The 11th Frame

by / Thursday, 08 March 2018 / Published in Bowling, Latest Posts, Things To Do

11th Frame  03.07.18

By BILL RYAN

High school bowling over for season locally

Wood County high school bowling teams have concluded their season.

Eastwood’s boys team finished eighth in the Division II state bowling tournament last Friday at Wayne Webb Lanes in Columbus.

The Eagles bowled team games of 848, 905 and 830, then added a 573 in three Baker games to qualify for match play as the No. 8 seed. Only the top eight of the 16 teams in the state tournament advanced to match play.

Eastwood lost 3-1 to top-seeded St. Henry in a best-of-5 Baker match to place eighth.

Jordan Cook was the top bowler for Eastwood, finishing 16th overall with a 589 individual series.

The Bowling Green girls team finished fifth in the division I district tournament held Saturday at Interstate Lanes in Rossford.

Kelly Miller was high for the Bobcats with her 584, which was seventh among all the bowlers.

How’s the Irish in your blood?

Al-Mar Lanes is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a Jigg’s Dinner and a Pot O’ Gold no-tap bowling tournament. Both on March 17. The dinner will be served starting at 11 a.m. until it’s gone; and the tournament is at 6 p.m. featuring colored pins at the cost of $20 per bowler.

Loyalty Patrons sought

Al-Mar is revising its rewards card system and invite all current members as well as new members to register for the Loyal Patron sign up by texting ALMAR to 55678. Successful registration will earn a $5 bonus. Members save on bowling, parties, shoes, food and pro shop items.

Baker qualifying and more

Any time from now until the end of the bowling season for just $10 per team, ($2 bucks per person) can bowl when lanes are available to qualify for the Baker Qualifier event. First place will pay $1,000. See the center for details.

Other upcoming tournaments:

* Adult child, April 14, 10 a.m.

* Year-end league event tournaments; Friday April 27, 9-pot;  Tuesday May 1, Bingo; Wednesday May 2 brackets; Thursday May 3, Poker

In the leagues

With all the other news, no team standings this week, but here are the high scores from each league:

* ASD I Remodeling Tour Trials: Anita Dilsaver, 232, 646; Justin McCarney, 226, 638; Scott Kidd, 637; Chris Bagrowski, 631; Nate Henschen 256, 630; Mickey Higham 268; Mike Lease, 245.

* Ladies Major: Pancha Melendrez, 225, 638; Yogi Wammes, 205, 593; Heather Blanco, 629; Anita Dilsaver, 237, 624; Maryann Dimick, 621; Krissy Anderson, 245; Carrie Derr, 241.

* Elks: Men: Gary Wachter, 686 Jordan Franks, 246, 681; Lucas Jenne, 257, 656; Roger Pierstorff, 636; Kent Vollmar, 268; Orin Prosser, 257; Women: Yogi Wammes, 227, 623; Dawn Poirier, 190. 530; Sam Wiley 526; Bonnie Carrington, 518; Mallory Fritz, 193; Violet Courtney, 192.

* American: Roger Pierstorff, 279, 748; Mickey Higham, 692; Jay Samelak, 685; Kyle Waynick, 279, 684; Brian Dimick, 667; Brian Knapp, 267; Richard Koontz Jr. 266; Ron Steinman Jr. 264.

* Eagles: Mike Metzger, 248, 704; Michael Wachter, 692; Roger Pierstorff, 684; John Emmerich, 693′ Ryan Spangenberg, 678; Doug Trumbull, 269; Brian Murray, 260; Rod Roth, 258; Jeff Zuhlsdorf, 255.

* Randy Miller Doubles: Shaun Crusa, 247, 898; Kyle Waynick, 855; Kris Kolk, 245, 838; Jeff Sayre, 814; Gene Van de Velde, 802; Rusty Henderson, 258; Jim Grames Jr. 242; Bill Wammes, 236.

* Farm: Paul Kockowski, 625; Chris Wells, 216, 606; Pancha Melendrez, 258, 599; Todd Walters, 574; Don Bechstein 221, 571; Damon Bechstein, 217

* Vehtek 2nd Shifters: Men: Jake Wint 247, 665; Charles Beason, 249. 633′ Bobby Roby, 568; Dylan Keane, 232; Women: Destiny Middlebrooks, 97, 279

* Tuesday Coffee: Julie Thayer, 178, 311; Cathy Lowry, 306; Phyllis Morelan, 161, 297; Marie Feehan, 162, 294; Doris Christensen, 163, 286; Becky Dunn, 169,

* Bobcat 2 a Days: Boys: Clayton Genson. 209. 552′ Collin Fahey. 214. 520; Jerrad Main, 455; Miguel Lorenzen, 164; Girls: Kaitlyn Roeser, 121, 323; Sophie Kepling, 130, 301.

* Rally’s Junior All Stars: Boys: Conner Main, 117, 321; Ayden Schroeder, 127, 314; Easton Duncan, 111, 293; Girls: Keira Schroeder, 55, 132.

* Fantasy Doubles: Crusa-Wint 1,329; King-Dimick, 506, 1,297; Steinman-Steinman, 462, 1,275; Henschen-Wood, 469.

 

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