Delgado, Herrera end Cambowl Mayor 2010 with victory in Masters

    05/16/10

    Guatemala

    Metrobowl in Guatemala City. Guatemala (May 2010)

    Viviana Delgado, Costa Rica, and local favorite Andres Herrera, Guatemala, ended the Campeonato Centroamericano y Mexico Cambowl Mayor 2010 Metrobowl in Guatemala City with victory in the women's and men's Masters.

    The top 8 players from All Events advanced to the best-of-three games single elimination match play fianls. In the women's finals, Delgado, seeded 6th, swept former World Games champion Sofia Granda, Guatemala, 2-0. The top 4 women, all from Mexico, including All Events gold medalist Maria Fernanda Cornejo, were eliminated in the first round.

    Herrera, who has won the men's All Events title, went the distance against Alejandro Cruz, defeating the Mexican in the decisive game, 189-168.

    The Cambowl Mayor 2010 drew 24 men and 24 women from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico and the host country of Guatemala. Overall Mexico earned 6 gold medals, while Guatemala claimed 4 title and Costa Rica 2.

     


    Men's Masters

     

     

     

    Women's Masters

     

     

     

    Men's All Events


    The top 8 advance to the Masters competition.

     

     

    Women's All Events


    The top 8 advance to the Masters competition.

     

     

    Men's Team

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Mexico, 1162
    3 Games: Mexico, 3233
    6 Games: Mexico, 6274

    Individual:
    1 Game: Alejandro Cruz, Mexico, 283
    3 Games: Alejandro Cruz, Mexico, 707
    6 Games: Andres Herrera, Guatemala, 1336

     

     

    Women's Team

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Mexico, 1046
    3 Games: Mexico, 2923
    6 Games: Mexico, 5801

    Individual:
    1 Game: Lilia Robles, Mexico, 267
    3 Games: Lilia Robles, Mexico, 696
    6 Games: Lilia Robles, Mexico, 1304

     

     

    Men's Trios

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Mexico, 695 (Enrique Calvo, 244/Alejandro Sanchez, 215/Alejandro Cruz, 236)
    3 Games: Guatemala, 1905 (Andres Herrera, 678/Armando Batres, 631/Miguel Aguilar, 596)
    6 Games: Guatemala, 3805 (Andres Herrera, 1354/Armando Batres, 1292/Miguel Aguilar, 1159)

    Individual:
    1 Game: Alejandro Cruz, Mexico, 257
    3 Games: Andres Herrera, Guatemala, 678
    6 Games: Andres Herrera, Guatemala, 1354

     

     

    Women's Trios

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Mexico, 702 (Aseret Zetter, 218/Adriana Perez, 258/Maria Fernanda Cornejo, 226)
    3 Games: Mexico, 1907 (Aseret Zetter, 632/Adriana Perez, 639/Maria Fernanda Cornejo, 636)
    6 Games: Mexico, 3713 (Aseret Zetter, 1288/Adriana Perez, 1249/Maria Fernanda Cornejo, 1176)

    Individual:
    1 Game: Viviana Delgado, Costa Rica, 265
    3 Games: Lilia Robles, Mexico, 666
    6 Games: Aseret Zetter, Mexico, 1288

     

     

    Men's Doubles

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Costa Rica, 543 (Federico Reyna, 256/Alejandro Reyna, 287)
    3 Games: Guatemala, 1368 (Antonio De Leon, 694/Estuardo Batres, 674)
    6 Games: Costa Rica, 2610 (Federico Reyna, 1243/Alejandro Reyna, 1367)

    Individual:
    1 Game: Antonio De Leon, Guatemala, 298
    3 Games: Andres Herrera, Guatemala, 746
    6 Games: Alejandro Reyna, Costa Rica, 1367

     

     

    Women's Doubles

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    Team
    1 Game: Guatemala, 498 (Laura Barrios, 254/Sofia Granda, 244)
    3 Games: Guatemala, 1326 (Laura Barrios, 577/Sofia Granda, 749)
    6 Games: Guatemala, 2567 (Laura Barrios, 1224/Sofia Granda, 1343)

    Individual:
    1 Game: Maria Fernanda Cornejo, Mexico, 258
    3 Games: Sofia Granda, Guatemala, 749
    6 Games: Sofia Granda, Guatemala, 1343

     

     

    Men's Singles

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    1 Game: Enrique Calvo, Mexico, 300
    3 Games: Enrique Calvo, Mexico, 750
    6 Games: Marcos Baeza, Mexico, 1351

     

     

    Women's Singles

     

     


    High Game/High Series
    1 Game: Maria Fernanda Cornejo, Mexico, 236, and Adriana Perez, Mexico, 236
    3 Games: Adriana Perez, Mexico, 645
    6 Games: Maria Fernanda Cornejo, Mexico, 1213