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David Matheny of Benton Harbor wins final event of MBA season

The 2014-15 Michiana Bowlers Assocation season is scheduled to begin in September

Posted on May 5, 2014 at 6:33 p.m.

STURGIS, Mich. — The Michiana Bowlers Association wrapped up the 2013-14 season Sunday, May 4, with the Tournament Bowlers Championship at Sturgis Lanes.

David Matheny of Benton Harbor won his second title. Matheny also had the tournament's high game, a 299.

MBA Tournament Bowlers Championship

At Sturgis Lanes

Matches: Round 1 — Chris Robben (212) def. Tony Ferro (184); Ted Zimmerman (178) def. Kevin Akemon (171); Jeremy Shock (187) def. Vic Hoctel (161). Quarterfinals — Jeremy Shock (211) def. Chris Robben (194); Aaron Phillips (235) def. Ted Zimmerman (181). Semifinals — Aaron Phillips (265) def. Jeremy Shock (193). Championship — David Matheny (201) def. Aaron Phillips (196).

Final standings: 1. David Matheny (Benton Harbor) $800; 2. Aaron Phillips (Spring Lake) $400; 3. Jeremy Shock (Rochester) $325; 4 (tie). Ted Zimmerman (Granger) and Chris Robben (Granger) $250 each; 6 (tie). Tony Ferro (Elkhart), Kevin Akemon (Elkhart) and Vic Hoctel (South Bend) $200 each; 9. Bill Hendrixson (Stevensville) $125; 10. Mark Pullins (Benton Harbor) $100.

Note: The 2014-15 season is scheduled to begin in September. For more information, visit www.mba300.com, or call 574-674-4386.


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