Southdale lanes youth is served at Young America tournament

BOWLING

March 28, 1993|By Don Vitek

The Baltimore Young America Bowling Alliance Championship Tournament results are final, and the Fair Lanes Southdale youth bowlers walked away with a pile of trophies.

Robert Burck won the Bantam Boys singles, and Colleen Anderson won the Prep Girls singles.

The Prep Boys team event was captured by The Terminators -- Timmy Frampton, James George, Scott Crawford and Chris Moore.

The Prep Girls team, Wild, consisting of Amy Shachlock, Kristen NTC Shachlock, Crystal Oliver and Amanda Jenkins, won their division.

In the Major/Senior Mixed Team division the winners, Flying High, were Seneka Blackwell, Nicole Vaden, Jessica Willis and Eric Vaden.

In the Bantam division, winners were the boys doubles team of Chuck Lenderking and Ryan Ritter, the girls doubles team of Rose Krause and Nicole Martinsen, and the mixed doubles team Megan Crum and Scott Johns.

The Prep Girls doubles winners were Deborah Paulk and Colleen Anderson.

The All Events winners from Southdale were:

* LeRoy Anderson, Bantam Boys.

* Joshua Dunkerly, Prep Boys.

* Deborah Paulk, Prep Girls.

* Melissa Mallet, Junior Girls.

LeRoy and Colleen Anderson, 9 and 10, respectively, live in Annapolis with their parents, Gerry and John Anderson. Both youngsters bowl in the YABA league at Southdale and both attend Belvedere Elementary School.

LeRoy carries a 128 average with a high game of 196, a high series of 516; Colleen has a 109 average with a high game of 156. Both are active in other sports in the Greater Arnold Recreation Council, Inc.

And this is a bowling family -- Gerry has a 139 average, John carries a 176. John coaches the Bantams in the Saturday YABA league.

Joshua Dunkerly, 11, is a sixth-grader at Chesapeake Middle School and lives in Pasadena with his parents, Denise, a 150-average bowler, and Richard Dunkerly.

Throwing an 8-pound Lazer ball, Josh is averaging 90; his high game is 151. He's busy working toward his karate black belt. He's earned his brown belt.

Deborah Paulk, 10, uses an 8-pound Rainbow ball. The fourth-grader at Sunset Elementary carries a 97 average. Her high game and series are 167 and 457, respectively.

Melissa Mallet will have a 13th birthday in May. She's in the seventh grade at Chesapeake Middle School and lives in Lake Shore with her parents, Lucien and Vicky Mallet. Vicky carries a 150 average, Lucien has a 163 average.

Missy rapidly is catching up to her parents. Using a 12-pound bowling ball that once belonged to her mother, Missy has a 112 average and a high game of 178, a high set of 400-plus.

NABI tournament

The National Amateur Bowlers, Inc. are bowling at Fair Lanes Annapolis today. First prize is guaranteed $1,000. For information: (410) 266-0700.

Police benefit tourney

The fourth annual Anne Arundel County Police FOP Lodge #70 bowling tournament will be April 12 at Bowl American Odenton. All proceeds benefit the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)program.

Teams can consist of police personnel (active and retired) and/or police civilian personnel and/or their spouses. If you want to enter a team, call Bill Daywalt at (410) 222-6894.

Big money for world records

Steve Sandusky's Riviera Bowl will be the site for a duckpin mixed doubles handicap tournament April 24-25. First prize is a guaranteed $1,000. Format is three games across lanes.

There's a new feature. Anyone who breaks either the singles game or three-game world records while bowling in the tournament will receive $5,000.

Information: (410) 255-3550 and ask for Glenna Grimes or Steve Sandusky.

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