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With the city tournament in the books, the scratch and handicap winners in each of the eight different divisions will be honored at our annual Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet. The banquet will be held on March 3 at the VFW.

Ladies first, as we take a look at this years winners.

The Bowling Wannabes claimed both the scratch and handicap team titles with scores of 2,555 and 3,347. Ashlee Lueders, Stacie Rickert, Crystal Riley, Paige Sohl and Shawna Woosley formed the Bowling Wannabes team.

In the doubles event, Shayla Long and Emily Hoefer defended their scratch title with a 1,149. Kate Paprocki and Michelle Rosno won the handicap title with a 1,398. Singles saw Deb Murcek take home the handicap title with a 715, while Hoefer defended her scratch title with a 644. In all events, Riley defended her handicap title with a 2,087. Hoefer claimed the scratch championship for the third year in a row with a 1,841.

On the Open side, A J Bloebaum Electric of the Cheyenne League won the handicap team title with a 3,664. Gary Muth, John Riedmiller, Tom Riedmiller, Kyle Brestel and Eric Brabec bowled for A J Bloebaum Electric. The Friends claimed the scratch team title with a 3,457. Muth, Brestel, Chuck Jensen, Mike Anderson and John Eckholt made up the Friends team.

In doubles, Doug Adamy and Ron Oborny won the handicap division with a 1,502. The scratch title went to Bryan Wachal and Tyler Peterson with a 1,391. Singles saw Marty Alstadt win the handicap title with a 770. Eckholt claimed the scratch title with a 711. George McCarthy won scratch all events title with a 2,038, while Adamy took the handicap title with a 2,267. Congrats to all the city tournament winners.

The low score to cash for the team event was 3,366 in the open and 3,264 for the women. In doubles, low was 1,350 in the open and 1,281 for the women. Low score to cash was 681 for the open and 658 for the women. In all events, low to cash was 2,071 for the open and 2,019 for the women. Thanks to all who participated in the city tournaments.

Now for our bowlers of the week from Boulevard Lanes and they are Mike Long, Shayla Long and Don Struebing. Mike shot the high game for the men with a 290, while finishing with a 717 series. Mike’s better half, Shayla led the ladies for the past week with a 277 game and a 746 series. Struebing took the senior honor with his 257 game and 703 series. Wyatt Ellis rolled the high series for the men with a 743. Honorable mention goes to Tony Jasper for his 279 game.

Eckholt named Troy Coffey, Tyler Faltys and Gary Stenger as Westbrook Lanes' bowlers of the week. Coffey had the high game for the week with a 299. Faltys shared the men’s honor for rolling his first ever 700 series, with a 719. The senior nod went to Stenger with a 289 game and a 746 series. Calan Reppert led the ladies for the week with a 553 series. Eckholt claimed the high series for the week with a 781.

Next week I’ll preview the upcoming Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet, which will be held March 3 at the VFW.

Bowlers of the Week

Boulevard Lanes

Mike Long 290 – 717

Shayla Long 277 – 746

Don Struebing 257 – 703

Westbrook Lanes

Troy Coffey 299 – xxx

Tyler Faltys xxx – 719

Gary Stenger 289 – 746

Chuck McCarthy is a local bowler whose columns are featured weekly in The Telegram during bowling season.


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