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Wetzel basks in 'Star'-ring role

Wetzel basks in 'Star'-ring role

March 03, 2006|by LARRY YANOS

Dual Lanes duckpin youth bowler Jeffrey Wetzel has won three consecutive "Star of the Month" awards from the National Duckpin Youth Association. The award is given to a boy and girl in five age divisions of all sanctioned duckpin youth leagues across the United States.

Wetzel won the award for boys ages 4 to 6. In October and November of 2005, he won the award with a 112 game and he won the December 2005 award with a 110 game. This was his fifth overall "Star of the Month" award.

'Beaner' Jones Memorial



Dual Lanes will host the 10th annual "Beaner" Jones Memorial "King of the Hill" Scratch Singles Duckpin Tournament on Sunday at 10 a.m. The tournament, sponsored by Woodpoint Grill, Garton Electric, Woods Upholstery, Carter and Associates Advertising Services, and Aladdin Awards, is held each year in memory of Jones, an avid duckpin bowler who lost his life in a work-related accident. The winner is guaranteed $300 and a plaque. The tournament is open to all current National Duckpin Bowling Congress members. For more information, call Dual Lanes at 301-739-7858.

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In the Commercial "A" Men's League, Keith Anderson tossed a 212 game, 75 pins over his 137 average. He added games of 149 and 152, for a 513 set. For bowling 75 plus pins over his average, Keith will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

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In the Ginn's Water Pump Mixed League, Milton Russ tossed a 299 game, leaving the three pin on his final toss of the game. The near-perfect game came between games of 225 and 191 for a 715 set. For the 299 game, Russ will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a wristwatch from the United States Bowling Congress. For bowling 150-plus pins over his average for a set, he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.

  • In the Tuesday Mixed Swingers League, Jason Stotler tossed a 300 game, his second at Dual Lanes. He followed with games of 213 and 199 for a 712 set. For the perfect game, Stotler will receive a plaque and $100 from Dual Lanes, and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the USBC.

  • In the Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League, Patrick Shifler tossed games of 227, 289 and 279 for a 795 set. For bowling a set of 775 to 799, Shifler will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award. For bowling 150-plus pins over his 204 average for a set, he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.

  • Chris Lancaster tossed games of 224, 268 and 266 for a 758 set, 164 pins over his 198 average. Kevin Kennedy tossed games of 255, 276 and 266 for a 797 set, 164 pins over his 211 average for a set. For bowling 150-plus pins over their averages, each will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.

  • Jerry Bender tossed a 298 game to earn an award from the USBC.

    Dave Vulgamott tossed a 300 game, his 13th at Dual Lanes. He followed with a pair of 237 games, for a 774 set. For the perfect game, he will receive a plaque and $100 from Dual Lanes, and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the USBC.

  • In the Flying Feathers Mixed League, Stephanie Vulgamott tossed games of 279, 261 and 202 for a 742 set, 160 pins over her 194 average for a set. The set included 20 strikes in a row. For bowling 150-plus pins over her average, she will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.

  • In the No-Nonsense Mixed League, Stephanie Vulgamott tossed a 299 game, leaving the 7 pin on her final toss of the game. She added games of 212 and 214 for a 725 set. For the near-perfect game, she will receive an award from the USBC, and for bowling 100-plus pins over her 197 average, she will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a wristwatch from the USBC.

    Danny Wiles also tossed a 299 game. The effort came between games of 203 and 289 for a 791 set. For the game, Danny will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and an award from the USBC He also will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award for bowling a 775 to 799 set.

  • In the Art Harris Memorial Mixed League, James Winston tossed games of 258, 266 and 166 for a 690 set, 153 pins over his 179 average for a set. For bowling 150-plus pins over his average, he will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.

  • In the Soda Pop Adult/Youth League, Danny Matthews tossed games of 267, 237 and 210 for a 714 set, 168 pins over his 182 average. For bowling 150-plus pins over his average, Matthews will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and a chevron from the USBC.





Larry Yanos is sports editor of The Daily Mail. He writes a weekly bowling column for The Herald-Mail. He can be reached at 301-733-5131, ext. 2311, or by e-mail at larryy@herald-mail.com

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