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Press-Gazette Media all-city bowling team

3:50 PM, May 31, 2013  |  Comments
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The Press-Gazette Media all-city bowling team for the 2012-13 season.

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First team

Jeff Lee: Won the Green Bay Major average title with a 240.63 average. Led the Association with 62 USBC honor scores, including six 800 series, 49 700 plus series, five 300 games and two 299s. Highest score was an 848, which ranked fourth-highest in the association.

Scott Weber: Won the average title in the 3-Man Classic that uses a tougher condition than regular league bowling with a 229.08. A once-a-week bowler, Weber registered two 800 series, 14 700s and one 300 game.

John Schermetzler: The Manitowoc bowler who only competes in the Green Bay Major finished second to Lee in the average race with 237.52. It was the fourth time he has finished second in the average list. He bowled 18 700s plus scores with a high of 794 and had one 300.

Kevin Weiss: His 221.26 average was second-highest in the 3-Man Classic, and he had a league-high average of 222.59 in the Ashwaubenon Double Duties. Recorded 17 honor counts, with a high of 771.

Matt Heesaker: Averaged 225.92 in the Major and 216.42 in the 3-Man Classic. Also averaged 224.19 in the Ashwaubenon 800. Had two 800s, with his 855 being the third-highest of the season. In addition, he had 27 700 series, four 300s and two 299s.

Second team

Mike LaFave: Had three averages better than 230, posting 237.30 in the Riviera Ten High Hardball Busters, 231.93 in the Riviera 973 and 234.40 in the Riv's Rowdies Couples League. Was second to Lee in honor counts with 50, including two 800s with a high of 825, 44 700s, three perfect games and one 299.

Randy Wilde: Won the Masters tournament, averaged 227.45 in the Major and 215.41 in the 3-Man Classic. Had a high of 807 and 16 700s.

Sean Martin: Averaged 221.11 in the Major, 219.93 in the 3-Man Classic and 226.13 in the Manhattan 16, his highest average. Bowled 15 national honor counts with a high of 795.

Rory Johnson: Had the third-most honor scores in the association with 44 - four 800s, 32 700s, four 300s and four 299s. His high was an 815. He averaged 239.90 in the Riviera Golden Guys and 244.52 in the Riv's Rowdies Couples League. Won the season ending Top 64/32 tournament.

John Schmitz: Averaged 230.41 in the Ten High Hardball Busters, 232.40 in the Riviera Golden Niners' Couples and 228.81 in the Riviera Procter & Gamble Matinee. Had 28 national honor counts with a high of 790, one 300 and one 299.

Honorable mention: Eric Puyleart; Nick Berken; Matt Mead; Jeff Ross; Matt Orvis; Bill Kinney; Bob Leavy; Brian thyes; Mike Herman; Jim Moureau; Ron Brudnicki; Mark Simonet; Terry Clark; Steve Dombrowski; Rick Mangin; Dan Bellin; Jon Koltz; Tom Karman; Lloyd Delisse; Jake Ziebarth; Barry Marthaler; Josh Johnson; Les Lauscher; Justin Doxtater; Mike LaBar; Mike Johnson; Dan Bourassa; Rob Schermitzler; Felix VanEnkenvoort; Jeff Erickson; Aaron Bisick; Dick Francini.

WOMEN

First team

Wendy LaFave: Posted the highest average in the women's association with a 224 in the Bellevue Strikers at Willow Creek Lanes, 208 in the Ashwaubenon Hometown Café Women's Classic and 217 in the Riv's Rowdies, a couples league at Riviera. Led the association with 12 national honor counts with a high of 762. Totaled 63 series of 600 or higher, including the 700s.

Sue Olson: Bowled the only 800 series during the season with an 823 in the Ashwaubenon Thunderwhales. Finished with 55 plus-600 series including nine 700s. Averaged 215 in the Thunderwhales and 208 in Women's Classic. Posted two perfect games. Won the season ending Top 64/32 tournament.

Ashley Brunette: A once-a-week bowler, she captured the average title in the Women's Classic, the only women's scratch league in the association, with a 212.13. Bowled 22 600-plus series with four national honor counts. Her highest was a 734.

Kim Hoffmann: Tied Olson for second-most national honor counts with nine and in addition had 39 plus-600 series. Averaged 214 in the Strikers, 199 in the Women's Classic and 212 in Riv's Rowdies. Had a high score of 766.

Caitlin Polarek: Averaged 209.67 in the Women's Classic, and averaged 206 and 201 in Village Bangers and Village Bucks and Does, both mixed leagues. Rolled 51 series 600 or higher, including three national series with a high of 712.

Second team

Nikki Allen: Edged Polarek for the second-highest average in the Women's Classic with a 209.78, her only league. Rolled 22 series better than 600, including four national honor counts with a high of 752.

Micole VanArk: Averaged 207 in the Riviera Monday Night Swingers and 197 in Riv's Rowdies. She posted 24 series better than 600, including six 700s with a high of 762. Tied Olson for most 300s in the association with two.

Jenny (Hansen) Moldenhauer: Averaged 200 in the Classic and 207 in the Willow Creek Cripple Creek Castoffs, a couples league. Finished with 23 series better than 600 with a high of 737.

Becky Mencheski: Averaged 208 in the Women's Classic and 210 in the Bellevue Strikers. Was second behind LaFave with 61 plus 600 series, including eight national honor counts with a high of 746.

Lara Luedtke: Averaged 199 in the Women's Classic, 211 in the Cripple Creek Castoffs and 194 in the Ashwaubenon T.G.I.F. Had 30 scores of 600 or better, including one national honor count of 725.

Honorable mention: Beth Polomis; Briana Cubito; Valerie Verheyen; Tara Silbernagel; Sheila Schmidt; Melissa Frisque; Ronda Kaiwi; Rita Bostedt; Jodi Greiling; Tracey Huben; Michelle Maccoux; Melissa Christensen; Tina Petersen; Cassie Felton; Amy Laurent; Karen Panure; Laura Fruzen; Linda Zellner; Heather Harrill; Carol Diener; Jayne Detampel.

Correction

The last name of Jenny (Hansen) Moldenhauer, a member of the women's second team, was incorrect in earlier versions of this story.

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