Local Bowling Highlights, Tuesday, Jan. 25
Ravens def. Steelers 43-13. Scoring—Carl Hillen 226, Randy Pinkerton 214.
Cowboys def. Buccaneers 47-9. Scoring— Dustin Cockroft 234 (650), Toby Smith 224, Shane Ehlers 257 (724), Matt Bailey 208 (614.
High scores— Judy Coats 231 (611, Celia 191 (541), Linda Sacco 219 (534), Maggie Unfred (526), Rita Hoback 187 (536),
Orchard Mesa Lanes
High scores— Mark Johnson 243 (656), Jason Williams 277 (693), Joe Leverly 280 (711), Bobby Dunn 266 (661), Dan Austin 268 (695), Don Pickering 244 (683), Darren Cisar 257 (663), Brian Schurz 232 (636), Michelle Schurz 228 (619), Allen Thompson 279 279 (712), Vern Raudabaugh (639), Kory Cockrum 246 (632), Don Gilbert 245, Steve Manzanares 253 (638), Joel Cody 236 (674), Joe Clayton 243, Dustin Cockroft 232, Mike Hillen 250 (697), Dale Umberger 235, Brandon mberger 234.
High scores— Betty Archuletta 203 (468), Nancy Buettner 199 (516), Jan Mittag 182 (510) Lois Dunning 174 Diane Dittrick163 . High team: Spare Me 479 (1,372), Spare Party 457, Split Misses (1,261).
High scores— Betty Malcom 234 (526), kent Riddle 203 (502), Ron fiedler (506), Virginia Campbell 213, Don Turner (548), Tony Weber 9531), Tp, Kemsem (504), Les Miller 212 (510), Bob Haats 200 (553), Mark Stuart (529). Splits converted— Virginia Campbell 2-4-10.
Hits & Misses
USBC Award 200-249 Game: Joyce De Marrias 183-156-200 (539).
Orchard Mesa True Value
High scores— Linda Kirby (516).
Broncos filling out coaching staff
ENGLEWOOD — Denver Broncos coach John Fox has brought two more assistants over from Carolina: secondary coach Ron Milus and linebackers coach Richard Smith.
Both were on Fox’s staff with the Panthers the last two seasons and both have worked for the Broncos before.
The Broncos hired Dennis Allen late Monday night to fix the league’s worst defense. Allen, who was New Orleans’ secondary coach the past five seasons, is the Broncos’ sixth defensive coordinator in the last six years.
Man fired for wearing Packers tie
OAK LAWN, Ill. — A car salesman in suburban Chicago has been fired for refusing to remove a Green Bay Packers tie that he wore to work the day after the Packers beat the Chicago Bears to advance to the Super Bowl.
John Stone says he wore the Packers tie to work Monday at Webb Chevrolet in Oak Lawn to honor his late grandmother, who was a big Green Bay fan.
The gesture did not impress his boss, Jerry Roberts.
Roberts says the dealership has done promotions involving the Bears and he was afraid the tie could alienate the team’s fans and make it harder to sell cars.
Ochocinco changing name back
CINCINNATI — Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is putting his unusual name back in the news.
Ochocinco suggested at the end of an interview with ESPN on Tuesday that he’s planning to change his name back to Johnson. He didn’t give a specific reason, other than saying he’s “done enough with the Ocho thing.”
Cashman: Jeter could play outfield
NEW YORK — Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman says that if shortstop Derek Jeter ever does switch positions, the outfield would be a good fit.
Cashman took questions from fans Tuesday at an event sponsored by WFAN radio. The GM says Jeter is the Yankees’ shortstop and that the team doesn’t have any plans to move him.
Spartans dismiss Korie Lucious
Michigan State announced Tuesday is has dismissed junior guard Korie Lucious for the rest of the season for conduct coach Tom Izzo called, “detrimental to the program.”