Chris Cook won both the scratch and handicap singles titles in the Greater Baltimore Bowling Association championships held at Bowl America Glen Burnie last weeend. Cook rolled 749 to win the scratch and 782 to win the handicap.
Other champions included: team--handicap, Miss Five, 3,674. scratch, Burkholders, 3,151; doubles--handicap, Dan Shaden and Chuck Tillman and Frank Daywalt and Bill Daywalt, 1,466; scratch, Larry Detwiler and Tillman, 1,424; all-events: Handicap,
Bob Boone, 2,259. Scratch, Bruce Hollen Jr., 2,111. Hollen also wins a trip to the Master Tournament in Tulsa, Okla., in 1993.
Women's winners: Stephanie Gadreau of Glen Burnie finished and won $135 in the first Women's All-Star Association tournament of the year, the Perry Hall Open. Chris Ellison of Baltimore finished 42nd and won $63, Olivia Rice of Baltimore was 43rd and won $62 and Ronelda DeShields of Baltimore was 45th and earned $61.
Gadreau finished 13th in the Bel Air Open and won $185, Robin Smith, of Greenbelt was 25th and won $115, and Ginny Courtney Abingdon was 37th and won $60.
More women: Debbie Ponis-Kuhn won the singles and all-events scratch titles in the Baltimore Women's Bowling Association Tournament at Fair Lanes Towson. Ponis-Kuhn had 698 in singles and 1,939 in all-events.
Other winners included: team--handicap, Bowlerettes Towson (Virginia Herche, Judy Gordon, Kate Bonsall and Diane Sanders), 2,745. scratch, Starfires Woodlawn (Irma Hodge, Maria James, Leila Rice and Michele McConnell), 2,321; doubles--handicap, Theresa Martin and Diane Rose, Ritchie, 1,386. scratch, Jackie Fromm and Pat Wallis, Brunswick Crown and Patricia Schissler and Dawn Thacker, Bel Air and Perry Hall, tied, 1,219; singles--handicap, Debbie Clem, Rolling Road, 741; all-events--Handicap, Ernestine Bell, Woodlawn, 2,111.
Higher than usual: Six bowlers, led by Allen Boykin who rolled a game, had 700 sets in the Monday Night League at Fair Lanes Kings Point. Boykin rolled 216-186-300-702. Other big scorers were: David Dandridge, 247-246-244-737, Scott Holden, 258-223-255-736, Mark Johnson, 268-248-216--732, Joe Burns, 217, 247, 257-721 and John Poole, 214-224-263-701.
Guy Johnson and Mark Wicker each had a 276 game and Gary Butts and Brian Cavey had 267.
Chris Pine, bowling in the Classic League, rolled 184-195-253-246-878 and Gill Horney had 196-192-217-269-874. Wally Walbridge rolled a 267 game and 863 series.
Duckpin doings: Cathy Williams rolled the high game of the season in the Baltimore Pro Duckpin League with a 191. Linda Gisewich rolled 173, Faith Lilley had 145, and Sue Burucker had 141.
Chris Clayton, bowling in the Men's Pro Triples League had a 499 set and John DeAntonis had the high game of the Youth Classic with a 201.