Congratulations to Gail Campbell who captured the championship of the 55-59 age group at the 31st annual Kentucky USBC Senior Women's Championship Tournament held at London on Oct. 6 and 7.
Campbell bowled a best game of 246 on the way to winning the title. The win earned her $88 and a paid entry for the Senior Women's National Tournament in Reno, Nev. in July 2013
Charity tournament a success
A total of 47 bowlers participated in the 3-6-9 and no-tap tournament last Saturday to benefit the Lexington Road Church of God kitchen appliances fund.
The three top-scoring men — Lewis Jones Sr., John Welch and Allen Smith — won prizes donated by local businesses.
Prizes were also awarded to the three bowlers with the best women's scores — Tammy Fourre, Beverly Shearer and Sue Hegelmeyer.
Two tournaments set for Sunday
"Bowl for the Cure" — The Madison County Relay for Life program is holding a "Bowl for the Cure" tournament at 1:30 p.m. Sunday to benefit the American Cancer Society.
The entry fee is $15 per person to bowl four games using the scotch doubles format in which partners alternate rolling a ball. Prizes will be awarded.
A singles handicapped tournament is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday. Bowlers will be granted a handicap of 90 percent of the difference between their 2012-13 average and 220.
Bowlers will roll four games over four pairs of lanes with the top five scorers advancing to a stepladder final.
The winner will earn $200, provided there is a sufficient number of entries. The entry fee is $20.
Youth bowlers are welcome. Money won by youth bowlers will be credited to their SMART accounts.
Benefit for Madison Southern bowling team
The Madison Southern bowling team is holding a fund-raiser and silent auction at the Galaxy Center on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Participants can bowl for two hours starting at 2 p.m. for $10 plus $2.50 shoe rental. Everyone is invited to bowl for fun and help support the Eagles bowling team.