Stefan Macahilas was the big winner of the Kodiak Island USBC City Championship Tournament.

Macahilas claimed the all-events Division I scratch title for the tournament that wrapped up last Saturday at Tropic Lanes.

All-events scratch includes total pinfall in singles, doubles and team competition. Macahilas finished first with a total of 2,216 — 52 pins ahead of runner-up Matt Kiefer. Macahilas bowled a 300 in one of his nine games.

Kiefer did not walk away empty handed as he claimed the all-events Division I handicap title with 2,245 pins — 89 pins ahead of runner-up Derek Clarkston.

Keifer also teamed up with his brother Dan to win Division I doubles with pinfall of 1,498.

Dan also won Division I singles with 791 pins, while Ryan McRobert, Bryan Larson, Dan and Macahilas grabbed Division I team with 2,807 pins.

Mike Reilly took all-events Division II handicap with 2,120 pins and singles with 768.

Ryan McRobert, Krystyna McRobert, Bryan Larson and Roxanne Larson won Division II team with a score of 2,696, while Roxanne and Tony Skinner took doubles with a 1,403.

A total of 78 bowlers participated in the tournament.

Division 1

Scratch

1. Stefan Macahilas, 2,216; 2. Matt Kiefer, 2,164; 3. Dan Kiefer, 2,105; 4. Rod Kiefer, 2,075; 5. Bryan Larson, 2,021; 6. Jeff Kiefer, 1,978; 7. Alvin Arboleda, 1,930; 8. Jeff Jimenez, 1,881; 9. Dave Smith, 1,807; 10. James Barton, 1,788; 11. Connor Vizoff, 1,730; 12. Ryan McRobert, 1,722; 13. Jen Gunderson, 1,617; 14. Philip Obas, 1,395; 15. Charles Wilson, 1,224.

Handicap

1. Matt Kiefer, 2,245; 2. Derek Clarkston, 2,156; 3. Tony Skinner, 2,111; 4. Bryan Larson, 2,093; 5. Connor Vizoff, 2,093; 6. Alvin Arboleda, 2,047; 7. Dave Smith, 2,032; 8. James Barton, 1,977; 9. Jeff Jimenez, 1,971; 10. Andy Finke, 1,970; 11. Mona Johnson, 1,966; 12. Ryan McRobert, 1,965; 13. Jen Gunderson, 1,932; 14. Rob Brothers, 1,915; 15. Debbie Olson, 1,870; 16. Philip Obas, 1,395; 17. Charles Wilson, 1,290; 18. Jimmie Wilson, 1,267.

Team (top 5)

1. Ryan McRobert, Bryan Larson, Dan Kiefer, Stefan Macahilas, 2,807; 2. Philip Obas, Stefan Macahilas, Alvin Arboleda, Jeff Jimenez, 2,756; 3. Randy J., Rod Kiefer, Dan Kiefer, Stefan Macahilas, 2,722; 4. Jeff Kiefer, Corey Pederson, Mona Johnson, Brian C., 2,718; 5. Dave Smith, Jerry M., Connor Visoff, Vince A., 2,672.

Doubles (top 5)

1. Dan Kiefer, Matt Kiefer, 1,498; 2. Stefan Macahilas, Rod Kiefer, 1,467; 3. Rod Kiefer, Dan Kiefer, 1,458; 4. Rod Kiefer, Matt Kiefer, 1,452; 5. Stefan Macahilas, Steve Maly, 1,445.

Singles (top 10)

1. Dan Kiefer, 791; 2. Matt Kiefer, 753; 3. Derek Clarkston, 735; 4. Tony Skinner, 725; 5. Rick Borton, 715; 6. Philip Obas, 714; 7. Rod Kiefer, 705; 8. Mona Johnson, 705; 9. Stefan Macahilas, 697; 10. Jeff Kiefer, 691.

Division 2

Handicap

1. Mike Reilly, 2,120; 2. Roxanne Larson, 2,063; 3. Janet Baker, 2,054; 4. Rhubie Pasion, 1,938; 5. Peter Lyse, 1,915; 6. Eileen Lyse, 1,832.

Team (top 5)

1. Ryan McRobert, Krystyna McRobert, Bryan Larson, Roxanne Larson, 2,696; 2. Chris Kavanaugh, Derek Clarkston, Janet Baker, Dave Smith, 2,683; 3. Seth Jorgensen, Mike Reilly, Steve Maly, Evan S., 2,674; 4. Willy Bethea, Shelly Bethea, Barbara O., Ray M., 2,639; 5. Joyce Gregory, Eileen Lyse, Maggie Rocheleau, Debbie Olson, 2,628.

Doubles (top 5)

1. Roxanne Larson, Tony Skinner, 1,403; 2. Roxanne Larson, Tony Skinner, 1,399; 3. Derek Clarkston, Janet Baker, 1,378l 4. Elleen Lyse, Maggie Rocheleau, 1,341; 5. Chris Kavanaugh, Bryan Larson, 1,340.

Singles (top 10)

1. Mike Reilly, 768; 2. Mike Reilly, 714; 3. Tom Wolford, 708; 4. Janet Baker, 685; 5. Neil Bouyavong, 681; 6. Mike Reilly, 674; 7. Roxanne Larson, 674; 8. Rhubie Pasion, 664; 9. Joyce Gregory, 646; 10. Eileen Lyse, 630.

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