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Masters champions crowned at PABCON Senior & Super Senior Championships

2016PCSeniorWomenMastersMedalistsVeronicaBerumenThe 5th Pan American Bowling Confederation Senior Championships and the 3rd PABCON Super Senior Championships concluded on Saturday, August 27 at Sebelén Bowling Center in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic with masters match play in best-of-three games format.

Veronica Berumen (right) of Mexico and Tony Santa of Puerto Rico took the gold medals in the senior division while Nora Delgado of Colombia and defending champion Bob Puttick of Canada won the titles in the super senior division.

Berumen earned her fifth gold medal defeating Amanda Galeano of Colombia in two games, 212-160 and 201-181. Berumen also won the titles in singles, doubles, team and all-events and finished second in trios.

2016PCSeniorMenMastersMedalistsTonySantaGaleano received the silver medal, while Jill Friis of Canada and Ghiselle Araujo of Costa Rica shared the bronze medal.

Santa (left) captured the first gold medal for Puerto Rico in this Championships as he swept two-time champion (doubles and team) John Chapman of Canada, two-games-to-none (209-148, 238-184). Chapman got silver and Gustavo Sanchez of Uruguay and Edgardo Ruiz of Puerto Rico took bronze. Pictured above from left, Chapman, Santa, Sanchez and Ruiz.

2016PCSSWomenMastersNoraDelgadoIn the 60 and over women’s division, Nora Delgado (right) finally won the first gold for Colombia after six runner-up finishes. Delgado defeated Vivian Martinez of Puerto Rico in the deciding third game 181.165, for a 2-1 victory.

Martinez took home silver, while Deb Linington of Canada and three-time winner Fransuesa Sacre of Mexico (singles, doubles, all-events) got bronze.

2016PCSSMenMastersBobPuttickPuttick (left) successfully defended the title he won in 2015 in Cali, Colombia, with a 2-1 victory over Mario Boneta of Mexico. Puttick came back from a 1-0 deficit with back-to-back wins, 218-190 and 203-190.

Boneta received the silver medal, Jack Brace of Canada and Jaime Almendro of Puerto Rico shared the bronze medal.

2016PCSeniorSuperSeniorChampionshipsLogoThe 5th Pan American Bowling Confederation Senior Championships and the 3rd PABCON Super Senior Championships were held from August 21-28, 2016, at Sebelén Bowling Center, a 22-laner in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

82 seniors (maximum four men and four women per country; must be 50 years and older in the year of the championship) bowled for medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Teams, All-Events and Masters, while 40 super seniors (maximum two men and two women age 60 and older) competed for medals in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Teams, All-Events and Masters.

For more information read Bulletin No. 3 (in English) or Bulletin No. 3 (in Spanish).

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2016 PABCON Senior and Super Senior Championships – Medal Tally

5th PABCON Senior Championships – Men’s Masters

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

2016PCSeniorMenMastersMedalistsSlider
From left to right, John Chapman, Canada (Silver); Tony Santa, Puerto Rico (Gold); Gustavo Sanchez, Uruguay (Bronze), and Edgardo Ruiz, Puerto Rico (Bronze).

Round of 16
Joe Ciach, Canada, def. Isaac Amkie, Mexico, 2-0
(219-162, 240-201-)
Tony Santa, Puerto Rico, def. Jack Guay, Canada, 2-1
(176-198, 226-170, 202-176)
Ray Vervynck, Canada, def. Rolly Sebelen, Dominican Republic, 2-1
(185-189, 224-159, 238-212)
Edgardo Ruiz, Puerto Rico, def. Alfredo Rivas, Venezuela, 2-1
(179-157, 158-185, 184-149)
John Chapman, Canada, def. Eddi Roncoli, Puerto Rico, 2-1
(181-178, 190-204, 214-206)
Arturo Hernandez, Venezuela, def. Ricardo Gomez, Venezuela, 2-1
(163-145, 141-170, 265-199)
Alfonso Rodriguez, Mexico, def. Jose Perez, Dominican Republic, 2-0
(206-198, 213-206-)
Gustavo Garcia, Uruguay, def. Mario Garcia, Mexico, 2-1
(181-212, 195-191, 188-184)

Quarterfinals
Santa def. Ciach, 2-1
(200-258, 213-209, 236-201)
Ruiz def. Vervynck
(158-205, 230-203, 194-190)
Chapman def. Hernandez, 2-0
(219-196, 232-211)
Garcia def. Rodriguez, 2-0
(196-190, 245-194)

Semi-finals
Santa def. Ruiz, 2-0
(238-191, 209-178)
Chapman def. Garcia, 2-0
(209-148, 238-184)

Championship
Santa def. Chapman, 2-0
(269-205, 213-205).

5th PABCON Senior Championships – Women’s Masters

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

2016PCSeniorWomenMastersMedalistsSlider
From left to right, Amanda Galeano, Colombia (Silver), Veronica Berumen, Mexico (Gold); Jill Friis, Canada (Bronze). Missing: Ghiselle Araujo, Costa Rica (Bronze).

Round of 16
Veronica Berumen, Mexico, def. Margarita Ramos, Mexico, 2-1
(181-150, 174-202, 247-189)
Susan Grande, Canada, def. Lisa Melendez, Puetto Rico, 2-0
(194-137, 169-166-)
Ghiselle Araujo, Costa Rica, def. Scarlett Padilla, Mexico, 2-0
(173-159, 170-155-)
Yvette Chen, Panama, def. Lauraine Fast, Canada, 2-0
(205-176, 184-180-)
Amanda Galeano, Colombia, def. France Joubert, Canada, 2-1
(166-183, 169-157, 200-183)
Sylvia Villalobos, Costa Rica, def. Lizzette Abood, Panama, 2-1
(165-180, 254-167, 179-166)
Gloria Arango, Colombia, def. Nora Serracin, Puerto Rico, 2-1
(127-256, 175-152, 205-186)
Jill Friis, Canada, def. Maria Correal, Colombia, 2-0
(194-136, 205-200)

Quarterfinals
Berumen def. Grande, 2-1
(184-231, 213-201, 213-198)
Araujo def. Chen, 2-1
(212-202, 171-190, 197-164)
Galeano def. Villalobos, 2-0
(165-165, 191-191)
Friis def. Arango, 2-0
(207-204, 206-189)

Semi-finals
Berumen def. Araujo, 2-1
(200-192, 176-191, 198-145)
Galeano def. Friis, 2-1
(171-214, 210-202, 191-188)

Championship
Berumen def. Galeano, 2-0
(212-160, 201-181).

3rd PABCON Super Senior Championships – Men’s Masters

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

2016PCSSMenMastersMedalistsSlider
From left to right, Mario Boneta, Mexico (Silver); Bob Puttick, Canada (Gold); Jack Brace, Canada (Bronze). Missing: Jaime Almendro, Puerto Rico (Bronze).

Quarterfinals
Jack Brace, Canada, def. Decio Abreu, Brazil, 2-0
(237-173, 211-204-)
Bob Puttick, Canada, def. Juan C. Burgillos, Venezuela, 2-0
(202-166, 169-157-)
Jaime Almendro, Puerto Rico, def. Edgar Gomez, Colombia, 2-0
(187-159, 215-192-)
Mario Boneta, Mexico, def. Luis F. Madriñan, Colombia, 2-1
(166-161, 170-246, 194-182)

Semi-finals
Puttick def. Brace, 2-1
(206-194, 171-199, 214-189)
Boneta def. Almendro, 2-0
(206-152, 179-178)

Championship
Puttick def. Boneta, 2-1
(148-182, 218-190, 203-190).

3rd PABCON Super Senior Championships – Women’s Masters

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

2016PCSSWomenMastersMedalistsSlider
From left to right, Vivian Martinez, Puerto Rico (Silver); Nora Delgado, Colombia (Gold); Deb Linington, Canada (Bronze), and Fransuesa Sacre, Mexico (Bronze).

Quarterfinals
Fransuesa Sacre, Mexico, def. Alejandra Arellano, Mexico, 2-0
(192-181, 199-167-)
Vivian Martinez, Puerto Rico, def. Silvia Juarez, Uruguay, 2-1
(198-182, 164-190, 172-169)
Deb Linington, Canada, def. Marion Marko, Canada, 2-0
(216-192, 175-161-)
Nora Delgado, Colombia, def. Guadalupe Coparropa, Panama, 2-0
(159-158, 180-180-)

Semi-finals
Martinez def. Sacre, 2-1
(192-211, 164-142, 216-136)
Delgado def. Linington, 2-0
(200-150, 232-166)

Championship
Delgado def. Martinez, 2-1
(180-200, 192-161, 181-156).

Author: Herbert Bickel
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