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Dual Lanes hosts tourney on Sunday

Dual Lanes hosts tourney on Sunday

December 08, 2006|by LARRY YANOS

Dual Lanes, Hagerstown, will be hosting the Third annual Mark Needy Memorial Adult/Youth Handicap Doubles Tournament this Sunday at 10 a.m.

The tournament is held in memory of Needy, an avid bowler who lost his life to a heart-related illness at the age of 14.

Aladdin Awards & Gifts will present the top five qualifiers with an award and Storm Bowling Products will present the winners of the tournament with a jacket.

All current United States Bowling Congress members are invited to participate.

For more information, call Dual Lanes at 301-739-7858.

Yeates in good form

Travis Yeates tossed three perfect 300 games over a four-day period, giving him a total of six perfect games at Dual Lanes. The first came Sunday in the Four-States Trailer Sales/Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Hospital/Storm Bowling Products Scratch Doubles Tournament.

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The second was in the Tuesday Richard Pentz Men's League and the third in the Wednesday Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League. Yeates tossed 1,390 for six games in the tournament, a 232 average. He currently sports a 223 average in the Richard Pentz League and a 226 in the Darrell Witte League.

Dual Lanes duckpin report

In the Tuesday Doubles Men's League, Andy Huffman tossed a 208 game and added games of 161 and 143 for a 512 set and Jeff Covell tossed a 203 game and added games of 141 and 161 for a 505 set.

In the Commercial "A" Men's League, Mike Turner Jr. tossed a 521 set.

In the Wednesday Mixed League, Buck Ebersole tossed a 197 game, 78 pins over his average to earn an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress and Scott Teays tossed a 192 game, 81 pins over his 111 average to earn a $25 Dual Lanes house award for bowling 75+ pins over his average and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

Christine Gompers tossed an outstanding 171 game, 66 pins over her 105 average to earn a $25 Dual Lanes house award for bowling 65+ pins over her average and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

In the Coca-Cola Mixed Triples League, Jessica Long tossed an outstanding 186 all mark game to earn a $25 Dual Lanes house award for bowling 65+ over her 112 average and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

In the Tuesday Handicappers Mixed League, Rick Lake tossed an outstanding 206 game, 76 pins over his average and added games of 184 and 145 for a 535 set.

For his effort, Lake will receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards ... one for bowling 75+ pins over is average and one for bowling a set 525+ and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

Tournament champions

Andrew Matthews and Denny Shawyer Sr. were the winners of the Aladdin Awards & Gifts Adult/Youth "King of the Hill" Handicap Doubles Tournament Sunday at Dual Lanes.

The duo were the second-highest qualifiers of the 48 teams entered with an eight-game handicap total of 1,941. Other qualifiers were 1: Timmy Winston and Rickey Fraley, 1,991; 3: Mike Colegrove and Stacy Church, 1,898; 4: Kurt Gorman and Chris Pereschuk, 1,871; 5: Shane and John Barnes, 1,836.

In the stepladder finals, Gorman/Pereschuk (508) defeated Colegrove/Church (452) and the Barneses (416).

Matthews/Shawyer Sr. defeated Gorman/Pereschuk 529-494 and Winston/Fraley 473-406.

The top five qualifiers received awards from Aladdin Awards & Gifts.

Dual Lanes tenpin report

In the C.J.'s Senior Care Mixed League, Mary Young tossed a 233 game, 100 pins over her 133 average. For bowling 100 pins over her average, Young will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award form the United States Bowling Congress.

In the No-Nonsense Mixed League, Robert Hutzell tossed games of 266, 258 and 190 for a 714 set, 159 pins over his 185 average for set. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Hutzell will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award form the U.S. Bowling Congress.

In the Supervalu Mixed League, Robert Hurd tossed games of 279, 279 and 226 for a 784 set, 169 pins over his 205 average for set. For his effort, Robert will receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards, one for bowling a set 775-799 and one for bowling 150+ pins over his average. Chris Pierce tossed an outstanding 278 game, 116 pins over his 162 average to earn a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a Special Achievement wrist watch from the U.S. Bowling Congress for bowling 100+ pins over his average.

In the Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League, Boo Garrett tossed games of 224, 279 and 258 for a 761 set to earn a $25 Dual Lanes house award for bowling a set 775-799 and an award form the U.S. Bowling Congress.

In the Wacky Rollers Mixed League, Jason Reed Sr. tossed games of 169, 262 and 267 for a 698 set, 155 over his 181 average. For bowling 150+ pins over his average, Reed will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award and an award form the U.S. Bowling Congress.

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