Special Olympic BC bowlers from Trail and Creston went head-to-head in the Wilbert Ackerman Tournament on the weekend joining about 80 other bowlers that competed at Glenmerry Lanes for the annual 5-pin roll-

Special Olympic BC athletes roll into Trail

Special Olympic athletes from around the Kootenays hit the lanes at Glenmerry Bowl for the annual Wilbert Ackerman tournament.

Close to 150 Special Olympic BC (SOBC) athletes, coaches, and supporters from across the Kootenays gathered for the annual Wilbert Ackerman tournament on the weekend at Glenmerry Bowl in Trail.

The tournament started on Saturday with 80 SOBC bowlers rolling for high score in the 5-pin tournament, and wrapped up Sunday afternoon, following a dinner at the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday night.

When the final pin fell, the top team in the A Division with +120 pins was the Trail 1 team made up of Stuart, Paula, Maria, Lou, and Stacey. Second place with +40 pins went to Castlegar 1 with Haley, Wayne, Cody, Jay and Thomas, and third place with -50 pins to Trail 2 comprised of Robert, Bob, Jordan, Fred and Sherry.

In the B Division first place went to Cranbrook 4 with +209 pins, and second place to Grand Forks at +168. Nelson 2 captured first place with +387 pins in the C Division, while second place went to Nelson 3, +271, and third place to Nelson 1 with -16 pins.

Top bowlers in A division include:

High 6 block male, James from Elk Valley, 1302.

High 6 block female, Maria from Trail, 1159.

Most pins over average male Daniel from Cranbrook, +93.

Most pins over average female Stacey from Nelson, +120.

High single game male Bob from Trail, 278.

High single game female Maria from Trail, 222.

B Division

High 6 block male Phillip from Cranbrook, 1107.

High 6 block female Karen from Cranbrook, 810.

Most pins over average male Justin from Cranbrook, +216.

Most pins over average female Karen from Cranbrook, +60.

High single game male Charlie from Cranbrook, 326.

High single game female Kathy from Creston and Tina from Cranbrook, 182.

C Division

High 6 block male Neil from Trail, 842.

High 6 block female Stephanie from Trail, 884.

Most pins over average male Jason from Nelson, +272.

Most pins over average female Claire from Nelson and Stephanie from Trail, +34.

High single game male Jason from Nelson, 179.

High single game female Stephanie from Trail, 189.




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