Vernon bowlers in the cash

Lincoln Lanes in Vernon hosts in-house Cash Singles Bowling Finals with purse of $1,425

Rick Rothgeb took the top prize money at the Lincoln Lanes Cash Singles Bowling Finals.

The three-game, pins over average event featured the top 70 bowlers from the semifinal rounds with a total purse of $1,425.

Rothgeb rolled 123 pins over his 133 average to claim the first prize of $500.

Lynn Wilson was second, going 105 pins over her 142 average to win $225. Taking third place was Tony Beauchamp, who rolled 104 pins over his 160 average to pocket $150.

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Rounding out the cash placings:

4th: Pierce Malkow; 97 over 138 avg; $100;

5th: Rosanne Burke; 91 over 164 avg; $75;

6th: Natasha Harvey; 85 over 159 avg; $75;

7th: Lisa Lauzon; 80 over 178 avg; $50;

8th: Denine Wood; 77 over 142; $50;

T9th: Keith Altwasser, Brittany McMillan; 72 pins over average; $50;

T11th: Elaine Hawthorne, Richard LaPlante, 67 pins over average: $50.

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