Sterling is all-events bowling champ |

Sterling is all-events bowling champ

A win, place and show helped Jim Sterling capture the all-events title in the Tahoe Sierra Association’s 43rd annual city bowling tournament.

Sterling teamed with Tom Otomo to win the doubles title with 1,442 pins, finished eight pins behind Jeremy Agnew in singles and was on the third-place team (Artrageous).

Behind Otomo and Sterling in doubles were Kevin Blair and Chris Fischer with 1,410 pins and Pat Davie and Dan Pincus with 1,395.

In singles, Nick Andrejeff nailed down third place with 734 pins.

Tom Otomo, Eva Otomo, Dave Dickinson and Kendra Campbell of Can’t Afford to Lose knocked down 29 pins more than B2’s Willie Campbell, Russ Anderson and Andrejeff to claim the team title.

Not far off Sterling’s winning all-events pin total of 2,157 was DeNunzio with 2,105 and Pat Davie with 2,085.

All Events

1. Jim Sterling 2,157 pins, 2. Tony DeNunzio 2,105, 3. Pat Davie 2,085, 4. Tom Otomo 2,067, 5. Franz Goepfert 2,053, 6. Jeremy Agnew 2,046, 7. Chris Fischer.


1. Jeremy Agnew 767 pins, 2. Jim Sterling 759, 3. Nick Andrejeff 734, 4. Dave Dickinson 721, 5. Tom Otomo 719, 6. Bob McGuire 702, 7. Chris Fischer 698.


1. Tom Otomo-Jim Sterling, 1,442 pins; 2. Kevin Blair-Chris Fischer, 1,410; 3. Pat Davie-Dan Pincus, 1,395; 4. John Shott-Gene Topham, 1,373; 5. Gary Gordon-Gerard Hardy, 1,336; 6. John Filas-Franz Goepfert, 1,315.


1. Can’t Afford to Lose — Tom Otomo, Eva Otomo, Dave Dickinson and Kendra Campbell — 2,761; 2. B2 — Willie Campbell, Russ Anderson, Nick Andrejeff and Lee Hall — 2,732; 3. Artrageous — Tom Otomo, Tony DeNunzio, Richard Hart and Jim Sterling — 2,710.

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