Cambridge Mixed Doubles



$200,000 CAMBRIDGE MIXED DOUBLES
Sally's Lanes, Reno, Nev., Dec 4-7, 1989

Team Monacell/Johnson Smoke Reno Field

Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela and Tish Johnson of Panorama City, Calif., joined forces to earn the $40,000 winner's share of the inaugural $200,000 Cambridge Mixed Doubles at Sally's Grand Lanes.

The victory was the second straight for the teammates, each having won the last singles event they bowled.

For Monacelli, it was his fourth Professional Bowlers Association title of the year and the third Ladies Professional Bowlers Tour crown of 1989 for Johnson.

The pair failed 17,796 pins for their 40 games. That pinfall Includes bonus pins for match game wins.

Mark Baker of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Nikki Glanullas of Vallejo, Calif., rallied during the last round, but felled 17,619 pins and finished in second place 177 pins back. They were consoled with $11,000 each.

Parker Bohn III of Freehold, N.J., and Lisa Wagner of Palmetto, Fla., grabbed the No. 3 spot and split a check for $16,000. Their pinfall was 17,579.

In addition to the pairing of the PBA and LPBT's top 24 players in the mixed doubles, the Bowling Proprietors'Association of America (BPAA) administered a lucrative four-game Pro-Am competition that preceded the tournament proper. The $100,000 event featured 74 national qualifiers, who earned expense-paid trips to Reno, courtesy of Cambridge Cigarettes, after qualifying through state and regional levels in participating BPAA centers.

Janice Sanchez of Oklahoma won the Women's Division and Texas' Sean Carter came away the Mon's victor, with each pocketing $10,000 first prizes.

40 GAMES

 Name, CityPinsAvg  WLT+TotAmt
1Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela
Tish Johnson, Panorama City, Calif.
 16956 423.9 17-7-0 840 17796 $40,000
2Mark Baker, Huntington Beach, Calif.
Nikki Gianulias, Vallejo, Calif.
 16744 418.6 18-6-0 875 17619 22,000
3Parker Bohn III, Freehold, N.J.
Lisa Wagner, Palmetto, Fla.
 16764 419.1 17-7-0 815 17579 16,000
#4Randy Pederson, Santa Maria, Calif.
Donna Adamek, Apple Valley, Calif.
 16536 413.4 13-11-1 680 17216 12,000
5Bob Benoit, Topeka, Kan.
Cheryl Daniels, Detroit, Mich.
 16272 406.8 14-10-0 665 16937 10,000
6Marshall Holman, Medford, Ore.
Wendy Macpherson, San Diego, Calif.
 16313 407.8 13-11-0 580 16893 8,000
#7Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Okla.
Aleta Sill, Dearborn, Mich.
 16226 405.7 13-11-1 660 16886 7,000
8Brian Voss, Boca Raton, Fla.
Lorrie Nichols, Algonquin, Ill.
 16252 406.3 7-17-0 480 16732 6,600
9David Ozio, Vidor, Texas
Carol Norman, Ardmore, Okla.
 16014 400.4 14-9-1 705 16719 6,400
10Walter Ray Williams Jr., Stockton, Calif.
Anne Marie Pike, Anaheim, Calif.
 15999 400.0 14-10-0 690 16689 6,200
11Dave Arnold, Campbell, Calif.
Dede Davidson, Southgate, Mich.
 16096 402.4 11-13-0 580 16676 6,000
12Ron Palombi Jr., Erie, Pa.
Stacy Rider, La Habra, Calif.
 15898 397.5 16-8-0 715 16613 5,800
13Tom Crites, Tampa, Fla.
Jeanne Maiden, Solon, Ohio
 15899 397.5 12-11-1 620 16519 5,600
14Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore.
Robin Romeo, Van Nuys, Calif.
 15908 397.7 11-13-0 565 16473 5,400
15Bob Handley, Pompano Beach, Fla.
Paula Drake, Broken Arrow, Okla.
 15890 397.3 12-12-0 570 16460 5,200
16Marc McDowell, Madison, Wis.
Cindy Coburn, Buffalo, N.Y.
 15849 396.2 10-14-0 550 16399 5,000
17Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y.
Rene Fleming, Oklahoma City, Okla.
 15823 395.6 10-14-0 520 16343 4,800
18Del Ballard Jr., Richardson, Texas
Leila Wagner, Annapolis, Md.
 15773 394.3 1014-0 495 16288 4,600
19Pete Weber, St. Louis, Mo.
Diana Davenport, Shreveport, La.
 15765 394.1 8-16-0 465 16230 4,400
20Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas
Michelle Mullen, Matteson, Ill.
 15714 392.9 8-16-0 435 16149 4,200
21Ron Williams, Ft. Worth, Texas
Carol Gianotti, Australia
 15679 392.0 9-14-1 465 16144 4,000
22Jess Stayrook, San Diego, Calif.
Mary Martha Cerniglia, Springfield, ill.
 15628 390.7 9-12-3 510 16138 3,800
23Tony Westlake, Edmond, Okla.
Alayne Blomenberg, Cranston, R.I.
 15432 385.8 9-15-0 415 15847 3,600
24Mike Aulby, Indianapolis
Leanne Barrette, Oklahoma City, Okla.
 15232 380.8 9-15-0 495 15727 3,400

18-game qualifying leaders - Amleto Monacelli and Tish Johnson, 7103. # - Randy Pedersen and Mike Edwards rolled 300 games ($100 each). PRO-AM CASHERS - Bob Handley ($500), Brian Voss ($400), Mark Williams ($350), Mike Aulby ($300), Dave Arnold ($250), Tony Westlake, David Ozio, Randy Pedersen, Amleto Monacelli, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Pete Weber, Dave Husted, Parker Bohn Ill, Ron Palombi, Bob Benoit, Mike Edwards, Dave Ferraro and Jess Stayrook ($200 each), Marshall Holman, Mark Baker, Tom Crites, Del Ballard Jr., Marc McDowell and Ron Williams ($100 each). PBA PLAYERS' AVERAGES: Monacelli, 225.4; M. Baker, 217.3; Bohn, 215.2; Pederson, 222.0; Benoit, 215.6; Holman, 213.1; Edwards, 210.8; Voss, 210.9; Ozio, 207.1; W.R. Williams Jr., 211.8; Arnold, 211.3; Palombi, 205.8; Crites, 199.5; Husted, 205.8; Handley, 204.6; McDowell, 206.6; Ferraro, 208.2; Ballard, 209.3; P. Weber, 207.4; M. Williams, 208.9; R. Williams, 201.7; Stayrook, 200.7; Westlake, 202.3; Aulby, 201.2.