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  • Gaming-themed restaurant planned for Woodfield Apr 22, 2014 5:26 PM
    Namco Entertainment Inc., the Wood Dale-based company affiliated with the makers of Pac-Man, plans to open a high-end, gaming-themed restaurant and entertainment center at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. The new concept restaurant, including eight lanes of bowling, will open in 40,000 square feet of warehouse space formerly used by Sears on the upper level of the mall, according to the village.

     
  • Bears’ Tillman hosts bowling fundraiser in Rosemont Apr 21, 2014 5:45 PM
    Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman will host a celebrity bowling tournament in Rosemont June 12 to raise funds for his foundation. Since 2012, the event has raised more than $320,000 for the Charles Tillman Cornerstone Foundation.

     
  • Bears’ Charles Tillman hosting bowling fundraiser in Rosemont Apr 16, 2014 4:34 PM
    Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is hosting a celebrity bowling tournament in Rosemont July 12 to raise funds for his foundation. The Charles Tillman Celebrity Pro BOWLer Tournament will be held at Kings Lanes, Lounge & Sports in Rosemont’s entertainment district. Since 2012, the event has raised more than $320,000 for the Charles Tillman Cornerstone Foundation.

     
  • New bowlers join team in Elgin Cross-Town Classic Feb 26, 2014 3:45 PM
    Elgin Lanes will be adding a mix of youth and experience when it attempts to claim this year’s match-game title in the Elgin Cross-Town Classic II. That mix means two new bowlers to complement members from the original lineup last year.

     
  • Girls bowling scoreboard: Saturday’s results Feb 23, 2014 1:17 AM
    Girls bowling scoreboard * State meet At Cherry Bowl, Rockford team scores Waubonsie Valley 12,416, Leyden 12,214, Hoffman Estates 12,164, Collinsville 12,111, Minooka 12,018, O’Fallon 12,011, Machesney Park Harlem 11,957, Freeport 11,912, Rockford Guilfoed 11,866, Joliet West 11,857, Lockport Twp. 11,823, Oswego 11,821. * individual results Top 12 individuals: 1. Bond (WV) 2,817, 2. Hall (Ley) 2,788, 3. Newham (Metea Valley) 2,707, 4. Kowalski (JolW) 2,698, 5.(T) Plese (JolW) 2,684, Pimentel (Ley) 2,684, 7. Ray (Herrin) 2,669, 8.(T) Solberg (Belvidere North) 2,635, Kopacz (Oswego East) 2,635, 10. Kasza (O’Fl) 2,634, 11.(T) Wirtel (Clvl) 2,605, Quinlan (Trinity) 2,605. * Area team results Waubonsie Valley: Bond 2,816, Felton, 2,540, Barsotti 2,212, Melgoza 1,955, Kirk 1,655, Dreyfus 1,237. Leyden: Hall 2,788, Pimentel 2,694, Lassin 2,530, Kriston 2,313, Townsend 1,777, Pittsebarger 112. Hoffman Estates: Wille 2,552, Fera 2,539, Hoglund 2,493, Donovan 2,432, Richae 2,148. *

     
  • Waubonsie repeats as state champ Feb 23, 2014 1:08 AM
    Sara Barsotti is one of four seniors on Waubonsie Valley’s girls bowling team. But at the beginning of the season, she wasn’t sure that she would be bowling at all after going through knee surgery last August. On Saturday she one of the integral parts of the team that led the Warriors to a back-to-back state championship at Cherry Bowl as the team was hugging and in tears of getting the team title. Waubonsie Valley finished with the top score of 12,416 for the 12 games. Leyden was second with 12,214 and Hoffman Estates placed third 12,164. The Warriors’ Julia Bond also was the tournament individual champion with a 2,817 Barsotti shot an impressive 623 series over her final three games with games of 199, 188 and a 236 that capped off a 2,212 for the two days of competition. However, she had to work her way back to bowling. She had the surgery on her trail right leg that was causing discomfort. Her working hard to return was one thing, but she managed to average 203 by the end of the season. “It was a problem that I had since birth that started to bother me this past summer,” Barsotti said. “It was a major kneecap reconstruction surgery. I was told no bowling for six months. I thought I was going to be out completely. “Actually, I started with one step in October and avoided my right leg completely and I was able to do all four steps when the season started. Coming back and bowling was a saving grace this year for the team.” Waubonsie Valley joined the girls soccer team winning two straight years, and the Warriors finished third place two years ago. The Warriors won five out of six tournaments this season and took second in another. “At the beginning of the season, it didn’t look like we would have a good season,” Waubonsie Valley coach Marty Miller said. “It looked like it was going to be a tough season. “This group was different over last year, it was like riding Seattle Slew and it was smooth. This year was more like a bucking bronco, we just weren’t sure what to expect.” Bond on her day started with a near perfect 299 game. The she had a 189 and 268 for a 756 in the morning. In the afternoon she tossed games of 194, 217 and 205 leading to be the top individual bowler. “I do think the team part is a little more exciting, because this is the last time bowling with these girls,” said Bond, who will bowl at Nebraska next year. “There can be plenty of other things that I can do as an individual. But nothing is ever going to come close to the experience to these girls on the team.” Other Warriors seniors Rachel Felton 2,540, who shot a 686 in the morning with a high game of 257 and Talyssa Melgoza 1,955. Sophomores Violet Kirk rolled a 1,655 and Veronica Dryfus 1,237. Jordan Newham picked up Metea Valley’s first medal in bowling with a third-place finish. She had a 603 for the first three and then games of 225, 236 and 221 for a 682 and a total of 2,707. “It’s a great feeling and the goal was obviously to win,” Newham said. “Julia (Bond) and Reba (Hall) are great bowlers, and I was right behind them. “Just staying in my head and going with one shot at a time. Not letting other scores or myself.” Jamie McCreedy of West Aurora finished in 15th place with 2,580. She had rolled a 646 in the morning and 661 for the afternoon with a high game of 268.

     
  • Grayslake North’s Littleton improves on Day 2 of tourney Feb 22, 2014 10:08 PM
    Making her way up the leaderboard wasn’t out of the question for Sarah Littleton of Grayslake North on the second day of competition in girls bowling state tournament at Cherry Bowl at Saturday. She started the day in 37th place and kept her focus on knocking down pins, game after game. She worked her way into the top 20, finishing 42 pins away from a medal. Littleon concluded the two-day tournament in 18th place, with 2,553 over the 12 games.

     
  • Hall, Leyden roll to 2nd; Hoffman Estates surges to 3rd Feb 22, 2014 8:55 PM
    McKendree University girls bowling coach Danielle Belobraydich was at Cherry Bowl Lanes in Rockford on Saturday watching two of her recruits, Leyden’s Reba Hall and Sarah Wille of Hoffman Estates, compete in the state bowling finals. She saw the two seniors put on quite a show. Hall finished just 29 pins away from a state individual title in leading her Eagles team to a second-place state finish, while Wille propelled Hoffman to an unprecentended rally. The Hawks were in 12th place early but a record-setting team series of 1,188 in game 3 Saturday – the best ever team game in state meet history – helped Hoffman take home the third place trophy.

     
  • Libertyville’s state effort comes up short Feb 21, 2014 10:25 PM
    Libertyville’s girls bowling team, making its first trip to state in 14 years, had hopes of joining Friday’s top-performing squads in Saturday’s finals. And the Wildcats did produce one of their best games of the season with a 1,036, but it wasn’t quite enough as Libertyville finished in 20th place. The Wildcats’ Natalie Zeng, however, will still be bowling on Saturday after advancing as an individual. She made that cut by 3 pins, with 1,187 for six games at Cherry Bowl.

     
  • Hall, Leyden positioned for trophy finishes Feb 21, 2014 9:19 PM
    The Leyden girls bowling team has been one of the top athletic programs in the school the last four years, and now they’re adding to that distinction. After Friday’s opening session of the state tournament at Cherry Bowl Lanes in Rockford, the talented Eagles are poised for their best finish ever. Leyden, whose senior-laden team has been to Rockford for four consecutive years, ended day one in second place — just behind leader Waubonsie Valley, the defending champs. And as usual senior Reba Hall, who has taken ninth and third individually in state the last two seasons, is leading the way. Hall has a great chance to win the individual state title. All six of her games Friday were over 200, with high marks of 279 and 257.

     
  • Girls bowling scoreboard: Friday’s results Feb 22, 2014 1:39 AM
    Girls bowling scoreboard: * State meet at Cherry Bowl, Rockford TEAM StandingS 1. Waubonsie Valley 6,422, 2. Leyden 6,231, 3. Machesney Park Harlem 6,081, 4. O’Fallon 6,008, 5. Minooka 5,947, 6. Collinsville 5,880, 7. Rockford Guilford 5,872, 7. Freeport 5,872, 9. Oswego 5,843, 10. Hoffman Estates 5,837, 11. Lockport Twp. 5,834, 12. Joliet West 5,823, 13. Andrew 5,695, 14. Schaumburg 5,691, 15. Elk Grove 5,677, 16. Metea Valley 5,658, 17. Lake Park 5,623, 18. Herrin 5,565, 19. Alton 5,514, 20. Libertyville 5,481, 21. Resurrection 5,397, 22. Lincoln-Way North 5,315, 23. Lemont 5,262, 24. York 5,149. * individual results Top 10 individuals: 1. Bond (WauVal) 1,445, 2. Hall (Ley) 1,436, 3. Newham (MV) 1,422, 4. Kowalski (JolW) 1,380, 5. Pimentel (Ley) 1,360, 6. Solberg (Belvidere North) 1,358, 7. Wirtel (Clvl) 1,353, 8. Kopacz (Oswego East) 1348, 9.(T) Hazelwood (R-Lutheran) 1,339, 9. Grable (MPH) 1,339. * Area Team results Waubonsie Valley: Bond 1,445, Felton 1,285, Melgoza 1,283, Harsotti 1,085, Dreyfus 655, Kirk 659. * Leyden: Hall 1,436, Pimentel 1,360, Lassin 1,265, Kriston 1,177, Townsend 881, Pitsenbarger 112. * Hoffman Estates: Hoglund 1,221, Fera 1,221, Wille 1,173, Donovan 1,148, Richae 1,074. * Schaumburg: Yohe 1,221, Azevedo 1,180, Maiers 1,159, Schwind 1,075, Halas 1,056. * Elk Grove: Duff 1,265, Hicks 1,15, J.Peters 1,118, A.Peters 1,105, Barges 1,037. * Metea Valley: Newham 1,422, Jean 1,135, Dowell 1,064, Mansmith 1,022, Grafton 1,015. * Lake Park: Pulice 1,184, Keith 1,149, Sztym 1,333, Leahy 1,094, Johnson 1,063. * Libertyville: Zeng 1,187, Davellis 1,169, Sloan 1,093, Cibrario 1,057, Doherty 668, Garcia 307. * York: Schwarz 1,143, Jensen 1,115, Tamm 1,024, Thurnall 1,021, Newman 846. *

     
  • Girls bowling: State tournament scouting, Northwest Feb 20, 2014 6:40 PM
    Here's a look at this weekend's girls bowling state tournament, from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League and Leyden.

     
  • Girls bowling scoreboard: Saturday’s results Feb 16, 2014 1:21 AM
    LEYDEN SECTIONAL TEAM SCORES Leyden 6032, Resurrection 5640, York 5533, Lake Park 5527, Morton 5324, Trinity 5255, Hinsdale Central 5218, Lane 5092, Hinsdale South 4937, Lindblom 4801, Argo 4763, DeLaSalle 4110. * STATE QUALIFIERS ADVANCING Teams Leyden: Hall 1411, Pimentel 1394, Lassin 1155, Kriston 1152, Townsend 920, Pitsenbarger. Resurrection: Velen 1362, Voss 1082, Canova 1058, Denver 1040, Anderson 716, DePaola 382, King, Neumann. York: Tamm 1168, Jensen 1157, Schwarz 1153, Thurnall 1079, Newman 976, Baubly, Nicholson. Lake Park: Keith 1217, Sztym 1148, Pulice 1094, Leahy 1041, Johnson 669, Hernandes 358, Strunks. * individual resultss Individual champion: Hall (Ley) 1411 (including a perfect 1st game with a 300). Advancing individuals: Bowden (Glenbard East 1355, Quinlan (Trinity) 1354, Mackie (Glenbard East 1304, McCalebb (Downers Grove South 1275, Schmelter (Addison Trail) 1237. * ZION-BENTON SECTIONAL TEAM SCORES Schaumburg 5852, Hoffman Estates 5752, Elk Grove 5725, Libertyville 5568, Grayslake North 5564, Hersey 5518, Dundee-Crown 5494, Zion-Benton 5447, Palatine 5435, Warren 5382, Conant 5299, Antioch 5294. * STATE QUALIFIERS ADVANCING Teams Schaumburg: Halas 1329, Schwind 1194, Yohe 1138, Maiers 1127, Azevedo 1062. Hoffman Estates: Wille 1225, Richae 1148, Donovan 1145, Hoglund 1132, Fera 1102. Elk Grove: Duff 1322, Barges 1261, Hicks 1131, A.Peters 1081, J.Peters 734, Bacigalupo 335. Libertyville: Zeng 1272, Davellis 1156, Sloan 1077, Cibrario 1056, Doherty 508, Garcia 499. * individual results Individual champion: Halas (Sch) 1329. Advancing individuals: Sarah Littleton (GLN) 1313, Hollingshead (ZB) 1240, Vaughn (GLN) 1235, Wrenn (Hers) 1233, Gonio (DC) 1211. * Freeport sectional Team results Advancing teams — Freeport 5867; Harlem 5808; Rockford Guilford 5651; Metea Valley 5630 (Grafton 1037; Jean 1135; Mansmith 992; Newham 1298; Dowell 1068) Other team results — Marento 5625; Belvidere North 5591; Sycamore 5360; St. Charles North 5328; Rockford Jefferson 5277; Jacobs 5215; St. Charles East 4883; Larkin 4496 Advancing individuals Individual champion — Newham (MV) 1398 Advancing individuals — Deddo (Belv) 1332; Bay (Dixon) 1292; Rodriguez (Rockford Boylan) 1248; Hazelwood (Rockford Lutheran) 1238; Solberg (BN) 1236 * Moline sectional Team Results Advancing teams — Waubonsie Valley 5394 (Bond 1540; Felton 1316; Melgoza 1316; Barsotti 1154; Dreyfus 610; Kirk 559); Minooka 6020; Oswego 5937; Joliet West 5821 Other team results — Morris 5780; East Moline United5749; Oswego East 5596; Rock Island 5540; Plainfield South 5359; Moline 5349; Plainfield North 5147; Spring Valley Hall 5062 Advancing individuals Individual champion — Bond (WV) 1540 Advancing individuals — McCreedy (West Aurora) 1292; Sholl (RockI) 1264; Golgin (LaSalle-Peru) 1249; Winter (MOrris) 1240; Kopacz (OE) 1234.

     
  • Schaumburg rolls to Z-B sectional victory Feb 15, 2014 11:35 PM
    Schaumburg’s girls bowling team rolled its best game of the season, totaling 1,154 in its fourth game, and that carried the Saxons to the Zion-Benton sectional championship at Sunset Lanes in Waukegan on Saturday. Schaumburg will be making a trip back to the state tournament at Cherry Bowl in Rockford on Friday and Saturday. Hoffman Estates, Elk Grove and Libertyville also advanced out of the sectional. Grayslake North’s Sarah Littleton and Jessica Vaughn, Emma Wrenn of Hersey, Dundee-Crown’s Karissa Gonio and Amy Hollingswood of Zion-Benton also qualified for state.

     
  • Every detail concerns bowlers heading into sectionals Feb 13, 2014 11:32 PM
    It’s the bane of furniture restorers but will be crucial at Saturday’s girls state bowling sectionals.

     
  • Nifty finish lifts Grayslake North to regional win Feb 8, 2014 10:04 PM
    Grayslake North’s girls bowling team had been in pursuit of a nice, round number all season long — reaching 1,000 in a game as a team. The Knights picked a nice time to attain that goal, bettering the mark by 29 pins in posting 1,029 in their final game on Saturday. It was more than enough for Grayslake North to take home the Round Lake regional championship with a 6-game total of 5,620 at Lakes Bowl in Round Lake. Warren earned the runner-up spot (5,556) as Antioch (5,338) and Zion-Benton (5,008) and Grayslake North all advanced to the Zion-Benton sectional, to be held next Saturday at Sunset Bowl in Waukegan. Sarah Littleton of Grayslake North finished as the top Individual with a 1,266.

     
  • Conant’s Anzalone excels as Elk Grove wins regional Feb 8, 2014 7:51 PM
    Angela Anzalone wasn’t just bowling for herself and her teammates at Saturday’s regional tournament. She was also dedicating her performance to her late grandfather. Eugene Anzalone passed way last week, and Angela said that he was a “great supporter” of her athletic efforts at Conant. Somewhere up there, grandpa had to have a big smile on his face Saturday as his granddaughter excelled at Hoffman Bowl. Anzalone had the top score by a wide margin with a 6-game total of 1,303 in leading her team to a berth at next week’s Zion-Benton sectional. Conant, Elk Grove (winners of the regional with a score of 5695), Schaumburg and Mid-Suburban League champion Hoffman Estates all advanced to next weeks’s sectional tournament.

     
  • Saturday’s girls bowling scoreboard Feb 9, 2014 1:07 AM
    Here are the varsity girls bowling results from Saturday's events, as reported to the Daily Herald.

     
  • Dundee-Crown a regional champ Feb 8, 2014 10:15 PM
    It was a record-breaking day for the Dundee-Crown girls bowling team Saturday. The Chargers not only won their first postseason title in program history, but also set a new program record for highest 6-game series after placing first at the Buffalo Grove regional at Arlington Lanes in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Jacobs, Dundee-Crown looking for postseason success Feb 6, 2014 7:39 PM
    This year’s IHSA girls’ bowling state series features a new twist. A regional level of competition has been added where the top 4 teams in each regional and the top 10 individuals not on qualifying teams advance to the sectional round. Regionals get underway Saturday morning. District 300 neighbors Jacobs and Dundee-Crown are two Fox Valley-area teams looking to carry over regular-season success into the new postseason format.

     
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