Perfect game highlights Industrial League action Scores of 183, 182 complete 665 series

October 21, 1990|By James H. Jackson

Ken Dunstan, bowling in the Baltimore County Industria League, rolled a 300 game Tuesday at Fair Lanes Towson.

Dunstan had a 665 series, combining games of 183 and 182 with his perfect game. Ron Young, rolling in the same league on the same night, had a 279 game.

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Erica Breadson, 11, rolling in open competition at Fair Lanes Dundalk last Sunday, bowled a 602 set, the highest score of her brief career.

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Baltimoreans James Gross and Don Patterson will be competing the $1 million Hardee's Deluxe Bowling Tournament at Sam's Town Bowling Center this week.

Each bowler paid $1,000 to enter the tournament and will be shooting for the $140,000 first prize in the six-day event that begins today. More than 800 bowlers from every state and a dozen foreign countries are entered.

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The first United States Youth Duckpin Invitational Championship will be held at Fair Lanes Westview Nov. 18 at 1 p.m.

The nation's top young duckpin bowlers -- male and female -- will participate.

Sandy Tillmann, 18, of Baltimore, who won the area Youth Duckpin Championship last summer and carries a 125 average, will meet Lauree Simpson, 19, of Falls Church, Va., who has a 124 average and has rolled a high game of 188, in the first girls semifinal match.

Kristen Hauser, 18, of Hamden, Conn., who carries a 120 average and has had a high game of 185, will bowl against Sue Bisson, 17, of Plainville, Conn., in the other girls semifinal. Bisson has a 121 average and a high game of 192.

Chuck King, 20, of Abingdon, the area boys Youth Duckpin champion who has a 124 average and has rolled a high game of 216, will meet Buddy Nichols, 19, of Brookeville, who has a 133 average and has rolled a high game of 219, in the first boys semifinal.

Two Connecticut bowlers, Luke Robustelli, 14, from Forestville, who has a 118 average and 194 high game, faces Rusty Carlson, 17, of Newington, who has a 124 average and 178 high game, in the other boys semifinal.

The tournament is being run by Frank Applestein, who has run the area Youth Duckpin Tournament for the past decade.

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The Young America Bowling Alliance will hold the Baltimore City Tournament Nov. 23-24 at Bowl America Glen Burnie. Squad times will be 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. Entry deadline is Nov. 16.

For more information, call Audrey Oates at 825-4100.

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