Armed Forces Bowling Championship Underway

By Naval Air Station Jacksonville Public Affairs Office

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NAS Jacksonville – Following three days of preliminary rounds, teams are selected for the Armed Forces Bowling Championships that begin tomorrow. The following are the members of each team.

Air Force:       
MEN – Staff Sgt. Josh Cramer, Nellis AFB; Maj. Ron Hurt, Ramstein, Germany; Capt. Sam Cash, Yokota, Japan; Staff Sgt. Aaron (Kyle) Wilkes, Offutt AFB, Nebraska.
WOMEN – Capt. Danielle Crowder, Little Rock AFB, Ark.; Master Sgt. Kristin Odekirk, Hurlburt Field, Fla.; Tech Sgt. Natasha Sanchez, JB Lewis-McChord, Wash.; Senior Airman Tonya Criss, JB Andrews, Md.

Army:             
MEN – Spc. Adam Ahmad, U.S. Army Reserves Washington; Sgt. Brian Dimuzio, Army National Guard Michigan; Master Sgt. James Franicevich, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.; Staff Sgt. Shaun Nelson, Fort Bliss, Texas.
WOMEN – Sgt. Rose Brown, Fort Bliss, Texas; Spc. Geneitha Allen, Fort Sill, Okla.; Sgt. 1
st Class Chandres Boulden, U.S. Army Recruiting Ohio; Staff Sgt. Tiara Jenkins, Fort Stewart, Ga. Coached by Don Aguilar, Fort Bliss.

Marines:         
MEN – Capt. David Coleman, MCAS Yuma, Ariz.; Sgt. Jason Bean, CNATT NAS Jacksonville, Fla.; Master Sgt. Donald Thompson, MCB Okinawa, Japan; Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Meinhert, MCB Okinawa.
WOMEN – Master Gunnery Sgt. Porita Knight, MARFORCOM Norfolk, Va.; Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kristin Horsley, MCB Camp Lejeune, Calif.; Lt. Lindsey Brock, Kings Bay, Ga.; Sgt. Destine Sumner, MCB Okinawa.

Navy:             
MEN – Petty Officer 1
st Class Christopher Leftwich, ATC Mobile, Ala.; Petty Officer 2nd Class Roger Byrd, NAS Jacksonville; Lt. j.g. Scott McIntire, Alexandria, Va.; Lt. Leon Platt, Kings Bay, Ga.
WOMEN – Petty Officer 2
nd Class Ashley Gray, NAS Norfolk; Petty Officer 1st Class Rhonda Gordon, NAS Norfolk; Lt. Sondra Longworth, Correy Station, Fla; Lt. Hillary Reeves, NAS Jacksonville.

                    

An opening ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow and the tournament kicks off with six games being played, as well as modified “Baker” style of play. Saturday will have double tournaments and Sunday will finish with singles and a roll off for king or queen of the lanes.