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2017 - 2018
OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
 
Provincials
 
Central Men's team captures provincial championship
 
Geno Ziebarth, Shelby Chrest, Harvey von Hollen, Mike Tweedy (coach), Justin Langrock
Gary Baird & Karie Kreutz
 
All Stars included Hollie Harris (Mixed team)
 
 
All Stars included Geno Ziebarth, Shelby Chrest and Karie Kreutz
 
 
 
TOURNAMENT RESULTS
Singles Events
MEN'S STEPLADDER WOMEN’S STEPLADDER
Team Events
 
 
 
Read the Human Interest story from the Red Deer Advocate
 
 
Zone Results
 
 
 
   
Ladies Champion
NANCY GERVAIS
14th. TITLE WIN
Mens Champion
GARY BAIRD
4th. CONSECUTIVE WIN
5th. TITLE WIN
 
 
Ladies Team 
 
Men's Team
 
Mixed Team
 
 
 
 
Central Ladies Open Championship
RIVERSIDE BOWL - January 27 & 28, 2018
Player Game
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total Avg PBoPA*
1 Nancy Gervais   192 266 226 204 233 196 171 298 201 220 244 319 242 214 310 224 279 268 301 235       4,843 242.2
2 Donna Hort   175 268 207 316 212 169 261 264 273 195 208 300 172 230 186 281 292 236 311 210       4,766 238.3 77
3 Andrea Leavitt   194 235 281 194 197 233 246 214 294 140 200 201 257 172 213 225 249 238 275 199       4,457 222.9 309
4 Aurora Crockford   230 198 215 184 259 245 279 184 279 164 202 154 239 271 212 196 214 208 302 213       4,448 222.4 9
5 Robyn Smith   165 248 219 192 199 176 209 180 192 233 187 223 209 212 170 152 270 222 216 206       4,080 204.0 368
6 Nicole Philpot   156 175 263 196 260 203 218 196 160 177 193 211 187 165 163 151 210 259 248 179       3,970 198.5 110
7 Peggy Kjos   272 198 171 198 171 193 145 244 218 175 223 174 225 186 150 232 195 175 190 200       3,935 196.8 35
8 Holly Harris   173 189 181 172 193 271 198 239 195 232 212 184 216 190 178 230 153 150 194 183       3,933 196.7 2
9 Rhonda Barber 193 167 158 269 146 166 201 117 148 196 183 182 241 231 227 177 150 154 274 222       3,802 190.1 131
                                       
High Game 272 268 281 316 260 271 279 298 294 233 244 319 257 271 310 281 292 268 311 235   319
Composite Average 194 216 213 214 208 206 214 215 218 192 206 216 221 208 201 208 224 212 257 205 212.4
PBoPA* Pins back of the person ahead
Central Men's Open Championship
RIVERSIDE BOWL - January 27 & 28, 2018
Game
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total Avg PBoPA*
1 Gary Baird   198 194 220 278 206 300 252 220 256 278 318 245 333 207 386 241 366 290 278 193       5,259 263.0
2 Karie Kreutz   336 309 239 318 186 294 244 235 234 265 187 354 215 292 163 363 240 246 223 223       5,166 258.3 93
3 Gene Ziebarth   240 226 265 222 265 263 177 279 212 218 261 258 302 286 259 279 186 291 293 277       5,059 253.0 107
4 Harvey Von Hollen   262 183 283 217 201 194 340 226 157 322 221 312 257 258 269 274 291 170 287 286       5,010 250.5 49
5 Justin Langrock 317 246 179 292 233 321 311 183 285 204 130 218 347 294 221 233 177 292 243 194       4,920 246.0 90
6 Victor Fobert 238 284 239 182 283 255 251 237 271 194 183 177 236 179 327 309 254 266 200 273       4,838 241.9 82
7 Shelby Chrest 221 211 281 306 251 279 221 240 269 269 213 206 217 275 181 294 287 200 214 193       4,828 241.4 10
8 Brandon Cockburn 234 254 176 295 247 234 287 312 193 175 203 166 260 204 328 204 268 214 225 303       4,782 239.1 46
9 Erik Kjos 268 232 249 248 209 191 227 215 244 204 264 193 194 262 251 214 230 324 170 236       4,625 231.3 157
10 David Philpot 204 251 260 279 197 245 212 247 242 232 241 296 196 176 176 248 216 248 234 200       4,600 230.0 25
11 Jason Scaletta 177 184 270 237 284 223 241 224 225 173 189 259 224 290 252 243 214 244 207 163       4,523 226.2 77
12 Rob Clark 211 237 189 204 283 235 189 260 184 259 281 242 230 254 180 214 220 185 179 246       4,482 224.1 41
13 Josh Cockburn   205 284 228 166 221 175 194 189 226 265 195 277 181 206 194 213 226 276 240 214       4,375 218.8 107
14 Mike Tweedy   259 172 204 180 199 131 261 185 322 184 258 156 207 244 205 277 242 192 275 218       4,371 218.6 4
15 Vince Chartier   158 173 211 231 251 207 212 196 218 182 249 240 193 177 231 241 224 224 175 297       4,290 214.5 81
16 Jaymin Wudkevich 144 210 165 226 194 218 164 199 269 203 214 231 190 256 210 175 256 167 171 190       4,052 202.6 238
High Game 336 309 283 318 284 321 340 312 322 322 318 354 347 294 386 363 366 324 293 303   386
Composite Average 230 228 229 243 232 235 236 228 238 227 225 239 236 241 240 251 244 239 226 232 234.9
PBoPA* Pins back of the person ahead
 
 

Red Deer Advocate – February 2nd, 2018

 

Red Deer’s Nancy Gervais bowls at Heritage Lanes Friday afternoon while her niece Donna Hort (Gervais) looks on. (Photo by SEAN MCINTOSH/Advocate staff)


Bowling in Red Deer family’s blood

·         SEAN MCINTOSH

  • Feb. 2, 2018 2:15 p.m.

Two Red Deer women went from family to rivals in the bowling alley last weekend.

Nancy Gervais, 56, and her niece Donna Hort (Gervais), 28, finished first and second, respectively, at The Central Alberta 5 Pin Bowlers Association Open Championship.

Gervais has won 14 Red Deer Advocate trophies at the competition since 1986 and has gone to nationals four times. Hort has yet to take home a trophy.

After Gervais got off to a slow start, bowling a 221 average in the first half, it seemed like this was Hort’s year. Hort was leading the pack 10 games into the 20-game competition, while her aunt sat in fourth.

Gervais took the lead by the 15th game, but it stayed close until the very last pin was struck.

“I would glance down the lanes and see she would have three strikes or whatever and I’d know I have to get my butt into gear,” said Gervais.

While both said they try not to scoreboard watch, they couldn’t help but see how the other was bowling.

“There was a hate and love relationship going on,” Hort said with a laugh.

Hort was only trailing by 52 heading into the final game, but she couldn’t catch up.

“She came over to me and said, ‘Just finish it off auntie, you got me,’” said Gervais.

Hort said it was possible she could have caught up in the final game but didn’t catch the breaks she needed.

“There was a look in her eyes where you could see she wanted it,” Hort said. I’m honestly proud of her. I had an opportunity to take it, but things happen for a reason.”

Gervais said she won the trophy in honour of her sister, Hort’s mother, who passed away four years ago.

“I looked up and said, ‘This one’s for you sis.’ I could see her from above saying, ‘Go for it. I know it’s my daughter you’re playing, but go for it,’” Gervais said.

Hort said she’s privileged to bowl next to Gervais.

“Getting to bowl with my aunt created a great memory. There aren’t many opportunities that come like that so it’s something to hold onto for sure,” Hort said.

Gervais’ parents and brother were bowlers and Hort’s children – Heather and Caiden – are bowlers too. The sport is in their family’s blood, Hort said.

“I just keep coming back to bowling because it’s in me. I don’t think I can give it up because it’s such a passion,” said Hort.

“It’s a ton of fun, but all the bowling is an endurance test. Thirty-five years of bowling is a lot of bowling throughout my career,” Gervais added.

The two will head to provincials in Medicine Hat Easter week.

 

 

 

 Red Deer’s Donna Hort (Gervais) bowls at Heritage Lanes Friday afternoon while her aunt Nancy Gervais looks on. (Photo by SEAN MCINTOSH/Advocate staff)

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 


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