Kendra Cameron and James Barnhart of Essex Community College were chosen National Junior College Athletic Association All-Americans. Cameron (Arundel High) averaged 199 over the two-day junior college tournament and beat Erie's Niki Miller, 2,390-2,389, to win the individual championship. Barnhart (Loch Raven High) finished fourth in the all-events category with 2,456 pins.
Pin counting: Rick Johnson and Joe Burns rolled 700 sets in the Bowlers Pro Shop League at Fair Lanes Kings Point. Johnson had 220-269-267756 and Burns rolled 237-276-220733. Other top scores included Ken Harris 279, Brian Cavey 268, Dave Gee 266, George Whitcomb 265 and Kevin McCrum 263.
Tyrone Watts and Jason Cooper had 900 sets in the Kings Point Classic League. Watts rolled 196-185-290-233904. Cooper rolled 199-248-229-224900. Cavey bowled a 283 game, and Bobby Dea rolled a 265 game.
Muff Wolfe rolled a 754 series (276, 248, 230) and David Grant was right behind with a 753 (256, 263, 234) in the Monday Night league. Bill Green had a 720 set (224, 229, 267) and Danny Curtis had a 705 (239, 199, 267). Bill Chapman rolled a 278 game.
State championship: The Maryland State Bowling Association tournament will be held May 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 22-23, 29-30 and June 6-7 at Pocomoke City. Entries close April 15. Winner of Scratch All-Events division wins entry into ABC Masters Tournament in Tulsa, Okla., in 1993.
Money winners: Glen Shipe of Owings Mills finished 14th in the recent PBA Johnny Petraglia Open at North Brunswick, N.J., with 9,598 pins. He earned $2,350.
Three other Marylanders won money in the event. Mark Bowers of Aberdeen finished 36th and won $1,085, Martin Letscher of Bel Air was 42nd and won $1,030 and Danny Wiseman of Dundalk was 49th and won $960.
Wiseman finished third and won $7,000 in the Homestead Classic and Bowers was 19th and earned $1,700. Scott Poe of Glen Burnie finished 53rd and won $390.
Basket bowling: Mike Bell of Chandler, Ariz., won a trip for two to the NCAA Final Four basketball championships in Minneapolis, with 35 pins, beating out second-place finisher John Harris of Annapolis, who had 27.
The national contest consisted of a bowler dribbling a basketball to the foul line and then rolling the ball down the alley underhanded in two frames.
Other top Maryland finishers included: Stuart Sheck of Shady Grove, 7th; Al Berge of Ritchie, 10th; Ronald Dodson of Woodlawn, Jennifer Shatto of Owings Mills and Henry Bell of Towson, tied for 23rd; and Michael Reagan of Westview and Damon Pullen of Randallstown, tied for 28th.