June 11, 2009 BOWLING NEWS Page 1
Thursday, June 11, 2009
P.O. Box 4160, Downey, CA 90241 • Online: www.californiabowlingnews.com • Email: email@example.com Office: 562-807-3600 Fax: 562-807-2288
A Miss On PBA Hall of Famer Mark Roth Kha Blasts Pins For 1st Donkee Title at Bowl-O-Drome
Begins Recovery After Stroke
A Mission! SEATTLE — Mark Roth,
recently ranked No. 5 on a list
“Mark and I both want to
extend a heartfelt thank you to
SAN DIEGO — Kearny of the Professional Bowlers everyone, from the bottoms of
Mesa Bowl was host to the Association’s 50 greatest play- our hearts. The out-pouring of
NABI tournament last Satur- ers in the organization’s first affection and concern and well
day, & long time NABI sup- 50 years, has suffered a stroke wishes has been overwhelm-
porter Missy Pico proved to be which has left him partially ing,” she added.
one tough miss as she earned paralyzed on his left side. Roth, who owns 34 PBA
her third title. As the #1 Roth, 58, was admitted to Tour titles and a pair of Senior
seed, she only had to win one St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syra- Tour titles, is widely consid-
match, but observed the other cuse, N.Y., on Sunday, his wife ered the player who introduced
finalists scoring well & knew Denise said, after feeling ill for the “power game” to bowling.
she would have to also to win several days. The Fulton, N.Y., resident was
the championship. She did, “He’s brighter today,” she inducted into the United States
& was rewarded with $1000. said Thursday. “His (left) leg is Bowling Congress Hall of
Congratulations on a terrific showing a little improvement. Fame on May 1 in Reno, Nev. Donkee at Bowl-O-Drome (L-R) Luis Diaz – 3rd, Marc Sy – 5th, Manager of Bowl-O-Drome –
performance! He told me he’s going to walk NOTE: Denise Roth has asked Kraig presenting check to our Champion Hong Kha, Terry Hlebasko – 6th, Lenny Riley – 2nd.
again and I believe him. He that well-wishers not send any
has the will power to do it.” additional flowers or cards TORRANCE — A warm located inside Westminster but not forgotten Hong would
Denise Roth said her hus- until Mark is moved. She will congratulations go out to this Lanes. Hong has been bowling like to thank his boss Steve
band will be transferred to a advise the PBA as soon as she weeks first time winner Hong for a little over 3 years and has Shepherd for letting him off
rehabilitation facility as early knows his new address. His Kha. Hong bowled fantastic personal highs of a 299 and for the day and colleague Hen-
as Friday to begin a lengthy contact information will then posting a +237 at this week- 770 series. ry Mendez for filling in his
recovery process. be posted on pba.com. ends event. When he isn’t bowling absence.
Ebonite Teams Go Five
He beat out Lenny Riley Hong works for the happiest We would like to also
who bowled fantastic himself place on earth, Disneyland of thank Kraig and his staff for
with a +200. Both bowlers course, he is part of their pest their hospitality and great shot
Games For The $16,000 Win bowled over 740 scratch as
they lapped the field.
Lenny edged out Hong the
Hong would like to thank
his coach Stacy Rider located
at this weekends event.
Our Mystery game and
series were a carry over (282
DOWNEY— Del Rio Lanes, home of the Ebonite Invitational first 2 games by a mere 1 and at Linbrook Lanes, who as we game and 624 series). Game
League, was filled with spectators Monday night (June 8), on 2 pins respectively, but Hong all know to be one of the elite will be worth $700 and series
hand to watch the final match between “Tri-Str Vending” and came on strong throwing the in women’s professional bowl- $450 at our next tournament.
The other finalists were “Bry-Law Accounting”. front 9 in game 3 before drift- ing picking up a WWPB title Cut Score
Ron Tanja, Troy Thompson, Tri-Star which came into the rolloffs as a wild card has been in ing a little high and shooting a earlier this year. +87 Men +55 Women
Tony Damian, Jared Evans the finals before, but never won the title. David Yamauchi picked big 278 scratch. Hong would also like to Sidepots1:00 PM – Marc
& Tom Brophy. Guaranteed a great team this year; Kevin Yamauchi, Larry Campbell and Jon Hong was throwing a Ro- thank his buddy Kyle Oster- Sy, Luis Diaz 2&3 ($33 each)
$50 sidepots gave some extra Brandon. togrip Cell Pearl drilled by men who was rooting him on 2:30 PM – Lenny Riley 1&2,
spending money to Erik Mar- Bry-Law Accounting, captained by Larry Stephens, counted Ben Mach of Mach’s proshop via text the whole time. Lastly, Hong Kha ($42 each)
In Memory Of
tin, George Evans (2), Troy on Charles Zelaya, Kenny Wright and Billy Myers Jr. to score
Thompson (2), Ron Tanja, for the win.
Tony Damian (2), & Missy. A quick over-all look at the games.
The next NABI San Diego Game One: Bry-Law 726/Tri-Star 768.
tournament is June 20 & 27 Game Two: Tri Star 699/Bry-Law 792.
at Admiral Robinson Center. Game Three: Tri-Star 937/Bry-Law 758.
Check the Bowling News & Game Four: Tri-Star 753/Bry-Law 811. by Rob Hartley
your postcard for complete Game Five: Tri-Star 874/Bry-Law 864. NORWALK — In the past
details, as this is your last op- The teams moved to a new pair with a new lane condition, 4 years, we have had articles
portunity to qualify for NABI after each game. about our Blind Bowlers at LAKE FOREST — Milt 1962 saw Milt become a
Week in July. See you there Kevin Yamauchi rolled the high game 290. Keystone Lanes. They repre- was born in Colorado and member of the Orange County
…we’ll save a cookie for you! sented California once again worked as a Metorlogy Engi- Men’s Bowling Association
continued on page 8
at the National Blind Bowling neer for Ford Aerospace for 28 and was President in 1976-77.
Tournament held at Cleveland, years. He moved to Southern Over the last 40+ years he has
Ohio. They have come back California in 1958. served on most committees at
with smiles on their faces as it Milt ws introduced to bowl- one time or another.
looks as they scored in the top ing at 12 years old while living Milt was working with the
10 in the nation once again. in a house owned by Harold seniors at Forest Lanes for the
Although we love to mention “Tiger” Asplund...a ABC Hall past few years, doing every-
the incredible things that the of Hamer. Milt was hooked on thing from league sheets to
blind do, it is also an honor to the sport and he dedicated many sanctioning leagues. He had
know that we have cities that years to bowling. recorded 2 - 290 games and a
care about the difference they In 1949 he enlisted in the 765 series.
are making. This last Tuesday Army and while serving in Milt passed away suddenly
evening, A Journey For The Korea he exchanged a lung for on Saturday, May 30th. He is
a Purple Heart. survived by two sons, a step-
continued on page 9
son and many grandchilren, and
his lovely wife Joanie, who he
What’s Rollin’ This Weekend? married in 1993.
Milt was a “fixture” at For-
est Lanes for many years and
ABT Orange County Saturday June 13 Cal Bowl he will be truly missed.
ABTA Saturday June 13 Oak Tree Lanes Our hearts and prayers go
Slangin’ Rocks Mixed Doubles Scratch Tournament out to Joanie his family and
Saturday June 13 The Bowlium friends of which there are
Ebonite Champions Tri-Star Vending (L—R) Larry Campbell, David Yamauchi, Kevin Yamauchi WCST Sat/Sun June 13-14 Santa Fe Lanes, Las Vegas Allan MacDuffee, GM
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WCST Getting Ready For Ebonite
Singles at Mission Hills Bowl
June 20-21. Limited Openings!!!!
by Dick Sanders
MISSION HILLS—WCST, getting ready for the WCST Eb-
onite Singles for the week-end of June 20-21, at Mission Hills
Bowl, in Mission Hills, CA. Mr. Bill Monsantte, our host. One
squad only, bowling 10 games straight for qualifying, on Satur-
day, June 20th to start at 12:00 Noon.
Two age divisions: Seniors, Men, ages 45 to 59, Ladies, ages,
40 to 49, Super Seniors: Men, ages, 60 and up, Ladies, ages 60
and up. $170.00 is the entry fee for current WCST Members, Cal Bowl – Lakewood Del Rio Lanes – Downey Keystone Lanes – Norwalk
guest to add $15.00.
Extra Money Action: High Game & Series Blocks & Brack- (562) 421-1805 (562) 806-2477 (562) 864-3701
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prizes out of the higher money in the super senior division for
bowlers ages 70 and up. One cash place for every 4 entered in
Finals on Sunday, June 21st, for both divisions, start at
8:30AM. Goal is the Maximum entry field of 60 bowlers.
CALL 760-363-8141, OR CELL PHONE: 760-792-4596
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UP-COMING WCST EBONITE SINGLES TOURNAMENTS
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To enter any of the above, please call the WCST Office, any-
time Day or Night at 760-363-8141, Cell Phone 760-792-4596.
The Annual Southern LA County USBC DOOR
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Yang Wins 1st ABTA Title at Bowling Square
Gladstone, Wang, Nakunz and Kim share $2,700 Match Game
Match Game Est $1,400, Match Series Est $1,150 and 3-6-9 is $1,100
Oak Tree (BRAND NEW LANES) is our Host Saturday in Early Event
Qualify at 12:00-1:00-2:30 & 4:00 PM SEMIS 5:45PM
ARCADIA—Tao Yang was get checks of $125 in 6-9th les in third also!
tops winning his first ABTA Ti- places. ABTA Notes: Tourney Hi
tle at popular Bowling Square Round three got hot as Tao Qualifiers were David Quon
Lanes which has became very Yang edged Rey Hernandez in men +228. Sophia Kim led the
popular for our club. Tao a shootout 263-248. John Gon- ladies +183. They will get paid
topped 265 entrants to win his zales took out the Cutlery Ex- entries for the fine bowling.
first title. He took home a nice pert David Quon 242-211. Rey The Doubles were headed by
$2,200 top prize. He won the and David were 4th and 5th Sol Cericos and Rich Chou
hard way, winning five straight with fine bowling and $135, 1414 $150 2. Som Seng and
matches in the single elim fi- with John and Tao to meet for Jimmy Wong 1405 $130, Jim-
nals, finally edging the top seed the right to bowl the pretty my Wong and Bennett Lai 1399 Tao Yang Tops ABTA at Bowling Square (L—R) David Quon 4th, Youna Yun ((Runnerup) $500,
Youna Yun in the final frame to lady, Youna Yun for the title. $120 and we paid 18 places and Leo “Horses” Tartamella ABTA Director Cathereine Cheung ABTA Member, Tao Yang (Cham-
take the title in a very exciting The semi final match was $1,190 in ::the doubles. pion) $2,300, John Gonzales 3rd and his Pop “Speedy Gonzales ABTA member.
game that would have gone ei- on. Yang held strong in a 241- The 3-6-9 was NOT hit this
ther way. The top seeded posi- 213 over the likeable Gonzales week, as William Garrett out- It is History folks as Minh
tion downing upstart Derek Lee who bowled well and thrilled lasted the field but missed in Dang enters the archives as our
for the win. the crowd :-) John, a past shot 4 so we go for $1.100 this latest champion.
The scoring was good and champion, was 3rd with fine weekend folks! Special Thanks to every-
making the cut were Men +64 bowling and Tao off to the title The Match Game was one and the Mou Liu Bowlers. AMERICAN BOWLERS TOURNAMENT ASSOCIATION
and the ladies +50. Added game vs Ms. Yun who was on matched with a 162 game It is great to bowl at Bowling (at Bowling Square) June 6
were Super Seniors Rico Cay- her game at Bowling Square. drawn by Tao, and 4 winners Square. 1 Tao Yang 680 $1,000.00 DOUBLES RESULTS
ton, Marty Nakunz, and his The title game was on. shared the $2,700 and got $675 We are already raffling Las Cash & Carry $1,200.00 1 Sol Cericos /
lovely wife Bobbie Nakunz. Youna elected to start and left each. The 4 were Sophia Kim, Vegas Rooms, a High End Ball 2 Youna Yun 724 $500.00 Richard Chou 1414 $150.00
A fine turnout of 265 bowl- the 7-9 split. Tao started strong Gary Gladstone, Vickie Wang and Bag, and ABTA Entry’s 3 John Gonzalez 691 $200.00 2 Jimmy Wong /
ers saw 64 Semifinalists cash with a three bagger to take a and Marty Nakunz. They are weekly at the Tournament. 4 Rey G. Hernandez 680 $135.00 Som Seng 1405 $130.00
5 David Quon 666 $135.00 3 Jimmy Wong /
and a $6,800 Prize fund. Nice nice lead. Youna was now right deserving!. Buy 6 tickets for $5. This
6 Ken Morris (BP) 705 $125.00 Bennet Lai 1399 $120.00
Pots, and Brackets and more there and was clean in frames The Match Series worth week’s winners: Bag, Greg 7 Roger Pierce 704 $125.00 4 Jimmy Wong /
all day long! The Semifinal- 2-7.Yao was having his trouble $772 was NOT Matched due Reinhart, Ball, Charles Elliott, 8 Greg Velarde 696 $125.00 Phillip Sujo 1388 $100.00
ists took the floor, of which all with opens in frames 4-6 & 7 to a 658 drawn by David Quon ABTA Entry to Tri Vo. Room 9 Billy Chao 695 $125.00 5 Angelito Hilvano /
would cash. The top 16 to ad- and when Young split in the 8th and we will estimate the Match for two nights for our Las Ve- 10 Marty Nakunz (SS) 694 $115.00 Roland Salariosa 1388 $100.00
vance to the single elim finals with a strong pocket 8-10. Tao Series to go for $1,200 this Sat- gas Event went to Mr. Lucky 11 Allan Basto 684 $115.00 6 (Tim) Vien Tran /
with 3 women min guaranteed then opened in the 9th. Youna urday at Oak tree Lanes in our Rey Hernandez. We will have 12 Roland Salariosa (SS) 682 $69.00 Minh Dang 1381 $90.00
to the top 16. struck in the 9th. Tao finished EARLY EVENT there and for more than one raffle this week 13 Anthony Kwan 670 $115.00 7 Ariel Ocampo /
14 Melvin Finner 665 $115.00 Rey G. Hernandez 1379 $80.00
The scoring was contentious with 169/209. Youna struck the $2.00 entry, you can’t top that! for sure! Get Your Las Vegas
15 Laura Vasquez 650 $115.00 8 Edmond Del mundo /
with a record +124 to make the first in the 10th and needed one Tao Yang is from Alhambra Room Reserved Please! The 16 Christina Cheung 643 $115.00 Som Seng 1375 $70.00
top16 for the men and the 3 more for the title and came up and used a Black Widow drilled deadline is Saturday. 17 Vicente Rivera 661 $105.00 9 Ryan Nam /
guaranteed women chipped in a bit high to finish at 168/205. at Action Lanes. He thanks Dad Oak Tree Lanes in Diamond 18 Danny Reece, Sr. 660 $104.00 Sunny Fong 1374 $50.00
at +22. The coiffeur from Bue- What an exciting match for the David, Mom Joan, brother Bil- Bar is our host Saturday in an 19 Le’Star Walker 652 $103.00 10 (Tim) Vien Tran /
na Park, Minh Dang lead the crowd. Tao did very well and ly and Catherine (Girlfriend) EARLY EVENT. Squad times 20 Mikko Miller (60%) 651 $61.25 Som Seng 1374 $50.00
field with an enormous +215. wins his first title and in front for support and his friends and are 12:00-1:00-2:30 & 4:00 PM 21 Ryan Nam 650 $101.00 11 Richard Chou /
In second place was Derek Lee of his fans of the infamous Mou Mou Liu Bowlers, (too many to Semis 5:45PM 22 Victor Hilvano 642 $100.00 Laura Vasquez 1370 $50.00
23 Pat Wilson 638 $97.50 12 Le star Walker /
+197. Minh sat out for the title. Liu to boot. Great bowling by mention). On a Very Sad Note, ABTA
24 Sunny Fong 632 $95.00 Rodney Payne 1369 $40.00
Mr. Lee to enter into the sec- a very nice young man who fi- Youna Yun is from L.A. and Member Lisa Baumgartner was 25 Lonzell Burnett (SS) 630 $91.25 13 Miko Miller /
ond round of the top 16 finals. nally cashed well in the ABTA. she is single, used a Storm. She laid to rest Friday after a battle 26 Angelito Hilvano 630 $91.25 Miko Miller 1364 $30.00
It took a +45 to make the top 16 He is most deserving, and is on thanks Bob and the ABTA staff with cancer. She was a Won- 27 Ariel Ocampo 628 $87.50 14 Nannie Villaruz /
Single Elims which included 4 the improve for sure. Congrats for a great tournament. derful, Lovely, Cheerful Lady 27 Ronnie Cordero 627 $85.00 Rey G. Hernandez 1362 $30.00
women. to Tao from all! John Gonzales is from L. A. and a fine ABTA Member. The 27 Vien (Tim) Tran 626 $81.25 15 Edmond Del mundo /
The first round went. We What else can we say about and used a Perl-One drilled at Fiancee of Bedell Vasquez, 30 Jimmy Wong 626 $81.25 Sol Cericos 1362 $30.00
had Marty Nakunz, Anthony Youna Yun, one of our faith- Action Lanes. He thanks Mom ABTA Director. She will be 31 Ron Peter 624 $77.50 16 Jimmy Wong /
32 Glen Dantes (60%) 622 $45.00 Ada Wong-Hum 1362 $30.00
Kwan, Melvin Finner, Alan ful members who is liked by Hong and dad Speedy for sup- missed by all especially this
33 Marvin Crowder, Sr. 621 $72.50 17 Jimmy Wong /
Basto, Roland Salariosa, Laura all. She really bowled well and port and the ABTA and Staff writer and her friends. She is in 34 Tim Austin (SS) 619 $70.00 Francis Colian 1360 $20.00
Vasquez, and Christina Cheung almost won. It was so close! and Bowling Square Lanes for that better place now and work- 35 Cheng H. (Glen) Tse 618 $70.00 18 William Garrett /
lose out. They received checks This is her second runner-up in the great tournament shot. Ku- ing on that perfect game from 36 Roberta Nakunz (SS) 617 $67.50 Mike Nakunz 1360 $20.00
of $115 in 10-16th places. the ABTA. Congrats Youna!! dos to his coach Santo! above. We will Miss her! God 37 Derek H. Lee 616 $67.50
Round two had Ken Mor- Youna and Tao had plenty of It was great to return to Bless! 38 Jaime Sulit 615 $65.75 FINANCIAL REPORT
ris, Billy Chao, Greg Velarde, cheers going in that title match. Bowling Square, where every- LAS VEGAS ROOMS 39 Art Lindsey (SS) 615 $65.75 Cut Scores:
and Roger Pierce lose out and Nice bowling by John Gonza- one has a great time! ARE DUE SATURDAY and 40 Edmond Del Mundo 615 $65.75 Men: +64 Women: +50
41 Minh Dang 614 $65.00 Super Seniors:
if needed you can post date a
42 Michael Gill 613 $62.50 Rico Cayton, Martin Nakunz
check or credit card for the 43 Mike Nakunz 611 $62.50 Roberta Nakunz
(562) 868-7164 www.abta1.com (562) 228-3960 (Cell) rooms if you wish. We may 44 Viviana Valverde 609 $60.00 High Qualifer (Free Entry)
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Women: Heidi Cheng + 132
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Match Game - 152 - Chao Wang, Gary
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59 Mark Zirges 563 $53.00 Doubles $1,190.00
walk and June 27 a FROZEN
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got 1/4 and $675each. All are very deserving.
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get out your flag and display it proudly. (5-30-09) Alyssa Guerrero 104-109, Justin Parsons 152-
Are you ready to check out this week’s Cal Bowl Bowling 145, Lorenzo Viala 149. (6-6-09) Lorenzo Viala 142, Teilor STUDIO CITY — As I write this article a tear graces my
Report? We have it here for you... Ruff-Scott 147-177-145/469, Chris Bartlett 121. chipmunk cheek and I remember what was the past leagues.
YOUNG AT HEART Classified Yet, I’m a free bird now and this bird cannot change. So
Andrew Morton 191-164-192, Delores Harris 127-143- (5-30-09) Kaitlynn Soto 156, Henry Paredes 205, Ronald we offer up this Summer’s leagues and hope to hear some
122, J.J. Scott 172-181-164, Gene Hammons 152-177- Lewis 200, Adriana Russom 198, Raymon Carter 241. (6-6- more Skynard.
164/493, Gene Skulick 196-179-139/514, Fred Contreras 09) Myles Rascon-Lahr 216-242-265/723, Daniel Brown 198, PINZ ADULTS
157-159-132/448, Cathy Anderson 139-156-156/451, Pre Raymon Carter 222-201. It’s about time that you came back. We were looking
Collier 103-144-191/518, Mary Spencer 164-175-136/457, ADULTS-JUNIORS for you at the soup kitchen. Yet, you were just to bust and
John Brider 181-139-170/510, Art Nelson 130-141-116/477, Juniors couldn’t help out, but you know who did: David McCockins.
Leroy Canaday 101-136-133/534, Albert Burnett Sr. 177- (5-30-09) Alec Aldapa 216, Kaitlynn Soto 164, Ronald He served “loads” of food to every person. Great job and
172-177/586, Tom Pettway 156-145-167/468, Willie Creer Lewis 215. (6-6-09) Arren Cole 121, Alec Aldapa 213- here’s the dropping loads scores:
160-193-171/524, Ellis Houston 186-224-234/644, Almyra 234/623, Nadia Muhammad 167, Ronald Lewis 222/608, Tavern Guild: Darrell Tucci 242/670, Tony Annibale
Perrizo 116-131-110/357, Glenn Wright 133-144-155/432, Raymon Carter 205. 276/658, Isabelle Vincent 220/589, John Cisneroz 235,
Vern Willey 148-176-138/462, Ed Hansen 139-209-142/490, Adults Naida Angarita 216, Jeff Pifko 216.
Don Jackson 105-126-125/356, Eva Hammons 60-59- (5-30-09) Eldie Abutan 205, Paul Mehl Jr. 227, Louis Twilighters: Eric Maize 255/674, Dane Price 236/653,
91/210, Jessie Lane 117-126-140/383, James Kennard Whitlock II 227, Leland Carter 252-243/639. (6-6-09) Ronald Bob Riffle 234/614, Jim Moore 220/610, Allan Hammond
154-159-166/479, Tua Sula 154-201-141/496, Marci Han- Russom 189, Louis Whitlock II 213-225-226/664, Jeani Ruff 605, Bill Holland 223, Peter Berger 220.
sen 129-164-150/443, Fale Sula 204-170-147/521, Loretta 168, Jenila Fabian 197, Gregg Aldapa 205, Victor Fabian Kings and Queens: Kevin Collins 249/694, Ross Gold-
Ringor 137-134-143/414, Rosalind Harris 118-129-113/361, 213-216/603, Lee Williams 203. man 228/630, Will Pisnieski 216, David MCcKennett 216,
Joe Brown 193-135-128/456, Ben Jones Sr. 179-159- Tony Ferrari 214.
149/487, Walter Millsap 207-164-203/574, Ron McClain Sr. Music and Lyrics: Jordan Omley 526, Larry Wade 204.
National Deaf Bowling News
192-170-207/579. Funseekers: Chuck Alexander 646,Brandon Dzien-
RECYCLED TEENS glelews 242, John Pagones 227, Keane Murakami 223,
Eddie Buhay 526, Divina Buhay 518, Tom Spencer 556, Isabelle Vincent 222.
B.J. Theiss 548, Joe Erwin 523, Harold Runyon 244/598,
Jorge Fernandez 223/552, Ben Jones Sr. 532, Norma Myers 63rd Eastern ADBTournament Results S.C.B.L.: Tim Stake 236/633, Dave Yamamoto 248/630,
Michael Gehrke 267/615, Stephen Santay 223/608, Lamar
203/530, Walter Millsap 208/523, Ken Seiple Sr. 267/624, Daniels 605, Mike Malone 232.
Vancie Keith 527, Don Keith 563, Wendell Ledbetter 542, by Connie Marchione E.I.B.L.: Will Garrett 268/641, Michael James 229, Alex
Chuck Ashton 201/548, John Roach 504, Jim Burke 203/598, ALBANY, NY — In my last article, I mistyped 2 instead of 3 Ndirity 229, Greg Reed 224, Mike Elliot 204.
Ron Leidholdt 203/545, Bong Cayton 541, Ning Barcelona in the number of team entries in the recent last May 3-5 Eastern PINZ JUNIORS
524. Association of Deaf Bowlers Tournament. It should be 36 teams Great week for all, luckily Barbara didn’t tell me to promote
CAL BOWLEROS not the erroneous 26. I should be more careful. Thirty-six teams this year’s tournament or the annual state tourney. I already
Carole Fischer 533, Dee Phipps 527, Vedia Moore is low for EADB just like the mighty Great Lakes Deaf tourna- have it covered, but make sure to thank Barb for her hand
204/526, Dynasty Williams 526, Mary Smyth 519, Audrey ment drew just 50 teams at Cleveland three weeks prior to EADB work and dedication to an improving program. Here is the
Greene 203/501, Betty Phillips 212/501. tournament. Hopefully it is just for a year and entries will improve ridiculous scores:
SENIOR MENS TRIO next year. Adult Junior: Max Korn 214/552, Jamie Spector 177/510,
Rich Kelly 206-194-223/623, Phil Guliford 193-184- As in my last article Overrated Bowlers with 3188 placed first Brad Spector 173/457, Scott Murphy 171/441, Brandon
227/604, Ralph Wingert 195-233-211/639, Jim Burke in scratch division and Wilmington Club for the Deaf won the Dzienglelews 408, Masha Berenboym 149.
204-181-246/631, Chuck Patterson 146-180-279/605, Jim handicap event with 3263. Now I am reporting the winners of Senior Scratch: Nikolai Berk 234/881, Natalie Honda
Plante 207-289-207/703, Henry Hom 186-201-226/613, other events. 229/793, Max Korn 204/763, Jamie Spector 200/689.
Vince Cervantes 234-211-188/633, Billy Williams 180-248- Brady Wins Both Singles With 763 & 770, Senior Galaxies: Mario Vargas 186/509, Wendy Rowl-
ett 173/459, Stirling McCulloch 155/435, Daniel Cohen
190/618, John Dunn 235-172-204/621, Jimmy Hamilton 279-
220-259/758, Archie Stull 209-212-212/633, Bill Cowens Jr.
Krpata Rolls 300/733 for 2nd 144/415.
Dennis J. Brady, Watertown, NY who is the president of (now
235-179-190/604, Herman Martin 226-202-197/625, Sonny Junior Stars: Nicole Martinez 135/378, Nicholas Martinez
in limbo) National Deaf Bowling Associatioin rolled games of
Dew 179-248-269/696, Ed Cabs 187-218-230/635, Walter 74/194, Samantha Vargas 73/171, Brydon Baker 59/153,
276-256-232 for 764 to capture the scratch singles title and with
Millsap 236-214-201/651, Rick Llaneta 233-174-216/623, Kayla Arriaga 49/134.
his 6 handicap 770 total also took the handicap singles title. But
Ronnie Lemons 244-225-205/674, Andrey Gibson 222-205, PINZ SENIORS/LADIES
the spotlight was on Daniel Krpata, MD who after a 245 start,
Willie Burkhalter 236, Ray Staten 224, Mauro Pendilla 202, Talking about loads and tournaments, did you ever play
punched 12 in a row for the tournament’s high game 300 and
Josh Hudson 208-212, Billy Scott 202-214, Tom Pettway Donkey Basketball? It’s when the donkey’s ?*%# and you
finished with 188 for a 733 for scratch 2nd place and with his zero
229, John Mathews 206, Wayne Brown 214, Curtis Whaley bet on the square that the $#@$$ is done in. It‘s fun but not
handicap also placed 2nd. The perfecto is Krpata’s 2nd in EADB
203-253, Al Cowens 231-213, John Cuico 203, Terry Binuya as fun as this week’s previous scores.
as in last year’s tournament he rolled a 300 in the team event. The
204, Harold Fariss 217, Ben Jones Sr. 206, Jorge Fernan- Happy Timers: Sam Marion 400, Art Abell 154/395, Ruth
Canadian bowler who makes his yearly trip to EADB tournaments
dez 206, Dion Morris Sr. 218-211, Herman Woodard 225, Swick 148/415, Yolanda Dragotta 144/408, Sol Karnovitz
from Ontario, George Halas placed 3rd in scratch with 688 and
Curtis Seale 206, Ken Seiple Sr. 201, Roosevelt Lewis 211, 151.
John Taylor, NY took handicap 3rd place with his 730.
Bobby Collins 239, Joe Erwin 214, B.J. 203-245, Ivory Herd Breakfast Club: Charlene Gaffney 177/491, Gerry Jarvis
216-201, Fred Faniel 214-223, Rollie DeGuzman 210, Wil Moran-Morris Duo Wins Doubles 157/417, Donna Klein 145/416, Christine Stark 145/367,
Panton 209, Gene Skulick 208, Fidel Usi 212, Pat Kinard With 1339 But 2nd In Handicap Lois Altman 136/361.
211, Doug Johnson 212, Al Ortiz 215, Dominic Antonio 214, The champs Overrated Bowlers’ duo of Kevin Moran and James Coffee and Donuts: Bernie Filosa 205/520, Elayne Klein
Terry Darling 214, Joe V. Scott 222. Harris, MD claimed another scratch title in doubles with 1339 174/461, Christine Stark 169/450, Donna Klein 449, Char-
WEDNESDAY MIXED FIVE total but with their zero handicap their 1339 in 2nd in handicap. lene Gaffney 161/445, Roz Levitt 172.
Alex Cheesman Sr. 224-178-216/618, Darren Jones 201- Moran started with 245-211 and slumped to a 171 for 628 but Pin Pals: Diana Bassi 166/433, Barbara Weissman
213-203/617, Don Ott 202-188-242/632, Shirley Owens 233- Morris came to his rescue with a 279 after games of 203-229 for 149/392, Karen Collier 169/391, Shelly Djercian 150/390,
224-197/654, Ernie Perryman 186-206-213/605, Shannon 711. Another Maryland duo of Krpata and Kevin Blanks placed J.C. Moore 388, Barbara Schwartz 139.
Santos 216-230-214/660, Tommy Stockberger 236-165- 2nd in scratch with 1314 and Billy Melvin and Randy Scott Sr. Joslyn Seniors: Sol Stein 536, John Dobson 203/515,
215/616, Mike Villarreal 210-226-268/704, Larry Bateman paired with 1294 for scratch 3rd place. Kathy George 176/487, Teri Bonato 181/445, Bob Garrick
203, Greg Mobley 207, Matt Mosley 219-200, Larry Movera The handicap doubles title went to the 1357 total of Kevin Fen- 214.
210, Jim Padgett 214, Jacoby Rudolph 203. nessy and Richard Duchat. Fennessy closed with a 238 for 576 Senior Social: Charlene Gaffney 175/489, Art Michener
CAL STARS while Duchat scored 222-203-224 for 649 and their total of 164/483, Bob Garrick 192/462, Teri Bonato 434, Sam Marion
Betty Phillips 182-190-168/540, Alice Tavarez 162-168- 1225 plus combined handicap of 132 gave them the winning total 169/428, Joel Margolis 169.
209/539, Joy Benett 160-192-146/498, Mel Leach 131- of 1357. After 2nd place Moran/Morris’1339, Rochester duo of Bowler of the Week: It’s about time to shine and gloat,
176-188/495. Taylor and Thomas Cramer took 3rd with 1335 total. and yet I still bowled a 112 on Funseekers. That’s right, Nice
FUNSTERS himself also bowled a 202 and 247 to a standing ovation of
Tua Sula 214/529, Jim Plante 255/587, Fale Sula 213- DJ Powell Wins Scratch All-Events With one this past Thursday. Thanks for the support.
240/627, Lee Theiss 268/616, Terry Binuya 501, Harold Ru- 2025, Shah Takes Handicap With 2128 Sweetness Quote of the Week: “They call it the Enter-
nyon 500, Jorge Fernandez 202/583, Art Diemert 555, David (DJ) Powell, Indianapolis tossed steady series of 674 in prize Room, man, because it’s for people who wanna
Dorothy Ruggiero 203/515, Ron Leidholdt 504, Earl Hullett team, 670 in singles and 680 in doubles for a scratch total of 2025 be beamed up to Scotty.” Pookie (Chris Rock) from
521, Pat Erwin 214-243/640, Janet Faria 505, Joe Erwin to win the scratch All-Events title. Cramer of Rochester scored the New Jack City.
229/535, Willie Young 540, Josh Hudson 203-205/584, Ed- only other scratch 2000, with his 2007 for 2nd place and Morris
ABTA Rooms Due For
ward Buhay 544, Edwin Brown 234/580, Tom Spencer 513, had 1994 total for 3rd place.
Ken Seiple Sr. 545, Myrtle Chambers 512, James Kennard The handicap All-Events title went to New Jersey’s Dharmesh
521, B.J. Theiss 207-226/598, Tom Hazard 500. Shah who rolled way over his 164 average with 629 in team, 621
BIG BEAR in singles and 590 in doubles for his best 1840 score plus his 288
Las Vegas Event Saturday
Eric Snow 210-245-222/677, Curt Soares 210-246- handicap for 2128 total. Canadian Halas hit 1977 scratch plus 63
214/670, Chaz Gaither 238-201-228/667, Emmerson Wafer handicap for 2040 total to place 2nd and Powell’s 2025 with zero
211-216-227/654, Donald Franklin 225-215-214/654, Ken handicap placed him in 3rd.
Shearren 215-227-189/631, Sonny Dew 215-216-204/635,
Sid Nakagawa 232-171-224/627, Ron Corona Jr. 233-161-
Halas Takes Both Scratch and Handicap
223/617, Harold Dubose 224-183-206/613, Jimmy Hamilton Singles/Doubles Combo LAS VEGAS—The rooms for the ABTA’s Annual Las Vegas
204-243-165/612, Matt Mosley 203-189-216/608, Kerry Like GLDBA, EADB has the popular extra optional scratch Event are due this Saturday June13.
Roberts 241-173-194/608, Caroline Head 222-237-190/649, and handicap singles/doubles combo event and Canadian George You may pay them at our One Day Event at Oak Tree Lanes in
Dawn Langer 195-181-187/563, Naimah Williams 182- Halas won both events with his scratch 688 in singles and 676 Diamond Bar, which is Saturday, or mail them or call with Credit
172-199/553, Allisen Sutton 170-192-189/551, Dee Phipps in doubles for 1364 total plus 42 handicap 1406 total. DJ Powell Cards for reservations. You may also post date a Check or Credit
184-170-195/549, Betty McDiarmid 191-166-187/544, placed 2nd in scratch with his 1351 and Kevin Blanks 3rd with card for reserving your room if you like.
Morag Knapp 165-165-202/532, Peggie Nakagawa 152- his 1342. With Halas’ 1406 taking first in handicap, Shah took 2nd The Annual South Point Open is July 2-3-4-5. Thurs eve Fri-
172-189/513, Becky Simpson 184-162-159/505. with his 1403 and John Taylor 3rd with his 1373. day Saturday with Sunday Finals Event. For fairness each day is
a Separate Qualifying Day taking 1 in 5 1/2 entrants to the Semi
GRANDMAS & GRANDPAS
Willie Burkhalter 590, Dee Phipps 509, Walter Millsap
Krpata Wins Senior Team/ Finals on Sunday at 12:30 PM.
225/611, Al Williams 237-223/651, Billy Williams 224-215- Singles Combo With 1417 As usual Men and Women qualify separately. There is a
206/645, Al Romero 207/510, Walter Gist 527, Lee Theiss Again, EADB has another event for its senior bowlers, the team/ $7,500 Minimum Guaranteed 1st Place and up to $12,000 First
203/531, Vancie Keith 544, Pat Kinard 204-249-234/687, singles combo event which combines team series with singles Place can be won with full Bonuses and Cash-N-Carry Guaran-
Chuck Patterson 245/593, Wendell Ledbetter 528, B.J. series. A deaf senior citizen with 210 average Daniel Krpata, MD teed with no Minimum Entries.
Theiss 204-216/553, Donald Jones 208-209-258/675, Vern won this event easily with more than 200 pins ahead of 2nd place There may be more rooms available next week and will be
Willey 535, Gene Hammon 508, Jim Young 529, Al Ortiz Michael Jasko of Ohio. Krpata combined his 684 in team with his sold to first come first served.
222/603, Chuck Ashton 204/560, John Welty 200-227/574, 733 in singles for the top 1417 total. Jasko had 1205 total while For further Info Contact the ABTA at 562-868-7164 Cell
Pat Erwin 514, Joe Erwin 565, Ralph Wingert 214/582. Terrance Wingert, NC had 1195 for 3rd. 562-228-3960 or www.abta1.com.
June 11, 2009 BOWLING NEWS Page 7
NEW TO THE EBONITE INVITATIONAL THIS SEASON…
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Based on 32 entrants, the sweeper payouts will be $5760 in pots alone. The sweeper payouts will in-
clude the winners of each game, the three highest scores for series, as well as bonus money for the top
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Win 2 Super Pots all season and be even… the rest is profit, and that is before you even get to sweeps.
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Call Mike Cammarata at Del Rio Lanes for information. (562) 927-3351.
Page 8 BOWLING NEWS June 11, 2009
Brian Yamanoha Wins ABT
Championship at Westminster
WESTMINSTER—Brian thank PV Bowl for allowing (good for a free entry). There
Yamanoha won the Amateur him to practice on Sunday, were no winners. The Mystery
Bowlers Tour (ABT) champi- and Paul Passarino for giving Pot is available to all members 11th Annual
onship at Westminster Lanes him a book by John Jowdy on and costs only $5.
on Saturday, June 6, 2009.
Brian qualified bowled in the
bowling execution. Brian also
wanted to thank Westminster
The ABT staff and mem-
bership would like to thank the
Reno Jr/Adult Invitational
6PM squad and qualified for Lanes for hosting the tourna- management and staff at West- Friday, July 31, Saturday, August 1, and Sunday, August 2, 2009
the beat-the-board finals with ment and the ABT Directors minster Lanes for hosting our
a 663. After the semi-finals and Staff for running an out- tournament. Our next sched- USBC CERTIFIED
were completed, Brian came standing tournament. uled event will be June 13, **OVER $175,000.00 PAID OUT IN SCHOLARSHIPS SINCE 1999!**
out on top with a +50. Bob Arnie Schroeder was the 2009 at Cal Bowl. This will be 3 Game Team Format & 3 Game Doubles Format
Odom came in second and re- winner of the Senior Sweeper a three-game beat-the-board
ceived a check for 435. Rich with a 685. Bob Odom was tournament with squad times at DOUBLES DIVISIONS: ENTRY FEE:
Weatherall came in second and the winner of the 2-Game 1, 2:30, 4, 5:30 and 7PM. The
received a check for $100. Sweeper with a 505. address for Cal Bowl is 2500 JR OPEN: 380 And Over Scratch $15.00 Lineage
Our newest champion, The Mystery Game Pot E. Carson Street in the city GOLD -A- Division: 340-379 Handicap 9.00 Prize Fund
Brian Yamanoha, is an envi- game and score were drawn of Lakewood. Their phone QUALIFIER -B- Division: 339 and Under Handicap 6.00 Expense
ronmental technician for L3 after our final squad. Game number is 562.421.8448. First $30.00 Per Team ADULT
Communications. Brian has #1 was the game drawn. The place with 100 entries and full AND
been bowling for about 5 years first chance score of 252 (good progressive will be $1800. TEAM DIVISIONS: ENTRY FEE: YOUTH
and does his league bowling at for $400) was drawn; the sec- The entry fee for this tourna- BRACKETS
OPEN: 760 And Over Scratch $30.00 Lineage
Palos Verde Bowl. Brian was ond chance score (good for ment is $58 for the first entry,
using a Big Bully drilled by $200) was 209; third chance $53 for all re-entries. -A- Division: 676-759 Handicap 24.00 Prize Fund
Art Jackson for the win this score (good for $100) was 120 We hope to see you Satur- -B- Division: 675 and Under Handicap 6.00 Expense
weekend. Brian wanted to and 229 was the fourth chance day at Cal Bowl! $60.00 Per Team
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Monday, June 22, 2009
**Optional practice session Friday July 31 from 12:00-6:00**
Rooms available at Silver Legacy (800) 687-8733, $89.00 per night
Refer to the “Reno Jr-Adult Invitational – group code TTRENO9” for bowlers rate
Rooms must be reserved prior to June 30, 2009
Please note – Marchouts will only be done on certain squads – See
ABT at Westminster (L—R) Back: Dwaine Streater, front row: Daryl Brandt, Franklin Ragg, entry forms for designated marchout squad
Rich Weatherall, Brian Yamanoha, Nathaniel Beal and Bob Odom
continued from page 1
Jon Brandon was close in strikes with 279. Charles Zelaya was
highest over-all on games of 185-178-244-227and 209.
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said Tom Elsen, vice president call out the on-pack FREE dent of sales and activation for sign-in table at Forest Lanes for
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by A.A. Turtle Presents
Thank you bowlers for coming
Men’s Doubles Scratch Tournament
out and supporting the association
this past weekend. Everybody had
a great time. The winners for the
Youth $30 Scholarship 1st Place @
Jason Meister, 2nd Place $15
Scholarship Andrew Milligan. Bowlium Lanes
Women 1st Place $40 Stephanie 4666 E. Holt Blvd. Montclair, CA 91763
Loucks, Men 1st Place $40 Roscoe
Nix, 2nd Place $35 Dallas Perkins,
3rd Place $25 Bill Loucks & 4th
Place $20 Barry Johnson. Our Lot-
tery Hat was won by Denna and
the Opportunity Drawing winning
Saturday June 13, 2009
$49 was Stephanie Loucks who
donated back $5. Hope to see ev-
erybody AND MORE back at our
next fund raiser tournament Au-
$1,000 First Place
gust 30, 2009. Watch for flyers.
We also have a BIG YARD
SALE COMING UP ON JULY 11
& 12, 2009. It will be held in La
Verne, so watch for the informa- (Prize Fund Based On 50 Teams)
tion coming out soon. Come sup-
port us! Break Down
Some of our upcoming tourna- $80 Entry
ments. “Fund Raiser for Diabetes”
July 26, 2009, “Mixed Doubles” * One Day Event Only!! -$15 Lineage
tournament that will be held at Oak
Tree Lanes September 27, 2009,
*Multiple Payouts Based on Entries = $ 57 Prize Fund
Fund Raiser for “Bowl for the *Brackets, Singles and Doubles Side Pot Optional
Cure” October 4, 2009. We will be *Cash In Only Once With Same Partner
starting our annual BVL (Bowl for
the Veterans Legions) collection
* No Team max
starting in October, finishing up * 1:6 Cash Ratio 10am Early Bird Special
in November, with the tournament High Team Series Will
on November 15, 2009. Keep an
eye open for flyers on all of these Receive $100 Guaranteed
events and check our website.
Don’t forget to talk to your
Bowling Center managers and
urge them to submit their bids
to host our tournaments. These
$40 ENTRY/$80 TEAM
events are for you, the bowlers, we
would love to have a tournament
$35 Re-Entry/$70 Team Re-Entry
at each center.
Plan on coming out to show
your support for our San Gabriel
Valley USBC Association Man-
Squad Times: 10 am, 12 noon and 2:30pm
Same Day Payout
ager Linda Johnson who will be
inducted into the California USBC
Hall of Fame during the State
Convention on Sunday June 14,
2009, at Riverside Marriott 3400 Direction: 10 East for 41 miles exit Central Ave make a right, to Holt Blvd make a right.
Market St, Riverside 92501
Estimate time 53 minutes.
Go on www.bowl.com to see
what is happening in our bowling
Until the next time, keep bowl- Contact: Brandon Holden 323-348-7419 BruceWilliams 562-277-5575
ing and having fun. Learn more
about the association by going to
our website: SanGabrielValley- www.slanginrocks.com
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June 11, 2009 BOWLING NEWS Page 11
2009 California USBC Youth Youths are Invited
to Attend the
Pepsi Championships Awards California Youth
$70,000 in Scholarships! Meeting in Riverside
aged 14-20 are invited to at-
tend the California Youth
Leaders Association (CYLA)
meeting to be held at the Riv-
erside Marriott, 3400 Market
St, Riverside, CA 92501, (951)
Make new friends and get
involved with the operational
side of bowling! Don’t agree
with something USBC has
passed? This is your venue
to see what you can do about
it! Come and see what it’s all
about!! The meeting start time
is 5:45pm and a Mystery Dou-
bles Tournament will immedi-
ately follow at AMF Riverside
Lanes, 10781 Indiana Ave,
Riverside, CA 92503, (951)
353-2695. The tournament
Tyler Duncan, Alex Greiner, Nicole Tweedy and Amanda Fry will start at 7:15pm, the cost is
– BNN Interview –
We are proud to be award- travel stipend along with their picture sales directly to the $10 per person and it is open
ing $70,000 in scholarships! state scholarship. And who scholarship fund. Their sup- to both adults and youths. We
A full listing of results can be are those four bowlers? They port is a direct result of how hope to you there!
downloaded online at www. are Tyler Duncan (Boys Hdcp- we can raise so much money
The 2009 Pepsi Champion-
ships finished with the State
Kentwig Lanes); Alex Greiner
(Boys Scratch-Albany Lanes)
Nicole Tweedy (Girls Hdcp-
in this great event. Please help
us to thank them by patroniz-
ing their businesses.
Finals being held this past May Regency Lanes); & Amanda NORWALK—Hello from
2-3 at Classic Bowl in Daly Fry (Girls Scratch-Fireside Thanks to all of the District Keystone Lanes. Its that time Submitted by Jim Goodwin
PART 1I — Tell us about the experience of winning the
City. The District Finals were Lanes). Alex and Amanda will Directors for their hard work again to report the really top USBC Singles.
held this past March at eight be joined with Chris Valenzu- in running the District Finals scores the jrs did today. You know what, Jim – I can’t put it in words. I’ll never forget
different locations over two ela (Mission Hills) and Ashley this year and to all of those Lets start with the BUM- a quote of Pat Costello when I won the 1986 U S Open. She said,
different weekends. A total of Ajimura (Cloverleaf Bowl) to that helped them. Also tre- PERS: Ashely Garcia 70 avg “It will be a little while before you realize what you have actu-
1,320 bowlers participated attend the Jr. Gold National mendous thanks to the District bowled 93-79, Carlos Morales ally done.” I’m now three years past winning that 2006 event,
in the 11-Under Division and Finals. Tyler earned the largest Finals hosting centers and to 59 avg bowled a 73-60, Kevin and I’ve been down to Cashman Center in Las Vegas a few times
2,380 participated in the 12-up scholarship award of $3,700 Classic Bowl for their superb Estrada 84 avg bowled a 90- this year, and I always think like ‘Wow, I have an Eagle in this
Divisions (3,682 total). Thank for his first place finish in the hospitality! District Directors 94, And Angel Cordero along historic tournament.’ I just can’t believe it happened. And it hap-
you to the 2009 hosting cen- 12-up Boys Handicap divi- will also be contacting past with Kevin were top scor- pened on a weekend that came after I had not bowled for three
months because I had been caring for my father, who had just lost
ters: Tall Pines Entertainment, sion. Pepsi participating centers ers with a 94. Good bowling his battle with cancer. I hardly got dressed or left the house for
Paradise; AMF Mardi Gras, We are extremely thank- soon in regards to hosting this Bumpers. three months after we lost him. I flew to Corpus Christie on the
Sacramento; Diablo Bowl, ful for our many sponsors this event for 2010. We need to On to the PREPS: Attessa day he was cremated.
Concord; Yosemite, Modesto; year. For the 9th year in a row, have centers in place by July, Agnew 90 avg bowled 92- We all know how close you were to your dad – will your
Buena Lanes, Ventura; Empire BowlersParadise.com/Elite- so if you are interested, please 105-94,David Howard 101 thoughts be of him when you accept your Hall of Fame
Bowl, Redlands; Cal Bowl, bowling.com has provided let them know. All scholarship avg bowled 125-123-123, Ja- plaque?
Lakewood; and Admiral Rob- bowling bags for each of our award recipients were mailed mil Hayes 84 avg bowled a Absolutely. And my mother. My mother was one of the great-
inson, San Diego. district and state raffles. We a scholarship packet. All funds 84-88-111, Jess Thomas 71 est ever, and it’s been so many years- she passed away in 1992. .
The State Finals were held received bowling balls from are held with SMART so be avg bowled 79-87-100, David .so many people didn’t really get to see her true colors. She was
just an angel. As the years went by, due to the circumstances, my
at Classic Bowl in Daly City Pinpoint Bowling Concepts sure to contact them immedi- Serrano 79 avg bowled 95- father and my sister Blair and I really got to know each other.
on May 2-3. We had 410 bowl- (located inside AMF Beverly ately if you do not receive con- 96-83, Kalani Ani was on fire We were all we had, and my father was just a great man. One of
ers travel from across the state Bowl-Montebello), Cham- firmation of your funds. with a 90 avg bowled a 165- the saddest things I’m facing in this whole Hall of Fame process
to attend. There was a change pions Bowling & Embroi- Congratulations again to 99-137, Mayah Perez 42 avg is not having them here with me. But nothing was left unsaid. I
this year in that there is no lon- dery (located inside Fountain our four champions: Tyler, bowled a 61-52-55, and David know that he wanted to be with me and stick out his chest and be
ger a Pepsi National Finals for Bowl-Fountain Valley), The Alex, Nicole and Amanda and Schneider 102 avg bowled a proud and involved, but it just didn’t work out that way. When
the Handicap division bowlers. Bowlers Alley (located inside to all of the scholarship win- 109-156-104, Top scoreer in I got the call from president Boje, I cried. I cried for a week. I
Instead we are sending the top Buena Lanes-Ventura), Todd’s ners! Thanks again to every- the preps goes to Joshua Prick- didn’t want to be a part of the ceremony. I was more sad than
four Scratch Division finalists Pro Shop (located inside AMF one for supporting the largest ett with a nice 166 and a 143 happy, but since January, I now see it in a different light. Now, I
am very excited, and very happy, and very honored to be here.
(2 boys/2 girls) to attend the Mardi Gras Lanes-Sacramen- scholarship tournament in Cal- good job Joshua. Now, you have entered the politics of bowling as a new
Jr. Gold National Finals in In- to) and RotoGrip. Digital ifornia. Remember, the BEST Moving up to our MI- member of the USBC Board of Directors. How hard is poli-
dianapolis, IN this July. Those Team Photography also donat- BOWLERS COME FROM NORS, We didn`t have any- tics compared to bowling?
four bowlers will also receive a ed a portion of the State Finals CALIFORNIA! one beating there average all 3 Bowling is still harder. Politics is simply doing what you be-
games but we have some nice lieve in; and maybe understanding why other people do things,
games to report,SArah Sch- and maybe changing your mind, or not changing your mind.
neider 179-180, Ariel Estrada Bowling is far more difficult than that. I’m excited about it, be-
141, Matthew Estrada 163, cause it is a whole other avenue of bowling for me, and some-
thing else I can do without throwing a ball.
Top scored goes to John Guay-
We remember that you were usually very outspoken when
dacan with a nice 197. it came to politics in the PWBA – will that carry over to
On to the MAJORS: Alex USBC?
Mochizuki 153 avg bowled I had my opinions, and like a lot of people, I think I’ve gotten
158-178-166, Kory Plantier more opinionated as I’ve gotten older. I just have such love for
138 avg bowled a 154-150- the sport of bowling. If I can do anything to help the sport, I will
143, Ashley Nice game to love being a part of it.
Adam Rhodes with a 214, 244 For some of us, it seems like yesterday that you won the
David Sanchez with a 201 Top US Open at age 18, and now at 41, you are still young enough
scorer for the Majors is Jona- that you have many years to add to your career in bowling –
does it seem that way to you as well?
than Huff with a nice 257. I’m Hopeful. Some days, I feel a little older, but there are days
Good bowling to all our when I can hardly believe I’m not still 18 and that so many years
JRS. have gone by. Some days, I wake up with joints aching, and I
know how many years it has been.
Sat day, June 27th
Are you still hopeful that a real Women’s Pro Tour will
I can’t have anything but hope. I’m biased. I only know one
type of tour. I only know one type of format. I only believe one
way – so I’m biased. I believe the way we did it with the multiple
games and the lane conditions – bowling the U S Open on A, B,
Check-In at 12:30pm, Bowl at 1pm and C squad without ever running the lanes is the way to go. I
don’t think we need to bowl on fresh oil every time we bowl. I
don’t think we need to allow people to get lucky to win a match to
advance. I think the best bowler in any given tournament should
Canoga Park Jrs. win. That is not happening under the formats that are being done
WINNETKA — Welcome to all the now.
junior bowlers who just completed
week 1 in their Summer Leagues
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard told us she does not consider the
here at Canoga Park Bowl. Let’s PBA Women’s Series titles equal to her PWBA and LPBT
see how they did. Tour titles – do you feel the same?
BUMPER THUMPERS: Phillip Absolutely I do – not even close. I asked Jim Dressel recently
Kaufman 102/192, Stevan Martinez what the writers thought. Do I have 20 or 21 pro titles? As an
93/176, Devyn Thompson 85/155.
For More Information or To Sign-Up Ca Mary Lou JUNIOR ROYALS:Samantha Mey- example, I watched Liz Johnson win her first U S Open title in
ers 219/546, Drew Stern 202/500, Indy grinding it out for 56 games morning, noon, and night; and
Allen Minot 202/491, Keith Nelson then I watched her bowl 14 games and about five more on TV to
180/478, Justin Pluchino 161/443, win the same thing. They just don’t compare – but the record says
John Nelson 165/409, Julia Frias she has two U S Open titles. But one is far more significant in my
171/440, Alina Medina 168/410,
Bertha Rose 148/362, Analynne eyes than the other. One was on a format that I have a hard time
Wallace 91/260. giving any credibility to. I believe in change, but I think there can
Everyone have a fun time bowling be change that is a lot different that could still keep the integrity
here at Canoga Park Bowl. of a professional title.
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200-249/611, Jess Meno 226-222/606, Dennis Potter 200-
255/606, Bill Cole 243/600.
Linbrook Bowling Center Double Daters: John Conway 278-219-208/705, Kevin
Smith 247-232-215/694, E.J. Rogers 200-224/623, Lorenzo
Martinez 222-207/622, Shawn Oslund 236-204/605, Debbie park Bowl
201 S. Brookhurst • Anaheim • (714) 774-2253
Baker 205, Kim Gardner 202. 20122 Vanowen St. • Winnetka, CA 91306
Gamblers Anonymous: Hong Kha 214-237-237/688, 818-340-5190 • FAX: 818-883-1202 • OPEN 24 HOURS
Jerry Lao 201-236/632, Calvin Macaraeg 208-223/617, www.canogaparkbowl.com
ANAHEIM — You guessed it right. It’s time for our weekly Robert Bloom 234-216, Steve Brockway 214. E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
(6-02-09 thru 6-08-09) report of high scores from Linbrook Senior No-Tap: 43 entries @ $10=$430. 43 lineage @
Bowling Center. $5.25=$225.75. 43 prize fund @ $4.75=$204.25. 42 3-6-9 @ WINNETKA — Hi. We hope everyone had a nice week.
Santa Gals and Guys: Al Atkinson 230-258/671, Carl $1=$42. Place Money—1st Tony Chaco 819 $38, 2nd Romy The weather was different, where we had a little bit of ev-
Adinolfi 228-216/641, Trevor Clemmons 203-214/615, Jairo Villalobos 810 $30, 3rd Frank Jeo 803 $23, 4th John Free- erything from thunder and lightning to hail and then rain or
Chiriboga 223/613, Tony Chaco 236/607. man 796 $17, 5th Paul Oh 789 $12, 6th Don Gardner 784 in some areas just sprinkles. It kept the weather on the cool
Lunch Bunch: Walter Michalski 213, Mike Hardy 205, $9. Sidepots—1st game hdcp.: 1st Jim Ellis 327 $10, 2nd side, a taste of “June Gloom”.
John Occhipinti 204. Paul Oh 303 $8, 3rd Frank Jeo 301 $5.50. 2nd game scr.: Let’s see who made the honor roll for this week here at
Swinging Trios: Will Watanabe 200-210. 1st Tony Chaco 300 $12, 2nd Romy Villalobos 277 $9, 3rd Canoga Park Bowl.
Ten PIns: Dick McKenzie 248-228-237/713, Tony Toliver Don Gardner 265 $7.25. 3rd game hdcp.: 1st Janine Ditch Phil-Am: Mike King 244/675, Ben Felipe 235/647, Socorro
201-215-228/688, John Magill Jr. 224-223/636, Josh Boi- 290 $10, 2nd Romy Villalobos 289 $8, 3rd Dick McKenzie King 191/503, Raul Ventenilla 234.
soneau 244-206/621, John Magill Sr. 223, Tammy Quental 285 $5.50. 3-6-9 Carryover Amount: $153. Added: $42. Dodger Bowling Club: Aaron Steinberg 222/601, Cherryl
220, Kay McKenzie 202. Winner: Tony Chaco $195. Greene 134/377, Travis Greene 241, Michael Djajich 208.
Vegas Nonsense: Jim Johnstone 240/632, Steven That’s all for now. Viva Las Vegas: Stephen Mendez 247/706, Mike Mineros
Branch 209-212, Dale Cooper 207, Michael Byrd 202, Ron 254/681, Jude Niles 226/650, Steve Clebanoff 289/647,
Ware 202, Christina Boyd 202.
O.C. Korean League: Kwang Yeol Lee 205-233- Munoz Means Business - Steals the Jared Goldschen 236/641, Jeanette Griffin 185/462.
River Maniacs: Robert Battle 259/710, Sobeck Banuelos
“Crown” in Rocky Marsh Doubles
216/644. 249/705, Robert Joseph 689, Ray Stoy 257/686, Johnnie
3’s Company: Marie Parmalee 214, Penny Nordyke 204, Englehart 256/685, Monise Kelly 208/559, Sharon Weger
Karen Bagnall 202. 538, Lindsay Banuelos 528, Jennifer Pyka 200/513, Vicky
R.C.R.C.: Lou Cruz 258-204-218/680, Kay Ladbury by Joy McGregor Colburn 510, Mario Jordan 267, Barry Simon 249.
208. ANAHEIM—Chris Munoz missed the first 2 weeks due to Comedians: Larry Feinberg 299/743, Justin Archer
Executive Doubles: Jason Watts 266-203/663, Tony illness but,I THINK he’s recovered nicely ... He stroked games 266/692, Mark May 278/690, Ray Stoy 680, Scott Crawford
Banks 234-207-221/662, A.J. Lombardo 247-204/615, Stan of 213-279-278 for 770 and added 191 to post a 961 high series 242/654, Sharon Weger 210/560, Mary Becker 200/533,
Evans 200-203-202/606, Steve Sparks 208-203/603, Lisa for the day. Welcome back Chris - WOW! Rick Brieske 236.
Somma 204-216/600. Carl Adinolfi, bowling oh-so-well as of late, tossed 226-244 Tuesday Pick-A-Ball/Nascar Doubles (4-games): Allan
Jacks & Jills: Jerry Lao 214-201-216/631, Marc Tagao and 253 for 723 and added 208 to register a fine 931. Nice bowl- Nathan 255/805, Marsha Williams 203/766, Linda Mannheim
250/624, Fred Ringor 237-213/621, Robert Bloom 245- ing Carl! 704, Nancy Cottrell 700, Greg Husby 239, Steven Yates 224,
201/619, Ben Gomez 226, Sophia Kim 212/603, Leeane Kid “300” Rogers’ Crown slipped just a little this morning on Darren Hernandez 222, Chuck Potter 221.
Reser 207. his games of 218-199-236-252 to score an even 900. League of Our Own: Michael Campos 220/619, Rachel
Angels/Dodgers (No-Tap): E.J. Rogers 295-231- E.J. currently holds high game, high series AND, high aver- Tan 186/456, Louie Ulanday 245, Jay Lagmay 215, Chris
287/813, Izzy Garcia 287-256-252/795, Randy Seifman 244- age so, not to worry. Who will grab the “Crown” next week? Abejuela 205, Mark Lopez 203.
247-240/731, Todd Smith 254-224-241/719, Alex Nocum More HOT scores: Hong Kha 267-884, Larry 7-10 Green PBA Experience Singles (4-games): Week 2—John
242-206-256/704, Kim Gardner 212, Kimberly Allman 211. 247-854, Frank Bellinder 235-850. Ron Marcus 227-847, Or- Englehart 243-229-213-205/890, Stephen Mendez 215-
Bowl Sa Mo: Glen Kim 223-254/664, Henry Kim 204- lando Vanegas 246-837,Tim Blough 237-834, Gino Vassallo 200, Tiffany Morita 218/738. BOYS—Matt Jones 233-227-
236/633, Hyun Park 247/607, Donghoon Choi 204-201- 268-829, Al Lara 233-829, Dan Baker 224-824, Frank DiCrisi 223/881. Week 3—John Englehart 247-237-214-205/903,
201/606, Sangchul Won 247, Sophia Kim 201, Joyce Kim 237-824, Anderson Alcaraz 224-822, Ed Signorino 221-815, Ma- Dave Schaffer 231-224/801, Chris Williams 210-200/800,
200. rie Barbush 257-811, Tony Chaco 233-805, Rose Williams 226- Kvaun Sanchulo 228-204, Larry Friedman 206-202, Stephen
Golden Nuggets: Ro Mutzenberger 216-222/629. 804,Bo Vrabel 224-803, Mike Caballero 212-803, Ron Douglass Mendez 206, Larry Steinberg 204-200. BOYS—Matt Jones
Go For 9: Lloyd Carter 216-277-233/716, Jesse Contreras 245-801, Kantral Williams 242-800, Dick McKenzie 259, Janine 238-208-178/774.
210-245-244/699, Ron Corona Sr.. 220-234-234/688, Gino Ditch 238, Ed Hermance 237, Jerry Knight 235, Janet Anderson B’nai Brith Classic: George Lippert 257/696, John Mc-
Vassallo 207-288/683, Carl Adinolfi 234-203-233/670, Joyce 233, Rodger Morris 232, Johnny Munson 226, Rey Ortiz 226, Comb 236/677, Thomas Flynn 233/667, Jay Davies 649,
Short 240, Margot Church 225-213, Carol Johnson 225, Shawn St. Andre 224, Jerry Roddam 221, Rich Heid 221, Kyle Mark Fienberg 621, Hank Solny 243, Roman Agiert 237.
Patty Rick 219, Diane Johnson 214. Osterman 219, Rod Cantrell 216, Tom Horton 215, John Loker Thursday Pick-A-Ball/Nascar Doubles (4-games):
Party Timers: Miguel Rosales 213-286/698, Joe San- 215, Willy Bordenave 214, Glori Ferrulli 214, Aly Johns 212, Aaron Steinberg 255/950, Ashley Adams 202/667, Greg
genito 218-217-213/648, Kevin Arline 210-225/630, Byron Juan Sandoval 211, Dahana Klerer 210, Tony Angulo 209, Shig Welch 244, Tim Irvin 224, Peter Thibodeaux 216, Deuce
Reich 225/626, Robert Thompson 222-223, Sophia Kim 212, Shozi 204, Fred Voysey 204, Melissa Fan 203, Don Gut-omen Jaisch 211.
Rayleen Commissaris 200. 202 and Alan Bloom 202. Party Animals: Elizabeth Fonvergne 258/753, Michael
Anaheim Nisei: Bob Mendoza 244-234-221/699, Vince Please think good thoughts for Terry Brent (my partner) for Fonvergne 266/718, Jack Getzlaff 279/705, William Evans
Okada 247-246/677, Yuki Tomono 203-222-225/650, Hach a speedy recovery from some badly strained muscels ouch, and 655, Jude Niles 238/641, Louis Fonvergne 266/620, Dan
Murata 233, Don Ellsworth 230, Sheri Kawaguchi 222. will be sidelined for some time -- miss you bowling Terry! Onestinghel 247, John Ritchie Jr. 227.
525 Ladies Classic: Lynda Burge 209, Nancy Smith Thank you to Aly Johns and Rodger Morris for stepping up Vegas 4 Fun: Congratulations to our champs, Team #4,
204. to the plate to fill our Team #26 vacancy. The league certainly “I Don’t Care”, Hazel Lewis, Joe Schick and Ivan Lewis. Jun
Nikkei: Gil Barcoma 221-202-226/659, Herb Mihara appreciates you and “Welcomne to a great, fun time!” The make- Tumacy 236/633, Joel Seguin 247/617, Robert Spengeman
219-224/635, Stan Mashita 202-200-226/628, Mano Aiau up for Week #1 is pending. 256/601, Gayle Spengeman 499, Pam Fountain 204, Matt
211-210/608, Aikoi Kiyohara 200-203/602, Betty Shimabu- Apoloigies for only a “partial” colunm of last week’s fantastic Neiswanger 225, Al Thoburn 213. Sweepers Saturday, June
kuro 202. scores ... computer problems? Until next week... 13 at Sam’s Town, Las Vegas. Good luck to everyone!
Santa Super Savers: Carl Adinolfi 237-223-224/684, SFVCC Nikkei: Stan Date 265/641, Juan Yamashiro
Rodger Morris 246-203-205/654, Tony Chaco 225-206- Gushue Generates 7 In A Row For 268/683 236/626, Yoshi Kawamura 213/600, Noriko Fukunaga
211/642, Frank DiCrisi 221, Mike Robbins 218-208, Brenda And Wilson Wondrous 681 In Linbrook Juniors 204/579, Tami Shiotani 201/548, Rumiko Nakata 512, Sho
Blankenship 223. by Stacy Rider Kadonaga 224, Kiyoshi Suruki 215, Tony Shiotani 213.
Thursday Mixed Seniors: Gino Vassallo 208. ANAHEIM — In the THURSDAY LINBROOK JUNIORS, J.D. Greenhalgh gathered
up some great scores. J.D. smashed 254-188-201 for a super 643 series. Christopher
See you next week with more exciting scores.
7-11 Vegas: Miguel Rosales 258-244-267/769, Matthew
Plust 236-215-257/708, Lenny Huber 231-221-242/694,
DeFazio and Jeff Hunt both hammered the pins for 204 games.
The JUNIOR ADULT SCRATCH DOUBLES league grew to 14 teams. Aaron Wilson is
Canoga Park Srs.
WINNETKA — You came to the right page to see who made
Robert Ragans 245-210-232/687, Jeremy Berkeley 226-225- off to a great start. This week Aaron aced scores of 243-211-227 for a superb 681. John
the honor roll in our senior leagues here at Canoga Park Bowl.
Conway crushed the pins for 225-215-237/677. Don Gut-omen glided to 224-222/639
235/686, Lisa Somma 266-238/641, Marvina Vrabel 207. and Mark McLeod marked scores of 201-246/636. Rounding out the 600 shooters were So here they are...
Grey Panthers: Ro Mutzenberger 223, Norm McLeod Jeff Hunt who hit 205-201/603 and Darrell Wilson winding 220/602. For the gals, Denise 49’ERS SENIOR TRIO: Carolyn Scherzberg 245/690, Richard
214. Duarte dazzled the pins for 204. Greenzweight 266/672, Bob Adams 247/655, Bob Stiles 276/622,
TGIF: Casey Otteson 214-235-257/706, RIck Sargent We had several new bowlers in the BUMPER BUSTERS. Kaitlyn Aguirre got off to a
fabulous start with a great 125 followed by 71. Ryan Gallant was next in line with 102-
Dale Rubin 216/618, Ed Baumgartner 609, Mary Lauer 204/593,
229-224/654, Casey Jones 252-207/653, Tim Moore 205- 121-76. Next up, R.J. Davis scoring 91-105-72. Jennifer Lewis smashed 103-89, Taylor Karen McDonald 182/541, Arlene Bonino 190/526, Doris Sim-
225-214/644, Tony Banks 206-203-200/609. Paczkowski rolled to 96-72-92, Khamron Gardner grabbed 93-90, Alan Gonzalez added mons 474, Tom Tucker 224, Helen Layfield 175.
Vegas Party: Armando Arismendy 212-255/663, Rick 78-83, Daniel Gutierrez danced to 72-82, Faith Ferrato had a fantastic 58-80, Rylee Burton FUNTIMERS: Carolyn Scherzberg 256/696, Steven Herndon
Weiland 235-253/661, George Moreno 224-236/627, Justin bowled 79, Ashley Ferrato had a fabulous 71-78, Logan Palumbo packed 58-76, Kellen 245/696, Rick Dobris 243/693, Richard Greenzweight 259/636,
Hicks hit 71-73 and Malachi Cerda sizzled 72-82. Al Reiswig 215/595, Ed Baumgartner 589, Connie Wannomae
Zuschlag 225-209/626, Tony Christensen 200-212-202/614, We had some hot, hot scores in the SATURDAY LINBROOK JUNIORS. Chris Gushue
186/542, Bertha Willard 190/499, Karen McDonald 170/465, Ellie
Pam Weiland 227-203, Monica Path 212, Val Ellis 215, Con- crushed the pins for 226, then started with 7 strikes in a row for an awesome 268 followed
Alliston 454, Wayne Chan 216, Donna Mae Brown 171.
nie Putnam 213, Josie Angeles 206. by 189 for a super 683 series. Teammate Andrew Strewart slammed 256-195-220 for a
stupendous 671 series. For the gals, Valerie Matsumoto mixed the pins for 202-216/613 39’ERS SENIOR TRIO: Carolyn Scherzberg 254/711, Al Re-
4-4 Vegas: Joe Cruz 203-238-269/710, Robert Thompson and Maddy Montano mastered the lanes for 212. Garrett Weiss whacked the pins over iswig 248/646, Larry George 233/616, Len Haydock 212/589,
234-267/699, David Peterson 246, Dale Grandinette 223, for 202. David Dumond had a terrific day with 175-183. Other great scores were rolled John Sanchez 226/586, Bob Adams 583, Lucy Tralla 189/524,
Norm Walker 222. by Michelle Matsumoto 182, Shawn McFeggan 125, Shawn Blackmon 107, Domynyc Bev Zietz 193/506, Carole Peire 501, Mary Lauer 499, Doris
Gardner 123, Matthew Mackenzie 120, Nicholas Gallant 168-159, Dani Waller 198, Austin
Family & Friends: Aaron Sanchez 257/622, Chris Meno Waller 181, Xavier Grunbaum 151, Jessica Wheaton 152, Samuel Saylor 160, David
Simmons 499, Don McCoy 211, Edie Goldberg 212, Eloise
Feiner 1`87, Brandon Hoggartt 157 and Jessie Quental 170. Valencia 193.
TGIF SENIOR TRIO:Richard Greenzweight 246/638, Bill Robb
206/576, Carolyn Scherzberg 195/567, Keith Hazard 210/484,
linBROOK BOWlinG CEnTER
Richard Alliston 188/470, Wayne Chan 166/463, Bev Zietz
189/485, Nancy Cottrell 180/468, Bernice Nixon 179/463, Crystal
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