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Oregon Ducks Win State Scratch Championship

The Oregon Ducks came in first in the team scratch division of the 2014 State Championship Tournament held in Orlando. The team had a scratch score of 3502. Their handicap score of 3604 was good enough to place them 4th in the handicap event. Team members are: Adam Colton, Rickie Sajek, Mark Booke, Paul Koehler and Steve Wilson. No other team from PBC finished in the money in this event.

Other teams finishing in the money in the handicap event were:
31st Man On
50th The Travelers

The highest team to cash in the doubles handicap event was the pair of Veronica Leggio and Meridith Haser. Their score of 1458 tied them for 55 place. The first place score was 1669. The best a PBC doubles team could do in the doubles scratch event was 37th place. Keith Bradford and John Weltzien teamed up to accomplish this with a score of 1280. Close behind in 41st place with a score of 1278 was the team of Paul Koehler and Steve Wilson. Finishing 48th with a score of 1269 was Dario Borges and Stephen Wojnar. The first place score was 1562.

David Norco jr bowled a handicap score of 808 to place 22nd in the handicap singles. The next closest PBC bowler to cash was June Hunt who finished 32nd with a score of 795. The score to beat was 851 bowled by Anthony Hampton from Marion County. Jeremy Mooney came in 2nd in the Scratch singles. His score of 782 was not enough to beat John Janawicz from Orlando who shot a 817. Other PBC bowlers who placed in the top fifty were: Paul Koehler 36th , Steve Wilson 38th and Larry Brande 49th.

The best a PBC bowler could do in Handicap All Events was 15th. Aaron Barnes did this with a score of 2256. The winning score was 2305. Others to finish in the top fifty were: Steve Wilson 32nd and Becky Rajan 47th. We did a little better in the AE Scratch with 4 bowlers in the top fifty. Steve Wilson was 11th with a score of 2123,( the winning score was 2294). Finishing 20th was Paul Koehler, Larry Brande was 21st and Jeremy Mooney was 40th.

 

 

 

School Starts With A Little extra for Three Palm Beach County Bowlers
The Palm Beach County BA and the 250 Club combined to give 3 students scholarships of $1000.
Patrick Wallace
Patrick will be attending Valencia College in Orlando where he will per sue his desire to become a master chief.
Patrick does his bowling at Jupiter Lanes.
Cassandra McGrath
Cassandra will start her quest for a bachelor's degree at Florida Atlantic University this fall. Cassie bowls at Greenacres bowl.
Ashley Glass
Ashley is a continuing student at FAU. Ashley will become a teacher when she completes her education.

We wish these students great success in their chosen professions.

PBCBA Hall Of Fame:
The PBCBA recognizes outstanding bowlers by inducting them into the hall of fame. Bowlers may qualify by either superior bowling accomplishments in sanctioned leagues or tournaments or by serving the bowling community as an officer in a sanctioned league or on the county board of directors. Any sanctioned bowler may recommend someone to the hall of fame. The recommendation should be a letter detailing the nominee's qualifications and must arrive at the local office by Jan 1,2015 to be considered this year
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Counties' Best 2012-13:  

High Average - 245

Jeremy Mooney established a county record by maintaining a 245 average in the Strikes Invitational league at Strikes @ Boca.

Jeremy proved he is not just a one house bowler by carrying averages over 230 at three houses. His average in the Party Animal league at Greenacres was 239. In the Suncoast Scratch at Verdes was 236 and he maintained a 234 and a 230 at Greenacres' NFL and Open Door. He also had 300 games and 800 series in all three houses.

High Series - 839

There was a tie for high series between Dean Lawyer sr., pictured at left, and Larry Brande.

Dean bowled his high series January 16, 2013 in the Wed. Sportsmen league at Jupiter.

Larry bowled his in Jupiter's Monday Maulers April 22nd.

 

250 Club:
If you are a man and bowled a 250 or better, you can become a member of the 250 Bowlers Club of Palm Beach County. The club has tournaments every other month rotating through the houses in the county. The format alternates between singles and mixed doubles i.e. man & women. The singles event is for 250 club members only but the women in the doubles can be any female bowler. On occasion, the club teams up with the women's 225 club for the tournament. The club uses the money raised in these tournaments to award a scholarship to a YOUTH bowler. A dinner is held at the end of the year at a local establishment. The dues are $15 a year and you must bowl in at least one tournament. If you need more information call Candid Ayala @ 561-683-6299 or email at candytherock@gmail.com. Click Here for an Application.

The club has scholarships for students who will be graduating this year. To apply for a scholarship Click here for an application.

Women who bowled a 225 may join the 225 club. The application fee is $15. Dues are $10. Like the men, you must bowl in one tournament a year.Click here for an applcation

 

 

 

 

   

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