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ARLINGTON, Texas - HannahDiem of Seminole, Fla., becamethe youngest United StatesBowling Congress member to rolla certified 300 game last week when she ended her Youth/AdultFall league session at LibertyLanes in Largo, Fla., with 12 con-secutive strikes.At 9 years, 6 months and 19days, Hannah broke the previousoverall record of 10 years, 2months set by Chaz Dennis of Columbus, Ohio, in 2006 and shat-tered the girls' mark of 12 years, 4months set by Brandie Reamy of Farmington, Mich., also in 2006.Hannah started the night withgames of 204 and 226 beforerolling the perfect game to finishwith a 730 series, a personal best by 166 pins. Entering the night,her high game was 224 and her high set was 564."Going into the third game, Iknew what she needed for her first600 series, but then the strikesstarted to add up," said HeidiDiem, Hannah's mother. "It's likeevery shot she threw was rightthere. It was magical."Diem credits much of her daugh-ter's continuing improvement to thesupport and guidance of the older youth bowlers at Liberty Lanes andthe dedication of USBC Bronzecoach James Crouch, who runs theyouth program and the Youth/Adultleague. Hannah also spent timeover the summer at the KegelTraining Center in Lake Wales, Fla.In four years of certified compe-tition, Hannah has raised her aver-age to 162. She bowls in multipleleagues each week, practices oftenand bowls in tournaments on theweekend. In 2012, she won her singles division at the FloridaState Youth Tournament.After her second game Sundaynight, Hannah asked her mother when she thought she'd roll her first perfect game. The answer was, "next year.""I tried not to talk to her toomuch and distract her," HeidiDiem said. "I don't know how shecomposed herself. I've never thrown a 300 or been close, so Idon't know the pressure she feltwhen she was up there. Going intothe 10th frame, it's like she didn'twaiver at all. She just got up thereand nailed it."For Hannah, the accomplish-ment is a little bit overwhelming."At first, I wasn't that confident Icould do it, but as I got morestrikes, I felt like maybe it couldhappen," said Hannah, who uses a12-pound ball. "This just feelsamazing. It's so much excitement,and my brain is still trying to process it all."Hannah hopes to continueimproving with the help of her teammates and coaches, and her sights are set on potentially com- peting in the Bowling.com YouthOpen Championships and USBCJunior Gold Championships in theBuffalo, N.Y., area next summer.For now, she and her mother areenjoying the chance to bowltogether on Sunday nights."She certainly didn't get the bowling gene from me," Diemsaid. "I always joke that it skippedme, and she got double, but itmeans a lot that it's something wecan do together."
Monday Early Birds
: Evan Warshaw 247-637, Doug Scholtz 215,Alex Dalmedo 245-606, Ed Hardy 219, Michelle Clouse 226-570,Frances Haines 165-457.
County Tuesday Night:
Matt Franke 290-688, Jesus Cruz 279-772,Charles Wilfong 258, PJ. Adams 247-698, Lynn Coleman 214-599,Joan Rauh 212, Amy Banfield 189-488.
Fox Hills Seniors
: Bill Verderber 258-693, Sam landsman 188, SteveFriedman 215-640, Kathy Ingenito 164-436, Marilyn Forte 127, HelenLovero 150-401, Donna Matthews 137.
Morris Hills Mixed
: Barry Webb 235-572, Bob McClughan 186-517,Manny Barroquieiro 164-476, Dolores Webb 176-471, Beth Williams168-428, Rita McKoy 161.
: Colleen Boyd 223-555, Tammy Baldwin 212-614, Marybeth Kanoiuse 211-520, Susan Chillemi 201-517, AnnetteRossi 201-518, Pat Somers 192-514, Tracy O’Leary 191-499, BeverlyKoval 163-445.
bowled on changing PBA lane conditions
: TimPanek 244-642, Joseph Caloger 232-611, Nick Westergaard 211-543,Philip St. Amand 187-500, Liesl Apgar 188 and Dori Tinogoli 186.
: Bill Karpack 243-652, Charles Wrigth 238-665,Patrick Deo 238, Marie Vantreuren 204-504, Lynn Perry 195-524,Mary Abasto 189-541.
Lake Hiawatha A.C
.: Mike Harris 267-631, Larry Lewis265-618, Nick Westergaard 263-667, J.W. Albensi III 248-655, Paul CeCe 247-693, Maryann Abasto 189-521, Jacqlyn Coren 182-446, KimberlyFeehan 171-453.
: Mike Svetik 201-497, Geno McCroy 198-534,Fred Driver 189-524, Steve Beltz 189, Michelle Halko 191-555, AmyCaselli 176-454, Joann Mossi 143-403.
Spanish American Mixed
: Tyrone Waal 296-724, Bill Coleman 290-657, Julio Soto 267-704.
Junior LeaguesSizzlin’ Strikers/Weekend Warriors
: Nicholas Thiese 160-413, Mark Howarth 156-425, Emma Thiese 192-474, Chelsey Cruz 91-213.
): Jared Glickman 108-206, Christopher Dunleary 90-175, Isabel Glickman 94-176.
): Alexander Schulte 90-179, William Ciampaglion 83-157, Hannah Digansgi 105-184.
): Ricky Rodriguez 130-212, DominicMellifore 105-179, Jacob Paniconi 98-194, Jeniece Lazard 82-158.
: Colin Fisher 77-194, Samantha Fisher 68-182.
Zachary Clark 244-618, Brandon Kwestel 235-631,Mike Murray 187-477, Ben Gallagher 185, Haley Paccione 171-502,Stephanie Sihanick 155-401.
Hannah Diem is Youngest to Roll 300 Game
Sean Zeleniak 784
HOPELAWN, NJ Sean Zelenaik led the Raritan Bay Men’s Leaguefiring games of 256-230-298 for ahigh series of 784.Joe Lampariello shot 255-256-259-770, Dena Simon 278 -269-208-755, Glenn Mohr 219-268-257-744, Patrick Plate 227-279-233-739, and Dorien Soto 259-213-246-718.
Joey Weisenstein 714
HOPELAWN, NJ – JoeyWeisenstein led the scoring in theMadison Park Men’s League fir-ing games of 234-225-255 for ahigh series of 714.Tom Martino, Jr. rolled 257-236-205-698, Jeff Scire 243-206-237-686, Andrew Tripka 222-222-237-681, and Eric Velasquez 238-257-673.
Manuel Gonzalez 711
HOPELAWN, NJ – ManuelGonzales led the scoring in theGoldstein & Hanel Doubles Leaguefiring games of 235-279 for a highseries of 711.Rusty Thomsen shot 218-224-237-679, Bob Caruso 248-225-649, andLou Gaudio, Jr. 223-227-641.