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Heart City USBC bowling tournament wraps up second weekend

Find out who's leading in the open and women's divisions.

Posted on March 17, 2014 at 5:41 p.m.

ELKHART — Heart City USBC Bowling Association's fifth city tournament being held at Oakland Lanes started March 8 and will run through March 30 with both the open and women being contested.

The leaders after the second weekend are in the open handicap team, Knockum Down (3,041); open team scratch, Competive Edge Pro Shop (3,498); handicap doubles; John Wagner and Scott Gruver (1,289); scratch doubles, Chris Hartung and Timothy Schmidt (1,556); handicap singles; Jim Moore (734).

Other leaders include singles scratch, Timothy Schmidt (771); handicap all events, Charles Parker (1,837); scratch all events Brian Nicodemus (2,198); senior singles, Tony Ferro (821); senior all events, Timothy Roeglin (2,331).

In the women's division, which is all handicap, leaders are in team 4 Angles (2,655); doubles, Cheryl Rees and Priscills Werbianskyj (1,381); singles, Kimberly Reed (726); all events, Kimblery Reed (2,066), seniors singles, Tammy Yoder (672); seniors all events, Cheryl Reed (2,017).

Heart City USBC Tournament

(At Oakland Lanes)

Honor scores: March 15, Team — Timothy Roeglin 245-253 (723). Doubles — Scott Hoffman (659), Robert Weiland 268 (718), Craig Bowlby (649), David Rossi 246-255 (739), Seth Tucker 270 (692), Bryan Rudnicki 244, Albert Giersberg (655), Chris Dutton 245 (665), Chris Hartung 279-255-269 (803), Timothy Schmidt 299 (753), Ryan Burke (567) amd Charlie Hoogewerf (556). Singles — Albert Giersberg (558), Timothy Schmidt 299-252 (771), Dan Hoffman (698), Rick Masten (651), Robert Reed (677) and Griffen Greman (647).

March 16, Team — Bryan Rudnicki (681), Michael Ferro 269-257 (751), Sam Stewart Jr. 245 (693), David Swinson 247 (679), Raymond Cacini 244 and Robert Reed 251-260 (714), Rodney Alabaugh 242 (6830, Derek Farrell 256 (704) Chelsea Farrell 204-255 (648), Stephanie Rossi 214-249 (640), Steve Eiemann 244-258 (682), Brandon Hurst 246, Robert Reed 265, James Farrell 266 and Lee Farrell (690),Kevin Kelley 267 (737). Doubles — Loren Hackman (658), Randy Harvey 241 (670), Rickie Glassburn 242 (683), Carl Slabaugh 245 (706) and Clint Taylor 246. Singles — Sam Johnson 255, Dave Mendenhall (666), Randy Harvey (673), Anthony Souders 258-278 (760), Steve Wenzel Jr (660) Gregory Jones 242 and Greg Pletcher 277 (691).

Women, March 15, Doubles — Kristy Miller (552), Tammi Grathen 215, (539), Heather Harrington 219 (568), Paula Longfellow 213 (539), Jennifer Wagoner 203 (535) and Tracy Ditmars 215 (530). Singles — Tracy Ditmars 217 (547) and Crystal Haines (530).

Women, March 16,Doubles — Michelle Shanholt 206, Kristy Miller 214-214 (611), Brandy Taylor 201 (583) and Cheryl Lambert 213(568). Singles — Kristy Miller 213, Michelle Shanholt 211 and Heather Harrington 224 (565).




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