All-Events victory earns Hollen trip to Corpus Christi

Bowling Notebook

April 28, 1991|By James H. Jackson

Bruce Hollen Jr. captured the All-Events crown in the recently completed Baltimore City Bowling Championships at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown.

Hollen, who had a scratch total of 2,252, earns a trip to Corpus Christi, Texas, for the American Bowling Congress Masters Tournament in 1992. Hollen also won the scratch singles title with 793.

Other winners included: Smooth Five in team scratch, 3,594; Jeff Minster and Roy Harris, scratch doubles, 1,485; Dan Cullen and Tom Russo, handicap doubles, 1,581; Jim Stanbaugh, handicap singles, 821; and John Brezzen, all-events handicap, 2,450.

Jay Palombi rolled a 300 game in the Women's International Bowling Congress tournament at Fair Lanes Towson.

Ray White, bowling in the Chesapeake Men's League, rolled 289-247-233769, and Joy Thomas, bowling in the Lively Set League, had games of 257-229-224710.


Jane Timmons of Alexandria won first place and Ada Bylsma of Odenton captured second place in the Pro Spot Qualifier at Fair Lanes University in Adelphi.

Timmons eared $125 for rolling 172-192-207-213-222-1911,197 and Bylsma took home $100 for her effort of 156-226-223-175-197-2061,183.


Danny Wiseman of Dundalk finished ninth in the recent Bowlers Professional Association United States Open in Indianapolis. Wiseman finished with 12,576 for 56 games and won $4,000.

Jeff Harding of Frederick finished 53rd in the same tournamenand earned $1,160. Rich Wolfe of Arlington, Va., took third place in the tournament and won $12,000.

Wiseman also finished 38th in the True Value Open in Peoria, Ill., and won $1,340.


Bob Radebaugh of Parkville defeated Kerry Bodmer of Ijamsville, to win the first prize of $900 in the Amateur Duckpin Tour at Fair Lanes Middlesex.

Radebaugh, 48, was fourth after qualifying and had to climb the ladder for the championship.

In the first finals match, Steve Stahler of Baltimore defeated Ray Bailey of Baltimore, 175-132, and then Radebaugh, who has been bowling for 33 years, began his title assault. He beat Stahler, 143-133; disposed of Tom Adelung of Pasadena, 158-122, and then knocked off Bodmer, who won $450, in the

title match.


The Super Six Singles Tournament will be held in conjunction with the WSBA Team Classic on weekends beginning May 17 and running through Aug. 18 at Suburban Bowlerama in York, Pa.

The top 30 teams will be eligible for the Great Auto Shootout to be held Aug. 31-Sept. 1. The winner of the Super Six Singles will get $2,000. Jeff Sharpe of York is the defending champion.

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