Cumberland Times-News

April 13, 2011

Fatkin perfect: 685/300

Howard "Pete" Peterson, Columnist
Cumberland Times-News

— Ron Fatkin rolled another perfect game at The Bowler on March 30 in the Wednesday Night Men’s League.

The area’s top bowler for the week was Rodney Kesner, bowling 755/269 at Wilson Lanes. Chuck Parsons followed, rolling 732/266.

Dave Yates led the scoring at The Bowler, rolling 750/268. Corey Shirey was next high, bowling 736/246.

At Rainbow Lanes, Sinclair Dudley was highest, scoring 719/246. Bryan Jose followed posting 703/249.

Gary Miller was the top-scoring bowler for the week at White Oaks, rolling 717/245. Troy Cubbage was next, scoring 713/267. Alex Shirey bowled a big 280 game in his 674 set.

Ryan Knieriem’s 688/266 was highest at Sherwood Lanes. Dion Athey followed, rolling 682/266.

In the PBA Experience League at White Oaks, Jeremiah Howsare was highest, rolling 695/246. Mike Brobst and Chad Gable were next high. Brobst bowled 692/265 and Gable scored 674/248.

Crystal Uhl was the area’s top lady bowler for the week, scoring 643/237 at The Bowler. Lori Fetters was next high at that center, rolling 583/199.

Autumn Gable led the White Oak ladies in scoring by rolling a big 257 game and 619 set. Georgeanne Morris was next high, scoring 571/197.

Julie Greene and Jessica Judy were Wilson’s top ladies. Greene bowled 618/222 and Judy rolled 596/207.

At Rainbow Lanes, Bernice Tichnell scored 575/218 followed by Dee Self’s 560/205.

Kay Beachy led the Sherwood ladies, rolling 547/197. Wendy Atkinson was next, scoring 536/186.

Stan Teets was the area’s top senior bowler for the week, scoring a big 253 game and 628 set at The Bowler. Senior Brad Deter rolled 625/236 at White Oak Lanes.

Danny Walch scored 703/259 at The Bowler and was the area’s top youth for the week. Jeremy Kunis rolled 636/241. At White Oaks, Tanner Smith bowled 621/233 and Kasey Sullivan rolled 605/230. Mystie Benson scored 510/189. Brent Schofield bowled 510/179 at Rainbow Lanes.

Summer leagues are now recruiting for new bowlers. League members are usually given deals on practice bowling rates. The summer season is shorter and is a good time to experiment on new techniques or equipment before serious competition in the fall. Good luck bowling and have fun striking out!

Note: Most of you know that the awards banquet will be Saturday, April 23 at the Cresaptown Eagles. Please let Autumn Gable know if you will be attending and if you are bringing a guest. Autumn can be reached at agable@hotmail.com, 301-707-7499, or 301-724-6262.

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Howard “Pete” Peterson covers bowling for the Cumberland Times-News. Write to petesbowling @atlanticbb.net