|BGI wins middle school tourney|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 26 February 2013 12:11|
The Middle School Travel league held its year-end tournament last weekend with Bowling Green I winning with 2,148 pins, followed by Eastwood at 2,129.
Anthony Haney led BGI with a 451 series, including games of 147, 153 and 151.
Adam Iler had a 151 game in his 405 set; Cailyn Overhulse added a 158, 396 and Tyler Noon completed the team scoring with a 146, 392. The team's Baker games totaled a tournament-high 504, including high games of 180 and 166.
Eastwood was led by Alex Bookenberger with games of 147, 149 and 161 for 457, followed closely by Jordan Cook with a 176 and 147 for 452. Rebecca Grinstead added 159, 436, while Josh Dennis completed the team scoring at 339.
Wood County bowlers earning all-tournament team honors were Haney and Bookenberger for the boys and Destiny Garner for the girls, who competed with ninth place Bowling Green II. She rolled games of 167, 144 and 148 for a 459.
USBC awards: For the third consecutive week, a bowler in the American League recorded a 300 game. Last Wednesday, Chuck Close recorded his seventh career perfect game. He finished with a 769 series.
Youth of the Week: Youth bowlers who bowled the most pins over their average in any game recently, with pins over, were: Feb. 16: Angelina Flores, 68; Kayla Serres, 59; Carson Charville, 50; Dawson Wohler, 46; Feb. 23: Erin Spangenberg, 66; Cailyn Overhulse, 53; Blayne Keller, 53; Nico Calderon and Cody Nguyen, both, 39..
Youth tourney: Originally promoted as an event for high school students, Star Lanes at the Harbor, 311 Buckeye Blvd., Port Clinton has decided to open its inaugural youth scholarship tournament to all area students. It is slated for 11 a.m. April 21 at the former Harbor Lanes, which is operated under the new name by brothers Jeff and John Lizzi.
The tournament will feature six qualifying games crossing lanes before being cut to the top eight boys and top six girls who will bowl head-to-head matches.
Entry fee is $50 per bowler.
A minimum of one out of seven bowlers will receive scholarships. Advance registration is due by April 16. A $10 late fee will apply at the door.
For more information, call the center at (419) 734-2695.
Surviving the game: The six bowlers eliminated in Week 18 of Al-Mar's "Surviving the Game" with pins under average were: Nate Grames, Randy Miller Classic, who bowed out; Lori Hutton, Ladies Major, 145; Ray Baker Jr., Eagles, 93; Angela Iliff, Ladies Major, 86; Ray Baker, Eagles, 60; and Bonnie Carrington, Ladies Major, 53.
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