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11th Frame: Jenne wins youth fundraiser (04-02-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:27
Al-Mar Lanes held a fundraiser on Friday evening with proceeds being used to assist the youth bowling program including the high school teams. As no prize money was awarded, the youth could participate with two of them taking the top two spots.
Lucas Jenne won the no-tap event with games of 190, 261 and 276 for a 727 series and 883 with handicap. Brian LeGalley finished second with an 866 handicap total. His games were 253, 230 and 263 for a 746 actual.
Scores are higher in the no-tap format as nine pins knocked down on the first ball counts as a strike.
The top adult bowler, Wally Fraker, finished third at 865, just one pin behind LeGalley. Fraker had games of 261, 230 and 239 for a 730 set. Evelyn Noon finished fourth at 855. She had a 681 series including a consistent set of 230, 227 and 224.
Kyle Waynick, another high school bowler, rolled the only no-tap 300 of the event.
Adult-youth tourney: Al-Mar will hold its sixth annual Adult/Youth tournament on April 12 at 6:30 p.m. There are four divisions based on age and relationships. The youth divisions are divided 12-and-under and 13-and-over and further divided as to if they are bowling with a parent/grandparent or another adult. One out of every five entrants in each division will advance to the state event in Columbus.
TV: Beginning this week through Aug. 21, all adult bowlers at Al-Mar will receive an entry into a drawing for a 50-inch television with each paid game of bowling. The tickets will be awarded to bowlers who are current with league dues in league bowling, as well as entrants into tournaments and those who come for open bowling. Details are available at the bowling center.
Kids Bowl Free: Al-Mar will again participate in its "Kids Bowl Free" program this summer. As a promotional event, the program is also being offered this week as many students are on spring break from classes.
This week's promotion is for those who register for the upcoming season by visiting
Youth of the Week: Youth bowlers who bowled the most pins over their average in any one game last week, with pins over, were: Blayne Keller, 74; Brandon Knell, 57; Kelly Miller, 72; and Quinn Beeker, 64..
Surviving the game: The six bowlers eliminated in Al-Mar's "Surviving the Game" were: Jake Smith who finished in 18th place to earn $5 after bowling 89 pins below his average in the Eagles League.
Those finishing in 13th through 17th place, respectively, with pins under average, (each earning $10) were Tracy Close, Ladies Major, 27; Kerry Rickle, Ladies Major, 30; Sid Sink. American, 32; John Wolff, Elks, 40; and Richard Koontz, Eagles, 60.
High Rollers:
Bowler    Game    Series
House shot
Jodie Wint    279    669
Mary Ann Dimick
225    635
Mary Ann Dimick
245    633
Yogi Lorenzen    232    621,823
Yogi Lorenzen    -    619
Pancha Melendrez    
235    615
Jessica Simon    220    614
Lisa Baker    236    -
Denise Miller    231    -
Teresa Lambert    224    -
Linda Hertzfeld    222    -
Mickey Higham    276    769,974
Jim Korpusik    279    762
Donnie Backus    278    743
Gary Richardson    
289    737
Dennis St. Peter    
289    735
Ryan Allgire    -    731
Nate Henschen    -    721
Josh Crawford    289    -
Matt Truman    287    -
Justin Kruse    278    -
Bob Desmond Jr.     
277    -
Blayne Keller    215    -
Cailyn Overhulse
195    -

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