Bowling: Superior sweeps women's All-Star Classic

The 42nd annual event took place at Superior Lanes.


SUPERIOR — Rolling on their side of the state line, Superior's bowlers completed a sweep of the annual Duluth-Superior All-Star Bowling Classic, held Sunday at Superior Lanes.

The Superior squad racked up advantages of 999-868 and 943-912 in the first two games, paced by Ingrid Vendela's 236-232 opening. In game three, Superior Julie Meysman had the game of the day, a 266, as the hosts won 978-934 for a grand total of 2,920-2,714.

In senior competition, Superior took the first two games 804-691 and 836-805, which was enough cushion for Duluth to carry the finale 806-769 and Superior to still take the overall count 2,409-2,302.

Robin Anderson and Dawn Nelson threw 190 in the first and second games, respectively, for the best efforts of the day, while Duluth was paced in all three games by Cheryl Antoniak, who went 153-173-184.

Superior now holds a 22-20 lead in the all-time series, while the senior series is now even 6-6.

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