Jeff Prein defeated Mike Dole 248-216 to win the Survivor finals in the MAST event at Dream Lanes Sunday. The title was Prein’s third at Dream Lanes and eighth overall. Prein collected $827 for the victory, with Dole taking home $464 for second. Prein also received $120 from the Bet To Win pot.

Prein’s successful title defense was the second in as many events, following Kyle Anderson’s repeat win at Village Lanes last Sunday.

The other Survivor payouts were $288 for 3rd-4th, $212 for 5th-8th, and $136 for 9th-16th. MAST also paid out four additional cash spots: $91 for 17th, $86 for 18th, $81 for 19th, and $76 for 20th.

81 bowlers competed on the Dream Lanes Three-Man Tournament pattern. It took a four-game qualifying score of 936 to advance to the Survivor round play, and a score of 922 to claim the 20th and final cash spot. Andy Bunkoske led qualifying with 1018, and will receive an additional 25 bonus points in the M&J Truck and Auto Repair Points Race. Dole recovered from a 195 start with games of 279, 267, and 266 to qualify second at 1007. Despite the relatively high scoring pace, there were no honor counts on the day.

Tour co-sponsor Matt Maly and M&J Truck and Auto Repair added $500 to the tournament prize fund. Our other tour co-sponsor Schwoegler’s Pro Shop donated a Roto Grip Hectic bowling ball at cost, won by Jeff Smith. Host center Dream Lanes provided a lineage discount, and added four $10 gift cards, won by Smith, Bob Greenfield, Denise Schellin, and Tim Janz. Combined these resulted in an additional $816 for the tournament’s prize fund. MAST extends a huge Thank You to M&J, Schwoegler’s Pro Shop, and Dream Lanes for their generosity and support.

The challenge pattern for our next event at Prairie Lanes on Saturday, October 22nd will be the WTBA Paris pattern, which will be used by Prairie’s Storm Challenge junior bowling program during that time. We hope to see you all there.

Complete Results

Categories: 2016-17, M.A.S.T., Results

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