Bowling

Ohio man rolls 300, 800 in Open Championships

May 12, 2013 

  • MEN'S SERIES

    Steven Fagan 732

    MEN'S GAMES

    Darrel Hunt 280

    Steven Fagan 274

    SENIOR SERIES

    Chad Gilbert 657

    Jacob Horrell 616

    SENIOR GAMES

    Noah Arnold 246

    Scotty Vogt 244

    Chad Gilbert 236

    Jacob Horrell 218

    Wes Scherr 215

    Kyle Gillespie 211

    Jonathan Gilbert 210

    WOMEN'S SERIES

    Tammy Ellis 604

    WOMEN'S GAMES

    Tammy Ellis 244

Dean Billings of Rootstown, Ohio, rolled the first 800 series of the 2013 United States Bowling Congress Open Championships on May 8 at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev.

Bowling in the team event, Billings had games of 224-289-300 for an 813 series. The 800 is his first in 26 years of competing in the Open Championships. The perfect game is his second, having rolled one in the team event in the 2000 tournament in Albuquerque, N.M.

Billings is only the 32nd bowler in Open history to roll both an 800 and a 300 in the event.

He's also the 27th bowler to roll more than one 300 in the Open Championships.

■ The Greater Lexington USBC will hold its annual meeting and luncheon at noon Saturday, May 18, at the Ramada Inn on North Broadway. Tickets are $20.


MEN'S SERIES

Steven Fagan 732

MEN'S GAMES

Darrel Hunt 280

Steven Fagan 274

SENIOR SERIES

Chad Gilbert 657

Jacob Horrell 616

SENIOR GAMES

Noah Arnold 246

Scotty Vogt 244

Chad Gilbert 236

Jacob Horrell 218

Wes Scherr 215

Kyle Gillespie 211

Jonathan Gilbert 210

WOMEN'S SERIES

Tammy Ellis 604

WOMEN'S GAMES

Tammy Ellis 244

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