Meyers, Lewinski roll 1,580, take Forsythe mixed doubles

January 12, 1992|By James H. Jackson

Bonnie Meyers (779) and Ted Lewinski (801) bowled 1,580 last Sunday to win the Tommy Forsythe Duckpin Mixed Doubles Open Tournament at Fair Lanes Middlesex. The winners earned $1,000.

Debbie Schreiber (682) and Don Dove (836) finished second with 1,518 and won $500; Adele Asemenios (677) and John Schramm (836) with 1,513 earned $300 for third place; Linda Gosewisch (676) and Tony Long (836) won $100 for a fourth-place finish with 1,512; and Asemenios and Dove were fifth with 1,510 and won $75.


Perfectly charming: Chris Shaw bowled consecutive 300 games 26 strikes in row -- in the Monday Men's Handicap League at Country Club Lanes.

Shaw, who has bowled three perfect games since September in the league, finished with a 190 for a 790 series.

Five more 300 games were rolled at Country Club Lanes in the past two weeks. Bernie Kuhn (721) in the Baltimore Scratch Triples League; Ken Moltz (719) in the Chesapeake Mixed; Jim Schirmer in the Paxton Mixed; Ken Dixon in the Saturday Swingers (751) and Tim Pearson in the Starfires had perfect games.

Other top efforts included: Roy Harris, 299-255-262-2581,074 in the Baltimore Scratch Triples; Dixon rolled a 298 game and Bronson Schaliz had a 298 (705) in the Baltimore Scratch Classic League.


Ducks: High games and sets rolled in the Greenway Bowl East youth duckpin leagues included -- Pee Wee (age 3-4), Dustin Culver 78 and 126 for two-game set and Chelsea Muenze, 66 and 124. Pee Wee (5-6), Brandy Turner 90 and 156 and Michael Piorunski 103 and 171. Prep (7-9), Justin Truluck 116 game and Chris Danelosiri 206 set. Bantam (10-12) Shane Cizy 155 game, Laurie Keatts, 164 game and 378 set and Eddie Landon 372 set. Majors, Chuck King 188 and 194 games 516 and 518 for three-game sets, Karen Domanski 416 set and Shawana Laird 427 set.


He's qualified: Brian Cavey of Baltimore rolled a six-game set of an average of 238, to win a spot in the Fair Lanes Open, which will be rolled at Fair Lanes Woodlawn Feb. 16-22 and will attract the top professional

bowlers on the PBA tour.

Cavey also won $300. He rolled his high set at Fair Lanes Towson, the site of the first of five Pro Spot Qualifiers. The next will be today at Fair Lanes Ritchie in Glen Burnie and the third will be Jan. 26 at Fair Lanes University in Adelphi.

Ed Ewing of Reisterstown was second with a 237-246-262-213-245-2161,419 series and earned $275. Brian Poole of Hyattsville was third with 234-267-205-237-216-2361,395 and won $200.

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