Congratulations to Brett Cunningham, Derek Magno, Joseph Conti Jr. from Central New York, and to Steve Meyer and Anthony Pepe!
LAS VEGAS - The longest-standing scoring record at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships fell Saturday night, as Mento Produce of Baldwinsville, New York, posted a 10,444 Team All-Events total at the South Point Bowling Plaza.
The group averaged more than 238 over six games of doubles and singles, and more than 232 across two days and two oil patterns to solidify its place in history.
They topped the previous mark of 10,425, set by Pollard's Bowl of Versailles, Indiana, at the 1996 event in Salt Lake City.
Team All-Events includes the combined all-events totals of all five team members, and while the category does not offer any prize money, it often is regarded as the most prestigious title available at the USBC Open Championships. It first was awarded in 1947.