11th Frame – March 31, 2018

by / Wednesday, 11 April 2018 / Published in Bowling, Latest Posts, Things To Do

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By BILL RYAN  03.21.18

Truman rolls 15th career 300

This week, we start with league bowling news including a 300 game by Matt Truman in the Elk’s League last Tuesday. He ended with a 770 for the high series for the week. Kyle Waynick shot 277 for 725. Bill Wammes had a 254  for a 700 and Randy Wells Jr. had a 257 for 639. Gary Wachter also shot a 639. For the women, Mallory Fritz was high with her 213 for 610 and Yogi Wammes had a 200 for 557. Kristen Knell shot a 201 game.

Wood County Insurance and Rosenboom are the division leaders.

 

Surviving the game

The five people eliminated in Week 20 in the Surviving the game are Al Seifert. Elks league. 96 pins under average; Ron Golightley, American, -80; Becky Schultze, Ladies Major,- 60; Susan Harris, Elks, -20; and Paul Overhulse, American, -30. The season long event is now down to the top 25, who will all cash.

 

In the pros:

In a bizarre twist, the original winner for the Brunswick Euro Challenge was named as Anthony Simonson. However, tournament officials did not add in the handicap (yes, handicap for a professional tournament) as women were given eight pins handicap per game and thus Sweden’s Jenny Wegner was the actual winner of the PBA World Tour event. She thus earned $14,150 in the event held in Munich, Germany.

 

Reminders:

  • Year-end tournaments are fast approaching. Starting with the Adult/Child tournament at 10 a.m. April 14.
  • Now through the end of league season is the team Baker Qualifier, ask for details at Al-Mar Lanes for details and lane availability.
  • Year-end league feature tournaments: Nine Pot April 27; Bingo May 1; Brackets May 2; and Poker Pay 3.

In other league news

  • Yogi Wammes led the Ladies Major league last week with her 234, 634. Pancha Melendrez had a 220 game in her 618 set; while Betty Jackson bowled a 233 for 573.  Speck Sales and Luckey Junction are the division leaders.
  • In the challenging ASD I Remodeling Tour Trials Justin McCarmey was high with his 256 and 685. Kyle Waynick was the only other bowler to break 600 with a 226 game for  610. Yogi Wammes had a very nice 595 set. Chris Bagrowski and Gary Aring each shot a 253 game and Scott Kidd had a 227. The team Bagrowski leads the league with 122 points won, followed by Wammes with 102.
  • Henderson-VanDeVelde are the first place duo in the Randy Miller Doubles league with 103 1/2 points won, followed by Crusa-Miller with 101 wins and Buehrer-Schneider with 88 points won. High last week was Gene VanDeVelde with his 266 and 938 for the four games. Jeff Sayre shot 906 with his 245;  and Shaun Crusa, 256, 899. Yogi Wammes shot a 247 game.
  • Brian Dimick sizzled lasat week in the American League with his 274, 768; Adam Dilsaver had a 279 for 713; and Kurt Wood had an identical high game for a similar 712 series. Ken North and Lucas Jenne also broke 700 with 704 and 703, respectively. Divisional leaders are Al-Mar Pro Shop, 43-13 and South River Mechanical, 32-24.
  • In the Farm League Heritage House is on top with a 46-17; while the Ballz-Deep at 41-22. Last week’s top bowler was Paul Klockowski with his 248, 661. Pancha Melendrez had a 237 for 626; Marcos Zamudio, 607; and Cody Bame had 214, 576.
  • Flying over to the Eagles League, Ryan Spangenberg paced the bowlers last week with his 268 for 741; Brian Murray shot 257, 727;  and Jason Sisco, 257, 707. Mike Metzger had the high game of 278 with Steve Huss one stick back at 277. American Family Insurance and Naugle are the division team leaders.
  • Teams 8 and 9 have a little cream on top of the Coffee League standings as they ate tied with 73-57 records, with team 10 only a tad back at 72-58. Last week’s high bowler was Cathy Lowry, 179, 334 followed by Rose Koontz, 164, 302 and Linda Damron, 155, 296. Julie Thayer also had a 179 game to tie for that leaderboard.
  • Now getting younger we turn to the Bobcat 2 a Days with Turkey Hunters in first 63-35 one point ahead of Team 2, 62-36. Last week Mark Kolczynski led the league last week with his 560; Avery Latta 173, 499; and Brendon Knell 189, 476. For the girls, it was Linda Alfaro leading with her 184, 446, followed by Kaitlyn Roesser, 149, 305.
  • Dropping in age to the Rally’s Junior All Stars the leaders are The Buckeyes, 42-21, followed by Al-Mar Barbies at 37-26. Easton Duncan was high last week with 126, 294, followed by A.J. Bucher, 93, 253 and Benito Baldonado, 102, 237.

* The after school bowling leagues are the Monday All Stars and Tuesday All Stars. In the Monday league Connor Main was high with his 195, 361, followed by Amuel Challu, 268 and Daniel Weisert, 147, 264 and Cash Wisniewski shot a 157 game. For the girls, Maggie Landry had the high game , and Shiann Springer had the high series of 247. While in the Tuesday league Dallas Taylor led all with his 170,285 along with Aidan Rohleder with his 167, 282. For the Tuesday girls,Ana Bullins was the high series owner with her 135 for 265. Kaylin Nicholson had the high game of 137. Jeanette Fretter bowled 135, 258.

 

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