---Bowler: Tony Tully, 37, of Hanover.

---Latest bowling accomplishment: Rolled an 843 series at Colony Park Lanes North.

---I started bowling: At age 3 in Odenton, Md.

---Bowlers I have learned the most from: My father Dan, Lee Brosius and many others.

---Best bowling advice I ever received: Grip and rip; don't over think the game.

---Most memorable bowling moment: I was ranked No. 2 in the country when I bowled for Essex Community College.

---PBA bowler I enjoy watching: Amleto Monacelli.

---Part of my game I'm working on improving: My approach and timing.

---Bowling appeals to me because: I enjoy being part of a team and being able to bowl with friends and family members.

---Non-bowlers don't realize: How enjoyable and fun bowling can be.

---Future goal: Devote more time to bowling and compete in more tournaments.

---Note: Gilly's Bowl and Grille hosts the York-Adams USBC Open Seniors Tournament, Feb. 2-3, 9-10 and 16-17. Bowlers age 50 and older can compete in four age divisions. There is only one age class in doubles and the team event. The entry fee is $19 per person per event.

Bowler of the Week is submitted by the York County Bowling Proprietors Association. To nominate a bowler, send an email to bowleroftheweek@gmail.com.