Bayes rolls big

Cliff Bayes took top spot in the Lincoln Lanes Cash Singles bowling tournament featuring the top-70 qualifiers from the semifinals

Cliff Bayes rolled into some Christmas cash big time.

Bayes took top spot in the Lincoln Lanes Cash Singles bowling tournament featuring the top-70 qualifiers from the semifinal rounds of the three-game, pins over average tournament.

Bayes finished 208 pins over his 215 average to take top prize of $500.

Marchel Charest and Amanda Summerfelt tied for second, each winning $212.50 for being 143 pins over their averages (Charest, 166; Summerfelt, 133).

Joanne Swart placed fourth, rollIng 96 pins over her 171 average to win $150. Kelsee Knowlan was fifth at 90 pins over her 168 average to earn $125.

Rounding out the top-12 were Ann Rainer, Hans Kurz, Jason Summerfelt, Nadine Siegersma, Cam Botrill, Alice Rowland and Elsa Berge.

Tournament highlights included 300 games from Bayes (329), Kurz (305) and Yvonne Walker (317).



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