It’s ringers and strikes time at games

Published 11:40 am Tuesday, May 14, 2024

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By Carrie Miller

Davie Senior Services

Davie County Senior Games had an amazing week.

Bowling Mixed Doubles kicked off the week of April 29  at Creekside Lanes in Winston-Salem. The teams battled for the highest scores, and everyone enjoyed the friendly competition.


Bowling Mixed Doubles: (50-54) 1st: Cliff Tkach and Renae Tkach, (60-64) 1st: Tim McCulloh and Alice Monk, (65-69) 1st: Connie Swartz and Curtis Thomas, 2nd: Patti Brown and Larry Bailey, 3rd: Brian Solomon and Annamaria Solomon, (70-74) 1st: Roni Barney and Donald Tucker, 2nd: Thomas Tucker and Pearl Hainje, 3rd: Angie Bailey and Roy Ranson. (75-79) 1st: Judy Phillips and Bob Phillips, 2nd: Pat Gregory and Joe Pisanelle, 3rd: Bruce Walley and Barbara Chapman, (80-84) 1st: Roger Hall and Lois Green, 2nd: Alice Barnette and Mike Barnette, (85-89) 1st: Henry Hagner and Patricia Latta.

On Wednesday, May 1, the Town of Cooleemee welcomed more than 30 horseshoe participants over a two-day period. The Senior Games Horseshoes tournament began with the men’s tournament on May 1 and the women’s tournaments were held on May 2. The weather was gorgeous and offered beautiful days for being outside.


Horseshoes: (55-59) 1st: Greg Barnette, (60-64) 1st: Julia Fox, (65-69) 1st: Vanessa Carter, 2nd: Sandra Smith, (70-74) 1st: Alice Monk, Robbie Jackson, 2nd: Karen Umberger, 3rd: Roni Barney. (75-79) 1st: Judy Phillips, Lester Key, 2nd: Peggy Evans, Steve Evans, 3rd: Pat Gregory, Tony Carden, (80-84) 1st: Johnnie Stallings, (85-89) 1st: Kay Lloyd, Mike Barnette, 2nd: Sue Allen, Bud Stroud, (90-94) 1st: George Kimberly.

To learn more about the Davie County Senior Games, contact Senior Services at 336-753-6230 or email Miller at