Bowling highlights

Trinity Lanes

Thursday Night Businessmen

Week 1, Sept. 5

High Scratch Series: Russ Wheeler, 544; Sam Frink, 538; Dan Harwood, 531

High Scratch Game: Ricardo Pubill, 201; Dony Morris, 199; Sam Frink, 192; Dan Harwood, 192

Thursday Morning Ladies, Sept. 5

High Scratch Series: Sunny DeCastro, 518; Sharon Workman, 439; Deanna Bradford, 428

High Scratch Game: Lora Wheeler, 180; Jane Draper, 158; Daphne Wetzel, 151

High Handicap Series: Teresa Gordon, 633; Lynn McElroy, 624; Amy Burchard, 601

High Handicap Game: Bonnie Yingling, 221; Becky Obester, 218; Barbara Rapinac, 211

Wednesday Night Adult

Week 2, Sept. 4

Men’s High Scratch Series: Bill Healy, 527; Jeffrey Evans, 462; Willard Waterhouse, 455

Men’s High Scratch Game: Bill Healy, 196; Jeffrey Evans, 169; John Morgan, 161; Willard Waterhouse, 161

Women’s High Scratch Series: Sis Curran, 519; Jan DeMoss, 487; Sunny DeCastro, 472

Women’s High Scratch Game: Sis Curran, 213; Jan DeMoss, 191; Sunny DeCastro, 164; Rhonda Miller, 164

Week 1, Aug. 28

Men’s High Scratch Series: Bill Healy, 524; Ricardo Pubill, 505; Willard Waterhouse, 437

Men’s High Scratch Game: Ricardo Pubill, 190; Jeffrey Evans, 182; Bill Healy, 182

Women’s High Scratch Series: Sunny DeCastro, 474; Jan DeMoss, 458; Rhonda Miller, 421

Women’s High Scratch Game: Nancie Locke, 180; Jan DeMoss, 176; Sunny DeCastro, 173

Senior League, Sept. 3

Men’s Scratch Series: Ron Yingling, 527; Dony Morris, 504; Lewis Curran, 440

Men’s Scratch Game: Verlin Harwood, 183; Willard Waterhouse, 180; Jack Eggleston, 154

Women’s Scratch Series: Sunny DeCastro, 500; Sharon Eggleston, 431; Sharon Workman, 426

Women’s Scratch Game: Lora Wheeler, 162; Bonnie Yingling, 159; Fay Patterson, 156

Bigfoot researcher seeks help

Author Tom Morris has been studying Bigfoot for years. Morris would like to ask hikers and hunters that if any incidents involving Bigfoot come up, to notify him at 925-930-8123; send him an email at tommorris@msn.com; or send a report in to the Bigfoot Field Research Organization, www.bfro.net/GDB/submitfm.asp.

Anyone wanting to participate in field research may contact Morris. He is also seeking funding for professional surveillance equip like a thermal imager, parabolic microphone, a drone, etc.

The Bigfoot Field Research Organization was founded in 1995, claimed as “the only scientific research organization exploring the bigfoot/sasquatch mystery.” The organization has sightings in Trinity County dating back as far as the 1960s and as recent as the late 2010s.

Sportswriter sought

The Trinity Journal is seeking a freelance sportswriter. The position would provide coverage of Trinity High School and/or Hayfork High School sporting events and may include other sports coverage and features.

Interested parties should provide a letter of interest to Wayne Agner, editor and publisher, The Trinity Journal, P.O. Box 340, Weaverville, CA 96093-0340; by email to editor@trinityjournal.com; or bring it by our office at 500 Main St., Weaverville.