Ted Vascocu and Kenny Tynan kept the best for last in winning the gold medal in men’s 50-54 doubles bowling as the NW La. District Senior Olympics crowned another set of bowling stars at All Star Lanes.
Vascocu-Tynan rolled the top series, 1,289, to beat Charlie McCoy and Randy White (1,248) for the gold medal. McCoy and White made a late rush until the final games of the day, when Vascocu and Tynan combined for the highest single game (500) of the tournament. Vascocu had the high individual game of the day (288).
Kay Free and Geneva Strain walked away with the women’s 55-59 age bracket gold, rolling the top distaff series (988) and the top game (347) of the day. Margie Floyd’s 223 paced women’s high individual game.
(G=gold, S=silver, B=bronze)
55-59 Kay Free-Geneva Strain 988 G; Joyce Freeman-Teri Ringey 882 S; Lois Adger-Marlyn Salad 876 B; Ann Barber-Ezell Barber 838; Mary Foisey-Lajuana Shirley 734.
60-69 Margie Floyd-Shirley Rupert 984 G; Shelby Kautz-Susan Berry 897 S; Kay Staples-Minnette McElhannon 875 S; Ethel Davis-Lillian Irving 789; Betty Short-Eleanor Richie 759; Jeri Price-Janet Cloud 701.
70-74 Barbara Offer-Mary Frances Sanders 920 G; Betty Krause-Manhdy Hawkins 884 S; Shirley Wood-Jimmie Moreland 869 B; JoAnn Cobb-Betty Hustead 857; Wanda Hunter-Marilyn Ballard 837; Carole Neely-Marilyn Lytle 822; Jean White-Miriam Hollenshead 736; Annie Ardis-Lily Fridenberg 657.
75-84 Connie Bogues-Teresa Howard 827 G; Frances Hutton-Marie Powell 737, S.
50-54 Kenny Tynan-Ted Vascocu 1,289 G; Charlie McCoy-Randy White 1,248 S; Barry Brasfield-Everett Fuller 1,064 B.
55-64 Bill Free-Harry Strain 1,198 G; Fudge Fulgham-Don McGhee 1,099 S; Curtis Drayden-Rodney Dixon 1,086 B.
65-69 Don Preuett-Mike Berry 1,211 G; Roy Harris-Larry Ringey 1,104 S; Wes Rance-Wayne Gates 807 B.
70-74 Jim Draper-gary rice 1,143 G; Harry Simmons-James Samuels 778, S.
75-89 Austin Knox-Erv Duncan 1,010 G; Danny Grant-John Grimsley 853, S; Dick Hainey-Howard Robertson 837, B.