ELKHART — The Heart City USBC Open and Women's bowling tournaments has concluded a four-weekend run at Oakland Lanes.
While averages need to be verified, the unofficial leaders at the end of the tournament are open team handicap, Hillbillys (Chuck Stephic 503,Cliff Seabolt 598, Paul Scarberry 485, Jim Moore 563, Bill Scarberry 534) 2,683; (3,142); open team scratch, Hartung Heroes Chris Hartung (765), Todd Brown (762), Seth Tucker (694), Jerrod Kauffman (645), Chris Dutton (694) 3,560; handicap doubles,Rodney Chris (531) and Thomas VonDoehren (761) 1,295. Scratch doubles; Chris Hartung (803) and Timothy Schmidt (753) 1,556; handicap singles, Jim Moore (629) 734; singles scratch, Schmidt 771; handicap all events, Moore 2,051; scratch all events, Brian Nicodemus 2,198; senior singles, Patrick Samonie 841; and senior all events, Samonie 2,450.
In the women's division (all handicap), unofficial leaders are team, 4 Angles (Cheryl Reed 385, Kimberly Reed 412, Priscilla Werbiansky 499, Lori Weldy 474), 1,770 (2,655); doubles; Cheryl Reed (442) and Priscilla Werbianskyj (468) 1,381; singles, Monica Kegerreis (614) 773; all events, Kimblery Reed 2,066; seniors singles,Tammy Yoder 672; and seniors all events, Cheryl Reed 2,017.
The Heart City USBC awards and Hall of Fame banquet is scheduled for Saturday, May 10, at Christiana Creek Country Club in Elkhart.
Kevin Graber and Mel Scherer be will Hall of Fame inductees.