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11th Frame: Fall/winter leagues are winding down (03-26-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 13:00
As the fall/winter leagues are winding down for the close of the season, that means it's time for year-end tournaments and the spring/summer leagues to begin.
As part of its leagues, Al-Mar Lanes holds several special games throughout the year. Some money is held from those events to be awarded during year-end tournaments.
The dates for those tournaments have been announced with all to be held May 7-10, with each tournament starting at 6:30 p.m.
The schedule of those tournaments include Bingo on May 7; Handicap brackets on May 8; Poker on May 9; and the 9-Pot on May 10.
The spring and summer league season will include the Snow Birds league which starts on April 16 on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. The weekly league will bowl two games then have lunch with four members, men or women on each team. Cost is $10 per person, with a choice of sandwiches each week and includes chips and a soft drink.
The remainder of the warm weather leagues will begin in May and June. Details on those leagues to be announced in a future column.
For details on any of the events, call the center at (419) 352-4637.
USBC awards: Two league bowlers each rolled their first 300 game last week.
Justin Harnden, bowling in the American League at Al-Mar Lanes last Wednesday accomplished his 300 on his final game of the night. The Bowling Green State University senior is majoring in aviation and finished with a 733 series. His previous high was a 279.
The following night, Arie Wolfert rolled his first 300 in the Eagles League. It was his second game of the evening and he finished the night with a 738 series.
Youth of the Week: Youth bowlers who bowled the most pins over their average in any one game last week, with pins over, were: Calvin Price, 79; Ty Gibson, 50; Cailyn Overhulse, 221; Destiny Garner, 52.
Surviving the game: The six bowlers eliminated in Week 22 of Al-Mar's "Surviving the Game" with pins under average were: Janet Yarger, Ladies Major, 25; Shalonda Hollins, Stadium View, 38; Jason Slough, Eagles, 41; Jeri Dingman, Ladies Major, 49; Mary Lou Myers, Stadium View, 57; and Betty Winnick, Stadium View, 65. They finished in 19th through 24th place, respectively and each earned $5.

High Rollers:
Bowler    Game    Series
House shot (two weeks)
Arie Wolfert    300    738
Justin Harnden    300    733
Ken North    -    764
Brent Norris     -    744
Donnie Backus    279    739
Mike Ackley    287    733
James Nickels    276    733
Tyler Desmond    277    727
Adam Dilsaver    -    724
Bob Vanscoder    -    723
Brian Dimick    -    721
Mickey Higham    279    993
Donnie Backus    287    -
Jim Korpusik    287    -
Mick Long    287    -
Jim Lowry    279    -
Justin Harnden    276    -
Gary Wachter    276    -
Jim Nielsen    275    -
Pancha Melendrez    247,
234    675
Yogi Lorenzen    256    651
Denise Miller    -    632
Jodie Wint    233    620,
Yogi Lorenzen    233    619,
Pancha Melendrez    228    617
Pancha Melendrez    233    613
Mary Ann Dimick    237    -
Pancha Melendrez    230    -
Marcia Seubert    229    -
Kerry Rickle    224    -
Patty Wells    222    -
Cyndee Boyd    220    -
National tourney shot
Charles Easton    300    749
Donnie Backus    278    740
Jason Ostrosky    287    740
Donnie Backus    275    -
Pancha Melendrez    228    608
Cailyn Overhulse     221    -
Alex Bookenberger    221    -

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