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ROWLEY WINS POP WHITTEN PRO TOUR AT DUAL LANES
 
Steve Rowley was the winner of the Pop Whitten Duckpin Pro Tour which was held July 22nd thru 24th at Dual Lanes.
Rowley defeated Billy Thomas 154 - 113 in the final match to pick up the $1300.00 first place paycheck.
For results...GO TO duallanes.com / TOURNAMENTS or pwpt.net

WNDA "Frank Turner Classic"

Sykes wins her "20th STAR" and sets "NEW WORLD RECORD"

Amy Bisson Sykes was the winner of the WNDA portion of the "Frank Turner Classic" Memorial Weekend at Dual Lanes and set a NEW 5 GAME WORLD RECORD. She is the FIRST Duckpin Pro Bowler, Man or Woman to earn 20 STARS on the Pro Tour.

Sykes was the top qualifier going 5-0 in the semi final round with the record breaking total of 882 which included games of 170, 178, 171, 201 & 162.

Other Qualifiers were :

# 2 - Stacey Gaegler 743 (4-1)
# 3 - Cindy McMillen 741 (4-1)
# 4 - Theresa Johnson 659 (4-1)
# 5 - Christina Herbert 727 (4-1)
# 6 - Amanda Zangla 704 (3.5-1.5)
# 7 - Lisa Huber 688 (3-2)
# 8 - Dani McClay 665 (3-2)

In the Bracket Finals :

Round 1
Sykes defeated McClay 201 - 116
Herbert defeated Johnson 136 - 121
Zangla defeated McMillen 133 - 126
Huber defeated Gaegler 140 - 125

Round 2
Sykes defeated Herbert 149 - 124
Zangla defeated Huber 118 - 110

Final Round
Sykes defeated Zangla 203 - 106

Sykes received $3000.00 for the victory.

Lisa Huber was the HIGH QUALIFIER in the qualifying round with a seven game total of 1031.

Sykes tossed the high game of the tournament - 203

Mr. Turner gave $50.00 for each game 175 and higher. There were 12 winning games.

Ericka DeStefano 175
Lisa Huber 177
Amy Sykes 178
Kristen Roubustelli 183
Jill Manns 190
Dani McClay 191
Jill Manns 191
Amanda Zangla 192
Dani McClay 193
Amy Sykes 201
Amy Sykes 201
Amy Sykes 203

 
ADVANCING TO STATE
 
The Antietam Youth Tenpin Bowling Association which consists of Dual Lanes, Southside Bowl & Pikeside Bowl held the annual Pepsi Challenge Regional Tournament on Sunday, February 21st at Dual Lanes. Boys & Girls in 5 age divisions competed for a chance to advance to the Pepsi State Finals at Annapolis Bowl in Annapolis, MD on April 9 & 10. For results, go to duallanes.com / tournaments

dl - Dual Lanes   ss - Southside Bowl  ps - Pikeside Bowl

U8, U10 & U12 divisions

Pictured left to right & the center they represent are:  

Front: Jaelynne Wolfe (dl)  Kayden Selby (dl) Landon St. Angelo (ss) Maddox Young (dl)  Zoie Showe (ss) Patrick St. Angelo (ss)  Addie Klein (ss)  

Back: Jordan Brown (dl)  Kayla Talbert (dl)  Ryan Talbert (dl)  Kwynzie Pittsnogle (ps)  Kailin Golden (ss)  Ashley Smith (ss)  Joseph Hutzler Jr. (ps)  not pictured - Brady Ott (ps)

U15 & U 20 divisions

Pictured left to right & the center they represent are:  

Front:  Jessica Smith (ss)   McCoy Dutrow (dl)  Willow Fraley (dl)  Jaclynn Nave (dl)  Maddie Kershner (dl)  Alexis Fraley (dl)  Samantha Hunt (ps)  Chaseton Leach (ps)

Back: Robert Austin Harbaugh (dl)  Matthew Wilson (dl)  Jared Keith (dl)  Hunter Combs (ps)  Kenny Wells (ps)  Brent Moore (ps)  Cody Nails (ps)  Josh Cogar (ps)  not pictured - Jordyn Patterson (ss)

 
ADVANCING TO STATE
 
The Antietam Youth Tenpin Bowling Association held it's annual Top 10 Invitational Tournament on Sunday, January 31st at Dual Lanes.
The association which includes Dual Lanes, Southside Bowl & Pikeside Bowl is sending the top 3 girls & boys to the state finals at Forest Hill Lanes in April.
Alexis Fraley broke the Dual Lanes House Record for a Major-Senior Girl(ages 15-19) with a 290 game which included 11 strikes in a row.
For results...go to duallanes.com / click on TOURNAMENTS.
 
Pictured left to right are :
 
Alexis Fraley(DL) - Taylor Forman(DL) - Willow Fraley(DL)
Chaseton Leach(PS) - Daniel Turner(SS) - Robert Austin Harbaugh(DL)

HAPPY 90th MR. TURNER
 
Frank Turner was suprised by his accounting office staff and bowling center managers with a luncheon on Wednesday, January 6th to celebrate his 90th birthday.
Mr. Turner will celebrate his 65th year in the bowling business in August.

Hardesty & Wetzel Make All-American Team

Dual Lanes Youth Duckpin Bowlers Jeffrey Wetzel & Jacob Hardesty were named to the National Duckpin Youth Association Norm Fleury All-American Team by being one of the top 5 averages nationwide for the      2014-2015 fall / winter bowling season in their respective age division. Wetzel earned the honor by averaging 121 in the Junior Boys Division(ages 13-15) while Hardesty earned his honor in the Major-Senior Boys Division(ages 16-21) with a 133 average. For more info on Youth Duckpin Awards, go to NDYA.org


 


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