The 46th year of Kitsap Scratch Bowlers Organization came to a close in late April and with it the book on long time secretary, Alison Eoff, also was closed.

Tom Jamrog won the season’s finale – Jeff Helmonds/Coldwell Banker Open – held at All Star Lanes by defeating Lonnie Sharkey 189-157 and Cameron Kerlee 189-186 to make the finals against the top qualifier, Clay Townsend, 208-168 to win his nine KSBO title.

Bob Zurbrugg won the 19th Hole Bar & Grill 205-and-under division by stopping top qualifier Skeet Dugdale, 179-155, in the final match. It was Dugdale’s second KSBO title of the season.

“It was quite an eventful day as prior to the start of the tournament we presented Dane Terpone, Bob Zurbrugg and Leo Funari a special award for helping to save the life of one of our long time members Danny O’Toole, who had a medical emergency at our December 1st tournament,” said Eoff. “It was extra special as Danny was there to make the presentation.”

The KSBO also honored Eoff, who had been the secretary for the last 40 years, but is retiring from the position.

“Thank you all so very much for the wonderful gifts, roses (40) and kind words I received,” said Eoff. “I would also like to give a special thanks to Charmaigne Messer who made me this beautiful blanket filled with pictures from my life and Terri Clemens who has been my friend for many years who was there to make sure that I kept it together on this very emotional day.

“So for the last time … have a great summer and I will see you around.”

Jamie Watson will assume the job as secretary and Noelle Watson will run the office so Jamie can continue to bowl.