With one night left a lot still on the line in city bowling tourney
The women have already crowned a team champion. The men know who won singles and doubles. The vice versa though is very much in doubt. One night remains to settle all debts and to find out who ultimately has bragging rights for a full year.
The Tiffin Women’s Bowling Association turned its attention to singles and doubles in the 75th Annual City Bowling Tournament. Though leaders have been determined, there is one more night of competition. Let’s take a look at the current leaderboards.
Cindy Sendelbach tops the list in singles with a 671 mark. Kim Fisher is currently second with 641. The rest of the top five includes Randi Hossler 636, Terri Renninger 630 and Nita Doran with 612.
In doubles Kim Fisher and Bobbie Tidswell sit on top with a 1,333 total. They are followed by Pat Cook/Carla Siebenaller 1,274, Hayli Weimerskirch /Sue Stine 1,253, Heather Butler/Jan Houk 1,249 and Donna Schriner/Terri Renninger at 1,226.
Carla Siebenaller shot a 561 for the high series both on the night and for the tournament. Other 500 series belonged to Jan Houk 559, Robin Dickman 550, Bobbie Tidswell 538 and Pat Cook 500.
Robin Dickman shot a big 247 game to lead the list of 200 games. Carla Siebenaller rolled a pair of 220 games shooting 213 and 203. Jan Houk had a 212 effort while Cindy Sendelbach shot 206. Dickman’s 247 is high for the tournament so far.
Pat Cook and Carla Siebenaller shot 1,061 for the high actual series in doubles. Robin Dickman rolled 499 for the high singles series.
In the Tiffin Men’s Bowling Association 84th Annual City Tournament it was the second night of team competition. The leader remains Pit Stop consisting of John Klingshirn, Martin Klingshirn, Steve Barnes, Ed Conrad and Tyson Shope as their score of 3,303 was not topped on this evening. There were some changes in the top five however. D&D is currently second with 3,238 while Jerry’s Dog Grooming Service has found third with 3,147. Fourth place for now is the Dream Team 2 at 3,117 while fifth place is Reineke at 3,105.