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Flohr, Derby show well at state hoop shootGlenwood Springs Middle School students Natasha Derby and Kevin Flohr finished second and third, respectively, in the Elks Hoop Shoot state contest last weekend in Salida.Derby tied for first, hitting 18 of 25 shots in the 12-13 girls division, but placed second after two shootoffs.Flohr hit 21 of 25 shots for his third-place finish in the 12-13 boys division.Peterson rolls to titleMarianne Peterson bowled her way through the handicap events all the way to the recent Roaring Fork Valley Women’s Bowling Association Tournament championship at the El Jebowl lanes in El Jebel.Peterson and Jan Cowen won the doubles handicap event with a score of 1,244. Juanita Allen-Smith and Jodi Tankersley were second, just five points ahead of Velma Rowland and Terry Peckham.In the singles handicap, Peterson rolled a 700 for top honors ahead of Lisa Miller (674) and Kim Vezzoso (650). Peterson’s all-event handicap score was 2,009, 130 better than Miller’s second place.Bust Your Balls was the top handicap team, with a score of 2,395. The team consisted of Allen-Smith, Mary Lamb, Jodi Tankersley and Penny Steele. Marion Kieck swept the scratch competition. Kieck and Toni Pokorny won the doubles scratch. Kieck took honors in the singles scratch with 583, and the scratch all-events competition with 1,738. Independent Trucking took the team scratch crown.

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