Annual Grand Strand Open and Women’s City Handicap Championships Tournament crowns champs

For The Sun NewsMarch 27, 2013 

The Annual Grand Strand Open and Women's City Handicap Championships Tournament were held during March at Little River and Waccamaw Bowling Center. There were 35 teams, 67 doubles, 134 singles and 124 in all events. The winners were:

•  Open Team: Division A-Spares & Strikes Pro Shop-2816

• Division B: One and Done -2850

• Division C: Team Waccamaw-2737

•  Open Doubles: Division A-Michael Cyganiewicz/Sal Marsicano Jr.-1503

• Division B: Greg Gatti/Pat Gibbs-1523

• Division C: Brent Cole, Mike Robertson-1635

•  Open Singles: Division A-Sal Marsicano Jr.-818

•  Division B: Steve Crist-751

•  Division C: Brent Cole-766

•  Open All-events:

•  Division A: Sal Marsicano Jr.-2310

•  Division B: Derrell Kicklighter-2281

•  Division C: Carol Deese- 2130

• Women’s Team: Division A-Yes, We Can-2477

• Division B: New Comers-2725

• Division C: Little River Girls-2791

• Women’s Doubles: Division A-Mary Radebach/Julia Avant-1395

• Division B: Cathy Bereths/Lynn Youmell-1490

• Division C: Patricia Piepoli/Mary Cook-1389

• Womens Singles: Division A-Tammy Seagle-811

• Division B: Mary Radebach-737

• Division C: Keisha Johnson-743

• Womens All-events:

•  Division A: Lynn Youmell-2173

• Division B: Cathy Pascal-2002

• Division C: Patricia Piepoli-2129

High scores rolled in the tournament were 300 games by Sal Marsicano Jr. and Tom Marangelli with 700 series bowled by Marsicano 770, Marangelli 703, Barry Barthelman 708, Mike Albert 703 and Anthony Todd 703. For the women Lynn Youmell had high series of 227-646 and Tammy Seagle high game of 240-639.

All awards and prize money will be distributed at the Association Annual Meeting to be held at Surfside Bowling Center on April 7th at 2 p.m.

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