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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 09:22
The TSC team won the annual Dean Moosman tournament on Sunday at Al-Mar Lanes.
Sharing the first place prize of $1,000 was Brian Close, who led the team scoring with bookend 236 games for a 686 series; Charles Easton had games of 257 and 249 for a 675; and Kevin Onweller shot 225 and 248 for 673.
Rounding out the winning team was Dave Patchen, 609, and Ron Koles, 606.
TSC totaled 3,249 plus 650 in its three Baker games for their championship total of 3,899.
Second place went to Loma Lindas at 3,865 with 3,245 team series and a 625 in the Bakers. The team shared $600.
Doug Clayton led the team with games of 236 and 245 for 704. Jeff Kruzel rolled 244 for 658; Chuck Reynolds added 242, 657; Kwiatkowsi shot 234, 645 and J.J. Westhoven completed the team scoring with a 216, 576.
Third place went to Carone's with 3,811, including 592 in the Bakers, to earn $350.
Steve Kosier led the team with 268 and 247 for 715, while Joe Beck rolled a 289 for 701. Wyiatt Kosier added 234 for 639.
The Melendrez team was second prior to the Baker games at 3,244. However, its 550 in Bakers dropped them to sixth place. Brad Simon paced the team with 277, 712; Nate Henschen and Gary Schluchter each totaled 683, including high games, respectively of 264 and 279. Tim Munger added a 659 for the team.
Other top individual scores from Wood County bowlers included Gary Quaintance, who had the tournament high set of 722, including high games of 248 and 247; Robb Waynick, 233, 680; Larry Long, 256, 658.
The event was contested on the United States Bowling Congress 2013 national tournament lane condition.
The tournament is named after the late Moosman who was a member of both the Bowling Green and Ohio Halls of Fame. Moosman, former proprietor of Varsity Lanes loved both team bowling and developing youth bowling.
The tournament combined those elements as each of the top three teams received money to award in the form of a scholarship to the youth bowler of their choice.
The tournament is coordinated through the Northwest Ohio Bowling Proprietors.
Memorial event: Qualifying for the annual combined Randy Miller and Vinny Hock memorial tournaments will be contested in Al-Mar leagues throughout March until April 3. The finals are April 4.
Youth of the Week: Youth bowlers who bowled the most pins over their average in any one game last week, with pins over, were: Quinn Beeker, 93; Erin Spangenberg, 57; Brandon Knell, 59; Jerrad Main, 58.
Surviving the game: Four of the seven bowlers eliminated for Week 18 in Al-Mar's "Surviving the Game" were all from the Eagles league.
Those dropping with league and pins under average were: Patsy Lambert, Stadium View, 105; Mary Lou Myers, Ladies Major, 76; Mike Farr and Wally Fraker, both Eagles, tied at 67; Nate Truman, Elks, 61; Randy Adams, Eagles, 51; and Brenda Moore, Eagles, 49.
High Rollers:
Bowler    Game    Series
House shot
Donnie Backus    279    780
Ken North    279    751
Tony Iler    -    735
Kurt Wood    -    725
Kyle Friedley    -    723
Carlos Calderon    279    -
Roger Pierstorff    379    -
Jake Wint    277    -
Brian Stretchbery    277    -
Bob Vanscoder    277    -
Yogi Wammes    225    614
Jessica Simon    220    -
National tourney shot
Josh Crawford    279    735
Pancha Melendrez    
215(2)    635
Erin Spangenberg    201    565
Quinn Beeker    213    -

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