Randall & Wetzel Named to the All-American Team

Posted August 14th, 2017

Dual Lanes Youth Duckpin Bowlers Paris Randall & Jeffrey Wetzel have been named to the Norm Fleury All-American Team for their respective age division. Randall, with a 98 average competes in the Bantam Girls Division (ages 10-12) and Wetzel, with a 140 average competes in the Major Boys Division (ages 15-21). The top 5 averages in each age division for the 2016-2017 bowling season are named to the All-American Team and will receive an award from the National Duckpin Youth Association. For more info, go to ndya.org



CAREER HIGHS FOR MORELAND

Posted August 2nd, 2017
Clay Moreland bowling in the Tuesday Mixed Duckpin League tossed his career high game of 226 between games of 138 & 177 for a career high set of 541. For his effort, Clay will recieve a plaque and $150.00 from Dual Lanes…$100.00 for bowling a game 220 or higher & $50.00 for bowling a set 525 or higher. He will also receive recognition from the National Duckpin Bowing Congress. 


HIPKINS WINS POP WHITTEN PRO TOUR STOP AT DUAL LANES

Posted July 24th, 2017

Bernie Hipkins was the winner of the Pop Whitten Duckpin Pro Tour which was held July 21-23.

Hipkins was in 8th position after the six(6) game qualifying round with a total of 920. Then, went 5-0 in the semi finals to advance to the bracket finals, won his bracket & the semi-final match and defeated Colton Gue in the final match 167-150 to pick up the $1250.00 pay check. For complete results, go to pwpt.net



SYKES DEFENDS TITLE – WINS 2017 FRANK TURNER CLASSIC

Posted July 24th, 2017
Amy Sykes was the winner of the WNDA Frank Turner Duckpin Classic in 2016. In route to the victory, she broke the five(5) game & twelve(12) game World Records.
Staying in form, she defended her title in 2017 which was held Memorial Weekend…May 26-28. Sykes was the top qualifier with a seven(7) game total of 1129.
She went 4-1 in the semi-finals to advance to the bracket finals…won her bracket & the the semi-final round and topped Leah Lancaster in the final match to pick-up the $3000.00 paycheck.
For complete results, go to wndatour.com
Sykes(L) is pictured with WNDA President Tammy Ashworth