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Tracy earns high marks

Tracy earns high marks

October 16, 2007|By LARRY YANOS

Duckpin bowler Wally Tracy found himself on the mark last week.

Tracy, a duckpin bowler in the Monday Night Coors Light Triples League at Southside Bowl, had a mark in every frame while posting a 235 game. The 58-year-old Williamsport resident added games of 140 and 148 for a 523 set.

"I had seven strikes and four spares. It was my high career set and game," Tracy said.

Tracy bowls in two leagues: The Monday Night Triples and Wednesday Night Mixed League, carrying averages of 114 and 120.

He will receive a $100 check and a plaque from Southside Bowl for bowling a game of 225 or more. He will also receive an award for the National Duckpin Bowling Congress.

Honor Roll

The following are house award winners at Dual Lanes.

Sunday Mixers: Dee Ellis, 227, 279, 206 (712 set).

Richard Pentz Men's League: John Summers, 299, 259, 233 (791) and Danny Wiles, 256, 300, 267 (823).


Darrell Witte Commercial Major Men's League: Travis Yeates, 279, 237, 269 (785) and Bob Borne Jr., 227, 244, 300 (771).

Wacky Rollers Mixed League: Amber Sandy, 225, 257, 299 (781).

Flying Feathers Mixed League: Lisa Churchey, 225, 237, 236 (698); Bob Violet, 269, 300 227 (796) and Glen Poffenberger, a 299 game.

Emma Lancaster Ladies League: Courtney Reedy, 225, 177, 276 (678).

Art Harris Memorial Mixed League: April Alegre, 214, 266, 198 (678) and Amber Sandy, 269, 279, 248 (796).

Tournament time

Dual Lanes will be hosting the 12th annual Darrell Witte Memorial Scratch Doubles Tournament on Oct. 28, at 9 a.m.

The tournament is open to all current United States Bowling Congress certified adult members.

The winners of the tournament will receive $500 - courtesy of Antietam Paving Co. and Quality First Insurance Agency - as well as bowling balls from Storm Bowling Products and plaques from Aladdin Awards.

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

Larry Yanos covers bowling for The Herald-Mail. He can be reached at 301-733-5131, ext. 2311, or by e-mail at

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