Hilton Nunez and Rolando Ceballen
Santo Domingo. – The Dominican couple, made up of Rolando Ceballon and Hilton Nez, won the gold medal in the doubles event of the Legends category of the Pan American Master and Super Masters tournament held at the Ceballon Bowling Center in the city.
Ceballón and Nez held the gold, dropping a total of 4,430 pins for an average of 184.58, silver went to the Puerto Rican pair made up of Fernando Muoz and Antonio Henriquez, who dropped 4,419 pins, and bronze went to Jose Marte and Domingo. Duran (DOM) with 4,104 pins pulled down.
The Dominican team won the gold medal in the men’s masters team event, held in the Baker style. The Dominican quartet dropped a total of 2,481 pins in games played at an average of 206.75, with the silver team going by Canada (204.17) and the bronze by Colombia (192).
Among the women’s Puerto Ricans, the Puerto Rican team made up of Annie Henriquez, Mariangi Colón, Maggie Fumero and Kenya Santos won the gold medal in the women’s masters team competition, which was also held in 12 sports in the baker format, with 2,290 pins. 190.83 on average.
Silver went to the Canadian team, who knocked down 185.25 pins per match, and the bronze went to Venezuela, who knocked down 179 pins per match.
Puerto Rico’s mixed quartet made up of Daisy Santiago, Galen Rosario, Antonio Santa and Luis Rosario won the gold medal in the Baker Super Masters event with an average of 188.67, silver in line with Colombia who knocked at an average of 185.58 and bronze went to Venezuela. awarded an average of 175.17.
Canada dominated the all event Canada’s Donald Hogg and Lynn Guathier won gold medals in the men’s and women’s all event respectively in the Masters category.
Hogg finished with an average of 233.11, while Gauthier averaged 207.5 in 18 games.
In the men’s category, Rolando Antonio Ceballón (DOM) won the silver with an average of 231.39 and Eddie Roncoli (PUR) took the bronze with an average of 209.83.
Among women, Canada’s Jill Friese (198.39) and Lisa Morabito (190.67) won the silver and bronze medals, respectively.
Hernández and Espinosa at the Super Masters were the All Event champions in the Super Master class of Venezuela’s Arturo Hernández and Colombian Magnolia Espinosa.
Hernández finished with 3,539 pins for an average of 196.61 in the 18 games played, while Espinosa finished with an average of 178.39.
Among men, Oscar James (COL) took the silver medal with an average of 196.39, the product of 3,535 knock down pins, and the bronze went to Antonio Santa (PUR), who finished with an average of 195.83.
Among women, Colombian Ruth Vasquez took silver (174.50) and Daisy Santiago (PUR) took bronze with an average of 173.17.
Nunez Silver in Legends Veteran Dominican bowler, Hilton Nunez won the silver medal in the Legends All event with an average of 188.92, the product of 4,534 knocked down pins in the 24 games he played.
The gold went to Puerto Rican, Antonio Henriquez, who dropped 4,543 pins for an average of 189.29, and the bronze went to Fernando Muoz, also from Puerto Rico, who finished with an average of 183.
“As a complex organization, thank goodness we were able to organize despite the inconveniences with the passage of Hurricane Fiona at the beginning, on a sporting level we were also at a good level, although you can always expect more But the most important events, such as singles and team in the 2 Gold Men’s Masters, say a lot about our athletes”, were the words of FEBODOM President Francis Soto about the experience of setting up the event in the country.
The event was held throughout the week at the Ceballen Bowling Center with a remarkable public that packed the facilities every day.