Sunday, November 1, 2009

James Nickels Big Winner in Boowling 4 Boobs

James Nickels shot a great 888 Series to take first place in the 1st annual Bowling 4 Boobs Fundraiser at Al-Mar. Mickey Kolva was 2nd with an 831 (donated prize money back to the charity), Dave Friedley 3rd 826, Jim Darby 4th 798, Pancha Melendrez 5th 786, Jim Bailey 6th 781, Mike Wiener 7th 772, Nate henschen 8th 767 and Kyle Friedley 9th at 755. Event raised nearly $250 for the Susan G Koman Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.

Loma Lindas Defends Moosman Title

Led by JJ Westhoven's 646 series Loma Lindas 2938 was enough to win thier 2nd consecutive Dean Moosman Memorial Tournament and the $1,000.00 first prize along with a $500.00 scholarship for the student of thier choice. Westhoven's teammates included Brady Woessner (575), Kevin Onweller (520), Joe Kominek (584), and Jeff Kwiakowski (613). Runners up Al-Mar Lanes (2880) good for $600.00 and a $250.00 scholarship was led by Mitch Bakies (610) Josh Earl (561), Pancha Melendrez (571), Nate Henschen (541), and Mark Wolford (597). 3rd place woth $400.00 and a $150.00 scholarship went to Four a Spare - Gary Quaintance 545, Steve Jakubowski 580, aaron Hawkins 585, Don Genalo 559, and Chris Hayward 556. Final cash spot went to Ottawa Highland Lanes ($300) Brich Beach 587, Joe Schroeder 644, Jake Schroeder 578, Mike Meyer 459, and Randy Schroeder 535. Thanks to all and I'm sure that looking at these winning scores Dean is looking down with a huge smile.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Any Ideas and or Suggestions for a better Al-Mar

We are always looking for ways to make Al-Mar the best that we can be. Any ideas or suggestions to make your league or open bowling experience better at Al-Mar will be greatly appreciated. We know that you have many choices for spending your recreation time and we really appreciate that you choose to spend that time with us here at Al-Mar. Our goal is to give you the best recreational value that you can find and your input will help us maintain that goal.

BGSU Men's Basketball Bowling

BGSU Men's Basketball Coach Louis Orr wants to get the ball rolling on another MAC Championship by BOWLING over the competition. Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 2 PM Fans and friends of the program will be able to bowl 3 games with the players, coaches and past stars from the BGSU Men's Basketball team. Doors Prizes and Silent Auctions. Call Megan Centers, Basketball operations at (419) 372-8311 for more info. Space is limited.

Dean Moosman Tournament Draws Stars

What a field - Dale Eagle, Don Genalo, Todd Book, Jeff Kwiakowski, Steve Jakubowski, Steve Etzel. National PBA Champions, ABC Eagles, Hall of Fame Members and more bowling for Junior Scholarships and cash. 10 AM Sunday, Novbember 1st at Al-Mar. Come out and wath the best bowlers in the area compete on a tournament lane condition,

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Bowling 4 Boobs

1 in 7 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. These are women you know. Help us so that no more women have to hear the words, "You have breast cancer"

Saturday October 31, 2009
6 PM
Al-Mar Lanes

$20 per person
$ 5.00 from each entry to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation
9 pin no tap tournament
Handicap 80% from 220

Jackpots - Brackets - 50/50 - FUN - FUN - FUN -
Call (419)352-4637 for details

Brad Simon lights up the lanes

Last Thursday night in the Eagles-Outback Steakhouse League Brad Simon a member of the Dilsaver Plumbing team came awfully close to breaking the BG city record. Brad started with a 279 game followed by a perfect game 300 and the finished with a 267 for an 846 series. Great bowling Brad.

This was the 2nd 800 of the young season as Steve DeVaughn had shot 805 a couple of weeks ago in the American League.

This was also the 3rd 300 of the year as Brian Close and Ben Wuebbenhorst had also shot 300's earlier in the year on Wednesday night in the American league.