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Lloyd throws two 800 sets

Lloyd throws two 800 sets

February 27, 2007

Glen Lloyd bowling in the Richard Pentz Men's League tossed games of 249, 269 and 289 for his first ever 800 set, an 807 and two weeks later tossed games of 266, 248 and 289 for a 803 set. For the set, Glen will receive a plaque and $50 from Dual Lanes and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the United States Bowling Congress. Lloyd who sports a 207 average in the league will also receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the U.S.B.C. for bowling 150-plus pins over his average for set.

Pague tosses first 800 set

Paul Pague bowling in the Tuesday Classic Men's League tossed games of 261, 289 and 257 for his first ever 800 set, an 807. For the set, Paul will receive a plaque and $50 from Dual Lanes and awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the United States Bowling Congress. Pague who sports a 206 average in the league will also receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award from an award from the U.S.B.C. for bowling 150-plus pins over his average.

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Adlon tosses first 800 set

Roger Adlon in the Soda Pop Adult/Yough League tossed his first 800 set, an 804. Adlon tossed games of 268, 277 and 259. For the set, Roger will receive a plaque and $50 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 an award from the U.S.B.C. for bowling 150-plus over his league leading 212 average.

Johnson sets house and city record at Dual Lanes

William "Billy" Johnson Jr. substituting in the Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League shattered the Dual Lanes house record and city record for men by tossing 33 of a possible 36 strikes with games of 297, 299 and 279 for an 875 set breaking the old record of 867 held by Gary Smith. In game one, Johnson tossed the first 11 strikes and left the 1, 3 and 6 pins on his final toss of the game. Game two included the first 11 strikes, leaving the 7 pin on his final toss of the game and game three included the first six strikes, leaving a 7 pin and sparing in the seventh frame and striking the next five frames. Johnson who has four perfect 300 games at Dual Lanes just missed the Maryland state record of 879, held by professional bowler Wayne Webb. Johnson could have had a few more pins in game one, but not enough to break the state record. He tried to toss an eight or nine count on his final toss of game one to get a 298 or 299 game since he already has a perfect game to his credit this season. For his effort, Johnson will receive a plaque and $205 from Dual Lanes, $25 for the 299 game, $50 for the 800 set, $50 from breaking the house record and $80 for breaking the city record. Johnson will also receive awards from the Central Maryland Bowling Association and the United States Bowling Congress.

Sandy sets new record at Dual Lanes

Substituting in the Friday Flying Feathers Mixed League has really paid off for tenpin bowler Amber Sandy. Sandy was substituting for the J&J Memories Team that broke the Dual Lanes House Record for team set and Friday, Jan. 26, tossed games of 258, 289 and 245 for a 792 set, breaking the Dual Lanes house record set for women. Veronica "Ronnie" Willets held the record with 782 since Sept. 23, 1998. Sandy, a graduate of the Dual Lanes Junior Bowling Program sports a 214 average in the Flying Feathers League and a 224 average in the Saturday No-Nonsense Mixed League. For breaking the record, Amber will receive a plaque and $50 from Dual Lanes. She will also receive a $25 Dual Lanes House Award and an award from the United States Bowling Congress for Bowling 150-plus pins over her average.

Tournament champs

Mike Whisman and Jason Baker were the winners of the Dual Highway Motors, Pro-Tech Electronics, Storm Bowling Products scratch doubles tournament. The duo were the second highest qualifiers of the 48 teams with a twelve game scratch total of 2800. Other qualifiers included #1 John Schriner and Jeff Harding 2923, #3 Wyatt Voltz and Mike Fox Jr. 2798, #4 Don Smith and Bob Hollingshead 2787 and #5 Brent Hunter and Mark Jones 2772.

In the Baker Doubles Finals:

Hunter/Jones (257) defeated Voltz/Fox (230) and Smith/Hollingshead (202). Whisman/Baker defeated Hunter/Jones 244-184 and Schriner/Harding 211-204.

Whisman and Baker received $500 and Storm T-Road Pearl bowling balls for the victory.

During Qualifying, Mike Whisman, Jim Young III and Wyatt Voltz tossed near perfect 299 games. Whisman leaving the 8 pin, Young the 10 pin and Voltz the 9 pin on their final toss of the game to earn awards from the United States Bowling Congress. Bill Kershner II, Hugh Davis III, Roger Horst and Mark Jones tossed 11 consecutive strikes, Kershner a 279 game, Davis, Horst and Jones a 290 game to earn a U.S.B.C. 11 in a Row award.

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