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Come to an End

 

December 14, 2010 at 9:38am

Everyone has witnessed the decline of bowling nationwide, with every association, league and tournament being affected, some more than others. California USBC Association events have been a victim to this decline in all of the events we host. The events hit the hardest were the singles scratch events; the Queens, Masters and Youth State Scratch. Because these events are targeted to higher average bowlers, we are already limiting the potential entrants.

The Masters event began in 1961 and the Queens event started in 1966. In September 2009, in a last ditch effort to keep the events alive, the California USBC Association (CUSBC) board voted to back the two events and guarantee funds totaling $47,000 ($30,000 for the Masters and $17,000 for the Queens). The turnout was still not acceptable, with a variety of reasons given for not attending (economy, family and work obligations, etc.).

It was great to see many past Masters and Queens Bowlers attend, who have not attended in recent years. They provided some great input into the format and had some great ideas, but unfortunately, it’s just not enough.

The CUSBC cannot financially back these two events as we just did and the events currently are not self sufficient enough to stand on their own. The current participation field does not offer enough of a prize fund for many to be interested. The Board decided to put these two events on hold for now – with high hopes to bring them back very soon.

“And the Beat Goes On”… We are going to start a new scratch event, open to men, women and youth, called the "California Scratch Classic” in an effort to interest all of the available high average bowlers in one tournament. The tournament will offer local qualifying on one weekend, two locations – north and south – and the finals will be held the following weekend, in the central part of the state. We will roll this new tournament out next fall, September 10-11, 2011 for Qualifying and September 17-18, 2011 for the Finals. You will have four opportunities to qualify in six game blocks and we are hoping to have enough participation to award $40,000 in prize money to all 48 places that qualify to the finals. We will have more information on this event in January, please check with online for additional information.

We want to thank all of the bowlers that participated in the Queens and Masters events over the years, we are extremely hopeful that the events can come back.


Dave Wodka, the last California State Masters Champion

 

After clenching both the Singles Scratch and the All-Events Scratch first place honors in the 2010 California USBC Open Championships that was held in Bakersfield this past summer, it was no surprise that when Dave Wodka of Chatsworth, returned to bowl the State Masters at AMF Southwest Lanes, the weekend of September 11-12, 2010, that he was going to be the man to beat!

64 finalists, 32 qualified through the Open Championships at Regency Lanes using their Singles/Doubles scores, 29 coming from the Last Chance qualifier and three seeded positions for the past two years champions and the 2010 All-Events Scratch champion, started the double elimination (best 3 game series) finals Saturday morning at 9am. After eight grueling rounds of competition, the final top eight bowlers emerged with competition resuming Sunday morning at 9am. Marvin Hale, Roswell; Chris Murray, San Jose; Ron Case, Oakley; Wayne Garber, Modesto; Josh Blanchard; Rancho Cucamonga; Dave Wodka, Chatsworth; Rick Meneley, Santa Maria; and Jeff Frankos, Daly City were now looking forward to the $3,000 guaranteed first place prize. In the second round on Sunday, Dave Wodka bowled the highest series of the weekend (266-258-280 = 804), earning a bonus $100 award plus an additional $100 honor score award. Hale and Frankos finished 7-8th earning $750 each and Murray and Meneley finished out 5-6th earning $850 each.

And then there were four… Ron Case, Wayne Garber, Josh Blanchard and Dave Wodka. Case finished in fourth place earning $1,000 and Garber finished third earning $1,500. Dave Wodka remained undefeated and met Josh Blanchard in the championship match. Wodka and Blanchard both looked strong going into this final match and Wodka had the security of keeping one loss in his pocket to force another match. The first game Wodka was down -32 as Blanchard won 267-235. The second game started out with the two of them dead even until the fourth frame where Wodka started a string of eight strikes defeating Blanchard 269-239. This had Wodka starting the third game down just two pins. Blanchard stuck a 7-10 split in the fourth frame, while Wodka stayed steady and won 236-203. Wodka earned a check for $3,000 plus a free entry into the 2011 USBC Masters event ($450) and berths into the next two State Masters ($3,950 value). Josh Blanchard received a check for $2,000 for his second place finish.

The State Masters event had 96 total entries. Friday night’s Last Chance qualifier drew 35 of those entries. Will Wilson of Anaheim was the high qualifier from the Last Chance squad and Rodolfo Corona of Tijuana had the high game of 290, each earning a $100 bonus award. Rick Meneley of Santa Maria shot the only 300 of the tournament earning a $100 bonus award plus an additional $100 honor score award and Sam Carter of Ben Lomond shot a 299 – both shot during Saturday’s competition. Johnnie Englehart also received a $100 bonus award for being the high qualifier through the Open Championships qualifier.

The California USBC Association guaranteed a prize fund of $30,000 for this event paying 64 places. The board approved the payout last September in the last ditch efforts of preserving this long time historical event. The CUSBC tournament committee will be discussing the future of this event and will make announcements later this year. Thank you to those that participated. We appreciate your support to the CUSBC events proving that the “Best Bowlers Come from California!”


ALL-TIME CALIFORNIA MASTERS RECORDS     

                 

MOST PRIZE MONEY WON (ALL TIME)

ROSS PACKARD

San Jose

$11,243

SAM CARTER

Ben Lomono

$7,905

WAYNE GARBER

Modesto

$7,260

MIKE KUTTICH

El Cajon

$6,555

ERIC GRANT

Concord

$6,294

RON CASE

Oakley

$5,915

JIM GORDIN

Modesto

$5,200

LEE PATTERSON

Antioch

$5,015

MIKE FOWLER

La Habra

$4,900

KEVIN GANNON

Lakewood

$4,800

AL STONUM

South San Francisco

$4,561

NORM PALOMARES

San Francisco

$4,015

THOMAS BATES

Marina

$4,010

               

MOST PRIZE MONEY WON (ONE TOURNAMENT)

2010

DAVE WODKA, Chatsworth

 $ 3,000

2003

FREDDY IRVIN, Modesto

 $ 2,500

1988

MIKE KUTTICH, El Cajon

 $ 2,320

1992

MIKE FOWLER, La Habra

 $ 2,160

2004

LEE PATTERSON, Fresno

 $ 2,100

1987

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

 $ 2,090

1989

ERIC GRANT, Richmond

 $ 2,060

1992

NORM PALOMARES, San Francisco

 $ 2,020

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

 $ 2,015

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

 $ 2,000

1993

PAT STEWART, Citrus Heights

 $ 1,965

2001

JOHN GOULD, Citrus Heights

 $ 1,955

1977

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

 $ 1,885

2005

ROBBY PORTER, Rancho Cordova

 $ 1,850

1986

DAVID COOPER, Aptos

 $ 1,780

1980

PHILIP DAVIS, Mountain View

 $ 1,780

1988

SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

 $ 1,740

1986

RON COX, Fresno

 $ 1,705

2003

LEE PATTERSON, Antioch

 $ 1,700

1998

ED HARNSTROM, Paramount

 $ 1,700

               

MOST YEARS IN FINALS

ROSS PACKARD

San Jose

20

KEVIN GANNON

Lakewood

17

SAM CARTER

Ben Lomono

16

GLENN CARLSON

Fresno

15

WAYNE GARBER

Modesto

14

THOMAS BATES

Marina

12

WALT BLOCK

Fallbrook

12

RON WINGER

Van Nuys

11

AL STONUM

South San Francisco

10

ERIC GRANT

Concord

10

MARV SARGENT

Temecula

10

ROBERT RAMIREZ

Anaheim

10

               

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS IN FINALS 

BOB KENNICUTT

Santa Fe Springs

8

MIKE FOWLER

La Habra

8

ROBERT RAMIREZ

Anaheim

7

ROSS PACKARD

San Jose

7

BILL TUTTLE

San Jose

6

FREDDY IRVIN

Modesto

6

GARY MADISON

San Bernardino

6

DENNIS FASELLI

Stockton

5

DICK JENSEN

Los Angeles

5

ED ANDERSON

Woodland

5

JIM COATS

Upland

5

JIM GORDIN

Modesto

5

JOHN SUZUKI

Santa Barbara

5

LEE PATTERSON

Antioch

5

MARV SARGENT

Temecula

5

MIKE JENNINGS

San Dimas

5

               

MOST YEARS BETWEEN FINALS APPEARANCE

ARCHIE MACOMBER

Goleta (1966-2000)

34

JIM GREGSON

Crestline (1968-1994)

26

ALVIN LOU

El Cajon (1982-2004)

22

MIKE CARSON

Canoga Park (1982-2003)

21

PHILIP DAVIS

Fremont (1982-2003)

21

GORDON LINDFORS

Victorville (1969-1989)

20

CLARENCE ROLAND

Long Beach (1979-1999)

20

JERE SCHWEIKERT

San Rafael (1987-2007)

20

BILL TUTTLE

San Jose (1971-1991)

20

LOUIS COELHO

Hemet (1971-1990)

19

DENNIS FITZSIMONDS

Santee (1978-1996)

18

LES OWENS

Richmond (1979-1997)

18

MARTY ANDERSON

Anaheim (1969-1986)

17

JIM COATS

Upland (1972-1989)

17

AL CULLINS

San Diego (1981-1998)

17

PAUL MARMOLEJO

Rialto (1994-2010)

16

MIKE FOWLER

La Habra (1994-2010)

16

               

OLDEST BOWLER IN FINALS

1994

JESSE MOSS, Santa Ana

AGE 72

               

MOST MATCHES BOWLED

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

(W-12, L-1) 13

1990

MIKE FOWLER, La Habra

(W-12, L-1) 13

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

(W-11, L-2) 13

2000

CHIP PETTIFORD, Los Angeles

(W-11, L-1) 12

1986

RON COX, Fresno

(W-10, L-2) 12

2002

JON BRANDON, Santa Clarita

(W-10, L-2) 12

               

MOST CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WON

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

13

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

11

1986

RON COX,  Fresno

9

1991

MIKE GOFFINET, Costa Mesa

9

2000

CHIP PETTIFORD, Los Angeles

9

               

MATCHES WON BY CHAMPIONS WITH ONE LOSS

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

12

1990

MIKE FOWLER, La Habra

12

1982

WALTER RAY WILLIAMS JR, Pomona

10

1965

TED HENDRICKSON, San Francisco

9

1966

JAY ROBINSON, Santa Susana

9

1967

ROY DUNN, Riverside

9

1989

ERIC GRANT, Richmond

9

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

9

2000

CHIP PETTIFORD, Los Angeles

9

               

HIGH SERIES IN QUALIFYING (6 Games)

2006

RON CASE, Oakley

1616

2005

KRIS NETHERTON, Sacramento

1540

2008

DEWAINE WEST, Temecula

1512

1997

STEVE ALVES, Poway

1497

1994

DAVE CONLEY, Bermuda Dunes

1493

1993

RUSS FIELDS, Stockton

1491

1993

DAN MULJAT, San Jose

1489

1995

JIM OVERSTREET, Monterey

1483

1995

STAN VALDOVINO, Sacramento

1482

1995

CHRIS PREBLE, Clovis

1472

1980

JESS STAYROOK, Normal Heights

1470

2007

PJ HAGGERTY, Fresno

1469

1994

BILL NEELY, Fontana

1462

1995

JOE PETROVICH, Tracy

1459

1994

SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

1458

1993

GARY OLSON, Escondido

1455

1995

JIM HARVEY, Studio City

1455

1994

JOHNS BURNS, Hesperia

1454

2004

JOE ROUSSIN, Anaheim

1454

1980

PAUL KREINS, Newark

1451

               

HIGH GAME IN FINALS

 

2006

VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley

300 (2)

2010

RICK MENELEY, Santa Maria

300

2008

KEVIN GANNON, Lakewood

300

2006

RON CASE, Oakley

300

2006

MARIO ORTEZ, Visalia

300

2005

LEANNE BARRETTE, Elk Grove

300

2005

KRIS NETHERTON, Sacramento

300

2001

ERIC GRANT, Concord

300

1997

STEVE FIELDS, Stockton

300

1995

JOE PETROVICH, Tracy

300

1995

JERRY KENNEDY, Walnut Creek

300

1995

DANNY ONTIVEROS JR

300

1994

JERRY NAKIELSKI, Brea

300

1993

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

300

1993

MICHAEL YOSHIMUNE, San Jose

300

1993

DAVID ROSOL, San Jose

300

1993

BILL MEES, Desert Hot Springs

300

1992

CHUCK MORELLO, San Jose

300

1989

TOM BATES, Marina

300

1980

SAM FOX, San Bruno

300

1977

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

300

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

300

1964

FRED RICCILLI, Garden Grove

300

               

HIGH GAME IN QUALIFYING

2008

DEWAINE WEST, Temecula

300

2006

SCOTT SMITH, Lakewood

300

2006

RON CASE, Oakley

300

2006

JASON ROSS, San Jose

300

2006

EDDIE LUCAS, Walnut

300

2005

KRIS NETHERTON, Sacramento

300

2005

DEAN SANDERSON, Norco

300

2000

CHRIS MOORE, Ontario

300

2000

ARCHIE MACOMBER, Goleta

300

1997

WILL PILAND, Turlock

300

1995

RICK MATTHEWS, Porterville

300

1994

MIKE TUCKER, Huntington Beach

300

1993

RONNIE SUMNER, Atscadero

300

1993

PAT STEWART, Citrus Heights

300

1981

STEVE LARSON, Manteca

300

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

300

1965

BOB RAMIREZ, Anaheim

300

1962

BUD HODGSON, Pomona

300

               

HIGH AVERAGE IN FINALS (18 OR MORE GAMES)

2010

DAVE WODKA, Chatsworth

21 ga. - 244.76

2008

LARRY DIKENS, Redding

18 ga. - 240.39

2006

RON CASE, Oakley

24 ga. - 238.40

1997

MATHIEU GEE, Clovis

24 ga. - 238.13

2008

MARK ELLEL, Goleta

18 ga. - 238.11

2006

VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley

33 ga. - 237.80

2006

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

21 ga. - 236.40

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

24 ga. - 235.83

2006

DOANE COLE, Murrieta

21 ga. - 234.80

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

39 ga. - 234.74

1995

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

24 ga. - 234.70

2004

LEE PATTERSON, Clovis

27 ga. - 234.19

1997

ANDREW UDAHL, Elk Grove

24 ga. - 233.92

1997

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

21 ga. - 233.58

1995

JIM HARVEY, Studio City

18 ga. - 232.83

1994

RICK MENELEY, Santa Maria

24 ga. - 232.79

1994

DAVE CONLEY, Bermuda Dunes

27 ga. - 232.59

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

30 ga. - 232.56

1994

MIKE FARISS, Rancho Cucamonga

18 ga. - 232.38

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

39 ga. - 232.21

1997

DAVID LaRUE, Watsonville

18 ga. - 231.45

1994

PAUL BARRACO, LaVerne

18 ga. - 231.22

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Orville

28 ga. - 231.00

1993

BILL MEES, Desert Hot Springs

18 ga. - 230.88

1995

SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

21 ga. - 230.80

1997

NORM PALOMARES, San Francisco

18 ga. - 230.56

1995

MIKE DRAY, Felton

21 ga. - 230.19

1997

STEVE FIELDS, Stockton

18 ga. - 230.07

               

HIGH TWO GAME SERIES IN FINALS

2008

KEVIN GANNON, Lakewood

556

               

MOST CONSECUTIVE 200 GA. IN FINALS

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

29

1983

JIM MURTISHAW, Vista

27

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

25

1997

MATHIEU GEE, Clovis

23

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

22

2008

MARK ELLEL, Goleta

18

2008

JOHN SOWELL, Vista

18

1995

JIM HARVEY, Studio City

18

1975

LARRY GALLOWAY, Wilmington

18

1966

BILL FLYNN, Long Beach

18

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

17

2008

JASON HEGGEMEIER, Castaic

16

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

16

2008

KEVIN GANNON, Lakewood

15

1993

BRUCE HARNER, Temple City

15

1976

ALVIN LOU,El Cajon

15

               

HIGH SERIES IN FINALS  (3 Ga.)

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

817

2006

RON CASE, Oakley

812

1986

RON COX, Fresno

805

2010

DAVE WODKA, Chatsworth

804

1993

MIKE JENNINGS, San Dimas

804

1980

SAM FOX, San Bruno

803

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

800

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

796

1997

TERRY LEONG, San Francisco

793

2010

RICK MENELEY, Santa Maria

792

1989

WALTER RAY WILLIAMS JR, Stockton

791

1978

KEVIN GANNON, Long Beach

788

1994

DANNY HENDERSON, Porterville

786

2010

SCOTT VANDERLICK, Sacramento

784

1994

KEVIN GANNON, Lakewood

784

1997

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

784

2010

RODOLFO CORONA, Tijuana

783

2006

FREDDY IRVIN, Modesto

783

1993

TOM BATES, Marina

782

2005

LEANNE BARRETTE, Elk Grove

781

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

779

               

MOST 800 SERIES IN FINALS (3 Ga.)

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

2

               

MOST 700 SERIES IN FINALS (3 Ga.)

 

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

7

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

7

2006

VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley

7

1994

DAVE CONLEY, Bermuda Dunes

6

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

6

2010

DAVE WODKA, Chatsworth

5

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

5

1997

MATHIEU GEE, Clovis

5

2004

LEE PATTERSON, Fresno

5

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

4

2010

RON CASE, Oakley

4

1976

DON BELL, Santa Maria

4

1978

KEVIN GANNON, Lakewood

4

1983

AL STONUM, South San Francisco

4

1985

SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

4

1995

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

4

1995

VIC MEYERHOFF, Sherman Oaks

4

1997

ANDREW UDAHL, Elk Grove

4

1997

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

4

1997

STEVE FIELDS, Stockton

4

2000

CHIP PETTIFORD, Los Angeles

4

2006

DOANE COLE, Murrieta

4

               

MOST CONSECUTIVE 700 SERIES IN FINALS (3 Ga.)

2006

DOANE COLE, Murrieta

4

2006

VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley

4

1997

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

4

1995

SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

4

2010

RON CASE, Oakley

3

2010

DAVE WODKA, Chatsworth

3

1997

MATHIEU GEE, Clovis

3

1997

TONY REYES, San Jose

3

1995

TY DAWSON, Atwater

3

1995

VIC MEYERHOFF, Sherman Oaks

3

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

3

1994

DAVE CONLEY, Bermuda Dunes

3

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

3

1994

MICHAEL HAUGEN JR, Colton

3

1994

PATRICK SMART, Lompoc

3

1994

RICK MENELEY, Santa Maria

3

1993

BILL MEES, Desert Hot Springs

3

1993

LARRY GRAY, Torrance

3

1993

TOM BATES, Marina

3

1976

DON BELL, Santa Maria

3

1975

BUTCH SOPER, Tustin

3

1975

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

3

1971

WALLY WAGNER, Santa Ana

3

               

MOST 200 GA. IN FINALS (3 Game matches)

1975

CLIFF McNEALY, Castro Valley

38

1995

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

34

1994

MARV SARGENT, La Mesa

29

1983

JIM MURTISHAW, Vista

27

1994

DAVE CONLEY, Bermuda Dunes

25

1992

NORM PALOMARES, Clovis

25

1990

MIKE FOWLER, La Habra

25

1986

RON COX, Fresno

25

1997

STEVE FIELDS, Stockton

24

1983

WAYNE HOCKERSMITH, Rancho Cucamonga

24

2010

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

23

2010

JOSH BLANCHARD, Rancho Cucamonga

23

1997

ANDREW UDAHL, Elk Grove

23

1997

MATHIEU GEE, Clovis

23

1976

JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

23

               

HIGHEST SERIES TO LOSE A MATCH (3 GA.)

1993

BRUCE HARNER, Temple City lost to MIKE JENNINGS, San Dimas

734-804

1977

CHUCK MORENO, San Jose lost to TERRY LEONG, San Francisco

717-793

1997

NORM PALAMARES, S F lost to ROSS PACKARD, San Jose

711-784

1993

ROSS PACKARD, San Jose lost to TOM BATES, Marina

739-782

2005

BARRY RICHARDS, Lodi lost to *LEANNE BARRETTE, Elk Grove

725-781

2006

GIL MARTINEZ, Fresno lost to CRIS FERREIRA, Visalia

714-780

1994

MIKE HAUGEN JR, Colton lost to MIKE FARISS, Rancho Cucamonga

768-771

1993

ROD TRAMP, Porterville lost to TIM CONN, Los Altos

758-761

2006

FREDDY IRVIN, Modesto lost to DOANE COLE, Murrieta

718-750

1997

RUSS FIELDS, Stockton lost to JIM COATS, Upland

720-746

1997

GLENN CARLSON, Fresno lost to RUSS FIELDS, Stockton

738-744

1994

JIM HARVEY, Studio City lost to CLARK MOORE, Colton

737-744

2004

LEE PATTERSON, Clovis lost to JIM GORDIN, Modesto

730-737

2006

WAYNE GARBER, Modesto lost to LEE PATTERSON, Antioch

727-737

1994

PAT SMART, Lompoc lost to CLARK MOORE, Colton

718-737

2010

JON BRANDON, Santa Clarita lost to SAM CARTER, Ben Lomond

732-734

2002

VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley lost to VIC MEYERHOFF, San Francisco

725-734

1993

DAVID ROSOL, San Jose lost to BILL MAY, Novato

729-730

2006

R PORTER, Rancho Cordova lost to WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

728-730

1995

JERRY KENNEDY, Walnut Creek lost to WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

724-730

1993

MICHAEL YOSHIMUNE, San Jose lost to WAYNE GARBER, Modesto

724-729

2006

JASON ROSS, San Jose lost to VINCE WOOD, Moreno Valley

714-724

1976

MARV SARGENT, El Cajon lost to JIMMY JEAN, Oroville

714-723

1995

JIM OVERSTREET, Monterey lost to VIC MEYERHOFF, San Francisco

714-723

                       

HIGHEST SERIES TO LOSE A MATCH (4 GA.)

1963

CARL WINFIELD, South Gate lost to BILLY HARDWICK, San Mateo

926-968

1962

JB BLALOCK, Oxnard lost to DICK JENSEN, Inglewood

923-991

1962

RICK LIPP, Glendale lost to DAVE GROOMS, Norwalk

923-945

1962

JOHN SUZUKI, Santa Barbara lost to BUD HODGSON, Pomona

906-950

1962

RONNIE NORTH, Pomona lost to BOB CASTILLO, Redlands

905-923

1966

BOB KENNICUTT, Santa Fe Springs lost to JAY ROBINSON, Santa Susana

905-923

1963

D SANDERS, No Hollywood lost to SHELDON HIPPO, Van Nuys

903-985

               

MOST 200 GA. IN FINALS (4 Game matches)

1966

BILL FLYNN, Long Beach

29

1966

JAY ROBINSON, Santa Susana

29

1966

BUD LAIR, Richmond

28

1969

GLENN CARLSON, Fresno

24

1966

BOB KENNICUTT, Santa Fe Springs

24

1969

WALT BLOCK, Rancho Palos Verdes

23

1969

DICK JENSEN, Los Angeles

23

1969

BOB RAMIREZ, Anaheim

23

               

MOST 900 SERIES IN FINALS (4 Ga.)

 

1962

ED HARTNETT, Arcadia

5

1966

BILL FLYNN, Long Beach

5

1962

DAVE GROOMS, Norwalk

4

1962

BILLY HARDWICK, San Mateo

4

1962

RONNIE NORTH, Pomona

4

1966

JAY ROBINSON, Santa Susana

4

               

MOST CONSECUTIVE 900 SERIES IN FINALS (4 Ga.)

1966

BILL FLYNN, Long Beach

5

1962

RONNIE NORTH, Pomona

4

               

HIGH SERIES IN FINALS (4 Ga.)

1962

BILLY HARDWICK, San Mateo

1013

1962

JOHNNY CLARES, Torrance

1009

*Female       

 

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