Four high school seniors won $1,000 scholarships offered by the Maryland Tenpin Bowling Council at Turner's Dual Lanes in Hagerstown last Sunday.
This is the 10th year that the scholarships have been offered, and money is raised by adult bowlers during a two-week fund drive throughout Maryland in October. Turner's Dual Lanes raised the highest total, more than $1,600.
Monyalo Webster of Aberdeen won the boys scratch division, rolling games of 232-222-237-192-183-201--1,267. His 237 was the high game of the finals, in which 40 bowlers competed, and his 691 three-game set was also the highest. Stephanie Lazor of Pasadena won the girls scratch division with 194-205-206-191-213-161--1,170.
In the handicap division, Dawn Burgess of Frederick, who carries a 117 average, rolled games of 156, 129, 135, 170, 165, 124, plus a 420 handicap, for a 1,299 and first place. Harry Crossland of Frostburg won the boys' scholarship with 187-176-160-143-168-122--956, plus a 390 handicap, for 1,346.
Taking second place and winning $750 scholarships were: Scratch -- Kenny Konopacki, Baltimore, 168-190-210-178-211-178--1,135, and Paula Cinelli, Pasadena, 223-145-164-167-168-188--1,055; Handicap -- Eric Johns, Baltimore, 182-190-187-187-196-175--1,117-222--1,339, and Melissa Dombkiewicz, Bowie, 102-113-110-178-155-144--802-516--1,318. Dombkiewicz has a 114 average.
* Chuck Tillman and Lee Nienajably, bowling in the Wednesda Night Triples League at Country Club Lanes, rolled 300 games. Tillman had a 1,006 four-game set and Nienajably an 881.
Mike Pitts and Luther Johnson, bowling in the Monday Night Men's Classic League, also at Country Club, rolled 298 games. ** There were 11 700 sets in the league, with Brian Lasko's 739 and Larry Detweiler's 738 the highest.
Carol Tracey, who has a 208 average, rolled a 940 four-game set in the Triples League, and Robin Whittaker (201 average) had a 917 four-game set.
* Jim Barnhart bowled a 728 set (225-267-236) in the BaltimorCounty Industrial League at Fair Lanes Towson last week. Bob Miller, competing in the same league, rolled 224-265-189--678.
In the Bowlerettes League, Barbara Poe had the high game, 258, and Joe St. Clair, bowling in the Chesapeake Men's League, rolled 244-235-183--662.
* Three bowlers from Maryland are competing in the Cambridge National Pro-Am Tournament at Bally's Lanes in Reno, Nev., this weekend.
Brenda Henckel of Easton, Herbert Morris of Chesapeake City and Stacey Gonzales of Temple Hills are among 47 male and 47 female amateurs who earned the right to compete with 24 bowlers each from the Ladies Pro Bowlers tour and men's Professional Bowlers Association tour.
Janet Young of Middletown, Del., and Scott Cecil of Seaford, Del., also are competing in the $125,000 event, which ends today.