Two more 300 games by Lexington bowlers

Special to the Herald-LeaderSeptember 28, 2013 

Allen Sparks posted the second 300 game of the season in the Greater Lexington USBC on Friday, Sept. 20, in the Friday Night Fun League at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland.

Jeremy Eplin rolled the third one on Monday, Sept. 23, in the James Wafford Memorial League at Southland.

Youth bowler Zach Schnieder posted a 299 on Saturday, Sept. 21 in the youth league at Eastland to pace a 710 series.

■ The 35th Bradley Open Tournament will be held Jan. 4-5 at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland. This year's tournament will feature a guaranteed $10,000 first prize as well as an entry to the 2015 USBC Masters Tournament.

A change this year allows bowlers who fail to qualify after the first round to re-enter the event for an additional $100.

To help more local bowlers participate, there will be weekly qualifiers at Eastland. Every Thursday at 7 p.m. bowlers can attempt to win an entry. Weekly qualifiers will cost $40.

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