Stump collects second career NABI title

Deborah Stump of Beltsville, Md., collected her second career National Amateur Bowlers (NABI) title when she won the Baltimore-Washington Region NABI Tournament hosted by AMF Bowie (Md.) Lanes on March 16-17.

It took a handicap series score of 648 or higher in the semifinals for the top five bowlers to advance to the finals.

In match 1 of the stepladder finals, fourth seeded Candace VanDyke, Waldorf, Md., and fifth seeded Mary Ann Mills, Davidsonville, Md., tied with score of 208, forcing a two frame (9th and 10th frames) roll-off to be bowled to break the deadlock. VanDyke edged past Mills, 37-35, to advance to the next match. Mills picked up $130 for her 5th place finish. In match 2, third seeded Stump sent VanDyke to the sidelines, 233-176. VanDyke was paid $135 for 4th place. Stump was victorious over Rodney VanDyke, Waldorf, Md., 243-235, in match 3. VanDyke went home with $220 for 3rd place.

The championship match between top seeded Michael Slatky, York, Pa., and Stump went down to the final frames. When Slatky couldnt convert the 4-9 split in the 9th frame it opened the door for Stump. Stump rolled a strike in her 9th frame and then converted her spare in the 10th frame to defeat Slatky, 199-183, to claim the $800 purse. Stump also 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.

“I was nervous at the beginning of the championship match,” stated Stump, a NABI member for over 5 years. “I wanted another title and I was up against the top seed. When Slatky opened in his 9th frame, I told myself to remain calm and just do my thing.”

Slatky netted $400 for 2nd place.

Other cashers: Marvin Kyle, Washington, D.C., 647, 6th place $100; Ella Wheaton, Rockville, Md., 645, 7th place $90; Marcia Glaspie, Lanham, Md., 642, 8th place $85; David Poole, Lusby, Md., 641, 9th place $80; Gordon Smith, Columbia, Md., 630, 10th place $75; Betty Mead, Arlington, Va., and Winyoo Kessri, Springfield, Va., tied for 11th place with a handicap series score of 622, $72 each; Cliff Lichtenberg, Lusby, Md., 612, 13th place $70; Amy Stewart, Bowie, Md., 608, 14th place $68; Diane Miller, Landover, Md., 583, 15th place $66; Michael Thomas, Upper Marlboro, Md., 577, 16th place $64; Robert Underwood, Clinton, Md., 569, 17th place $62; Jessica Stephens, Gaithersburg, Md., 563, 18th place $60; Gregory Edwards, Waldorf, Md., 559, 19th place $59; Henry White Jr., Brandywine, Md., 557, 20th place $57; Paul Rivers Jr., Fort Washington, Md., 550, 21st place $56; Joseph Murphy, Hollywood, Md., 547, 22nd place $55; Donald Thomas, Gaithersburg, Md., 532, 23rd place $53; and Michael Shaw, Owings Mills, Md., 529, 24th place $51.



Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., won his twenty-ninth career PBA National Tour title March 17, in the season-ending PBA Battle at Little Creek at Virginia Wesleyan Colleges Jane P. Batten Center.

Bohn drubbed Patrick Healey Jr., Mexico City, Mexico, in the title match, 279-212, and earned the $40,000 top prize. The win also moved Bohn past PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., into sole possession of fourth place on the all-time win list.

The 38-year-old threw the first nine strikes against Healey and was bidding for his second career televised 300 game before leaving the 7-pin standing in the 10th frame.

“Ive been there before,” said Bohn. “I just wanted to make a good shot. I missed it a little at the bottom of the swing. Id probably rate it a nine on a scale of 1 to 10. As I was watching it, I knew it either had to skid a little further or turn over. It did neither.”

Healey lost his ball reaction after the semifinals and couldnt sweep the pins off the lanes against Bohn. He struck only five times in the match and converted six spares, including the horrendous 2-4-8-10 split in the 8th frame.

“Its tough to try and play catch-up,” remarked Healey, who garnered $20,000 for 2nd place. “Parkers a great champion. When a guy like that sees an opportunity, he jumps on it. Thats exactly what he did today.”

Bohn finished with a tour-best five wins this season and $245,200. He also won 5-times in 1999 en route to PBA Player of the Year honors. Healey finished with his best season in four years on tour, earning $139,708 with three runner-up finishes.

But, as good as Bohn was in the final – he was just as lucky in the semifinals. He survived a close match with Brian LeClair, Athens, N.Y., 234-210.

In the other semifinal match, Healey lashed 3-time champion Robert Smith, Simi Valley, Calif., 263-224.

Smith and LeClair finished tied for 3rd place and received $10,000 apiece.

Single elimination round cashers (with hometown, match play win-loss record and average): 5th-8th place, Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 7-7, 222.50; Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocala, Fla., 7-3, 238.60; Mika Koivuniemi, Nurmijarv, Finland, 6-3, 246.78; and Eric Forkel, Northridge, Calif., 6-4, 215.27; $5,000 each. 9th-16th place, Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., 3-5, 205.88; Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 3-3, 237.50; Steve Hoskins, Tarpon Springs, Fla., 5-3, 220.25; Jeff Lizzi, Sandusky, Ohio, 3-4, 215.71; Jason Hurd, Titusville, Fla., 3-4, 222.14; Tony Reyes, San Jose, Calif., 5-5, 240.80; Danny Wiseman, Baltimore, Md., 4-3, 246.43; and Michael Haugen Jr., Victorville, Calif., 3-4, 237.00; $3,500 each. 17th-32nd place, Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., 1-3, 233.25; Chris Barnes, Dallas, Texas, 1-3, 235.00; Tommy Delutz Jr., Flushing, N.Y., 0-3, 193.67; Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 0-3, 226.67; Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 2-3, 230.60; Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., 1-3, 220.00; Brian Voss, Atlanta, Ga., 1-3, 225.50; Brian Himmler, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1-3, 210.25; Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 0-3, 220.33; Steve Jaros, Bolingbrook, Ill., 0-3, 235.67; Mike Aulby, Indianapolis, Ind., 0-3, 215.00; Doug Kent, Newark, N.Y., 0-3, 218.00; Amleto Monacelli, Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 2-3, 200.60; Mike Edwards, Oklahoma City, Okla., 0-3, 190.67; Dennis Horan Jr., Temecula, Calif., 1-3, 223.00; and Del Ballard Jr., North Richland Hills, Texas, 2-3, 227.00; $2,500 each.



The National Junior College Athletic Association Bowling Coachs Association inducted Brad Kiszewski of Erie Community College and Brian Graham of Vincennes University into its Hall of Fame during the bowling National Banquet festivities in the Ball Room of the Airport Holiday Inn in Cheektowaga, N.Y., on March 8.

Kiszewski bowled for Erie Community College from 1985 to 1987. He was a two-time All-American, the 1987 NJCAA all-events champion and a member for two NJCAA national championship teams and one collegiate national champion while at Erie.

After graduating from Erie he went on to bowl for Wichita State University and added two more National Collegiate All Tournament team selections to the one he had while at Erie.

In 1990, Kiszewski was the Professional Bowlers Association rookie of the year and went on to earn several PBA and American Bowling Congress honors including the 1997 and 1998 ABC Tournament team all-events titles.

Graham bowled for Vincennes University from 1991 to 1993. He was a two-time NJCAA All-American, bowled on two national championship teams and was a member of the national championship doubles team in 1992.

After graduating from Vincennes, Graham went on to earn All-American honors and win the 1994 Association of College Unions International all-events championship for the University of Nebraska. In 1997 he competed for TEAM USA and won a Federation Internationale des Quilleurs American Zone gold medal in singles and team and a bronze medal in trios.

After working for Turbo 2-N-1 Grips and Columbia, Graham now serves as the Director of Collegiate Bowling for College Bowling USA. He is in charge of marketing, communications, operations and the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships.



In a unique display of sportsmanship and competitive spirit among bowling ball manufacturers, AMF, Brunswick, Columbia 300 and Storm have renewed their mutual sponsorship of the Young American Bowling Alliance and the 2002 USA Junior Gold National Bowling Championships.

“It is fantastic that these four bowling ball manufacturers have agreed once again to show their support of youth bowling, the YABA, and the USA Junior Gold National Bowling Championships,” said YABA Executive Director Jim Zebehazy. “Their continued sponsorship is proof of their commitment to the future of our support.”

With this agreement, AMF, Brunswick, Columbia 300 and Storm each will have representatives at the 2002 USA Junior Gold National Bowling Championships, which will take place July 6-12 in Lakeland and Winter Haven, Fla. All four of the manufacturers will have opportunities to share their insights and tips on bowling equipment with the 1,000 or more youth athletes expected to participate. Representatives from the four companies also will take part in the tournaments opening ceremonies.



Entries for the 11th Annual Southeast Bowling Association Handicap Tournament, conducted by the Florida Space Coast Bowling Association, close Apr. 28.

The team event is scheduled for River Lanes in Titusville, Fla., with the doubles and singles events being held at Shore Lanes on Merritt Island, Fla.

An optional all-events handicap and scratch division is available.

Squads for the team event are scheduled for 10 a.m., 1:30 and 5:30 p.m., on May 25, June 1, 8, 15, (at 4 p.m. on June 21) 22 and 29; at 8:30 a.m., noon and 4 p.m. on May 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30.

Squads for the doubles and singles events are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., noon and 4 p.m. on May 25-26, June 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, (at 4 p.m. on June 21) 22-23 and 29-30.

For more information, telephone the Tournament Director at (321) 632-3942.


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 April:

PBA East Region Open is scheduled for Rockaway (N.J.) Lanes, Apr. 5-7. For more information, telephone the PBA East Regional Director at (315) 253-2527.

PBA South Ocean Springs (Miss.) Senior Open will be hosted by Ocean Lanes, Apr. 5-7. A Pro-Am Tournament is scheduled for Apr. 5. For more information on the Pro-Am event, telephone the Bowling Center at (228) 872-2695. For information on the Pro event, telephone the PBA South Regional Director at (843) 588-2866.

Womens All-Star Association Faball USA/Bowlers Supply-Deptford Open will be conducted at Brunswick Deptford (N.J.) Lanes on Apr. 6. For more information, telephone the WASA Tournament Director at (914) 631-6156.

Womens All-Star Association High Roller-Deptford Senior Open will be held at Brunswick Deptford (N.J.) Lanes on Apr. 6. For more information, telephone the WASA Tournament Director at (914) 631-6156.

NABI Tournament is scheduled for AMF Alexandria (Va.) Bowl, Apr. 6-7. Squads are scheduled for 1, 2:30 and 4 p.m. on Apr. 6; and at noon and 2 p.m. on Apr. 7, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (703) 765-3633.

Womens All-Star Association Brunswick Woodbury Open will be hosted by Brunswick Woodbury Lanes, Woodbury Heights, N.J., on Apr. 7. For more information, telephone the WASA Tournament Director at (914) 631-6156.

NABI Tournament will be held at AMF Bowie (Md.) Lanes, Apr. 13-14. Squads are scheduled for 1, 2:30 and 4 p.m. on Apr. 13; and at noon and 2 p.m. on Apr. 14, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (301) 262-5553.

PBA East Region Senior Open will be held at Port Watson Recreation, Cortland, N.Y., Apr. 19-21. For more information, telephone the PBA East Regional Director at (315) 253-2527.

NABI Tournament has been programmed for AMF Seminary Lanes, Alexandria, Va., Apr. 20-21. Squads are scheduled for 1, 2:30 and 4 p.m. on Apr. 20; and at noon and 2 p.m. on Apr. 21, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (703) 823-6200.

PBA East Region Open is scheduled for Shippensburg Park Lanes, Shippensburg, Pa., Apr. 26-28. For more information, telephone the PBA East Regional Director at (315) 253-2527.

NABI 3rd Anniversary Tournament with a guaranteed prize of $1,000 for first place will be hosted by the Fort Mead (Md.) Bowling Center, Apr. 27-28. Squads are scheduled noon, 1:30, 3, 4:30 and 6 p.m. on Apr. 27; and at 11 a.m., 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. on Apr. 28, with the semifinals to follow the last squad and finals immediately thereafter. The top eight bowlers will advance to the finals. For more information, telephone the Bowling Center at (301) 677-5541.


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


Kings & Queens. Men: Doug Woodberry 278-253-720; Earl Cephas 248-233-661; Kevin Gorisek 231-597; Daryl Sutton 221-581; Chris Gutshall 199-574; Martin Allen 221; Richard Scharp 213. Women: Janet Harrison 204-202-600; Janice Burlovich 201-199-559; Sheila Cephas 543; Linda Sarofim 188-525; Bonnie Guzman 194-520; Penny Woodberry 195.

Moonshiners. Men: Kenny Butler 237-289-208-734; Eric Stemmler 212-211-216-639; Steve Holt 268-204-632; Norman Dichard 211-220-193-624; Rich Michell 220-216-616; Boe Turner 227; Shane Peacher 226; Walter Sigler 214; Clif Fisher 214; Michael Calkins 212; Toney Hunter 212. Women: Debbie Steele 196-180-178-554; Sharon Shields 164-181-199-544; Paula Miller 198-176-159-533; Pamela Dyer 196-161-172-529; Linda Smith 178-161-189-528; Jo Petty 215; Yvette Gaines 205; Marlene Betts 188; Sally Fisher 181; Denise Buckner 180; Nan Hakenson 180; Pat Moseley 180.

Strikes, Spares & Mrs. Debbie Steele 180-154-259-593; Donna Koczot-Grant 168-180-195-543; Lisa Carrino 160-161-213-534; Laura Beimler 165-174-193-532; Doris Lenyon 168-175-180-523; Judy McGee 202; Tina Cech 192; Nancy Higgins 191; Joyce Castro 187; Kathy Hasiak 187; Pam Sigmund 187; Sylvia Mobley 186.

Thursday Seniors. Men: Louis Achille 203-554; Bill Henson 165-512. Women: Alice Wilkie 158-456; Lula Hughes 171; Gladys LeVault 165.

Original Thursday. Men: Robert Watt 217-279-230-726; Martin Toman 198-235-259-692; Anthony Johnson 258-215-652; Robert Demsko 198-247-631; Louis Achille 211-225-623; Richard Michell 235. Women: Rebecca Toman 196-190-192-578; Suzanne Lance 191-173-213-577; Wendy Demsko 162-204-209-575; Marianne Grecek 177-184-211-572; Michelle OBrien 168-197-181-546; Eva Hatch 203.

Quantico Thursday. Men: Dave Walczak 215-579; Bob Gift 215-570; Butch Schlegel 214; Clyde Meador 204; George Runkle 202. Women: Bonnie Thomen 177-152-161-490; Maureen Sinon 170-168-470; Barbara Giese 163-160-467; Janet Larsen 168; Edna Abbott 155; Deb Bolas 155.

Special Guys. Men: Matt Rohrer 128-114-163-405; Patrick Ridgell 177; Tad Deputy 173; Carl DelGrippo 162. Women: Michelle Paules 154-99-117-370; Necci Leninger 72-28-60-160.

Preps, Youth. Boys: Matthew McCormick 182-147-136-465; Peter Lujan 136-124-142-402; William Stokes Jr. 151-114-111-376. Girls: Becky Haskins 131-133-148-412; Cherie Flaten 108-106-110-324; Laura Achille 108-104-108-320.

Juniors, Youth. Boys: Jason Demsko 145-163-180-488; Grant Fisher 123-131-105-359. Girl: Melissa Fletcher 174-170-148-492.

Majors, Youth. Boys: Robert Demsko 170-203-200-573; Ryan Kraft 197-151-188-536; John Hicks 173-176-186-535. Girls: Dawn Fletcher 185-205-166-556; Melissa Burcham 106-145-155-406; Megan Fair 142-114-133-389; Dawn Demsko 202; Tina Hodges 173; Tierra Pendergrass 154.



Sunday Night Mixers. Men: Al Massey 259-233-686; Dave Elswick 245-227-205-677; Jay Whipple 245-229-668; Pat Pinterics 238-236-657; Tamer McGuire 237-204-640; Jason Phillips 244; Rick Collins 242. Women: Janet Harrison 226-203-625; Linda McGuire 215-601; Janice Cephas 245-598; Sheila Cephas 236-215-592; Kathy Guisto 190-528; Kaye Deronda 190.

Monday Early. Men: Bud Welch 230-279-218-727; Al Wood 213-253-224-690; Matt Pomeroy 226-236-223-685; Ken Owens 258; Mike Bones 245; Butch McCulloch 243. Women: Quincy Chuquillangui 219-189-217-625; Rebecca Toman 192-210-178-585; Verna Swift 190-206-153-549; Penny Smith 211; Linda Chappell 210; Marty Bones 209.

Dale City Mens Commerical. Howard Hiob 224-253-259-736; Harold Haycraft Jr. 266-278-730; Nelson Perry 214-224-287-725; James Puckett 238-290-724; Ken Pritchard 267-221-235-723; Wayne Moore 279; Bryan Miller 268; Jerry Allport 258; Harry Basnight 258; Mark Glover 258.

Woodbridge Area High School Students. Boys: Chris England 228-235-209-672; Rob Rowe 267-184-183-634; Justin McGuire 216-188-173-577; Chris Folks 190-234-138-562; Jeremy Davis 192-168-193-553; Mike Vance 201; Will Wilson 191; Shane Clawson 189; Will Caison 180; Bobby Mason 157. Girls: Jessica Spalding 221-190-146-557; Liz White 164-132-224-520; Tiffanie Hegerty 175-175-138-488; Kristina Murphy 210-112-133-455; Jessica LeCompte 172-142-121-390; Jennifer Fox 156; Brittany Hoban 150; Felicia Cavender 116.

Ladies Nite Out. Sheila Cephas 192-196-257-645; Andrea Turner 262-202-602; Docie Whitlock 171-208-214-593; Brenda Einhorn 216-170-184-570; Lynn Frechette 191-236-566; Cheryl Sneed 221; Becky Workman 211; Pat Von Nieda 203; Sandra Friend 202; Diane Dorris 200.

Thursday Early. Men: Brian Richard 231-246-658; Ken Catterton 251-205-633; Terry Peck 202-191-234-627; Walter Hicks 193-236-616; Gene Holleman 226-604; Chuck Ramsey 238; Brad Strickland 238; Jack Poirier 234; Bill Glass 233; Phil Reynolds 227; Syd Peters 225. Women: Missi Strickland 218-181-222-621; Judy Poppe 227-206-179-612; Rita Winston 191-215-198-604; Doris Lenyon 203-181-201-585; Val Greer 181-193-167-541; Nancy Johnson 236; Vicky Whalen 218; Barbara Peters 205; Alberta Townes 198; Doreen Lawrence 194.

Nightengale. Men: Dan Azzato 278-259-242-779; Don Pierce 255-668; Bob Casteel 661. Women: Lynda Sist 217-536; Kathy Plutz 525.

Starlighters. Men: Brad Strickland 225-239-235-699; Ernie Grimsley 239-260-200-699; Gary Rose 246-255-685; Bo Rose 195-241-236-672; Andrew Campbell 246-225-660; Mike Phillips 256; John Sims Sr. 256; P.J. Childers 255; Gary Llewellyn 245; Butch McCulloch 239. Women: Missi Strickland 216-203-217-636; Jill Fillis 206-195-171-572; Naomi Snell 222-159-188-569; Barbara Gutridge 210-169-185-564; Lisa Toombs 171-169-176-516; Jennifer Dixon 211; Betty Warner 201; Brenda Haulton 199; Flo Helmandollar 191; Lisa Rose 180.

Tiny Tots, Youth. Boy: David Evans 60-58-118. Girl: Desteny Earle 73-55-128.

Tigers, Youth. Boys: Tyler Lucas 115-98-77-290; Connor Rubel 78-86-72-236; Ryan Flippo 62-77-78-217. Girls: Larissa Schaufele 125-114-119-358; Rose-Ellen Mock 99-99-120-318; Sara Star 70-114-111-295; Elizabeth Kifer 122-87-74-283; Ashley Collins 94-77-99-270; Rhianna Faucette 88; Heather Jenkins 85; Kristal Cox 84; Noelle Faucette 62.

Superstars, Youth. Boys: Stephen Carter 171-169-148-488; Erique Perry 171-167-101-439; Kyle Sullivan 126-132-159-417; Matthew Bullard 118-131-106-355; Randy Jenkins 101-124-129-354; Justin Blair 134; Bubba Strickland 123; Gregory Petta 103. Girls: Kimberly Brown 159-135-122-416; Courtney Alwine 138-116-151-405; Jordan Peters 135-130-139-404; Andrea Vann 104-140-111-355; Jamie McAfee 102-96-149-347; Erica Faucette 143; Nikki Lehmann 135; Allison Strickland 112; Nicole Smith 101.

Excitement, Youth. Boys: J.J. Phillips 206-210-224-640; Buddy Grimsley 169-147-141-457; Joshua Hicks 166-148-123-437; T.J. Cowgill 133-146-144-423; Nathan Brown 114-149-152-415; Michael Croyle 162; Joseph Jenkins 156; Joe Starr 125. Girls: Courtney Dymond 142-112-170-424; Jessica Struber 142-112-139-393; Nikki Vance 120-106-118-344; Robyn Miller 105-139-91-335; Amber Smith 102-119-82-303.

Rollers, Youth. Boys: Rob Rowe 243-289-253-785; Chris Folks 228-218-223-624; Steve Meikle 190-219-166-575; Justin McGuire 180-213-181-574; Michael Vance 176-205-188-569; Chris England 228; Mike Alvey 211; Jeremy Davis 206; Tim Worcester 206; Ralph Miller 197. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 169-236-191-596; Jessica Spalding 173-148-186-507; Nicole Hall 156-213-125-494; Lauren Hicks 160-171-161-492; Vanessa Earle 140-141-148-429; Brittany Hoban 157; Kari Root 147; Jenny Cowgill 113; Felicia Cavender 99.

Tyke Force, Youth. Boys: Jeremiah Watson 75-80-155; Brandon Cole 77-68-145.

Alley Oops, Youth. Boys: Rami Phillips 93-160-135-388; Cozell Wingers 114-112-132-358; Desmond Carter 98-122-133-353; Jackson Crisler 98-103-100-301; Aaron Hawkins 100-91-104-295; Anthony Newbill 113; Brandon Watson 96; Zachary Knight 90; Austin Hurlbrink 86; Brandon Middleton 75. Girls: Michelle Fillis 146-107-123-376; Rebecca Bellinger 114-111-88-313; Jessica Fillis 72-103-100-291; Colleen Hoffman 99-88-62-249; Kelsey Easterday 67-52-56-175.

Spare Breaks, Youth. Boys: Patrick Waller 205-110-113-428; Shawn Owen 140-129-152-421; Mitch Swift 170-108-126-404; Erique Perry 103-156-132-391; Logan Bailey 124-147-116-387; Sean Crookston 158; Ben Easterday 143; Robbie Hurlbrink 122; Kevin Lindstrom 119; Zack Shiffield 99. Girls: Danielle Clark 123-160-126-409; Nicole Fillis 139-158-104-401; Jo Ann Hoffman 121-132-99-352; Racheal Fulton 120-99-107-326; Julie Heap 93-103-125-321; Caitlin Howell 133; Hope Hurlbrink 118; Le Keya Newbill 113; Megan Sheffield 112; Brittany Cole 111.

Spares & Strikes, Youth. Boys: C.J. Stecher 155-193-186-534; Andrew Green 149-157-190-496; Dennis Fulton 182-147-164-493; Jeremy Crookston 151-161-178-490; Allen Windsor 154-173-162-489; Josh Owen 180; Demonte Spence 178; Justin Swithenbank 170; Sean OKeefe 163; Jared Strawderman 161. Girls: Samantha Gruszkowski 161-148-156-465; Rebecca Lackey 114-102-111-324; Krista Love 109-124-97-330; Sabrina Mason 122-176-128-426; Angel McGuire 147-138-111-396; Crystal McGuire 133-138-126-397.

Strike Force, Youth. Boys: Justin McGuire 226-237-224-687; Rob Rowe 160-203-192-555; David Bledsoe 184-169-148-501; Will Caison 222-133-122-477; Will Wilson 162-154-115-431; Chris England 160; Daniel Boose 109. Girls: Elizabeth White 150-167-191-508; Rivannah Humphrey 137-125-140-402.


Garrisonville Girls: Linda Chappell 193-158-248-599; Wanda Andrews 172-193-154-519; Kathy White 178-188-515; Marilyn Griveas 194; Edna Abbott 192; Kim Hood 189.

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