Dave Martinich rolled a 234 game in the championship match to defeat Todd Edelen, who countered with a 154, in the Bill Meagor 28th Annual Peterson Point Classic Bowling Tournament held recently at Star Lanes and King Pin Lanes.
Martinich averaged 207 for the weekend.
The tournament stepladder finals started with fourth-seeded Laurie Tripp defeating No. 5-seed Jack Hocking 170-168. Martinich then topped Tripp 202-153. Martinich went on to edge Nate Gelling 218-215 in a good, tight match to reach the championship round against Edelen.
The two-day tourney drew 24 bowlers for qualifying rounds at the Star Lanes with the top half of the field advancing to the finals rolled at the King Pin.
Edelen fired a three-game set in the tourney with a 276-772.
There were four series of 700 or better rolled. The top half qualifiers' field with Peterson Points totals follow:
Todd Edelen 58.83
Nate Gelling 58.53
Dave Martinich 56.16
Laurie Tripp 55.66
Jack Hocking 55.55
Jim McKenzie 53.56
E.J. Hanley 52.95
Bill Keller 52.59
Leo Levingood 51.07
Billie Schaff 50.12
Bob Shaw 49.41
Mike Hoffman 45.74