Brent Norris won the adult pro-am event Friday night at Varsity Lanes.
The tournament was the kickoff to last weekend’s Professional Bowlers Association regional tournament at
Jordan Cook and Kyle Methena were the youth champions of their pro-am event, taking the minor and major
Norris entered with a 206 average and rolled games of 250, 244 and 273 for a 769 series. His pro partners
added high games of 286 and 278 for a 781 to boost his total to 1,592 with handicap.
Cook, 112 average, won the younger division with a 1,410 total including his high games of 169 and 206
for a 458 series. The pros added a 688 total.
Elise Semko, 94 average, took second place in the minor division with a 1,383 total. She had a pair of
127 games in her 370 series and received a 695 pro total.
Lydia Dunn, 92, average, finished third with a 1,376 total. Her high game was a 143 in her 357 set. Her
pros also gave her a 695.
Methena and the other two trophy winners in the older division, each had identical 691 totals from their
Methena, 115 average, had high games of 197 and 178 in his 526 series for a 1,472 winning total in the
Jared Haas, 144, average rolled games of 232 and 234 in his 595 set for a 1,454 total for second place.
The third-place trophy went to Lucas Rucki with a 1,412 handicap total. The 88-average bowler finished
with a high game of 153 and a 385 series.
The pro-ams were contested using the no-tap scoring system which credits bowlers with a strike for
knocking down nine pins on their first ball.
There was no prize money awarded in the adult pro-am tournament this year, and only the champion was