Country Club Lanes site of 7 300 games in 2 weeks

Bowling notebook

May 19, 1991|By James H. Jackson

There were seven 300 games and two 299 efforts in the past two weeks at Country Club Lanes.

Rolling perfect games were Bill Grauling, Jerry Nowacki, Jeff Harding, Jerry Hosza, Paul Manuel, Robin Gee and Chuck Tillman. Missing perfection by one pin were Steve Berkett and Robin Whittaker. Whittaker, bowling in the Chesapeake Mixed League, also had a 744 set, and Gee, rolling the Starfires League, had a 745 set.

Irv Roswall rolled a 298 game and Mike Jeffries rolled a 297 in the Baltimore Men's Scratch Classic League, also at Country Club Lanes, and Lance Hunsinger rolled an 803 series in the Scratch Triples League.

Jeffries finished the evening with a 718 series. Steve Scott bowled a 280 games and a 734 set and Rick Morrison rolled games of 245-277-278 for an 800 series, the highest of the evening.

* The first Duckpin Professional Bowlers Association Tour stop of 1991 will be Friday through Sunday at Greenway Bowl East in Baltimore.

For more information call, the bowling center or the DPBA at 426-0427.

* The 14th Youth Duckpin Invitational Championship will be held July 7-14. First-round matches will be held at Greenway Bowl East.

The tournament, pitting the top young duckpin bowlers in the area, boys and girls, will move to Fair Lanes Prince Georges in Hyattsville July 9 and to White Oak Lanes in Silver Spring July 11.

The championship round will be held in Baltimore at a center to be determined. For more information, call Frank Applestein at 685-3800.

* Mark Bowers of Aberdeen finished seventh in the American Bowling Congress Masters Tournament at Toledo, Ohio.

Bowers, an occasional participant on the Professional Bowlers Association tour, rolled a total of 4,743, an average of 225.9, and earned $5,600.

* Rod McLean, formerly of Perry Hall, is a member of the men's team which will represent the United States Tenpin Bowling Federation in the U.S. Olympic Festival '91 in Los Angeles in July.

Sixteen men and 16 women will compete in singles, doubles, mixed doubles, four-player team and match-play events.

* Rose Beall of Baltimore has been named to the Women's International Bowling Congress nominating committee for 1992.

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