By Marlene Pizzini
"With all the many bowling accessories on the market, the most magical if used properly is tape!"
Joe Johnson, Stacy Rismon, and Ed McElmurry were the big winners Saturday night, but Monica Campbell showed them how to bowl with her 520. Jackpot Gary has the strike at $134, pill $97, and YABA $321 for this week's session at 8 p.m. It will be an "All Sports" night, so don a jersey of your favorite pro or college team and bowl for half price. No T-shirts will be considered, it must be a jersey.
The team of Shamrocks won first in the City Tourney, members are: Michelle Kinsella, Leah Noel, Christine Johnson, and Chris Drew. The young ladies bowled 309 pins over average for a score of 2553. Palace Bar came in second with 2465 and Kar Klinic/Makin Waves had a 2455. Teresa Felzer-Brown and Julie Mariani took the doubles with 1299 followed by Kathy Moran and Denise Brewer 1275 and JoAnne Pepin and Candy Lipp 1257. Lynette Harada's 662 was the top score of the singles. Rhonda Gregoire had a 661; Julie Mariani 651; and Barb DeRosa 647. Susie Friede won the scratch All-Events with 1594 and Rhonda Gregoire the hdcp. with 1959. Rhonda rolled a 553 in team event which was a +160 and a 213 that was a +82. Cindy LaBuda shot a 218 (+79); Roberta Carr a 198 (+75), and JoAnne Pepin a 212 (+76).
The Womens' Assoc. meeting was moved to tonight, 7:30 p.m., at the lanes. It had been scheduled for later, but due to unforeseen conflicts, the rush is on. Election of some officers and all directors will be held and City Tourney checks and awards will be handed out. Discussion is needed on the tourney for next year please try to attend.
Candy Lipp was the tourney director this year and she did a super job with help from some of the officers and directors. The tourney participation was up and I would like to thank all who bowled in it.
It's the rule: Q. If teams bowl against the wrong opponents during the regular schedule or a position round, do the games have to be bowled over?
A. ABC/WIBC/YABA have held the games stand as bowled and are entered in the record for games won or lost as well as for individual averages. The league would simply continue with the regular schedule after discovering the error. The same procedure would be followed when teams bowl the wrong opponents in a position match.
Jacob Doney had a 98, 163 and Tabitha Myers a 64, 113 for Bantam highs. Prep high rollers were Seth Jensen with a 176, 390 and Kristi Hollingshead with a 145, 408. Shawn Linderman earned a 140gm award for a 145 and Tyler Myers a 140gm, 350 3gm for his 140, 355. Kristi Hollingshead converted the 5-7 and 5-10. Jamie French shot a 162, 413; Brandon Morse 162, 406; and Tiffany Fisher a 199, 307 to lead the Juniors. Russell McIntosh picked the 2-4-8-10 split. Katie Kuhr topped the Major gals with her 176, 420 and the guys' highs of 237, 588 belonged to Jason Keeler.
Next week will be your final news on YABA as their season ended last weekend. The One On One regular season ends the 28th, but a position round will take place April 4th and the play-off the 11th. The date for the banquet will be announced at a later time. Everyone wishes the youngsters good luck and good bowling at both State and the Coke Tourney.
Happy Birthday to Ruby Worstell, Monday, April 3!
Split pickers: Lainie Fitzpatrick 6-7-10; Cecil Durbin 5-7; Shawn 4-9: Kathye 6-7-9-10; Matt Walen 6-7; Jean Shrauger 4-7-9: Martin Kardell and Becky Blake 4-7-10s. A big congrats on "pickin" a big split to Paul Schuschke, the 7-10!
June Erickson took high game honors with her 232 and Pegi had the series of 592. Neva Miller shot a 579 with a 288; Dianne W. a 228; and Pegi a 219.
Shawn's 267 was high as was Terry's 675. Hoss Loendorf had a 254, 642; Ron Turner 246, 662; Byron Eggum 242, 646; and Ryan Mapes 245. "6" shooters: Jay Burrington 609; Bob Blazzer 621; Kory Gerky 608; Marcus 615; Mike 627; Errol 619; Shawn 652; Bob 608; Jim 655; Rodger Freier 621; Andy Owens 630; and Lorin Teske 609.
Jim's 868 was the high 4-game. The only other 8 was an 840 by Shawn.
Womens' 200s, 525s; Pegi 219, 592, 544; Barb DeRosa 201; Christy 529; Sharnai 213; Dana 203; June Erickson 232; Robin Myers 202; Neva Miller 228, 579; Dianne W. 228, 543; Moe Coryell 526; Wendy Gerky 525.
Mens' 225s, 575s, 750s: Terry 247, 236, 675; Shawn 247; Shawn 232; Shawn 267; Ken 232; Jim 240; Harold Powell 228; Jay Burrington 233, 609; Bob Blazer 225, 585, 621; Don Leo 231; Hoss Oendorf 254, 642; Bill Henry 233, 597; Minnow Mariani 237; Leo Miller 235; Ron Turner 246, 226, 662; Byron Eggum 242, 646; Kory Gerky 225, 608; Ryan Mapes 245, 596; Marcus 237, 615; Chad Anderson 579; Mike 627; Shawn 597; Buck 758; Hoss 578, 765; Mike 584; Errol 619, 792; Shawn 652, 840; Bob 608, 787; Don 753; Jim 655, 868; Lorin 590, 786; Rodger Freier 621; Andy Owens 630; Steve Mariani 580; Kurt Shulund 592; Kelly Hansen 594; Norm Dyrland 583; Lorin Teske 609; Dusty Kline 590; Skip 589; Jim L. 579; Chris 584.
Wednesday Men's City - High team game: Cross Enterprises, 1109; High team series: North Star Dodge, 3106; High mens game: Hoss Loendorf, 254; High mens series: Ron Turner, 662. League standings: Andy's Supper Club, Bullhook Bottoms, Stromberg Sinclair, Cross Enterprises, Bergren Transmission.
Thursday Housewives - High team game: Golden Triangle Seeds, 603; High team series: Golden Triangle Seeds, 1757; High Womens game: Donna Conway, 195; High womens series: Kim Austin, 508. League Standings: McLeans Grocery, BNSF Diesel Shop, V.R. Hair Construction, JM Donoven Designs. Tie between Golden Triangle Seeds and JG and P Rentals.
Thursday Mixers - High team game: Tillemans Appliance Service, 882; High Team Series: Tillemans Appliance Service, 2517; High Womens Game: Neva Miller, 205; High womens series: Pegi Hamaoka, 559; High mens game: Skip Owens, 277; High Mens Series: Skip Owens, 660. League standings: Watson Trucking, PJ'S Casino, Tillemans Appliance Service, Swanson's Accounting, Pizza Hut.
Thursday night Guys and Gals Oxford Bar, 854; Tip It, 2371; Wendy Gerky, 188; Mae Coryell, 526; Ryan Mapes, 245; Lorin Teske, 609. Evan's Optical, PDF. Inc., Tip It; Oxford Bar; B.N. Telecommunications.
Standings Bantams: Team 1, team 2, team 5. Preps: Pin Chasers,P.A.L.S., Juniors: Team 6, Strikers, P.U.N.K.S., Majors: Happy Hookers, 3 Guys and a Hick, Team 6.