Sunday, December 11, 2016 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam
13 year old Jeremiah Camacho used his youth to outscored his Senior foe in successive games and claim his first Aloha Maid Prince of the Lanes Grand Finals title. Camacho used a turkey in the wading frames of game 1 to beat Perez 222+7 to 188+16 and then sailed through the second game with a 213+7 to 168+16 victory.
Top seed Camacho survived a challenge from 6th seed Mike Gumataotao in the must beat higher seed twice semi-final format to advance to the Grand Finals. Camacho erased an early deficit after Gumataotao opened with a double and took advantage of several errors for a 179+7 to 169+3 win. 2nd seed Jesse Flickinger was not as fortunate as 4th seed Bal Perez won both games to advance to the Prince Grand Finale.
Gumataotao edged out 3rd seed Arlene Ryes 176+3 to 160+15 while Perez eliminated 5th seed James Doyle 171+16 to 126+22 to advance to the semi-final round.
Camacho led the Prince of the Lanes competitors with a 1615 total followed by Fickinger, Reyes, Perez, Doyle and Gumataotao.
The monthly winners along with the two time defending champion Brian Manibusan and the highest points achievers during the 11 months of competition comprised the 16 player field. The 2017 edition of the Budweiser King and Aloha Maid Prince of the Lanes will begin on January 22, 2017 at the Central Lanes Bowling Center.