BOWLING NOTEBOOK — Joe Burns and Mark Jones, both bowling at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown in the Classic Men's League, rolled 900 sets last week.
Burns, bowling for the Lazer Printing team, had games of 204-256-249-244953 and Jones, bowling on the Wakefield Valley Golf team, rolled games of 246-221-176-278921. Other scores of note included Brian Cavey's 245-188-235-226894 and Joe Andreone's 191-225-245-220881.
Marylanders score: Four Maryland bowlers earned money in the recent Professional Bowling Association Tour's Florida Open. John Tragert of Gaithersburg finished 19th with 9,035 total pins and won $1,700.
Danny Wiseman of Dundalk was 32nd and won $1,070; Martin Letscher of Bel Air was 41st and won $975; and Mark Bowers of Aberdeen was 44th and won $950.
Wiseman also finished third and won $7,000 in the Homestead (Fla.) Classic; Bowers was 19th and won $1,700; and Scott Poe of Glen Burnie was 53rd and won $390.
Duckpin dandies: Ben McDonald, competing in the Pro Mixed Doubles League at Greenway Bowl East, rolled a 213 game and 550 set.
Mike Steinert, bowling in the Baltimore Pro League, had 183-159-184526; and Chuck King, in the Junior-Major Youth League, had 162-196-165-523.
In the Valentine's Day Youth Doubles Tournament, Cassy Bond and Shane City won the Bantam Division and Dawn Wilson and Mike Simmons won the Junior-Major Division.
Season openers: The Women's All-Star Bowling Association will begin its 21st season with tournaments next weekend at Perry Hall and Bel Air.
Saturday, the Brunswick Perry Hall Open is expected to attract a field of 100 competing for the first prize of $700. Sunday, the Bel Air Open is expected to draw a similar field.
Among the top local bowlers to compete are Margie Cook-Bowers, Debbie Kuhn, Carol Kelley, Ada Bylsma and Lisa Rand.
Non-WASA members interested in competing in either or both tournaments should call Gert Downey, tournament director, at (914) 631-6156.