Batesville's Rick Isley won the second of three handicap sweepers at Indian Hills Bowl after defeating Adam Kingsbury of Cherokee Village in the final game, 261-202 with handicap, April 19.
The prize fund exceeded the first sweeper held on March 15, and a field of 38 bowlers competed for a total of $1,615.
After five games, the field was cut to the top eight bowlers.
Rick Isley was top seed after rolling scratch scores 191, 255, 223, 224 and 224 for a total of 1,207 with handicap.
Second was RC Cali of Thayer with scratch scores 198, 158, 219, 176 and 246 for a total of 1,192 with handicap.
Third was Oscar Najaro of Batesville with scratch scores 184, 269, 189, 148 and 161 for a total of 1,191 with handicap.
Fourth was Adam Kingsbury of Cherokee Village with scratch scores of 179, 166, 186, 226 and 199 for a total of 1,186 with handicap.
Fifth was Jessica Cali of Thayer with scratch scores 120, 178, 170, 138 and 107 for a total of 1,183 with handicap.
Mike Aronoff of Cherokee Village came in sixth; Danny Ruff of Ozark Acres was seventh; and Curtis Bancroft of Hardy and Jason Eddy of Batesville were tied for eighth place at 1,169, which was the cut line and forced the one ball sudden death roll-off. Eddy was up first after the coin toss and left the 6-7-10.
Bancroft stepped up and responded with a solid strike which left him in sole possession of the eighth-place spot.
These top eight finishers were seeded into a single-game bracket elimination format.
After the first round eliminations, bowlers and their finishing spots were: 8th place: Mike Aronoff ($85), 7th place: Curtis Bancroft ($100), 6th place: RC Cali ($110), and 5th place: Jessica Cali ($135).
The second round eliminated two bowlers and their finishing spots were: 4th place: Danny Ruff ($175) and 3rd place: Oscar Najaro ($250).
That left Adam Kingsbury and top seed Rick Isley.
Isley fired off five strikes in the first five frames, finishing with a 243 scratch and a 261 total with handicap.
Kingsbury couldn't get going to catch Isley and finished with a 156 and a 202 total with handicap.
Kingsbury received $290 and Isley received $490 and champion status for his efforts.
The next handicap sweeper is scheduled for May 31.
To reserve a spot, call tournament manager Anthony Doncheff at 870-847-6258, or e-mail him at email@example.com.