About Town 03-02-19

Kona Bridge Club first place finishers February

First place finishers for the ACBL Kona Bridge Club for the month of February are listed below. There are four players at each table, north and south are partners competing against the east and west partners for each bridge contract and are scored as such. On Monday there are two sections competing separately (novice and advanced) with open games on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Visitors are welcome. Info: KonaBridge.org.


2/2 — N-S Dan and Marlene Sabo; E-W Brian Macri and Craig Thorsen

2/4 — Section A: N-S Tor Thorsen and Brian Macri; E-W Cindy Daugherty and Elizabeth Sachs — Section B: N-S Kurt Weidner and Louise Weidner; E-W Carol Mudd and Carol Lee

2/6 — N-S Will Williams and Penny Kallaus; E-W Dean Jenkins and Richard Gittelman

2/9 — N-S Marlene Sabo and Pat Ingoglia; E-W Shirley Decker and Liz Holey

2/11 — Section A: N-S Shelly Hershberger and Penny Kallaus; E-W Pat and Tom Buttweiler — Section B: N-S Polly Beynon and Eleanor Ramsey; E-W Mary and Duane Sparks

2/13 — N-S Dorothy Case and Marilynn Bass; E-W Pat Ingoglia and Dean Jenkins; Section B Douglas Troxel and Carol Davies

2/16 — N-S Marlene Sabo and Pat Ingoglia; E-W Dan Sabo and Carol McNabb

2/17 — Tied Pat Ingoglia and Dean Jenkins; Mike Folkert and Marlene Sabo

2/18 — Section A: Richard Gittelman and Dean Jenkins — Section B: N-S Sarah and Walt Bobb; E-W Eleanor Ramsey and Polly Beynon

2/20 — N-S Will Williams and Penny Kallaus; E-W Dean Jenkins and Richard Gittelman

2/25 — Section A: Alice Goo and Elizabeth Reid; Section B Jim and Lorene Morwick

2/27 — N-S Tor Thorsen and Marlene Sabo; E-W Carol Richards and Shirley Decker

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