Perfect game is part of 782 set by Ondecheck in Classic League

BOWLING

December 02, 1990|By James H. Jackson

Ken Ondecheck, bowling in the Men's Classic League at Country Club Lanes in Baltimore, rolled a 300 game and a 782 set. His other games were 235 and 247.

Other high scores in the league were recorded by Curt Pezzano, 299-212-209--720; John Tayman, 298-205-191--694; Carl Swanson, 185-298-207--690; Paul Manuel, 172-299-208--679; and John Lauender, 299-193-163--655.

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Ken Dunstan, rolling in the Baltimore County Industrial League at Fair Lanes Towson, was high man with a 298 game (he left the 4 and 5 pins with his final ball) and 788 series. His other games were 267 and 223.

Other high rollers included: Jim Barnhart, 279-222-246--747; Joe Barnhart, 231-212-256--699; and Joe Andreone, 229-277-182--688.

Also at Fair Lanes Towson, Greg Rich rolled a 290 game and 658 set in the VIB League; Larry Evans bowled a 772 set in the Atlantic City League; and Cindy Johnson had a 714 set and Carol Kelly a 270 game in the Ladys Classic League.

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Michelle Valentine and Mike Burch won first prize in the Towson State University Hall of Fame Bowling Tournament at the University Union lanes.

Valentine, who came from fourth place to win the women's championship, had to win a two-frame roll-off over Liina Ladon, 37-28, after the two tied in the title match, 178-178. Valentine also defeated Paulette Cheeks, 150-135, and Vernice McKee, 166-146, on the road to the championship.

Burch, who beat Bob Higgs, 187-148, in the championship match, also defeated Marlin Ballard, 171-140, and James Miele, 200-189.

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Ed Wingard had two excellent weeks in the Monday Morning Triples League at Country Club Lanes. Wingard, a 211 bowler, rolled 256-254-278--768 two weeks ago, and rolled 278-265-226--769 last week.

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Danny Wiseman of Baltimore rolled a 300 game and finished lTC 25th in the Professional Bowlers Association's $200,000 Brunswick Memorial World Open tournament Nov. 17 in Chicago.

Wiseman won $1,525 and boosted his 1990 earnings on the tour to $81,156 in 31 events,

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