Bowling

Bowling: Total of 1,630 tops previous doubles record

Special to the Herald-LeaderMarch 3, 2013 

  • MEN'S SERIES

    Mike South 792

    Billy Short 767

    Jody Wafford 758

    Wayne Lester 754

    Steve Defazio 752

    Mike Moore 749

    Allen Sparks 741

    Roy Barnes 739

    Johnny Yazell 736

    Bill Pianovski 734

    Dearick Gilbert 722

    Tom Roth 718

    Dave Williams 716

    Brandon Hatton 713

    Brian Williams 713

    Jeff Napier 709

    Kyle Fight 706

    Tracey Nichols 705

    Steven Fagan 704

    Ryan Shryock 704

    Kenny Hohensee 703

    Gregg Centers 702

    MEN'S GAMES

    Gregg Centers 300

    Roy Barnes 299

    Tom Roth 290

    Johnathan Smith 290

    Curby Barker 279

    Austin Shields 279

    Billy Short 279

    Mike South 279

    Johnny Yazell 279

    Bill Pianovski 277

    Tom Cape 276

    Shannon Hall 276

    Darrel Hunt 275

    Kyle Fight 269

    Franklin Smith 268

    Mike Fairchild 268

    Charlie Bowling 267

    Howard Short 267

    Josh Coomer 266

    Randy Johnson 266

    Wayne Lester 265

    Scotty Bruner 265

    Jim Cantrell 263

    Steven Fagan 260

    Steve DeFazio 259

    Mike Mitchell 258

    Brian Williams 258

    Allen Sparks 258

    Jody Wafford 258

    Tracey Nichols 257

    Kenny Stephens 257

    Andrew Magedanz 257

    Zach Neikirk 257

    Chris Jones 257

    George Kraft 256

    Gil Stroud 256

    Mike Moore 256

    Cameron Ewert 256

    Mike Hilvers 256

    Charlie Jason 255

    Ryan Shryock 254

    Kenny Hohensee 253

    Gerry Northcutt 252WOMEN'S SERIES

    Melanie Fairchild 664

    Errika Bowman 651

    Melinda Craig 643

    Jean Almaria 639

    Pam Grimes 639

    Haley McDowell 638

    Amy Snider 621

    Chrissy Maddox 619

    Renee Wright 616

    Teri Tucker 615

    WOMEN'S GAMES

    Chrissy Maddox 267

    Renee Wright 266

    Errika Bowman 257

    Jean Almaria 244

    Pam Grimes 233

    Haley McDowell 233

    Melanie Fairchild 228

    Melinda Craig 227

    SENIOR SERIES

    Jacob Yazell 803

    Braxton Hatton 702

    Crystal Land 698

    Zach Schnieder 694

    Curtis Everman 675

    Sarah Doyle 674

    Tyler Goodpaster 662

    Shane Dunsing 662

    Chelsey Stephens 661

    Jacob Hulette 647

    Jeffrey Hulette 631

    Tori Doyle 629

    Mikayla Fryman 562

    Shaylee Carter 556

    Maddie Horton 549

    SENIOR GAMES

    Jacob Yazell 300

    Zach Schnieder 278

    Braxton Hatton 269

    Crystal Land 269

    Chelsey Stephens 257

    Sarah Doyle 248

    Shane Dunsing 247

    Jacob Hulette 247

    Tyler Goodpaster 245

    Curtis Everman 236

    Mac Hart 235

    Tori Doyle 235

    Andrew Willis 234

    Chad Gilbert 233

    Joseph Bush 225

    Mikayla Fryman 223

    Maddie Horton 216

    Morgan Yazell 202

    Shaylee Carter 198

    Mary Nietzel 180

    PREP SERIES

    Quincy McKinney 457

    Wesley Yazell 424

    Trenton Green 421

    PREP GAMES

    Trenton Green 182

    Wesley Yazell 169

    Quincy McKinney 168

    Nicholas Hearn 157

    BANTAM SERIES

    Charlie Smith 226

Brian Eve and Terry Page won the doubles title in record fashion in the 73rd Greater Lexington USBC Open Tournament. Eve, who has a 127 average, rolled an actual series of 612, plus his 249 handicap, for a total of 861. Page rolled a 616 actual, plus his 153 handicap, for a 769.

Eve and Page's 1,630 total topped the previous record of 1,583, set by Billy Craycraft and Mike Fairchild in 1992 at Southland and matched by Marc Massie and Bobby Conley at Joyland in 1994.

The tournament's team title went to the Fighting Wildcats. Richie Horn, Nick Russell, Ron Shearer, Dempsey Gross and Todd Jenkins combined for a 3,592.

The singles champion was Tim Fowler, who had a handicapped total of 813. He bowled an actual total of 759.

In the all-events competition, Eve again took advantage of his handicap and rolled a 2,395 (1,648 actual). Melinda Craig won the actual all-events title with a 2,197.

Notes

■ Celia Cooper won the singles and handicapped all events titles in the 68th Greater Lexington USBC Women's Tournament.

Cooper rolled a 717 actual in singles, plus her 102 handicap, to take the title. Cooper won the all-events title with a 2,177 handicapped total (1,871 actual). The actual all-events title went to Melinda Craig with a 2,169.

The team title went to Power Play. Teri Tucker, Jean Almaria, Pam Grimes and Melinda Craig combined for a 2,754 handicapped total.

Charlotte Ellis and Sonya Crouch won the doubles with a 1,376 handicapped total. Ellis rolled a 522 actual (642 handicapped). Crouch rolled a 692 actual (734 handicapped).

■ Six perfect games were bowled in the Open. Jody Wafford, Randy Wilson, Barry Roberts, Matt Cracraft and brothers Josh and Nick Coomer all had 300s. Greater Lexington USBC Hall of Famer Mike Fairchild came close with a 298, and Haley McDowell rolled a 296.

■ Jacob Yazell rolled the fifth and sixth award scores for local youth bowlers this season on Feb. 23 at Eastland.

Backed by a perfect game, Yazell rolled an 803 series. He also had a 235 and a 268.

Yazell is the second youth bowler at Eastland to roll an 800 this season. Shane Dunsing had an 803 on Nov. 17.


MEN'S SERIES

Mike South 792

Billy Short 767

Jody Wafford 758

Wayne Lester 754

Steve Defazio 752

Mike Moore 749

Allen Sparks 741

Roy Barnes 739

Johnny Yazell 736

Bill Pianovski 734

Dearick Gilbert 722

Tom Roth 718

Dave Williams 716

Brandon Hatton 713

Brian Williams 713

Jeff Napier 709

Kyle Fight 706

Tracey Nichols 705

Steven Fagan 704

Ryan Shryock 704

Kenny Hohensee 703

Gregg Centers 702

MEN'S GAMES

Gregg Centers 300

Roy Barnes 299

Tom Roth 290

Johnathan Smith 290

Curby Barker 279

Austin Shields 279

Billy Short 279

Mike South 279

Johnny Yazell 279

Bill Pianovski 277

Tom Cape 276

Shannon Hall 276

Darrel Hunt 275

Kyle Fight 269

Franklin Smith 268

Mike Fairchild 268

Charlie Bowling 267

Howard Short 267

Josh Coomer 266

Randy Johnson 266

Wayne Lester 265

Scotty Bruner 265

Jim Cantrell 263

Steven Fagan 260

Steve DeFazio 259

Mike Mitchell 258

Brian Williams 258

Allen Sparks 258

Jody Wafford 258

Tracey Nichols 257

Kenny Stephens 257

Andrew Magedanz 257

Zach Neikirk 257

Chris Jones 257

George Kraft 256

Gil Stroud 256

Mike Moore 256

Cameron Ewert 256

Mike Hilvers 256

Charlie Jason 255

Ryan Shryock 254

Kenny Hohensee 253

Gerry Northcutt 252WOMEN'S SERIES

Melanie Fairchild 664

Errika Bowman 651

Melinda Craig 643

Jean Almaria 639

Pam Grimes 639

Haley McDowell 638

Amy Snider 621

Chrissy Maddox 619

Renee Wright 616

Teri Tucker 615

WOMEN'S GAMES

Chrissy Maddox 267

Renee Wright 266

Errika Bowman 257

Jean Almaria 244

Pam Grimes 233

Haley McDowell 233

Melanie Fairchild 228

Melinda Craig 227

SENIOR SERIES

Jacob Yazell 803

Braxton Hatton 702

Crystal Land 698

Zach Schnieder 694

Curtis Everman 675

Sarah Doyle 674

Tyler Goodpaster 662

Shane Dunsing 662

Chelsey Stephens 661

Jacob Hulette 647

Jeffrey Hulette 631

Tori Doyle 629

Mikayla Fryman 562

Shaylee Carter 556

Maddie Horton 549

SENIOR GAMES

Jacob Yazell 300

Zach Schnieder 278

Braxton Hatton 269

Crystal Land 269

Chelsey Stephens 257

Sarah Doyle 248

Shane Dunsing 247

Jacob Hulette 247

Tyler Goodpaster 245

Curtis Everman 236

Mac Hart 235

Tori Doyle 235

Andrew Willis 234

Chad Gilbert 233

Joseph Bush 225

Mikayla Fryman 223

Maddie Horton 216

Morgan Yazell 202

Shaylee Carter 198

Mary Nietzel 180

PREP SERIES

Quincy McKinney 457

Wesley Yazell 424

Trenton Green 421

PREP GAMES

Trenton Green 182

Wesley Yazell 169

Quincy McKinney 168

Nicholas Hearn 157

BANTAM SERIES

Charlie Smith 226

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