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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2011

Second Half of 2010 Highlights

January 7, 2011

By: Mark Martin

SECOND HALF OF 2010 HIGHLIGHTS

July – Matt Randall of Allen Park beat Jeff Edwards of Sterling Heights at Five Star Lanes in Sterling Heights to win the monthly MMBA event. Dave Eatmon of Ferndale brought home the NSBA title from Colonial Lanes in Ann Arbor over Ken Kossick of Commerce Township. Mike Norris Jr. of Melvindale set the series record of 869 for Sport Bowling in the Dan Ottman Memorial PBA Experience league at Sunnybrook Lanes in Sterling Heights. He eclipsed the previous record by seven pins.

August – Mike Lee of Dearborn Heights beat Tim Magyar of Redford to capture the NSBA month event at Troy Lanes in Troy. The 74th Annual Gavie Tournament kicked off the bowling season in Detroit at Thunderbowl Lanes. A total of 116 team competed in one of the largest one-day tournaments around. Winning teams were the Drunk Horns, Boy Bye and the Not Much teams in their respective divisions. Matt Anderson of Holly, bowling in his first MMBA tournament, beat Dale Hofmeister of Essexville at Galaxy Lanes in Grand Blanc.

September – The Detroit Bowling Hall of Fame class of 2010 was announced which included Novella Daniels of Harper Woods, Mark Moore of Macomb, Jerry Owczarski of South Lyon and Paul Stuart of Ferndale. Induction ceremonies were in October. After finishing second three times during 2010 Dale Hofmeister finally won his record 16th MMBA title with a triumph over Craig Nidiffer of Monroe at Royal Scot Lanes in Lansing.

October – Craig Nidiffer, after finishing second the previous month, beat Ed Danner of Otter Lake in the MMBA at Bay Lanes in Bay City. Dick Selgo of Archbold, Ohio beat Rick Gregor of Sterling Heights at Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights to win the NSBA tournament. Jordan Hornes of Westland and A’Shawntae White of Detroit won the boy’s and girl’s divisions respectively of the MDUSBC Junior Masters at Royal Lanes in Warren.

November – Rick Capaldi of Canton won the MDUSBC Super Senior Masters at Royal Lanes in Warren with a victory over Ed Austreng of Waterford Township. Aaron Lorincz of Belleville won his first MMBA title in the 44th Annual Championship tournament at Cherry Hill Lanes in Dearborn Heights over Jeff Roche of Dearborn Heights. D.J. Hochstein of White Lake and Joe Manor of Lansing are inducted into the MMBA Hall of Fame. Dan Mayer of Waterford Township beat Joe Buffa of Macomb at Taylor Lanes in Taylor in the month NSBA event. Bowling legends Eddie Lubanski and award winning Detroit Free Press bowling writer Matt Fiorito pass away.

December – Longtime Pontiac Women’s Bowling Association secretary Jan Willson of Clarkston passes away. Aleksandra (Sasha) Hudak of Taylor won the MDUSBC Queens over Nicole Aleo of Sterling Heights at Shelby Lanes in Shelby Township. Mike McCleskey of Southfield won the NSBA Holiday Classic at Plaza Lanes in Plymouth over Tony Stipcak of Redford. Ray Eddy III of Saginaw won his second major title of the Budweiser Michigan Majors by winning the Tournament of Champions over top-seeded Mason Brantley of Detroit at Plaza Lanes in Plymouth.

Mason Brantley of Detroit recorded the top number of 300 games during 2010 with 11. Topping Oakland County bowlers with five were Michael Atkins of Pontiac and Julius Bierkamp of Ferndale.

Mason Brantley of Detroit and Mark Brown of Warren broke the metro Detroit record when each had an 880 series during 2010. Brantley bowled his on April 10 at Plum Hollow Lanes in Southfield when he started with 280 and followed up with back-to-back 300 games. Brown had his on Nov. 26 at Shore Lanes in St. Clair Shores. His set included games of 290, 290 and 300.

Allen Bordui Jr. of Detroit had the most 800 series during the year with seven, which included a high series of 853. Jeffrey Austreng of Waterford Township topped the Oakland County bowlers with six with an 831 high.

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MDUSBC QUEENS

Aleksandra (Sasha) Hudak of Taylor won the Metro Detroit USBC Association Queens title on Sunday with a thrilling 239-235 triumph over Nicole Aleo of Sterling Heights at Shelby Lanes in Shelby Township.

Hudak barely qualified by finishing in the last spot for match play with a six-game total of 1,298 on games of 224-237-188-236-222-191. In match play she defeated top qualifier Erin Williams of Detroit 244-222, Kelly Konarski of Sterling Heights 266-194 and Debra Dickerson Detroit 222-199 en route to the championship match.

She averaged 226.9 for 10 games of tournament competition. This is her first year in adult competition. Previously she had won the Girls Division of the MDUSBC Junior Masters.

“This is a great beginning to my adult bowling career.” said Hudak.

Aleo qualified second with 1,475 on games of 279-246-225-278-223-224. She beat Ralene Misiak of Warren 266-189, Sherry Uhlman of St. Clair Shores 213-197 and Jennifer Churchill of Windsor 265-213 on her way to the final match. She averaged 245.4.

Hudak took home the top check of $1,000 plus a tiara pendent necklace and picture frame compliments of Chinn Jewelry. Aleo settled for $500.

Local cashers were Heather Judge of Milford for $125, Consuelo Cleveland of Ferndale $100, LaVern George of Waterford Township $75 and Josephine Bashara of Wixom $75.

The event was sponsored by Turbo 2-N-1 Grips, Turbo Tech and Chinn Jewelry.
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Does anyone know who bowled with Angela Wilt and Jossie Bashara when they bowled the USBC team high series for 2009/10?


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http://usbcongress.http.internapcdn.net/usbcongress/bowl/flashmodule/images/2009-10%20National%20Team%20Highs.pdf

Wrong year?
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My bad it was Novella Daniels with Angela and the two guys are pretty good too.  Mason Brantley and Duane Henderson.

 

2-Men, 2-Women game

Date bowled: June 6, 2010

Score: 1,094

City: Wayne, Mich.

Bowlers: Novella Daniels 289, Angela

Wilt 249, Mason Brantley 277, Duane

Henderson 279

2-Men, 2-Women series

Date bowled: June 6, 2010

Score: 3,102

City: Wayne, Mich.

Bowlers: Novella Daniels 761, Angela

Wilt 721, Mason Brantley 834, Duane

Henderson 786


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Yah, I was going to say Brantley, but I thought he was talking about only women's events.
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