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House city mark at Dual Lanes

House city mark at Dual Lanes

January 31, 2007|by LARRY YANOS

The Hoohitchoo team, competing in the Friday Flying Feathers Mixed League at Dual Lanes, tossed a team game of 1,261 to set a new Dual Lanes and house record for a scratch mixed team.

Team members included Hugh "Tuggy" Davis III, Brendan Beaton, Christine Hancock, Wayne "Ozzy" Lyons and Dave Vulgamott.

Davis tossed a 276 game; Beaton, 214; Hancock, 249; Lyons, 279; and Vulgamott, 243.

Tournament champions

Todd Jacobson and Denny Wallech won the Aladdin Awards Adult/Youth Handicap Doubles Tenpin Tournament Sunday at Dual Lanes.

The duo were the second highest qualifiers with an 8-game handicap total of 1,980.

Other qualifiers included: Tim and Jerry Jacobson, 2,085; Wayne Young and Amber Sandy, 1,934; Andrew Matthews and Dennis Shawyer Sr., 1,915; and Heidi and Louis Plumer Jr., 1,909.

In the stepladder finals, Matthews and Shawyer Sr. defeated Plumer/Plumer (488) and Young/Sandy (446).

Jacobson/Wallech defeated Matthews/Shawyer Sr., 503-476, and Jacobson/Jacobson, 477-463.

The top five qualifiers received gifts and an award from Aladdin Awards.


Southside Bowl report

Don Curry threw his second 300 game at Southside Bowl, Virginia Ave., Hagerstown.

Curry, competing in the Daryl Moats Commercial League, rolled games of 300, 263, and 223 for an outstanding 786 set. He carries a 205 average.

Curry will receive $150 from Southside Bowl - $100 for bowling a 300 game, $25 for rolling a 775 or higher set, and $25 for rolling a set 150 pins over average.

He will also receive a plaque for throwing a 300 game. From the U.S. Bowling Congress, he will receive a ring and another award.

In other league action, Mike Calloway, Jr. rolled a 777 set. The individual games were 258, 241 and 278.

He will receive a house award of $25 for rolling a set of 775 or more.

Charlie Chaney tossed an outstanding 500 set while competing in the Tuesday Nite Fun Bunch Duckpin League.

Chaney threw five strikes in a row for a 206 game and followed with games of 165 and 129.

For rolling the 206 game, Chaney will receive a house award of $25 for rolling 75+pins over his average and will also receive a plaque from Southside Bowl.

Southside Bowl hosted an Adult/Youth Tenpin Tournament sanctioned by the U.S. Bowling Congress.

It attracted 22 entries.

The tournament was won by Patrick Mitchell and Tony West.

Steven Gordon and Mike Calloway, Jr. finished second; Ethan Moats and Mick Moats were third; Tony Davenport and Denny Bowers were fourth; and Seth Bernhisel and Jason Pittsnogle were fifth.

Josh Trumpower rolled the high game of the tournament - a 299. He will receive a ring from the U.S. Bowling Congress.

While bowling in the Daryl Moats Commercial Tenpin League, Wayne Dorsey rolled a 299 game.

Dorsey, who carries a 194 average, will receive a house award of $25 for rolling a 299 game, and another $25 for rolling 100 pins over his average in one game.

Dorsey will also receive a ring and a patch from the bowling congress.

Also, John Meyer tossed a 788 set. Meyer's individual games were 274, 256, and 258.

Meyer, who carries a 209 average, will receive $25 for a set of 775 or more and $2 for rolling a set 150 pins or more over his average.

He will also receive an award from the U.S. Bowling Congress.

Tournament at Dual Lanes

Dual Lanes will be hosting a Scratch Doubles Tournament this Sunday at 9 a.m.

The tournament will be sponsored by Dual Highway Motors, Pro-Tech Electronics and Storm Bowling Products.

Storm bowling balls and $500 will be awarded to the winners of the event.

All current adult members of the U.S. Bowling Congress are invited to participate. For additional information, call Dual Lanes at 301-739-7858.

Dual Lanes duckpin report

In the Commercial "A" Men's League, Andy Huffman tossed a 208 game, Jimmy Taylor tossed a 202 game and Kenny Kirby tossed a 205 game.

Also, Rob Keefer tossed games of 190, 192 and 165 for a 547 set which included 17 strikes.

For bowling a set of 525 or higher, Keefer will receive a $25 Dual Lanes house award.

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