Wallace collects third PGA Regional Senior Tour title

Larry Wallace of Manassas, Va., collected his third Professional Bowlers Association Regional Senior Tour title when he won the Southern Region PBA Stafford (Va.) Green Senior Open, Dec. 7-9.

It took a 10-game total pinfall of 2,009 or higher in the qualifying round, a 200.9 average, for the top sixteen athletes to advance to the match play round.

It took a total score of 5,757 or higher, with bonus pins included, for the 26-games (10-games qualifying and 16-games of match play) for the top five bowlers to advance to the finals.

In match 1 of the stepladder finals, fourth seeded Steve Jones, Berlin, Md., defeated fifth seeded John Hricsina, Franklin, Pa., 223-207. Hricsina pocketed $600 for 5th place. In match 2, third seeded George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C., beat his challenger, Jones, by just one pin, 227-226. Jones walked off with $650 for 4th place. Second seeded Wallace sent Pappas to the sidelines, 246-193, in match 3. Pappas collected $700 for 3rd place.

In the championship match, Wallace rolled more strikes and converted more spares to upstage top seeded Tommy Nevitt, Jacksonville, Fla., 203-170. Wallace claimed the $1,500 purse and his fourth career PBA Regional Tour title (3 Seniors and 1 Regular). Nevitt took the runner-up prize of $750.

“Tommy is a tough competitor,” stated Wallace. “I got very lucky in the title match, suffering just one open frame.”

“Before my match with Pappas, I was struggling during practice and I didn’t have a clue on how to control my delivery so the ball would sweep the pins off the lanes,” added Wallace. “I decided to put a lot of tape in my thumb hole and then changed the position of my hand. It worked! Just before the start of the title match, I kept hoping I could continue delivering the same shot. I’m glad about the ball reaction. That’s what helped me earn this title.”

Other match play finalists: Earl Chase, Havelock, N.C., 8-8, 5756, 6th place $500; Bobby Thompson, Virginia Beach, Va., 7-9, 5726, 7th place $490; Mike Lessar, Naples, N.Y., 10-6, 5584, 8th place $480; Lee Snow, Wixom, Mich., 6-10, 5535, 9th place $460; Ross Ziegler, Pittsburg, Pa., 8-8, 5529, 10th place $440; Steve Lickliter, Beaver, W.Va., 5-11, 5487, 11th place $430; David Arrant, Asheville, N.C., 6-10, 5441, 12th place $420; Johnny Howe, Columbia, S.C., 5-10, 5366, 13th place $415; John Ireland, Lumberton, N.C., 4-12, 5272, 14th place $410; Greg Goetz, Ocean Springs, Miss., 6-10, 5226, 15th place $405; and Chuck Rytelewski, Mechanicsville, Va., 6-10, 5224, 16th place $400.

Other cashers: Ed Gagnon, Fall River, Mass., 2008, 17th place $200; Charlie Tomey, Spartanburg, S.C., 1993, 18th place $190 plus $75 Alternate Fee; Larry Graybeal, Elizabethton, Tenn., 1991, 19th place $185; and Bill Argenbright, Waynesboro, Va., 1978, 20th place $180. 21st-25th place, Joe Ballard, Pfafftown, N.C., 1971; Jim Weyand, Alexandria, Va., 1961; Jim Lee, Rogersville, Tenn., 1960; Dave Robinson, Anderson, S.C., 1953; and Michael Gray Sr., Virginia Beach, Va., 1923, $175 each.



Cory Suskie of Gaithersburg, Md., a NABI member for over 5 years and 10 months, captured his first career National Amateur Bowlers title when he won the Baltimore-Washington Region NABI Tournament conducted at AMF Ritchie Lanes, Glen Burnie, Md., Dec. 8-9.

It took a handicap series score of 669 or higher in the semifinals for the top five contestants to advance to the stepladder finals.

In match 1 of the finals, fifth seeded Steve Schuman, New Freedom, Pa., brushed aside fourth seeded Jessica Stephens, Gaithersburg, Md., 227-212. Stephens went home with $120 for 5th place. Schuman triumphed over third seeded Darwin Fisher, Harrington, Del., 272-213, in match 2. Fisher received $140 for 4th place. Second seeded Raymond Workeman, Washington, D.C., lashed Schuman, 266-218, in match 3. Schuman was paid $200 for 3rd place.

In the title game, top seeded Suskie crushed Workeman, 251-195, to clinch the top prize of $800. Suskie 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. Workeman garnered $300 for 2nd place.

Other cashers: Lawan Smith, Silver Spring, Md., 666, 6th place $85; Robin Turo Moyer, Enola, Pa., 659, 7th place $75; Joseph Ward IV, Forestville, Md., 647, 8th place $70; Tim Dupuis, Simpsonville, S.C., 639, 9th place $65; Nicole Eddy, Laurel, Md., 625, 10th place $64; Donald Marshall, Upper Marlboro, Md., 624, 11th place $63; Marcia Glaspie, Lanham, Md., 613, 12th place $62; Kip Routsong, Frederick, Md., 610, 13th place $61; Michael Shaw, Ownings Mills, Md., 597, 14th place $60; Theodore Kolar, Baltimore, Md., 587, 15th place $55; Jacqueline Fisher, Harrington, Del., 574, 16th place $53; Sheritha McKenzie, Joppa, Md., 570, 17th place $52; Gerald Jones, Frederick, Md., 560, 18th place $50; and Regina McKoy, East Orange, N.J., 533, 19th place $46.



The Young American Bowling Alliance “Youth of the Week” League Bowlers at Bowl America Woodbridge participated in a tournament to determine the center’s “Youth of the Month” champions in each playing group.

The “Youth of the Month” champions for November are:

Larissa Schaufele, age 8, Bantam Bowler. Larissa is in third grade at Lake Ridge Elementary School.

Robbie Hurlbrink, age 10, Prep Bowler. Robbie is in fifth grade at Woodbridge Elementary School.

Nikki Vance, age 12, Junior Bowler. Nikki is in seventh grade at Fred Lynn Middle School.

Chris Folks, age 17, Senior Bowler. Chris is a junior at Woodbridge High School.



Kim Terrell of Daly City, Calif., took home one of the Professional Women’s Bowling Association’s most coveted titles by winning the $300,00 Women’s U.S. Open Bowling Championship at the Riverside Resort in Laughlin, Nev., Dec. 2-9. Seeded fifth, Terrell posted victories in the opening shootout and semifinals before knocking off tournament leader Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., 234-220. Terrell was presented the winner’s check worth $55,000 – the largest ever in a women’s pro bowling event.

“I’m speechless right now,” said Terrell. “As a professional you dream of winning the U.S. Open because it is truly our sports’ marquee event of the year. Being a part of a live telecast on ESPN and winning the tournament that offered the largest prize fund in the history of this sport is an honor.”

A winner of eight titles in her career, Terrell became just the third player this season to win a tournament as a No. 5 seed. The four-time Roby Award winner earned her way into the semifinals after notching strikes in nine frames including a five-bagger, during the championship rounds’ opening shootout, which featured Kelly Kulick, Union, N.J., and Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y. Kulick, who may be this season’s PWBA Rookie of the Year, tried to keep pace with Terrell by striking in eight of ten frames but in the end finished six-pins short with 238. Johnson tallied a 212.

“I was very nervous before I started the shootout match,” declared Terrell. “Once I got the first ball off my hand I calmed down and foucsed on what I had to do. Both Kelly and Liz were pushing me the whole way so there was no room for error.”

Terrell advanced to the title match after eliminating Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., 228-207, in the semifinals. Often roommates and traveling partners during the tour, both players marked in every frame of the bout, however Terrell registered seven strikes to Barrett’s six.

Eighteen pins separated Terrell and Macpherson in the finals entering the 6th frame, but an open 6th by Macpherson would prove to be costly as Terrell followed Macpherson’s misfire with four strikes and two spares.

“Kim was terrific today,” stated Macpherson. “In a title match you can’t expect to win if you leave any open frames. The sixth did me in because Kim never let up. She’s a great champion.”

As part of the largest prize fund ever in a women’s pro bowling tournament Macpherson netted $30,000 for her 2nd place finish. Barrette settled for the 3rd place prize of $22,000 while Johnson (4th) and Kulick (5th) earned $17,000 and $13,000 respectively.

Other match play finalists with their match play record, 56-game total score (32-games qualifying and 24-games of match play) with bonus pins included: Jennifer Swanson, Shelton, Conn., 15-9, 12022, 6th place $9,000; Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland Hills, Texas, 12-12, 12014, 7th place $8,000; Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y., 15-9, 11979, 8th place $7,000; Cathy Dorin-Lizzi, Linden, N.J., 13-10-1, 11948, 9th place $6,500; Michelle Mullen, Dearborn, Mich., 10-14, 11901, 10th place $6,300; Dede Davidson, Las Vegas, Nev., 13-11, 11893, 11th place $6,100; Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., 10-13-1, 11881, 12th place $5,900; Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Mich., 11-13, 11861, 13th place $5,700; Cara Honeychurch, Melbourne, Australia, 10-14, 11860, 14th place $5,500; Tennelle Grijalva, Yorba Linda, Calif., 14-10, 11842, 15th place $5,300; Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Okla., 11-13, 11770, 16th place $5,100; Kathy Tribbey, Newberg, Ore., 12-12, 11714, 17th place $4,900; Rachel Perez, San Marcos, Texas, 10-14, 11653, 18th place $4,700; Marianne DiRupo, Succasunna, N.J., 10-14, 11596, 19th place $4,500; Nikki Gianulias, Vallejo, Calif., 9-15, 11567, 20th place $4,300; Keli Rapp, Fayetteville, N.Y., 13-11, 11489, 21st place $4,100; Maxine Nable, Fairfield Heights, NSW, Australia, 6-18, 11463, 22nd place $3,900; Stacy Rider, La Habra, Calif., 6-18, 11267, 23rd place $3,700; and Tammy Turner, Ogden, Utah, 7-16-1, 11215, 24th place $3,500.



Solidifying his goal of being known as the world’s best bowler, Mika Koivuniemi became the first foreign national to win Bowling’s U.S. Open held at Fountain Bowl in Fountain Valley, Calif., Dec. 2-9.

Koivuniemi of Helsinki, Finland, smoked Patrick Healey Jr., Mexico City, Mexico, 247-182, in the championship match and picked up the winner’s green jacket along with the $100,000 top prize.

“I really like to make history,” exclaimed Koivuniemi. A three year pro, Koivuniemi also put his name in the record books last year as the first foreign player to win the American Bowling Congress (ABC) Masters title in Reno, Nev.

After becoming the first player to pick up majors as his first two titles, “The Big Finn” was asked if his new nickname could be “Mr. Major.”

“I like it,” he said in characteristic confident style. “This may have been the best I’ve ever bowled. I stuck to my game plan and didn’t make too many mistakes all week.”

“He’s obviously a great talent, but he’s an even greater friend,” stated Healey, who earned $50,000 for 2nd place. “But, now he’s going to pay for our room and buy me dinner tonight.”

“If I could pick one tournament to win, this would be it,” added Healey. “I’ll come back next year and try to take it to the top next time.”

Through nine frames, Koivuniemi struck in every frame but the 3rd and 9th. Healey struggled to find a good ball reaction throughout the match. He left the 2-4-5-8 “bucket” in the first frame and followed with the first two open frames, the 6-7-10 split. After a double in the 3rd and 4th frames, Healey alternated spares and strikes through the 8th. He missed the 3-6-10 spare combination in the 9th, but the match was long over at that point.

“I made some wrong adjustments,” declared Healey. “The match was over in the 7th frame. I don’t know what happened. I lost my ball reaction between matches.”

In the semifinal match, Healey fanned PBA Hall of Famer Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocala, Fla., 279-209. Williams raked in $25,000 for 3rd place. Williams overpowered Mike DeVaney, Escondido, Calif., in the first match, 223-189. DeVaney placed 4th and nabbed $15,000.

Patrick Healey Jr. and Tommy Jones were the only two contestants to roll a perfect “300” game during the tournament.

The U.S. Open ends the first-half of the 2001-2002 PBA Tour season. The second-half resumes Jan. 1-6 with the PBA Earl Anthony Memorial Classic at Tech City Bowl, Kirkland, Wash. ESPN will televise the championship round live Sunday, Jan. 6, from 1-2:30 p.m. (ET).

Other match play finalists with their 32-games of match play and bonus pins included: Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., 17-14-1, 13739, 5th place $10,000; Rick Steelsmith, Wichita, Kan., 23-9, 13737, 6th place $8,000; Ritchie Allen, Tulsa, Okla., 15-17, 13655, 7th place $7,000; Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore., 18-13-1, 13602, 8th place $6,000; Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., 19-13, 13370, 9th place $5,500; Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 17-15, 13363, 10th place $5,200; Tommy Jones, Greenville, S.C., 13-18-1, 13358, 11th place $5,000; Brian LeClair, Chatham, N.Y., 16-16, 13292, 12th place $4,800; Dave D’Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 16-15-1, 13291, 13th place $4,600; Eric Forkel, Northridge, Calif., 14-17-1, 13233, 14th place $4,400; Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, Wash., 12-20, 13217, 15th place $4,200; and Tony Manna Jr., Omaha, Neb., 13-19, 13077, 16th place $4,000.

First round match play finalists with their 16-games of match play and bonus pins included: Rudy Kasimakis, Gouldsboro, Pa., 9-7, 9747, 17th place $3,500; Greg Thomas, Libby, Mont., 10-6, 9743, 18th place $3,400; Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 8-7-1, 9711, 19th place $3,300; Sean Quinn, Holland, Mich., 6-10, 9709, 20th place $3,200; Steve Jaros, Bolingbrook, Ill., 6-10, 9681, 21st place $3,100; Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 6-10, 9658, 22nd place $3,000; Chris Collins, Fayettville, N.C., 9-7, 9621, 23rd place $2,900; Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 7-9, 9607, 24th place $2,800; Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 7-9, 9599, 25th place $2,700; Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 10-6, 9593, 26th place $2,600; Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 8-8, 9542, 27th place $2,500; Robert Smith, Simi Valley, Calif., 3-13, 9515, 28th place $2,400; Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 7-9, 9485, 29th place $2,300; George Branham III, Indianapolis, Ind., 5-11, 9433, 30th place $2,200; Amleto Monacelli, Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 5-11, 9394, 31st place $2,150; and Frank Guccione, Thornton, Colo., 7-9, 9345, 32nd place $2,100.



Amateur Bill Argenbright of Waynesboro, Va., earned his first Professional Bowlers Association Senior Regional Tour title when he won the Southern Region PBA Century Lanes Senior Open in Fort Jackson, S.C., Nov. 23-25.

It took a 10-game total pinfall of 1,943 or higher in the qualifying round, a 194.3 average, for the top sixteen bowlers to advance to the match play round.

It took a total score of 5,440 or higher, with bonus pins included, for the 26-games (10-games qualifying and 16-games of match play) for the top five finalists to advance to the stepladder round.

Gene Sparks of Fayetteville, N.C., disposed of George Lord, Mulberry, Fla., 222-193, in match 1 of the stepladder finals. Lord left with $400 for 5th place. Phillip Larrick of Jacksonville, Fla., finished strong over Sparks, 234-190, in match 2. Sparks made $500 for finishing in 4th place. In match 3, Argenbright stopped Larrick from advancing any further, 204-171. Larrick scarfed up $600 for 3rd place.

In the final match of the stepladder, Argenbright toppled the number 1 seeded player John Ireland, Lumberton, N.C., 169-162, to take the first place check worth $1,500. Argenbright submitted his application for PBA membership following his victory. Ireland stuffed $750 in his pocket for 2nd place.

Other match play finalists: Jerry Brake, Asheville, N.C., 7-9, 5433, 6th place $350; Ron Tibbits, Norcross, Ga., 11-5, 5432, 7th place $345; Charlie Tomey, Spartanburg, S.C., 8-8, 5378, 8th place $340; Terry Tuttle, King, N.C., 8-8, 5305, 9th place $335; Gary Larrick, Jacksonville, Fla., 8-8, 5164, 10th place $330; Frank Manley, Fletcher, N.C., 7-9, 5162, 11th place $325; Mike O’Barr, Anderson, S.C., 4-12, 5104, 12th place $320; Dick Wesline, Knoxville, Tenn., 7-8-1, 5082, 13th place $315; Stan Wells, Kingsport, Tenn., 5-10-1, 4986, 14th place $310; Ray Boles, Callahan, Fla., 6-10, 4985, 15th place $305; and Joe Ballard, Pfafftown, N.C., 3-12-1, 4840, 16th place $300.

Other cashers: Tommy Nevitt, Jacksonville, Fla., 1932, 17th place $180 plus $100 Alternate Fee; and Tim Stancil, Grovetown, Ga., 1925, 18th place $170.



During a special press conference at the 37th AMF Bowling World Cup in Pattaya, Thailand, AMF Bowling Products Chief Operating Officer John Suddarth announced that the 38th AMF Bowling World Cup will be held Oct. 20-26, 2002, at Toss Bowling in Riga, Latvia

Dignitaries attending the press conference included Gundars Bojars, mayor of Riga; Alberts Zhuks, owner of the 24-lane Toss Bowling Center; Alexandr Rihters, president of the Latvian Bowling Federation, and Sonny Lim, owner of this year’s host center P.S. Bowling Pattaya. Lim passed the AMF World Cup flag to Mayor Bojars to signify the change in venue for next year’s tournament.

“We consider three things when choosing sites for the Bowling World Cup,” Suddarth explained. “One, the host must be willing to take on the responsibility of hosting our athletes in a state-of-the-art, modern AMF bowling center. Two, the host city must be a destination that people want to visit. And three, the local bowling federation and government must provide support for the Bowling World Cup.”

“Sonny Lim and his staff at P.S. Bowling Pattaya are a perfect example of what it takes to host a World Cup, and we are confident that our host for the 38th World Cup will do the same outstanding job,” stated Suddarth.

This marks the first time the Bowling World Cup will be held in Eastern Europe, where bowling is growing in popularity as both a sport and family recreation activity. Latvian athletes have been competing in the Bowling World Cup since 1999.

“Bowling is so important to us that it is hard to express it in words,” said Mayor Bojars. “It is the most family-oriented sport in the world, and the Bowling World Cup will have a serious impact on the Latvian community and Eastern Europe in general.”

Toss Bowling Center is currently under construction in response to the growing demand for quality recreation in the former Soviet republics. It will incorporate top-of-the-line AMF lanes, pinspotting machinery, and amenities in its design.

Eighty-seven countries were represented in this year’s AMF Bowling World Cup.


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


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


Kings & Queens. Men: Chris Gutshall 228-226-650; Earl Cephas 221-579; Gary Guzman 211-556; Tom Shick 200-553; Ed Williams 201. Women: Sheila Cephas 203-546; Janet Harrison 542; Janice Burlovich 537; Bonnie Guzman 498; Carol Theus 202; Joan Gamponia 199.

Woodchoppers. Men: Ervin Raines 195-224-234-653; Carroll Clarke 202-197-194-593; James Parker 191. Women: Debi Imhoff 163-177-241-581; Deborah Steele 237-161-158-556; Sonya Wilson 167-194-505; Amy Heldt 199-181-497; Erma Huizar 151-157-181-489; Beverely Hargrove 198.

Moonshiners. Men: Kenny Butler 246-255-268-769; Norman Dichard 235-246-650; Ed Martin 201-194-233-628; Milton McIntosh 226-212-612; Walter Sigler 242-198-612; David Barrios 235; Lee McKoy 234; Bill Gregory 234; Rich Michell 228; Clif Fisher 226; Mike Wood 226. Women: Nan Hakenson 210-170-204-584; Brenda Berry 214-157-173-544; Paula Miller 165-199-513; Jo Petty 194-171-506; Christine Jagodowski 183-177-505; Elizabeth Legler 215; Sally Fisher 187; Jackie Baker 185; Gail Loman 182; Debbie Steele 181.

Strikes, Spares & Mrs. Suzanne Lance 174-180-207-561; Debbie Steele 181-195-176-552; Laura Beimler 155-213-182-550; Donna Koczot-Grant 181-157-204-542; Pam Schou 180-157-197-534; Sylvia Mobley 193; Kathy Hasiak 191; Lisa Carrino 190; Monica Giggetts 187; Betty Greene 182.

Thursday Seniors. Men: Louis Achille 218-556; Ed Whitsett 185; Leroy Bertrand 175. Women: Jean Brown 172; Alice Wilkie 169; Audrey Maddox 162.

Original Thursday. Men: Robert Watt 192-235-211-638; Teddy Weaver 200-245-630; Robert Demsko 214-235-607; Damon Price 202-226-607; Brian Zinda 218-209-596; Randal Lujan 224. Women: Sheryl Post 170-178-204-552; Michelle O’Brien 183-176-177-536; Marianne Grecek 183-180-162-525; Holly Gutridge 185-178-508; Wendy Demsko 175-168-170-513; Joan Mitrione 193; Deborah Martin 187.

Quantico Thursday. Men: Dave Walczak 214-570; John Windey 200. Women: Margaret Harmon 182-158-469; Monique Vasil 182; Gina Shipley 167; Ursula Windey 166; Marilyn Love-Cody 164; Edna Abbott 160.

Special Guys. Men: Travis Weisenberger 148-195-168-511; Keith Martinez 93-117-141-351. Women: Patty Charron 130-145-150-425; Danielle Lorenz 94.

Juniors, Youth. Boys: Jason Demsko 128-150-161-439; Keith French 148; Ryan Rowell 145; John Guisto 139. Girl: Kristin Mark 131.

Majors, Youth. Boys: Robert Demsko 197-179-228-604; Chris Merrill 212-180-161-553; Jon Merrill 173-156-205-534; Chris Lovitt 155-178-176-509; Will Moon 216-153-140-509; Robert McCarthy 193; Robert Whitehead 163. Girls: Amy Stewart 172-150-134-456; Megan Fair 121-162-121-404; Melissa Burcham 141-134-101-376; Rachel Silver 119-96-124-339; Dawn Demsko 193.



Sunday Night Mixers. Men: Dave Elswick 248-248-677; Skip Barg 236-231-200-667; Al Massey 238-620; Larry Seitz 247-610; Jim Chambers 249-582; Pete Wingers 236. Women: Janet Harrison 257-591; Sheila Cephas 217-589; Janice Cephas 194-544; Brenda Diaz 203-539; Linda McGuire 209-522.

Dale City Men’s Commerical. Ronnie Gum 255-241-245-741; Jim Einhorn 258-214-258-730; Terry Nold 239-247-233-719; Rafael Mendoza 210-279-218-717; Brian Hood 221-266-255-712; James Pucket 268; Randy Wood 268; Glenn Keffer 257; Don Eden 254; Jason Phillips 252.

Woodbridge Area High School Students. Boys: Justin McGuire 190-257-211-658; Chris Folks 186-223-134-543; Shane Clawson 189-197-148-534; Rob Rowe 131-206-194-531; Jeremy Davis 157-148-188-493; Chris England 190; Chris Matthews 182; Bobby LeCompte 181; Kenneth Stone 158; John Tomchek 154. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 238-212-200-650; Liz White 147-139-159-445; Jessica Spalding 159-129-152-440; Brittany Hoban 120-167-113-400; Jessica LeCompte 97-113-125-335; Jennifer Fox 121.

Ladies Nite Out. Brenda Einhorn 178-201-223-602; Louise Jefferson 179-188-212-579; Sheila Cephas 171-217-184-572; Cheryl Sneed 180-191-198-569; Lynn Frechette 181-211-175-567; Beverly Hargrove 222; Elsie Burton 213; Betsy Yanello 200; Lois Wilson 199; Theresa Hoffman 193.

Thursday Early. Men: Rob Lawrence 203-227-232-662; Charlie McDonald 247-203-210-660; Todd Adcock 234-608; Rick Collins 246-197-604; Walter Hicks 206-196-191-593; Andre Morrison 211-224-593; Phil Reynolds 234; Leonard Davis 233; Tony Karnas 225; John Winston 223; Roy Pirtle 215. Women: Rita Winston 215-196-254-665; Missi Strickland 215-182-200-597; Barbara Peters 175-195-212-582; Judy Poppe 190-183-205-578; Sharon Schulte 166-164-183-513; Debbie Reynolds 216; Donna Leverstein 196; Adele Durr 190; Doreen Lawrence 189; Lynda Watkins 187.

Nightengales. Men: John Fillis 257-652; Bob Foor 652; Rick Williams 277-647; Lee Sist 636; Bob Casteel 630. Woman: Judy Poppe 226-564.

Starlighters. Men: Bo Rose 191-268-255-714; P.J. Childres 211-290-205-706; B.J. Rose 275-202-205-682; John Fillis 215-214-246-675; Shawn Bevenour 233-206-227-666; LeRoy Chapman 266; Brad Strickland 265; Todd Harrington 253; Darrin Rose 245; Mike Phillips 241; Lee Warner 241. Women: Barbara Reeve 234-248-150-632; Kathy Phillips 234-196-170-600; Dana Rose 178-238-565; Brenda Brown 197-154-167-518; Priscilla Rose 202-170-510; Barbara Gutridge 202; Mel Phillips 202; Flo Helmandollar 191; Karen Norman 186; Missi Strickland 179.

Woodbridge Area Middle School Students. Boys: Trey Jefferson 144-166-142-452; Steve Rose 85-131-139-355; Justin Swithenbank 104-132-85-321; Joey Webb 104-109-107-320; Randall Gresham 54-55-81-190; Gavin Kye 94. Girls: Kimberly Brown 154-130-127-411; Danielle Clark 137-134-127-398; Nikki Vance 111-112-127-350; Trisha Love 79-134-87-300; Jo Anna Hoffman 82-88-96-256; Krista Love 92; Julie Heap 86.

Tiny Toots, Youth. Boy: David Evans 84-82-166. Girl: Alexis Strickland 88-69-157.

Tigers, Youth. Boys: Tyler Lucas 83-91-96-270; Connor Rubel 76-70-82-228; Ryan Flippo 50-67-60-177. Girls: Larissa Schaufele 113-76-131-320; Sara Starr 83-102-92-277; Rhianna Faucette 83-68-88-239; Noelle Faucette 81-79-72-232; Heather Jenkins 74-76-75-225.

Superstars, Youth. Boys: Trey Jefferson 150-152-187-489; Bubba Strickland 141-139-112-392; Steven Haulton 110-138-142-390; Matthew Bullard 92-137-135-364; Stephen Carter 102-59-138-299; Jonathan Pierce 120; Justin Blair 117; Brien DeRose 116. Girls: Nicole Fillis 124-133-157-414; Erica Faucette 123-131-138-392; Devon Ward 112-100-138-350; Kimberly Brown 115-128-105-348; Puanani Aquino 108-118-110-336; Andrea Vann 131; Jamie McAfee 125; Sarah Parker 113; Crystal Hardy 109.

Excitement, Youth. Boys: Jay Griffith 167-105-191-463; Nathan Brown 155-158-115-428; T.J. Cowgill 127-124-128-379; Michael Croyle 132-117-120-369; Joseph Jenkins 85-123-159-367. Girls: Sarah Stone 172-146-134-452; Courtney Dymond 132-121-176-429; Jessica Struber 91-125-135-351; Robyn Miller 130-104-108-342; Nikki Vance 92-105-137-334.

Rollers, Youth. Boys: Justin McGuire 165-222-189-576; Rob Rowe 211-159-179-549; Mike Herman 209-175-164-548; Shane Clawson 193-134-205-532; Jeremy Davis 181-182-157-520; Wayland Blair 206; Chris Folks 202; Timothy Worcester 183; Steven Meikle 178. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 225-181-220-626; Jessica Spalding 167-199-140-506; Melissa Murphy 148-179-145-472; Nicole Hall 142-135-158-435; Brittany Hoban 150-142-143-435; Kristina Murphy 185; Lauren Hicks 158; Dianna Pierce 137; Kari Root 115; Jenny Cowgill 112.

Tyke Force, Youth. Boys: Brandon Cole 89-76-165; Jeremiah Watson 67-87-154; Christian Yanez 43-35-78.

Alley Oops, Youth. Boys: Desmond Carter 89-138-132-359; Cozell Wingers 112-99-102-313; Brandon Webb 60-109-110-279; Aaron Hawkins 101-87-82-270; Jackson Crisler 85-102-81-268; Anthony Newbill 89-71-108-268; Brandon Middleton 107; Zachary Knight 94; Vincente Cruz 90; Austin Hurkbrink 82. Girls: Michelle Fillis 109-125-104-338; Rebecca Bellinger 89-103-113-305; Whitney Hurlbrink 98-101-72-271; Colleen Hoffman 100-73-83-256; Brandi Swithenbank 85-87-69-241; Jessica Fillis 62; Samantha Wallace 62; Kelsey Easterday 55.

Spare Breaks, Youth. Boys: Steven Haulton 166-142-125-433; Shawn Owen 124-138-151-413; Ben Easterday 109-128-118-355; Sean Crookston 117-121-88-326; Chris Blevins 117-116-91-324; Zack Sheffield 128; Mitch Swift 123; Zachary Clark 112; Patrick Waller 109; Logan Bailey 100. Girls: Nicole Fillis 155-137-108-400; Jo Anna Hoffman 104-122-122-348; Brittany Cole 93-93-103-289; LeKeya Newbill 95-81-111-287; Hope Hurlbrink 92-82-97-271; Megan Shiffield 85; Julie Heap 84; Caitlin Howell 80.

Spares & Strikes, Youth. Boys: C.J. Stecher 170-156-181-507; Jeremy McDaniel 142-158-163-463; Allen Windsor 187-117-150-454; Jeremy Crookston 111-123-198-432; Chris Ferentinos 184; Demonte Spence 161; Dennis Fulton 160; David Soetekouw 159; Joshwin Owen 147. Girls: Samantha Gruszkowski 145-151-136-432; Angel McGuire 139-114-135-388; Crystal McGuire 125-147-115-387; Sabrina Mason 110-110-131-351; Krista Love 90-113-112-315; Rebecca Lackey 110.

Strike Force, Youth. Boys: Mike Herman 215-238-279-732; Justin McGuire 217-213-199-629; Matt Lawson 203-212-167-582; Rob Rowe 195-162-224-581; Tim Worcester 147-158-179-484; Antonio Paige 201; David Bledsoe 188; Will Wilson 168; Jeremy Atkinson 158. Girls: Tiffanie Hegerty 157-163-206-526; Elizabeth White 168-171-183-522; Rivannah Humphrey 139-177-81-397; Sweep Swetnam 119-111-160-390; Melissa McAfee 55-87-94-236.


Friday Nite Mixers. Men: Lexie Parrish 238-583; Jim Lynch 233; J.T. Brown 211; David James 193; Mike Patton 192; James Kendrix 191. Women: Jo Boehm 189-172-171-532; Sun Opoien 196-173-527; Dot Sugiyana 189-486; Tink Szamborski 202; Melody Langone 189; Theresa Hall 177; Janet McIntosh 177; Liz Lynch 161.


Tuesday Gold Rush. Men: Gregg Luhman 236-647; Larry Crawford 238-629; Kenneth Johnston 213-622; David Lenney 216-616; Richard Jaco 232-604; Jim Heidmous 269; Rick Stone 232; Larry Crawford 225; Michael Pinkney 223; Gene Ginther 215; Don Roberts 215. Women: Pat Roberts 183-529; Dianna Smith 186-512; Jill Colburn 211-511; Ann Varano 504; Nancy Crawford 178; Carmen Fierro 177; Connie Hall 177.

Thursday Gold Rush. Men: Gene Ginther 244-685; Ronnie Angles 225-609; Brian Leonard 235; Mike Shore 234; James Hembrey 217; David Stein 206; Randy Cooper 203; Jason Ralph 202; John Zentner 202. Women: Shelley Atkinson 212-557; Donna Ives 210-540; Linda Salfi 180-518; Virginia O’Kelley 193-502; Beau Banglesdorf 200; Pat Roberts 183; Beth Zentner 183.

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