Four bowlers earn $1,000 scholarships


December 15, 1991|By James H. Jackson

Sean Blake of Harford Lanes and James Townsend of Aberdeen Proving Ground won boys $1,000 scholarships and Ivy Parkinson of Crofton Center and Tammy Cubbage of Cumberland won girls $1,000 awards during the State Youth Scholarship Bowling Championships at Elk Lanes in Elkton last weekend.

Blake won boys scratch prize with 1,251 for six games, and Towsend took handicap honors with 1,550. Parkinson rolled 1,017 to win girls scratch, and Cubbage rolled 1,331 to win handicap.

Ed Fissel of Aberdeen was second in boys scratch with 1,178, and Brian Friuhling of Forest Hills was second in handicap with 1,400. Tina Flick of Bowl America Glen Burnie was second in scratch with 987, and Stephanie Porter, also of Bowl America Glen Burnie was second in handicap with 1,322. All second-place finishers won $750 scholarships.


The Young America Bowling Alliance will close out its Baltimore city championships today at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown.

High scores in last weekend's action included: singles -- Bantam Boys, Steve Stone, Greenway Odenton, 664; Bantam Girls, Melissa Hairsine, Fair Lanes Southdale, 603; Prep Boys, Richard Montoney, Greenway Odenton, 731; Prep Girls, Nikki Siar, Fair Lanes Southdale, 443; Junior Boys, Jason Bush, Fair Lanes Rolling Road, 544 scratch and 718 handicap.

Doubles -- Bantam Boys, Jonathan Grail and Victor Henderson, Fair Lanes Southdale, 1,097; Prep Boys, Montoney and Richard Crush, Odenton, 1,316; Prep Mixed, Carrie Rollins and Jeremy Richards, Southdale, 1,065; Major Boys, Scott Bookstie and Jason Olenick, Brunswick Perry Hall, 1,140 scratch and 1,167 handicap.

Team -- Major Mixed, Dayton Dixon, Kishi Jones, Ralph Birt and Malcolm Robinson, Fair Lanes Woodlawn, 1,849 scratch and 2,419 handicap. Dixon had a 238-212-195645 set.


William Broadus, bowling in the VIB League at Fair Lanes Towson, rolled a 299 game.


Duckpin bowlers turned in some high games and sets at Greenway Bowl East last week.

Adele Asimenios rolled a 226 game and Mike Stewart had a 227 game and 514 set. Will Tice had a 215 game and 514 set and Charlie Williams rolled a 207 game and 555 set.

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