Kristopher Angle of Livingston was awarded a Montana Young American Bowling Alliance scholarship at the annual Bowling Jamboree in Kalispell.

Angle won the $750 Montana Professional Steve Ryan Memorial scholarship and a $500 Montana YABA scholarship.

Also at the jamboree, Bozeman's Harvey Pierce was inducted into the Montana YABA Hall of Fame, along with Fae Eklund of Kalispell. Jason Oyler of Manhattan and Ron Mosness and Sean Riste of Bozeman each won a spot on the 1996 All Star Team their accomplishments this year.[U+0082]Â

Jim Lytle topped men's bowlers at Country Lane last week, rolling a 725 series and a 268 game, both highs for the week. Doreen Nyby led the women with a 642 series while Jennifer Smith bowled a 247 for the women's high game.

Here are the results from Country Lane bowlers from the week of Sept. 23:

Men's high games Jim Lytle 268 242 215, Dustin Wardell 267 238 209, Doug McLaughlin 266 223 214, Robert Whitehead 259, Steve Culliton 257, Terry Kinsman 252, Jason Milburn 247, Gerald Sanderson 247, Roger Wirtanen 245 208, Greg Waldon 242, Ken Kobet 241 212, Cliff Karagosis 237 205, Gary Gerhardt 235 225 208 201, Nelson Sawyer 235, Jeff Brabent 235, Arnie Wise 232 208 206 201, Greg Dieziger 231, Shawn Couch 227, Jim Fenton 226 215, Tom McLaughlin 226 214, Brian Thomas 226 215 212, Nick Basolo 226, Pat Kramarich 225 215 212, Jeff Toohey 225 200, Bill Green 223, Randy Ypma 221 221 216, Bob Reiser 219, Jeff Wabeke 217 203 202, Alvin Kuhn 215 206, Tom Gogol 214 200, Lyman Fellows 213, Bill Gunsch 213, Bill Ankeny 212 208, Jay Gaughan 211 200, Rob Tanascu 21, Rob Kountz 211, Shawn Vetter 210 207 202, Dave Day 210 204, Doug Olden 208, Scott Sorenson 208, John Borkowski 205 201, Dan Gonzalez 205, Marlon Sickler 204, Dick Allison 204, Scott Tuss 204, Don Smith 203, Ron Zitzow 203, Rod Branner 202, Harry Forsythe 202, A.J. Weiser 201, Tom Saisbury 200, Joe Zeleski 200, Gary Henninger 200, Harvey Fields 200, Glen Kraft 200.

Men's high series Jim Lytle 725, Doug McLaughlin 686 Roger Wirtanen 664, Dustin Wardell 657, Brian Thomas 653, Arnie Wise 646, Tom McLaughlin 633, Ken Kobett 617, Gary Gebhardt 616, Pat Kramarich 613, Steve Culliton 610, Shawn Couch 609, Greg Waldon 605, Shawn Vetter 600.

Women's high games Jennifer Smith 247 212, Doreen Nyby 238 203 201, Lorna VanDyken 225, Becky Burkhamer 208 206, Jimm Zimbric 200, Betty Camp 200.

Women's high series Doreen Nyby 642, Jennifer Smith 608, Becky Burkhamer 602, Barb Ellestad 541, Terry McLaughlin 525, Eileen Colman 522, Terry Freeze 515, Lisa Hanson 512, Betty Camp 511, Michelle Henderson 509, Laura Wright 506, Cinda Kleinkopf 507, Naida Blaze 503, Rachel Winters 501, Karen Zaiko 500.

Senior scores, men's high game Monty Myrick 226, Arnie Wise 202 200, Gale Thompson 201.

Senior scores, men's high series Arnie Wise 564, Gale Thompson 535, Monty Myrick 515.

Upcoming events:

Friday Galactic Bowling 9:30 p.m. 2 a.m.; YABA Fun Days for League sign ups.

Saturday Jackpot bowling, check in 7:30 p.m.; YABA Fun Days for League sign ups.

Sunday Rent A Lane 9 a.m. noon.

Oct 13 YABA league start.

Through Oct. 18 Merit In League qualifications

Oct. 26 27, Nov. 2 3 Baker Doubles Tournament

Nov. 9 10 Big Brothers/Big Sisters fund raiser

Still opening for fall leagues. Call Country Lanes at 587 0723.[U+0082]Â

SUN VALLEY, Idaho Amber Greenwood of Quam's Taekwondo Academy took first in sparring and first in forms at the Third Annual Sun Valley Taekwondo Open Tournament Saturday.

Greenwood competed in the 17 year old Green belt class.

Bradley Lookhart, Jason Van Orden, Jadriane Lilley, Jay Utter, Joey Urbani and Stephanie Keep also took first for Quam's in Sun Valley.

Quam's Taekwondo Academy will be hosting the Fifth Annual Quam's Taekwondo Championships Nov. 2 at Bozeman High School.

Here are the results from Quam's students at the Sun Valley Taekwondo Open Tournament Saturday:

Richard Kuntzelman, adult black belt second sparring, second forms. Bradley Lookhart, 16 year old black belt second sparring, first forms. Jason Van Orden, 16 year old red belt first sparring. Jadriane Lilley, 9 year old red belt second sparring, first forms. Stacey Keep, 13 year old red belt second sparring, first forms. Jay Utter, 16 year old red belt second sparring, first forms. Joey Urbani, nine year old red belt second sparring, first forms. Stephanie Keep, 11 year old red belt first forms. Colter Urbani,7 year old blue belt third sparring, third forms. Amber Greenwood, 17 year old green belt first sparring, first forms.


Public sight in days at the Manhattan Wildlife Association's Logan range will be held this Sunday, as well as on Oct. 13 and 20.


Bozeman's John Mentzer took first for the U.S. Naval Academy at a cross country meet last week.

Mentzer won the race in 25 minutes, 28 seconds, helping the Midshipmen beat Columbia 18 45, and Penn 19 44.

Navy is now 2 0 on the season.


Dee Nelson led women bowlers at Manhattan Lanes last week, rolling a 221 game and 555 series.

Speed Smith led men's bowlers in two categories as well, with a 650 series and a 235 game. Smith's 650 series was the only series over 600 bowled at Manhattan Lanes last week.

Women's high games Dee Nelson 220, Marilyn Dyk 210, Karen Susag 204, Bev Frizzell 202, Elaine Wilkinson 201, Kelly Stone 201.

Women's high series Dee Nelson 555, Elsie Kennedy 550, Bev Frizzell 549, Elaine Wilkinson 522, Laurie Vance 514, Kelly Stone 512, Marilyn Dyk 508, Connie Ryan 504, Marie Westphal 504, Audry Gover 501, Karen Susag 500.

Men's high games Scott Speed 235 214 201, Stan Veltkamp 231, Jack Logan 214, Steve Root 210, Les Essex 208, Orin Gunderson 208, Ed Tharp 204, Larry Wabeke 204, Steve French 203, Matt Hess 203 201, Joel Geer 202, Norm Peterson 200, Gary Hess 200.[U+0082]Â

The Bozeman junior varsity girls' soccer team defeated Helena Capital 4 0 at Bozeman Tuesday.

Erin Palm, Kaitlin Bear, Jenny Gibson and Daven Pilotte were all cited for their play.

The Hawks are now 3 1. They play Helena High Monday at Helena.[U+0082]Â

Bill Beyl led all trap shooters at the Logan Trap Club's trap shooting league in the fourth quarter, making 97 of 100 shots.

Delin Painting led all teams, making 460 of 500 shots.

The fall trapshooting league begins Oct. 2. Sign up at the Logan Trap Club or call Bill Beyl at 587 7373. The club is open for public shooting on Wednesdays.

Here are the fourth quarter results from the Logan Trap Club's Trapshooting League:

Individuals Bill Beyl 97/100, Gary Delin 94/100, Bob Yeley 94/100, Roger McClure 93/100, Colter Delin 91/100.

Top teams (five person) Delin Painting 460/500, On Target Publications 454/500, Day Spring Landscaping 436/500.


Montana State Billings is holding a youth basketball clinic starting Oct. 19 for children in kindergarten through the eighth grade.

The clinics will be held over four weekends, and costs $20. For more information, call 406 657 2103.


Bozeman's Chas Arthur won the all around cowboy title last weekend at a high school rodeo in Frenchtown.

Arthur took first in calf roping Saturday, and teamed with Travis Dempsey to win team roping Saturday and the team roping average.

Also placing first were Belgrade's Kristal Eblen, who took the break away roping average, and Leah McLaughlin, who won the goat tying average.

Here are the results of area athletes at Frenchtown's high school rodeo:

All around cowboy Chas Arthur, Bozeman.

Calf roping Saturday, Arthur; Sunday, Ben Kober, Belgrade.

Team roping Saturday, Travis Dempsey and Arthur; Cody Kountz, Bozeman, and Jamie Munson, Ennis, fifth. Sunday, Dempsey and Arthur, third. Average, Dempsey and Arthur.

Goat tying Saturday, Leah McLaughlin, Belgrade, second. Sunday, McLaughlin, fifth. Average, McLaughlin.

Break away roping Saturday, Kristal Eblen, Belgrade, second. Sunday, Eblen, third.

Pole bending Sunday, Eblen, fourth.


The Gallatin Valley Christian Home School Association's fifth and sixth and seventh and eighth grade girls' basketball teams won a pair of games Tuesday over Heritage Christian.

The fifth and sixth graders were 22 6 winners, while the seventh and eighth graders won 20 14.

The GVCHSA next plays Thursday at 5:30 against the Anderson school.