Coming from around the state, the Oregon State United States Bowling Congress’ (USBC) 2019 Women’s Championships in Salem brought in hundreds of individuals and teams competing for the top spot.
Lake County’s representation fared well against the competition with Howard’s Drugs placing 34th in the 572 & Down Handicapped division with a score of 2,693 and the duo of Leigh Dunn and Rosie Clark placing 30th in the 284 & Down Handicapped Doubles with a score of 1,386, both the highest placement for Lakeview.
The team of Favell-Utley placed 40th in the 573 to 619 Handicapped Team event with 2,606 points and the team of LX Ranch out of Plush placed 74th with 2,573 pins in the 572 & Down Handicapped.
As for the rest of the competition, multiple ladies placed respectively.
In the 140 & Down Handicapped All Events; Tillie Flynn placed 64th with 2,058 pins and Charley Tracy led the way in the 141 to 157 Handicapped All Events with a 60th finish and 2,066 pins.
In the rest of the 140 & Down, Rosie Clark placed 71st with 2,053 pins; Leigh Dunn placed 98th with 2,030 pins; Janet Jarrett placed 114th with 2,012 pins; Lisa Pike finished 124th with 2,006 pins; Sandi Lysne placed 228th with 1,896 pins; Sheila Holloway placed 249th with 1,860 pins and Cindy Lane placed 264th with 1,814 pins.
Wrapping up the 141 to 157 Handicapped was Sharon Harvey with a 144th place finish and 1,976 pins, Lorrie Reif in 225th with 1,890 pins and Debe Lightle finishing 265th with 1,778 pins.
Doubles representation for the state tournament was Janet Jarrett and Sharon Harvey who placed 57th with 1,360 pins in the 284 & Down Handicapped; Sheila Holloway and Debe Lightle placed 171th in the 284 & Down Handicapped with 1,170 pins and Lorrie Reif and Charley Tracy who tied for 109th with 1,289 pins in the 285 to 312 Handicapped.
The ladies attending also competed individually.
In the 140 & Down Handicapped Singles; Tillie Flynn placed 38th with 714 pins; Lisa Pike placed 57th with 702 pins; Leigh Dunn placed 108th with 682 pins; Janet Jarrett tied for 160th with 663 pins, Rosie Clark tied for 204th with 650 pins; Sandi Lysne placed 258th with 622 pins; Sheila Holloway placed 275th with 607 pins and Cindy Lane placed 291st with 504 pins.
In the 141 to 157 Handicapped Singles; Charley Tracy placed 117th with 671 pins; Lorrie Reif placed 165th with 649 pins; Sharon Harvey placed 191st with 639 pins and Debe Lightle placed 251st with 602 pins.
The tournament saw more than 500 bowlers with a few Lake County ladies finishing in the top 25 percent of the championships.
For the full results visit http://osusbc.com/womens-championship/.