Exploring the Different Bowling Variations
On December 21, 2013 in the Duckpin Challengers League, 23-year old Sean Crist made big news at Hagerstown’s Southside Bowl when he posted a fabulous “200” game, with a sensational 5 strikes in a row to highlight the effort.
After a solid opening in the game with a score of 37 after 3 frames, Crist then began his offensive barrage with 5 crushing strikes in frames 4 through 8. Sean followed the 5-bagger with a healthy 8 count in the 9th frame, and then converted the spare break. Another good count of 6 on his first ball in the 10th frame, along with a final 9 for the frame closed out Sean’s tremendous performance with an even “200” score.
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BIEDERMAN WINS IN CLOSE DECISION OVER CEREZAL IN IDBC FINAL
John Biederman and Gerardo Cerezal represented the United States and Argentina in the final contest of the Inter-Continental Duckpin Bowling Challenge on July 2, 2014 at White Oak Bowling Lanes in Silver Spring, Maryland (USA). Biederman won the tightly contested “best 2 out of 3 game” match to climax the grand event.
Cerezal was true to form from his ‘tournament-high’ pinfall total of 4069 for the event (150.7 average) that led to the final, and claimed Game 1 over Biederman, 143-128. But John rebounded and evened the contest, 150-139 in Game 2. Biederman started fast in Game 3, marking in the first 5 frames. Although trailing in the early going, Cerezal showed the ‘heart of a lion’ and made an heroic charge with marks in frames 7, 8, and 9 to tighten the match. But Biederman’s strong marks in frames 7 and 8 ended up being the difference in the contest. Biederman marked once more at the very end to come away with the win in a 169-135 victory over the International star, Cerezal.