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December 14, 2006|by LARRY YANOS

Tournament time

Dual Lanes will be hosting a Scratch Doubles tournament this Sunday, Dec. 17, at 9 a.m. The tournament will be sponsored by Pro-Tech Electronics, Dual Highway Motors and Storm Bowling Products. A $500 prize and Storm bowling balls are guaranteed to first place. The tournament is open to all current U.S.B.C. adult members. For more information, call Dual Lanes at 301-739-7857.

Tournament champs

Patrick Mitchell and Tony West were the winners of the third annual Mark Needy Memorial Adult/Youth Handicap Doubles Tournament Sunday at Dual Lanes. The duo was the second highest qualifier of the 48 teams entered with an eight game handicap total of 1,826. Other qualifiers were 5 - Chance Bast and Nestor Basco, 1,808; 4 - Ryan and Joe Palmer Jr., 1,810; 3 - Nicky Maus and Mike Carey, 1,819; 1 - Valerie and Donna Batchelor, 1,839.

In the stepladder finals, Bast/Basco (406) defeated Maus/Carey (398) and Palmer/Palmer (377). Mitchell/West defeated Bast/Basco 495-439 and Batchelor/Batchelor 490-426.

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Mitchell and West each received an award from Aladdin Awards and a jacket from Storm Bowling Products for the victory.

Storm Bowling Products also donated four Storm bowling balls to the tournament which were raffled off. The proceeds of $1,385 were donated to Harvest Life Ministries, the charity of choice of the Needy family. Bowling ball winners were Wayne Dix, Bob Bonebrake Jr., Robert Myerly and Denise Stottlemyer.

Duckpin report

In the commercial "A" Men's League, Jeff Flory tossed a 196 game, 75 pins over his 121 average and Keith South tossed a 213 game, 84 pins over his 129 average to earn $25 Dual Lanes House Awards and an award from the National Duckpin Bowling Congress for bowling 75 pins over their average. Also in the league, Bernie Hipkins tossed a 204 game.

Tenpin report

· In the Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League, Michael Runshaw tossed games of 212, 219 and 208 for a 639 set, 189 pins over his 150 average for a set. For bowling 150 pins over his average, Runshaw will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the United States Bowling Congress. Rickey Fraley tossed games of 257, 255 and 264 for a 776 set to earn a $25 Dual Lanes House Award for bowling a set 775-799 and an award from the U.S.B.C. Mike Benedict tossed games of 274, 238 and 266 for a 778 set which was 178 pins over his 200 average for a set. For his effort, Benedict will receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards, one for bowling a set 775-799 and one for bowling 150 pins over his average, and awards from the U.S.B.C.

· In the Friday Flying Feathers Mixed League, Lisa Churchey tossed a 268 game to earn a $25 Dual Lanes House Award for bowling a game 265-297. Ryan Staup tossed games of 242, 254 and 277 for a 773 set which was 161 pins over his 204 average for set. For bowling 150 pins over his average, Staup will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the United States Bowling Congress. Leonard Heller Jr. tossed a near perfect 299 game, leaving the 5 pin on his final toss of the game. For his effort, Heller will receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards, one for the 299 game and one for bowling 100 pins over his 197 average, and awards from the U.S.B.C.

· In the Saturday Art Harris Memorial Mixed League, Jeremy McNabb tossed games of 279, 228, and 244 for a 751 set. For his effort, McNabb will receive two $25 Dual Lanes House Awards, one for the 279 game which was 113 pins over his 166 average and one for bowling 150 pins over his average for set, plus awards from the U.S.B.C.

· In the Saturday No-Nonsense Mixed League, Morris Hooper tossed games of 222, 209 and 181 for a 612 set, 165 pins over his 149 average for set. For bowling 150 pins over his average, Hooper will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C.

· In the Sunday Mixers Tenpin League, Frank Davis tossed a 289 game which was 110 pins over his 179 average. For the outstanding game, Davis will receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and a wrist watch from the United States Bowling League.

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