|Waynick earns scholarship (6-11-13)|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Tuesday, 11 June 2013 09:31|
Local youth bowler Kyle Waynick was among the scholarship winners in the annual Ohio Pepsi Youth tournament held in Columbus.
Waynick totaled 1,378 for the six games, a nearly 230 average. He thus finished eighth in the 20 and under boys division and earned a $75 scholarship.
USBC awards: John Przybylski, bowling in the Summer PBA Plus league at Al-Mar Lanes, recently rolled his first career 300 game.
The league competes on very challenging lane conditions. It was his fourth game of the night giving him a 949 total. He previously had a high of 253 in his 649 series.
The oil pattern used for this effort was the World Tournament Bowler's Association, Los Angeles event, pattern.
Reminder: The summer Kids Bowl Free league begins Wednesday at Al-Mar Lanes. There is still time to participate for a very nominal fee, parents or other adults can bowl with the youth for a very nominal fee.
Details at the bowling center or by calling
Teaser: Al-Mar will once again host many of the top professional senior bowlers in the world for its upcoming regional tournament July 30 to Aug. 1. for the PBA 50 Central/Midwest Classic event. The local center is trying to organize a special kick-off tournament where amateur bowlers can add a professional to their team for the special Baker-format event. Watch for details at the,bowling center's website.
Publication note: This will be the the final regularly scheduled column in this 25th season. An additional column could appear during the summer if news warrants. The weekly column is expected to return in late August or early September.
Bowler Game Series
National tourney (PBA) shot
John Przybylski 300 949
Chad Rieger - 732
Nate Henschen 267 -
Yogi Lorenzen 208 575
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