Underwood collects fourth NABI title with tour victory at Bowie

Deborah Underwood of Clinton, Md., collected her fourth career National Amateur Bowlers (NABI) title when she won the Baltimore/Washington Region NABI Tournament conducted at AMF Bowie (Md.) Lanes on Nov. 17-18.

It took a handicap series score of 642 or higher in the semifinals for the top five bowlers to advance to the stepladder finals.

In match 1 of the stepladder finals, fourth seeded Joseph Murphy, Hollywood, Md., stopped fifth seeded Diane Miller, Landover, Md., from advancing, 243-223. Miller picked up $140 for 5th place. Murphy over third seeded Gerald Jones, Frederick, Md., 187-181, in match 2. Jones bagged $170 for 4th place. Second seeded Underwood beat Murphy, 183-168, in match 3. Murphy was paid $220 for 3rd place.

Underwood was victorious over top seeded Larry Glaspie, Lanham, Md., in the championship game, 223-191. Underwood took the top prize of $500, received a championship jacket with a paid entry into the 2002 NABI National Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas, Nev., and secured reserved seating to the Tournament of Champions Banquet. Glaspie netted $230 for 2nd place.

“It feels good to win again,” stated Underwood. “What helped me win this title was that my ball held the line throughout the match and I converted my spares.”

Other cashers: Everett Carter, Mitchellville, Md., 636, 6th place $100; Robert Underwood, Clinton, Md., 623, 7th place $95; Joseph Ward IV, Forestville, Md., 614, 8th place $85; Winyoo Kessri, Springfield, Va., 610, 9th place $80; Michael Cordes, McDaniel, Md., 593, 10th place $75; Ronald Burton, Baltimore, Md., 582, 11th place $70; Marcia Glaspie, Lanham, Md., 580, 12th place $65; Deithrea Ivory and Michael Thomas, both from Upper Marlboro, Md., tied for 13th place with a handicap series score of 576, $57 each; Janet Workman, Waldorf, Md., 574, 15th place $53; Deborah Stump, Beltsville, Md., 571, 16th place $50; and Ron Workman, Waldorf, Md., 535, 17th place $49.


Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocala, Fla., was cool and collective in displaying total control of his body flow when he won his 34th career National Tour title at the Professional Bowlers Association Cincinnati Classic hosted by the Super Bowl in Erlanger, Ky., Nov. 7-11. The win helped Williams tie Mark Roth, Spring Lake, N.J., for second place on the PBA’s All-Time Win List.

In the Wild Card match, Doug Kent, Newark, N.Y. the wild card qualifier, eliminated Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., from further competition, 216-194. Chris pocketed $9,000 for his 5th place finish. In the first semifinal match, Mike Machuga, Erie, Pa., edged past Rick Steelsmith, Wichita, Kan., by just two pins, 205-203. In the second semifinal match, Williams blasted Kent, 289-213. Kent and Steelsmith tied for 3rd place, $10,000 each.

In a battle of the experienced player versus the new, Williams lashed rookie Machuga, 247-194, in the title match. Williams collected $40,000 for his championship performance and Machuga settled for the 2nd place check worth $20,000.

“I’m amazed. It feels great to accomplish this feat,” said Williams. “I still don’t consider what I have accomplished comparable to Roth’s achievements but I guess it’s pretty good.”

Williams needs only seven more titles to tie Earl Anthony for the top spot on the All-Time Win List.

“It is almost like comparing apples to oranges,” remarked Williams. “Anthony did that in 14 years and I’ve already been out here 19 years. But I guess when you look at the stats, Anthony won his 34th title when he was 43, a year older than me, and he was Player of the Year three times when he was in his 40s so I guess it is a possibility.”

George Branham III, Indianapolis, Ind., rolled a perfect “300” game during the tournament.

Single-elimination round cashers (with hometown, match play record and average). 6th-8th place: Robert Smith, Simi Valley, Calif., 7-6, 228.42; Lee Johnson, Bloomington, Ind., 8-5, 223.94; and Jack Jurek, Lackawanna, N.Y., 6-5, 208.83, $5,000 each. 9th-16th place: Richard, Wolfe, Vienna, Va., 3-4, 216.72; John May, Lincolnton, N.C., 4-5, 220.07; Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 4-5, 225.22; Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., 5-5, 218.86; Jason Hurd, Titusville, Fla., 4-4, 224.42; Chris Sand, Chesterfield, Mich., 5-4, 221.11; Justin Hromek, Towanda, Kan., 5-5, 215.93; and Patrick Healey Jr., Mexico City, Mexico, 4-3, 217.24, $3,500 each. 17th-32nd place: Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 0-3, 214.81; Chris Barnes, Dallas, Texas, 0-3, 220.52; Steve Hoskins, Tarpon Springs, Fla., 2-3, 224.86; Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 2-3, 223.86; Danny Wiseman, Baltimore, Md., 0-3, 217.38; Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 1-3, 219.36; Eric Forkel, Northridge, Calif., 1-3, 215.63; Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., 2-3, 219.65; Dave Billings, Portland, Ore., 2-3, 224.04; Tommy Delutz Jr., Flushing, N.Y., 2-3, 215.47; Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 1-3, 212.31; Mike Aulby, Indianapolis, Ind., 0-3, 209.00; George Branham III, 1-3, 210.09; Kip Roberts, Mechanicsville, Va., 1-3, 214.00; and Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 1-3, 215.31, $2,250 each.

Other cashers (with total pinfall and average). 33rd-64th place: Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore., 3856, 214.22; Steve Jaros, Bolingbrook, Ill., 3836, 213.11; Johnny Petraglia, Manalapan, N.J., 3827, 212.61; Dave D’Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 3824, 212.44; Ron Scheucher, Muskego, Wis., 3816, 212.00; Gary Hulsenberg, Incline Village, Nev., 3814, 211.89; Brian LeClair, Chatham, N.Y., 3790, 210.56; Warren Guernsey, Cobleskill, N.Y., 3788, 210.44; Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 3777, 209.83; Jack Laffey, Indianapolis, Ind., 3775, 209.72; Brian Himmler, Cincinnati, Ohio, 3766, 209.22; Paul Fleming, Bedford, Texas, 3763, 209.06; Mark Mosayebi, Charlotte, N.C., 3758, 208.78; Bob Learn Jr., Erie Pa., 3750,. 208.33; Don DuPree II, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., 3743, 207.94; Chris Hayden, Tampa, Fla., 3738, 207.67; Gregg Zicha, Glen Ellyn, Ill., 3727, 207.06; Paul Koehler, Stuart, Fla., 3725, 206.94; Paul Masminster, Dayton, Ky., 3716, 206.44; Jason Duran, Greenly, Colo., 3712, 206.22; Riga Kalfas, Florence, Ky., 3710, 206.11; Bob Glass, Lawrence, Kan., 3704, 205.78; Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., 3702, 205.67; Jason Queen, Oreana, Ill., 3689, 204.94; Del Ballard Jr., North Richland Hills, Texas, 3686, 204.78; Dave Arnold, Reno, Nev., 3670, 203.89; R.D. Miller, Danville, Fla., 3667, 203.72; Jeff Lizzi, Sandusky, Ohio, 3640, 202.22; Curtis Woods Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif., 3618, 201.00; Brian Voss, Atlanta, Ga., 3612, 200.67; Ken Fishman, Lutz, Fla., 3559, 197.72; and Rudy Kasimakis, Gouldsboro, Pa., 3476, 193.11, $1,000 each.


Tommy Delutz Jr., Flushing, N.Y., survived a nail-biting championship match to win his second career Professional Bowlers Association National Tour title in the Long Island Open at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., on Nov. 18.

The qualifying round and single-elimination matches were held at AMF Syosset (N.Y.) Lanes, Nov. 14-17, on wooden lanes with a change of venue for the title game to the Mohegan Sun Cassino-Hotel-Arena on synthetic lanes.

Wild card qualifier Delutz was able to string a five-bagger (5-strikes in-a-row) starting in the 6th frame of the opening match to triumph over Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 238-218, and advance to the semifinals. Duke left with $9,000 for 5th place. In the first semifinal match Chris Barnes, Dallas, Texas, found the right combination of ball rotation and speed to sweep the rack of pins from the lanes quicker than his opponent, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocola, Fla. Barnes put together a seven-bagger starting in his 6th frame while Willams began his five bagger in the 8th frame. Barnes smoked Williams, 247-213. In the second semifinal match, Delutz continued to pound the pocket and sent Tony Reyes, San Jose, Calif., to the sidelines, 248-216. Reyes and Williams tied for 3rd place, $10,000 each.

The championship match between Barnes and Delutz was great. Barnes took charge of the match from the get-go and held the lead through the first five frames. Although Delutz’s ball was hitting the pocket, he just couldn’t get enough carry and had to settle for spares in his second, fourth and fifth frames. In bowling, the “anything can happen” phrase came true as the tables turned with Barnes finding himself in the predicament of being unable to strike while Delutz took over the lead when he rolled a four-bagger in the 6th through the 9th frames. Going into the 10th frame, Delutz needed a strike and a nine-count on the next shot to take the title. When he left the dreaded 7-10 split on his pocket shot, you could hear gasps from the spectators. The door was open for Barnes. Delutz settled for getting just one pin on his fill ball and had to sit down and wait for his opponent to finish the match. Barnes controlled his own destiny as he stepped up on the approach to complete the match. The three-time champion needed, as a minimum, a spare and strike to capture his second win of the season. His first ball left the 10-pin which he converted. Everything rested on his next shot. Barnes appeared to be more focused during his delivery and looked really confident as his ball hit its mark down the lane. However, Barnes put too much oomph (speed) on his delivery and the ball slid further down the lane before breaking into the pocket, coming in too deep behind the head pin leaving the 2, 4 and 5 pins standing. When Barnes saw he errored with his delivery the disappointment clearly registered in his facial expression. The miscue allowed Delutz to claim the title by a two pin margin over Barnes, 215-213. Delutz garnered $40,000 for the win and Barnes went home with $20,000 for 2nd place.

“After so many weeks of bowling this format, when people have needed a hit against me to win, they’ve got it every time,” said Delutz. “I think I’ve saved up all my breaks until today. But, Barnes is one of the top three bowlers in the world. I never expected to catch that kind of break against him.”

Tommy Delutz Jr. was the only contestant to roll a perfect “300” game during the tournament.

Single-elimination round cashers (with hometown, match play record and average). 6th-8th place: Jeff Lizzi, Sandusky, Ohio, 6-4, 214.18; Patrick Healey Jr., Mexico City, Mexico, 7-6, 223.03; and Ray Edwards, Middle Island, N.Y., 8-4, 214.67, $5,000 each. 9th-16th place: David Traber, Woodstock, Ill., 4-4, 227.81; Jason Hurd, Titusville, Fla., 3-5, 217.58; Justin Hromek, Towanda, Kan., 3-4, 214.68; Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3-4, 214.16; Sam Maccarone, Glassboro, N.Y., 4-3, 207.28; Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 4-4, 212.81; Rick Lawrence, Waxahachie, Texas, 3-3, 212.42; and Michael Haugen Jr., Victorville, Calif., 4-5, 205.52, $3,500 each. 17th-32nd place: Danny Wiseman, Baltimore, Md., 1-3, 220.77; John May, Iron Station, N.C., 2-3, 223.87; Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 0-3, 220.43; Steve Hoskins, Tarpon Springs, Fla., 1-3, 215.86; Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 0-3, 213.29; Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., 0-3, 218.67; Curtis Woods Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif., 1-3, 213.86; Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., 1-3, 212.86; Robert Smith, Simi Valley, Calif., 2-3, 215.17; Brian Himmler, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2-3, 214.00; Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., 1-3, 215.14; Mark Mosayebi, Charlotte, N.C., 0-3, 211.71; Jason Duran, Greely, Colo., 0-3, 209.24; David Ozio, Beaumont, Texas, 2-3, 213.87; Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., 1-3, 210.32; and Amleto Monacelli, Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 1-3, 214.05, $2,250 each.

Other cashers (with hometown, total pinfall and average). 33rd-64th place: Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 3780, 210.00; Rohn Morton, Vancouver, Wash., 3775, 209.72; Tommy Jones, Greenville, S.C., 3769, 209.39; Kip Roberts, Mechanicsville, Va., 3764, 209.11; Steve Jaros, Bolingbrook, Ill., 3763, 209.06; George Branham III, Indianapolis, Ind., and Richard Wolfe, Vienna, Va., tied with a total pinfall of 3758 and 208.78 average; Kurt Pilon, Warren, Mich., 3741, 207.83; Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 3734, 207.44; Jack Laffey, Indianapolis, Ind., 3726, 207.00; Ricky Ward, North Fort Myers, Fla., 3721, 206.72; Brian LeClair, Chatham, N.Y., and Rick Steelsmith, Wichita, Kan., tied with a total pinfall of 3717 and 206.50 average; Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 3677, 204.28; Alex Cavagnaro, North Massapequa, N.Y., 3673, 204.06; Michael Eaton Jr., Wyoming, Mich., 3671, 203.94; Jack Jurek, Lackawanna, N.Y., 3662, 203.44; James Wallace, North Babylon, N.Y., 3660, 203.33; Chris Hans, Christiansburg, Va., 3658, 203.22; Gary Hulsenburg, Incline Village, Nev., 3644, 202.44; Eric Forkel, Northridge, Calif., 3639, 202.17; Tom Baker, Buffalo, N.Y., 3638, 202.11; Jim Tomek Jr., Camp Hill, Pa., 3625, 201.39; Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., 3608, 200.44; Paul Fleming, Bedford, Texas, 3606, 200.33; Brian Ziesig, Levittown, N.Y., 3603, 200.17; Jim Lewis, Waldorf, Md., 3580, 198.89; Ron Palombi Jr., Erie, Pa., 3551, 197.28; Ray Szajko, South Bend, Ind., 3512, 195.11; Norm Titus, Sebring, Fla., 3505, 194.72; Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 3503, 194.61; and Dave D’Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 3108, WD, $1,000 each.


The Women’s International Bowling Congress announced two new rules have been added for the WIBC Queens and Senior Queens Tournaments.

WIBC also announced the use of Sport Bowling lane conditions in both tournaments. The additions will take effect starting with the 2002 tournaments scheduled for May 6-10 in Milwaukee, Wis.

First among the rule changes is a new entry deadline of 6 p.m. (CDT) May 5 for both tournaments. Previously bowlers had been allowed to submit entries until approximately one hour before the start of each tournament.

The second new rule states that during competition players may not accept coaching by representatives of bowling ball manufacturers. Competition begins with practice during qualifying, match play and the finals.

The Sport Bowling program provides participants with an increased challenge by placing more emphasis on accuracy, solid technique and spare shooting. As in previous years, practice conditions and tournament conditions will be the same.

WIBC will mail information on Sport Bowling conditions to all participants. Graphs and additional information also will be available onsite at AMF Bowlero, the 2002 Queens and Senior Queens Tournament center.

“The Queens and Senior Queens have been growing and developing each year,” WIBC Executive Director Roseann Kuhn explained. “These new regulations will elevate the level of play and enhance competition during the tournament for all participants.”

“The lane condition used during the Queens and Senior Queens has been very near the Sport Bowling condition in the past,” stated Kuhn. “So this change should not be significant to those who have competed in the past. These two tournaments are the most prestigious for women’s bowling and should be bowled on these challenging conditions.”

The WIBC Queens Tournament, open to all amateur and professional WIBC members, is recognized as the most prestigious event in women’s bowling. The WIBC Senior Queens Tournament is open to all WIBC members age 55 and older.


A Pro-Am Tournament, open to all bowlers regardless of age or gender, will be held on Dec. 7 prior to the start of the Professional Bowlers Southern Region Senior Open, Dec. 8-9, at the Stafford Green.

This is an excellent opportunity for youth bowlers to bowl with the highly experienced professionals or to observe their tournament performance.

For additional informatiion, telephone the Stafford Green at (540) 657-1700.


Comments, questions or recommendations concerning this column are welcome. Telephone Ted Gruszkowski at (703) 590-2444.


The following tournaments are scheduled for the month of December:

The Women’s All-Star Association has scheduled three events at Bowlerama, New Castle, Del., Dec. 1. The tournaments are the Storm-Tournament of WASA Champions; Stewart’s Pro Shop Annual Sweeper; and High Roller/Golden Girls Classic. For more information, telephone the WASA Tournament Director at (914) 631-6156.

NABI Tournament will be held at the Fort Meade (Md.) Bowling Center, Dec. 1-2. Squads are scheduled for 2 and 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 1; and at noon on Dec. 2, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (301) 677-5541.

PBA National Resident Pro Championship will be conducted at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev., Dec. 4-6. For more information, telephone the PBA Eastern Regional Director at (315) 253-2527 or the PBA Southern Regional Director at (843) 588-2866.

PBA Southern Region Senior Open will be hosted by Stafford (Va.) Green Lanes, Dec. 7-9. For more information, telephone the PBA Southern Regional Director at (843) 588-2866.

PBA Southern Region Open is programmed for Northside Lanes, North Augusta, S.C., Dec. 7-9. For more information, telephone the PBA Southern Regional Director at (843) 588-2866.

NABI Tournament has been slated for AMF Ritchie Lanes, Glen Burnie, Md., Dec. 8-9. Squads are scheduled for 1 and 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 8; and at noon on Dec. 9, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (410) 761-3800.

The 17th Annual Senior Adult Holiday Doubles Tournament will be held at Bowl America Shirley, Alexandria, Va., Dec. 14, starting at 12:15 p.m. Early registration ends on Dec. 12. For additional information, telephone the Bowling Center at (703) 354-3300.

PBA Eastern Region Open has been booked at Strikemaster Lanes, Seaford, Del., Dec. 14-16. For more information, telephone the PBA Eastern Regional Director at (315) 253-2527.

PBA Southern Region Doubles Tournament is set for Countryside Lanes, Clearwater, Fla., Dec. 14-16. For additional information, telephone the PBA Southern Regional Director at (843) 588-2866.

NABI Tournament will be hosted by AMF Alexandria (Va.) Lanes, Dec. 15-16. Squads are scheduled for 1 and 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 15; and at noon on Dec. 16, wth the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (703) 765-3633.

PBA Eastern Region Open and Senior Open Tournaments will be conducted simultaneously at the Bowlers Club, Latham, N.Y., Dec. 21-23. For more information, telephone the PBA Eastern Regional Director at (315) 253-2527.

NABI Year End & Inner Circle Club Tournament with a guaranteed $3,000 prize for first place is scheduled for the Crofton Bowling Center, Dec. 29, 2001-Jan. 1, 2002. Squads are scheduled for 1 and 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 29-31; and at noon on Jan. 1, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (301) 261-6670.


The weekly high scores bowled in league competition are published below:


Kings & Queens. Men: Doug Woodberry 246-234-205-685; Earl Cephas 214; Jerry Hall 204; Martin Allen 199; Gary Guzman 199; Joe Wright 197. Women: Terry Hall 197-579; Sheila Cephas 534; Janice Burlovich 202-526; Penny Woodberry 513; Janet Harrison 510; Patty Dymond 179.

Woodchoppers (Nov. 13). Men: Dustin Payne 243-214-639; Wallace Phillips 193-198-571; Kerry Shilling 222-563; Thomas Aloi 194-203-555: Richard Martin 224; Johnny Wilson 210; Ernie Huizar 193. Women: Debbie Imhoff 168-187-207-562; Beverely Hargrove 202-152-181-535; Deborah Steele 174-198-520; Sonya Wilson 182-151-160-493; Eva Hatch 165-158-161-484; Carole Nord 189.

Woodchoppers (Nov. 20). Men: Dustin Payne 217-233-245-695; Fred Trace 232-211-614; Thomas Aloi 191-190-203-593; Pieter Imhoff 245-590; Wallace Phillips 205-213-572. Women: Debi Imhoff 278-186-611; Debroah Steele 185-198-159-542; Carole Nord 187-178-166-531; Eva Hatch 173-170-163-506; Sonya Wilson 176-181-493; Erma Huizar 188; Andrea Roscoe 188.

Strikes, Spares & Mrs. Suzanne Lance 190-233-200-623; Laura Beimler 156-235-191-582; Debbie Steele 170-174-190-534; Glenda Jones 177-170-157-504; Doris Lenyon 182-178-502; Sharon Bracich 190; Joyce Castro 185; Lisa Carrino 181; Donna Koczot-Grant 180; Barbara Frinks 173.

Thursday Seniors. Man: Louis Achille 199. Women: Jean Brown 166; Alice Wilkie 161.

Original Thursday. Men: Martin Toman 238-247-238-723; Douglas Ruzicka 232-216-247-695; Richard Michell 192-227-194-613; Ralph Grubb 225-221-598; Louis Achille 219-208-597. Women: Michelle O’Brien 199-257-179-635; Marianne Grecek 164-200-200-564; Tanya Zinda 167-185-191-543; Sheryl Post 193-197-530; Patricia Watt 150-197-171-518; Alice Kelz 217.

Quantico Thursday. Men: George Runkle 565; Dave Thomen 214-550; Dan Bolas 234; Ray Porter 204. Women: Bonnie Thomen 153-175-162-490; Maureen Simon 156-166-459; Morily Love-Cody 170; Brenda Horn 167; Edna Abbott 154; Deb Bolas 154; Janet Larsen 153.

Keglers. Men: Kevin Woodfork 235-213-619; Frank Schiavone 201-224-608; Bart Chapek 223-602; Johnny Wilson 208-200-597; Charlie Dobratz 212-224-596; Larry Hapner 233-596; Rick Carroll 221; James Moore 220; Tom Breen Jr. 214; Erv Raines 202; Tom Breen Sr. 200. Women: Deb Imhoff 168-233-235-636; Cheryl Sneed 160-156-180-496; Sonya Wilson 157-176-158-491; Paula Seeley 174-171-479; Anne Carroll 155-181-468; Sherry Rhoads 181; Kathy Shaw 170; Ellen Hapner 168; Adrienne Raines 166; Maris Gutshall 164.

Special Guys. Men: Marc Lopretto 104-148-130-379; Steven Margolies 153-90-104-347. Women: Michelle Lorenz 151-116-111-378; Danielle Lorenz 93.

Preps, Youth. Boys: Steven Lee 171-137-170-478; Peter Lujan 164-142-142-448; Jeremy Stokes 113-115-124-352. Girls: Allyson Fair 105-132-138-375; Allysa Mark 85-105-114-304; Becky Haskins 115-94-90-299.

Juniors, Youth. Boys: Matt Dillon 132-159-135-426; Ryan Rowell 153-137-401; Keith French 131-146-396; Grant Fisher 150. Girls: Melissa Fletcher 134-198-447; Letisha Giggetts 143-147-402.

Majors, Youth. Boys: Jon Merrill 158-235-172-565; Robert Demsko 175-200-164-539; Will Moon 190-171-144-505; Chris Lovitt 186-141-174-501; Joe Illidge 145-169-413; Jeff Moon 191; Chris Matthews 180. Girls: Dawn Fletcher 152-197-206-555; Amy Stewart 175-172-463; Tina Hodges 172; Dawn Demsko 164.


Sunday Night Mixers. Men: Al Massey 252-203-201-656; Skip Barg 278-202-655; Dave Elswick 258-207-635; Travis Lewis 242-210-626; Jim Stepanich 243-608. Women: Janet Harrison 259-631; Janice Cephas 212-566; Sheila Cephas 205-553; B.J. Scott 546; Brenda Diaz 211-519; Elsie Burton 212.

Monday Early. Men: Al Wood 235-224-641; Ray Noel 256-202-640; Matt Pomeroy 209-223-208-640; Steve Steiner 235-209-628; Mike Bones 257; John Sims Jr. 232; Jeff Schweiger 227. Women: Rebecca Toman 185-245-211-641; Verna Swift 174-236-193-603; Penny Smith 165-173-226-564; Linda Chappell 199; Marcia Sessions 197; Maurine Wood 187.

Dale City Men’s Commerical. Mark Glover 289-245-231-765; P.J. Childers 255-257-247-729; Doug Knoth Jr. 237-279-202-718; Mike Campbell 224-244-239-707; Jason Phillips 234-256-215-705; Keith Painter 278; Joe Miller 268; Glenn Keffer 266; John Zentner 266; Ray Clark 264.

Woodbridge Area High School Students. Boys: Justin McGuire 223-210-221-654; Rob Rowe 214-235-205-654; Mike Vance 209-144-176-529; Shane Clawson 179-191-156-526; Chris England 175-179-166-520; Andrew Mellon 200; Kenneth Stone 195; Jeremy Davis 167; Bobby Mason 162; Antonio Paige 162. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 226-115-225-566; Liz White 148-193-207-548; Jessica Spalding 156-188-191-535; Kristina Murphy 126-122-158-406; Jessica LeCompte 116-119-130-365; Brittany Hoban 137; Felicia Cavender 129.

Thursday Early. Men: Gene Holleman 255-245-192-692; Terry Peck 267-221-673; Rick Collins 212-232-626; Don Mallow 246-599; Brad Strickland 215-206-596; Todd Adcock 244; Walter Hicks 233; Mike Scardina 224; Danny Sams 219; Tony Karnas 217. Women: Rita Wilson 214-190-173-577; Val Greer 194-194-178-566; Jackie King 185-185-189-559; Barbara Peters 193-182-183-558; Miss Strickland 189-177-183-549; Terri Spenceley 211; Nancy Johnson 202; Lynda Watkins 189; Lele Casdorph 183; Jodi Hale 183.

Friday Early. Men: Steve Stepanick 244-250-258-752; Mike Campbell 239-258-217-714; Rick Wheeler 234-234-236-704; Scott Dibble 265-247-666; Bruce McClung 218-236-202-656; Brian Blatt 266; James Smith 247; Billy Eckert 244; Steve Rainwater 242. Women: Dee Simpson 181-190-213-583; Betty Hodgson 197-156-210-563; Donna Sue Eckert 211-171-180-562; Renee Sullivan 173-211-171-555; Crystal Pendleton 221; Nan Hakenson 198; Clarice Morris 197; Theresa Castle 194.

Nightengales. Men: Gary Brauzer 266-692; Buck Schuckman 661; Lynn Wilson 248-657; Bob Foor 646; Fred Brown 235; Lec Sist 235. Women: Nan Hakenson 540; Judy Poppe 201-540; Cat Parker 204.

Starlighters. Men: Jerry Alumbaugh 195-259-267-721; John Fillis 256-216-223-695; Phillip Reynolds 210-234-237-681; Butch McCulloch 210-246-630; Jim Reeve 192-267-621; Brad Strickland 235; Joey Perry 230; Chris Hatcher 225; John Hoban Sr. 224; Andrew Bathwaite 223. Women: Melissa Strickland 194-202-211-607; Kathy Phillips 191-169-202-562; Barbara Gutridge 168-210-177-555; Donna Sisson 202-176-160-538; Brenda Haulton 210-170-529; Debbie Reynolds 222; Brenda Brown 212; Naomi Snell 211; Friz Anderson 205; Jill Fillis 203.

Woodbridge Area Middle School Students. Boys: Trey Jefferson 160-109-146-415; Joey Webb 153-136-154-443; Justin Swithenbank 172-150-118-440; Steve Rose 106-78-74-258; Randall Gresham 51-40-68-159; Gavin Kye 58-45-30-133. Girls: Kimberly Brown 125-125-125-375; Courtney Alwine 92-132-102-326; Jo Anna Hoffman 89-97-93-279; Julie Heap 111-55-70-236.

Tiny Tots, Youth. Boy: Michael Bache 74-104-178. Girls: Alexis Strickland 66-88-154; Lacey Toombs 77-67-144; Grace Miller 61-65-126; Desteny Earle 51-67-118.

Tigers, Youth. Boys: Tyler Lucas 92-141-101-334; Connor Rubel 34-57-75-166; Ryan Flippo 57-48-44-149. Girls: Larissa Schaufele 92-96-132-320; Sara Starr 112-88-86-286; Rhianna Faucette 95-84-69-248; Heather Jenkins 76-92-65-233; Ashley Collins 67-60-63-190.

Superstars, Youth. Boys: Trey Jefferson 192-160-168-520; Bubba Strickland 112-175-168-455; Steven Haulton 148-161-113-422; Kyle Sullivan 118-112-96-326; Stephen Carter 125-113-82-320; Justin Blair 122; Erique Perry 111; Billy Vulla 104; Kenny Smith 98. Girls: Kimberly Brown 135-147-136-418; Eric Faucette 136-126-155-417; Nicole Fillis 161-119-111-391; Devon Ward 121-107-136-364; Sarah Parker 105-123-120-348; Jordan Peters 160; Courtney Alwine 119; Puanani Aquino 111; Allison Strickland 92.

Excitement, Youth. Boys: Buddy Grimsley 172-179-166-517; J.J. Phillips 129-137-186-452; Jay Griffith 137-124-152-413; T.J. Cowgill 142-99-100-341; Nathan Brown 102-96-131-329. Girls: Steph Mindzak 160-141-169-470; Nikki Vance 118-158-161-437; Courtney Dymond 131-142-137-410; Sarah Stone 153-125-103-381; Robyn Miller 108-135-94-337.

Rollers, Youth. Boys: Justin McGuire 153-237-244-634; Shane Clawson 208-225-199-632; Rob Rowe 186-209-195-590; Mike Vance 237-149-147-533; Ralph Miller IV 204-158-163-525; Drake Ward 210; Jeremy Davis 187; Chris Folks 185; Steven Meikle 165; Kenneth Stone 156. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 164-204-154-522; Lauren Hicks 149-173-187-509; Melissa Murphy 127-150-171-448; Nicole Hall 148-152-143-443; Jessica Spalding 157-166-113-436; Dianna Pierce 172; Brittany Hoban 149; Felicia Cavender 142; Kristina Murphy 130; Kari Root 130.

Tyke Force, Youth. Boys: Jeremiah Watson 64-71-135; Christian Yanez 60-73-133; Brandon Cole 65-66-131; Michael Lipscomb 40-80-120.

Alley Oops, Youth. Boys: Desmond Carter 95-101-114-310; Cozell Wingers 74-119-90-283; Brandon Middleton 80-102-81-263; Anthony Newbill 83-96-79-258; Austin Hurlbrink 80-77-94-251; Jackson Crisler 96; Brandon Watson 87; Vincent Cruz 83; Zachary Knight 82; John Fillis Jr. 77. Girls: Michelle Fillis 130-107-145-382; Rebecca Bellinger 101-95-102-298; Colleen Hoffman 77-70-75-222; Brandi Swithenbank 66-75-77-218; Whitney Hurlbrink 55-61-57-173; Jessica Fillis 61; Kelsey Easterday 57.

Spare Breaks, Youth. Boys: Trey Jefferson 110-181-197-488; Steven Haulton 120-198-132-450; Patrick Waller 166-122-127-415; Shawn Owen 144-137-133-414; Sean Crookston 134-136-120-390; Ben Easterday 133; Mitch Swift 133; Logan Bailey 132; Erique Perry 128; Robbie Hurlbrink 123. Girls: Nicolle Fillis 141-177-156-474; Jo Anna Hoffman 108-89-125-322; Danielle Clark 99-121-96-316; LeKeya Newbill 85-108-122-315; Rachael Fulton 87-94-111-292; Hope Hurlbrink 116; Brittany Cole 108; Caitlen Howell 102; Julie Heap 94.

Spares & Strikes, Youth. Boys: C.J. Stecher 205-177-205-587; Steven Blevins 177-160-158-495; Demonte Spence 184-160-143-487; Allen Windsor 143-169-164-476; Jared Strawdermen 158-144-144-446; Kevin Harrah 176; Joshwin Owen 164; David Clager 160; Andrew Green 148; David Soetekouw 139. Girls: Samantha Gruszkowski 132-133-160-425; Erin McCreesh 138-130-146-414; Crystal McGuire 146-136-121-403; Angel McGuire 121-93-143-357; Rebecca Lackey 108-121-109-338.

Strike Force, Youth. Boys: Adam Farnsworth 194-234-164-592; Justin McGuire 189-138-224-551; Rob Rowe 183-172-191-546; David Bledsoe 173-174-173-520; Matt Lawson 214-123-116-453; Will Wilson 164; Antonio Page 158; Jeremy Atkinson 155; William Caison 127. Girls:Tiffanie Hegerty 168-178-202-548; Melissa McAfee 102-127-111-340; Felicia Cavender 114-108-98-320; Rivannah Humphrey 85-121-103-309.


Garrisonville Girls. Kim Hood 172-193-173-538; Linda Chappell 164-172-197-533; Wanda Andrews 167-171-182-520; Kip Volkstadt 201; Shari Gathof 193; Debbie Henningsen 175.

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