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Our 56th Year

VOL. 56, NO. 55 www.TheBowlingNews.net NOVEMBER 22, 2012

Inside:

VIP program returns and

expands in 2013

At US Open. Page 3

Storm National Mixed

Winners

From Reno. Page 4

Bowlers Journal launches

digital magazine

Page 6

Features

Last Call w/Leisha

By Leisha Murr Page 2

Honor Roll Page 3

Tomorrow’s Stars Page 6

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Power Grooves find

SASBA win

Power Groove team winners of the SASBA Match-Play Foursome

at Plano Super Bowl. From left, Bob McGregor, Chris Johnson, Jim

Stephens, and Stefanie Nation.

The star-laden Power Groove

team finished what they started

last year, by winning the 2012

Brunswick SASBA Match-Play

Foursome at Plano Super Bowl.

Bob McGregor, Jim Stephens,

Stefanie Nation, and Chris

Johnson dominated the field

in last years’ event only to lose

in the championship match

and finish second. This year

however they would not be

stopped as they once again lead

the tournament in average and

points won. For the 10 games

they averaged 237 per person,

more than four pins higher

than the closest competitor

with, Stephens(the over 50

member) leading the way with

a 245 average.

In second place was Mike

Lynch, Paul McCordic, Alecia

Henderson, Paul Henderson;

third Butch Calvert, Donald

My favorite tournament

of the year is coming up this

week. The 6th Thanksgiving

Eve Mag Pin Marathon at Plano

Super Bowl. The event starts at

8 PM with check-in at 7 PM on

Wednesday Nov. 21st. Entry fee

is $100 for the 8-game marathon.

As always you will bowl

on the highly unique Magnesium

pins. It’s a treat to get to

bowl on pins that are tough to

knock down. Don’t miss this

once a year opportunity.

To keep the good times

Robinson, Lynda Barnes,

Jonathan Wiley; fourth Horace

Childress, Bob Troutt, Sue

Schellhardt, Kristopher Prather;

fifth John Martin, Mike Basket,

Traci Davis, Ted Pritts.

As usual the tournament

filled with 48 teams, with high

scores and great competition

being the predominant theme.

High average for the men

was Tyler Jensen who averaged

253, and Tyson Branagan

averaged 250. For the ladies

Brenda Padilla averaged 239,

Jim Stephens averaged 245 for

the Seniors, and high for the

Super Seniors was Roger West

with 237.

Team McGregor won $4400

for first, Team Lynch second

for $3060, Team Calvert third

for $2400, Team Childress

fourth for $2000, and Team

Martin fifth for $1600.

Upcoming Mag Pin

Tournaments

rolling; Terry Taylor will be

hosting a Thanksgiving Night

“3 strikes you’re out” tournament

at AMF Showplace Lanes

Euless. He will also be using

the Mag Pins. Thursday Nov

22nd, Entry fee is $70 and the

event starts at 7 PM. Contact

Terry Taylor if you would like

to bowl.

Two great tournament

using Mag Pins, what could

be better? Get out there and

participate.

Joy McGregor and

Dick Smith pass away.

Page 2

World Bowling Tour

sees continued growth

ARLINGTON — The World

Tenpin Bowling Association

World Bowling Tour will see

continued growth in 2013 and

include double points for major

events.

The 2013 schedule, which

actually includes two events

from late 2012, will consist of

15 events, two of which are

exclusively for women.

The World Bowling Tour

has been a tremendous success

in its first two seasons,”

Freshman throws first 300

By Kayla Endicott, Staff Writer

Keith Thomas Jr. is a freshman

at North Crowley High

School. When asked about the

changes between high school

and middle school he replied

“High school has a lot more

school work and classes. The

way they handle athletics is

also different. All around, it’s

just more work”. Keith doesn’t

bowl for high school because

he has league Saturday mornings.

He holds a 226 average

and after 3 years of bowling,

Keith threw his first 300. “It

was October 13, 2012. I was

at Saturday morning league at

Cityview Lanes and everybody

in the alley just stopped and

watched me. I was nervous and

excited I guess. Plus a little

pressured cause everybody was

counting on me” he stated. His

highest game prior to bowling

his 300, was a 296. “I wanted

to finally shoot my 300 cause

I’ve came close so many times

before. Once I start getting

closer to finishing the game,

anxiety picks up and I begin to

WTBA President and CEO

Kevin Dornberger said. “We

look forward to continuing the

great partnerships we have

developed over the past two

years while also welcoming in

new events in 2013.”

The first event on the

2013 schedule is currently in

progress in Las Vegas, United

States, at the PBA World

Championship. As a major on

the schedule, the event will

Continued on Page 10

Keith Thomas Jr.

shake a little.”

Keith enjoys throwing Storm

equipment. “I love all my bowling

balls, but if I had to choose

my favorite, I would have to

say it’s my Crossroad.” If given

the opportunity, he would like

to bowl for college but Keith is

also a football player. “I still

have a long life ahead of me. I

don’t want to make any decisions

yet on which road I‘m

going to take.” For now, you

can catch Keith on the fields at

school and the bowling alley

on the weekends.

WSOB Spoiler Alert

The Championship Round competition of the PBA World

Series of Bowling events will be shown in tape delayed form

starting on December 16, 2012, and concluding with the PBA

World Championship on January 13.

The Bowling News is going to give you the results of

those tournaments now, since the bowling is complete, and

its news now. We understand that you may not want to know

the results and will want to be surprised when the events are

aired. In respect to that we are putting the results towards

the back of the paper this week.

If you would like to know the Championship Round

results of the recently contested PBA WSOB events, they can

be found on page 10.


Page 2 | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | THE BOWLING NEWS

By Leisha Murr

Ahh… the holidays are

officially upon us. With

Thanksgiving this week and

Christmas just a few weeks

away, it always reminds me to

be thankful. I try to be grateful

and say Thank You every day,

but the holidays always remind

me of the people and things I

have to be thankful for.

One of the first things

most people will say they are

thankful for is their health.

I’m not the healthiest person

in the world, but I am glad

that I’m healthy enough to do

the things I enjoy like bowling

and playing softball. We just

finished another softball season

and I’m grateful to have made it

through with great weather and

without any injuries. Every year

I get reminded that I’m getting

too old to keep playing ball, but

sadly I’m still one of the youngest

on my team so they won’t

let me use that excuse to quit

playing. And, I really do still

enjoy it most of the time. We

play teams half our ages and

still managed to go undefeated

again this session.

The next thing I am always

thankful for is my family. First

of all, they put up with me and

I’m not sure everyone’s family

would. All of my life, they have

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sometimes. And they forgive

me for mistakes I’ve made and

love me through it all. We can

all lean on each other in my

family and it makes all things

in life a little easier.

I’m also very thankful for

my bowling family. It always

warms my heart to see how

the bowling community comes

together like a family in times

of loss or need. I’ve said this

before about how generous

bowlers are when it comes to

raising money for charities like

the diabetes foundation, breast

and other cancer research,

veterans, etc., but we are also

generous when it comes to

helping each other. In this

extended family, we may not all

know each other, but we know

someone who knows the person

everyone is trying to help.

Families are a large part of

the bowling community. How

many children start bowling

because their father bowls or

their grandmother bowls? I

know my siblings and I started

because our mother bowled

every week. It’s great that

bowling is a sport that you can

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participate in a league with

your entire family. You can be

on a team with your children,

parents, and even grandparents

and still be competitive. It’s

very rare that I find someone

who is really into bowling who

doesn’t have someone else in

their family who is or was a

bowler. I notice it in the Looking

Back section of the paper

every week, one generation of

a family can be in the 20 years

ago and their child will show

up in the 10 years ago section.

It’s really great to see.

Speaking of sections in the

paper, has anyone else noticed

how short the Honor Roll has

gotten? We haven’t had that

many centers in the metroplex

shut down recently, but there are

just fewer who are getting the

paper each week. I had a bowler

in my league talking to me

about this last week. He finally

bowled another honor score, but

because it was at another center

that wasn’t taking the paper it

won’t get printed for him to be

able to keep in his memorabilia

or scrapbook. So, congrats to Bill

Criss for bowling a 299 game at

Cityview a few weeks ago. It’s

really not that expensive for a

center to keep The Bowling News

coming in the building each

week. It’s a small price to pay to

be able to showcase your league

bowlers, give them the opportunity

to know what tournaments

and other things are going on

around the metroplex, and read

my wisdom (or nonsense) each

week.

And finally, I’m thankful

to Tony, Genie, and the rest of

The Bowing News family for

giving me the opportunity to

share a part of myself each

week. Thank you all for

continuing to read each week

and I hope you enjoy Last Call!

Dick Smith

passes away

SASBA Hall of Famer

and long-time DFW bowling

legend, Dick Smith

passed away on Friday

November 9th after a long

battle with cancer. He was

71 yrs-old.

Smith was an eight-time

SASBA champion who is

20th on the all-time earnings

list with over $62,000.

He is remembered by his

bowling friends as an

extremely kind man who

always had a smile on his

face. His bowling ball will

always be remembered as

having the power to knock

more pins than it was

supposed to, earning him

several nicknames over the

years for his penchant for

the sloppy strike.

He is survived by

his wife Jan, children,

grandchildren, and

great-grandchildren

He was buried at the

Acton Cemetery in Grandbury,

TX on Nov. 12th.

Joy McGregor passes away

Joy McGregor, wife of Hall

of Famer Bob McGregor, lost

her 18-month battle with

cancer on Tuesday November

13th and went home to her

Lord and Savior.

She is survived by her loving

husband, Bob; daughters,

Kelly Parker, Ryan Asprion

and husband Rene, Cory

Postema and husband Andy;

brother, Gene Arnold and wife

Sherry; grandsons, Zachariah

and Noah Postema, Blake and

Nickolas Parker, Nolan and

Dalton Asprion.

The memorial service was

held Monday November 19th at

10 a.m. at Glory of Zion Church

in Corinth, TX.

From Bob: Joy hoped that

in lieu of flowers you would

consider a gift that we would

forward to the Mango Tree

Church in Cambodia. It’s

Joy McGregor

named that because its mem- started the church in a small,

out-of-the-way village. Joy

jumped in and began supporting

the group with money to

buy food (they had very little

during the dry season) and to

start construction at $0.10 per

brick on a small church building.

The foundation and walls

are in, and I believe they (the

members) are now working on

the roof and interior as they

receive funds. It’s nothing like

the church buildings we see

Joy and grandson Nolan.

bers have been meeting under

a mango tree for many months.

We found out about it not long

ago from our Cambodian next

door neighbor whose nephew

every day, but it will be a wonderful

gathering place for the

villagers. If this appeals to you,

please make out your check to

Glory of Zion international and

on the “for” or “subject” line of

the check be sure to write “Joy

McGregor Memorial Fund.”

The McGregors and their daughters, from left, Joy, Kelly

Parker, Ryan Asprion, Bob and Cory Postema.

At AMF DeSoto

Alcaraz produces 769,

Jones jams 740

Aric Alcaraz high-series

of 278-245-246 = 769 in the

Pushovers league led the scoring

parade for the week at AMF

DeSoto Lanes.

Wendy Jones fronted distaff

scoring with an outstanding 224-

262-254 = 740 DeSoto Classic set.

HONOR ROLL

JD Jackson 245-691, Debra Williams

225-549, Robert Lewis, Jr. 226-600, Shirl

Cubit 193-474, Roger Strand 254-665,

Dellie Bolton 203-563, Chuck Mooney

216-640, Joyce Thurman 223-537.

Bam Pride 279-741, Jolynn Baird

225-610, Bill Gast 224-619, Vicky

Dunn 183-523, Videll Kelly 247-714,

Joyce Thurman 195-548, Ruben Rios

215-628, Janie Munoz 200-568, Bam

Pride 263-756.

Stacey Pride 216-569, Mike Miller

258-735, Troy Howell 217-592.

SENIORS

Don Moore 244-623, Helen Shelton

188-500, James Bridges 225-619, Glenda

Cleveland 181-502.


Men

Anthony Simonsen, Plano Super Bowl ....................... 857

Mike Larue, Brunswick Zone Watauga ..................... 798

Kevin Roberts, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes .............. 792

Jimmie Smith, Forum Bowl ........................................ 791

Michael Keith, BRC Thousand Oaks ........................... 787

Larry Darvis, AMF Showplace Lewisville Lanes ........ 783

Paul Fleming, Cowtown Bowling Palace .................... 783

Ronnie Copeland, AMF Showplace Euless ................. 782

Aric Alcaraz, AMF DeSoto Lanes ............................... 769

Mike Faulkenberry, AMF Showplace Garland ............ 765

Ted Pritts, AMF Richardson Lanes ............................. 764

Tristan Bridgewater, Red Bird Lanes.......................... 750

Brian Brenner, Rowlett Bowl-a-Rama ........................ 745

Mark Donnell, Strikz .................................................. 693

Women

Wendy Jones, AMF DeSoto Lanes ............................. 740

Diana Jessie, AMF Showplace Euless Lanes ............. 732

Kimberly Wilson, AMF Richardson Lanes .................. 726

Susan Lee, Rowlett Bowl-a-Rama ............................. 704

Miki Jo Parish, Cowtown Bowling Palace .................. 703

Traci Davis, AMF Showplace Garland Lanes ............. 693

Helen Keith, BRC Thousand Oaks .............................. 690

Cindy Mann, Plano Super Bowl.................................. 681

Heather Robb, AMF Showplace Lewisville ................ 680

Emily Montgomery, Forum Bowl ................................ 674

Julie McHugh, Brunswick Zone Watauga ................... 673

Jasmine Watkins, Red Bird Lanes ............................. 668

Terri Trefger, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes ................. 648

Amy Marshall, Strikz .................................................. 546

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THE BOWLING NEWS | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | Page 3

VIP program returns and expands in 2013

ARLINGTON — The introduction

of the VIP program

at the United States Bowling

Congress Open Championships

in 2012 was a memorable

success, and the opportunity to

be a VIP again will be available

when the tournament heads to

Reno, Nev., in 2013.

More than 250 bowlers

signed up to be VIPs during

the program's inaugural year

in Baton Rouge, La., and their

feedback influenced some

enhancements for the upcoming

tournament. There also

will be a VIP program at the

USBC Women's Championships

in 2013.

Each VIP package includes

several gifts, discounts and

other features combined into

one great deal geared toward

the bowlers at each tournament.

VIP memberships for

the Open and Women's Championships

can be purchased

exclusively on BOWL.com for

just $229.95.

"The VIP program was very

well-received and sold out last

year, and in 2013, it will have

Jimmie Smith, from the

Crusaders group, pocketed

power-laden 279-251-261 = 791

numbers en route to earning

high-set honors for the week at

Forum Bowl.

Emily Montgomery dominated

scoring for the ladies with highseries

honors of 226-201-247

= 674 in her blue-ribbon Fun

Bunch set.

James Ellington earned highgame

honors with an awardwinning

12-bagger.

HONOR ROLL

Mark Neville 245-644, Mary Edgett

218-564, Joe Doctor (9 pin) 300-806,

Glenda Nelson (9 pin) 280-748, Holly

Ginn 199-570, Glenda Nelson 181-508,

Stephen Gray 278-717, Whitney Herr

214-597.

Russell Corwin (9 pin, 4 games)

1122, Dani Kwaczala (9 pin, 4 games)

261-913, Chris Cobb 249-548, Jenny

Hartwig 173-451, Blaine Borcherdi

244-709, Donna Pulice 205-555, Marvin

Sitts, jr. 278-754.

Lisa Girton 246-642, Marty Valdez

178-501, Sandy Loyd 157-409, John

more features, benefits and

value for our bowlers," said

Brian Lewis, USBC's Managing

Director of Tournaments.

"We're also looking forward to

the addition of an exciting VIP

At Brunswick Zone Watauga

Larue smashes 798,

McHugh blisters 673

Lansdowne 298

Mike Larue was the man to

beat last week at Brunswick Zone

Watauga with a hard-hitting

798 Ballard’s Invitational league

production.

Julie McHugh fired a blueribbon

265/673 Mix It Up set to

head the ladies’ leader boards.

Travis Lansdowne’s 298 solo

earned high-game honors.

HONOR ROLL

Jon Redfield 749, Tyler Boston 756,

Miki Jo Parish 659, Dave Schwartz

742, Sandy Dooley 587, Tim Laird 677,

At Forum Bowl

Smith crunches 791,

Montgomery blasts 674

Ellington 300

Munson 268-660, Pam Griffin 225-590,

James Ellington (4 games) 1041, Alecia

Henderson (4 games) 258-900.

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Bud Haselden 666, Cathy Holland

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Sherri Flannery 571, Susan Witt 564,

Dan Aleksandrowicz 728.

Kerry Rusk 621, Steve Fuhrman 711,

Kristi Cantrell 631.

SENIORS

Eddy Smith 615, Maria Kennedy

513, Keith Lefever 615, Sue Condotta

523.

Bill McCormack 257-704, Annie

Akanni 199-586, Robert Bannon

278-718, Karen Hoyle 237-670, Jimmie

Hanzelka 222-616, Nancy Burden 200-

542, James Svinning 246-663, Tami

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Feuane Vongkham 257-690, Valerie

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Page 4 | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | THE BOWLING NEWS

Storm National Mixed Championships comes to a close

RENO, Nev. — The 2012

Storm National Mixed Championships

ended in dramatic

fashion as new leaders emerged

in 10 divisions at the National

Bowling Stadium during the

tournament's final weekend.

Jackie Wyckoff of Campbell,

Calif., led the way as she

captured the top spot in three

events, while Renee Steele of

Carson City, Nev., and John

Bertolina of Henderson, Nev.,

each grabbed the lead in two

events. All standings are

considered unofficial until final

verifications are made.

Wyckoff, a Bowling Writers

Association of America board

member, had success at the

Stadium earlier in the year as

she helped Coefficient of Friction

of Palo Alto, Calif., claim

the Scratch Team title at the

United States Bowling Congress

Women's Championships.

In her return visit to the

one-of-a-kind Stadium, Wyckoff

rolled games of 269, 231 and

225 for a 725 series to lead

Anthony Simonsen outscored

the competition again last week

at Plano Super Bowl with a dual

award-winning 279-300-278 =

OPEN ON THANKSGIVING DAY

Mixed Singles Women's Scratch

and used an additional 20 pins

of handicap per game to post

the top score in Mixed Singles

Women's Handicap with 785.

She also teamed up with Steve

Corsaro of Tracy, Calif., to

record a 1,352 combined score

to take over the lead in Mixed

Doubles Scratch.

Steele already had made a

name for herself at the 2012

National Mixed Championships

by rolling an 816 series and

taking the lead in three events

when she competed two weeks

earlier. In her second effort at

the "Taj Mahal of Tenpins,"

Steele grabbed the top spot in

All-Events Women's Scratch

with 2,043 as well as the lead

in the Six-Game Scratch Singles

event with 1,462.

Steele ended the 2012 tournament

leading four events.

She also led Open Singles

Women's Scratch and Handicap

with scores of 816 and 852,

respectively.

Bertolina grabbed the lead

At Plano Super Bowl

Simonsen soars to 300/857,

Mann delivers 681

Wasson 805, Brodeur and Plagens add 300’s

857 Showstoppers youth league

production.

Tam Wasson finished close

behind Simonsen with an award-

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Three doubles pairings also

moved into the lead during the

final weekend. Rudy Moreno of

Reno, Nev., and David Dayton

of Carson City, Nev., took

the top spot in Open Doubles

Handicap with a 1,478 handicap

series, while Larry Cooper

of Reno, Nev., and Dave Hewitt

of Fremont, Calif., grabbed

the Senior Doubles Scratch

lead with 1,393. In the Adult/

Youth Doubles Scratch division,

Welby Spanton of Citrus

Heights, Calif., and Bill Nichols

of Roseville, Calif., worked

together to post the high score

with 1,258.

Chris Klerk of Chandler,

Ariz., made the biggest mark

in 2012 as he sat atop the

leaderboard in five divisions.

He fired an 813 series on his

winning 805 Pepsi Classic Series.

Cindy Mann, from the

Sportsman group, locked up the

top score for the ladies with an

impressive 226-222-233 = 681

set.

Ryan Brodeur and Mark

Plagens shared high-game honors

with Simonsen as each recorded

award-winning 12-baggers.

HONOR ROLL

Lee Gramly 225-600, Robyn Gramly

195-543, Mike Brenner 257-713, Janet

Murphy 28-589, Paul Morton 267-698,

Cindy Short 184-539, Wayne Dodson

279-704, Susan Svidlow 235-590,

Jim Ballew 259-696. Maria Meyers

195-508, Shawn Lewis 154-622, Kim

Boyko 169-443, Russell Wright 279-

675, Debbie Moitor 170-477, Jim Holt

267-751, Patricia Fajardo 224-586, Bill

Pieper 212-586, Betty Kiefert 215-579.

Daniel Arriola 280-755, Jeremy Braden

244-670, Karen Clevenger 224-607,

Paul Colter 210-573, Catherine Reiber

131-319, Justin Pittsinger 276-693,

Mandy Pezzano 221-600, Cathy Sposito

239-615.

Michelle VanGilder 204-577, John

Precourt, Sr. 268-727, Tom Hay 279-723,

Ed O;Keeffe 195-553, Sandy Genovese

171-510, Marshall Medlin 263-745,

Robin Harrison 229-620, Robert

Martsolf 257-702.

Melissa Lastovica 194-539, Brenda

Buchanan 245-596, Mary Johansen

208-519, Richard Felixson 267-713,

Linda Davidson 222-554, Howard

Planey 259-734, Ashley Goss 225-607,

Alan Gohlke 279-674. Debbie Taylor

179-496, Jim Kiser 279-780, Libby

Cherry 205-551, Tam Wasson (4 games)

279-1074, Megan Simon (4 games) 242-

847, Butch Kirby, Jr. 280-777, Michelle

VanGilder 228-641.

Bryant Lewis 257-728, Kay

Pingsterhaus 229-634, Alan Gohlke

276-690, Mary Patrick 176-523, Stan

Allen 257-727, Trina Ferguson 201-504,

Ron Fazio 783.

way to the lead in Open Singles

Men's Scratch, and took Open

Singles Men's Handicap with

828. He also led the way in

Mixed Singles Men's Scratch

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At BRC Thousand Oaks

Keith leads with 297/787,

Keith garners 690

Jefferson 299

SAN ANTONIO – Michael

Keith headed the leader boards

last week at BRC Thousand Oaks

with a strike-filled 279-211-297

= 787 Thursday Early Mixed

league series.

Helen Keith headed the ladies

race with a hard-hitting 237-248-

205 = 690 Miller Funtime set.

DeeJay Jefferson’s near

perfect 299 solo earned highgame

honors.

HONOR ROLL

John Vorpahl 289-742, Jennifer

Harper 235-611, Barbara Neve 225-636,

Steven Sorrells 269-745, Glen Mossler

245-642, Nancy Fredette 188-422,

Dee Pollock 187-504, Chuck Jackola

279-725.

Vickie Kern 223-639, Ray Mayo

279-586, Rogina Anthony 226-560,

Quentin Snow 245-692, Selina Perez

205-566, George Coffee 226-552, Inge

Parker 215-529, Bruce Rice 224-653,

2,560 and 2,767, respectively.

Ed Smaglik, Jennifer Cain and

Teri Hamilton joined Klerk in

the team effort.

The 2012 event marked the

10th anniversary of the National

Mixed Championships.

Starting on Aug. 1, more than

1,500 bowlers from 32 states

Continued on Page 11

Vivian Corona 194-549.

Dan Hernandez 279-696, Rachel

Spaulding 240-567, David Greenfield

268-729, Charlotte Minor 225-590,

Shawn Salzman 279-747, Allison Hall

287-638, William Johnson 279-710.

David Greenfield 279-717, Brenda

Clink 195-536, Wayne Critchfield

235-604, Jennifer Keith 241-574, Steven

Sorrells 223-630, Glenys Frazier 215-

587, Mike DiSanto 269-683.

Leticia Rodriguez 204-531, John

Vorpahl 251-730, Barbara Neve

204-534, Marisela Galeana 191-549,

DeeJay Jefferson 725, Michelle Stewart

246-671.

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George Coffee 249-684, Anna

Robison 184-529, Dale Smith 236-662,

Bobbie Strickland 193-496, Chuck

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Judy Weber 174-494.

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Jay Lopez topped the Fort

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with a thundering 264/736 Trinity

# 1 series at AMF Showplace

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Deidra Juetten paced the

girls with a high-flying 222/594

Wonders set at AMF Showplace

Euless Lanes.

At AMF Showplace Euless Lanes

– Kamari Wine 203-586, Jay Lopez

216-617, Micah McCracken 205-579,

Alex Scotch 195-538, Zackary Brown

122-296, Jakob Stahrfisher 99-272,

Jerome Johnson 89-167, Jake Scheiden

58-105, Shyanne Johnson 194-574,

Alexa Veigel 202-571, Nicquelle Orr

153-425, Alexa Veigel 200-473, Kiley

Knittle 148-412, Victoria Hylton 137-

382, Shamika Anthony 81-155.

At Brunswick Westcreek Lanes –

Kamari Wine 255-617, Katie Hamlin

166-417, Jared Nichols 195-542, Tore

Freeman 156-387, Kevin Williams,

Jr. 116-324, Katarina Korn 133-392,

Tra McKinney 95-263, Megan McDuff

96-256, Dylan Morris 187-464, Teddy

Nelson 120-331, Brendan Gentry 103-

263, Barrett Danelski 207-517, Tristyn

Young 152-418, Buddy Dooley 143-361,

John Diaz II 92-250, Phillip Easley

91-250.

At Brunswick Zone Watauga –

Micah McCracken 258-699, Bayleigh

Padron 196, Ashley Walker 523,

Zachery Eades 186, Gloriann Lewis 269,

Chris Sears 380, Katharina Mente 379,

Kody Cantrell 626, Brian Johnson 487,

Alexis Larue 286, Madelyn Rogers 441.

At Cowtown Bowling Palace –

Adam Beasley 223-626, Nadia Stone

191-516, Matthew Cranfill 246-596,

Shyanne Johnson 195-506, Collin Clark

225-583, Brittney Martin 193, Daniel

Christopher 217-545, Errol Bostic, Jr.

96-175, Katie Roberts 64-122, Laura

Collins 57-108, Jake Swift 154-364,

Bethany Jones 131-265, Seth Skinner

138-336, Ro’Nae Medearis 112-329,

Matthew Lamaster 112, Lana Salcedo

72-202, Nathan Runthrough 236-595,

Dannyella Hochstine 158-427, Adam

Beasley 223-626, Daniel Christopher

151-266, Bethany Jones 92-173, Ashley

Jones 71-109.

At Forum Bowl – Hamilton Joseph

83-164, Jennifer Crawford 92-175, Dane

Wehr 89-158, Ananiah Williams 88-167,

Marcus Hernandez 182-533, Lexey

Hilker 165-432, Jason Honegger 178-

457, Katelynn Correll 146-417, Brandon

Shirley 203-594, Kristen Hilker 210-534,

Jeremy Dunnn 210-589, Shelbie Goad

181-465.

Sam Houston women’s bowling

team wins in Montgomery

The Sam Houston women’s bowling team.

The Sam Houston State Univ

Lady Bearkats kept up the hot

run they are on by winning the

Area USBC

Youth Scores

Dylan Brown headed the

Southwest-area USBC youth

bowling last week with a booming

275-274-225 = 774 Scholarship

series at BRC Thousand

Oaks.

Amanda Pate, Brown’s league

mate, paced the girls with a fine

199-243-224 = 666 set.

At BRC Thousand Oaks, San

Antonio – Robert Wright 131-383,

Makayla Jacobs 127-364, Charlie Reid

262-711, Dylan Brown 258-761, Sydney

Barren 232-640.

Dallas USBC Youth Scores

Anthony Simonsen headed the

Dallas-area USBC youth bowling

last week with an impressive

279-300-278 = 857 Showstoppers

series at Plano Super Bowl.

Ashley Hathaway led the girls

with a rollicking 246/668 Major

set at AMF Lewisville Lanes.

At AMF Lewisville Lanes – Dawson

Byrd 110-308, DeVesia Bland 87-211,

Gannon Takayesu 149-437, Zhanna

Miller 138-333, Sean Vong 289-695,

Jordan Kee 245-695.

At AMF Showplace Garland Lanes

– Donavin Martin 214-619, Sara Taylor

232-575, Jose Chapa 72-142, Mariah

Miller 75-144, Amare Miller 152-425,

Trinity Garcia 137-348, Mikayla Rodriguez

222-550, Kishjuan Busby 243-586.

At Plano Super Bowl – Courtney

Salinas 247-646, Shana Geerdes 228-

646, Aidan O’Malley 112-304, Abby

Garza 89-213, Aidan Hudson 124-382,

Hornet Invitational in Montgomery,

AL. This is the second

tournament they have won in

the last three, but did finish

second in the other.

The Bearkats are currently

ranked 8th in the NCAA poll

and have gone unbeaten on

the first day of competition for

three straight events.

Kimi Davidson held the top

spot for individual scores with

a 232 average while teammate

Neishka Cardona was second

with a 215 average.

Kristin Wood 142-386, Noah Cooper

156-422, Savannah Kiefert 97-243,

Da’Shun Lucas 192-475, Katelyn

Elliston 129-364, D’Ontae Rhone 225-

370, Jada Davis 192-545, Drew Claus

256-703, Kimmi Klein 188-549, Noah

Snell 84-189, Trey Bevels 142-369,

Katie Taylor 159-435, Reece Klapper

219-634, Hope Gramly 225-600, Nate

Leiter 230-642, Clay Adams (4 games)

177-512, Veronica Prior (4 games)

190-512, Brian Shilhanek (4 games)

192-527, Shana Geerdes 193-566, Robbie

Baum (2 games) 93-165, Evelyn Jacobs

(2 games) 89-171.

At Red Bird Lanes – David Green

214-605, Kaylee Hancock 210-538,

Nate Robinson 84-160, Taylor McCaleb

134-358, T’nya Richardson 53-153,

Benedict Ulibarri 189-337, Rachel

Fender 150-273.

At Strikz – Chris Phillips 108-319,

Jamye Brooks 141-363.

Boys

Anthony Simonsen, Plano Super Bowl ................. 857

Dylan Brown, BRC Thousand Oaks ..................... 774

Jay Lopez, AMF Showplace Euless Lanes ........... 736

Micah McCracken, Brunswick Zone Watauga ...... 699

Jordan Kee, AMF Lewisville Lanes ....................... 695

Sean Vong, AMF Lewisville Lanes ........................ 695

Adam Beasley, Cowtown Bowling Palace ............ 626

Donavin Martin, AMF Showplace Garland Lanes 619

Kamari Wine, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes .......... 617

David Green, Red Bird Lanes ................................ 605

Brandon Shirley, Forum Bowl................................ 594

Chris Phillips, Strikz .............................................. 319

Girls

Ashley Hathaway, AMF Lewisville Lanes .............. 668

Amanda Pate, BRC Thousand Oaks ..................... 666

Shana Geerdes, Plano Super Bowl ....................... 646

Courtney Salinas, Plano Super Bowl .................... 646

Deidra Juetten, AMF Showplace Euless Lanes ... 594

Sara Taylor, AMF Showplace Garland Lanes ....... 575

Kaylee Hancock, Red Bird Lanes ......................... 538

Kristen Hilker, Forum Bowl .................................... 534

Ashley Walker, Brunswick Zone Watauga ............ 523

Nadia Stone, Cowtown Bowling Palace ................ 516

Katie Hamlin, Brunswick Westcreek Lanes .......... 417

Jamye Brooks, Strikz ............................................. 363

Bowlers Journal launches

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Adds multimedia features and social media integration

CHICAGO, IL — As Bowlers

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BJi will make its debut

November 15, 2012.

The monthly browser-based

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DALLAS USBC

YOUTH TRAVEL

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Week 5 of 15

District #1 Points Won Lost

Greenville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 40

Lewisville 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85.5 64.5

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Red Bird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91.5 58.5

Garland 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62.5 57.5

Plano 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 108

District #3

Richardson 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73.5 76.5

Plano 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70.5 79.5

Hilltop Wax. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.5 85.5

Strikz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 95

Garland 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 70

District #4

Richardson 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 23

Lewisville 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85.5 64.5

Garland 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68.5 81.5

Plano 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 73

BYE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 132

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PIN POINTS

TO PONDER

By CHUCK PEZZANO

One of the greatest feats in

bowling history unfolded more

than 50 years ago.

It was the TV winning

streak piled up by the late

Lou Campi of Dumont, N.J.,

a member of the ABC Hall of

Fame and half a dozen other

Halls. Campi rolled with the

top teams, won the national

doubles with Andy Varipapa,

and again with Lindy Faragalli,

and more than 100 assorted

titles. He gained special

attention as "Wrongfoot Lou"

because he finished on his

right foot even though he was

a righty, and according to the

books, that's the wrong foot.

A mason by trade/ Campi

was strong physically, but even

stronger mentally, and early

acquired the reputation as one

of the best clutch bowlers in

the game. That, and his pride

and confidence in his ability,

made him an almost perfect

performer for TV. Prior to

the streak he had established

himself as an outstanding TV

performer, winning a couple

of cars, pretty fair cash for the

times, and all kinds of merchandise.

He made constant TV

appearances across the country.

No score or record bothered

him, and he never worried

about how high scores might

be. He often said, "If a man

bowled it, a man can beat it."

The TV shows were aired

live from New York City when

Campi was 52. Two years later

Paul Fleming rocketed to the

top of the honor roll last week at

Cowtown Bowling Palace with a

thundering 268-299-216 = 783 Ft

Worth Classic Trio series.

Miki Jo Parish’s sky-high

246-231-226 = 703 Wednesday

Winners set fronted fem scoring.

Bobby Kauffman’s awardwinning

12-bagger garnered

high-game honors.

HONOR ROLL

Ron Nason 265-657, Katie Tallant

219-573, Chandler Ritsch 241-602,

Michael Johnson 226-654, Bill Spry

252-666, Amanda Couch 226-569,

Ronnie Sloan 251, Lindsey Megredy

208-580, Justin Dills 249.

Katie Tallant 203-546, Sal Grieco

269-733, Pat Currie 266, Dee Munsell

248-721, Vincent Pang 285, Michelle

Teel 258-653, Coy Hart 269-725, Gracie

Hernandez 195-534, Bill Frissell 266.

Terry Quinley, Jr. 279-695, Greg

McPhearson 257, Lindsey McGready

242-684, Bobby Shaw 247-701, Michelle

Teel 225-661, Tennelle Milligan (4

games) 249-925, Paul Fleming (4

Campi made history when he

won the first official tourney

conducted by the PBA.

The show was called, "East

Vs. West" and was scheduled

for 13 weeks. The format was

simple. A list of bowlers from

the East and another of bowlers

from the west was compiled,

and when a bowler lost he

would be replaced the following

week by the next man on

the list. The winner would

return.

Ted Pritts turned in the

top score of the week at AMF

Richardson Lanes with a skyhigh

279-230-255 = 764 XXXX

Rated showing.

Kimberly Wilson led the ladies

with an outstanding 278-252-196

= 726 Classic Trios outing.

HONOR ROLL

Bill North 220-630, Jennifer

Livingston 181-507, Bertha Sanchez

233-627, Rodney Lyons 233-637, Olga

Schiller 193-525, Jim Mahoney 254-

684, Tonya Dickey 232-598, Bill North

202-546.

Rita Raibick 164-463, James

Alexander 266-709, Linda Alexander

177-503, James Fitzsimmons 227-638,

At Cowtown Bowling Palace

Fleming rockets to 299/783,

Parish masters 703

Kauffman 300

games) 996.

Stefanie Nation (4 games) 241-870,

EJ Nenichka 280, Chandler Ritsch

245-719, Gloria Plemons 235-543, Paul

Harrington 244, Mike Moore 244,

Michael Johnson 248-608, Jennifer

Brian Brenner led the Rowlett

Bowl-a-Rama scoring race with

a hefty 244-277-224 = 745

Thursday Funfours session.

Susan Lee, from the

Wednesday Mixers group,

registered a sizzling 214-255-235

= 704 set to lead with the ladies.

HONOR ROLL

Robert Ford 269-713, Anona Porter

212-575, Ryall Jones 222-637, Lynnette

Clark 175-490, Scott Ylda 225-615,

Campi didn't give his fellow

Easterners a chance to bowl.

He won all 13 scheduled

matches.

In order he defeated Therm

Gibson, Johnny King, Bill

Lillard, Tom Hennessey, Ed

Lubanski, Ned Day, Dick

Weber, Don Carter, Steve Nagy,

Ed Kawolics, Buzz Fazio, Dick

Hoover and Joe Wilman.

That completed the 13 week

run. But the producer and announcer,

Lou Marks, the owner

of the host center, Nick Gianos

of Bowlmor Recreation, and

the main sponsor, Kitchens of

Sara Lee, all knew they had a

big hit, and extended the show.

Campi beat .Buddy Bomar, and

an additional week was added,

the 15th, when Campi lost to

Lillard, 665 to 662.

At AMF Richardson

Pritts racks up 764,

Wilson scores 726

Shelley Rosenfeld 180-511, Bryan

Bilbrey 212-573, Dana Cantwell

156-441.

Brian Wallace 279-752, Vincent

Chavez 238-670, Kathleen Wright

191-520, Wes Wade 248-646, Michelle

Lee 248-660, Greg Alexander 256-692,

Alice McManus 168-472, Minh Koum

224-627.

Ashley Klein 204-461, Bill North

214-590, Betty Quillen 183-471, Ron

Yoshida 257-714, Sammye Ragland

201-600, Alex Rivera 225-661, Heather

Gesino 216-608,, John Daugherty

279-731.

Lisa Sturm 180-477, Xavier

Thompson 235-683, Jennifer Gilara

185-520.

Lawson 199-475.

Mike Moore 237-619, Michael

Williams 222-641, Ralph Graber 234,

June Terry 157-427, Pat Griffith 227-

629, James Hufhines 217.

SENIORS

Johnny Zaskoda 237-617, Alma

Jones 214-544, Rusty Carter 235, John

Hunt 235, Glen Hardee 235, John Hunt

277-714, Kitty Vaughan 191-496, Ken

Knowles 257-666, Betty Odom 188-537.

Delbert Tullous 243-687, Millie

Griggs 187, Mike Masters 247-635, Vicki

Johnson 202, Ken Knowles 226-646,

Bob Brewer 225.

At Rowlett Bowl-a-Rama

Brenner notches 745,

Lee drills 704

Amanda Nelms 184-479, Susan Lee

207-571, Jesse Hooks 247-683.

Susan Lee 235-612, Freddie Wearien

(2 games) 227-434, Bev Jones (2 games)

165-312.

SENIORS

Jim Boshart (2 games) 187-336,

Myra Lovell (2 games) 151-265, Jim

Ritchie 243-590, Louise Garner 192-516,

Jim Ritchie (no tap) 235-660, Shirley

Large (no tap) 192-549.

THE BOWLING NEWS | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | Page 7

The Bowlmor lanes were

known as. the the most difficult

around and the best in

the East struggled to average

close to 200. Campi averaged

232 plus for his 45 games, and

only four were under 200. He

made a number of last game

comebacks in the three game

tests, and thrice threatened 300

game, for which a bonus prize

of $100,000 had been posted.

If the names of the bowlers

seem familiar, they should. All

were elected to the ABC Hall

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AMF Desoto Lanes

121 Northgate Dr.

DeSoto, TX 75115

972-780-8090

Kirk Wright

469-867-2770

Lessons available by appointment

Carolyn Dorin-Ballard & Del Ballard, Owners

Located inside

Brunswick Zone Watauga

7301 Rufe Snow

Watauga, TX 76148

Phone: 817-485-2695

Brunswick Westcreek Lanes

3025 Altamesa Blvd.

Fort Worth, TX 76133

Phone: 817-294-0501

Cowtown Bowling Palace

4333 River Oaks Blvd.

Fort Worth, TX 76114

Phone: 817-624-2151

Derrick Lott

Brian English

Rudy Garcia Jr.

Taylor Coggins

Xeno Garcia

Dillon Coggins

Fastrack Pro Shop

Located Inside Allen Bowl

1011 S. Greenville Ave

Allen, Texas 75002

Phone: 214-509-9274

E-mail: coachkg58@yahoo.com

www.fastrackproshop.com

Chad Newman - Owner

chad@chadsbowlingshop.com

Rene Benavides

Kurt Gengelbach, Owner

Member, Professional Bowlers Association

Member, Storm and Turbo Advisory Staffs

Private Instructions Available

“Old School” Service Always Available

(Located inside AMF Richardson Lanes)

2101 N. Central Expressway

Richardson, TX 75080

972.231.2695


PBA Spare

Shots:

TRIBUTE PATCH, SILENT

AUCTION RAISE MORE THAN

$10,000 FOR TONY REYES’

FAMILY

The Tony Reyes tribute

patch program, and a silent

auction conducted during the

GEICO PBA World Series of

Bowling IV in Las Vegas has

generated more than $10,000

thus far to benefit the family

of the fallen PBA Tour champion

who died on Sept. 28 of

injuries sustained in a traffic

accident near his northern

California home.

Sales of “TR” emblems,

in black and silver in honor

of Reyes’ favorite team – the

Oakland Raiders, has generated

nearly $4,000 to date. The

Tristan Bridgewater recorded

a top-notch 268-290-192 = 750

Red Bird Men’s league series to

head the leader boards for the

week at Red Bird Lanes.

Jasmine Watkins paced the

gals with a lofty 203-229-236 =

668 Blue Monday set.

HONOR ROLL

Jane Davis 214-564, Rita Becker 212-

578, Willie Henderson 264-712, Markie

Landon 232-657, Martha Trees 178-503,

Julie Sellers 199-516, Rodney Brooks

FRISCO - Mark Donnell led

the scoring for the week at Strikz

with a hefty 212-238-243 = 693

JC Penney's league series.

Amy Marshell paced the ladies

with a solid 173-212-161 = 546

JC Penney's set.

HONOR ROLL

Ken Seabolt 234-644, Jennifer

Blythe 191-539, Joe Rener 257-686,

Melanie Covington 175-431, Mark Cohn

236-653, Jennifer Ramsey 157-440,

Lewen Albritton 215-609, Tommy

patches are available for $5

each from the PBA office (visit

pba.com) and on-site at all PBA

tournaments.

The silent auction, which

included a number of autographed

jerseys donated by

PBA Tour players, bowling

balls, a wine collection, an

autographed copy of the “50

Greatest PBA Players” and more

raised an additional $6,565 for

the Reyes family.

While Reyes was on the

minds of many PBA players

and PBA staff members during

the World Series, the most

touching moment came at the

end of competition when a

number of his long-time friends

walked down the lanes to

autograph a special masking

unit designed in Reyes’ honor.

The masking unit will be

donated to Reyes’ home center,

4th Street Bowl in San Jose,

Calif.

AMATEUR GOHAGAN WINS

At Red Bird Lanes

Bridgewater rolls 750,

Watkins harvests 668

202-593, Deanna Hoffman 213-572.

Dwight Moore 237-661, James

Parrish 210-547, Maizie Baker 214-563,

Len Cline 253-718, Judy Dillabough

178-511, Larry Martin 280-690, Brittany

Pope 225-616, James Rhea 232-653.

Linda Martinez 192-548, Louis Boyd

276-614, Creeper Perry 233-519, Terry

Harris 222-604, Brenda James 168-

429, Shannon Vogel 268-679, Maegan

Branch 194-536, Vera Hobbs 216-537.

Jasmine Watkins 236-668, Ted

Shaffer 201-558, Carolyn Large 189-490.

At Strikz

Donnell delivers 693

Davis 267-656.

Clayton Coby 255-683, Craig Brown

218-603, Jordan Duyck 223-600, Rick

Brewer 258-622, Joesph Jimenez 233-

635, Dan Pozycki 213-611, Lynne Dyer

164-412, Clayton Coby 227-635, Debbie

Coby 188-554, Jim Reynen 213-599, Lisa

Smit 188-497.

Dewayne Smith 237-634, Cathy Eberly

172-481, Felice Ownings 162-476,

Mike Robinson 244-641, Kelly Holland

200-486, Steve Orofino 243-632, Pamela

Solano 188-437.

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Amateur George Gohagan

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sudden death roll-off, 10-9, that

concluded a record-setting PBA

All Regions South Point Open

at South Point Bowling Center

in Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov.

10.

The Gohagan-Pluhowsky

roll-off followed a 224-224 tie.

After each player threw three

matching strikes, Gohagan

broke the tie for the win.

But there was a great deal of

additional drama leading up to

the title match.

Gohagan, who earned

$3,500, defeated England’s Dom

Barrett, 300-298, in a nailbiting

semifinal round match

when Barrett left a pocket 7-10,

ending a personal string of 32

consecutive strikes that began

in the Round of 8. Pluhowsky

ousted Tom Daugherty of

Wesley Chapel, Fla., 247-236, in

the other semifinal match.

In the Round of 8, Barrett

won his best-of-three-game

match against Kyle Troup

of Taylorsville, N.C., 2-0, by

winning an 11-ball roll-off after

they tied at 280-280 in game

two. Both players threw 10

strikes in a row before Troup

left a pin standing on his 11th

attempt while Barrett threw his

11th strike.

In the Round of 16, Gohagan

and amateur Ron Nelson Jr.

of Bridgeview, Ill., battled to a

300-300 tie in the second game

of their best-of-five match,

and each then threw three

more strikes in the roll-off

before Gohagan’s fourth strike

eliminated Nelson’s sevencount.

Gohagan went on to win

the contest, 3-2, with a 268-253

win in game five.

In a companion event held

in conjunction with the GEICO

PBA World Series of Bowling

IV, amateur Adam Ishman

of Las Vegas and Barrett

defeated amateur Raul Rosales

of El Monte, Calif. and Michael

Haugen Jr. of Carefree, Ariz.,

502-459, to win the $4,000 top

prize in the PBA West Region

Member/Non-Member Doubles

on Sunday, Nov. 11.

The All Regions South Point

Open drew an international

field of 157 competitors while

the Member/Non-Member

Doubles drew a field of 66

teams. Both events were

conducted in conjunction with

the GEICO PBA World Series of

Bowling IV.

PBA REGIONAL ROUNDUP:

STONEY BAKER WINS IN

SENIOR DEBUT

Stoney Baker of Canton,

Ga., defeated Mike Henry of

Brunswick, Ohio, 248-220, in

the championship round to win

the PBA South Region Gastonia

(N.C.) Senior Open at George

Pappas’ Liberty Lanes Sunday.

Baker, a three-time South

Region Player of the Year, was

bowling in his first senior

regional since turning 50 three

weeks earlier. The victory,

worth $1,500, was his 23rd

THE BOWLING NEWS | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | Page 9

overall regional title.

QUICK NOTES:

The final tabulation of

cashers in GEICO PBA WSOB

IV: 90 different players in the

field of 240 (37.5 percent),

representing 11 different

countries, earned at least one

check during the five World

Series events.

Entries are now available,

on a first-come basis, for 67

PBA Tour berths in the upcoming

Detroit Winter Swing.

The Detroit series, which will

include the introduction of

the PBA League, will include

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TRAVELING CLASSIC BOWLING

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

As of November 10

Men — Dallas I-II

District #1

AMF Lewisville Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Garland Cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

Go Tell It . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 34

Plano Super Bowl Cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 35

Allen Bowl Cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 36

Cityview Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 36

District #2

USA Bowl Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 21

4-HHHH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 24

Forum Bowl Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.5 28.5

Holiday Glass and Mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Euless Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 31

Plano Super Bowl Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . 17 47

District #3

Red Bird Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 24

AMF Irving Lounge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 25

Winston Water Cooler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Spare Time Red Door Lounge . . 33 31

Serviceledger.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 35

BBB Enclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 40

District #4

Cotton Bowlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 28

AMF DeSoto Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 28

The Storms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Richardson Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.5 30.5

Level 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 43

Otis Pillow Pro Shop-Hurst . . . . . . . . . . 20 44

District #5

Splitsville-Fairview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 20

Plano Super Bowl Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 22

Chad’s Bowling Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 23

Red Bird Lanes Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 25

AMF Irving Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 34

AMF Lewisville Pro Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 34

USA Bowl Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 48

Ghost Team 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 64

District #6

Allen Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 24

Cityview Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 25

AMF DeSoto Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 29

Rich’s Pro Shop/Forum Bowl . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Euless Hot Wings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

AMF Spare Time Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 34

District #7

On The Border . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 28

Forum Bowl Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

Rowlett Bowl-A-Rama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 35

AMF Garland Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 35

The Bowling Shop/Garland . . . . . . . . . . 26 38

5 J Builders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 41

World Series of Bowling Results

Bowlers Journal PBA Scorpion Championship

Tom Daugherty 199 over Jason Sterner 177

T. Daugherty 256 over Jason Belmonte 187

Championship Match

Winner - T. Daugherty 200 over Osku Palermaa 182

WSOB Chameleon Championship

Scott Norton 225 over Fawaz Abdulla 194

S. Norton 236 over Walter Ray Williams Jr. 195

Championship Match

Winner - S. Norton 227 over Jason Belmonte 223

As of November 4

Dallas Women

B-1

The Bowling Shop/Garland . . . . . . . . .37.0 27.0

Lewisville Travelin’ Trouble. . . . . . . . . .34.0 26.0

Sparetime 2 D Xtreme . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.0 31.0

Richardson Lightning Strikes . . . . . . .16.5 43.5

B-2

AMF Garland Deuces Wild . . . . . . . . . .35.0 29.0

Plano Super Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30.0 30.0

Cowtown Bowling Palace . . . . . . . . . .28.0 32.0

Brunswick Zone Diamond Queens . .19.0 37.0

B-3

GunsAmerica.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38.0 18.0

AMF DeSoto Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34.0 30.0

Rowlett Bowl-A-Rama . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30.0 34.0

Pride and Joy Day Care . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.5 40.5

B-4

On The Border . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43.0 21.0

University Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31.0 33.0

AMF Garland Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28.0 36.0

Cowtown Bowling Palace Ladies. . . .23.0 41.0

B-5

Sheroes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.0 22.0

Cityview Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36.0 28.0

Westcreek Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34.0 30.0

DeSoto Candles Make Scents . . . . . . .32.0 32.0

B-6

AMF Richardson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.0 23.0

Power Bows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.5 30.5

USA Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33.0 31.0

AMF Irving Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28.0 36.0

B-7

The Bowling Shop/Lewisville . . . . . . .37.0 27.0

AMF Euless Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36.0 28.0

4H Invest - Bowling Diva’s . . . . . . . . . .34.0 30.0

Wick’s Pro Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28.0 36.0

B-8

Lusha’s Ladies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39.0 25.0

Red Bird Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34.0 30.0

Forum Bowl 300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.0 32.0

DeSoto Sophisticated Ladies . . . . . . .29.0 35.0

B-9

TBC Pro Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28.0 36.0

Bowling with Innovation . . . . . . . . . . .26.0 38.0

Kathy’s Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25.5 38.5

Forum Bowlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25.0 39.0

As of November 4

Fort Worth Women

District #1

AMF Spare Time Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . .45.0 19.0

Lone Star Spares & Strikes . . . . . . . . . .43.0 21.0

Spare Girls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29.0 35.0

Bowling Heifers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27.0 37.0

Cityview Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14.0 50.0

District #2

Nine & A Wiggle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38.0 26.0

Chad’s Bowling Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.5 28.5

USA Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.0 32.0

Forum Hit & Miss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29.5 34.5

AMF Showplace Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . .26.0 38.0

WSOB Viper Championship

Mika Koivuniemi 214 over Mike Fagan 150

M. Koivuniemi 258 over Sean Rash 180

Championship Match

Winner – Brad Angelo 233 over M. Koivuniemi 232

Alka Seltzer Plus Cold Cheetah Championship

Bill O’Neill 248 over Chris Loschetter 223

B. O’Neill 246 over Jeff Roche 177

Championship Match

Winner – B. O’Neill 243 over Mike Wolfe 192

PBA World Championship

Parker Bohn III 226 over Dan MacLelland 218

P. Bohn III 200 over Rhino Page 170

P. Bohn III 278 over Sean Rash 231

Championship Match

Winner – P. Bohn III 254 over Jason Belmonte 227

WORLD BOWLING TOUR

Continued from Page 1

offer double points for men and

women. Another new event on

the schedule that takes place

in 2012 is the Qatar Open from

Dec. 8-15.

In all, there will be five

major events on the World

Bowling Tour schedule – the

PBA World Championship, the

International Bowling Championship

in Nagoya, Japan,

the USBC Masters in North

Brunswick, New Jersey, United

States, the U.S. Open and U.S.

Women’s Open in Columbus,

Ohio, United States, and the

WTBA World Championships

in Henderson, Nevada, United

States.

In order to be recognized

as a major event on the World

Bowling Tour, an event must

have a minimum prize fund of

$200,000 USD.

The tour will also bring

back the season-ending World

Bowling Tour Finals presented

by the PBA. The event will

again feature the top three

men and top three women in

the World Bowling Tour points

rankings.

The points system will

combine points earned in 2013

along with all points earned

during the 2012 season for a

two-year total to determine

the players who advance to the

World Bowling Tour Finals.

In addition to the PBA

World Championship and the

Qatar Open, the World Bowling

Tour will also welcome the

11th Indonesia International

Open to the schedule. The

dates of that event are to be

determined.

The 2012 World Bowling

Tour featured 12 events with

2,774 players (660 women)

participating from almost 50

countries.

The World Tenpin Bowling

Association, which is made up

of 115 bowling federations, governs

the sport throughout the

world. For more information on

WTBA and the World Bowling

Tour, visit WorldTenpinBowling.com.

2013 WTBA WORLD

BOWLING TOUR SCHEDULE

Nov. 7-12, 2012 – PBA World Championship, Las

Vegas, Nevada, United States (major)

Dec. 8-15, 2012 – Qatar Open, Doha, Qatar

Jan. 4-13 – Brunswick Ballmaster Open, Helsinki,

Finland

Jan. 15-19 – International Bowling Championship

2012 supported by DHC, Nagoya, Japan

(major)

Feb. 18-24 – United States Bowling Congress

Masters, North Brunswick, New Jersey,

United States (major)

March 15-24 – Brunswick Euro Challenge, TBD

March 13-17 – Kuwait International Open, Kuwait

City

July 21-27 – U.S. Open, Columbus, Ohio, United

States (major, men’s points only)

July 21-27 – U.S. Women’s Open, Columbus,

Ohio, United States (major, women’s points

only)

Aug. 17-30 – WTBA World Championships,

Henderson, Nev., United States (major,

qualification through federations only)

Aug. 31-Sept. 4 – USBC Queens, Henderson,

Nev., United States (women’s points only)

Oct. 1-6 – Vienna Open, Vienna, Austria

TBD – World Bowling Tour Thailand, Bangkok,

Thailand

TBD – 11th Indonesia International Open,

Jakarta, Indonesia

TBD – Australian Masters, TBD

(There will also be a World Bowling Tour Finals

event with dates and venue to be determined.

Additional events may also be scheduled.)

PBA SPARE SHOTS

Continued from Page 9

a capacity field of 125 players

for the Carmen Salvino, Mark

Roth and Don Carter Classic

individual events, as well as

the Earl Anthony PBA Players

Championship. Entry fee for

those four events is $600. The

field will include 48 players

drafted into the inaugural PBA

League, eight players from

a Pro Tournament Qualifier

which will be held prior to the

event (open to non-members),

two entries which will be

awarded by the host center,

Thunderbowl Lanes, and 67

PBA Tour spots. For more information,

visit pba.com.

PEZZANO

Continued from Page 7

except King. Kitchens of Sara

Lee, now a giant firm involved

with dozens of products,

featured just cheese cake and

coffee cake.

Pat McDonough, then the

statistical genius and bowling

writer on the sports staff of

the New York World Telegram,

figured the odds against Campi

winning 14 straight matches

were 16,383 to 1.

Sadly, no film or tape of

any portion of the shows were

preserved, because in those

days the tape was erased, and

used over again. Some recordings

and home movies do pop

up now and then.

Lane Laughter

P.O. Box 1642, Colleyville, TX 76034

Phone 817-267-8686

Fax 817-267-1813

VIP PROGRAM

Continued from Page 3

Women's Championships:

VIP polo shirt

VIP lanyard and credential

One-hour coaching session

on the 900 Global Showcase

Lanes, which will feature the

tournament lane conditions

VIP Welcome/Express

tournament check-in

VIP photo package

Complimentary locker

Express weigh-in (Open

Championships only)

Wine-tasting package

(Women's Championships

only)

Complimentary seating at

USBC-televised events

Discount at on-site USBC

SportStore

Bowling Ball Express

discount

VIP venue tour

Bonus: $25 food and $25

beverage credit at Eldorado,

Circus Circus or Silver

Legacy (hotel stay required)

The VIP packages do not

include entry fees for the

events. And because certain

portions of the program must

be scheduled, bowlers are

required to purchase their VIP

memberships at least 30 days

prior to their dates of competition

in Reno.

Registration for the Women's

Championships VIP program

is open now. Open Championships

VIP registration begins

next week.

To get complete details or

become a VIP, visit BOWL.

com/VIP, or call 800-514-2695,

ext. 8418.

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At AMF Showplace Euless Lanes

Copeland topples 782,

Jessie collects 732

LeCroy and Tinsman 300’s, Southwick 299

Ronnie Copeland pocketed a

power-laden 225-279-278 = 782

American Airlines league series

to head the leader boards for the

week at AMF Showplace Euless

Lanes.

Diana Jessie held the hot hand

for the ladies with a sizeable

269-225-238 = 732 Masters set.

Joe LeCroy and Josh Tinsman

shared high-game honors as

each recorded award-winning 12

baggers. Scott Southwick’s near

perfect 299 solo took runner-up

honors.

HONOR ROLL

Martin Edwards 290, Josh Tinsman

781, Ron Williams 279-770, Kevin

Wynn 260-751, Olin Gibbins 278-751,

Kevin Washer 279-748, Chris Lucas

At AMF Lewisville

Darvis compiles 783,

Robb unloads 680

Culver, Kickbush, Pierce 300’s, Skipworth 298

Larry Darvis won the battle

for top billing last week at AMF

Lewisville Lanes with a powerpacked

246-279-258 = 783 Monday

Nite Men’s series.

Heather Robb, from the Rising

Stars group, led the ladies

with a rip-roaring 270-214-196

= 680 set.

Jeff Culver, Jim Kickbush and

John Pierce shared high-game

honors as each recorded awardwinning

perfectos. Jeramie

Skipworth took runner-up honors

with a 298 single.

HONOR ROLL

Laney Royal 235-643, Amy Anderson

222-620, James Westdyk 257-718,

Trish Hicks 212-575, Eric Fox 222-609,

At AMF Showplace Garland

Faulkenberry leads with

765, Davis collars 693

Coward, Petersen 300’s, Little 299

Mike Faulkenberry landed a

power-packed 253-232-280 = 765

Sons of Hermann series to head

the honor roll for the week at

AMF Showplace Garland Lanes.

Traci Davis registered a

sizzling 206-218-269 = 693

T.G.I.F. outing to lead the lady

bowlers.

Ricky Coward and Robert

Petersen shared high-game

honors as each recorded awardwinning

12-baggers. Gary Little

took runner-up honors with a

299 game.

HONOR ROLL

Kevin Boykin 236-622, Shawn

Taylor 153-441, Glen Chancellor

265-728, Brooke Rice 245-659, Candy

Brackey 215-554, Curtis Vann 184-509,

258-731, Tom Crawford 267-716, Tracy

Bolles 249-709.

Mike Meek 246-699, Bryan Ayers

238-666, Bill Butler 267-643, Anthony

Duning 230-616, Zach Moore 233-609,

Cliff Parrish 214-603, Roy DeLaughter

219-602, Randy Graham 189-528, Val

Goss 238-675. Danielle Sharpe 240-672,

Teresa Ross 242-667, Michele Humann

246-662, Karen Hader 246-653, Deb

Taylor 226-624, Judith Guillory 245-

610, Mindy Wynn 212-585, Sheila

Walton 244-583.

Rhonda Downing 192-553, Judy

Leuty 233-550, Pam Grays 178-511,

Elaine Chitwood 232-510, Danielle

Coulson 177-487, Gwen Young 182-485,

Lucky Hansen 174-480, Denise Wheeler

163-432.

Dana Stites 205-527, Jeramie Skipworth

713, Stacie Hatton 221-615, Ron

Reynolds 256-748. Kathy Kyle 232-635,

Lynda Barnes 270-675, Kevin Moore

269-751, Shannon Strickland 201-534,

Emmett Munley 246-672, Lisa Smithers

233-579, Jim Bennett 246-692, Mindy

McNeal 193-551.

Carrie Jeske 179-482, Rand Mc-

Micken 279-780, Brian Watts 259-735,

Chris Syed 183-509, Gary Kluempke

207-522, Bonnie Kluempke 183-494,

Scott Lipsky 236-687, Christy Maksymowicz

204-543.

Joe Lay 265-650, Rosalie Inskeep

190-489.

SENIORS

Jerry Hill 227-648, Sharon Moscato

208-535.

Kathy Hopkins 209-548, Herman Butler

247-721.

Jo Venable 202-527, Wade Whitney

279-666, Judith Guillory 269-641,

Becky Roberts 210-486, JD Venable

232-619, Carlene Riddell 218-533,

Donny Yow 279-753, Linda Chambers

222-640.

John Stelting 245-707, Rosie Aguilar

194-511, Buddy May 226-601, Paula

Maar 210-521, Lonnie Locke 258-693,

Gary Little 716, Mandy Pezzano

225-642, Dave Cook 279-745, Jantzen

Smith 194-515.

Melissa Kollhoff 213-571, Johnny

Lannan 255-738, Robert W Wilson

258-680, Tori Martin 180-523, Rene

Benavides 260-737, Milli Peterson 199-

529, Troy Hartwick 237-621, Shannon

Bohn 149-404.

STORM NATIONAL

Continued from Page 4

and Canada made their way to

the 78-lane Stadium to compete

at "Bowling's Most Complete

Tournament."

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Mixed Championships,

visit nationalmixed.com.

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are Storm Bowling Products

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2012 STORM NATIONAL

MIXED CHAMPIONSHIPS

At National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev.

(Top three division leaders with hometown and

pinfall)

*All standings are considered unofficial until final

verifications are made.

National Mixed Tournament

Mixed Team Handicap

1, 1st Lady and Company (Chris Klerk, Ed

Smaglik, Jennifer Cain, Teri Hamilton),

Arizona City, Ariz., 2,767. 2, We Are Family,

Milpitas, Calif., 2,762. 3, Salty Nuts, San

Francisco, 2,709.

Mixed Doubles Handicap

1, Daniel Rondez/Regina Rondez, Milpitas,

Calif., 1,493. 2, Marc Clyburn/Roslyn Goode,

Pittsburg, Calif., 1,452. 3, David Cheng/

Rhoda Robertson, San Rafael, Calif., 1,446.

Mixed Singles Men's Handicap

1, Michael Milette, Houston, 804. 2 (tie), Jake

Odell, Santa Clara, Calif., and Albert Lucas

Jr., Vacaville, Calif., 764.

Mixed Singles Women's Handicap

1, Jackie Wyckoff, Campbell, Calif., 785. 2, Janet

Sardenga, Vacaville, Calif., 767. 3, Fe Fry,

Nampa, Idaho, 759.

All-Events Men's Handicap

1, David Cheng, Novato, Calif., 2,120. 2, Joseph

Montes, Pinole, Calif., 2,115. 3, Jake Odell,

Santa Clara, Calif., 2,109.

All-Events Women's Handicap

1, Regina Rondez, Milpitas, Calif., 2,238. 2,

Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 2,151. 3,

Jackie Wyckoff, Campbell, Calif., 2,148.

Mixed Team Scratch

1, 1st Lady and Company (Chris Klerk, Ed

Smaglik, Jennifer Cain, Teri Hamilton),

Arizona City, Ariz., 2,560. 2, High Sierra

Lanes, Reno, Nev., 2,536. 3, Wyckoff-Stynes-

Abendroth-Corsaro, Mountain View, Calif.,

2,532.

Mixed Doubles Scratch

1, Jackie Wyckoff, Campbell, Calif./Steve

Corsaro, Tracy, Calif., 1,352. 2, Jim Lang,

Hartshorne, Okla./Roxanna Horton, Napa,

Calif., 1,325. 3, Brenda Burns/Gary Estep Jr.,

Peoria, Ariz., 1,321.

Mixed Singles Men's Scratch

1, Chris Klerk, Chandler, Ariz., 730. 2, Sam

Carter, Ben Lomond, Calif., 715. 3, Jake

Odell, Santa Clara, Calif., 713.

Mixed Singles Women's Scratch

1, Jackie Wyckoff, Campbell, Calif., 725. 2,

Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 692. 3,

Melissa Hurst, Decatur, Ill., 679.

All-Events Men's Scratch

1, Dave Shoji, Reno, Nev., 2,100. 2, Edward

Souza, San Bruno, Calif., 2,054. 3, Marc

Clyburn, Pittsburg, Calif., 2,028.

All-Events Women's Scratch

1, Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 2,043. 2,

Jackie Wyckoff, Campbell, Calif., 1,968. 3,

Terri Stynes, Mountain View, Calif., 1,812.

Festival of Bowling

Tournament

Open Doubles Handicap

1, David Dayton, Carson City, Nev./Rudy Moreno,

Reno, Nev., 1,478. 2, Jeff Jensen, Sparks,

Nev./Rudy Moreno, Reno, Nev., 1,477. 3,

Gener Uriza/Oscar Uriza, Hercules, Calif.,

1,454.

Open Singles Men's Handicap

1, Chris Klerk, Chandler, Ariz., 828. 2, Jerry Tannehill,

McAlester, Okla., 816. 3, Ed Smaglik,

Flagstaff, Ariz., 789.

Open Singles Women's Handicap

1, Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 852. 2,

Angela Maddock, Gilbert, Ariz., 735. 3, Aliza

Rondez, Milpitas, Calif., 731.

Senior Doubles Handicap

1, Darwin Wimer, Mesquite, Nev./Stephen

Carbery, Ontario, 1,434. 2, Jesse Cogal Sr./

Ramon Pinlac, Sacramento, Calif., 1,412. 3,

Dave Hewitt, Fremont, Calif./Larry Cooper,

Reno, Nev., 1,408.

Senior Singles Men's Handicap

1, John Bertolina, Henderson, Nev., 783. 2,

Dennis Wakaluk, Dublin, Calif., 766. 3, Allen

Tsai, Pacifica, Calif., 753.

Senior Singles Women's Handicap

1, Karla Alsgood, Rio Linda, Calif., 735. 2, Laurie

THE BOWLING NEWS | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | Page 11

10 YEARS AGO

Cowtown’s finest Chris Johnson led the honor roll with

300/846 at DC West…Greg Bishop shot 814 at Skaggs…Ryan Boroff

with 802 at Big Town…Fred Ferraro with 720 at BRC Varsity…

Terry Pefuhl led the ladies with 707 at Skaggs…Alecia Ramos

shot 701 at DC West…Megan Simon with 694 at DC Cityview…

WRW Jr. wins Greater Detroit Open for 35th PBA title…Tiffany

Stanbrough wins PWBA Las Vegas Storm Challenge…Lindsley

Davis wins NABI at AMF Showplace Euless…Chuck Moser

shoots 300 at BRC Westcreek…Henry Johnsons wins $1400 for

EBT title at AMF Irving.

20 YEARS AGO

Dave Wilson led the honor roll with 815 at Showplace-Garland…

Brian Murillo shot 300/805 at Showplace-Euless…Gregg Cathey

rolled 802 at Jupiter…David Overstreet with 741 at Cowtown…

Jody Puckett led the ladies with 724 at DC East…Stephanie

Calbert shot 712 at Jupiter…Becky Justus shot 699 at DC West…

Pam Gano rolled 684 at Blazer…Barbi Martin and Mike Warren

win the Open division

titles of Morning

News Match Play

Open…Jeff Lizzi wins

first and only PBA title

at the World Open.

I remember it well,

it was a great win…

YABA bowler Brant

Rydberg shoots 648 at

Watauga, and Allison

Lohse had 598 at DC

West…Carol Gianotti

wins third LPBT title

of the year at Denver

Classic…Chris Barnes

defeats Greg Derrick

in Match Play Madness

at Forum bowl

to collect $3500, and provide us with a memory lane picture.

30 YEARS AGO

Fred Barnes led the honor roll with 782 at Buckner Bowl…

Robbie Kauffman shot 773 at Meadowbrook…Pete Shortino

with 770 at Jupiter…Steve Ray

rolled 769 at Hart Bowl, probably

still managed to throw

his glasses…Kathy LeCroy led

the ladies with 681 at Alpine

Lanes…Shirley Merrick with

675 at Red Bird…Jane Barnes

with 666 at Plaza…Jean Maynard

shot 633 at Bronco…Del

Ballard wins TTBA at Alpine,

while Brad Hunter wins TTBA

at Plaza, probably Brad’s last

victory…Dave Soutar wins

17th PBA title at the Syracuse

Open…Nate Griffin wins $1000

for BBA Crown at Plaza, and

look how young he looks!

Callahan, Bellingham, Wash., 725. 3, Betty

Morris-Laub, Lincoln, Calif., 708.

Adult/Youth Doubles Handicap

1, Ronald Piring/Vanessa Piring, Oakley, Calif.,

1,475. 2, Donald Garrison/James Garrison,

Hayward, Calif., 1,431. 3, Brandon Wilson/

Debbie Wilson, Montague, Calif., 1,427.

Youth Singles Handicap

1, Christopher Leighton, Kent, Wash., 783. 2,

Nick Austin, Ogden, Utah, 776. 3, Cassie

Chapman, Montrose, Colo., 742.

Open Doubles Scratch

1, Jeff Jensen, Sparks, Nev./Rudy Moreno,

Reno, Nev., 1,453. 2, David Dayton, Carson

City, Nev./Rudy Moreno, Reno, Nev., 1,451.

3, Dave Shoji, Reno, Nev./Jeff O'Connor,

Orangevale, Calif., 1,384.

Open Singles Men's Scratch

1, Chris Klerk, Chandler, Ariz., 813. 2, Ed

Smaglik, Flagstaff, Ariz., 789. 3, Gary Estep

Jr., Peoria, Ariz., 743.

Open Singles Women's Scratch

1, Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 816. 2,

Angela Maddock, Gilbert, Ariz., 663. 3,

Roxanne Peterson, Galt, Calif., 619.

Senior Doubles Scratch

1, Dave Hewitt, Fremont, Calif./Larry Cooper,

Reno, Nev., 1,393. 2, Betty Morris-Laub,

Lincoln, Calif./Bill Nichols, Roseville, Calif.,

1,332. 3, Jesse Cogal Sr./Ramon Pinlac,

Sacramento, Calif., 1,325.

Senior Singles Men's Scratch

1, John Bertolina, Henderson, Nev., 753. 2, Rudy

Moreno, Reno, Nev., 708. 3, Darwin Wimer,

Mesquite, Nev., 707.

Senior Singles Women's Scratch

1, Betty Morris-Laub, Lincoln, Calif., 660. 2,

Karla Alsgood, Rio Linda, Calif., 567. 3,

Cyndee Sutherland, San Jose, Calif., 564.

Six-Game Singles Scratch

1, Renee Steele, Carson City, Nev., 1,462. 2,

David Dayton, Carson City, Nev., 1,449. 3,

Rudy Moreno, Reno, Nev., 1,405.

Adult/Youth Doubles Scratch

1, Bill Nichols, Roseville, Calif./Welby Spanton,

Citrus Heights, Calif., 1,258. 2, Bryson Rowe/

Terry Wildermuth, Visalia, Calif., 1,246. 3,

Edgar Sanchez/Mario Ortez, Visalia, Calif.,

1,145.

Youth Singles Scratch

1, Jayden Miller, Loma, Colo., 631. 2, Nick

Austin, Ogden, Utah, 620. 3, Kale Cooper,

Pacifica, Calif., 616.


Page 12 | Thursday, November 22, 2012 | THE BOWLING NEWS

Just Paying

Attention

Attention By Mark London

Mark@TheBowlingNews.net

According to PBA Commissioner

Tom Clark, many more

have been watching the PBA’s

World Series of Bowling online.

For the second straight year,

viewership is up 60% over the

previous year. A pretty good

increase for a sports league

whose internet presence a national

magazine recently called

“perhaps a decade ahead of its

time.” Unfortunately, this has

not necessarily translated into

any new outside-the-industry

advertisers. But the PBA’s new

marketing firm, Shamrock

Sports and Entertainment,

Clark adds, “is aggressive and

seems good things are on the

horizon.”

The PBA’s internet presence

also means player interaction

with fans during competition

is at an all-time high, which is

a carry-over from last season.

The 21 st century verbs Facebooking

and Tweeting are very

much known to PBA fans who

want to follow block-by-block

or even game-by-game action

of their favorites. It’s hard to

find a top pro who doesn’t

have a fan page. One of the

fun things about watching PBA

XtraFrame is listening to near

instantaneous responses of

Kevin Roberts racked up

a rousing 257-257-278 = 792

Classis High Pot league session to

earn the top spot on the honor roll

last week Brunswick Westcreek

Lanes.

Terri Trefger, form the High

Pot with a Twist group, fronted

distaff scoring with a high-flying

244-192-212 = 648 set.

Billy Fontenot’s near perfect

299 solo earned high-game

honors while George Calloway

took runner-up honors with a

298 game.

HONOR ROLL

Willie Jackson 288, Kecia Andries

231-629, James Franklin 751, Carl

Jordan 278, Andy Crouch 748, Lee Ann

Jackson 181, Cathy Lode 488, Mike

Monticue 278, Jamey Coggins 242-614,

Lamont Pringle 655. James Badgett 151,

Cathy Lode 488, Terri Trefger 231-586,

Donald Slack 213, Susan Seward 178,

James Wright II 234, Heather Schmidt

182, Scott Martin 670, Suzanne Gardner

462, Coy Hart 276-693.

LeeAnn Clark 170, Robert Raley

263-639, Paula Armstrong 188-494,

Bob Carlton 258, Sandra Haynie 159,

Anthony Palomino 643, Sharon Dehnel

430, Ken Leach (9 pin, no tap) 300-809.

Susan Monteith (9 pin, no tap)

688, Dick Ensminger (9 pin, no tap)

Facebook postings by Mike J.

Laneside, Jason ‘The Bowling

Guy’ Thomas, or insidebowling.com’s

Mike Flanagan. One

that sticks out was a posting

a couple of years ago from the

Ukraine. Really, the Ukraine?

True. Wouldn’t have believed

it myself if I was not sitting

next to Mike J. describing a

PBA Midwest Regional finals

at the time. I don’t think you’ll

see Tony Romo answering fans

Facebook questions on his

latest, uh, completion, yeah,

that’s it.

You’ve also noticed a few

new wrinkles on XtraFrame

this year. The high, wide-angle

camera was showing six pairs

at a time at the WSOB. The cutaways

to the in-house standing

boards seen are clearer than

ever before. Not sure if they are

using newer cameras or what,

but it looks good on screen.

Since Day one of the Chris

Peters era, technology has

been at the forefront, however,

the PBA may still be ten years

ahead of its time.

Here’s another pleasant surprise

form this year’s WSOB.

If anyone could pinch-hit for

Mike J, it’s guest commentator

John Petraglia, Jr. He sat in the

At Brunswick Westcreek

Roberts scores 792,

Trefger nails 648

Fontenot 299, Calloway 298

278-783, Karen Leach (9 pin, no tap)

276, Charles Covert 259-721, Vicky

Kopp 213-509, Tom Johannessen 235,

Tilly Triplett 222-561.

Chester Jones 638, Rod Richardson

233-667, Nita Stein 233-630, Billy

Fontenot 733, Melissa Tomlinson

207, Teresa Tibbs 530, Trent Danelski

240-643, Phyllis Dooley 146-323, John

Diaz, Sr. 139-372.

Mike McElroy 113-326, Mikey

McElroy 76-172, Luther Mayfield 175-

515, Sonja Nichols 157-426, Joe White

164-484, Cassie Williams 163-440,

Kevin Williams, Sr. 151-416, Jennifer

Korn 202-551.

Jeff Hamlin 233-642, Marianne

Gentry 127-349, Garry McKinney,

Jr. 185-485, Lloyd Morris 173-489,

George Helfrich 211-560, Ken Garber

214-620, Mike McDuff 258-702, Gregory

Palamidas 206-500. Leisha Murr 218-

630, Willie Jackson 290-761, Cathy

Nelson 234-580, Ron Coggins 286-702,

Alice Rogers 234, Michael Hinson 278,

Linda Hollins 223, Ron Boroff 276,

Cassandra Norris 221, Jermal Williams

268. Keith Duke 268, Ricky Reese

268-754, Cassie Reese 234-605, Greg

Avery 657, Jamey Coggins 248-600,

Jonathan Redfield 256-640, John Jones

236-651, Mike Patton 239-646, Willie

Jackson 248-645.

booth during the last two U.S.

Opens with the guys and really

sounds like he has spent some

time behind a microphone. He’s

got great voice presence, can

go from one topic to another

with ease while chatting with

either bowlers or broadcasters.

Mike Flanagan also sounded

very good with Mike J. and

Petraglia, Jr. While dropping in

upon his arrival at the WSOB

on XtraFrame, ESPN analyst

Randy Pedersen dubbed them,

“Mike and Mike,” the same

name as the ESPN Radio morning

show tandem, Mike Golic

and Mike Greenberg. And yes,

it was meant in a good way.

* * * *

The PBA World Championship

finals look promising with

numerous story angles. Rhino

Page spent the summer practicing

bowling rather than on the

golf course, making a huge run

in the last two rounds of match

play to qualify fourth. Dan

MacLelland has been knocking

on the door for the last three

years after making the USBC

Masters finals and a snagging

a gold medal in the 2011

PABCON Masters. After not

making a show in three years,

PBA Hall of Famer Parker

Bohn III is four wins from one

of two major titles not on his

resume’. The top two seeds,

Jason Belmonte and Sean

Rash, undoubtedly the Jack

and Arnie or Earl and Mark of

this generation, continue their

rivalry into another season.

Oh, and by the way, if you are

not sure who Jack and Arnie

are, just Google ‘jack and arnie

golf.” I don’t have the space to

explain it.

* * * *

USA Today sportswriter

Gary Mihoces wrote a half

page article on the new PBA

League appearing in the

Tuesday November 8 issue. OK

what gives? I’d be willing to

put money, that this is the first

half-page bowling article in

the USA Today sports section

since Kulick’s legendary 2010

ToC win. Remember, this is

the same paper that proudly

carried round-by-round standings

of PBA national tour

events until the late 90s. Not to

mention, another sportswriter

at the time later left that paper

and joined an organization in a

management position. He often

wrote columns suggesting the

PBA try a few different things.

You know him today as PBA

Commissioner Tom Clark. That

USA Today piece is the type of

impact advertising cannot buy.

* * * *

Hard to believe, but there

was a second bowling story appearing

in a major daily newspaper

on Wednesday November

8th. In case you missed it, and

chances are you probably did,

former USBC writer Gianmarc

Manzione penned a story about

the New York City bowling

hustler scene in the New York

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