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#86519 - 04/03/09 06:11 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: Richie V.]
Richie V. Offline
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http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15436&f=1

Vincent Yoder of Wooster, OH shot the 10th 300 game and 2nd 800 series of the tournament Wednesday night to take the Regular Singles lead with an 810 score. The 300 was flanked by games of 231 and 279.

http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15435&f=1

Lexington, KY's Don Johnson Memorial carried over their success in the team event to doubles and singles on Wednesday to take the lead in Team All-Events w/ a score of 10,056, the 10th highest Team All-Events score in tournament history. Team member Andres Gomez of Weston, FL, a former PBA Tour exempt player, backed up his 702 team performance with 746 in doubles and 682 in singles to move into 2nd place in Regular All-Events w/ a 2,130 score.
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#86590 - 04/04/09 10:45 AM Re: USBC Open [Re: Richie V.]
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It appears they have some pretty good shooters in that group.

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#86911 - 04/06/09 05:34 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: jaws1945]
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Getting caught up b/c I hadn't been doing my Google News search all weekend...

http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15442&f=1

Turbo 2-N-1 Grips 1 out of Madison, WI took the lead in Regular Team on Friday night...

http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15444&f=1

...then took the Team All-Events lead with the fifth-highest score (10,317) since Team All-Events records were first kept in 1947, on Saturday. Team members Mike Shady and and Marc McDowell were a big part of this, as they also took the lead in Regular Doubles (1,474). Shady is now 2nd in Regular All-Events with a 2,133 score.
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#86913 - 04/06/09 05:44 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: Richie V.]
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That's a very accomplished group as several if not all of them have an Eagle to their name as well as some regional experiences and titles.
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#86914 - 04/06/09 05:47 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: Richie V.]
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Mike Shady and Marc McDowell are two of my favorites from the pba tour in the 90s, not surprising they did well.

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#86920 - 04/06/09 07:48 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: CoachJim]
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On the bowl.com message boards for Nationals, Riggs is a regular. He has been talking about how they were going to attack the lanes. He posted where they bowled, what equipment he used, and how the lanes broke down. Very good info. I hope that this doesn't get blocked.

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#86988 - 04/07/09 05:29 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: General Pounder]
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http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15450&f=1

49-year-old Don Burdick of DeKalb, IL wanted to give his spot at the nationals to someone new, but got his spot back, and made the most of it Sunday night by taking the Regular All-Events lead with a 703 in team, 706 in doubles, and 759 in singles for 2,168. He is the first bowler in the tournament with 3 series of 700 or better.
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#87005 - 04/07/09 08:27 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: Todd]
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Hi All Bowled Wed 4/1 at 830pm Team.I'm in my second full year bowling averaging 160.This was my first nationals since 1992,but I have bowled nationals 6 times in late 70's & 80's when I lived in chicago

I was nervous but after rolling first ball really got into it we bowled on lane 22 team. I'm a straighter bowler,started out playing 12 to 15 with a Hammer Hot Sauce pearl Rolled 167-169-180 had 6 splits and 2 blows for a 516

Next day bowled graveyard s/d at 1130pm lanes 57-58 doubles,59-60 singles. Started out with Hammer Hot sauce pearl again in doubles from 15-19,rolled 176-163-182 for a 521. Singles bowled same ball 163,then my worst game 135 3 splits 2 blows and recovered with a 183 for a 481. All events 1518 which I was somewhat ok with, although I had too many splits and not enough strikes

I did better than a number of higher average bowlers in my league, so that makes me feel better

Will practice and get better for Reno next year also have state tournament May 2 & 3 with my friday league team. Since my team is bowling nationals in july and I'm on a canadian fishing trip I had to bowl with a good group of guys from StAlbans Vermont
the lanes are playable and you better bowlers should be able to score better than I did

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#87050 - 04/08/09 06:24 AM Re: USBC Open [Re: LinNevada]
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Say Richie, I really appreciate you bringing updates on scores from Nationals. It is a nice feature that I look forward to.

In your readings, do they ever say what balls are being used? Or, which balls are doing the highest scoring?

Thanks again.
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#87113 - 04/08/09 04:58 PM Re: USBC Open [Re: Dennis Michael]
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Hi Dennis...I don't think the articles ever mention equipment, but I'll keep an eye on them.

http://www.bowl.com/articleView.aspx?i=15453&f=1

50-year-old Tom Hammack of Jenks, OK almost missed his turn to compete in the Open when snow in Denver delayed his flight, but he shot a career-best 679 to move into a tie for the Classified Singles lead on Monday.
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Game: 288

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