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Lagrange, Simard earn bowling gold medals

Caroline Lagrange of Montreal and David Simard of Granby, Que., won gold medals at the Canadian national bowling championships on Monday.

Lagrange and Simard will be joined on the national team, which includes six men and six women, by Dan MacLelland of St. Laurent, Que., and Winnipeg's Lynne Gauthier, who each collected a silver medal.

Bronze medal winners Jo-Ann Sanesac of Napierville, Que., and Hamilton's Art Oliver Jr. also earned spots on the team after a final day of 12 head-to-head matches.

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The top six men and women automatically form the Canadian national team. A further two men and women will be selected by the Team Selection Committee to complete the adult team.

Other members on the women's adult team are: Isabelle Rioux of Trios Rivieres, Que., Jennifer Park of Nanaimo, B.C., and Valerie Calberry of Brampton, Ont.

The other men are: Francois Lavoie of Quebec City, Hamilton's George Lambert IV and Joe Ciach of Mississauga, Ont.

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