Sunday, September 15, 2019 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam
Jeremiah Camacho took an early advantage over top seed Jay Leon Guerrero with a double in second and third frames. Up by eight pins, Camacho’s ball came up high leaving a 4-6 split that provided an opening for the top seed. Leon Guerrero took full advantage of the opportunity stringing six strikes in a row to take the lead along with his maiden title of the year finishing off his younger foe 248-215.
Leon Guerrero took the momentum from the semi-final match as he dispatched 5th seed Nikko Gutierrez connecting seven strikes in a row for a 254-202 decision. Camacho ousted 2nd seed Charlie “Mama Char” Catbagan in the other semi-final round 214-162.
Leon Guerrero topped the tough scoring lane pattern during the qualifying round followed by Catbagan, Camacho, Justin Mendiola, Gutierrez, RJ Santos, JD Castro, Noah Taimanglo, Zayne Zamora and Gregory Borja.
Naiyah Taimanglo took advantage of missed spares by Palaganas and cruised to her first Prince title of the year to qualify for the year end grand finals 190-116. Taimanglo rolled over 4th seed Ben Taimanglo while Palaganas beat 2nd seed Jaeceline Espiritu to set up the finale.
The next Aloha Maid King and Prince of the Lanes will be held on Sunday, October 20, 2019, 9:30 a.m. at the Central Lanes Bowling Center.