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April 10 - 16, 2013 Sports Reporter

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Joe Alfano 300 in Montvale Majors
By Robert Balzarek 
WALLINGTON, NJ - KevinJackson got another pin on the Wall of Fame rolling a 300 game in theTuesday Bud Light 4-Man atWallington Lanes.Garry Vincente was right behindwith 288, Steve Shin 268, JimGiancarlo 268, Kevin Matawa 267,Tom Twist 266 256 733, UlisesMedrano 259, Jae Kim 258, PaulStamos who shot 3 258 games.
By Bill Vint
- PBAINDIANAPOLIS – ProfessionalBowlers Association Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann,Mo., wrote another chapter in bowling history when he defeat-ed Australian two-handed star Jason Belmonte, 224-179, to winthe Barbasol PBA Tournamentof Champions at WoodlandBowl and a $50,000 payday.The victory made Weber thefirst player to complete the PBATriple Crown for a second timeand tied bowling legend EarlAnthony for most major PBAtitles with 10.Weber, who was consideredone of the professional tour’s power players when he wonhis first PBA Tournament of Champions with his uniquehigh back swing back in1978, is now 50 – the oldest player ever to win theTournament of Champions – and affectionately called“Gramps” by his younger opponents.He won his second TOC title to go along with five U.S.Open titles and two PBA World Championships to com- plete the PBA’s Triple Crown a second time, a feat noother bowler has accomplished. He also owns a PBATouring Players Championship for his other major. Hiswin Sunday was his 37th,tying him for third place on thePBA all-time titles list with Norm Duke, behind WalteRay Williams Jr. (47) andAnthony (43).“I don’t know what it is,”Weber said. “I get up for themajors, but there’s one eludingme and the Weber family – theUSBC Masters. I really wantthat one, and I’m not done yet.I’m not slowing down. I haveno plans to retire.”Weber won the ToC withthree doubles, four spares andhelp from Belmonte, who leftthe 4-10 split three times – failing to convert it twice.“I woke up today and saidmy dream would be to bowlPete and win by a pin,”Belmonte said. “I got half of it right. I bowled Pete, but I lost by 60.“Pete is the most talented bowler the world has ever seen, and may ever see,” Belmonte added. “To bowlhim in the finals and see him break records like hehas broken is really special. If I could achieve half of what he has done by the time my career is over, I’ll be ecstatic.
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Tournament of Champions
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The East's Most Read Bowling Weekly 
Sports Reporter
 
The Nation's Leading Bowling Tournament Newspaper Since 1940
Vol. 74 No. 06 April 10 - 16, 2013 50 cents
MONTVALE, NJ – Joe Alfanorolled a 300 high game in theMontvale Majors at Montvale Lanes.Bob Higgins was second with a 290game. Matt Rovetto was high series bowler with a 246-255-266-767 andAndrew Hedaria was right behindhim with 245-255-266-766Chris Trembath bowled 257-258-740, Justin Hawkins 255-268-739,Jun Roldan 238-279-738, BobGreenwood 248-266-735, EricHonor 256-258-698, Rich Naclerio693, Chris Jachens 248-693, RamilCaburnay 263-692, Ray Keim 684,John Rankin Sr 254-667. SaraRankin 258-666, Rocky Durocher 661, Toto Roldan 267-659.CORAM, NY - Rob Bader Sr.tossed a twelve banger 300 to leadall competition in the ThursdayHigh Rollers League at CoramCountry Lanes.James Civil III, a junior bowler shot a 278 in the Sunday MorningFamily Affair League and BrookeKelsey, also a junior bowler, hit215.FLUSHING, NY - LouisDeMartino rolled perfect for a 300game en route to an 803 series,high for the meeting of the Balland Chain League at Jib Lanes.Jason Byczek rolled a 693 seriesfollowed by Dylan Bustillo with a686 and David Kokoszcynski posted a 267 game.
Rob Bader Sr. 300 at Coram CountryLouis DeMartino 300 803 at Jib LanesPete Weber Wins Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions
Completes PBA “Triple Crown” for second time, ties Earl Anthony for most PBA major titles
INDIANAPOLIS - Doug Kent of Newark, N.Y., the winner of 10 Professional BowlersAssociation Tour titles including four major championships, and Danny Wiseman of Baltimore, a 12-time Tour winner with onemajor title, were inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame for superior performance during cere-monies at the Indianapolis Marriott NorthSaturday night.Wiseman, 45, joined the PBA in 1987 and hasearned just over $1.55 million. Kent, also 45, joined the PBA in 1988 and has earned just over $1.51 million during his career. In the voting for the 50 Greatest Players in PBA History duringthe organization’s 50th anniversary celebrationin 2009, Wiseman wasranked 42nd and Kent43rd.Among Kent’s major titles are the 1991 UnitedStates Bowling CongressMasters, his first title, the2002 PBA WorldChampionship, and the2006 USBC Masters andDenny’s PBA WorldChampionship. Winningtwo majors in 2006 led tothe Chris Schenkel PBAPlayer of the Year award.He is one of only nine players ever to win twomajor titles in the sameseason.“As a young player Inever thought about Hallsof Fame or Player of theYear awards,” Kent said.“All I wanted to be waslike my hero Mark Roth.“I want to thank PBAfor the opportunity to be a professional bowler andto live a dream.”Kent joins his brother-in-law, Parker Bohn III, in the PBA Hall of Fame. Kent’s wife is the former ChrissieBeamish; Bohn’s wife is the former LeslieBeamish. They are the second set of brothers-in-law in the PBA Hall, joining Mike Aulby andSteve Cook, who also married sisters.Wiseman, who won the first of his 11 standardtitles in the 1990 Fair Lanes Open in his home-town in his first television appearance, won thehistoric 2004 USBC Miller High Life Masterswhich was staged on a special lane installationinside Miller Park in Milwaukee – the first timea bowling championship had been conductedinside a major league baseball stadium.
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Hall of Fame
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Doug Kent and Danny Wiseman Inducted Into PBA Hall of Fame
By Jerry Schneider
- PBA
PBA photo
Pete Weber ties Earl Anthony for most PBA titles in cap-turing the Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions.
PBA photo
Danny Wiseman and Doug Kent
Kevin Jackson 300 at AMF Wallington
 
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 April 10 - 16, 2013
Belmonte eliminated defendingchampion Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 229-171, in thesemifinal match. Belmonte startedwith five strikes while Rash threwonly one strike in his first six frames.When Belmonte left the 1-2-4-6-10 inthe eighth frame and failed to convert,he gave Rash a glimmer of hope, butRash was unable to close the gap.In the second match, Rash followeda first-frame spare with five strikes to build a 34-pin lead over TommyJones of Simpsonville, S.C., after Jones left and failed to convert the 3-4-6-7-10 split in his second frame.Despite striking on eight of his lastnine shot, Jones was unable to over-come his early mistake against Rash’serror-free game.Jones started the stepladder finalswith a 217-189 victory over Finland’stwo-handed star, Osku Palermaa.Jones had a double in the second andthird frames which gave him the leadand Palermaa, unable to double theentire game, couldn’t catch up.Belmonte eliminated defendingchampion Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 229-171, in thesemifinal match. Belmonte startedwith five strikes while Rash threwonly one strike in his first six frames.When Belmonte left the 1-2-4-6-10 inthe eighth frame and failed to convert,he gave Rash a glimmer of hope, butRash was unable to close the gap.In the second match, Rash followeda first-frame spare with five strikes to build a 34-pin lead over TommyJones of Simpsonville, S.C., after Jones left and failed to convert the 3-4-6-7-10 split in his second frame.Despite striking on eight of his lastnine shot, Jones was unable to over-come his early mistake against Rash’serror-free game.Jones started the stepladder finalswith a 217-189 victory over Finland’stwo-handed star, Osku Palermaa.Jones had a double in the second andthird frames which gave him the leadand Palermaa, unable to double theentire game, couldn’t catch up.
 
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Wiseman also had memorable per-formances in the 1992 Tournament of Champions and 2009 USBC Masters,finishing second in both tournaments.Early in his career, Wisemandefined himself by compiling thewinningest television record in PBAhistory at that time (21-5), and byintroducing a colorful persona that branded him as something of a mav-erick.“I never had a lot of natural abilityand often wondered how I got to this point,” Wiseman said. “I have to givemy parents a lot of the credit. Ilearned to strive for perfection fromdad and to never give up from mymom.“I took what I learned from a lot of the greats in the sport, combined itwith my own ability and made acareer out of it.”Including the Class of 2013, thePBA Hall of Fame consists of 61 per-formance, 27 meritorious service andthree PBA50 (formerly senior)inductees.
Tournament of Champions
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Hall of Fame
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 April 10 - 16, 2013
SPORTS REPORTER 
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 Paul Verderosa 757 
FARMINGDALE, NY – PaulVerderosa topped the scoring inthe Friday Late Mixed Leaguefiring games of 298-245 for ahigh series of 757.Brendan Stephens rolled 289,James Hood 259, Wingo Homand Ken Sanders 258, TonyCaridi 247-236-708, Mike Clark 247, and Hari Soedarmasto andEddie Wing 246.
 Marc Bieler 299
FARMINGDALE, NY – MarcBieler blasted a 299 game in theThursday 3-Man League.Jag Gabino shot 298-245-297-840, Tony Brown 279-768,Damon Brown 278-247-739,John McHugh 266-257-734, andAmefika Greaves 269-257-723.
 Erin Gallagher 234
FARMINGDALE, NY – ErinGallagher rolled 234, andMichael Droshin 211 in theJunior Scholarship League.
 Mike Maisono 289-730
FARMINGDALE, NY – MikeMaisono led the WednesdayMen’s League firing games of 289-238 for a high series of 730.Bay Stauder rolled 279-221-695, Bill Vreeland Sr. 277-680,Mario Cramico 276-226-718,Brian Bealie 269-244-732, JohnBergen 266, Paul Bouchard III265, Don Ciervo 259-258-720,and Bob Langis Sr. 258-224.In the Wednesday PartyLeague David Brand rolled 266,and Mike Ellendorf 252.
 Brian Meade 287 
FARMINGDALE, NY – BrianMeade topped the scoring in theSunday Early Mixed League fir-ing a high game of 287.John Tortora rolled 244-235-680, Chet Blyman 243, GeorgeMazzocchi 237, RichieFiorentino 230-229, and WayneEmbleton 220.
 Kerri Delisi 244
FARMINGDALE, NY – KerriDelisi led the St. Martins Major League firing games of 244-220for a high series of 664.Meghan Wing rolled 227-660,Liz Ferraro 222-216-618, andSammi Ng 221.
 James Prince 211
FARMINGDALE, NY – JamesPrince rolled a high game of 211in the Sunday Adult/Junor Scholarship League, andMichael Coakley hit 204.
 Jerry Keenan 204
FARMINGDALE, NY – JerryKeenan led the Friday SunshineKids firing a high game of 204.Karen Bruno bowled a 194, JoeLiVolsi 190, Bob Junge 183, andBill Platania hit 180.In the Tuesday Early BirdsLeague Pat Berardino shot 257,Leroy Williams 255, EdBenjamin 254, Miguel Garrido252, and Kerrick Jones 246.
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OAKLAND, NJ - In Stan Niemiec Youth Travelers’ play at HolidayBowl, Montville sophomore Karl Kattermann scattered the plastic-coatswith a session best triple deuce 205-223-269: 697 in spearheadingBoonton to a 5-2 triumph over Montvale. Kattermann, who also stroked697 last month at Fair Lawn, lifted his team high average to just shy of 204; the rest of the lineup provided ample support, particularly BrianMcGrath whose 208: 575 was his finest showing to date; Pat Teshimacame through with 204: 586 and anchor Justin Puchalski added a 206.Montvale’s Katie Didonato posted a season best game/set with 226: 604while Kyle Ladewig chipped in with 204-205 and Matt Russell 183.Holiday I’s Nick Cilento fired 248-243: 666, Frank Magyar 224 and AnaDeLeon 195, but were outscored, 2672-2647 by Bowler City IV, largelydue to a +50 over set outing from Caitlin Tombo which included a 179 sin-gle. Also rolling well for BC IV were Alijah Jackson 197 and Nick Ferrante 196.James Kane tallied 208-223: 630, Justin Garcia 206-244: 621 and KyleSchellberg 202 as Bowler City II bounced back from an opening loss tosnare five points from a shorthanded Holiday II squad. Sparking HolidayII was Colette Malyack 258: 622 with help from Frank Olandesi 214-221and Caitlyn Castillo 193.Despite Vinny Santoro’s 204-225: 599, Bowler City I’s drive to the titlewas temporarily stalled by Bowler City III which edged the frontrunners,2566-2558. Top scorers for BC III were Nick Reyes 199: 581, LouisFerrante 193 and Patrick Sucero 188.Fair Lawn jumped into second place, ten points back of the leaders, witha sweep of the seven points from the vacancy.
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