NOB HILL BOWL
champs Simon Dyck & Justin Herriges with Girls winner Reagan Lorey and runner up Lailani Wallin; U17 winner Hunter Bower
Simon said sweep in the scratch division, while Justin Herriges won his first title, in exciting JBT Pacific Northwest Conference action at Nob Hill Bowl in Yakima.
Dyck, the previous days' champ, was strong again in reaching the title match in the 'super survivor' format, where he faced veteran Jake Mullen. Simon was able to stay in control throughout the finale, winning the match 214-168 for the title. The day before he became the first Canadian to win a JBT title, now he becomes the first Canadian to sweep a weekend!
Ten handicap survivors were carved down to two, where JBT regular Lailani Wallin was looking to join a recent burst of 10-and-under girls to win a JBT title. Another youngster, Justin Herriges, was not in a giving mood however. He had been excellent all day, and he bowled a solid final game to defeat Wallin 219-184, and earn the first JBT title of his career.
Hunter Bower earned the day's U17 win with a 190-178 escape over Alex Perini, while a terrific Priority Girls Scratch title match saw Reagan Lorey edge Olivia Kolppa 228-223 for the win.
Big thanks as always to the team at Nob Hill for hosting us. Want in on all the fun? Just check out our schedule and come on down!
|Nob Hill Bowl- final results and scholarship winners|
|1||Jennings +15||Herriges +137|
|2||Mullen +12||Wallin +99|
|3||Ziegler -13||Heisler +99|
|1||Ziegler 259||Herriges 307|
|2||Jennings 256||E Smith 258|
|3||Dyck 247||Wallin 253|
|4||Mullen 244||S Harris 253|
|5||Jennings 236||L Ziegler 250|
|Girls scratch side event|
|U-17 scratch side event|
|TOTAL AWARDED THIS EVENT: $1,255|