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February 13 - 19, 2013 Sports Reporter

February 13 - 19, 2013 Sports Reporter

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Erick Kerekes Blasted 299-788At Majestic LanesDave Merrill Rolled 300At Plaza Lanes
HOPELAWN, NJ – Erick Kerekes beat the competitionrolling in the Atlantic City TriosLeague at Majestic Lanes when he posted a near perfect 299 game tohighlight a 788 set earned byadding 256 and 233 games..Andrew Bock rolled 243-240-655 followed by Paul Harney with258-206-652, Joe Defini 219-216-614, and Bill Bock turned in a 255game.FARMINGDALE, NY – MikeAgosta and Tony Caridi each bal-sted a 300 game competing in theFriday Late Mixed League atFarmingdale Lanes.John Lennon rolled 267-247-698, Howie Delman and MikeForman 248, Rob Larsen andJunior Pascual 247, and ReneCostello 241.
Mike Agosta, Tony Caridi 300At Farmingdale Lanes
LOS ANGELES – In one of the highest scoringtelevised Baker format doubles title matches inPBA history, comedian and podcast innovator ChrisHardwick and 14-time Tour winner Chris Barnesdefeated actor/comedian Kevin Hart and four-timePBA Tour titlist Bill O’Neill, 270-267, to win the5th annual Chris Paul PBA League All-Stars tour-nament aired on ESPN from Lucky Strike LA Live.Hardwick and Barnes combined for the last ninestrikes in the title match to edge Hart and O’Neillfor the win. O’Neill could have sewn up the matchwith a strike on the second ball in the 10th frame but left a 10 pin.“This has to be the best celebrity tournamentever,” said Hardwick, who is the son of PBA Hallof Famer Billy Hardwick. “I was excited justwatching it, much less bowling in it.“They were kicking our butts at first and mymindset was to just not get slaughtered,” addedHardwick. “But Chris (Barnes) kept me pumped upand said we’ve got a long way to go in the match.“I have to admit that the pressure of that matchgot me a little fatigued, but looking back at it thatmay have helped because being a little tired forcedme to relax and not over think it.”Barnes, one of six PBA triple-crown winners,struck on all of his shots including all three in the10th frame to win the match.“We had our hands full with those guys,” Barnessaid of the Hart/O’Neill team. “They got off to afast start with the first three strikes, but we didn’tlet them get too far away (Barnes and Hardwick started spare-strike-spare). I reminded Chris(Hardwick) that there was a long way to go in thematch and anything could happen to turn it around.He threw some clutch strikes in the fifth, seventhand ninth to keep the string going.”The 2013 fundraiser, benefitting Paul’s CP3Foundation, returned to a doubles format and show-cased several owners and players in the new PBALeague. Other Tour players competing in additionto Barnes and O’Neill were reigning Player of theYear Sean Rash, five-time Tour winner JasonBelmonte, PBA Hall of Famer Norm Duke, four-time Tour titlist Mike Fagan, three-time Tour win-ner Osku Palermaa, and two-time PBA regionalwinner Missy Parkin.In addition to Paul, Hardwick and Hart, other PBA League owners represented were former NFLAll-Pro receiver Terrell Owens, Pittsburgh Steelerslinebacker LaMarr Woodley, and actor JesseWilliams. Other celebrities competing were Paul’sClippers teammate Blake Griffin and former NBAstar and ESPN analyst Jalen Rose.Competition began with two Baker doubles elim-ination rounds of four doubles teams each with thehighest-scoring team in each bracket advancing tothe championship match. The Baker formatrequires the pro and celebrity to alternate frames ineach game.
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MADISON, NJ – In the CMILLeague Dave Merrill dominatedthe leader board rolling a 300game on his way to a 788 set andJennifer Drury led the womenwith a 226 game to highlight her 627 series.In the Plaza Ladies League CindyHeinemeyer rolled 208, ElaineWilson 190, and Jane Inch 183.OAKLAND, NJ – Jim Hosier  burned the boards torching an 826series highlighted by a 299 gameand added a 278 and 249 to lead all bowlers rolling in the Sal MarinoClassic League at Holiday Bowl.Jack Prins blasted 279-266-247-792 followed by MikeKenney with 289-243-768, TomSettembrino 258-256-749, GlennGriffiths 267-257-749, EdCanavan 2682-68-737, Jim Demas299-733, Harry Scheck 278-725,Walt Sacharow 259-719, DaveCahoon 256-706, Joey Lavecchia253-703, and Joe Cotton 248-699.WOOD PARK, NJ - Nick Lardieri lashed his second 300game on his way to a nice 762series while rolling in the FridayMajors Bowling League atParkway Lanes.David Herman took high serieshonors posting a 267-279-258-804set followed closely by Chuck Trimblett tallying a 269-277-257-803, all were on top of their games.Mike Salfino Bowled 265-771,Stephen Aiello 277-753, KenKokobosky 259-746, and Mike De Nichillo 266-735.
Jim Hosier 826 at Holiday BowlHerman 804,Trimblett 803Lardieri 300 at Parkway Lanes
Hardwick and Barnes Team Up to WinChris Paul PBA League All-Stars
By Jerry Schneider - PBA
 
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February 13 - 19, 2013
Kevin Macchia, Colette Malyack Top Youth Travelers
By Vince Albrecht
BOONTON, NJ 01-13-13 - It took just a few frames to realize theStan Niemiec youth bowlers were exposed to advantageous scoringconditions at Boonton Lanes. By the time the last plastic-sticks fell,there were two “700s”, four “650s”, three “600s” to go along withfour “250s”, five “240s”, five “230s” and eighteen other deuces.Holiday II opened with a season best 903 scratch that would have been higher had anchor Kevin Macchia, having entered the eighthframe with a seven-bagger, not inexplicably bounced his next deliv-ery off his ankle into the channel. Talk about youthful resiliency,Kevin withstood the subsequent pain to convert the spare and finishwith 246. By the time game two started, one would have wondered if Kevin had hurt his ankle at all as he proceeded to bury the pins for 267 on his way to a session high 714 set….amazing.Meanwhile, his teammates contributed seven deuces: ColetteMalyack 246-251-205: 702, Joe Malyack 222-202-212: 636 andFrank Olandesi 203 as Holiday II cruised past Bowler City IV whose best was Nick Ferrante 222 and Greg Khan 207.Rob Gilbert, Jr. knocked the pins silly with 228-211-258: 697 whileEric Grabusnik and Matt Trento posted 205 and 202 respectively, butBowler City I dropped all three games to Bowler City II whichrapped out high team handicap game 1043 and fourth best set 2894.Pacing the victors were Welmer Paguay 245: 619, Jonmikal Sepero237: 618, Kyle Schellberg 237: 598 and Kristen Kane 187.League-leading Boonton scored well enough to win most matches, but only managed to take the finale from upstart Bowler City IIIwhich benefited from Nick Reyes 233-214: 618, Tiffany Sucero 213-203 and Arielle Wallace 178. Pacing the front-runners were JustinPuchalski 245-235: 663, Karl Kattermann 236-235: 655, Pat Teshima225 and Brian McGrath 182.Steve Plaszky 216, Matt Myers 194, Hassan Izzard 189 andMadison Perry 169 were enough to power Fair Lawn to a sweep of shorthanded Montvale. Katie Didonato 210 and Matt Russell 191-182 kept Montvale competitive. Holiday I’s Brian Rizzi blitzed themaples with 280, delivering his last ten strokes for strikes after anopening 191 and closed with 215 for a 686 set; Frank Magyar addeda 244 and Lilly Sigona 175 as the team earned seven points from thevacancy.In the first round Hardwick, creator of the popular podcasts The Nerdist and All-Star Celebrity Bowling, and Barnes, representing their Silver Lake Atom Splitters team combined for a 199 game eliminatingRose and Fagan, representing the Motown Muscle (190), Owens andDuke, representing the Dallas Strikers (186), and Williams and Rash bowling for the BROOKLYN STyLES (143).In the second round, Philadelphia area natives Hart and O’Neill of thePhiladelphia Hitmen advanced to the title match by combining for a 218outscoring Griffin and Parkin, representing Billie Jean King’s New York WTT KingPins (189), Paul and Belmonte bowling for L.A. X (182), andWoodley and Palermaa bowling for the Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits (177).Between semifinal matches the celebrities participated in the one-ball“Super Clash” elimination competition which was won by actor QuintonAaron, who played the role of Baltimore Ravens lineman Michael Oher in “The Blindside.” Aaron struck on his seventh shot to edge tournamenthost Paul who had a nine-count. Defending champion Williams waseliminated in the fifth frame.
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THE STARSAT STELTON
He's & She's
Mike Fuscoletti 299
Sunday Night Mix
Kenneth Walker Sr. 279
Tuesday AT & T
Pete Garcia 232
Wednesday AT & T
Joe Hendricks 276Liz Pakosz 246
Thursday Night Men
Gary Wittmer 266Keith Hayden 246Danny Eremias 254Tony Soletto Jr 258
Seniors
Frank LaBruzzo 166Don O’Brien 183Franz Plate 203
He’s & She’s
Pete DiNizo 221Marc Berko 222
Sunday Night Mix
Robert Rose 247Phil Koszutinski 267Boc Brown 247Shonda Darden 218
MG & CC
Elaine Campion 163
 
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SPORTS REPORTER 
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 Kevin Masick 715
FARMINGDALE, NY – KevinMasick led the scoring in theMonday Night Fourplay Leaguefiring games of 279-256 for a highseries of 715.Chris DePierro rolled 235-233-649, Paul Baron 224-223-204-651, Joey Kurdziel 229-226-640,James Gallagher 241-239-631,Kevin Kremler 237, and LindaStephanopoulos 233.In the Monday AM SeniorsLeague Al Noll rolled 190, BillPlatania 185, Jerry Hoeler 181,and Marguerite Lauri 170.
 Meghan Wing 278-662
FARMINGDALE, NY –MeghanWing topped the competitionrolling in the St. Martin’s Major League firing a high game of 278and a high series of 662.Kerri Delisi shot 235, JonathanSmalkin 217, Emily Dean 196-189, Deanna Rosenberg 192,Sammi Ng 189, and Nathan Smith190.Kameron O’Neill shot 219,Amanda Heme 210, Joseph Napoli 197-194, and JakeDiamond 178-175 in the St.Martin’s Seniors League.
 Brian Selwin 683
FARMINGDALE, NY – BrianSelwin led the scoring in theFriday Late Mixed League firing ahigh game of 257 and a high seriesof 683.John Lennon and Rene Costrellorolled 253, Tony Caridi 246-237,Bob Starzec 243, Issy Medak 237, Nick Crocitto 235, Neil Williamsand Patrick Scott 234, and RobLarsen 231-225.
 Don Price 657 
FARMINGDALE, NY – DonPrice paced the Tuesday NiteOwls League firing games of 266-226 for a high series of 657.Paul Constantinopoli shot 253-644, Rafael Santos 245, RobLarsen 232, Kenny Simon 229,Victor Cassano 227, GeorgeZandier 226-217, Pat Gregg 225,Deidre Scollins 218, Jennifer Karow 209, and Peg Casoria 201.
 Brian Meade 257 
FARMINGDALE, NY – BrianMeade led the competition in theSunday Early Mixed League firing ahigh game of 257.Rianer Latteier shot 247-213, JoeGiammarino, Jr. 235-233, JeremySchuster 235-225, Eric Tilton 233,Jonathan Knox 216, Joe Panareillo213, Alyssa Kennedy 223, and JoeVeenzia 210.In the Sunday Adult/Junior League Jimmy Prince shot 206.Otto Vitillo rolled 225, GreggThilborg 221-208, and Christopher Penderga 216 in the Saturday PMSLeague.
 Joe LiVolsi 652
FARMINGDALE, NY – JoeLiVolsi led the Friday SunshineKids firing 238-235 for a high 652.Jerry Keenan rolled 195, JerryHoeler 193, Bill Platania 192, andRoe Heoler 182.In the Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship League MichaelCoaxley rolled 199, and JamesPrince 191.In the Saturday Junior ScholarshipLeague Erin Galalgher shot 191-181, Kristie Testa 178, andElizabeth Simmons 176.
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