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Illinois man wins Bradley Open

Anthony Jordan of DeKalb, Ill., took home the first prize in the 31st Bradley Open Tournament at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland last Sunday. Jordan defeated Jimmy Wolcott of Hendersonville, Tenn., 248-159 and 248-190 in the finals to earn the $3,200 first prize. Jordan also receives a paid entry to the 2011 United States Bowling Congress Masters Tournament.

Wolcott defeated last year's champion, Jeff Fehr of Cincinnati, 200-183 and 199-188 to make it to the final match. Wolcott received $1,600 for his second-place finish.

The best local finishers were Lee Stritesky of Cynthiana, who finished 15th, Matt Fitch of Nicholasville at 19th and Kenny Stephens of Frankfort at 33rd.

The event drew 190 bowlers from several states.


Feb. 7: The entry deadline for the 27th Greater Lexington USBC Youth Association Tournament. The event will be held Feb. 13-14 at Collins Bowling Centers-Eastland. Entry forms are available at all area centers.