PBA to Donate Go Bowling! PBA Tour and PBA50 Tour Player Fines to BVL

by Jerry Schneider August 28, 2018 08:42

CHICAGO - The Professional Bowlers Association has announced that PBA will donate all proceeds from player fines from the Go Bowling! PBA Tour and PBA50 Tour to the Bowlers to Veterans Link (BVL).

Founded in 1942, BVL grants provide arts and crafts programs, music and sports activities, reading materials, board games and much more to help boost spirits and improve morale to veterans while also speeding recuperation for those in VA Medical Centers, Vet Centers and State Veterans Homes.

BVL also assists recuperating veterans, veterans suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and aging veterans by giving them an outlet for the joy, freedom, and friendship that recreation and sport can bring. Since its inception BVL has raised almost $50 million dollars for America’s active duty service members and veterans.

“The genesis of this new annual charitable donation came from conversations with the PBA Player Committee,” said PBA Commissioner Tom Clark.  "Fines happen. No player wants to be fined, but from now on everyone will know that money goes directly to support the BVL."

“We’re very happy that the PBA and PBA Players Committee thought of us for this kind gesture,” said John LaSpina, BVL Board of Directors Chair. The BVL is very appreciative of PBA’s generosity to our efforts because nothing can be greater than supporting the men and women who serve our country.”

PBA incorporates a policy of levying fines for various rules violations. Players can be fined for a number of rules infractions which range from an improperly filled out recap sheet to unsportsmanlike conduct. PBA will donate funds beginning with those collected during the 2018 season.

PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia, a 14-time PBA Tour and eight-time PBA50 Tour champion, is a spokesperson for BVL and often visits VA hospitals throughout the country. After having already started his professional bowling career, Petraglia was called to duty and served in the Army during the Vietnam War from 1967-68.

For additional information about BVL visit www.bowlforveterans.org.

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Rolando Sebelen’s PBA50 Rookie of the Year Award Writes Another Chapter for the First Family of Bowling in the Dominican Republic

by Jerry Schneider August 23, 2018 12:54

With three top-10 finishes in majors during the 2018 season, Rolando Sebelen is the recipient of the PBA50 Rookie of the Year Award and in the process, adding another milestone for what could be called the first family of bowling in the Dominican Republic.

Sebelen, who joins Venezuelan native and PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli as only the second international player to win the PBA50 Rookie of the Year award, finished eighth in the PBA50 National Championship, 10th in the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open and ninth in the PBA50 Cup to conclude the season while leading the points list among PBA50 rookies.

“My impression right away was the quality of the bowlers,” the 50-year-old Sebelen said of his first experience in PBA competition. “To be able to bowl with the players that I watched on TV was very exciting for me.

“It was a totally new experience for me with the formats and match play because I had never done that before,” Sebelen continued. “It was definitely one of the highlights of my career.”

Sebelen said his most rewarding experience during the season was his eighth-place finish in the PBA50 National Championship.

“I remember people saying, ‘Who was that guy?’ because that was my first tournament,’” Sebelen said. “The other players were congratulating me and that made me very comfortable and excited to bowl on the PBA50 Tour.”

While a newcomer to PBA competition, Sebelen is a member of the Dominican Republic’s most decorated bowling family, and a long-time competitor in international bowling circles.

His father, also a Rolando, was introduced to the game by relatives while living in Puerto Rico. He took to the game quickly and would eventually win the 1971 FIQ Doubles Championship – held in Milwaukee – with partner Carlos Diaz. It was the first medal in international bowling competition for the Dominican Republic.

The Sebelen family – which actually includes seven “Rolandos” – the “senior” Rolando, three sons  and three grandsons – developed a passion for bowling and would make periodic 30-minute plane trips to Puerto Rico to practice because of the lack of adequate bowling facilities in the Dominican Republic. As the Sebelen family became more involved in the sport, eventually the elder Sebelen built a 22-lane bowling center in Santo Domingo in 1996. Their center hosted the 1997 FIQ (now Pan American Bowling Confederation) American Zone Championships, and will host the 2018 PABCON Women’s Championships in late September.

Following in his father’s footsteps, the younger Rolando, a member of the Dominican Republic national bowling team for more than 30 years, also has had success in international competition. He is a multi-medalist in international competition, most notably winning a doubles bronze medal in the 2007 Pan Am Games and a team gold medal in the 1989 World Bowling Championships.

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Ron Mohr Strikes Out in 10th Frame of Title Match to Win PBA60 Dick Weber Championship

by Jerry Schneider August 16, 2018 13:05

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – PBA Hall of Famer and Fort Wayne native Ron Mohr won all four stepladder finals matches and threw three strikes in the 10th frame of the title match to win the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship presented by 900 Global Thursday at Pro Bowl West.

The 62-year-old Mohr, who qualified fifth for the finals, defeated top qualifier Harry Sullins of Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 237-235, for his second tournament win for players 60 and over. His first came in the 2017 Super Senior Classic.

Sullins, who finished the match first, made a late run finishing with five consecutive strikes and a nine-count which forced Mohr to get the first two strikes and at least nine on his fill ball in the 10th to win.

“I felt really confident on the right lane so I wasn’t worried about that,” said Mohr, who bowled his 10th frame on the right lane. “The left lane was the challenge and I found myself having to make a number of adjustments. I just had to read and react, stay in the moment and keep telling myself to stay slow.”

It was Mohr’s second senior win of the season after winning the PBA50 Northern California Classic in May for his 10th PBA50 Tour title. Sullins, a three-time PBA50 Tour winner, was trying for his first national senior title since winning the 2011 Senior Lake County Open.

Mohr found himself dangerously close to elimination more than once in the tournament. He started the tournament 44th after the first qualifying round and scrambled to make the cut to match play finishing second round qualifying in 25th after dropping as low as 31st. He then had to win his position round match in the final game of match play Thursday morning to take the fifth qualifying spot for the finals.

“I’ve made a lot of comebacks in a tournament for a good finish or to win but this one ranks right at the top,” said Mohr, who now makes his home in Las Vegas. “I don’t recall ever being on the brink of being eliminated as much as I was in this tournament.

“It’s a spectacular way to wrap up the season in a season where I accomplished way more than I thought I would,” he added. “This is extra special because I grew up here.”

Mohr, who earned his third consecutive PBA60 Player of the Year award, started the finals with a 288-215 win over No. 4 qualifier Christopher Keane of Cape Coral, Fla., who was trying for his first national senior title.

Mohr then went on to beat No. 3 qualifier, PBA Hall of Famer Brian Voss of Centennial, Colo., who turned 60 earlier this month to become eligible for the Dick Weber Championship, 249-212, in the second match.

In the semifinal, Mohr beat PBA50 Tour veteran Sammy Ventura of Syracuse, N.Y., also trying for his first senior title, 224-184, to advance to the title match against Sullins.

The Dick Weber Championship was streamed live on PBA Xtra Frame on Flobowling now featuring multiple streams. Next on the Xtra Frame calendar is the PBA Tour’s Xtra Frame Gene Carter Pro Shop Classic Aug. 18-19. For subscription information visit www.flobowling.com.

PBA60 DICK WEBER CHAMPIONSHIP

Presented by 900 Global

Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Thursday

Final Standings:

1, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, $7,500

2, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., $4,000.

3, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., $2,500.

4, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., $2,000.

5, Chris Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., $1,750.

Stepladder Results:

Match One – Mohr def. Keane, 288-215

Match Two – Mohr def. Voss, 249-212.

Semifinal Match – Mohr def. Ventura, 224-184.

Championship Match – Mohr def. Sullins, 237-235.

FOURTH ROUND RESULTS (after 26 games. Top five advance to stepladder finals. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins)

1, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 8-4, 6,500.
2, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 9-3, 6,447.
3, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 9-2-1, 6,327.
4, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 8-4, 6,226.
5, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 8-4, 6,180.
6, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 8-4, 6,167, $1,600.
7, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 6-6, 6,157, $1,500.
8, Bruce Hall, Westborough, Mass., 7-5, 6,089, $1,450.
9, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 7-5, 6,084, $1,400.
10, Ed Silva, Manteca, Calif., 8-4, 6,066, $1,350.
11, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 7-5, 6,003, $1,300.
12, (tie) Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 5-7, 6,001, and Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 7-5, 6,001, $1,238.
14, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 6-6, 5,985, $1,200.
15, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 7-5, 5,954, $1,175.
16, William Peters, Dayton, Ohio, 6-6, 5,947, $1,150.
17, n-Julius Mickel, Omaha, Neb., 6-6, 5,922, $1,140.
18, n-Ed Austreng, Wterford, Mich., 9-3, 5,909, $1,130.
19, n-Gary Kinyon, Lockport, N.Y., 7-5, 5,857, $1,120.
20, Sam Maccarone, Williamstown, N.J., 6-6, 5,854, $1,110.
21, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 7-5, 5,823, $1,105.
22, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 4-8, 5,817, $1,100.
23, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 5-7, 5,754, $1,095.
24, James Storts, Westfield, Ind., 4-7-1, 5,743, $1,090.
25, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 5-7, 5,721, $1,085.
26, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 4-8, 5,713, $1,080.
27, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 3-9, 5,701, $1,075.
28, John DiSantis, Wilmington, Del., 4-8, 5,694, $1,070.
29, n-Gus Yannaras, Greenfield, Wis., 3-9, 5,642, $1,065.
30, Henry Dawson, Elma, Wash., 3-9, 5,619, $1,060.
31, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 4-8, 5,588, $1,055.
32, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 1-11, 5,414, $1,050.

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Brian Voss Makes Surge in First Match Play Round to Take Lead in PBA60 Dick Weber Championship

by Jerry Schneider August 15, 2018 17:05

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Bowling in his first tournament for players 60 and over, PBA Hall of Famer Brian Voss posted a 5-0-1 record and averaged 248 in the first match play round to take the lead in the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship presented by 900 Global Wednesday at Pro Bowl West.

Voss, a 25-time PBA Tour and two-time PBA50 Tour winner who was third after qualifying, finished with a 4,889 20-game pinfall total (including bonus pins) after three rounds to go around Sammy Ventura in second with 4,883 and qualifying leader three-time PBA50 Tour winner Harry Sullins of Chesterfield Twp., Mich., who dropped to third with 4,866.

Voss bowled games of 237, 224, 279, 248, 278 and 225 in Wednesday’s first match play round.

“At 60 I’m finding the key to success out here is not being hurt and do your best to stay in shape,” said Voss, who just turned 60 on Aug. 4 to become eligible for the Dick Weber Championship. “It just feels strange for me to be bowling competitively at 60. I guess the consolation is I’m the youngest, or at least pretty close to the youngest, 60-year-old out here.”

Voss, who won the PBA50 Mooresville Open in May for his second PBA50 Tour title, will lead the 32-player field into Thursday morning’s second match play round which will determine the top five for the stepladder finals at 1 p.m.

Sullins led qualifying with a 3,331 14-game pinfall but could only manage a 3-3 record in match play while Ventura was able to retain his second spot thanks to a 4-2 record.

Rounding out the top five were Bruce Hall of Westborough, Mass., with 4,826 and Leroy Johnson of Chicago with 4,705. Both players had 5-1 records in match play.

  PBA Hall of Famer and Fort Wayne native Ron Mohr made a big surge from 25th after qualifying to finish sixth after the first match play round finishing with a 5-1 record and 4,702 pinfall. Defending champion Darryl Bower of Middletown, Pa., finished the day in 15th with a 3-3 record and 4,520 pinfall.

The PBA60 Dick Weber Championship is the final event of the PBA50 Tour season and is the second event specifically for players 60 and over. Mike Dias, who currently sits in eighth place, won the Super Senior Classic for players 60 and over in June.

The final day of the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship will be streamed live on PBA’s online bowling channel PBA Xtra Frame on FloBowling now with multiple streams beginning at 9 a.m. ET. Subscription information is available by visiting www.flobowling.com.

PBA60 DICK WEBER CHAMPIONSHIP

Presented by 900 Global

Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Wednesday

THIRD ROUND RESULTS (after 20 games. All players advance to Thursday morning’s second match play round. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins)

1, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 5-0-1, 4,889.
2, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 4-2, 4,883.
3, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 3-3, 4,866.
4, Bruce Hall, Westborough, Mass., 5-1, 4,826.
5, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 5-1, 4,705.
6, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 5-1, 4,702.
7, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 5-1, 4,700.
8, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 5-1, 4,698.
9, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 2-4, 4,601.
10, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 3-3, 4,578.
11, William Peters, Dayton, Ohio, 3-3, 4,564.
12, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 3-3, 4,560.
13, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 4-2, 4,552.
14, n-Julius Mickel, Omaha, Neb., 4-2, 4,543.
15, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 3-3, 4,520.
16, n-Ed Austreng, Wterford, Mich., 5-1, 4,492.
17, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 3-3, 4,491.
18, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 2-4, 4,489.
19, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 3-3, 4,484.
20, John DiSantis, Wilmington, Del., 3-3, 4,469.
21, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 2-4, 4,453.
22, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 2-4, 4,415.
23, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 1-5, 4,398.
24, Sam Maccarone, Williamstown, N.J., 2-4, 4,376.
25, n-Gus Yannaras, Greenfield, Wis., 1-5, 4,374.
26, n-Gary Kinyon, Lockport, N.Y., 3-3, 4,354.
27, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 2-4, 4,344.
28, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 3-3, 4,320.
29, James Storts, Westfield, Ind., 2-3-1, 4,319.
30, Henry Dawson, Elma, Wash., 1-5, 4,269.
31, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 1-5-, 4,162.
32, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 0-6, 4,143.

SECOND ROUND RESULTS (after 14 games. Top 32 players advance to match play)

1, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 3,331.
2, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 3,309.
3, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 3,233.
4, (tie) Bruce Hall, Westborough, Mass., and William Peters, Dayton, Ohio, 3,198.
6, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 3,196.
7, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 3,173.
8, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 3,154.
9, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 3,151.
10, John DiSantis, Wilmington, Del., 3,145.
11, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 3,137.
12, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 3,132.
13, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 3,126.
14, Henry Dawson, Elma, Wash., 3,125.
15, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 3,107.
16, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 3,102.
17, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 3,085.
18, n-Julius Mickel, Omaha, Neb., 3,080.
19, n-Gus Yannaras, Greenfield, Wis., 3,075.
20, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 3,071.
21, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 3,068.
22, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 3,043.
23, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 3,032.
24, n-Gary Kinyon, Lockport, N.Y., 3,029.
25, (tie) Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, and Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 3,021.
27, Sam Maccarone, Williamstown, N.J., 3,012.
28, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 2,995.
29, n-Ed Austreng, Waterford, Mich., 2,994.
30, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 2,991.
31, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 2,989.
32, James Storts, Westfield, Ind., 2,979.

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33, Steven Jansson, Barnes, Wis., 2,966.
34, Michael Lucente, Warren, Mich., 2,956.
35, Bill Sell, Menasha, Wis., 2,945.
36, n-Peter Minaudo, Chesterfield, Mich., 2,938.
37, Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 2,933.
38, Mike Hastings, Millsboro, Del., 2,928.
39, Robert Donovan, Prattsville, N.Y., 2,925.
40, John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 2,916.
41, n-Victor Van Hentenryck, Fort Wayne, Ind., 2,907.
42, Jim Heintz, St. Charles, Mo., 2,901.
43, (tie) n-Fred McLain, Allen Park, Mich., and Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas, 2,899.
45, Emilio Mora Sr., Defiance, Ohio, 2,896.
46, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 2,893.
47, n-Mike Haggerty, Montrose, Mich., 2,892.
48, Marty Berke, Allentown, Pa., 2,889.
49, Mike Moore, Marietta, Ohio, 2,886.
50, (tie) Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., and John Hunt, Grayling, Mich., 2,883.
52, ss-Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 2,877.
53, (tie) n-Francis Bax, Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Frankie May, Reading, Pa., 2,870.
55, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 2,866.
56, n-George Phillips, Centreville, Mich., 2,864.
57, Ron Glick, Morganville, N.J., 2,847.
58, Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., 2,844.
59, Ken Ball, Avon, N.Y., 2,843.
60, (tie) Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., and Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 2,834.
62, Dale Reh, Appleton, Wis., 2,814.
63, n-Daniel Mayer, Waterford, Mich., 2,809.
64, Gary Reh, Fort Mohave, Ariz., 2,801.
65, Bob Caruso, Dayton, N.J., 2,793.
66, Ross McDonald, Las Vegas, Nev., 2,771.
67, Carlton Turley, Huntingtown, Md., 2,764.
68, n-Earl Bell, Troy, Tenn., 2,761.
69, (tie) Don Lane, San Francisco, and Richard Hunt, Valparaiso, Ind., 2,753.
71, Lyle Zikes, Arlington Heights, Ill., 2,728.
72, (tie) Tom Howison, Chillicothe, Ohio, and Lance Lorfeld, University Place, Wash., 2,725.
74, Dale Holgate, Peninsula, Ohio, 2,716.
75, Richard Nardozza, Clearfield, Pa., 2,705.
76, n-David Memmer, Defiance, Ohio, 2,704.
77, n-Marc Lineberry, Camanche, Iowa, 2,693.
78, Mark Nance Sr., Grove City, Ohio, 2,682.
79, Mike Flinchbaugh, Marion, Ohio, 2,652.
80, Jim Dilyard, Burbank, Ohio, 2,639.
81, Daniel Seppa, Madison, Wis., 2,637.
82, (tie) Chris Patton, Park City, Utah, and Robert Davis, Annapolis, Md., 2,618.
84, n-Roland Wright, Christianburg, Va., 2,613.
85, n-Victor Latuch, Somerset, Penn., 2,595.
86, Burdette Walker, Rockwood, Pa., 2,574.
87, Allen Brothers, Punxsutawney, Pa., 2,555.
88, n-John Goerlitz, Defiance, Ohio, 2,523.
89, Galen Keas, Alda, Neb., 2,519.
90, Stephen Lippman, Palm Harbor, Fla., 2,495.
91, Allen Meskan, Addison, Ill., 2,457.
92, n-Joseph Woznicki, Lakeland, Fla., 2,447.
93, Peter Brainard, Tampa, Fla., 2,424.
94, Robert Teeters, Lapel, Ind., 2,358.
95, n-William Zwit, Galesburg, Ill., 2,271.
96, Bruce Siegel, Highland Park, Ill., 2,097.
97, Bob Kelly, Dayton, Ohio, 2,190.

300 games – Charlie Tapp, Warren Nelson, Kevin Foley

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Harry Sullins Fires 279 in Final Game of First Round To Take Lead in PBA60 Dick Weber Championship

by Jerry Schneider August 14, 2018 17:11

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Five-time PBA Tour and three-time PBA50 Tour winner Harry Sullins of Chesterfield Twp., Mich., bowled a 279 game in his last game of first round qualifying Tuesday to take the lead in the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship presented by 900 Global for players ages 60 and over.

The 60-year-old Sullins bowled a 1,683 seven-game pinfall total at Pro Bowl West with games of 196, 276, 247, 212, 265, 208 and 279 going around Sammy Ventura of Syracuse, N.Y., who finished the round in second with 1,653.

The 196 game could have been 220,” Sullins said. “I had a good shot to the pocket but I just didn’t have my speed and line to the pocket matched up like I did in the second game.

“The 279 at the end of the game was kind of unexpected because in the game before it (208) I didn’t have a good feel,” he added. I really didn’t make much of an adjustment in the last game, I just refocused and gave it a little more extra effort.”

Sullins is hoping to end a drought without a win in national senior competition that dates back to the 2011 PBA50 Senior Lake County Open.

“Every year it gets harder on the senior tour,” Sullins said. “There’s more and more good players coming out here and there’s just a lot of guys that are just plain tough to beat. I have had a lot of good finishes recently just not good enough to make the top five.

Rounding out the top five after the first round were William Peters, Dayton Ohio, 1,623; Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 1,620, and Bruce Hall, Westborough, Mass., 1,597. PBA Hall of Famer Brian Voss finished the round in sixth with 1,579 and defending champion Darryl Bower of Middletown, Pa., finished tied for 22nd with 1,495.

The PBA60 Dick Weber Championship is the final event of the PBA50 Tour season and is the second event specifically for players 60 and over. Mike Dias won the USBC Super Senior Classic for players 60 and over in June.

The PBA60 Dick Weber Championship is streamed live on PBA’s online bowling channel PBA Xtra Frame on FloBowling now with multiple streams. Subscription information is available by visiting www.flobowling.com.

The entire field returns Wednesday morning for another seven-game qualifying round at 9 a.m. ET. The top 32 players will then advance to the first round of match play at 4 p.m. After another match play round Thursday morning, the top five will be determined for the stepladder finals at 1 p.m.

PBA60 DICK WEBER CHAMPIONSHIP

Presented by 900 Global

Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Tuesday

FIRST ROUND RESULTS (after seven games)

1, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 1,683.
2, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 1,653.
3, William Peters, Dayton, Ohio, 1,623.
4, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 1,620.
5, Bruce Hall, Westborough, Mass., 1,597.
6, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 1,579.
7, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 1,564.
8, John DiSantis, Wilmington, Del., 1,559.
9, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 1,547.
10, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 1,539.
11, (tie)Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, and Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 1,537.
13, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 1,528.
14, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 1,527.
15, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 1,526.
16, n-Peter Minaudo, Chesterfield, Mich., 1,524.
17, Henry Dawson, Elma, Wash., 1,513.
18, n-Victor Van Hentenryck, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1,508.
19, Robert Donovan, Prattsville, N.Y., 1,500.
20, n-Julius Mickel, Omaha, Neb., 1,499.
21, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 1,497.
22, (tie) n-Ed Austreng, Wterford, Mich., 1,495 and Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 1,495.
24, Frankie May, Reading, Pa., 1,491.
25, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 1,486.
26, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 1,485.
27, Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 1,484.
28, John Hunt, Grayling, Mich., 1,482.
29, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 1,481.
30, n-Gary Kinyon, Lockport, N.Y., 1,480.
31, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 1,478.
32, Steven Jansson, Barnes, Wisc., 1,471.
33, Mike Hastings, Millsboro, Del., 1,469.
34, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 1,466.
35, Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas, 1,465.
36, Michael Lucente, Warren, Mich., 1,459.
37, (tie) Ron Glick, Morganville, N.J., and Bill Sell, Menasha, Wis., 1,457.
39, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 1,456.
40, Mike Moore, Marietta, Ohio, 1,454.
41, Sam Maccarone, Williamstown, N.J., 1,453.
42, Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 1,451.
43, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 1,448.
44, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 1,447.
45, Emilio Mora Sr., Defiance, Ohio, 1,445.
46, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 1,444.
47, n-Gus Yannaras, Greenfield, Wis., 1,440.
48, Jim Heintz, St. Charles, Mo., 1,438.
49, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 1,436.
50, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1,429.
51, Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 1,426.
52, Bob Caruso, Dayton, N.J., 1,425.
53, John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 1,423.
54, n-Mike Haggerty, Montrose, Mich., 1,422.
55, (tie) James Storts, Westfield, Ind., and Ross McDonald, Las Vegas, Nev., 1,417.
57, n-George Phillips, Centreville, Mich., 1,410.
58, Marty Berke, Allentown, Pa., 1,401.
59, Carlton Turley, Huntingtown, Md., 1,392.
60, Lance Lorfeld, University Place, Wash., 1,387.
61, n-Fred McLain, Allen Park, Mich., 1,385.
62, Richard Hunt, Valparaiso, Ind., 1,384.
63, (tie) Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., and n-Fran Bax, Niagara Falls, N.Y., 1,379.
65, Dale Holgate, Peninsula, Ohio, 1,374.
66, Don Lane, San Francisco, 1,369.
67, Bob Kelly, Dayton, Ohio, 1,367.
68, Ken Ball, Avon, N.Y., 1,364.
69, Gary Reh, Fort Mohave, Ariz., 1,360.
70, n-Daniel Mayer, Waterford, Mich., 1,353.
71, Richard Nardozza, Clearfield, Pa., 1,350.
72, n-Marc Lineberry, Camanche, Iowa, 1,347.
73, n-David Memmer, Defiance, Ohio, 1,344.
74, (tie) Dale Reh, Appleton, Wis., and Daniel Seppa, Madison, Wis., 1,334.
76, Jim Dilyard, Burbank, Ohio, 1,329.
77, Tom Howison, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1,318.
78, Mike Flinchbaugh, Marion, Ohio, 1,314.
79, Mark Nance Sr., Grove City, Ohio, 1,313.
80, Robert Davis, Annapolis, Md., 1,304.
81, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 1,303.
82, Galen Keas, Alda, Neb., 1,297.
83, n-sEarl Bell, Troy, Tenn., 1,292.
84, Burdette Walker, Rockwood, Pa., 1,289.
85, n-Victor Latuch, Somerset, Pa., 1,284.
86, Lyle Zikes, Arlington Heights, Ill., 1,282.
87, Stephen Lippman, Palm Harbor, Fla., 1,273.
88, Allen Meskan, Addison, Ill., 1,255.
89, Chris Patton, Park City, Utah, 1,252.
90, n-Joseph Woznicki, Lakeland, Fla., 1,242.
91, n-Roland Wright, Christianburg, Va, 1,237.
92, Peter Brainard, Tampa, Fla., 1,231.
93, Robert Teeters, Lapel, Ind., 1,225.
94, Allen Brothers, Punxsutawney, Pa., 1,216.
95, n-John Goerlitz, Defiance, Ohio, 1,208.
96, Bruce Siegel, Highland Park, Ill., 1,109.
97, n-William Zwit, Galesburg, Ill., 1,064.

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