Matt Surina wins first career PBA Senior Tour title

    06/11/05

    2005 PBA Senior Tour #5

    PBA Senior Tucson Open

    2005PBAS05MattSurina.jpg Matt Surina won his first career PBA Senior Tour title by nine pins - spread over three grueling games. In what proved to be close call after close call, Surina edged-out PBA Hall of Famer Tom Baker, two-games-to-one, in the title match of the 2005 PBA Senior Tucson Open Friday evening at Golden Pin Lanes.

    Surina, who earned $8,000 for the win, dropped the opening game, 259-256, failing to double in the 10th frame. He evened the match by winning game two, 226-224. A Baker six-count to start the 7th frame proved to be the difference.

    "All I did was try to bowl the best I could … I just believe its fate. If it's going to happen, it'll happen," said Surina, who won the 1981 PBA Tucson Open in the same bowling center. "This is something I thought I was never going to do. There are so many great bowlers out here; I'm flabbergasted."

    The top-seeded qualifier from Everett, Wash., won game three, 192-188, striking on his first shot in the 10th frame to seal the victory.

    The title match wasn't the first close call of the day for Surina, who edged out a tight 3-2 win over PBA Hall of Famer Dave Soutar in the best-of-five games match play Round of 8 earlier in the day. Tied 2-2, Soutar opened in the 8th and 9th frames of game five to give Surina the win, 194-179.

    Surina then defeated Gary Skidmore, Albuquerque, N.M., 2-1, in the best-of-three games semifinals. Baker, Buffalo, sidelined 41-time Japan Professional Bowlers Association champion Junichi Yajima in the Round of 8 (3-1), then punched his ticket to the title match by defeating fellow PBA Hall of Famer Teata Semiz in the semifinals, 2-0, averaging 278.50.

    The PBA Senior Tour continues with the American Bowling Congress Senior Masters June 11-16 at the Suncoast Bowling Center in Las Vegas, Nev.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open

    Golden Pin Lanes in Tucson, Arizona
    June 6-10, 2005

    2005PBAS05PeteTountasMattSurina.jpg Championship round:
    1. Matt Surina, Everett, Wash., $8,000
    2. Tom Baker, Buffalo, N.Y., $4,500
    3. Gary Skidmore, Albuquerque, N.M., $3,000
    (tie) Teata Semiz, North Brunswick, N.J., $3,000

    Playoff Results (Best-of-three games match play):
    Semifinal Matches:
    #1 Surina def. #4 Skidmore, 2-1
    (227-299, 279-244, 246-214)
    #7 Baker def. #27 Semiz, 2-0
    (268-225, 289-235)

    Championship Match:
    #1 Surina def. #7 Baker, 2-1
    (256-259, 226-224, 192-188).

    The picture shows 2005 PBA Senior Tucson Open title winner Matt Surina (right) with former PBA Tour member and Golden Pin Lanes proprietor Pete Tountas. Picture courtesy of PBA.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Round of 8
    Best-of-five games, losers eliminated, earn $1,700

    #1 Matt Surina def. #8 Dave Soutar, 3-2
    (268-209, 191-227, 246-207, 238-268, 194-179)

    #7 Tom Baker def. #2 Junichi Yajima, 3-1
    (238-214, 259-268, 268-247, 225-202)

    #27 Teata Semiz def. #3 Takeo Sakai, 3-1
    (225-223, 214-193, 238-247, 202-182)

    #4 Gary Skidmore def. #28 Roy Buckley, 3-2
    (268-239, 247-279, 237-248, 238-197, 279-233)


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Round of 16
    Best-of-five games, losers eliminated, earn $1,300

    #1 Matt Surina def. #32 Larry Graybeal, 3-0
    (277-214, 219-193, 246-168)

    #8 Dave Soutar def. #24 Dave Bernhardt, 3-0
    (227-196, 246-223, 211-204)

    #28 Roy Buckley def. #5 Bob Handley, 3-0
    (279-234, 258-243, 279-245)

    #4 Gary Skidmore def. #20 Roger LeClair, 3-2
    (259-256, 290-233, 201-300, 214-218, 226-194)

    #2 Junichi Yajima def. #31 Ernie Schlegel, 3-1
    (257-257, 40-39, 268-279, 268-234, 246-224)

    #7 Tom Baker def. #10 Dale Eagle, 3-1
    (234-228, 197-206, 278-248, 268-243)

    #27 Teata Semiz def. #6 Bob Glass, 3-2
    (217-257, 234-227, 268-213, 169-258, 228-218)

    #Takeo Sakai def. #14 Gary Hiday, 3-1
    (268-200, 246-263, 213-205, 299-213)

    300 Games - Roger LeClair.


    Ernie Schlegel moves into Round of 16

    Ernie Schlegel has appeared in over 1,050 PBA events, including 65 PBA Senior Tour events, but he still has to try something different every now and then. Schlegel took a big step left and played deep inside to average 254.33 in a 3-0 win over James Brenner in the Round of 24 Thursday evening at Golden Pin Lanes.

    "This would be a real big feather in my cap if I can win this week since I'm winning from my least favorite angle," said Schlegel, a PBA Hall of Famer from Vancouver, Wash. "I have to try to play there, or I go home."

    Schlegel, 62, won the opening game against Brenner, 268-201, before taking game two, 227-215. He improved his match play games record to 6-2 this week with a 268-201 win in game three.

    The victory gives Schlegel, who usually plays further out towards the gutter, a ticket into the Round of 16 where he will face Japan's Junichi Yajima, the second-highest qualifier this week.

    In other matches, Larry Graybeal defeated five-time title winner Ron Winger, 3-0. Graybeal is 6-0 over his first two matches after earning the 32nd and final match play spot this week. Dale Eagle needed five games to beat Bill Roeben, 3-2. The win gives Eagle, a nine-time title winner, a match against PBA Hall of Famer Tom Baker in the Round of 16.

    The Round of 16 begins Friday at 11 a.m. PT, and features the winners from the round of 24 against the top-8 qualifiers. The round of 8 will immediately follow. The semifinals and finals begin Friday at 7 p.m. and will feature best-of-three match play, with the winner taking home the $8,000 top prize.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Round of 24
    Best-of-five games, losers eliminated, earn $1,100

    #24 Dave Bernhardt def. #9 Henry Gonzalez, 3-2
    (239-254, 254-236, 222-203, 246-265, 268-190)

    #10 Dale Eagle def. #23 William Roeben, 3-2
    (247-225, 236-258, 267-234, 217-219, 267-234)

    #27 Teata Semiz def. #11 Ted Staikoff, 3-1
    (246-186, 264-237, 224-255, 255-248)

    #28 Roy Buckley def. #12 Roger Bowker, 3-2
    (218-247, 238-259, 247-204, 255-217, 227-224)

    #20 Roger LeClair def. #13 Don Sylvia, 3-2
    (215-191, 211-259, 279-300, 290-204, 249-201)

    #14 Gary Hiday def. #19 Bill McCorkle, 3-1
    (237-246, 267-195, 258-234, 196-173)

    #31 Ernie Schlegel def. #15 James Brenner, 3-0
    (268-201, 227-215, 268-201)

    #32 Larry Graybeal def. #16 Ron Winger, 3-0
    (255-247, 216-213, 235-217)

    300-Games: Don Sylvia.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Round of 32
    Best-of-five games, losers eliminated, earn $1,000

    #32 Larry Graybeal def. #17 John Bennett, 3-0
    (247-242, 259-245, 236-216)

    #31 Ernie Schlegel def. #18 Chuck Pierce, 3-2
    (234-227, 238-179, 205-205, 29-30, 199-242, 216-204)

    #19 Bill McCorkle def. #30 Patsy DellaPenna, 3-1
    (247-242, 200-269, 268-217, 268-245)

    #20 Roger LeClair def. #29 Hobo Boothe, 3-0
    (269-216, 214-195, 236-205)

    #28 Roy Buckley def. #21 Bill Argenbright, 3-1
    (181-187, 189-166, 237-189, 236-226)

    #27 Teata Semiz def. #22 Sal Bongiorno, 3-2
    (227-205, 255-268, 184-185, 237-167, 259-225)

    #23 William Roeben def. #26 Gary Dickinson, 3-2
    (258-214, 217-226, 201-259, 247-207, 247-208)

    #24 Dave Bernhardt def. #25 Gene Vincent, 3-0
    (231-214, 211-195, 233-206)

    Matt Surina earns No. 1 seed for Match Play

    Matt Surina used a 244.13 average over his final eight-game set Thursday to take over the lead in the PBA Senior Tucson Open at Golden Pin Lanes. The top eight qualifiers receive a bye into the best-of-five games match play round of 16. The Round of 32, also best-of-five games match play, features qualifiers 17-32, and begins tonight at 5 p.m. PT.

    "Anytime you don't have to bowl against anyone that's good," Surina said. "I get two byes, which is nice. It gives me a chance to rest up a bit, and just relax a little bit." Surina, who finished qualifying with a 5,725 24-game pinfall, entered the day in 5th place while Junichi Yajima, Tokyo, Japan, held the top spot. Yajima, who owns a record 41 career Japanese Professional Bowlers Association titles, finished 2nd overall with 5,717.

    The 54-year-old Surina started Thursday with a 243 in his opening game before firing back-to-back scores of 279 in games three and four. That was followed by back-to-back scores of 224. Surina capped off his session with a 248 in game eight.

    PBA Hall of Famer Dave Soutar finished 8th, and captured the final bye into the round of 16, with 5,535. Larry Graybeal was 32nd with 5,150, and beat out the 2003 PBA Senior Player of the Year Bob Chamberlain for the final match play spot by three pins.

    Qualifiers 17-32 will bowl each other in best-of-five match play with the winners advancing to face qualifiers 9-16 tonight at 7 p.m. The winners of those matches will play qualifiers 1-8 on Friday at 11 a.m. The semifinals and finals on Friday will feature best-of-three match play, with the winner taking home the $8,000 top prize.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Standings after the 3rd Round
    Players with position, 24-game total and average
    Places 9-17 earn a bye into the Round of 24 while places 1-8 earn a bye into the Round of 16. Places 33-38 earn $800.

    1. Matt Surina, 5725, 238,54
    2. Junichi Yajima, 5717, 238,21
    3. Takeo Sakai, 5647, 235,29
    4. Gary Skidmore, 5615, 233,96
    5. Bob Handley, 5612, 233,83
    6. Robert Glass, 5573, 232,21
    7. Tom Baker, 5555, 231,46
    8. Dave Soutar, 5535, 230,63
    9. Henry Gonzalez, 5534, 230,58
    10. Dale Eagle, 5507, 229,46
    11. Ted Staikoff, 5480, 228,33
    12. Roger Bowker, 5475, 228,13
    13. Don Sylvia, 5447, 226,96
    14. Gary Hiday, 5426, 226,08
    15. James Brenner, 5389, 224,54
    16. Ron Winger, 5369, 223,71
    17. John Bennett, 5353, 223,04
    18. Chuck Pierce, 5351, 222,96
    19. Bill McCorkle, 5331, 222,13
    20. Roger LeClair, 5327, 221,96
    21. Bill Argenbright, 5298, 220,75
    22. Sal Bongiorno, 5258, 219,08
    23. William Roeben, 5239, 218,29
    24. Dave Bernhardt, 5238, 218,25
    25. Gene Vincent, 5230, 217,92
    26. Gary Dickinson, 5212, 217,17
    27. Teata Semiz, 5207, 216,96
    28. Roy Buckley, 5198, 216,58
    29. Hobo Boothe, 5189, 216,21
    30. Patsy DellaPenna, 5161, 215,04
    31. Ernie Schlegel, 5158, 214,92
    32. Larry Graybeal, 5150, 214,58

    Missed Cut:
    33. Bob Chamberlain, 5147, 214,46
    34. Don Patterson, 5137, 214,04
    35. Roger Kossert, 5105, 212,71
    36. Fred McClain, 5104, 212,67
    37. Harley Trumbull, 5086, 211,92
    38. Pete Couture, 5059, 210,79

    300 Games: None.


    JPBA star Junichi Yajima targets first PBA Senior title

    Junichi Yajima is looking to become the first Japanese bowler to win a PBA Senior Tour event after he averaged 241.63 Wednesday at Golden Pin Lanes to lead the 2005 PBA Senior Tucson Open with a 3,833 16-game pinfall.

    Yajima, Tokyo, used an 805 series which featured scores of 279, 247 and 279 in games two through four to help him to the top spot. The 59-year-old closed out Wednesday's eight-game set with scores of 227 and 225.

    Appearing in just his sixth career PBA Senior Tour event, Yajima already has a storied professional bowling career. He's won a record 41 Japan Professional Bowlers Association titles and captured a PBA Regional Tour title in 1974.

    Yajima has two top-10 finishes on the PBA Senior Tour including a 6th place finish in the 2002 ABC Senior Masters, also at Golden Pin Lanes.

    Dale Eagle, needing a win to become just the fourth bowler to own 10 career PBA Senior Tour titles, made a late charge at Yajima's top spot and is currently second with 3,819. "I keep pushing myself a little more than last year," said Eagle. "My decision making is a little different this year because I go after it instead of hesitating. I made up my mind not to do that this year."

    Rohn Morton ended his week on a high note, firing back-to-back 300-games to close out his round. Morton, now with nine career PBA 300 games, failed to make the cut after finishing tied for 52nd place.

    The top 38 qualifiers will bowl eight more games on Thursday, after which the top 32 will advance to match play, with the top eight receiving a bye into the round of 16. The semifinals and finals on Friday will feature best-of-three match play, with the winner taking home the $8,000 top prize.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Standings after the 2nd Round
    Players with position, 16-game total and average

    1. Junichi Yajima, 3833, 239,56
    2. Dale Eagle, 3819, 238,69
    3. Gary Skidmore, 3787, 236,69
    4. Bob Handley, 3774, 235,88
    5. Matt Surina, 3772, 235,75
    6. Bill Argenbright, 3762, 235,13
    7. Henry Gonzalez, 3734, 233,38
    8. Ted Staikoff, 3727, 232,94
    9. Dave Soutar, 3723, 232,69
    10. Don Sylvia, 3719, 232,44
    11. Takeo Sakai, 3710, 231,88
    12. Gary Hiday, 3699, 231,19
    13. Ron Winger, 3698, 231,13
    14. Sal Bongiorno, 3688, 230,50
    15. Roger Bowker, 3663, 228,94
    16. Robert Glass, 3654, 228,38
    17. Roger LeClair, 3646, 227,88
    18. William Roeben, 3643, 227,69
    19. Chuck Pierce, 3635, 227,19
    20. Tom Baker, 3618, 226,13
    21. Patsy DellaPenna, 3591, 224,44
    22. James Brenner, 3580, 223,75
    23. Larry Graybeal, 3558, 222,38
    24. Bill McCorkle, 3547, 221,69
    25. Dave Bernhardt, 3533, 220,81
    26. Bob Chamberlain, 3520, 220,00
    27. Roy Buckley, 3517, 219,81
    28. Gene Vincent, 3513, 219,56
    (tie) Fred McClain, 3513, 219,56
    30. Ernie Schlegel, 3510, 219,38
    31. John Bennett, 3505, 219,06
    32. Teata Semiz, 3501, 218,81
    33. Hobo Boothe, 3469, 216,81
    (tie) Harley Trumbull, 3469, 216,81
    35. Gary Dickinson, 3461, 216,31
    36. Roger Kossert, 3458, 216,13
    37. Pete Couture, 3455, 215,94
    38. Don Patterson, 3453, 215,81

    Missed Cut:
    39. Ross Packard, 3445, 215,31
    40. Floyd Persson Jr., 3437, 214,81
    41. John Wilson, 3426, 214,13
    42. Randy Niehaus, 3417, 213,56
    43. Jimmy Young, 3407, 212,94
    44. Craig Kisro, 3403, 212,69
    45. Dick Baker, 3382, 211,38
    46. George Lord, 3380, 211,25
    47. Perry Keplinger, 3373, 210,81
    48. Will Friedrich, 3345, 209,06
    49. Lee Rautenberg, 3342, 208,88
    50. John Shreve Sr., 3338, 208,63
    51. James Gochis, 3333, 208,31
    52. Rohn Morton, 3326, 207,88
    (tie) Frank Fiscello, 3326, 207,88
    54. Vince Mazzanti Jr., 3325, 207,81
    55. Dennis Greene, 3316, 207,25
    56. Gregory Waldon, 3312, 207,00
    57. Mel Wolf, 3310, 206,88
    58. Ronald Garr, 3309, 206,81
    59. Dennis Amato, 3308, 206,75
    60. Steven Jansson, 3303, 206,44
    61. Larry Galloway, 3302, 206,38
    62. Tony Maresca, 3267, 204,19
    63. Kirk Tupper, 3261, 203,81
    (tie) Robert Teeters, 3261, 203,81
    65. Nicky Proefrock, 3255, 203,44
    66. DA Carbone, 3251, 203,19
    (tie) Charlie Tapp, 3251, 203,19
    (tie) Harv Pallas, 3251, 203,19
    69. Steve Stein, 3250, 203,13
    70. William Keenan, 3238, 202,38
    71. Robert Rogers, 3235, 202,19
    72. Richard Rathjen Sr., 3225, 201,56
    73. Bruno Vitasovic, 3220, 201,25
    74. Bill Stempke, 3190, 199,38
    (tie) Patrick King, 3190, 199,38
    76. Richard Holmes, 3180, 198,75
    77. Robert Lite, 3168, 198,00
    78. Frank Gallo Jr., 3161, 197,56
    79. Donald Breihan, 3156, 197,25
    80. Gene Stus, 3150, 196,88
    81. Ken Waters, 3146, 196,63
    82. Michael Henry, 3138, 196,13
    83. Ross McDonald, 3134, 195,88
    84. Norb Wetzel, 3131, 195,69
    85. Chuck Best, 3119, 194,94
    86. Ron Amore, 3108, 194,25
    87. Bob Shaffer, 3096, 193,50
    88. Edward Coppola, 3089, 193,06
    89. Darrel Curtis, 3087, 192,94
    90. Gerry Chinn, 3083, 192,69
    91. William Owens, 3081, 192,56
    92. Bob Andersen, 3080, 192,50
    93. Allen Meskan, 3079, 192,44
    94. David Prunty, 3067, 191,69
    95. Michael Davenport, 3055, 190,94
    96. Jan Kravcheno Sr., 3045, 190,31
    97. Charles Sitko, 3039, 189,94
    98. Dale Ballou, 3030, 189,38
    99. Syd Magargal, 3015, 188,44
    100. Fred Baldwin, 3010, 188,13
    101. Melvin Lingafelter, 3007, 187,94
    102. Charlie Juliano, 2997, 187,31
    103. William Pegg Jr., 2994, 187,13
    104. Dave Kangas, 2983, 186,44
    105. Sam Perrotta, 2978, 186,13
    106. Dan Clausse, 2970, 185,63
    107. Cowboy Jim Hamilton, 2966, 185,38
    108. Donald Kilgore, 2963, 185,19
    109. Hubert Harrison, 2960, 185,00
    110. Robert Campbell, 2936, 183,50
    111. James Slaughter, 2899, 181,19
    112. Ray Randall, 2896, 181,00
    113. Marvin Nezvensky Jr., 2825, 176,56
    114. Hollis McMullen, 2816, 176,00
    115. James Doyle Sr., 2807, 175,44
    116. Jerry Dallum, 2729, 170,56

    300 Games: Rohn Morton (2).


    Bob Handley takes early lead in Tucson

    Bowling in his first PBA Senior Tour event of the season, Bob Handley showed no signs of rust, taking the lead in the 2005 PBA Senior Tucson Open with a 245.63 average over eight games Tuesday afternoon at Golden Pin Lanes.

    Handley, Winter Park, Fla., started his session with scores of 225 and 243 before shooting the first 300 game of the event. He added scores of 219 and 269 before closing out his round with scores of 229, 257 and 223, good for a 1,965 eight-game pinfall.

    "That was a lot of fun. I was more nervous today than normal," said Handley, whose lone PBA Senior Tour win came in the 2003 PBA Senior Northwest Classic. "The first game, what really relaxed me was bowling with Bob Glass. We both grew up in the same bowling center about five years about apart in Mission Bowl in Mission, Kansas."

    Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., tossed a 300-game and is second with 1,958. Don Sylvia, Discovery Bay, Calif., is third with 1,931 while Matt Surina, Everett, Wash., is fourth with 1,914. Glass, the 2004 PBA Senior Player of the Year from Lawrence, Kan., is fifth with 1,905. PBA Tour exempt bowler and the 2005 PBA Senior U.S. Open Champion Tom Baker, Buffalo, N.Y., is 25th with 1,772.

    The 116-bowler field will return Wednesday for an additional eight games of qualifying. The field will then be cut to the top 1/3 who will bowl eight more games of qualifying on Thursday. The top 32 will advance to match play, with the top eight receiving a bye into the Round of 16. The semifinals and finals on Friday will feature best-of-three match play, with the winner taking home the $8,000 top prize.


    PBA Senior Tucson Open - Standings after the 1st Round
    Players with position, 8-game total and average

    1. Bob Handley, 1965, 245,63
    2. Ted Staikoff, 1958, 244,75
    3. Don Sylvia, 1931, 241,38
    4. Matt Surina, 1914, 239,25
    5. Robert Glass, 1905, 238,13
    6. Junichi Yajima, 1900, 237,50
    7. Dave Bernhardt, 1896, 237,00
    8. Dave Soutar, 1883, 235,38
    9. Dale Eagle, 1877, 234,63
    10. Roy Buckley, 1859, 232,38
    11. Ron Winger, 1856, 232,00
    12. Gary Skidmore, 1851, 231,38
    13. Takeo Sakai, 1846, 230,75
    14. Chuck Pierce, 1842, 230,25
    15. Gary Hiday, 1841, 230,13
    16. Sal Bongiorno, 1837, 229,63
    17. Roger LeClair, 1823, 227,88
    18. Ross Packard, 1822, 227,75
    19. Bill McCorkle, 1819, 227,38
    20. Bill Argenbright, 1817, 227,13
    21. Henry Gonzalez, 1792, 224,00
    22. Ernie Schlegel, 1782, 222,75
    23. James Brenner, 1781, 222,63
    24. Roger Bowker, 1778, 222,25
    25. Tom Baker, 1772, 221,50
    26. Craig Kisro, 1769, 221,13
    27. Roger Kossert, 1764, 220,50
    28. Fred McClain, 1753, 219,13
    29. Don Patterson, 1751, 218,88
    30. Gary Dickinson, 1740, 217,50
    31. Perry Keplinger, 1737, 217,13
    (tie) John Shreve Sr. 1737, 217,13
    33. John Bennett, 1736, 217,00
    34. William Roeben, 1735, 216,88
    35. Frank Fiscello, 1734, 216,75
    36. Teata Semiz, 1730, 216,25
    (tie) Larry Graybeal, 1730, 216,25
    38. Dennis Amato, 1729, 216,13
    (tie) Jimmy Young, 1729, 216,13
    40. Floyd Persson Jr., 1718, 214,75
    (tie) Pete Couture, 1718, 214,75
    42. John Wilson, 1712, 214,00
    43. Harley Trumbull, 1709, 213,63
    44. Gregory Waldon, 1708, 213,50
    45. Patrick King, 1704, 213,00
    (tie) Randy Niehaus, 1704, 213,00
    47. Dick Baker, 1698, 212,25
    48. James Gochis, 1690, 211,25
    49. Harv Pallas, 1685, 210,63
    50. Bob Chamberlain, 1681, 210,13
    51. Vince Mazzanti Jr., 1679, 209,88
    52. Hobo Boothe, 1678, 209,75
    53. Robert Teeters, 1675, 209,38
    54. Charlie Tapp, 1664, 208,00
    55. Gene Vincent, 1654, 206,75
    56. Patsy DellaPenna, 1651, 206,38
    57. Richard Rathjen Sr. 1648, 206,00
    58. Ronald Garr, 1638, 204,75
    59. Lee Rautenberg, 1637, 204,63
    (tie) Richard Holmes, 1637, 204,63
    61. Darrel Curtis, 1636, 204,50
    62. Will Friedrich, 1631, 203,88
    63. Larry Galloway, 1630, 203,75
    64. William Keenan, 1629, 203,63
    65. Robert Rogers, 1627, 203,38
    66. Steve Stein, 1626, 203,25
    67. Robert Lite, 1618, 202,25
    68. George Lord, 1617, 202,13
    69. Bruno Vitasovic, 1603, 200,38
    70. Mel Wolf, 1593, 199,13
    (tie) Steven Jansson, 1593, 199,13
    72. Rohn Morton, 1581, 197,63
    73. Bill Stempke, 1580, 197,50
    74. Kirk Tupper, 1560, 195,00
    75. D.A. Carbone, 1559, 194,88
    76. Dennis Greene, 1555, 194,38
    77. Norb Wetzel, 1553, 194,13
    78. Tony Maresca, 1550, 193,75
    79. Edward Coppola, 1548, 193,50
    80. Ken Waters, 1547, 193,38
    81. Donald Breihan, 1544, 193,00
    82. Bob Shaffer, 1543, 192,88
    (tie) Ross McDonald, 1543, 192,88
    (tie) Charles Sitko, 1543, 192,88
    85. Charlie Juliano, 1542, 192,75
    86. David Prunty, 1537, 192,13
    87. Dan Clausse, 1536, 192,00
    (tie) Michael Henry, 1536, 192,00
    89. Sam Perrotta, 1526, 190,75
    90. William Owens, 1522, 190,25
    (tie) Dale Ballou, 1522, 190,25
    92. Frank Gallo Jr., 1516, 189,50
    93. William Pegg Jr., 1515, 189,38
    94. Nicky Proefrock, 1512, 189,00
    95. Allen Meskan, 1510, 188,75
    96. Gene Stus, 1509, 188,63
    97. Ray Randall, 1500, 187,50
    (tie) Donald Kilgore, 1500, 187,50
    99. Chuck Best, 1488, 186,00
    100. Bob Andersen, 1481, 185,13
    101. Melvin Lingafelter, 1479, 184,88
    102. Dave Kangas, 1478, 184,75
    103. Cowboy Jim Hamilton, 1474, 184,25
    104. Fred Baldwin, 1460, 182,50
    105. James Slaughter, 1451, 181,38
    106. Hubert Harrison, 1450, 181,25
    107. Ron Amore, 1442, 180,25
    (tie) Robert Campbell, 1442, 180,25
    109. Jan Kravcheno Sr. 1434, 179,25
    110. James Doyle Sr. 1431, 178,88
    111. Gerry Chinn, 1425, 178,13
    (tie) Michael Davenport, 1425, 178,13
    113. Syd Magargal, 1399, 174,88
    114. Jerry Dallum, 1371, 171,38
    115. Hollis McMullen, 1353, 169,13
    116. Marvin Nezvensky Jr., 1306, 163,25

    300-Games: Bob Handley, Bill McCorkle, Ted Staikoff.