BOWLING NOTEBOOK — Wendy Marshall of Bowl America Glen Burnie with a 592 and Chad Cornick of Forest Hill Lanes with a 771 lead the senior singles divisions of the Baltimore Association of Young America Bowling Alliance Baltimore championship tournament after the first weekend of competition at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown.
Other singles leaders include: Brian Hines, Forest Hill, 678, in Junior Boys; Cheyene Wilson, Bowl America Normandy, 606, in Junior Girls; Brad Goertz, Kings Point, 657, in Prep Boys; Mindy Soethe, Country Club Lanes, 588, in Prep Girls; Chris Thorsett, Country Club, 626, in Bantam Boys; and Heather Brown, Country Club, 583, in Bantam Girls.
In doubles: Cornick and Dave Harkins, 1,362, in Senior Boys; Mickey Jacobi and Kathy Demory, Southdale, 1,163, in Senior Girls; Brad Gauldon and Amie Bogue, Hampstead Lanes, 1,287, in Senior Mixed; Steve Austin and Fred Bulley, Forest Hill, 1,195, in Junior Boys; Soethe and Dawn Hirsch, 1,201, in Junior Girls; Jim Bryant and Kim Bryant, Bowl America Reisterstown, 1,227, in Junior Mixed; Jessica Beacraft and Sherry Rogers, Brunswick Normandy, 1,127, in Prep Girls; Frank Holly and Gerry Cohen, Kings Point, 1,231, in Prep Boys; Brown and Thorsett, 1,232, in Bantam Mixed.
In team competition: Tony Barnhart, Allen Stevens, Charles Spilker and Mike Logan, Country Club Lanes, 1,023 scratch and 2,352 handicap, in Bantam Boys; Kathleen Bush, Paula Ricci, Rebecca Baldwin and Dante Ricci, Fair Lanes Rolling Road, 1,009 scratch and 2,176 handicap in Bantam Mixed; Katinaua Simms, Herb Hardin, Gary Schaeffer and Darro Davis, Rolling Road, 1,257 scratch and 2,310 handicap in Prep Mixed; Jim Laymans, Chris Nall, Robbie Parks and Mike Hyatt, Brunswick Perry Hall, 2,485 handicap in Junior Boys; Andy Rhine, Leroy Anderson, Tony Dercola and Mike Millenbon, Brunswick Columbia, 2,203 scratch and 2,556 handicap, Senior Boys. Rhine had a 277 game and 596 set and Anderson had a 255 game and xTC 650 set.
Top individual efforts included: Tony Demory, Normandy, 223 game and 646 set; Malinda Long, Kings Point, three 171 games; Eric Merchant, Fair Lanes Timonium, 245 game and 589 set.
George Linningham, bowling in the Stardusters League at Fair Lanes Towson, rolled a 300 game.
Two Maryland women bowling in the Women's International Bowling Congress, carried 200 or better averages for the 1990-91 season.
Carol Tracey of Jessup had a 206 average and Chele Rutherford of Edgewood had a 201.
Mark Bowers of Aberdeen won $1,010 by finishing 36th in the recent Professional Bowlers Association Tournament in Rochester, N.Y.
Jim Johnson of Wilmington, Del., finished 22nd in the tournament with 8,772 pins and earned $1,500.