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11th Frame: Al-Mar starts Lucky Lotto No Tap (04-09-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:53
For bowlers who enjoy playing Ohio Lottery games, Al-Mar is introducing its Lucky Lotto No Tap on Fridays at 7 p.m.
The event is not a league, but will be held each week beginning May 10 and running through Aug. 16.
The cost will be $15 per person per night.
Each bowler will receive one instant lottery ticket and will share in a collective pool of Keno games valued at $2 per person per week.
The cost includes three games of no-tap bowling and scores will use an 80 percent handicap, based on a 225 average. One lucky person each Friday will win a $25 restaurant card through a random drawing.
No advanced registration is necessary and is open to all adults of legal age to buy lottery tickets.
USBC awards: Robb Waynick and Jon Miller, bowling in the Randy Miller Memorial League at Al-Mar on Thursday, each bowled 300 games. Interestingly both 300s came in the third game of the night. For Miller, it was his first 300 game. Waynick added games of 236 and 227 to his third 300 game for a 763 series. His fourth game was 235 for a 998 four-game set.
Miller had a 622 series and an 812 total for the night.
Over the weekend in Akron in the Ohio Inter-City tournament, Bob Boltz came within one pin of perfection rolling a 299 to earn a United States Bowling Congress 11-in-a-row award.
League 'lites: Denise Miller, bowling in the Ladies Major League last Monday, rolled her first career 700 series. She had games of 267, 235 and 222 for a 724 set. She entered with a 173 average, raising it to 176 with her effort.
Youth of the Week: Youth who bowled the most pins over their average in any one game last week, with pins over, were: Cailyn Overhulse, 73; Linda Alfaro, 47; Brendon Kolkemeyer, 65; Dawson Wohler, 57.
Surviving the game: The six bowlers eliminated in Al-Mar's "Surviving the Game" this week came up one week short of competing for the championship. Those bowlers who finished in seventh through ninth places, in order, with league and pins over their average were: Bonnie Carrington, 28; Larry Damron Sr., Randy Miller Memorial, 12; Jim Lowry, American, 4; each of those earned $15. Those bowlers who finished in 10th through 12th places all bowled in the Ladies Major League, earning $10, each. They were, in order, with pins under their average: Debbie Knowlton, 21; Linda Caudill, 27; and Shirley Kellermeier, 30.
High Rollers:
Bowler    Game    Series
House shot
Robb Waynick    300    763,998
Jon Miller    300    -
Pancha Melendrez    264    766
same set    257,245
Denise Miller    267    724
same set    235,222
Yogi Lorenzen    227,225    673
Mary Ann Dimick    231    624
Pancha Melendrez    225    623
Brandie Binion    225    -
Sandy Naugle    222    -
Jim Nielsen    279    735
Brian Dimick    -    730
Bill Wammes    279    728
Cameron Walter    -    952
Brent Norris    288    -
Jim Korpusik    280    -
National tourney shot
Charles Easton    267    -
Scotty Santysiak    267    -
Youth
Cailyn Overhulse    234    -
 

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