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Local Bowling Report: Eagle Lanes open in Chinook

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September 25, 2013

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Members of the 2013 Montana USBC Women's State Championship Bowling Team, Mariani Insurance are shown in a photo at the state tournament last May in Missoula. Pictured left to right, Maxine Munson, Terry Lilletvedt, Delonna Malone and Kristi Cline.

October is learn-to-bowl month. So in following suit, Hi-Line Lanes is going to provide lessons for those keglers who would like to learn how to bowl or improve their game.

Lessons will be Saturday, Oct. 5 at 1 p.m. Anyone wishing to participate may sign up at the lanes or call 254-5885 and leave their name. There will be no charge for these lessons.

Over the weekend, we traveled to Livingston for the annual Jamboree. Tom Brendgord of Billings is now the Association Manager for U. S. B. C. His duties now include processing every entry into the state tournaments, a job I am sure he will do very well. I have known Tom for over 45 years and he is very capable of handling this position.

Saturday night was the annual awards banquet at the Jamboree. We had the honor of sitting at the table with the recipitant of the ladies high average and series for the state. She was Autumn Brutori, a 24-year-old from Butte who averaged 212 and had a 801 series, with games of 279, 243, 279. Not bad for a 24-year-old E.M.T. student. High for the men with a 242 average was Todd Edelen from Billings and Julian Dullinger of Ronan with an 847 series.

Also at the table from U.S.B.C. was Mike Spridko. We had a lengthy discussion with him on merging associations. As a U.S.B.C. member, I think it is time for the Havre Association to consider this. It will save time and money and allow us to bid on some smaller state tournaments.

Bowler of the Year awards for Hi Line Lanes for 2012 – 2013 was Terri Wright for the ladies and Ryan Mapes for the men. Congratulations!

Eagle Lanes is now open after a year and a half of moving their facility. It is a fine addition to the city of Chinook. If you are out and about, stop in and take a look. You will be surprised at the new establishment.

TOURNEY TRAIL: State Seniors at Fat Cat Lanes, Laurel, Oct. 4-6, and Oct. 11-13, and Oct. 18-20. John Willey Memorial Open at Little’s Lanes is Oct. 5-6. Ladies Scratch Classic is Nov. 9-10.

SUNDAY KEGLERS: Budlight 887, 2530; R. Dorris 217; R. Turner 207, 202, 214, 623; D. Tilleman 185, 524. Other Honors: M. Kardell 202; J. Lynnes 203; J. Burrington 207; B. Crowder 202; N. Turner 216, 209, 612; B. Arvin 213.

MONDAY STRAIGHTAWAY MIXED: Minnows Marine 763; Super 8 2652; J. McDonald 268, 209, (640), 201, (841); K. Surber 941. Other honors: D. Linderman 225, 202, 612, 814; R. Surber 225, 222, 244, (681), 206, (897); K. Riska 225; E. Boucher 221, 219; M. Hamilton 203, 200; D. Person 214; J. Anderson 203, 201, 268, 829; M. Kardell 227; S. Mariani 266, 214, (646), 206, (852); N. Turner 229, 212, 609; M. Howard 214, 216; D. Wolf 228, 212; K. Erickson 205.

WOMEN’S CITY: Shamrocks 851, 2419; J. Rodgers 238, 214, 213, 665. J. Mayer 190, 541.

MENS CITY: Nalivkas 1231, 3320; K. Surber 265, 240, 246, 751. Other honors: B. Henry 254, 202, 616; F. Peterson 201; M. Purkett 232, 210, 604; R. Turner 224; J. Mellum 218; J. Shulund 203, 237, 621; N. Turner 259, 213, 665; S. Mariani 257, 206, 240, 703; J. Burrington 235, 224, 227, 686; D. Jones 224; S. Burrington 247, 236, 612; D. Linderman 216, 216, 625; J. Anderson 245, 621; R. Surber 258, 215, 201, 674; V. Gruszie 214; K. Erickson 245, 608; J. Johnson 201, 200; D. Wolf 248, 225, 662.

THURSDAY MORNING LADIES: K & F Services 628, 1784; J. Rodgers 201, 542. Other honors: J. Mayer 183, 489; D. Watson 429.

THURSDAY MIXERS: R. Randolph 212; C. Pappas 532; S. Randolph 170, 444.

HIGHS FOR THE WEEK ARE: Julie Rodgers 238, 665; Jason McDonald 268; Kyle Surber 730.

 

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