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The 11th Frame (12/31/2018)

By Bill Ryan   Adam Dilsaver, among City tournament winners taking both singles and All Events Simon and King win doubles; Lane and Hiler take women’s doubles crown, Melendrez  wins singles and Wammes takes women’s all-events. Open Division: Adam Dilsaver’s 800 series propelled him to the singles win and the All Events Crown in the Open Division of the […]

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The 11th Frame (12/7/2018)

By Bill Ryan Jug’s Bowling Center wins annual Moosman team tournament. The Northwest Ohio Bowling Proprietors annually hold the Dean Moosman Memorial Team tournament in memory of the former proprietor and Ohio Hall of Fame member. This year’s event with the $1,000 first place prize went to Jug’s Bowling Center with a 3,689 total . Though trailing second place finishers […]

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The 11th Frame (11/30/2018)

By Bill Ryan ASDI wins open team tourney, H&W Motor Freight win women’s division Anita Dilaver claims Turkey Title; Ken North bowls 300 in American League • City Tournament: The standings of the annual team event of the City Tournament is now official and shows ASD Remodeling Inc. winning the Open Division at 3,403. Brian Close led the team […]

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The 11th Frame (11/15/2018)

By Bill Ryan Pepsi qualifiers There were 18 youth bowlers who earned qualification to advance in the annual Pepsi tournament in the first round of qualifying through Al-Mar Lanes. They are listed below. The second round of qualifying will be held on Dec. 1 and Dec. 8. Qualifiers are as follows: Girls; 8 and under, Lucia Hannam 159; […]

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The 11th Frame (11/9/2018)

11th Frame  11.09.18 By Bill Ryan  Four younger bowlers pass coaching clinic  Colin Fahy, Ali Fahy, Sidney Dilsaver and Cheyenne Kolczynski, all recently attended the Level 1 United States Bowling Congress coaching clinic. Each of the four passed and are now Level 1 certified coaches. The program was held in  Temperance, Michigan.  Bowling for Boobs winners The winners in the recent Bowling for Boobs fund-raising tournament (no-tap scoring) were Dave Walter with a 300 and 843 scratch series; Isaac Milleson with a 300 and 824 handicap series; and for the women, Yogi Wammes with a 676 actual series and Vicki Schumacher with an 809 handicap total. Basebowl winners The […]

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11th Frame  11.2.18

By Bill Ryan This week another page on the calendar was turned and we are heading into the holiday season, which also means the weather will be turning colder and the bowling getting hotter. And there is nothing hotter than the annual city tournament which kicks off Nov. 11 with the traditional kick-off with the […]

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11th Frame  10.26.18

By Bill Ryan U.S. OPEN TO BRING 2018 GO BOWLING! PBA TOUR SEASON TO DRAMATIC CLOSE The 2018 Go Bowling! PBA Tour season will come to a dramatic end over the next few days with a number of plot lines in play as the U.S. Open gets underway at Northrock Lanes in Wichita, Kan., including its impact on the PBA Player and Rookie of the Year races, the possibility of a new addition to the PBA’s “Triple Crown” roster, maybe a record-tying major, and a battle for berths in the end-of-season PBA Clash. For starters, how players finish in the U.S. Open could be a significant factor in deciding the 2018 PBA Player and Rookie of the Year races. Heading into the final PBA Tour event of the year, EJ Tackett is the only three-title winner in 2018. Jason Belmonte, Anthony Simonsen, Andrew Anderson and Jakob Butturff are all solidly in contention with two PBA Tour titles each. On a personal level, the U.S. Open also may have special meaning to Belmonte and Tackett. Both players are in need of a U.S. Open title to complete the PBA Triple Crown. A win by Belmonte also would be his 10th major, tying the legendary Earl Anthony and Pete Weber for the all-time record for most PBA major titles. The U.S. Open will pay $30,000, $15,000, $12,000, $10,000 and $8,000 to the top five finishers. Fans can track the competition through exclusive live coverage of the qualifying and match play rounds by Xtra Frame on FloBowling Friday through Tuesday, Oct. 30. Fans also can follow the U.S. Open via the Live Scoring feature on pba.com. The five-man stepladder finals will air live on CBS Sports Network on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at 7 p.m. Eastern. Surviving the Game Results of the second week of Al-Mar’s Surviving the game found the first three bowlers eliminated were Roger Pierstorff from the American League at 115 pins under average; Celia Johnson 93 pins under in the Elks League and Pancha Melendrez, 79 pins under in the Ladies Major League. Upcoming events: Al-Mar Lanes will have a “Spooktacular” time on Halloween for some fun from 9:30 to 11:30 […]

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