As a result, Dynasty Lanes donated $180 to the event, and have raised a combined $1,525 total for the Bowling to Veterans Link charity so far.
Earning first place in the tournament was Josh Mull and Chad Herner. Nick McQuillen and Benn Lillo placed second.
Across six games bowled, Mull and Herner combined to roll up a 1,170 total. Meanwhile, McQuillen and Lillo finished with a 1,127 total.
Herner is an assistant coach for the Willard High School bowling team, while Mull and Lillo are also former Crimson Flashes' bowlers.
Adam Likes was the winner of the custom-made BVL bowling pin, while Nate Pifher took home the 50/50 drawing winnings.
BVL was founded in 1942 to help support America’s heroes in uniform. Since then, the non-profit charity has raised almost $50 million to provide recreational and therapeutic programs and services.
Also, the BVL is the only national sports organization in the U.S. specifically devoted to those who have served. BVL has shipped more than 550 portable carpet bowling lane kits to active duty troops stationed in the Middle East.