Sunday, November 18, 2007

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team tennis results


Associated Press

Results from the University Interscholastic League state team tennis tournament Friday at the World of Tennis:



Boys Singles

Jonathon Alexander (Klein) def. Alex Durham (Austin Westlake) 6-3, 6-3; Russell Bader (Austin Westlake) def. Neil Shah (Klein) 6-0, 6-1; Robin Chou (Austin Westlake) def. Alex Rush (Klein)6-1, 6-2; Jeffrey Springer (Austin Westlake) def. Ian Remson(Klein) 6-1, 6-1; Dylan Peele (Austin Westlake) def. Shrinath Kadamangudi(Klein) 6-2, 6-0; Cameron Relic (Austin Westlake) def. Charles Lin (Klein) 6-1, 6-0.

Girls Singles

Stefanie Peana (Austin Westlake) def. Kim Anciete (Klein) 4-6, 6-2, 6-0; Lauren Santacroce (Klein) def. Sophie Lanatta (Austin Westlake) 4-6, 7-5 (4), 6-2; Ariel Morton (Klein) def. Lenora Slatnick (Austin Westlake) 1-6, 6-1, 6-2; Micah Hermsdorf (Klein) def. Blair Jones (Austin Westlake) 6-1, 6-0; Sydni Hermsdorf (Klein) def. Sydney Bell (Austin Westlake) 6-2, 6-4; Lauren Nielsen (Klein) def. Meghan O'Rourke (Austin Westlake) 7-5, 6-4.

Boys Doubles

Russell Bader and Alex Durham (Austin Westlake) def. Alex Rush and Ian Remson (Klein) 6-2, 6-0; Dylan Peele and Jeffrey Springer (Austin Westlake) def. Neil Shah and Shrinath Kadamangudi (Klein) 6-0. 6-2; Robin Chou and Shane Berber (Austin Westlake) def. Charles Lin and Luke Nguyen (Klein) 6-0, 6-0.

Girls Doubles

Ariel Morton and Lauren Santacroce (Klein) def. Stefanie Peana and Sophie Lanatta (Austin Westlake) 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-2; Micah Hermsdorf and Kelsie Lawson (Klein) def. Sydney Bell and Leonora Slatnick (Austin Westlake) 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; Blair Jones and Meghan O'Rourke (Austin Westlake) def. Sydni Hermsdorf and Lauren Neilsen (Klein) 7-5, 6-4.

Mixed Doubles

Jonathon Alexander and Kim Anicete (Klein) def. Cameron Relic and Nicole Gerentine (Austin Westlake) 6-2, 6-2.


Boys Singles

Tim Kuo (Katy Taylor) def. Mario Urquidi (El Paso Coronado) 6-3, 6-3; Rob Lambeth (El Paso Coronado) def. Neil Schneider (Katy Taylor) 7-6 (9-7), 7-6 (3); Erick De La Fuente (El Paso Coronado) def. Max Pickens (Katy Taylor) 6-1, 2-6, 6-4; John Kim (Katy Taylor) def. Alan Couttolenc (El Paso Coronado) 6-4, 6-3; Taylor Stockton (El Paso Coronado) def. Victor Pivetta (Katy Taylor) 6-1, 7-6 (4); Gabe Alvarez (El Paso Coronado) def. Jonathon Do (Katy Taylor) 6-2, 7-5.

Girls Singles

Audrey Tompkins (Katy Taylor) def. Christianne Alvarez (El Paso Coronado) 6-3, 6-1; Mia Matuszak (Katy Taylor) def. Margaux Dalbin (El Paso Coronado) 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; Annette Rabinovich (Katy Taylor) def. Mariana Diaz De Leon (El Paso Coronado)6-0, 7-6 (4); Crystal Leung (Katy Taylor) def. Carrie Snow (El Paso Coronado) 7-5, 6-4; Luisa Diaz De Leon (El Paso Coronado) and Holly Gunderson(Katy Taylor) DNF; Carla Murguia (El Paso Coronado) def. Nicole Murray(Katy Taylor) 6-3, 6-0.

Boys Doubles

Rob Lambeth and Erick De la Fuente (El Paso Coronado) def. Neil Schneider and Max Pickens (Katy Taylor) 6-3, 7-6 (5); Mario Urquidi and Taylor Stockton (El Paso Coronado) def. Tim Kuo and John Kim (Katy Taylor) 7-6 (5), 6-7 (3), 6-2; Christian Brown and Gabe Alvarez(El Paso Coronado) def. Victor Pivetta and Jonathon Do (Katy Taylor) 6-2, 7-5.

Girls Doubles

Audrey Tompkins and Mia Matuszak (Katy Taylor) def. Margaux Dalbin and Liz Llamas (El Paso Coronado) 6-2, 6-1; Annette Rabinovich and Crystal Leung (Katy Taylor) def. Carrie Snow and Luisa Diaz De Leon (El Paso Coronado) 3-6, 7-6 (4), 6-4); Mariana Diaz De Leon and Carla Murguia (El Paso Coronado) def. Kelly Dick and Nicole Murray (Katy Taylor) 6-3, 6-2.

Mixed Doubles

Alan Couttolenc and Christianne Alvarez (El Paso Coronado) def. Jarred Inman and Holly Gunderson(Katy Taylor) 6-1, 6-3.




Boy's Singles: Max Stevens (Highland Park) and Daniel Brown (Montgomery) DNP; Max Schellenberg (Highland Park) def. Taylor Huckaby (Montgomery) 6-3, 6-0; Harry Levin (Highland Park) and Ty Clayton (Montgomery) DNP; Ryan Frater (Highland Park) led Casey King (Montgomery) 6-3, 6-4, DNF; Ryan Collins (Highland Park) and Matt Miklos (Montgomery) DNP; Zach Chu (Highland Park) and Patrick Morales (Montgomery) DNP.

Girl's Singles: Charlotte Calhoun (Highland Park) def. Carley Riney (Montgomery) 6-0, 6-0; Natalie Leitch (Highland Park) led Paige Hawkins (Montgomery) 6-0, 4-3, DNF; Abby Stainback (Highland Park) def. Kaitlin Whitehead (Montgomery) 6-0, 6-1; Kellye McDade (Highland Park) def. Brittany Goldman (Montgomery) 6-1, 6-1; Taylor Schreimann (Highland Park) and Cori Bloh (Montgomery) DNP; Laurie Davis (Highland Park) and Rachel Polk (Montgomery) DNP.

Boy's Doubles: Ryan Frater and Harry Levin (Highland Park) def. Daniel Brown and Taylor Huckaby (Montgomery) 6-2, 6-3; Ryan Collins and Max Stevens (Highland Park) def. Casey King and Clay Hadash (Montgomery) 6-4, 6-3; Franklin Davis and Ronnie Oberman (Highland Park) def. Ty Clayton and Patrick Morales (Montgomery) 6-1, 6-1.

Girl's Doubles: Charlotte Calhoun and Natalie Leitch (Highland Park) def. Paige Hawkins and Carly Riney (Montgomery) 6-2, 6-2; Taylor Schreimann and Abby Stainback (Highland Park) def. Rachel Polk and Kaitlin Whitehead (Montgomery) 6-0, 6-3; Kally Alkire and Kellye McDade (Highland Park) def. Brittany Goldman and Cori Bloh (Montgomery) 6-0, 6-1.

Mixed Doubles: Zach Chu and Laurie Davis (Highland Park) def. Hunter McGown and Savannah Blickler (Montgomery) 6-4, 6-1.


Boy's Singles: Chase Curry (Montgomery) def. Jake Hendrie (New Braunfels) 6-1, 6-2; Tyler Brown (New Braunfels) def. Mason Patrick (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-2, 6-1; Matt Dooley (New Braunfels) def. Walker Prothro (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-1, 6-0; Beau Fieldsend (New Braunfels) led Keith Terell (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-4, 0-1, DNF; Brandon Davis (New Braunfels) led Charlie Allred (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-4, 2-1, DNF; Tanner Brown (New Braunfels) led Jeremy Owen (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-1, 3-1, DNF.

Girl's Singles: Lilly Kimbrell (New Braunfels) def. Lindsey Holcomb (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-0, 6-0; Ashley Turpin (New Braunfels) def. Abbie Lewis (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-1, 6-1; Sam Adams (New Braunfels) led Hannah Macha (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-2, 5-2, DNF; Miranda Dacosta (Wichita Falls Rider) led Alex Adams (New Braunfels) 6-4, 4-0, DNF; Chanel Glasper (New Braunfels) led Logan Long (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-2, 3-1, DNF; Suzanne Strickler (New Braunfels) led Leigh Martin (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-4, 4-2, DNF.

Boy's Doubles: Jake Hendrie and Tyler Brown (New Braunfels) def. Mason Patrick and Walker Prothro (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-2, 6-0; Matt Dooley and Tanner Brown (New Braunfels) def. Ryan Klein and Jeremy Owen (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-0, 6-1; David Paull and Brandon Dennin (New Braunfels) def. Charlie Allred and Keith Terrell (Wichita Falls Rider) 5-7, 6-2, 6-4.

Girl's Doubles: Abbie Lewis and Miranda Dacosta (Wichita Falls Rider) def. Lilly Kimbrell and Sam Adams (New Braunfels) 7-5, 0-6, 6-4; Alex Adams and Chanel Glasper (New Braunfels) def. Lindsey Holcomb and Leigh Martin (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-3, 7-5; Lisa Dennis and Suzanne Strickler (New Braunfels) def. Sara Michaels and Hannah Macha (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-2, 6-0.

Mixed Doubles: Beau Fieldsend and Ashley Turpin (New Braunfels) def. Chase Curry and Hannah Vandevyvere (Wichita Falls Rider) 6-1, 6-3.


WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University women's basketball coach Michelle Guyant-Holloway announced Thursday the addition of Emily Crider and Wendy Taylor as assistant coaches.

Crider and Taylor join second-year assistant Bob Burner to round out Guyant-Holloway's staff.

Crider, a 2005 Randolph-Macon College graduate, was a two-time All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) pick during her time at the Ashland school. A 1,000-point scorer for the Yellow Jackets, Crider helped R-MC to a national title game appearance in 2005 and set an ODAC record for free throws in a game with 22 against Wisconsin-Platteville in 2003.

Taylor is a former women's field hockey and lacrosse player at Shenandoah who was a star basketball player at Lower Cape May Regional High School in Cape May, N.J. As she finishes up her Kinesiology degree requirements, she will assist Guyant-Holloway with all aspects of on-the-court coaching.

Last season, Shenandoah finished 17-9 and won two in-season tournaments in addition to advancing to the USA South Conference Tournament semifinals.


SU's Dooley, Fry earn ESPN academic honors

DELAWARE, Ohio — Senior football players Chris Dooley and Wes Fry have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III team in selections announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Dooley and Fry were both named to the first team with Dooley at punter and Fry at linebacker.

Each will now move on to the national ballot for possible consideration as an Academic All-America.

Student-athletes are eligible for Academic All-District honors if they hold at least a 3.20 GPA on a 4.0 scale and are a starter or important reserve on their team. Nominees are voted on by CoSIDA members within eight regions throughout the nation with the national ballot voted on by a special committee of CoSIDA members.

This is the third straight season that Fry has earned ESPN honors and the first for Dooley. Fry is a Kinesiology/Political Science double major with a 3.86 GPA while Dooley has a 3.54 GPA as a Biology major.

Dooley, who was a Football Gazette All-America selection last season and is a Gilburg Award watch list for the nation's top Division III punter this season, averages 37.8 per punt and has had a school-record 15 punts downed inside the 20-yard line.

Fry is currently third on the team is tackles with 66 and leads the team with three fumbles recovered. He has three games this year with at least 10 stops and is fifth all-time in total tackles.

Women's Volleyball

Hornets' Chandler earns ESPN academic award

DELAWARE, Ohio — Senior women's volleyball player Michelle Chandler has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III team in selections announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Chandler, a four-year starter for the Hornets who recently wrapped up her volleyball career with over 1000 kills, assists and digs, was named to the All-District third team.

Currently in her first year of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Shenandoah, Chandler had a 3.25 GPA in three years of undergraduate work as a Biology major.

administrative assistant at Acxiom, capped her 19 th 700 series with her first 300 game in TCBA play at Enterprise Lanes. With 201 and 215 her first two games, it gave her a 716 series.

"I used a Storm Pryo ball the first two games and wasn't carrying the corner pins. That's why I switched to a Storm Shift. It finished better on the back end," Uekman said. "All the balls were in the pocket except the ninth frame. I tugged that one and luckily it carried a Brooklyn. I had two splits the first game and missed a single pin the second game. I'm taking the ring."

Uekman started bowling at 18 at Professor Bowl South and averages 190 and 200. She has one 299 game, one 11-strikes-in-a-row award, and a 782 high.

She was a member of the 2004 women's state championship team, her third state team title, and won one state all events title. She is a member of the all-women's team that won the 2005 men's state tournament team title with a record 3, 470 scratch total that also stands as the state women's high scratch series.


Fort Smith's Valerie Threadgill rolled her first 300 game between games of 181 and 234 for a 715 series and her 28 th 700 series in the Friendly Keglers League at Bowling World in Fort Smith.

"This was a game where there was no tripped 4-pins, no Brooklyn or light hits. It was very exciting as I bettered a 289 game," Threadgill said. "I had three opens the first game, a 10-, a 4-pin and a chop. Then the ninth frame of the last game after six strikes in a row, I opened. What was nice was that the manager, Frank Jamison, had already gone home. But the center must have called him because he came back to congratulate me, which I thought was nice." Threadgill, 52, an accountant for Tyson Foods, took the ring. She started bowling at 10 in Cleveland, used a Columbia Action ball and averages 184 and 191.

GIBSON SETS RECORD It appeared Little Rock's Dirk Gibson was still on his game after finishing second in the recent PBA Southwest Region Central Arkansas Open at Millennium Bowl.

Rolling in the Arkansas Scratch Bowling Tour at Bowling World in Fort Smith, Gibson blasted off like a rocket during the 5-game qualifying block.

He finished with games of 248, 300, 248, 279 and 265 for a qualifying block 1, 340 that gave him the ASBT 5-game record plus the state 5-game record.

What is amazing about the record is that Gibson had no opens, all strikes or 9-counts until the first ball the 10 th frame of the fifth game. He finished with nine spares and hit 47 of a possible 57 strikes.

"The 300 game was solid. I threw the ball pretty good all day. If I remember correctly I left one 7 pin and the others were 10-pins," said Gibson, employed by GWL Advertising Inc. "It was a good day all in all. When match play started the lanes had changed just enough to affect my carry and I started leaving the 10 pin like crazy. Quinn bowled great and so did Mortensen. I used an Ebonite Angular One ball all day and currently average 230-235 at Millennium Bowl and 230-240 at Enterprise Lanes."

Gibson, 33, is no stranger to records, holding the state ninegame record with 2, 420 that now ranks second in the nation. He also holds the national doubles record of 1, 663 with Michael Shirley of North Little Rock, and they are tied for the high single doubles game record with 600.

The 300 game was the 50 th for Gibson who started bowling at 4 at Park Plaza Lanes in Little Rock. He has 18 800 series with 857 high, six 299 games, one 298, and eight 11-strikes-in-a-row awards including a 296.

In match play, Gibson dropped his first match to Sean Quinn of Topgun, Miss., 259-217, sending him to the loserS bracket where he lost to Andy Mortensen of Bixby Okla., 232-206.

Quinn started his march to the title by defeating Tim Dooley of Fort Smith, 236-216; and Mike Mowrey of North Little Rock, 244-178. Ron Booy of Mountain Home beat Mowrey in the finals of the loseSr bracket 248-226. In the winners bracket, Quinn defeated Booy, 254-187 and 257-243.

Quinn, the first ASBT back-toback winner, banked $ 850; Booy $ 450; Mowrey $ 300; Steve Stanton of Fort Smith, $ 200; Michael Shirley of North Little Rock, and Mortensen $ 150 each; Jeff Atkins of Hot Springs Village, who shot a 299 game, and Dooley, $ 100 each. Gibson earned $ 85 as high qualifier and Woody Jackson $ 50 as high non cash senior.

Atkins started bowling at 7 at Lafayette Lanes in Layafette, La. He has seven 800 series with 843 high, 41 300 games, two 298 s, and 16 11-strikes-in-a- row awards, a 279, 12 290 s two 296 s and one 297.

He is averaging 224 at Central Lanes in Hot Springs and 234 at Enterprise Lanes. ANOTHER 299 FOR BRIMINGHAM

Little Rock's Dean Brimingham racked up his 10 th 299 game to start play in the Millennium First League at Millennium Bowl. He followed with games of 161 and 205 for a 665 series.

"I left an 8-pin the last ball and all the rest were in the pocket," said Brimingham. "Now I'll get to see what the new USBC plaque looks like. I used a Hammer Black Widow Pearl ball and I'm averaging 218, 226 and 230."

Brimingham, 65, who is retired from Orbit Valve, started bowling at 31 in Wheeling, Ill. He has two 800 series with 827 high, 20 300 games, three 298 s, and five 11-strikes-in-a-row awards. Weekly highs TOURNAMENTS YOUTH / ADULT BAKERS starting Nov. 24 through Jan. 6 at the Jonesboro Bowling Center. Sguad times are 2 and 4: 30 p. m. on Saturdays, and 1: 30 p. m. on Sunday. There is a $ 12 youth entry fee and $ 14 adult entry fee. For more information call (870 ) 972-5270 or e-mail jonesborobowl. com.
On Monday following Georgia's loss at Tennessee, Thomas Brown had an important assignment in front of him. Class.

Who could've blamed Georgia's senior running back if he had slept in? Who wanted to face his classmates? Who wanted to walk the campus after Georgia's embarrassing defeat in Knoxville?

While Brown hated the negative results of the Tennessee game, he nonetheless had a mission.

After all, he is a student-athlete. He enrolled in college to earn a degree and play football in the process. He gives priority to each interest. Showing up for class is a constant with Brown, regardless of Saturday results.

If you assess the circumstances of football and academics today - with any big-time college team - you usually find that there's a lot of parental talk about a degree when a player is recruited. All too often it's more lip service than commitment. The kids who earn degrees while aspiring to play professionally are normally those where there is ongoing parental encourgement and demand.

For all too many college is a stopover on the way to NFL riches. For Brown, his educated parents (both Thomas Louis Brown Sr. and Louise Brown have their doctorates) instilled in him from grade school that his love of football was important, but going to class and making good grades was just as important.

Brown is one of 14 seniors projected to complete degree requirements at the end of the fall semester. Two more are slated to graduate in May. Since Mark Richt took over Georgia's program in 2001, 97 players have graduated. By next May, that total should reach 115.

The most interesting thing about Brown is that he's scheduled to graduate in three and a half years. By taking classes each summer so that he could train in the afternoons, his progress toward a degree accelerated.

All along there were his parents encouraging him. Thomas Brown Sr., was a distance runner at a junior college in Senotobia, Miss., and graduated from Ole Miss in 1973. He and his wife Louise always have appreciated the importance of education. The ambition and drive that they underscored in their lives have impacted their son.

"While I come from an educated family," Thomas Brown said, "I, for a long time, put football above my grades. My parents reminded me that if I got a bad report, I would be disciplined. They would take away what I loved most - football. I knew that I had to stay out of trouble and keep up with my grades. I am most grateful for my parents' support."

Discipline and time management enabled him to excel in the classroom.

Discipline and determination - fused with deep and abiding passion - have enabled him to excel in football. A defining moment came when he was in the seventh grade when he scored four touchdowns in a game and led his team to an undefeated season. "That is when I began to realize I might have a future as a college player," he said.

Brown grew up a Florida State fan, but when he came to Athens on an unofficial visit his senior year, he was immediately attracted to the family atmosphere. "Something connected on that visit, and it didn't take long for me to become a Bulldog," he said.

Brown is similar to Bob Taylor, the hardest running back for his size I have seen. Taylor played on Vince Dooley's first two teams and like Thomas Brown, would have gained more yardage and honor had it not been for an injury. Taylor broke his leg against Florida State in 1965.

"One of Thomas' assets," said Dooley, "is that he runs low. He is tough and competitive like Taylor, although I don't think there has ever been a back who could run as low as Bob Taylor. Pound for pound, Thomas, like Taylor, is the best you could want in a running back."

Now that he's a senior with a degree on the way, Thomas' NFL ambitions have accelerated. "Obviously, I want to play," he said. "Up to now, I have tried not to let it become a distraction, but being a senior, I think about it more than in the past. You always want to play as long as you can."

Realizing that there are no guarantees in football, he understands it will end someday. That's when he will utilize his degree in speech communications to move on to the next stage in his life.

"I'll be proud to have a degree from the University of Georgia just as I am proud to be a Bulldog letterman with a championship ring," he said. "To me, the two go together, and I am grateful for my experience. There is nothing like being a Bulldog."

Published in the Athens Banner-Herald on 111007

WEEKLY HIGHS CENTRAL Tony Ross rolled 276, 248, 257—781, 257—707 and 259—719; Dennis Powell 250, 258—738; Scott Hass 267, 258—716, 268—712 and 256, 244—708; Jerry Hagle 279—715, 259, 266—724 and 256—722; Jack Van Arsdall 268—714; Max Marker 267—704; Mike Palmer 254, 266, 245—765: Kendall Shepherd 258, 267, 234—759; Andy Black 268, 268—754, 267, 246, 279—792 and 279, 278—788; Norm Johnson 257—744: Bert Botter 254, 253—724: Tony Jenkins 266, 252—749; Jeff Atkins 265, 258—739; Chase Harrington 264—710; Ray Donaldson 244—708; Mike Burroughs 279; Harold Beason 277; and Blane Irwin 278 in the Hot Springs Classic; J. R. White 266, 258—752; Gordon Wylie 258—732; Hagle 289—716 and 278; Chris Hammaker 257, 242—733 and 257, 257—732 and Matt Padgen 266, 248—711 in the Thursday Mixed; Terry Ames 709 in the Monday Mixed; Charlie Maris 278—708 and Robert LaValle 278 in the Friday Mixed; Delois Davis 613 and Art McMahon 244, 256—721 in the Bennett Trio; John Digby 256—716; James Talley 245, 264, 247—756; Wylie 289—738 and 249—720; Matt Blackstone 245, 255—737; Don Chancellor 274—725; Bobby Thomas 278—711; Bill Waterfield 278, 287—799; Larry Searles 268, 252—749 and Matt Tracy 276 in the Midweek Men's; Marla Stewart 230—615 in the Classy Lassie: David Aldridge 258, 253—733; Steve Botter 278, 266—751 and 268—717; Brent Wetzler 278—747 and 256—705; Marker 279—727 and Matt Tracey 256—709 in the Sundowners; Mike Burroughs 279, 278 and 277; Dylan Smith 279; Ross 279; Matt Blackstock 279; Van Arsdall 278; Dave Newcomer 277 and Virginia Shockey 244; youths Mario Scheri 246, 233—652 and 244, 223—660; Aaron Cupp 231—615 and 227, 221—660; Chris Holzer 606, 604 and 245—641; Will Ketcheside 601 and 605; Cody Orrell 258, 220—691 and 242—652; Taylor Dillard 234, 247—661; Ricky Holzer 233—656 and 246, 225, 222—693; and Michael Jones 235—630 in the Weekend Warriors. MILLENNIUM Dee Dee Jeffery shot 246; Jacqueline Joos 245; Stinky Rowe 278—748; Dale Erickson 259—707; Phil Richardson 276—723; Bradley Martin 275—727; Rudy Avila 264—705; Glen Raible 728 and Richard Uekman 244—706 in the Millennium Mixed; John Mazzio 279—702; Dean Brimingham 257, 279—702 and 258—707; Isiah Edmondson 258, 246—720; Robert Jenkins 267, 278—736; J. W. Wright 241, 279—746 and Vince Carter 278 in the Roosevelt Mixed; Laura Bernock 220—632; Manda Moore 236—643; Antoine Jones 279—707 and 288, 265—779; Ralph Pridmore 267, 256—758; Victor Thomas 278—731 and Harold Smith 254—720 in the Friday Mixed; Karla Shoemaker 243; Cory Smith 258, 259, 279—796; Anthony Webb 278—726; Antonie Jones 265—725; Maurice Jones 279—727 and Johnny Moore 720 in the A-1 Kool; Laura Bernock 623; Billie Starks 620 and Phil Morgan 718 in the UAMS Mixed; Carl Williams Jr. 749 in the Falcon Jet; Len McGee 223—600 in the ERA / Armstrong; Brent Wetzler 729 and Erickson 717 in Millennium's First; Tito Porter Jr. 278—765 in the All State / American Solutions. CONWAY Tracy Tratz hit 226—629 and Pat Apicella 226—640 in the Avengers; Tratz 619; Lydia Teague 227, 226—643; Pat Allen 265, 268—761; Bob Pratt 278—720 and Terry Teague 268—723 and 267, 265—761; Dave Parks 246—700; Dan Stewart 258, 286—733 and Kyle Salmon 269—710 in the Wednesday Mixed; Lydia Teague 605 and Michael Teague 259—728 in the Thursday Mixed; Randy Strickland 289, 257—781 and 279—729; Charlie Joyner 288—702 and 258, 278—731; Phil Richardson 247—706; Shane Lester 279, 255—718; Mike Isaacs 247, 258—715 and 268—717; 265—717; Leo Cummings 279; Jason Fitzgerald 247, 258—715; Stephen McLaren 280—728; Randy Duggan 277—706; Howard Chenault 279—751; Nick Apicella 268—702 and Daniel Freeman 279 in the Commercial. TIMBER LODGE Karen Caldwell posted 233—626; Diane Pennington 237—641; Stephen Adams 249—733 and 267—735; and Jamie Harper 253—706 in the Monday Mixed; Vera Alexander 224—627; Ruth Adams 246—603; Stephen Adams 267—741; Jamie Harper 287—718 and Chris Perry 259—733 in the Tuesday Mixed; Matt Hudgens 288—727; Marcus Hayes 266-706; Perry 248—702; Derrick Nichols 262—708; Scott Spenser 268—710; Rob Outlaw 258—708; Phil Thompson 248—717 and Jeff Murphy 254- ‡ 26 in the Bowl Weevils; Reggie Riley 278—733 and Josh Culpepper 265—726 in the Alley Choppers.
Taylor Dooley
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Taylor Dooley
Birth name Taylor Marie Dooley
Born February 26, 1993 (1993-02-26) (age 14)
Grosse Pointe, Michigan
Taylor Marie Dooley (born February 26, 1993 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan)[1]) is an American child actress.

1 Biography
1.1 Early life
1.2 Career
1.3 Personal life
2 Selected filmography
3 Footnotes
4 External links

[edit] Biography

[edit] Early life
Dooley was born of Irish, German, English, and Sioux Native American descent on her father's side and of Belgian, German and English descent on her mother's side;[1] she has a younger brother named Drew. Dooley was raised a Christian and grew up in Glendale, Arizona, where her family moved when she was six. She began acting and dancing in the Phoenix Theater's Performance Troop, and soon appeared in commercials for Famous Footwear, Disney Superstar Kids, and Mary Kate and Ashley clothing, among others.

[edit] Career
Dooley subsequently moved to California and made her film debut in the 2005 fantasy-adventure film, The Adventures of Shark Boy & Lava Girl, which was a mild success among its intended children's audience, grossing $39 million in the United States box office. Dooley played Lava Girl in the film. She has also appeared in the independent films Whitepaddy, Apology and the National Lampoon's Clubhouse film Trick or Treat.

[edit] Personal life
Dooley, who is home schooled, admires actress Natalie Portman and regularly takes dance lessons. She is friends with actors Cayden Boyd, Matthew Underwood, Taylor Lautner, Alyson Stoner, Victoria Justice, Erin Sanders, AnnaSophia Robb and has many friends in Arizona and Michigan where she used to live. She also has two Bichon Frise dogs and two Guinea pigs. She is well known for her role in The Adventures Of Sharkboy and Lavagirl as Lavagirl and is friends with Max (Cayden Boyd) and Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner). All three went to the premiere of Disney's Eight Below.


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