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Men

Joey Quezada, Brunswick Zone Denton .............. 845

Cory Dollard, AMF Richardson Lanes .................. 814

Danny Graf, AMF Showplace Euless Lanes ......... 804

Steve Frazzetto, Plano Super Bowl ....................... 803

Russell Parks, AMF Showplace Garland Lanes ... 794

Chris Johnson, Cowtown Bowling Palace ............ 785

Chris Holliday, USA Bowl ...................................... 783

Aric Alcaraz, AMF DeSoto Lanes .......................... 781

Billy Fontenot, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes ........ 780

Kevin Joliet, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes ............ 780

Chris Hicks, AMF Lewisville Lanes ....................... 764

Jerry Lanier, Rowlett Bowl-a-Rama ....................... 755

Chris Holliday, Cityview Lanes .............................. 740

Jack Soria, Forum Bowl ......................................... 740

Johnathon Hooks, Brunswick Zone Watauga ..... 739

Cameron Johnson, AMF Hurst Lanes ................... 731

Brian Dickerson, Red Bird Lanes .......................... 718

Thomas Anderson, AMF Arlington Lanes ............. 618

Chris Tidwell, AMF Irving Lanes ........................... 610

Women

Tonjah Castro, AMF Showplace Garland Lanes ... 730

Wendy Jones, AMF DeSoto Lanes ........................ 711

Andrea Collins, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes ...... 709

Kerry Rusk, Brunswick Zone Watauga ................. 699

Cathleen Snyder, Brunswick Zone Denton ........... 688

Debbie Barron, AMF Lewisville Lanes .................. 683

Val Goss, AMF Showplace Euless Lanes ............. 682

Jennifer Curl, USA Bowl ........................................ 659

Dawn Borcherding, Forum Bowl ........................... 651

Diana Jessie, Forum Bowl ..................................... 651

Renee Brest, AMF Richardson Lanes ................... 648

Katie Tallant, Cowtown Bowling Palace ................ 643

Lori Vermeer, Plano Super Bowl ........................... 641

Tabitha Wall, Rowlett Bowl-a-Rama ...................... 640

Tana Hightower, AMF Hurst Lanes ........................ 604

Deanna Hoffman, Red Bird Lanes......................... 599

Ann Hayes, AMF Irving Lanes ............................... 509

Michelle Hassler, AMF Arlington Lanes ................ 427

At USA Bowl

Holliday snags 783,

Curl claims 659

Brewster 300

Chris Holliday compiled a topdrawer

278-256-249 = 783 Pony

Express series to head the leader

boards last week at USA Bowl.

Jennifer Curl’s, Holliday’s

league mate, sterling 185-256-218

= 659 session paced the ladies.

David Brewster earned highgame

honors with an awardwinning

12-bagger.

HONOR ROLL

Chris Kyser 243-659, Sherry Brown

221-595, Steve Kerr 257-698, Marty

Barlow 182-507, Van Eggers 198-544,

Georgia Thomas 182-519, Steve Kerr

267-706, Kellen Lewis 203-562, Delbert

Johnson 278-728. Emily Johnson 279-

646, Jim Ellis 190-504, Chris Wooley

131-361, Dondi Rhone 205-551, Cindy

Guidry 202-530, Jeff Schupbach (2

games) 188-338, Lala Schupbach (2

games) 181-360, Fred Vidaud 171-467.

Kim Feltis 161-423, Richard Reger

247-736, Amy Brown 209-588, Bradley

Stevens 259-708, Ruthie McKensie

131-358, Bert Johnson 181-438, Kathy

Mays 168-489, Eric Enocksen 247-669.

Tiffany Simmons 184-515, Brad Ellis

256-661, Paula Booth 195-501.

At Cityview Lanes

Holliday

handles 740

Beam 300

Chris Holliday and Shawn

Beam, from the T.G.I.F. league,

earned high-series and highgame

honors respectively last

week at Cityview Lanes.

Holliday earned high-series

honors with a 279/740 set

while Beam captured highgame

accolades with an awardwinning

12-bagger.

TEXAS WHEELCHAIR

Continued from Page 1

throughout our great country

about our sport.”

At age 15 when Beam began

bowling, it wasn’t something

he really wanted to do, but

after his family, which had

always been involved in the

sport, insisted, he gave it a try.

The first season he bowled,

Beam averaged just 69 but said

the sport “got into his blood”

and he never looked back.

Over the past few years,

Beam has become more serious

about his abilities as a wheelchair

bowler. He joined the

AWBA and began competing in

the organization’s tournaments.

He will compete in the AWBA

National Championships next

month in Milwaukee.

But the most important

thing Beam wants people to

take from his accomplishment

is that bowling is a sport for

anyone confined to a wheelchair,

not just those who want

to be the best.

The best thing about

wheelchair bowling is you have

that sense of camaraderie you

have in sports,” Beam said.

“You don’t have to be good, because

anyone can bowl and it’s

fun for anyone no matter what

your average is. But people

can’t get discouraged because

I’m a testament to how you can

start with a low average and

make it to the top with hard

work and perseverance.”

Even with all the hard work

Beam has put into the sport, he

never imagined he would be

celebrating a perfect game.

Bowling a 300 game was

something I never thought was

possible, and I can’t explain

what it feels like,” Beam said.

“I threw the last ball and I

knew I had hit my mark and

everything was right. When it

struck, I was overwhelmed. If I

could have fallen to my knees,

I would have.”

The American Wheelchair

Bowling Association, which

certifies its competition with

the United States Bowling

Congress, has more than 500

members and conducts an

average of 10 tournaments each

year. For more information on

the AWBA, visit AWBA.org.

BOWLING FOR BEEP

Continued from Page 1

hat and team jersey along

with their company banner on

display. Silent auction items

will be available as well.

The charity event will be

a great opportunity to meet

the players and help support

their effort to get to the Beep

Baseball World Series. If you

haven’t seen Beep baseball

played before, check out this

video clip on YouTube http://

youtu.be/j77yvacmTqM

THE BOWLING NEWS | Thursday, May 31, 2012 | Page 3

P.O. Box 1642, Colleyville, TX 76034

Phone 817-267-8686

Fax 817-267-1813

DBTDFW.COM

Five Member Mixed

Tournament

June 9 & 10

Saturday & Sunday

Total payout of $5,500.00

(for 20 teams) is Guaranteed

If there are 10 entries we will pay 1st $2,900.00, 2nd $1,400.00, 3rd

$700.00, 4th $500.00 = $5,500.00. We pay 1 in 5 entries

Squad Times:

Saturday June 9th at 1:30 PM

Sunday June 10th at 11:00 AM

Team Entry fee: $350.00 ($70 per bowler)

Maximum team cap: 1025

Handicap 80% of 210 with no max on handicap

For more information call:

Duane Bates, Tournament Director

817-805-0124 or email: dbt02@att.net

See flyer for entry blank and full rules.

214-358-1382 Fax: 214-358-4056

10920 Composite Drive, Dallas, TX 75220

Visit us on the Web at www.USABowlInDallas.com

Practice - Practice - Practice

Due to the Texas State Women’s Tournament we are

moving the practice days to:

Mondays & Tuesdays

After 4 PM

The Open (Baton Rouge) and

Women’s (Reno) National

Championships

(We have lanes conditioned with the lane

pattern of each of these tournaments)

$2.00 per game

Practice - Practice - Practice

Give Yourself the Competitive Edge !!!

Due to hosting the Texas State Women’s Tournament,

April 28 thru June 24, please call for lane availability!

The “New”

817-346-0444

The quickest

and best way

to reach people

in bowling–”

Cityviewlanes.net Fax: 817-346-7208

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