Woo, go Lennie and Linds! http://www.bowl.com/temparticles/LennieBoresch.html
LAS VEGAS - In 1989, Lennie Boresch Jr. of Kenosha, Wis., had a breakout year at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships, and he has been a dominant competitor on the tournament lanes ever since.
On Monday night, the 46-year-old right-hander proved he's only gotten better with age as he posted the highest all-events score of his 28-year tournament career and took the Regular All-Events lead with a 2,223 total. He had 752 in doubles, 743 in team and 728 in singles. Don Burdick of DeKalb, Ill., previously held the lead with 2,168.
Boresch also helped Linds Limited of Milwaukee into the top spot in Team All-Events with a 10,372 total, the third-highest score since the category was introduced in 1947. Turbo 2-N-1 Grips 1 of Madison, Wis., previously held the lead with 10,317.
Dale Traber, who returned to the USBC Open Championships after a three-year hiatus due to his exempt status on the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour, added 2,080 for Linds Limited and was joined by Gary Daroszewski (2,080), Ryan Lever (1,995) and Gus Yannaras (1,994).