Tim Moor, bowling at Harford Lanes in Aberdeen, rolled 32 of a possible 36 strikes in setting a Harford-Cecil Bowling Association record for a three-game set early last week. His scores were 297, 256 and 300 for an 853 set.
* Mike Bowers, bowling Monday in the Baltimore Scratch Classic League at Country Club Lanes, rolled games of 288, 279 and 277 for an 844 series, breaking the house record for a three-game set by 13 pins. Bowers was bowling with the Maryland Home Furnishings team, which had the high set for the night, 2,979.
Bowers, who is married to Margie Cook-Bowers, one of the top female bowlers in the area, is the brother of Mark Bowers, a
member of the Professional Bowlers Association tour.
The old record at Country Club Lanes was 831, set by Bill Plagianakos five years ago. The Maryland record is 870, bowled two years ago at Fair Lanes Towson by Ricardo Wallace. The national record is 899, set by Tom Jordan last year in Irvington, N.J.
Bowling the same night in the same league, Mark Willis had games of 256, 279 and 267 for an 802 set.
* Jim Detweiler rolled a 300 game in the Men's Classic Scratch League County Club Lanes. The perfect game was Detweiler's first, but was the fifth of the season in the league, which has also had two 800 sets in its first eight weeks.
Three days later, rolling in the Country Club Minors League, Larry Detweiler, Jim's brother, rolled the second 300 game of his career. Larry also had a 794 set.
Larry Nalls had a 300 game and an 826 set, and Cliff Conway rolled 300, also at Country Club Lanes.
* Roy Harris, Jeff Wong and George Ensor had big nights in the Tuesday Night Fairlaners League at Fair Lanes Towson. Harris rolled a 710 set with games of 244, 243 and 223; Wong rolled a 275 game; and Ensor rolled a 676 set.
Othe top scores at Towson included Lamont Morgan, 290 game and 740 set; Dave McCullough, 289 game; Ed Hall, 289; Baron Parker, 289 game and 673 set; Joe Andreone, 300 game and 759 set; and Ron Young, 676 set.
* Danny Wiseman of Baltimore, bowling in the $150,000 Toyota Classic in Richmond Heights, Mo., earned $1,020 for finishing 42nd. Wiseman has earned $79,231 on the tour this year, ranking 15th among the money-winners.
* Fair Lanes Westview in Catonsville will be the place to be for duckpin bowlers today.
The Duckpin Professional Bowlers Association will finish its Masters Tournament beginning at 9 a.m., and the United States Youth Duckpin Invitational Championship will be held at 1 p.m.
The top duckpin bowlers in the world will compete in the Masters, and the eight leading young duckpin bowlers in the nation, four male and four female, will participate in the Youth Championship. The girls semifinals will pit Kristen Hauser against Sue Bisson, both from Connecticut, and Sandy Tillman of Baltimore against Lauree Simpson of Falls Church, Va.
The boys semifinals will have Luke Robustelli bowling against Rusty Carlson, both from Connecticut, and Chuck King of
Abingdon against Buddy Nichols of Brookeville.
* Carl Cuneo, bowling coach at Essex Community College for more than two decades, has been inducted into the Greater Baltimore Bowling Association Hall of Fame.
Cuneo, a math professor at Essex, helped form the Maryland JuCo Bowling Conference and the NJCAA Bowling Coaches Association. He has led the men's team to eight Maryland titles, seven Region XX crowns and a third-place finish in the nationals in 1987. His women's teams have won nine Maryland titles, nine Region XX titles and two national titles, plus two seconds and a third.