Dixon wins first PBA regional title

by PBA Editor June 24, 2002 19:00
Otis Dixon of Forest, Ill. won his first PBA championship when he defeated Stephen Etzel of Coal Valley, Ill., 202 to 159 in the title match of the Midwest Central Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open. The tournament was held at Lombard Lanes in Lombard, Ill., June 21-23. Dixon took an early lead sitting on the bench when his opponent, Stephen Etzel, failed to mark in the opening frame of the final game. Dixon stayed "clean" and his lead kept mounting as time went by. Etzel struggled throughout the match until posting a couple of strikes in the 10th frame. By that time it was too late for Etzel. It's probable that Dixon had already calculated his new bank balance by the 6th frame. It was a match that Dixon could enjoy from start to finish. Congratulations to our most recent senior PBA regional champion, Otis Dixon! Midwest/Central PBA Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open T.V. Roll-off results: In the championship match of the Midwest/Central PBA Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open Otis Dixonof Forest, Ill., defeated Stephen Etzel of Coal Valley, Ill., 202 to 159. This was Dixon’s first PBA championship. Final Standings for the top 16 finalists: 1. Otis Dixon Forest, Ill. $1500.00 2. Stephen Etzel Coal Valley, Ill. $900.00 3rd thru 4th Joe Manak Brookfield, Ill. $675.00 Emilio Mora Sr. Defiance, O. $675.00 4th thru 8th Lance Murray Kankakee, Ill. $500.00 Bob Teeters Anderson, Ind. $500.00 Don Johnson Moline, Ill. $500.00 George Hall Palatine, Ill. $500.00 9th thru 16th Tim Kauble Marion, O. $350.00 Richard Hunt Valparaiso, Ind. $350.00 Leo Scantamburlo Detroit, Mich. $350.00 Brian Hirner Joliet, Ill. $350.00 Ron Sarah Plainfield, Ill. $350.00 Ray Johnson Battle Creek, Mich. $350.00 Robert Schlichtenmeyer Fort Knox, Ky. $350.00 Robert Tapp Palatine, Ill. $350.00 Lombard IL Senior 2002 Top 16 qualifiers after 8 Games Pos.# Games Total Actual Bonus Total Prize Sqd. Name W-L-T Games Pins Pins Pins Money 1 Johnson, Ray 0-0-0 8 1891 1891 A Battle Creek, MI + 291 2 Manak, Joe 0-0-0 8 1830 1830 A Brookfield, IL + 230 3 Dixon, Otis 0-0-0 8 1815 1815 B Forest, IL + 215 4 Kauble, Tim 0-0-0 8 1803 1803 A Marion, OH + 203 5 Hirner, Brian 0-0-0 8 1798 1798 B Joliet, IL + 198 6 Murray, Lance 0-0-0 8 1794 1794 B Kankakee, IL + 194 7 Teeters, Bob 0-0-0 8 1793 1793 B Anderson, IN + 193 8 Sarah, Ron 0-0-0 8 1792 1792 A Plainfield, IL + 192 9 Etzel, Stephen 0-0-0 8 1782 1782 A Coal Valley, IL + 182 10 Scantamburlo, Leo 0-0-0 8 1765 1765 A Detroit, MI + 165 10 Schlichtenmyer, Robert 0-0-0 8 1765 1765 A Fort Knox, KY + 165 12 Mora Sr., Emilio 0-0-0 8 1759 1759 A Defiance, OH + 159 13 Tapp, Robert 0-0-0 8 1757 1757 A Palatine, IL + 157 13 Hall, George 0-0-0 8 1757 1757 A Palatine, IL + 157 15 Hunt, Richard 0-0-0 8 1750 1750 B Valparaiso, IL + 150 16 Johnson, Don 0-0-0 8 1746 1746 A Moline, IL + 146 ** Indicates Substitute, ## Indicates Withdraw Tuesday, June 25, 2002 Page 1 of 4 Lombard IL Senior 2002 Non-qualifiers after 8 Games Pos.# Games Total Actual Bonus Total Prize Sqd. Name W-L-T Games Pins Pins Pins Money 17 Buxton, Matt 0-0-0 8 1737 1737 $215.00 B Columbia, MO + 137 18 Zikes, Les 0-0-0 8 1719 1719 $210.00 B Palatine, IL + 119 19 Brenner, Jim 0-0-0 8 1717 1717 $208.00 A LeClaire, IA + 117 20 Higham, Mickey 0-0-0 8 1712 1712 $206.00 A Battle Creek, MI + 112 21 Edwards, Jerry 0-0-0 8 1711 1711 $205.00 B Wood Dale, IL + 111
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Schlegel Leaps Into First

by PBA Editor June 24, 2002 19:00
Ernie Schlegel made a strong campaign for his first senior title Tuesday in the PBA Senior Northwest Classic at Valley Lanes. The Hall of Famer and six-time national titlist finished the second round of qualifying with the highest nine-game total of the day (2,119) and made the move from eighth place on the “B” squad to first. “I had a real good shot today,” the 59-year-old Schlegel said. “I hit the pocket about 95% of the time.” Schlegel, Vancouver, Wash., had two strong finishes in the previous two tournaments he bowled. At the PBA Senior Northern California Classic (June 10-13), he made it to the stepladder finals and finished in third place after losing a close game to Bob Chamberlain 234-244. In the PBA Suncoast Senior World Championship (June 2-7), he made it to the final four and tied for third place. He missed the PBA Senior Epicenter Classic to attend Bowl Expo last week. The week off and the rest has worked to his advantage. “I didn’t touch a ball for a week,” Schlegel said. “I bowled Sunday’s pro-am and qualifying Monday and I felt pretty good. I have to maintain good speed and control and make good shots to make the finals this week.” Mike Winklepleck had the second strongest nine-game block of the day (2,107) and made a move from 18th on the squad to fifth place. “I drilled one ball that wasn’t working too well yesterday and today it just worked,” Winklepleck said. “The first game I struggled with a 194 but after that I did really well.” He followed the 194 with a 266, 257, 186, 254, 225, 269, 233 and a 223. Winklepleck, from nearby Gladstone, Ore., had a cheering section watching him bowl. “It doesn’t hurt to be home,” he said. “Yesterday the added pressure got to me a little. Today I just let it go and went out there and bowled.” The “A” Squad is completing their second nine-game qualifying round. After the round is complete, the field will be cut to 24. The top 24 qualifiers advance to two eight-game rounds of match play Wednesday at 8 a.m. The top five will vie for the $8,000 top prize in the stepladder finals Wednesday at 8 p.m.
PBA SENIOR TOUR PBA Senior Northwest Classic Valley Lanes, Beaverton, Ore. Tuesday, June 25 FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER (B SQUAD ONLY) (Name/Hometown followed by 18-game pinfall total.) 1, Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, Wash., 4,148. 2, John Bennett, Clarkston, Mich., 4,106. 3, Ron Winger, Tarzana, CA, 4,076. 4, Dave Soutar, Bradenton, Fla., 4,067. 5, Mike Winklepleck, Gladstone, Ore., 4,061. 6, Dennis Fitzsimonds, Santee, Calif., 4,035. 7, Pete Couture, Titusville, Fla., 4,017. 8, Al Sanford, Jackson, Ohio, 3,981. 9, Fred McClain, Lincoln Park, Mich., 3,974. 10, Norb Wetzel, Fond du Lac, Wis., 3,971. 11, Gene Stus, Taylor, Mich., 3,924. 12, John Shreve Sr., Elyria, Ohio, 3,899. 13, Rohn Morton, Vancouver, Wash., 3,880. 14, Bob Chamberlain, Auburn Hills, Mich., 3,878. 15, Gene Vincent, Stonington, Ill. (TIE) Bernie Carlisle, Evansville, Ind., 3,873. 17, Bobby Holmes, North Las Vegas, Nev., 3,859. 18, Conway Sunell, Whitefish, Mont., 3,844. 19, Mel Wolf, Jackson, Mich., 3,837. 20, Darrel Curtis, Seattle, 3,831. 21, Chuck Pierce, Dallas, 3,828. 22, Ray Randall, Dearborn, Mich., 3,813. 23, Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 3,805. 24, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3,789. 25, Vince Mazzanti Jr., Levittown, Pa., 3,783. 26, Teata Semiz, North Brunswick, N.J., 3,770. 27, Delano Boothe, Canoga Park, Calif., 3,741. 28, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 3,717. 29, Mal Acosta *, Sweethome, Ore., 3,707. 30, Tim Bowers, East Wenatchee, Wash., 3,636. 31, Ronald Garr, Ridgedale, Mo., 3,588. 32, Aron Lipshy, Roseville, Mich., 3,582. 33, Ray Wong, Milpitas, Calif., 3,578. 34, Bob Fields, San Jose, Calif., 3,554. 35, Leo Plaia, New Orleans, La., 3,552. 36, Dain Wilmarth, Milwaukie, Ore., 3,503. 37, Larry Hall, Marengo, Iowa, 3,492. 38, Gerry Chinn, Castaic, Calif., 3,471. 39, Dave Kangas, Gwinn, Mich., 3,458. 40, Dave Bernhardt, Shelby Twp., Mich., 3,444. 41, Cal Hampton, Antioch, Calif., 1,426 (WD). 300 games (Round Two): None
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Dixon wins first PBA regional title

by PBA Editor June 24, 2002 19:00
Otis Dixon of Forest, Ill. won his first PBA championship when he defeated Stephen Etzel of Coal Valley, Ill., 202 to 159 in the title match of the Midwest Central Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open. The tournament was held at Lombard Lanes in Lombard, Ill., June 21-23. Dixon took an early lead sitting on the bench when his opponent, Stephen Etzel, failed to mark in the opening frame of the final game. Dixon stayed "clean" and his lead kept mounting as time went by. Etzel struggled throughout the match until posting a couple of strikes in the 10th frame. By that time it was too late for Etzel. It's probable that Dixon had already calculated his new bank balance by the 6th frame. It was a match that Dixon could enjoy from start to finish. Congratulations to our most recent senior PBA regional champion, Otis Dixon! Midwest/Central PBA Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open T.V. Roll-off results: In the championship match of the Midwest/Central PBA Regions Francotyp Postalia Senior Open Otis Dixonof Forest, Ill., defeated Stephen Etzel of Coal Valley, Ill., 202 to 159. This was Dixon’s first PBA championship. Final Standings for the top 16 finalists: 1. Otis Dixon Forest, Ill. $1500.00 2. Stephen Etzel Coal Valley, Ill. $900.00 3rd thru 4th Joe Manak Brookfield, Ill. $675.00 Emilio Mora Sr. Defiance, O. $675.00 4th thru 8th Lance Murray Kankakee, Ill. $500.00 Bob Teeters Anderson, Ind. $500.00 Don Johnson Moline, Ill. $500.00 George Hall Palatine, Ill. $500.00 9th thru 16th Tim Kauble Marion, O. $350.00 Richard Hunt Valparaiso, Ind. $350.00 Leo Scantamburlo Detroit, Mich. $350.00 Brian Hirner Joliet, Ill. $350.00 Ron Sarah Plainfield, Ill. $350.00 Ray Johnson Battle Creek, Mich. $350.00 Robert Schlichtenmeyer Fort Knox, Ky. $350.00 Robert Tapp Palatine, Ill. $350.00 Lombard IL Senior 2002 Top 16 qualifiers after 8 Games Pos.# Games Total Actual Bonus Total Prize Sqd. Name W-L-T Games Pins Pins Pins Money 1 Johnson, Ray 0-0-0 8 1891 1891 A Battle Creek, MI + 291 2 Manak, Joe 0-0-0 8 1830 1830 A Brookfield, IL + 230 3 Dixon, Otis 0-0-0 8 1815 1815 B Forest, IL + 215 4 Kauble, Tim 0-0-0 8 1803 1803 A Marion, OH + 203 5 Hirner, Brian 0-0-0 8 1798 1798 B Joliet, IL + 198 6 Murray, Lance 0-0-0 8 1794 1794 B Kankakee, IL + 194 7 Teeters, Bob 0-0-0 8 1793 1793 B Anderson, IN + 193 8 Sarah, Ron 0-0-0 8 1792 1792 A Plainfield, IL + 192 9 Etzel, Stephen 0-0-0 8 1782 1782 A Coal Valley, IL + 182 10 Scantamburlo, Leo 0-0-0 8 1765 1765 A Detroit, MI + 165 10 Schlichtenmyer, Robert 0-0-0 8 1765 1765 A Fort Knox, KY + 165 12 Mora Sr., Emilio 0-0-0 8 1759 1759 A Defiance, OH + 159 13 Tapp, Robert 0-0-0 8 1757 1757 A Palatine, IL + 157 13 Hall, George 0-0-0 8 1757 1757 A Palatine, IL + 157 15 Hunt, Richard 0-0-0 8 1750 1750 B Valparaiso, IL + 150 16 Johnson, Don 0-0-0 8 1746 1746 A Moline, IL + 146 ** Indicates Substitute, ## Indicates Withdraw Tuesday, June 25, 2002 Page 1 of 4 Lombard IL Senior 2002 Non-qualifiers after 8 Games Pos.# Games Total Actual Bonus Total Prize Sqd. Name W-L-T Games Pins Pins Pins Money 17 Buxton, Matt 0-0-0 8 1737 1737 $215.00 B Columbia, MO + 137 18 Zikes, Les 0-0-0 8 1719 1719 $210.00 B Palatine, IL + 119 19 Brenner, Jim 0-0-0 8 1717 1717 $208.00 A LeClaire, IA + 117 20 Higham, Mickey 0-0-0 8 1712 1712 $206.00 A Battle Creek, MI + 112 21 Edwards, Jerry 0-0-0 8 1711 1711 $205.00 B Wood Dale, IL + 111
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2002 PBA Senior Tour Stats Leaders

by PBA Editor June 24, 2002 19:00
2002 PBA Senior Tour Statistics Leaders (After Klamath, Ore.)
MONEY 1,Mark Roth, $28,375.00 2,Pete Couture, $22,735.00 3,Bob Chamberlain, $20,125.00 4,Robert Glass, $20,080.00 5,Gene Stus, $19,050.00 6,Steve Neff, $18,700.00 7,Darrell Storkson, $17,270.00 8,Ron Winger, $15,720.00 9,Dave Davis, $13,105.00 10,Roger Workman, $13,075.00 11,George Pappas, $12,350.00 12,Mel Wolf, $12,097.00 13,Takeo Sakai, $11,000.00 14,Dale Eagle, $10,400.00 15,Dave Soutar, $10,290.00 16,Ernie Schlegel, $10,050.00 17,Norb Wetzel, $9,425.00 18,Roy Buckley, $8,030.00 19,Henry Gonzalez, $7,752.00 20,Junichi Yajima, $7,600.00
AVERAGE 1,Gene Stus,220.30 2,Robert Glass,218.90 3,Ron Winger,218.37 4,Bob Chamberlain,218.04 5,George Pappas,216.98 6,Dale Eagle,216.65 7,Mark Roth,216.53 8,John Petraglia,216.36 9,Steve Neff,215.92 10,Guppy Troup,215.14 11,Rohn Morton,214.66 12,Roger Workman ,214.24 13,Sonny Dorstek,214.08 14,Joe Petrowski,213.50 15,Norb Wetzel,213.36 16,Roy Buckley,212.40 17,Henry Gonzalez,212.06 18,John Hunt,211.77 19,Timothy Kauble,211.74 20,Allie Clarke,211.51
POINTS 1,Gene Stus,9735 2,Robert Glass,9540 3,Bob Chamberlain,9118 4,Ron Winger,7968 5,Mark Roth,7760 6,Roger Workman ,7733 7,Steve Neff,7260 8,George Pappas,7050 9,Dale Eagle,6868 10,Rohn Morton,6595 11,Darrell Storkson,5757 12,Dave Soutar,5460 13,Pete Couture,5300 14,Mike Winklepleck,5037 15,Norb Wetzel,4970 16,Henry Gonzalez,4811 17,Ernie Schlegel,4730 18,John Bennett,4712 19,John Hunt,4491 20,Roy Buckley,4430
MATCH PLAY APPEARANCES 1,Mark Roth,5 1,Pete Couture,5 1,Bob Chamberlain,5 4,Robert Glass,4 4,Gene Stus,4 4,Steve Neff,4 4,Darrell Storkson,4 4,Ron Winger,4 4,Dave Davis,4 10,Roger Workman,3 10,George Pappas,3 10,Mel Wolf,3 10,Takeo Sakai,3 10,Dale Eagle,3 10,Dave Soutar,3 10,Ernie Schlegel,3 17,Norb Wetzel,2 17,Roy Buckley,2 17,Henry Gonzalez,2 17,Junichi Yajima,2 17,Guppy Troup,2 17,Rohn Morton,2 17,Mike Winklepleck,2 17,John Bennett,2 17,Bob Handley,2 17,John Hunt,2 17,Dave Bernhardt,2 17,Teata Semiz,2 17,Michael Henry,2 17,Vince Mazzanti Jr.,2 17,Ross Packard,2 17,Allie Clarke,2 17,Dick Baker,2 17,Fred McClain,2 17,John Shreve Sr.,2 17,Gary Hiday,2 17,Ronald Garr,2 17,Gary Dickinson,2
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND APPEARANCES 1,Mark Roth,4 2,Pete Couture,3 2,Bob Chamberlain,3 4,Robert Glass,2 4,Gene Stus ,2 4,Steve Neff,2 4,Darrell Storkson,2 4,Ron Winger,2 4,Dave Davis,2 10,Roger Workman ,1 10,George Pappas,1 10,Mel Wolf ,1 10,Takeo Sakai,1 10,Dale Eagle,1 10,Dave Soutar ,1 10,Ernie Schlegel,1 10,Norb Wetzel,1 10,Roy Buckley,1 10,Henry Gonzalez,1 10,Junichi Yajima,1 10,Guppy Troup,1 10,Rohn Morton,1 10,Mike Winklepleck,1 10,John Bennett,1 10,Bob Handley,1
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2002 PBA Regional Schedule

by PBA Editor June 23, 2002 19:00
2002 PBA REGIONAL SCHEDULE ***SUBJECT TO CHANGE*** Date, Region, Center, City, Winner JANUARY Jan. 18-20, MidWest New North Lanes, Taylorville, Ill. (Senior), Dick Weber Jan. 18-20, South Boulevard Lanes, Anderson, S.C. (Senior), Dale Eagle Jan. 25-27, South Park Ten Lanes, Diamondhead, Miss., Norm Titus FEBRUARY Feb. 1-3, South ,Ocean Lanes, Ocean Springs, Miss. ,Don Dupree Feb. 1-3, SouthWest Astro Bowl, San Antonio, Texas, David Ozio Feb. 22-24, SouthWest Max Bowl West, Houston, Texas, Tony Melendez MARCH March 1-3, Central Buckeye Lanes, North Olmsted, Ohio, Michael Haugen Jr. March 1-3, MidWest Stars & Strikes Bowling Center, Scott AFB, Ill., Dale Traber March 8-10, NorthWest/West Pinion Plaza, Carson City, Nev., Ben Laughlin March 8-10, South Laneglo Bowl, New Port Richey, Fla., Stoney Baker March 15-17, South Brunswick County Lanes, Shallotte, N.C., Chris Collins March 22-24, NorthWest/West Caveman Bowl, Grants Pass, Ore., Chris Warren March 22-24, South Warwick Lanes, Bermuda, Kent Wagner March 22-24, SouthWest Holiday Lanes, Lawton, Okla., Wes Malott March 29-31, South Coquina Lanes, Palm Coast, Fla., Steve Wilson APRIL April 5-7, East Rockaway Lanes, Rockaway, N.J., Ryan Shafer April 5-7, MidWest Herrin Bowl, Herrin, Ill., Jeff Carter April 5-7, NorthWest Go Bowl, Pasco, Wash., Hugh Miller April 5-7, South Ocean Lanes, Ocean Springs, Miss. (Senior), Chuck Pierce April 5-7, SouthWest Firelake Bowling Center, Shawnee, Okla., Ritchie Allen April 5-7, West Fantasy Lanes, Indio, Calif., Dennis Horan Jr. April 12-14, Central Suburban Lanes, Bucyrus, Ohio, Riga Kalfas April 12-14, MidWest Bee Hive Bowl, Waterloo, Ill. (Senior), Don Johnson April 12-14, South Dragon Lanes, Fayetteville, N.C., Tommy Jones April 12-14, West AMF Chris-town Lanes, Phoenix, Ariz., David Street April 19-21, Central/Midwest Century Bowl, Holland, Mich., Mike Sopper April 19-21, East Port Watson Recreation, Cortland, N.Y. (Senior), Mark Roth April 19-21, MidWest High Top Bowl, Highland, Ill. (Senior), Bob Glass April 19-21, South Orange Bowl, Lakeland, Fla., Don Yoshihara April 21-23, West Lihue Bowling Center, Kauai, Hawaii, Dave Arnold April 26-28, West Barber's Point, Oahu, Hawaii, Tony Reyes April 26-28, East Shippensburg Park Lanes, Shippensburg, Pa., Tommy Delutz Jr. April 26-28, MidWest/Southwest Laurel Lanes, Raytown, Mo., Bob Hileman April 26-28, South The Bowling Center, Rocky Mt., N.C., Patrick Allen MAY May 3-5, MidWest Bowl-A-Vard Lanes, Madison, Wis., Steve Jaros May 3-5, MidWest North Star Lanes, Antigo, Wis. (Senior), Richard Hunt May 3-5, South Cherokee Lanes, Canton, Ga., Darin Hays May 10-12, MidWest/Southwest Bartlett Lanes, Bartlett, Tenn., Steve Jaros May 10-12, South Carolina Lanes, Mathews, N.C., Walter Ray Williams Jr. May 10-12, West/Southwest Desert Lanes, Ft. Huachuca, Ariz., Michael Haugen Jr. May 17-19, East Hoe Bowl Orange Lanes, Walden, N.Y., Tim Beaver May 17-19, MidWest Willowbrook Lanes, Willowbrook, Ill., Scott Smith May 17-19, NorthWest Sunset Bowl, Seattle, Wash., Hugh Miller May 17-19, NorthWest Sunset Bowl, Seattle, Wash. (Senior), Rohn Morton May 17-19, South Franklin Bowl, Franklin, Va., Walter Ray Williams Jr. May 17-19, West AMF Visalia , Visalia, Calif., Dennis Horan Jr. May 25-27, South Ft. Pierce Bowl, Ft. Pierce, Fla., Tommy Jones May 31-June 2, Central/Midwest Stardust Bowl II, Merrillville, Ind., Lennie Boresch May 31-June 2, East Sunset Lanes, Albany, N.Y., Wayne Krampitz May 31-June 2, SouthWest AMF Lewisville Lanes, Lewisville, Texas, Corey Atkinson May 31-June 2, West Havasu Lanes, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Wayne Webb JUNE June 9-13, Regional Players Champ. Gold Coast Hotel, Las Vegas, Nev., Wes Malott June 21-23, Central/Midwest Lombard Lanes, Lombard, Ill., Bob Learn Jr. June 21-23, Central/Midwest Lombard Lanes, Lombard, Ill. (Senior), Otis Nixon June 21-23, South AMF Chesapeake, Chesapeake, Va., Tommy Jones June 21-23, SouthWest Leisure Lanes, Albuquerque, N.M., Mark Williams June 28-30, East Hoe Bowl on the Hill, Kingston, N.Y. June 28-30, MidWest AMF Dick Weber Lanes, Florissant, Mo. June 28-30, MidWest Beverly Lanes, Palatine, Ill. (Senior) June 28-30, NorthWest Lilac Lanes, Spokane, Wash. June 28-30, NorthWest Lilac Lanes, Spokane, Wash. (Senior) June 28-30, South Yonah Lanes, Cleveland, Ga. June 28-30, SouthWest College Bowl, Texarkana, Texas June 28-30, West Double Decker Lanes, Rohnert Park, Calif. JULY July 5-7, South All Star Lanes, Florence, S.C. July 12-14, Central Sunnybrook Lanes, Sterling Heights, Mich. July 12-14, Central Sunnybrook Lanes, Sterling Heights, Mich. (Senior) July 12-14, East AMF Country Club Lanes, Baltimore, Md. July 12-14, MidWest Schwoegler's Parktowne Lanes, Madison, Wis. July 12-14, MidWest Schwoegler's Parktowne Lanes, Madison, Wis. (Senior) July 12-14, NorthWest Leilani Lanes, Seattle, Wash. July 12-14, NorthWest Leilani Lanes, Seattle, Wash. (Senior) July 12-14, South Liberty Lanes, Gastonia, N.C. July 12-14, South Lynchburg Bowl, Lynchburg, Va. (Senior) July 19-21, Central Cherry Grove Lanes, Cincinnati, Ohio July 19-21, East Bowlers Club, Latham, N.Y. (Senior) July 19-21, MidWest/Southwest Jonesboro Bowling Center, Jonesboro, Ark. July 19-21, MidWest Wally Seymour Lanes, Seymour, Wis. (Senior) July 19-21, South Ft. Gordon Lanes, Ft. Gordon, Ga. July 19-21, South Brunswick Holiday Lanes, Johnson City, Tenn. (Senior) July 26-28, Central Dixie Bowl Lanes, Louisville, Ky. July 26-28, East Cedar Lanes, Lebanon & Palmyra, Pa. July 26-28, MidWest Marycrest Lanes, Kankakee, Ill. July 26-28, MidWest Poplar Creek Bowl, Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Senior) July 26-28, NorthWest Tyee Lanes, Everett, Wash. July 26-28, South Spring Hill Lanes, Springhill, Fla. July 26-28, SouthWest Sunset Bowl, Pueblo, Colo. July 26-28, West Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl, Dublin, Calif. AUGUST Aug. 2-4, East Belle-Aire Lanes, West Caldwell, N.J. (Senior) Aug. 2-4, MidWest King Pin Lanes, Springfield, Ill. Aug. 2-4, MidWest Victory Lanes, Kankakee, Ill. (Senior) Aug. 2-4, NorthWest Burke's Valley Bowl, Caldwell, Idaho Aug. 2-4, South Brevard Bowl, Melbourne, Fla. Aug. 9-11, East Stanton Lanes, Wilkes Barre, Pa. Aug. 9-11, MidWest Airport Plaza Bowl, Bethalto, Ill. Aug. 9-11, South Colonial Lanes, Orlando, Fla. Aug. 9-11, West AMF Rocket Bowl, Chatsworth, Calif. Aug. 16-18, Central Georgetown Bowl, Fort Wayne, Ind. Aug. 16-18, East Flamingo Bowl, Liverpool, N.Y. Aug. 16-18, East Lakeview Lanes, Fulton, N.Y. (Senior) Aug. 16-18, MidWest Super Bowl, Peru, Ill. Aug. 16-18, NorthWest Milwaukie Bowl, Milwaukie, Ore. Aug. 16-18, South AMF South Hills Lanes, Cary, N.C. Aug. 16-18, South Kernersville Bowl, Kernersville, N.C. (Senior) Aug. 16-18, SouthWest Hallmark Lanes, Killeen, Texas Aug. 23-25, Central Sequoia Pro Bowl, Columbus, Ohio Aug. 23-25, East Maple Bowl, Pennsauken, N.J. Aug. 23-25, South AMF Triangle Lanes, Charleston, S.C. Aug. 23-25, SouthWest Don Carter Lanes, Dallas, Texas Aug. 23-25, West AMF Cabrillo Lanes, Watsonville, Calif. Aug. 30-Sept. 1, MidWest Holiday Lanes, Albert Lea, Minn. (Senior) Aug. 30-Sept. 1, South Tucker Bowl, Tucker, Ga. Aug. 30-Sept. 1, South Northside Lanes, Winston-Salem, N.C. (Senior) SEPTEMBER Sept. 6-8, East King Pin Lanes, Rome, N.Y. Sept. 6-8, South TBA, TBA Sept. 6-8, MidWest St. Charles Bowl, St. Charles, Ill. (Senior) Sept. 6-8, West Shake, Rattle and Bowl, Camp Verde, Ariz. Sept. 13-15, Central Al-Mar Lanes, Bowling Green, Ohio (Senior) Sept. 13-15, NorthWest (R.P.C.) Gladstone Lanes, Gladstone, Ore. Sept. 13-15, SouthWest/West Santa Ana Star, San Bernallilo, N.M. Sept. 13-15, South Bonneyman Bowl, Camp LeJeune, N.C. Sept. 13-15, South Bonneyman Bowl, Camp LeJeune, N.C. (Senior) Sept. 20-22 , Central/MidWest AMF Waukesha Lanes, Waukesha, Wis. Sept. 20-22, South Farmville Bowl, Farmville, Va. Sept. 20-22, South Interstate Bowl, Bristol, Tenn. (Senior) Sept. 20-22, SouthWest Broomfield Bowl, Broomfield, Colo. Sept. 27-29, East Mardi Bob Lanes, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Sept. 27-29, MidWest (R.P.C.) Regatta II, Thiensville, Wis. Sept. 27-29, NorthWest Eastmont Lanes, East Wenatchee, Wash. Sept. 27-29, NorthWest Eastmont Lanes, East Wenatchee, Wash. (Senior) Sept. 27-29, South Valley Lanes, Harrisonburg, Va. Sept. 27-29, West TBA TBA OCTOBER Oct. 4-6, Central Varsity Lanes, Bowling Green, Ohio Oct. 4-6, East Bowling on the Green, Staten Island, N.Y. Oct. 4-6, MidWest/SouthWest Enterprise Lanes, Springfield, Mo. Oct. 4-6, South Neffers Lanes, Homossassa, Fla. (Senior) Oct. 4-6, West TBA , TBA Oct. 11-13, East (R.P.C.) TBA TBA Oct. 11-13, NorthWest Lava Lanes, Bend, Ore. Oct. 11-13, SouthWest (R.P.C.) Diamond Lanes, Pasadena, Texas Oct. 11-13, West AMF Riverside Lanes, Riverside, Calif. Oct. 18-20, MidWest Arrowhead Lanes, Champaign, Ill. (Senior) Oct. 18-20, NorthWest Lake Bowl, Moses Lake, Wash. Oct. 18-20, South (R.P.C.) Creekside Lanes, Winston-Salem, N.C. Oct. 18-20, SouthWest TBA, TBA Oct. 25-27, Central (R.P.C.) Do-Ri-Me Lanes, Richmond, Ind. Oct. 25-27, East Shippensburg Park Lanes, Shippensburg, Pa. (Senior) Oct. 25-27, MidWest Highland Park Bowl, Moline, Ill. (Senior) Oct. 25-27, SouthWest Diamond Lanes, Pasadena, Texas Oct. 25-27, West Palo Alto Bowl, Palo Alto, Calif. NOVEMBER Nov. 1-3, Central Monroe Sport Center, Monroe, Mich. Nov. 1-3, Central Monroe Sport Center, Monroe, Mich. (Senior) Nov. 1-3, MidWest Lancer Lanes, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Nov. 1-3, South, Wayne Lanes, Waynesboro, Va. (Senior) Nov. 1-3, SouthWest Sun Lanes, Las Cruces, N.M. Nov. 1-3, West (R.P.C.) TBA, TBA Nov. 8-10, Central Ken Bowl Lanes, Louisville, Ky. (Senior) Nov. 8-10, MidWest Nokonis Bowl, Nokonis, Ill. (Senior) Nov. 8-10, NorthWest Town & Country Lanes, Keizer, Ore. Nov. 8-10, West Country Club Bowl, Mesa, Ariz. (Senior) Nov. 15-17, East/Central Recckio's Lanes, Buffalo, N.Y. Nov. 22-24, MidWest Knittig's Bowl, Cahokia, Ill. Nov. 22-24, South Ft. Walton Bowl, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Nov. 22-24, South Century Lanes-Ft. Jackson, Columbia, S.C. (Senior) Nov. 22-24, West AMF Sierra Lanes, Fresno, Calif. Nov. 29-Dec. 1, South, Surfside Lanes, Surfside Beach, S.C. Nov. 29-Dec. 1, SouthWest Park Central Recreation Center, Pt. Arthur, Texas (Doubles) DECEMBER Dec. 3-5, Regional Players Classic, National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. Dec. 6-8, SouthWest/NorthWest/West National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. Dec. 6-8, SouthWest/NorthWest/West National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (Senior) Dec. 6-8, South Northside Lanes, North Augusta, S.C. Dec. 6-8, South Stafford Green Bowl, Stafford, Va. (Senior) Dec. 13-15, Central North Lanes, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Dec. 13-15, East Strikemaster Lanes, Seaford, Del. Dec. 13-15, MidWest Sparetime Lanes, Decatur, Ill. Dec. 13-15, South Countryside Lanes, Clearwater, Fla. Dec. 13-15, SouthWest Flamingo Bowl, McAllen, Texas Dec. 20-22, South Golden Lanes, Simpsonville, S.C. Dec. 27-29, South AMF Boynton Bowl, Boynton Beach, Fla. R.P.C. - Regional Players Championship
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