New York, New Jersey women win local tournaments

BOWLING Notebook

April 07, 1991|By James H. Jackson

Cindy Coburn-Carroll of Buffalo, N.Y., and Joy Palombi o Pennsauken, N.J., were the winners of the Women's All-Star Association bowling tournaments held last weekend at Brunswick Perry Hall and Fair Lanes Towson.

Coburn rolled games of 226, 237, 246, 223, 275 and 205 to beat Kathy Frey by 83 pins in the Perry Hall Open. She won the top prize of $750 for winning her sixth WASA title.

Palombi knocked down 1,372 pins in the six-game finals to beat out Carol Zarr by nine pins and earn the first prize of $700 in the Towson Open.

Pat Bailey of Largo finished sixth at Perry Hall and earned $250. Other local money winners included: Chele Rutherford of Edgewood, 15th, $195; Robin Smith of Bowie, 19th, $175; Lula Chang of Columbia, 23rd, $150; Debbie Kuhn of Baltimore, 37th, $74.50; Carol Tracey of Jessup, 41st, $65; and Irma Hodge of Baltimore, 47th, $60.

Margery Cook-Bowers of Baltimore finished 13th at Fair Lanes Towson and won $175; Rutherford was 15th and won $160; Tracey was 22nd and won $117.50; and Kuhn was 30th and won $80.

* Barb Caffey won the singles handicap division of the Baltimore ++

Women's Bowling Association Championship Tournament at Bowl America Odenton with games of 192, 250 and 161, plus a 122 handicap for 725.

Carol Tracey won the singles scratch division with 213-206-247--666. Connie Hoover and Karen Quasney combined For 1,418 to win the doubles handicap title and Ada Bylsma (610) and Jean Williford (589) paired up for a 1,199 to win the doubles scratch championship.

Bylsma won the all-events scratch title with 1,836 and Heidi Jones won the all-events handicap division.

The Flying Pins, Linda Porter, Sandra Foster, Paz Koh and Pauline Rogers won the team handicap crown with a 2,758 and the Scatter Brains, Florence Cichocki, Barb Bussey, Eva Diekman and Jo Malle, won the team scratch title with 2,341.

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