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Lexie Fraley - Taylor Lucas - Jordyn Patterson 
Chase Leach, Justin Pearell - Brad Fox
all advanced to the Maryland State Top Ten Tournament via the Antietam Youth Association Top Ten Invitational Tournament which was held on January 28, 2018 at Dual Lanes.
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All bowlers pictured advanced to the Maryland State Pepsi Scholarship Tenpin Tournament which will be held at AMF Country Club Lanes April 7 & 8 via the Antietam Youth Tenpin Association Tournament which was held at Dual Lanes on February 18, 2018. The Antietam Youth Tenpin Association consists of Dual Lanes(DL), Southside Bowl(SS) & Pikeside Bowl(PS). For complete results, go to / tournaments.

U8 - Allyson Selby, Evan Schenk, Skylar Miller & Antonio Marsico

U10 - Landon Shutts, Bella Maculla, Landon St. Angelo & Zoie Showe

U12 - Alyssa Pitsnogle, Christian O'Connor, Mark Herrell, Summer Walling, Patrick St. Angelo & Conner Martz

U15 - Ashley Smith, Rebekah Root, Jasmine Herrell, Jeremiah King, Josh Myers, Jordan Brown & Ryan Talbert

U20 - Dylan Barkdoll, Jacob Matthews, Taylor Lucas, Alexis Fraley & Jordyn Patterson (standing)
          Dylan Chapman, Joseph Palmer III, Chaseton Leach & Brent Moore

Bernie Hipkins was the winner of the Pop Whitten Duckpin Pro Tour which was held July 21-23 at Dual Lanes.
Hipkins was in 8th position after the six(6) game qualifying round with a 920 total. Then, went 5-0 in the semi finals to advance to the bracket finals, won his bracket & the semi-final match and defeated Colton Gue in the final match 167-150 to pick up the $1250.00 pay check. For complete results, go to
Dual Lanes Youth Tenpin Bowler Kayla Talbert was the winner of the U12 Girls division of the PEPSI State Scholarship Tournament held April 8th & 9th.
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Sykes defends her title...wins "23rd STAR"

Amy Bisson Sykes coming off an unbelievable 2016 when she broke the 5 game & 12 game World Records at Dual Lanes in route to winning the WNDA portion of the "Frank Turner Classic" and two other pro tour stops, defended her title by defeating Leah Lancaster in the final match of the 2017 "Frank Turner Classic" and picked up a $3000.00 paycheck. She was the HIGH QUALIFIER with a seven (7) game total of 1129, a 161 average.

Sykes was the second highest qualifier in the semi-final round going 4-1 with a five (5) game total of 743.

Other Qualifiers were:

# 1 - Leah Lancaster 696 (4.5 - 0.5)
# 3 - Cindy Buenger 729 (4-1)
# 4 - Amanda Zangla 679 (4-1)
# 5 - Lisa Huber 692 (3-2)
# 6 - Marcie Gregory 686 (3-2)
# 7 - Robin Albert 606 (3-2)
# 8 - Chris Wander 582 (3-2)

In the Bracket Finals:

Round 1
Lancaster defeated Wander 126-113
Zangla defeated Albert 127-101
Sykes defeated Gregory 176-142
Buenger defeated Huber 124-103

Round 2
Lancaster defeated Zangla 119-101
Sykes defeated Buenger 143-120

Final Round
Sykes defeated Lancaster 135-118


Sykes (L) is pictured with WNDA President Tammy Ashworth


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