborn 37

Detroit Ford 38, Detroit West Side Academy 28

Detroit King 54, Detroit Denby 46

Engadine 47, Manistique 28

Fairview 42, Charlton Heston 20

Flat Rock 52, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 27

Flint Carman-Ainsworth 54, Lapeer 35

Gaylord St. Mary 44, Harbor Springs 13

Grayling 37, Mancelona 32

Harbor Light Christian 59, Ellsworth 32

Hesperia 63, Pentwater 41

Hillman 47, Rogers City 43

Houghton Lake 50, Lincoln-Alcona 36

Kalamazoo Phoenix 90, Detroit Mumford 52

Kingston 44, Genesee 24

Lakewood 25, Vermontville Maple Valley 23

Leland 59, Traverse City Home School 27

Leroy Pine River 59, Lakeview 17

Manton 52, Kalkaska 38

Maple City Glen Lake 65, Charlevoix 41

Marion 32, Mesick 29

McBain Northern Michigan Christian 53, Buckley 33

Montague 68, Muskegon Heights 25

Morley-Stanwood 54, Lake City 49

MP Sacred Heart 61, Blanchard Montabella 40

Niles 60, Berrien Springs 13

Niles Brandywine 58, Benton Harbor 26

Ottawa Lake Whiteford 46, Oregon Stritch, Ohio 41

Peck 52, Bay City All Saints 14

Riverview 74, Grosse Ile 39

Romeo 56, Sterling Heights 24

Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 42, Merrill 32

Sand Creek 49, Concord 31

St. Clair 53, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore 44

Stlg Hts. Parkway Christian 41, Lutheran Westland 16

Warren Lincoln 41, Hazel Park 34

Watersmeet Gogebic 50, Dollar Bay 41

White Pigeon 40, Cassopolis 38

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Vanderbilt vs. Burt Lake Northern Michigan Christian Academy, ccd.

History

Jan. 14

1943 — Montreal’s Alex Smart scores three goals in his first NHL game and leads the Canadiens to a 5-1 victory over the Chicago Black Hawks.

1962 — Margaret Smith wins her third straight Australian Open with a 6-0, 6-2 victory over Jan Lehane.

1968 — The Green Bay Packers win their second straight Super Bowl. Bart Starr, the game’s MVP, completes 13 of 24 passes for 202 yards.

1973 — The Miami Dolphins, who went 14-0 in the regular season and won two playoff games, beat the Washington Redskins 14-7 in the Super Bowl to become the only undefeated team in NFL history.

1990 — Joe Montana sets an NFL record by throwing his 30th and 31st postseason touchdown passes, sending the San Francisco 49ers past the Los Angeles Rams 30-3 in the NFC championship game. Terry Bradshaw had thrown 30.

1990 — John Elway passes for 385 yards and three touchdowns, and the Denver Broncos advance to their fourth Super Bowl with a 37-21 victory over the Cleveland Browns in the AFC championship game.

2000 — Jock Callander of the Cleveland Lumberjacks sets an IHL scoring record during the team’s 5-4 victory over Houston. Callander’s goal gives him 1,383 career points to break the 30-year-old record held by Len Thornson.

2001 — Led by Kerry Collins’ five touchdown passes, the New York Giants reach their first Super Bowl in a decade with a 41-0 romp past the Minnesota Vikings — the biggest rout in NFC championship history.

2003 — Pat Summitt becomes the first women’s college basketball coach to win 800 Division I games when her Tennessee Lady Vols beat DePaul 76-57.

2006 — Johnny Weir win’s his third straight title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and Sasha Cohen takes the women’s division.

2007 — Julia Mancuso and Lindsey Kildow capture the top two places in a World Cup super-combi and Resi Stiegler just misses making it an American sweep. The 1-2-4 finish in Austria is a first for American women in World Cup alpine skiing.

2012 — Tom Brady throws a record-tying six touchdown passes, five in the first half and three to Rob Gronkowski, to lead the New England Patriots to a 45-10 win over Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos in the divisional playoffs.

2012 — Alex Smith completes a 14-yard touchdown pass to Vernon Davis with 9 seconds left just after Drew Brees put the Saints ahead, and the resurgent San Francisco 49ers capitalize on five New Orleans turnovers for a 36-32 playoff victory.

2017 — Top-ranked UConn breaks its own NCAA record with its 91st consecutive victory, scoring the first 21 points and romping past SMU 88-48. Coach Geno Auriemma and the Huskies (16-0) surpass the record of 90 his team first accomplished more than six years ago.

2018 — Minnesota beats New Orleans 29-24 on the game’s final play to advance to the NFC championship. With no timeouts left, Case Keenum drops back with 10 seconds to go from his 39 and throws a 25-yard pass down the right sideline. Stefon Diggs jumps to make the catch, while Marcus Williams rolls awkwardly underneath Diggs during an ill-fated attempt at a tackle. With four seconds left on the clock, Diggs holds his ground, keeps his feet in bounds and races untouched into the end zone.

2019 — James Harden scores a season-high 57 points to carry the short-handed Houston Rockets to a 112-94 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Harden extends his streak of 30-point games to 17 by halftime, pouring in 36 points over the first two quarters to put Houston on top.

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