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November 8, 2009

Kegler's Korner: Scamihorn still a force around lanes

Jay Scamihorn has been a frequent high scorer in senior — that’s older folks! — leagues in recent years, frequently recognized for high game or high series (usually both).

But he can also dominate in the mainstream of bowling too.

Scamihorn averaged 234.1 for high average to lead his four-man team to a victory in the 19th Shootout at the Terre Haute Bowling Center on Oct. 24-25. His teammates were John McWilliams, Mike Gambill and Tom Bowker.

The teams captained by Dave Paulin, Guy Johnson and Doug Weaver placed second-to-fourth in this A-B-C-D format tournament. A total of 12 teams competed this year.

Other top individuals were Josh Snowden (second in average at 233.1), while Phil Huynh and Clint Woods shared high game honors with 290.

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In other tournament news:

• The 700 Club’s 5-man Baker Team event was at Paradise Bowl in Clinton on Oct. 4. Winning team was Bryan Barton, Brian Taylor, Ryan Nichols, Marc Pruett and Tom Brown. Second place team was Jeff Saleh, Doug Weaver, Darrell Davis, Guy Johnson and Scott Hill.

• Ryan Nichols edged Bob Lovvron 258-256 in the championship match of the 700 Club Singles Tournament at the Bowling Center on Nov. 1. The remaining top five included Trey Minett (third), Tom Brown (fourth) and Taylor (fifth). A small of field of 19 bowlers competed.

• Sean Pepper rolled a five-game score of 1,194 (238.8 average) to win the Bowling Center’s first Cheaper Sweeper event of the season on Oct. 17. Gary Busiere finished second (1,166) and Snowden (1,152) was third. A total of 18 bowlers competed.

Upcoming tournaments:

• 600 Club Women’s Singles is 1 p.m. today at the Bowling Center.

• Cheaper Sweeper returns to the Bowling Center at 1 p.m. on Nov. 21. Entry fee is $25.

• Team Shootout, with A-B-C-D format, will be at Vigo Bowl on Nov. 21-22. Times are 1 p.m. on Nov. 21, noon on Nov. 22. Entry fee is $70.

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