Sunday, October 16, 2022 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam
Jeremiah Camacho earned his ticket to the Grand Finals of the Budweiser King of the Lanes as he defeated 2nd seed Gregory Borja in the October edition via a 206-183 tally. Camacho opened the match with a turkey and was able to control the narrative throughout the contest as Borja ran into difficulties with his spares. In the semi-final match, Camacho won the battle of the southpaws against top seed RJ Santos 225-196; while Borja rallied from a twenty-pin deficit in the final frames to beat 9th seed Maria Wood 224-207.
Santos led all bowlers in the qualifying round with an 898 total, averaging 224 pins per game on the long oil pattern. Borja finished second, 78 pins adrift, followed by Aaron Elliott, Cesar Villanueva, Charles Catbagan, Darian Borja, Camacho, Mike Sanchez, Wood, and Manny Tagle, who closed out the top ten qualifiers.
Corey Granillo claimed his third title of the year in the prince division as he beat top seed Bill Roberto in the final 177 to 161, 2nd seed Von Cabral in the semi-finals 228-191, 3rd seed Sheila Bangs in the quarterfinals 227-169 and 4th seed Claricelle Lanuza 216 to 196 in the opening match. Top seed Roberto qualified for the final match edging out 10th seed Neal Flores in the semi-finals.
Roberto led all Prince bowlers during the qualifying round followed by Von Cabral, Bangs, Lanuza, Gomes Martinez, Virgil Toledo, Rene Cariaso, Granillo, Arlene Reyes and Flores who rounds off the top ten bowlers.
The next Budweiser King and Prince of the Lanes will be held on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. at the Central Lanes Bowling Center.