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Miracles lead Dark Knights to bowling title
Sabra Miracle, 338th TRS, shows her winning style. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Miracles lead Dark Knights to bowling title

Posted 6/1/2011   Updated 6/1/2011 Email story   Print story

    


by Susan Griggs
81st Training Wing Public Affairs


6/1/2011 - KEESLER AFB, Miss. -- The 338th Training Squadron team claimed the base's intramural bowling  championship May 26.

The 81st Logistics Readiness Squadron came in second and 2nd Air Force placed third of the 16 teams.

Jeff Miracle led the way for the 338th TRS team. He tied with Gary Watson from the 81st Force Support Squadron for the men's high score game, 279; logged the men's high score series, 715; and posted the highest men's individual average, 211.91.

Sabra Miracle, 338th TRS, was credited with the top women's game, 215; women's high score series, 549; and highest women's individual average, 158.28. The 81st FSS team had the highest team score, 1,011, and the highest team series, 2,802. The 81st Communications Squadron had the high handicap team game, 1,154, and the 81st LRS had the high handicap team series, 3,272.

Donald Wharton, Seabee Base, had the high handicap score, 311, and Pat Sandridge, 81st LRS, had the high handicap series, 807, as well as being the most improved male bowler with a 21.12 increase. Cathi Brennan, 81st CS, was the most improved woman with a 9.8 point increase.

Pam Register, 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, had the women's high handicap game, 271, and Daeng Weaver, 81st Training Support Squadron-B, had the women's high handicap series, 675.



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