WEST SEATTLE BOWL
champs John Jordan & Kelsey Abrahamsen
John Jordan and Kelsey Abrahamsen captured big wins in exciting JBT Pacific Northwest Conference action at West Seattle Bowl.
Ryan Showalter opened the scratch division stepladder finals with a 222-201 win over Zach Hemming. Showalter then got by Tyler Boe 180-164. Jordan then stopped Showalter 184-156 to reach the title match.
Top seed Eddy Smith took over the lead in the last game of matchplay, but could not maintain his momentum on the tricky lane pattern. John, on a mission since recovering from an early season knee injury, came up with one of the highest games of the day in a 243-188 win over Smith, good for the second title of his JBT career.
Jamilah Ousley began the handicap division stepladder finals with a 198-185 win over Max Polhill. Ousley then ousted the other Polhill brother, Sebastian, in a 194-192 squeaker. Next up was her friend Kelsey Abrahamsen, and evidently neither one wanted to beat her friend, as they ended in a 210 tie. Kelsey won the rolloff 47-31 to advance to the title match. Top seed Tessa Friason beat Kelsey in the stepladder at Sunset last month, but here for the win Abrahamsen turned the tables, defeating Friason 185-183 for the title, the second of her JBT career, and a big boost for her Bowler of the Year run.
Correen Lieber beat Becky Davidson 220-194 to win the day's Impact Bowling Women's Series event, extending her Pac NW Girls Bowler of the Year lead.
Thanks as always to the WSB crew for hosting our event, which awarded over $1,200 in scholarships to bowlers of all averages and ages.
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