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Rager, Werst bowl first 300s

Rager, Werst bowl first 300s

November 30, 1999

Richard "Ringo" Rager, bowling in the Richard Pentz Men's League, tossed his first 300 game. The perfect effort came between games of 202 and 216 for a 718 set. For the perfect game, Rager will receive a plaque and $100 from Dual Lanes and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the United States Bowling Congress. He will also receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a wrist watch from the U.S.B.C. for bowling 100+ pins over his 178 average and a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a Chevron from the U.S.B.C. for bowling 150+ pins over his average for set.

Dustin Werst, bowling in the Saturday No-Nonsense Mixed League, tossed his first 300 game. The perfect effort came between games of 208 and 269 for a 777 set. For the perfect game, Werst will receive a plaque and $100 from Dual Lanes and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the U.S.B.C. Dustin will also receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards; one for bowling a set 775-799 and one for bowling 150+ pins over his 208 average for set.

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In the Richard Pentz Men's League, Sal Mauriello tossed games of 289, 242 and 220 for a 751 set, 172 pins over his 193 average for set. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Mauriello will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.

In the Darrell White Men's League, Travis Yeates and Allen Clites each tossed a 300 game and 800 set. Yeates tossed his perfect game, the fourth of the season and the seventh of his career at Dual Lanes between games of 278 and 222 for an even 800, his second 800 series at Dual Lanes. Clites tossed his 11th perfect game at Dual Lanes between games of 239 and 266 for an 805 set, his 9th 800 series at Dual Lanes. For the 800 set, Yeates and Clites will receive a plaque and $50 from Dual Lanes and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the U.S.B.C. Clites will also receive $125 from Dual Lanes, $100 for his first 300 of the season and $25 for bowling 150+ pins over his 218 average and awards from the C.M.B.A. and U.S.B.C. George Wilt tossed games of 214, 269 and 225 for a 708 set, 153 pins over his 185 average. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Wilt will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.

In the Flying Feathers Mixed League, Jerry Jacobson tossed games of 269, 255 and 268 for a 792 set to earn a $25 Dual Lanes House Award for bowling a set 775-799.

In the No-Nonsense Mixed League, Kenny Herrell tossed games for 244, 234 and 232 for a 710 set, 173 pins over his 179 average for set. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Herrell will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.

In the Soda Pop Adult/Youth League, Danny Matthews tossed a near perfect 299 game, leaving the 10 pin on his final toss of the game and added games of 223 and 244 for a 766 set. For his effort, Matthews will receive three $25 house awards from Dual Lanes and three awards from the U.S.B.C., one for the near-perfect game, one for bowling 100+ pins over his 189 average for a game and one for bowling 150+ pins over his average for set.

In the SuperValu Mixed League, David Minnick tossed games of 201, 254 and 193 for a 648 set. The 254 game was 104 pins over his 150 average and the 648 set was 198 pins over his average. For bowling 100+ pins over his average for a game, Minnick will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a wrist watch from the U.S.B.C. and for bowling 150+ pins over his average for set he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a chevron from the U.S.B.C.

In the Richard Pentz Men's League, Craig Brown tossed games of 239, 246 and 205 for a 690 set, 159 pins over his 177 average for set. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Brown will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.. Brad Anders tossed games of 267, 258 and 263 for a 788 set, 185 pins over his 201 average for set. For bowling a set 775-779, Anders will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and for bowling 150+ pins over his average for set he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C. Donald Miller III tossed games of 288, 159 and 288 for a 735 set, 198 pins over his 179 average for set. The 288 game was 109 pins over his average for a game. For bowling 100+ pins over his average, Miller will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a wrist watch from the U.S.B.C. and for bowling 150+ pins over his average for set he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.

In the Emma Lancaster Ladies League, Heather Palmer tossed a 269 game to earn a $25 Dual Lanes House Award for bowling a game 265-297. She added games of 214 and 170 for a 653 set.

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