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Back 40 bowlers take tourney title
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 7:50 AM
The team sponsored by Back 40 Supper Club won the CWAB tourney. Pictured left to right are: Ruth Ann St. Mary, Randi Vick, Ashley Ziebell, Connie Myhre and Caitlin Speece.
The Caledonia Women's Association Bowling Tournament was held Feb. 9-10 at Starlite Lanes in Caledonia.
The league formed in the mid-'70s, and Lynn Reburn has served as the tournament director for the past 11 years. The results were as follows:
Singles Handicap - Sara Klankowski - 693
Singles Scratch - Sue Meyer - 544
Doubles Handicap - Tammy Albert & Sandy Welscher - 1318
Doubles Scratch - Jody Straate & Sue Meyer - 1031
Team - Back 40 - Ruth Ann St. Mary, Randi Vick, Ashley Ziebell, Connie Myhre and Caitlin Speece
All Events Handicap - Kathy Houdek - 2006
All Events Scratch - Lynn Reburn - 1573
Winning the Marie Albert Award for most pins bowled over average for a single game was Ruth Ann St. Mary who bowled a 211 with a 143 average which is 68 pins over her average.
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