Sunday, October 16, 2016 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam
The path to the Aloha Maid Prince of the Lanes Grand Finals just got a little sweeter for Jeremiah Camacho as he reserved his slot for the year end event with his first victory in the 2016 monthly edition. Camacho defeated 8th seed Ashton Surber in the November finals with a 207+8 to 188+11 tally. Camacho opened an early lead as Surber mishandled a single pin spare on the second frame. However, Surber strung a four bagger to take the lead on the sixth frame. Camacho returned the favor with a four bagger of his own including a strike on the tenth frame that sealed the deal as Surber was unable to continue his string.
Camacho ousted Leody Ersando 201-167 while Surber routed 2nd seed Cliff Palomo in the semi-final matches that would set up the finals. Surber’s other matches included wins over 4th seed Richard Dahill in the quarter final round 192-165 and 3rd seed Noah Taimanglo in the first round 212-187.
Camacho led all Prince of the Lanes qualifiers with a 1262 total including handicap followed by Cliff Palomo, Noah Taimanglo, Richard Dahill, Mike Wong, Ben Taimanglo, James Doyle, Ashton Surber, and Leody Ersando rounded off the elimination round qualifiers.