Post Office League member posts 723 series at Towson Fair Lanes

January 20, 1991|By James H. Jackson

Earl Lang, bowling in the Post Office League at Fair Lanes Towson, rolled a 723 set with games of 290, 211 and 222.

Bill Deshong, competing in the Sunday Night Late Show League Country Club Lanes, rolled a 300 game.

The team of Dave Grant (219 average), Don Saine (210), Walt Servenka (212) and Don Patterson (209) had a 1,082 game and 2,851 series in the Men's Scratch Classic League at Country Club Lanes.

Danny Wiseman of Baltimore finished 42nd in the $175,000 Delco PBA Classic in Torrance, Calif., last week. Wiseman earned $1,160.

Bob Collyer of New Castle, Del., won the Pro Spot Qualifying Tournament at Fair Lanes Dundalk last Sunday. Collyer bowled games of 259, 269, 226, 209, 245 and 168 for a total of 1,376.

Collyer earned the $250 entry fee for the Fair Lanes $150,000 PBA Open, to be held Feb. 24- March 2 at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown. He also won a cash prize of $300.

Hersel Bowen of Clinton was second with 1,314 and won $275. Rich Felten of Rockville was third with 1,312 and won $200.

The next Pro Spot Qualifier will be Jan. 27 at Fair Lanes Towson.

Nate Hatfield, 19, of Auburndale, Fla., won $11,645 in the 9 or Better Winner Take All Tournament held at 91 Fair Lanes bowling centers across the nation. Hatfield had to knock down nine or more pins with one ball more times than anyone else, and he did it 22 consecutive times.

Top Maryland finishers were Ed Ewing of Timonium, Mark Thompson of Waldorf, Tony Kreiner of Southdale and Robert Taylor of Edgewood.

Adele Asimenios and Mike Steinert, both of Baltimore, won the first prize in the Tommy Forsythe Memorial Mixed Doubles Duckpin Tournament at Fair Lanes Middlesex. They combined for a five-game score of 1,619. Asimenios rolled 111-105-186-147-193--742, and Steinert bowled 166-157-179-171-204--877.

Second prize of $500 went to Pat Malthan of Baltimore and Jeff Pyles of Hyattsville, who rolled 1,577. Malthan bowled 107-131-175-139-211--763, and Pyles shot 169-166-156-156-167--814. Pyles also shared third prize of $300 with Theresa Pearson of Baltimore with 1,558. Pyles bowled 139-214-166-130-176--825, and Pearson rolled 157-153-128-160-135--733.

The 11th Fair Lanes-Ebonite Collegiate Team Bowling Championships will be held Feb. 2-3 at Fair Lanes Kings Point.

William Paterson College of Wayne, N.J., is the defending women's champion, and Penn State is the defending men's champion. A total of $5,000 in scholarships is available, with $1,200 going to each first-place team.

For more information, call Stacy Karten at (301) 788-6300.

The Gold Medal Collegiate Bowling Classic will be held Feb. at Brunswick Crown Lanes in Baltimore.

The tournament is open to all collegiate bowling teams, and $6,000 in scholarship money will be awarded. First-place teams win $1,200.

For more information, call Ron Tilley at (609) 875-4758.

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