3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca final results

by PBA Editor May 11, 2002 19:00
After the 9th game, Michael Haugen Jr. had only a five pin lead but he was scheduled to bowl Jim Pratt, his nearest competitor. He had lost the 9th game as the result of a 7-10 split in the 10th frame. He came out extremely aggressive with the first six strikes in the match delivering the message that if someone else was going to win, they were going to have to earn it. He won the match against Pratt, 258-238. From that point on, Haugen was in charge, increasing his lead every game. In the final match, he bowled Pratt again, but by that time, he held a 185 pin lead and had secured his 6th regional title. 3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca Open Desert Lanes, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, May 10-12, 2002 Match Play Standings after 26 Games Pos Name - Hometown Pins W L T Bon Pins Prize 1 Haugen Jr., Michael - Victorville, CA 6145 10- 6-0 300 6445 $2000.00 2 Pratt, Jim - Glendale, AZ 6067 10- 6-0 300 6367 $1200.00 3 Sargent, Marv - Temecula, CA 5913 10- 4-2 330 6243 $900.00 4 Paul Jr., Tim - Gilbert, AZ 5837 12- 3-1 375 6212 $800.00 5 Horan Jr., Dennis - Temecula, CA 5821 11- 5-0 330 6151 $700.00 6 Forkel, Eric - Northridge, CA 5804 9- 6-1 285 6089 $650.00 7 Hickenbottom, Jeff - Brea, CA 5750 8- 8-0 240 5990 $600.00 8 Bruihl, Gene - Petaluma, CA 5747 7- 9-0 210 5957 $580.00 9 Stephens, Larry - Corona, CA 5702 8- 8-0 240 5942 $570.00 10 Taylor, Mike - Las Vegas, NV 5658 7- 9-0 210 5868 $560.00 11 Thompson, Anthony - Redding, CA 5621 8- 8-0 240 5861 $550.00 12 Wilcox, Doug - Sacramento, CA 5616 6-10-0 180 5796 $540.00 13 Ballard, Matt - Peoria, AZ 5562 6-10-0 180 5742 $530.00 14 Tountas, Michael - Tucson, AZ 5507 6-10-0 180 5687 $520.00 15 Villegas, Matt - Glendale, AZ 5509 4-12-0 120 5629 $510.00 16 Jelks Jr., John - Federal Way, WA 5371 4-12-0 120 5491 $500.00 ALTERNATE: Karl Kielich $80.00 300 GAMES: Marv Sargent $100.00
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3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca final results

by PBA Editor May 11, 2002 19:00
After the 9th game, Michael Haugen Jr. had only a five pin lead but he was scheduled to bowl Jim Pratt, his nearest competitor. He had lost the 9th game as the result of a 7-10 split in the 10th frame. He came out extremely aggressive with the first six strikes in the match delivering the message that if someone else was going to win, they were going to have to earn it. He won the match against Pratt, 258-238. From that point on, Haugen was in charge, increasing his lead every game. In the final match, he bowled Pratt again, but by that time, he held a 185 pin lead and had secured his 6th regional title. 3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca Open Desert Lanes, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, May 10-12, 2002 Match Play Standings after 26 Games Pos Name - Hometown Pins W L T Bon Pins Prize 1 Haugen Jr., Michael - Victorville, CA 6145 10- 6-0 300 6445 $2000.00 2 Pratt, Jim - Glendale, AZ 6067 10- 6-0 300 6367 $1200.00 3 Sargent, Marv - Temecula, CA 5913 10- 4-2 330 6243 $900.00 4 Paul Jr., Tim - Gilbert, AZ 5837 12- 3-1 375 6212 $800.00 5 Horan Jr., Dennis - Temecula, CA 5821 11- 5-0 330 6151 $700.00 6 Forkel, Eric - Northridge, CA 5804 9- 6-1 285 6089 $650.00 7 Hickenbottom, Jeff - Brea, CA 5750 8- 8-0 240 5990 $600.00 8 Bruihl, Gene - Petaluma, CA 5747 7- 9-0 210 5957 $580.00 9 Stephens, Larry - Corona, CA 5702 8- 8-0 240 5942 $570.00 10 Taylor, Mike - Las Vegas, NV 5658 7- 9-0 210 5868 $560.00 11 Thompson, Anthony - Redding, CA 5621 8- 8-0 240 5861 $550.00 12 Wilcox, Doug - Sacramento, CA 5616 6-10-0 180 5796 $540.00 13 Ballard, Matt - Peoria, AZ 5562 6-10-0 180 5742 $530.00 14 Tountas, Michael - Tucson, AZ 5507 6-10-0 180 5687 $520.00 15 Villegas, Matt - Glendale, AZ 5509 4-12-0 120 5629 $510.00 16 Jelks Jr., John - Federal Way, WA 5371 4-12-0 120 5491 $500.00 ALTERNATE: Karl Kielich $80.00 300 GAMES: Marv Sargent $100.00
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Petraglia Rolls to Greater Detroit Lead

by PBA Editor May 11, 2002 19:00
Petraglia, Manalapan, N.J., led the 140-man field with a 2,094, nine-game pinfall total. The PBA Hall of Famer rolled 226, 215, 259, 207, 225, 229, 246, 224 and 263 games. “I’m real happy,” said the five-time senior champion. “I shot nine deuces (200s) and didn’t miss a spare. It was a great day.” Petraglia, 55, claimed his latest victory last summer in Klamath Falls, Ore. Trailing the leader by 15 pins is Detroit-area native Gene Stus. He scored a pair of 268 games en route to a 231 average. Stus, Taylor, Mich., is tied for second all-time in senior victories with 10 (Gary Dickinson). He was the 1992 PBA Senior Player of the Year. Roger Workman, Kenova, W. Va., sits in the third position. The three-time titleholder led the A-squad with 2,048 pins. Petraglia, Stus and Workman are three of 11 bowlers who have advanced to match play in both previous tournaments this season. The fourth spot belongs to Ron Winger, Tarzana, Calif., (2,046). Winger, owner of three titles, last won in 1998 (Sebring, Fla.). Rounding out the top five is former PBA Senior Player of the Year (1999) Dale Eagle (2,045). The entire field returns tomorrow for the second, nine-game qualifier round. The top 24 advance to two, eight-game rounds of match play Tuesday. The top five will vie for the title and $8,000 top prize in Tuesday night’s stepladder finals.
PBA SENIOR TOUR PBA Senior Greater Detroit Open Lodge Lanes, Belleville, Mich. Sunday, May 12 FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER (Name/Hometown followed by nine-game pinfall.) 1, John Petraglia, Manalapan, N.J., 2,094 2, Gene Stus, Taylor, Mich., 2,079 3, Roger Workman, Kenova, W. Va., 2,048 4, Ron Winger, Tarzana, Calif., 2,046 5, Dale Eagle, Tavares, Fla., 2,045 6, Dick Baker, Henderson, Nev. (TIE) Charlie Tomey, Spartanburg, S.C., 2,037 8, Rich Holden, Chinchilla, Pa., 2,027 9, Leo Scantamburlo, Riverview, Mich., 2,024 10, Rohn Morton, Vancouver, Wash., 2,022 11, Robert Glass, Lawrence, Kan., 2,012 12, Dave Soutar, Bradenton, Fla., 2,007 13, Tommy Nevitt, Jacksonville, Fla., 2,004 14, Ronald Dohrer, Dubuque, Iowa, 1,997 15, John Hunt, South San Francisco, Calif., 1,990 16, Gene Vincent, Stonington, Ill., 1,987 17, Michael Davenport, Diamond Bar, Calif. (TIE) George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C., 1,986 19, Bill Starnes, Corvallis, Ore., 1,985 20, Bob Shaffer, Barberton, Ohio, 1,984 21, Bernie Carlisle, Evansville, Ind. (TIE) Ron Amore, Washington Ct. Hse, Ohio, 1,982 23, Chuck Huckelberry, Rockford, Ill., 1,978 24, Bob Chamberlain, Auburn Hills, Mich. (TIE) Norb Wetzel, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1,976 26, Bill Lyke, East Longmeadow, Mass., 1,970 27, Samuel Morrison, Columbus, Ohio (TIE) Allie Clarke, Zanesville, Ohio, 1,966 29, Victor Portalatin, Jackson, Mich., 1,957 30, Darrell Storkson, Everett, Wash., 1,954 31, Teata Semiz, North Brunswick, N.J., 1,952 32, Ross Zeigler, Pittsburgh, 1,950 33, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1,946 34, Sal Bongiorno, Hollywood, Fla., 1,944 35, Pete Couture, Titusville, Fla., 1,943 36, Doug Evans, Southgate, Mich., 1,938 37, Mike Winklepleck, Gladstone, Ore., 1,929 38, Sonny Dorstek, Schenectady, N.Y., 1,928 39, John Bennett, Clarkston, Mich., 1,927 40, Ray Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., 1,925 41, Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 1,920 42, Jan Kravcheno Sr., Chesterton, Ind., 1,918 43, Darwin Skrzynecki, Lombard, Ill., 1,917 44, Mark Roth, Wall Township, N.J., 1,914 45, Jim Wynne Sr., Duluth, Minn., 1,913 46, Steve Neff, Homosassa Springs, Fla., 1,909 47, Gary Hiday, Indianapolis, Ind., 1,904 48, Les Zikes, Palatine, Ill., 1,899 49, Patsy DellaPenna, Palm Harbor, Fla., 1,895 50, James Gochis, Ivanhoe, Ill., 1,893 51, Guppy Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 1,889 52, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 1,888 53, Robert McDonald, Addison, Ill., 1,885 54, Larry Galloway, Lakewood, Calif. (TIE) Henry Gonzalez, Colorado Springs, Colo., 1,883 56, John Shreve Sr., Elyria, Ohio (TIE) Joe Petrowski, Baldwinsville, N.Y., 1,881 58, Larry Franz, Redford, Mich., 1,876 59, Dom Quinzi, East Rochester, N.Y., 1,875 60, Ray Randall, Dearborn, Mich., 1,874 61, Edward Buco, Berlin, Md. (TIE) Hollis McMullen, Rockville, Md., 1,873 63, Dave Davis, West Palm Beach, Fla., 1,862 64, Al Sanford, Jackson, Ohio, 1,859 65, Ric Stephan, Bloomington, Ind., 1,852 66, Roy Buckley, New Albany, Ohio, 1,850 67, Darrel Curtis, Seattle, 1,848 68, Dave Bernhardt, Shelby Twp., Mich., 1,846 69, John Milletics, Sandusky, Mich., 1,845 70, George Hall, Palatine, Ill., 1,844 71, Ronald Garr, Ridgedale, Mo., 1,843 72, Mickey Higham, Battle Creek, Mich., 1,840 73, Larry Graybeal, Elizabethton, Tenn., 1,839 74, Mike David, Montrose, Mich., 1,832 75, Bob Brissette, Toledo, Ohio, 1,826 76, Delano Boothe, Canoga Park, Calif., 1,823 77, Loren Kaiser, Albert Lea, Minn., 1,822 78, Ken Waters, Homosassa, Fla. (TIE) Jerry Hamilton, Springfield, Ohio, 1,808 80, Mel Wolf, Jackson, Mich., 1,807 81, Henry Blough, Elizabethtown, Pa. (TIE) Lee Snow, Wixom, Mich., 1,802 83, Jim Brown, Columbia, Md. (TIE) Don Boone, South Euclid, Ohio, 1,800 85, Chuck Haus, Linden, Mich., 1,797 86, John Staricha, Highland, Mich., 1,789 87, Fred McClain, Lincoln Park, Mich., 1,787 88, Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 1,785 89, Paul Koeppel, Maumee, Ohio, 1,781 90, Rich Ashe, Conneaut Lake, Pa., 1,779 91, Ronald Vandergrift, Fairmont, W. Va., 1,778 92, Andy Cummings, Jackson's Gap, Ala., 1,774 93, Lenny Guccione, Broomfield, Colo., 1,769 94, Gary Rankin, Sebring, Fla., 1,761 95, Ron Sarah, Plainfield, Ill., 1,760 96, Charlie Juliano, Batavia, N.Y., 1,758 97, Dave Kangas, Gwinn, Mich., 1,757 98, Gary Larrick Sr., Jacksonville, Fla. (TIE) Ray Kreuter, Westland, Mich., 1,746 100, Jerry Walls, Kennewick, Wash. (TIE) Aron Lipshy, Roseville, Mich., 1,745 102, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 1,743 103, Joseph LaBellarte, Chicago, Ill., 1,741 104, Chuck Best, Buda, Texas, 1,739 105, Mike Pullin, Rochelle, Ill., 1,730 106, John Ireland, Lumberton, N.C., 1,727 107, Jim Hunt, Albion, Mich. (TIE) Stan Knowles, Kalida, Ohio, 1,714 109, Jerry Owczarski, Pontiac, Mich., 1,712 110, Harv Pallas, Stevensville, Mich., 1,710 111, Mike Sansone Jr., The Villages, Fla., 1,708 112, Robert Godwin, Morgantown, W. Va., 1,695 113, Joseph Kopko, West Newton, Pa., 1,686 114, Ronald Peters, Boyne City, Mich., 1,683 115, Larry Hall, Marengo, Iowa, 1,681 116, Joseph Sparks, Taylor, Mich. (TIE) Tom Hart, Morgantown, W. Va., 1,680 118, Doug Hosking, Elizabethtown, Pa., 1,677 119, Chuck Pierce, Dallas, TX, 1,674 120, Rich Giragosian, Charlotte, N.C., 1,668 121, John Zubor, Allen Park, Mich., 1,664 122, Robert Grigsby, Midlothian, Texas, 1,648 123, Frank Spada, Greenville, S.C., 1,636 124, Charles Sitko, Jackson, Mich., 1,635 125, Albert Woolum, N. Richland Hills, Texas (TIE) Will Friedrich, Green Bay, Wis., 1,622 127, Fred Baldwin, Sturgis, Mich., 1,621 128, Joe Fitzsimmons, Waterford, Mich., 1,620 129, Don Torok, South Bend, Ind. (TIE) Randy Niehaus, Rockford, Ill., 1,612 131, Allen Meskan, Wood Dale, Ill., 1,589 132, Jerry Caldwell, Oxford, Mich., 1,587 133, Richard Boggs, Fort Myers Beach, Fla., 1,585 134, Perry Keplinger, Amherst, Ohio, 1,577 135, Dane Bertram, Oxford, Mich., 1,547 136, John Gage, Albion, Pa., 1,541 137, Jack Oliphant, Monroe, Mich., 1,534 138, Timothy Bates, Orlando, Fla., 1,517 139, Rudy Piitaway, Tecumseh,, Mich., 1,469 140, Bill Arnold, Heath, Ohio, 347 300 Games (Round One): Rich Holden, Rohn Morton
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PBA South Greater Charlotte Open

by PBA Editor May 10, 2002 19:00
In the final game of match play Patrick Allen defeated Walter Ray Williams, Jr 265 - 257. Billy Rohde defeated Chris Collins 279 - 223, knocking Chris down to 5th place. Also, Doug Becker defeated Neil Croinex 268 - 233 to move into 4th and knock Neil out by 6 pins. Neil needed a strike on the first ball in the 10th to make it to the stepladder finals but left a 4 pin and had to settle for 6th. Top 5 for stepladder finals: 1st Patrick Allen 2nd Walter Ray Williams, Jr 3rd Billy Rohde 4th Doug Becker 5th Chris Collins Match 1 Chris started with the first 6 and Doug had 2 splits in the first 6 frames. Chris Collins 245 Doug Becker 192 Match 2 Billy had 8 out of the first 9 strikes and ran away with this match. Chris Collins 205 Billy Rohde 257 Match 3 Walter started with the first 9 and won this match easily. Billy Rohde 221 Walter Ray Williams, Jr 279 Match 4 Walter had all 12 shots in the pocket and left a 7 pin, 4 pin and a 10 pin. Patrick kept coming up high and could not finad the pocket. Walter Ray Williams, Jr 238 Patrick Allen 158 6 NEIL CROINEX - DAYTONA, FL. 1687 1762 1716 5165 215.21 12 4 0 5525 +725 6 $800 7 TONY CAMPAGNA - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 1694 1632 1805 5131 213.79 10 6 0 5431 +631 100 $700 8 CHRIS HAYDEN - TAMPA, FL 1777 1644 1695 5116 213.17 8 8 0 5356 +556 175 $650 9 ANDY ZOOK - RALEIGH,NC 1668 1673 1704 5045 210.21 10 6 0 5345 +545 186 $600 10 PETE DOHAN - TAMPA, FL. 1703 1575 1787 5065 211.04 9 7 0 5335 +535 196 $575 11 BRUCE BYRD (S) - LEXINGTON, NC 1664 1698 1710 5072 211.33 8 8 0 5312 +512 219 $550 12 JEFF HIMES - CONCORD, NC 1682 1605 1777 5064 211.00 8 8 0 5304 +504 227 $530 13 JEFF LEAPHART - COLUMBIA,SC 1793 1611 1741 5145 214.38 5 11 0 5295 +495 236 $515 14 TOMMY JONES - GREENVILLE,SC 1711 1534 1773 5018 209.08 8 8 0 5258 +458 273 $500 15 TIM CRISS (OR) - BELAIR, MD 1677 1670 1646 4993 208.04 7 9 0 5203 +403 328 $490 16 KEITH LESKO - ATLANTA, GA 1666 1633 1654 4953 206.38 8 8 0 5193 +393 338 $480 17 JASON HURD - TITUSVILLE, FL. 1702 1413 1838 4953 206.38 7 9 0 5163 +363 368 $470 18 TIMOTHY BRAME - LEXINGTON, NC 1788 1626 1545 4959 206.63 6 10 0 5139 +339 392 $460 19 JEFF SCHRUM - CHERRYVILLE, NC 1713 1647 1511 4871 202.96 8 8 0 5111 +311 420 $450 20 ROBERT WAY - SANFORD,NORTH CAROLINA 1696 1663 1475 4834 201.42 6 10 0 5014 +214 517 $440 21 BUDDY BUNFORD - TAMPA, FL. 1696 1575 1509 4780 199.17 6 10 0 4960 +160 571 $430 22 SHAWN EVANS - SATELLITE BCH, FL 1667 1548 1503 4718 196.58 4 12 0 4838 +38 693 $420 23 TOM HIGDON (S) - BROADWAY, NC 1696 1500 1408 4604 191.83 5 11 0 4754 -46 777 $410 24 MAC SANDERS - TAYLORS, SC 1689 1391 1527 4607 191.96 2 14 0 4667 -133 864 $400 For the rest of the scores go to pbamembers.com click on tournament info click on south scroll down to the tournament name and click on it
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3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca qualifying results

by PBA Editor May 10, 2002 19:00
Due to a number of circumstances, the practice session in Friday was extended. Gene Bruihl took full advantage of the extra time, practicing the full 3½ hours and it paid off. After the 10 games of qualifying, Bruihl sits atop the field. The former WR Bowler of the Year averaged 230.1 and holds a 21 pin lead over Anthony Thompson. The strong finals field, all but three have titles, will bowl 16 games of head-to-head matchplay on Sunday. 3rd Ann. Ft. Huachuca Open Desert Lanes, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, May 10-12, 2002 Qualifying Standings after 10 Games Pos Name - Hometown Pins Prize 1 Bruihl, Gene - Petaluma, CA 2301 2 Thompson, Anthony - Redding, CA 2280 3 Pratt, Jim - Glendale, AZ 2270 4 Hickenbottom, Jeff - Brea, CA 2257 5 Haugen Jr., Michael - Victorville, CA 2244 6 Wilcox, Doug - Sacramento, CA 2231 7 Taylor, Mike - Las Vegas, NV 2215 8 Horan Jr., Dennis - Temecula, CA 2202 9 Tountas, Michael - Tucson, AZ 2201 10 Ballard, Matt - Peoria, AZ 2194 11 Sargent, Marv - Temecula, CA 2185 12 Forkel, Eric - Northridge, CA 2184 13 Paul Jr., Tim - Gilbert, AZ 2178 14 Jelks Jr., John - Federal Way, WA 2172 15 Stephens, Larry - Corona, CA 2171 16 Villegas, Matt - Glendale, AZ 2162 17 Kielich, Karl - El Paso, TX 2156 $300.00 18 Leverage, David - Peoria, AZ 2154 $260.00 19 Hohnstein, Shawn - Sierra Vista, AZ 2148 $230.00 20 Jacques, Bob - Sierra Vista, AZ 2146 $215.00 21 Florie Jr., Victor - Colton, CA 2139 $205.00 22 Markiewicz, Bob - San Diego, CA 2137 23 Ramirez, Art - Hemet, CA 2116 24 Laster, Bob - Bullhead City, AZ 2112 25 Patterson, C.J. - Los Lunas, NM 2106 26 Cahalan, Pat - Gilbert, AZ 2093 27 Hofmann, Carey - Glendale, AZ 2079 28 Simonis, Ron - Mesa, AZ 2068 29 Laughlin, Ben - Glendale, AZ 2053 30 Miller, Rich - Tucson, AZ 2037 31 Yoder, Paul - Albuquerque, NM 2025 32 Massey, Jeff - Simi Valley, CA 2011 33 Norris, Scot - Fountain Hills, AZ 2006 34 Machin, Billy - Simi Valley, CA 1997 35 Scroggins, Mark - Amarillo, TX 1995 36 Gothard, Vince - Ft. Huachuca, AZ 1995 37 Fisher, Don - Phoenix, AZ 1990 38 Burke Sr., Stoney - Rio Rancho, NM 1989 39 Fox, Matthew - Sierra Vista, AZ 1970 40 Williams, Gary - Huachuca City, AZ 1967 41 Burke Jr., Stoney - Rio Rancho, NM 1967 42 Nassberg, Jordan - Tempe, AZ 1966 43 Terry, Stan - San Jose, CA 1961 44 Ortag, Joe - Mesa, AZ 1953 45 Dupper, John - Marana, AZ 1951 46 Adams, Darrell - Scottsdale, AZ 1946 47 Tropea, Nick - Phoenix, AZ 1911 48 McBride, Richard - Tucson, AZ 1910 49 Aftanski, Mike - Phoenix, AZ 1907 50 Scheetz, Greg - Phoenix, AZ 1904 51 Buglino, Larry - Phoenix, AZ 1898 52 Burnham, Steve - Las Cruces, NM 1893 53 Mohr, Charles - Colorado Springs, CO 1871 54 French, Shane - Los Alamos, NM 1856 55 Carter, Randy - Hereford, AZ 1850 56 Francis, Rick - Galt, CA 1785 57 Reich, Michael - Tucson, AZ 1767 58 Brizee, Alan - Tucson, Az 1741 59 Taylor, Jeff - San Diego, CA 1735 60 Sickler, Ralph - Chandler, AZ 1696 61 Johnson, Fred - Las Cruces, NM 1659 62 Martin, Don - Cal-Nev-Ari, NV 1624 63 Smart, Larry - San Jose, CA 880 w/d
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