Monday, April 30, 2012

2012 Fall-Winter season winding down, LBA Hall of Fame Ceremony Friday May 11th.

2012 produced many note worthy stories and accomplishments. Check back soon for some highlights.

For now, Rick Shawver ended the Monday Classic League in style, by shooting back to back 300's en-route to a nice 848 series.
Mark Vrbancic finished his season with a first ever 200 and 600 series in Z-Graphics.
Rich Krupar set his all time high during the last week with a 795.

It came to my attention recently that Sarah Whitman fired a super 780 series that was never published, kinda got lost in the Congrats Sarah...and Happy Belated Birthday!  lol

The 5th annual Baldo Campana PBA Regional is coming up the weekend of May 18th.  Be sure to stop in and see some of the PBA's best vye for this Regional title.  This past weekend, 77 bowlers competed in the OH Lottery qualifier, for a spot in the tournament.  Congrats to Qualifiers:

PBA Central Region Qualifiers

From the OH Lottery Qualifier at Rebmans

April 29, 2012

Congratulations to our qualifiers!

Mike Desimpelaere
John Greco
Dean Billings

 Chuck Hood
Adam Mishak
Rick Ward Jr.
Al Frazier Jr.
Justin Stookey
Frank Testa
Amanda Morrow
Bryan Buckosh
Travis Podvorac
Ross Andrysco

Senior Qualifiers
Bill Boddy
Ken Trigg
Rusty Groner
Also on Tap:  Get your tickets now from an LBA board member or see Adam at Rebmans for:
The 2012 LBA Hall of Fame Ceremony and Dinner, Friday May 11th.  Inductees are Mark Frazier who enters the Hall with 28-300 games including achieving perfection at the Ohio State Tournament and the 2010 UBBC National Championships and 18-800 series.  Pete Shullick enters the Hall with 24-300 games and 5-800's along with numerous tournament titles.  Dempsey Miller with 6- 300's and 5-800's is a perfect example of Faith and Family first and enjoying Bowling as one of God's gifts in life.  Ed Hromada made his place in bowling on the tournament circles with a fine PBA run and a cash at the historic Petterson Classic.  Congratulations to this years recipients and families.

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