Former Princeton Master's champ Anna Flaig leads the 2013 bowling tournament at the halfway mark.
Flaig, who won the Masters in 1998, 2004, 2007 and 2008 holds a 48.46 to 47.27 edge in Peterson Points over Cari Hanson, also a four-time winner. Defending champ Melody Beans (46.11) stands third with Shannon Allen (43.02) and Melinda Camp (42.34) rounding out the top five.
Tournament director Mary Hartman said the tournament has been a lot of fun with a lot of different faces this year. The tournament resumes at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Crown Lanes Centre.
Flaig held the high average (193) and series (993) through the first day (five games), including high games of 234 and 228. Top average and series on the second day belonged to Cari Hanson with a 214 average and 1,072 series. Hanson rolled games of 235, 228 and 218.
The overall high game through 10 games was thrown by Beans with a 247 in Game 8 on Sunday.
Average for the field through two games Is 167.
The Peterson Points system scores one one point for each 50 pins and one point for each win.
The top 10 consists of Sherry Allen (42.27), Karin Baugh (40.39), Robin Eikenberry (40.28), Amber Poff (39.44) and Shelly Miller (38.18).
Remaining bowlers include Teri O'Connor (37.20), Brenda Lanham (37.06), Jackie Molin (34.29), Renae Molin (34.24), Kim Mantel (34.06), Nancy Lorang (33.20), Joyce Egan (30.38), Trudi Colby (30.03) and Sandra Drake (29.45).