Three Marylanders lead categories of the Hanover (Pa.) Bowling Centre Tournament, which will run every weekend through Labor Day.
Wilson Rowe of Greenbelt and Lee Brosius of Fort Meade lead in both the handicap and scratch doubles with 1,358 and 1,298, respectively. Gary Smith and Rhonda Storm, both from Hanover, are second in handicap with 1,357, and George Kostjal and Bob Spaulding, from Mechanicsburg, Pa., are second in scratch with 1,264.
Ron Steele of Forestville leads in scratch singles with 884, and Sterling Brown of Philadelphia is the handicap singles leader with 937.
The Majestic Bowling Club of New Jersey leads in both the handicap and scratch team event with 3,098 and 2,732.
High games by Marylanders over the weekend included: Robert Marion, Severn, 237; Mary Mack, Baltimore, 193; Bronson Schalizk, Baltimore, 246; Brian Thacker, White Marsh, 254; Donald Bock, Baltimore, 254; Vanessa Shives, St. James, 211; Percy Mack, Baltimore, 220; Mark Mack, Baltimore, 201; Rowe, Greenbelt, 245; Brosius, Fort Meade, 245; Scott Poe, Glen Burnie, 245; John Clarke, Abingdon, 258; and Bill Plagianakos, Baltimore, 247.
For tournament information, call (717) 632-2695.
Robin Smith of Bowie finished 11th in the Women's All-Star Association Bowling Open at White Plains, N.Y. Smith knocked down 1,844 pins and earned $175.
Kathy Frey of Reading, Pa., won the $700 first prize in the tournament, and Carol Kelly of Baltimore was 43rd with 1,136 pins and earned $65.
The next WASA tournaments will be July 13-14 in Wallington, N.J., and Union, N.J.
Danny Wiseman of Baltimore finished 11th in the Professional Bowlers Association Celebrity Open in Denver that was won by John Mazza.
Wiseman knocked down 9,602 pins for a 220 average in 42 games and earned $2,600.
The 14th Youth Duckpin Invitational Championship will begin July 7 at 1 p.m. at Greenway Bowl East in Baltimore.
For further information, call Frank Applestein, tournament director, at (301) 685-3800.