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October 16 - 22, 2013 Sports Reporter

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VIENNA, Austria – The 2012-13 Professional Bowlers Association Player of the Year race got even more interesting last week when MikaKoivuniemi, a Finnish native now living in Hartland, Mich., won his thirdPBA International Tour title of the season, defeating fellow Finn PasiUotila, 258-237, in the title match of the Columbia 300 Vienna Open atPlus Bowling Center.With his win, Koivuniemi became the first PBA Tour player to win threetitles – all on foreign soil – during the 2012-13 season. He previously wonthe Round1 Japan Cup followed by the Qatar Open in back-to-back WorldTenpin Bowling Association/PBA International Tour events in December 2012. Jason Belmonte, Australia (Bear Open and USBC Masters) and Scott Norton, Mission Viejo, Calif. (Chameleon Open and Earl Anthony PBAPlayers Championship), are the only other multiple title winners this sea-son with two each.Koivuniemi, who owns 12 PBA Tour titles, also moved into second placein the WTBA’s World Bowling Tour men’s points standings and won a7,000 Euro first prize (est. US$9,500) to take the 2012-13 PBA Tour earnings lead with$172,312 (roughly $3,500 ahead of Belmonte).The Vienna Open was the next-to-last World Bowling Tour qualifying event heading into thePBA World Series of Bowling. With his victory, Koivuniemi earned 50 WBT points and nowranks second with 534 points, trailing leader Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., who has 563 points after picking up 23 points for his seventh-place finish in Vienna. Trailing Koivuniemiand Rash on the men’s points list are Mike Fagan of Fort Worth, Texas(506); Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C. (494); Chris Barnes of DoubleOak, Texas (491), and Belmonte (477).The top three men and top three women on the WBT’s rolling two-year competition points list will earn berths in the WBT Finals presented by thePBA, which will be held on Nov. 3 as the final event on the PBA WorldSeries of Bowling V program. The top three WBT women have clinched berths. Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., is the leader with 647 points followed by Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y. (555) and Missy Parkin, Laguna Hills,Calif. (539).The final WTBA/PBA International Tour tournament and final WBTqualifying event leading into the PBA World Series of Bowling V will bethe WBT Thailand which is being held Oct. 14-21 at Bul-O Paragon inBangkok, Thailand. WBT points at stake begin at 50, 40, 35, 30 and 25 for the top five players, respectively, with lesser points awarded based uponwhere players finish.WSOB V is set for Oct. 25-Nov. 3 at South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas. The WBTMen’s and Women’s Finals will be held on Nov. 3. Finalists in each gender division will bowlfor $20,000, $10,000 and $5,000 prizes.Seven PBA Tour titles remain to be decided during the 2012-13 season: the WBT Thailand,four animal pattern championships (Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon and Scorpion) plus the PBAWorld Championship during WSOB V, and the season-ending Round1 Japan Cup in Tokyo.
The East's Most Read Bowling Weekly 
Sports Reporter
The Nation's Leading Bowling Tournament Newspaper Since 1940
Vol. 74 No. 33 October 16 - 22, 2013 50 cents
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – Brian Kretzer of Kettering,Ohio defeated TomSmallwood of Saginaw,Mich., 215-200, to win theProfessional BowlersAssociation Central RegionalPlayers Invitational title atThunderbowl Lanes.Kretzer, a 47-year-old one-time PBA Tour title winner,earned $6,000, a paid entryinto the PBA World Series of Bowling V in Las Vegas inlate October and a berth in anew PBA RPI Finals whichwill be televised on ESPN.The regional title wasKretzer’s 16th and his secondthis year.After qualifying third andearning byes for the first tworounds of single-eliminationmatch play, Kretzer eliminat-ed Chris Loschetter of Avon,Ohio, 3-0, in the best-of-five-game Round of 8 and thendefeated reigning CentralRegion Rookie of the Year Brandon Novak of Chillicothe, Ohio, 223-194, inthe semifinal round.
Brian Kretzer Wins PBA Central RegionalPlayers Invitational Title
By Bobby Jakel
- PBA
FAIR LAWN, NJ – JerryBoggi took high series honorsrolling in the Tuesday NightEarly Mixed League at Fair Lawn Brunswick Lanes tossinggames of 288, 258, and 279 tofinish with an 825 series.Todd Ulrich was runner-upwith an impressive 783 ongames of 279, 255 and 249.Henry Carlos III was just behindhim with an impressive 739 ongames of 247, 254, 238. TomSchillaci was right behind himwith also an impressive 738 ongames of 237, 299, and 202.John Nappi also had a nice scoreof 718 with games of 249, 258,211.Other mentionable scores BobBurroughs 258, Uri Peled 256,Luis Perez 255, Rick Decker 254, Fred Kowalchuk 254,For the women high serieshonors goes to Lorisa Jonesrolling games of 204, 237, 243for an impressive 684, GayleDel Tufo 205, 225, StaceySaposnik 223, Linda Cool 200,201, Cathy Hansen 211, and Nadine Hovan 205, DebbieThomas 200.
Jerry Boggi 825, Tom Schillaci 299At Brunswick Fairlawn
By Steve Nitch
PBA photo
Champion Mika Koivuniemi
Mika Koivuniemi Wins Columbia 300 Vienna Open for 12th PBA Tour Title
 PBA Player of the Year, World Bowling Tour races get tighter heading into Thailand event 
By Bill Vint
- PBA
PBA photo
Brian Kretzer(R) with Thunderbowl Lanesproprietor Tom Strobl.
 
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SPORTS REPORTER 
October 16 - 22, 2013
Racing jockeys have the right towear advertisements and logos ontheir uniforms.Why not?Few, if any, sports don't havesome form of commercial adver-tising on their clothing, equip-ment, or strategically placed sig-nage of all sorts.I don't know if bowling was thefirst, but it was an early approverof the idea, going back to the1900s and before. In the boomingdays of bowling during the majorpart of the 20th century, bowlingshirts were akin to walking bill-boards. The earliest advertiserswere beer, cigars, bowling equip-ment, bowling centers, banks,amusement centers, and many anindustrial organization, as well asa good sprinkling of religiousorganizations.But what seemed natural inbowling was viewed with scornand deprecating smiles by toomany outside of the game.That didn't stop the bowlersand their sponsors. When therewere more than 10 million leaguebowlers, almost all had bowlingshirts and the better teams alsohad slacks, and often jackets tomatch. Most of the sponsors werelocal---restaurants and bars, gasstations, barber shops and beautysalons, banks, insurance agencies,all types of stores, and even politi-cians, but many of the top nation-al firms also joined as sponsors.For a comparatively small sum,money for league entry fees andshirts, a sponsor could haveadvertising for 36 weeks and fiveor six bowlers and their familiesboosting a product or service byword of mouth as well.These days bowling shirts inlow average or regular houseleagues are mostly gone---and insome leagues there are morebowlers wearing hats than bowl-ing shirts.There was a number of bowlingapparel companies that gavebonus prizes for bowlers whorolled a 300 game while wearing ashirt, belt, skirt or slacks of a cer-tain firm. The prizes rangedfrom $100 to $1,000, mostly insavings bonds. That wouldn't bea good idea in this time of highscores.Teams went out of their way tocome up with beautiful and oftengarish shirt designs. Embroiderywas an accepted art and could becostly. So at times the writing onthe back cost more than theshirts.The International Bowling Hallof Fame and Museum has a clas-sic collection of shirts spanningalmost a century of male andfemale uniforms of all sorts.When the PBA first started itstour it was anything goes andbowlers could wear any kind of shirt advertising almost anyproduct. On TV only the bowler'sname, very huge, was allowed.The PBA then went to no nameson shirts and a bowler, accordingto his finish, was allowed tochoose from a variety of colors,and those following had to choosedifferent colors.For a time Ernie Schlegel andGoupy Troup were the kings of surprise uniforms, from tuxstyled outfits to those with eachleg adorned with a different color.It all settled down and most willagree that bowlers are dressedneat and colorful these days. Thebig laugh is that almost everysport was critical of bowlingbecause of bowling shirts withnames and now just about everysport has adopted the: same prac-tice.They should have known. Back in the 1890s era the top teamswore stiff starched, long-sleevedshirts and ties when they compet-ed in important matches. Anyonewho went through that can't beall bad.Where are all those millions of shirts now? Few are still beingused some rest in closets andattics, but most were sent toneedy people around the worldwhen for decades clothing drivesconcentrated on them.
Baltimore’s Danny Wiseman, a 12-time PBA Tour champion and2013 inductee into the PBA Hall of Fame, will be inducted into theMaryland State Athletic Hall of Fame as part of an all-star lineupon Thursday, Nov. 14, at Michael’s 8th Avenue in Glen Burnie, Md.Maryland’s 54th induction ceremony will include induction of three former world champion Baltimore Colts players (runningback Lennie Moore, defensive tackle Art Donovan and linebackerMike Curtis), NBA basketball legend Wes Unseld, premier track and field hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah and Wiseman.Wiseman is the first tenpin bowler elected to the 57-year-old hallof fame. He will be recognized as part of the organization’s hall of fame display at the Camden Yards complex in Baltimore. For moreinformation about the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame,including dinner tickets, visit mdsahof.com.
Danny Wiseman Elected toMaryland Athletic Hall of Fame
AT OCEAN
Tyler Wolfe 277 
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Tyler Wolfetopped the scoring in the SaturdayScratch League firing a high gameof 277.Brian Coupe rolled 276, KennyRyan 231-267, Billy Riley 256,Allen Bank and Nic Chirichello246, and Matt McCarthy 244.
 Nick Clayton 255
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Nick Claytonled the scoring in the SaturdayJuniors League firing a high gameof 255.Erin Ritchery shot 213, BradleyAumann 211, Nicholas Gross 204,Angel Gonzlaez 194, and NatalieSwindell 188.Eric Lazarchick shot 135, AlexisFitzmaurice 134 134, and AmandaShelters 98.
Dave MastropasquaHit 763 at Montvale
MONTVALE, NJ - DaveMastropasqua lead all scoring inthe Thursday Early Bird League atMontvale Lanes firing scores of 268-258-237 for a 763 series.Henry Carlos followed closely behind with scores of 224-279-247 for a 750 series.Other great shooting for the nightincluded league average leader EdKilianski posting a 257 game in a729 set followed by TimMcAleese with 269-711, MikePasch 267-706, Bob Greenwood238-691, Lee Bandy 237-677, andMike Folchi 225-669.
Joe Lupo Hit 289
At Rockville Center
ROCKVILLE CENTER, NY – Joe Lupo led the scoring in theTuesday Oceanside K of C Leaguefiring a high game of 289.Tom Forkin rolled 269-226, PatZenker 220-235-261-718, Frank Cimino 248-247-250-745, AndyHegman, Jr. 247-208, BillMaxwell 247, Joe Butt, Jr. 246,Pete Morreale 245, Rob Allegra241, Rich Butt 2329, Rich Tanner 235, and Heather Maxwell 200.
 
October 16 - 22, 2013 
SPORTS REPORTER  
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ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Monday Early Birds:
Brian Pires 231-626, Doug Scholtz 225-564, Bradley Kohl 232-622, Leann Chervsik 212-542, Mike Riley 278-698, Michelle Clouse 222-593.
County Tuesday Night Mixed
: Bob Garcia 278-647, Matthew Wood 268-666, GenePukas 705, Dot Newsome 248-639, Nichole Opsasnick 241-679 , Jim Westergaard 267-730.
Fox Hills Seniors
: Steve Rainer 246, Joe Tobjy 246-575, Helen Loverro 169-459, IrmaHujer 166-420, Bill Verderber 221-589, Marilyn Forte 161-420.
Morris Hills Mixed
: Andy Romo 211-606, Sal Antoniello 186-477, Bill Woodbury 175-450, Pam Antoniello 217-586, Rosemary Muscolino177, Violet Indyk 166-431, DoloresWebb 177.
Rockaway Women
: Susan Chillemi 233-605, Coleen Boyd 208-480, Lois Kehmna 187-Annette Rossi 178-467, Lois Kehmna 209, Tracy O’Leary 180, Beverly Koval 160.
Rockaway Foursome
: Tim Panek 279-804, Matthew Wood 256-669, Joan Dakak 204-553, Joyce Hulbert 228-558, Peter Furio 278-706, Allen Apgar 263, Geroge Dakak Jr.257-746.
PBA Experience
 – Bowled on changing PBA lane conditions: Tim Panek 224, TamiMehesy 185, Ken Yokobosky 221-594, Liesl Apgar 184-500.
NorBu Lodge
: Jon Klejmont 231-614, John Hearn 230, Maryann Abasto 222-551, LynnPerry 188-514, Bill Karpack 244-646, Maria Vantreuren 219-505.
Lake Hiawatha A.C.
: Eric Houghtalen 267-689, Sam Sapio 258-665, John Finno 256-744, Maryann Abasto 203-538, Kimberly Feehan 163-452, Jacqlyn Coren 157-449.
Rockaway Mixed
: Heriberto Matias 278-670, Joe Bawiec Jr. 265, Nidia Heneveld 237-567, Keir May 235-633, Gerald Lynees 267-702, Jacqueline Theriault 228-558.
Friday Tri-Mixed
: Geno McCroy 203-512, Kim Cannariato 191-511, Daryl Frank 201.
Spanish American Mixed
: Jim Westergaard 247-646, Savan Alsheikh 236, StevenMatias 235, Chris Morris 663, Tyrone Waal 613.
Junior LeaguesSizzlin’ Strikers/Weekend Warriors
: Nicholas Thies 143-387, Benjamine Cruz 131,Emma Thies 163-395, Gabby 72, Chelsey Cruz 70.
Gutter Busters
(2 games): Christopher Dunleary 90-161.
Bumper Busters
(2 games): Michael M 118-206, Jacob Paniconi 92-174, Ricky R 90-165.
Lucky Strikers
: Colin F 63, Samantha F 51.

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