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Singles is lone exception to annual pre-Queens re-writing of USBC Women's Championships leaderboards in 2022

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 11:00 pm
Verity Crawley Team 1, left to right: Haley Hall, Verity Crawley, Kathy Ledford. and Lori Edwards lead team at the 2022 USBC Women's Championships. Photo by USBC.
Singles was the lone exception this year to the annual pre-USBC Queens re-writing of the leaderboards at the USBC Women’s Championships. The changes happen because the Queens brings the top women professionals and many top non-PWBA members to the site of the Women’s Championships and they naturally bowl the Women’s Championships before the Queens starts. Portia Henderson’s 761 (268-236-257) in singles was the lone survivor this year at Stardust bowl in the Chicago...