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Flaig wins all-events city championship

PRINCETON — The Princeton USBA Women’s Bowling Association held the 2013 City Tournament March 10-17. Bowlers were able to participate in four handicap events which included team, doubles, singles and all events. The scratch winners of each event are declared the association champions.

There were 24 three-woman teams. Amanda Holmes, Melinda Camp and Sandra Drake teamed up as the Rum Chatas for the team handicap championship with a score of 1,960. They also won the scratch and city championship at 1,503.

Other top handicap teams were second place Jack of Most Trades with Connie Lucas, Judy Morris and Anna Murray (1,941); the Barnyard Sweeties with Mary Hartmann, Diane Carver and Carol Towne (1,931) and Flowers By Julia with Diane Carver, Holly Swanson and Anna Flaig (1,921).

The doubles division consisted of 18 sets of doubles. Handicap winners were Correne Eggers and Angie Faber with a score of 1,400. The doubles division consisted of 18 sets of doubles teams, including second place Robyn Eikenberry and Amy Funderberg (1,376) and third place Amber Poff and Rachel Poff (1,367).

Correne Eggers won the singles handicap championship with a score of 709. There were 36 bowlers who participated, including second place Karin Baugh (689), third place Bretta Klein (68) and fourth place Mary Hartmann (663).

The all events is a combination of bowler’s scores for all three events. Rachel Poff won the handicap championship for all events with a score of 1,994. There were 36 bowlers who participated, including runner-up Melinda Camp (1,978), third place Ruth Pioterek (1,966) and fourth place Anna Murray (1,942).

Twins Sherry Allen and Shelly Miller won the scratch and city doubles championship with a score of 1,093.

Anna Flaig won the all events scratch and city championship with a score of 1,747 and the singles scratch and city championship with a score of 600.

The high scratch game and series of the tournament were bowled by Carol Towne during her team event. She bowled a 278 game and had a 635 series.

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