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November 27 - December 3, 2013 Sports Reporter

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LAUREL, Del. – George Tignor of Winchendon, Mass., successfullydefended his title when he defeatedPBA Hall of Famer Tom Baker of King, N.C., 278-248, to win thePBA50 Bryan’s Bowling Center Eastern Open presented by TheInsurance Market at Bryan’sBowling Center last week. Tignor, who won his first PBA50Regional title in the same event ayear ago, earned $1,700 for hissecond title while Baker earned$875 as the runner-up.Tignor defeated Fran Luzzi of Port Jervis, N.Y. 252-221 in thesemi-final round while Baker defeated Sammy Ventura of Syracuse, N.Y. 235-224.Luzzi and Ventura each earned$725 as semifinal round losers.In the round of 8 where the it’sthe best of three games, loserseliminated and earned $600 each:Tignor def. David Kneas,Annapolis, Md., 2-0; Baker def.Thad Rand, Rapidan, Va., 2-1;Luzzi def. Charlie Toney, Oak Hill,W.Va., 2-0; Ventura def. MikeHastings, Millsboro, Del., 2-0The PBA East Region’s 2013season is now over. The 2014 sea-son will resume in mid-March.
The East's Most Read Bowling Weekly 
Sports Reporter
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Vol. 74 No. 39 November 27 - December 3, 2013 50 cents
ARLINGTON, Texas - Eight team championswere crowned this fall as the USA Bowling pro-gram held its first regional tournaments.USA Bowling, a team-based youth programoffered through the International BowlingCampus, held four USA Bowling RegionalTournaments and crowned team champions inUnder 15 and Under 12 divisions at each tour-nament.Under 12 champions were Nexgen All Stars of Staten Island, N.Y., 300 Club of Wichita, Kan.,Smyrna Elite of Smyrna, Tenn., and IrvineStrikers of Irvine, Calif.Hot Shots of Staten Island, N.Y., Red Apple of Bartlesville, Okla., Smyrna Elite of Smyrna,Tenn., and ACTS of Yuma, Ariz., earned U15titles.A total of 227 athletes from more than 11 states participated in the Regional Tournaments, heldat four sites: Rab's Country Lanes in StatenIsland, N.Y. (East); Northrock Lanes, Wichita,Kan. (Midwest); Vestavia Bowl, Birmingham,Ala. (South); and Irvine Lanes, Irvine, Calif.(West)This year's USA Bowling RegionalTournaments were the first step in the develop-ment of a premier event for youth team compe-tition. In 2014, USA Bowling will host eightRegional Tournaments and plans to host 16events in 2015. Advancers from each of the 16Regional Tournaments in 2015 will be invited tocompete in the first USA Bowling NationalChampionships in 2016."We are excited to develop this new avenue of competition for youth teams," said ChadMurphy, International Bowling CampusManaging Director of Youth Development."Most sports are positioned as an individual or team sport, where bowling provides both. Thisunique advantage can give bowling a leg upwhen competing for youth participation withother sports."This year, each two-day regional event offeredtwo divisions - for Under 12 (12 or younger as of July 31, 2013) and Under 15 (15 or younger asof July 31, 2013) teams - and each team wascomprised of four to six bowlers. The formatincluded both regular team games and match play utilizing the Baker format."We traveled six hours to compete in the event,"said Pamela Deveau, a USA Bowling parent."My daughter and her team had a wonderfultime. We'll definitely be back next year."USA Bowling is a mainstream competitionmodel that was initiated to introduce youngstersto bowling. It follows the same structure as other youth sports by placing children on a team, pro-viding each team with a coach and then havingregular practices along with weekly competi-tions.
Champions Crowned at USA Bowling First Regionals
OAKLAND, NJ – Dave Nagelhout topped the scoring inthe Tuesday Night Men’s Leaguefiring games of 279-296 for a highseries of 800.Dwayne Shuart shot 279-257-237-773, Ken Ayello 279-257-755, Russ Smith 268-258-748,Dale Lagoda 277-248-743, andBrian DeYoung 279-236-738.
Ed McAuliffe 299 at Montvale LanesGeorge Tignor Repeats at PBA50 Bryan’s Bowling Center Eastern Open
By Russ Mills
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 PBA
Dave Nagelhout 800 at Holiday Bowl
MONTVALE, NJ - Tom Fojtlin blasted 248-278-269 for a 795series to lead the Thursday EarlyBird League at Montvale Lanesand Ed McAuliffe rolled a 299 highgame finishing with a 712 series.Mike Wuhrman bowled 268-245-239 for a 752 series followed byHenry Carlos with 248-696, EdKilianski 246-695, Steve Scorzetti249-694, Graig Slawinski 279-691,and Mike Almodovar 258-686.
Nolan Ryder 300 at Rockville Centre
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY –  Nolan Ryder earned top game andset honors in the TuesdayOceanside K of C League atRockville Centre Lanes firinggames of 250 and 235 around a per-fect 300 for the high series of 785.Ed Graeff rolled 279-211-691,Frank Pagnotto 269, Mark Gralto260, Rich Tanner 256-216, BobEaton 254-235, Nick Nassour 252,and Pat Zenker 231-233-235-699.
Eddie Penafiel 300-794 at Lodi Lanes
LODI, NJ - Eddie Penafiel blasteda 300 game on his way to a 794high for the session set while con-testing in the Monday 4-ManClassic at Lodi Lanes.Brittni Hamilton was close to perfect with a 289 game in her 740series.
appy Thanksgiving appy anukkah
PBA photo
George Tignor (L) with proprietor Pete Bryan and runner-upTom Baker.
 
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November 27 - December 3, 2013
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ARLINGTON, Texas - HannahDiem of Seminole, Fla., becamethe youngest United StatesBowling Congress member to rolla certified 300 game last week when she ended her Youth/AdultFall league session at LibertyLanes in Largo, Fla., with 12 con-secutive strikes.At 9 years, 6 months and 19days, Hannah broke the previousoverall record of 10 years, 2months set by Chaz Dennis of Columbus, Ohio, in 2006 and shat-tered the girls' mark of 12 years, 4months set by Brandie Reamy of Farmington, Mich., also in 2006.Hannah started the night withgames of 204 and 226 beforerolling the perfect game to finishwith a 730 series, a personal best by 166 pins. Entering the night,her high game was 224 and her high set was 564."Going into the third game, Iknew what she needed for her first600 series, but then the strikesstarted to add up," said HeidiDiem, Hannah's mother. "It's likeevery shot she threw was rightthere. It was magical."Diem credits much of her daugh-ter's continuing improvement to thesupport and guidance of the older youth bowlers at Liberty Lanes andthe dedication of USBC Bronzecoach James Crouch, who runs theyouth program and the Youth/Adultleague. Hannah also spent timeover the summer at the KegelTraining Center in Lake Wales, Fla.In four years of certified compe-tition, Hannah has raised her aver-age to 162. She bowls in multipleleagues each week, practices oftenand bowls in tournaments on theweekend. In 2012, she won her singles division at the FloridaState Youth Tournament.After her second game Sundaynight, Hannah asked her mother when she thought she'd roll her first perfect game. The answer was, "next year.""I tried not to talk to her toomuch and distract her," HeidiDiem said. "I don't know how shecomposed herself. I've never thrown a 300 or been close, so Idon't know the pressure she feltwhen she was up there. Going intothe 10th frame, it's like she didn'twaiver at all. She just got up thereand nailed it."For Hannah, the accomplish-ment is a little bit overwhelming."At first, I wasn't that confident Icould do it, but as I got morestrikes, I felt like maybe it couldhappen," said Hannah, who uses a12-pound ball. "This just feelsamazing. It's so much excitement,and my brain is still trying to process it all."Hannah hopes to continueimproving with the help of her teammates and coaches, and her sights are set on potentially com- peting in the Bowling.com YouthOpen Championships and USBCJunior Gold Championships in theBuffalo, N.Y., area next summer.For now, she and her mother areenjoying the chance to bowltogether on Sunday nights."She certainly didn't get the bowling gene from me," Diemsaid. "I always joke that it skippedme, and she got double, but itmeans a lot that it's something wecan do together."
ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Monday Early Birds
: Evan Warshaw 247-637, Doug Scholtz 215,Alex Dalmedo 245-606, Ed Hardy 219, Michelle Clouse 226-570,Frances Haines 165-457.
County Tuesday Night:
Matt Franke 290-688, Jesus Cruz 279-772,Charles Wilfong 258, PJ. Adams 247-698, Lynn Coleman 214-599,Joan Rauh 212, Amy Banfield 189-488.
Fox Hills Seniors
: Bill Verderber 258-693, Sam landsman 188, SteveFriedman 215-640, Kathy Ingenito 164-436, Marilyn Forte 127, HelenLovero 150-401, Donna Matthews 137.
Morris Hills Mixed
: Barry Webb 235-572, Bob McClughan 186-517,Manny Barroquieiro 164-476, Dolores Webb 176-471, Beth Williams168-428, Rita McKoy 161.
Rockaway Women
: Colleen Boyd 223-555, Tammy Baldwin 212-614, Marybeth Kanoiuse 211-520, Susan Chillemi 201-517, AnnetteRossi 201-518, Pat Somers 192-514, Tracy O’Leary 191-499, BeverlyKoval 163-445.
PBA Experience
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bowled on changing PBA lane conditions
: TimPanek 244-642, Joseph Caloger 232-611, Nick Westergaard 211-543,Philip St. Amand 187-500, Liesl Apgar 188 and Dori Tinogoli 186.
NorBu Lodge
: Bill Karpack 243-652, Charles Wrigth 238-665,Patrick Deo 238, Marie Vantreuren 204-504, Lynn Perry 195-524,Mary Abasto 189-541.
Lake Hiawatha A.C
.: Mike Harris 267-631, Larry Lewis265-618, Nick Westergaard 263-667, J.W. Albensi III 248-655, Paul CeCe 247-693, Maryann Abasto 189-521, Jacqlyn Coren 182-446, KimberlyFeehan 171-453.
Friday Tri-Mixed
: Mike Svetik 201-497, Geno McCroy 198-534,Fred Driver 189-524, Steve Beltz 189, Michelle Halko 191-555, AmyCaselli 176-454, Joann Mossi 143-403.
Spanish American Mixed
: Tyrone Waal 296-724, Bill Coleman 290-657, Julio Soto 267-704.
Junior LeaguesSizzlin’ Strikers/Weekend Warriors
: Nicholas Thiese 160-413, Mark Howarth 156-425, Emma Thiese 192-474, Chelsey Cruz 91-213.
Gutter Busters
(
2 games
): Jared Glickman 108-206, Christopher Dunleary 90-175, Isabel Glickman 94-176.
Rockaway-Denville Recreation
(
2 games
): Alexander Schulte 90-179, William Ciampaglion 83-157, Hannah Digansgi 105-184.
Bumper Busters
(
2 games
): Ricky Rodriguez 130-212, DominicMellifore 105-179, Jacob Paniconi 98-194, Jeniece Lazard 82-158.
Lucky Strikers
: Colin Fisher 77-194, Samantha Fisher 68-182.
Ball Busters:
Zachary Clark 244-618, Brandon Kwestel 235-631,Mike Murray 187-477, Ben Gallagher 185, Haley Paccione 171-502,Stephanie Sihanick 155-401.
Hannah Diem is Youngest to Roll 300 Game
Matt Cannizzaro
- USBC
AT MAJESTIC
 Sean Zeleniak 784
HOPELAWN, NJ Sean Zelenaik led the Raritan Bay Men’s Leaguefiring games of 256-230-298 for ahigh series of 784.Joe Lampariello shot 255-256-259-770, Dena Simon 278 -269-208-755, Glenn Mohr 219-268-257-744, Patrick Plate 227-279-233-739, and Dorien Soto 259-213-246-718.
 Joey Weisenstein 714
HOPELAWN, NJ – JoeyWeisenstein led the scoring in theMadison Park Men’s League fir-ing games of 234-225-255 for ahigh series of 714.Tom Martino, Jr. rolled 257-236-205-698, Jeff Scire 243-206-237-686, Andrew Tripka 222-222-237-681, and Eric Velasquez 238-257-673.
 Manuel Gonzalez 711
HOPELAWN, NJ – ManuelGonzales led the scoring in theGoldstein & Hanel Doubles Leaguefiring games of 235-279 for a highseries of 711.Rusty Thomsen shot 218-224-237-679, Bob Caruso 248-225-649, andLou Gaudio, Jr. 223-227-641.
 
November 27 - December 3, 2013
SPORTS REPORTER  
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 James Nolan 814
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – James Nolan topped the scoring inthe Sunday Night Mixed Leaguefiring games of 268-279-267 for ahigh series of 814.Chuck Erkhardt shot 260, John Novichonek 258-237-720, Peter Conway 258-224-223-705, JulioZambrano 243-237-685, WilliamMay, Sr. 243-216, Nancy Karish248-209-632, and Kim Swanson240.
 Ed Small 788
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – EdSmall topped the scoring in theThursday Mixed League firinggames of 265-257-266 for ahighseries of 788.Frank Krulish shot 262, BillKoste 257, Frank Cimino 255-223, John Cardinale 248, DouglasBecker III 245-215-652, andAnthony Scigliano 244-210.In the Thursday El-CheapoLeague Ryan Ciccimarro shot 235,Roberti Baismelli 234, StevePatitucci 230-205, Steve Frey226-212, Joey Green 212-200, andVinny Spano 202.
 Richard Butt 278-718
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Richard Butt topped the scoring inthe Thursday Custom ThumbzDoublez League firing games of 278-258 for a high series of 718.Jim Constantantinides rolled276-224-703, Alex Bogolubsky269, Dave Goldman 268-225,Willie Fessler 268-238, CarlClory, Julio Zambrano and TonyTaylor each rolled a 267, and SeanDubose and Billy Rappel 258.
 Joe Mazza 286 
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Joe Mazza led the Tuesday LateMen’s League firing a high gameof 286 and a high series of 682.Chris Piccinninni shot 246-225,Ken McCloat 245, John Soulant244, Michael Fisch 243, MikeCzaplinski 241, and AnthonyBruno 236-220.
 Ed Graeff 283
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Inthe Tuesday Oceanside K of CLeague Ed Graeff shot 283, NolanRyder 268-258-718, Joe Lupo 267-685, Keith Massimillo 258-246-708, and Frank Cimino 246-680.
 Aubrey Periera 279
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Aubrey Periera led the scoring inthe Wednesday Senior DoublesLeague firing a high game of 279.John Khantzain shot 257-245-707, Jerry George 246, Tom Saitta225, and Richie Franklin and EdFrontera 223.
 Steve Palopopi 279
ROCKVILLE, CENTRE, NY – Steve Palopopi topped the scoringin the Monday RVC 4-ManClassic League firing games of 245-248-279 for a high series of 772.Dave Smollett shot 267-265-740, Sunil Kochar 276-236-735,Gary Robertson 268-255-735,Len Ambruso 268-232-722,Matthew Rose 279-238, Nick DiLauro 276, Bill Koste 257-225-234-716, and Al Scorcia and AndySchmid 256.In the Sunday Adult/ChildDoubles League Pat Zenker shot235, Mike Bukovsky 227-213,Santo DiSciafani 226, Patrick Bukovsky 221-220, and BarbaraMigliorino 217-206.
AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
 Mike Hanlein 290
MADISON, NJ - Mike Hanlein blasted a high game of 290 in theFriday Classic League.Mike Yoboud shot 288-726, PeteDabbelear 269, Joe Parisi 739, andDonna Badolato 223.In the Ladies League ElaineWilson shot 218 and Karen
 Reinacher 204.
Rich Lisiecki, Mike Stoyko 276MADISON, NJ – Rich Lisieckiand Mike Stoyko each blasted ahigh game of 276 in the CMILLeague.Chris Minch shot 695, andJennifer Dunklin 220.Dan Pridham shot 224, and DonPrisco 215 in the Tuesday 400Doubles League.In the Pharma Plus League RichKerstead hit 220 and Dan Smith205.
 Ben Geffken 726 
MADISON, NJ – Ben Geffkentopped the scoring in theWednesday Trio League firing ahigh game of 269 and a high seriesof 726.Jim Rave hit 248, Jon Russo 244-706, Greg Havas 672, andStephanie Rahn 233.In the Thursdau Mixed LeagueBill Phair shot 236, ThomasLitland 220 and Jim Sirica 218.
Chris Waller 645
MADISON, NJ – Chris Waller  paced the scoring in theLivingston Business Men’sLeague firing a 228 game for ahigh series of 645.Steve Payne, Victor Pitra, JohnGuido, and Al Klein each rolled222.In the Monday Night LadiesLeague Jodi Belli hit 189, andDiane Pallante 183.
 Ian Lerner 680
MADISON, NJ – Ian Lerner  paced the scoring in the Police &Fire League firing a 253 game for a high series of 680.Joseph Tyson shot 257-661,Thomas Litland 245, ClorindaLandi 257-672, and TommyMagers 650.
 Michael Mello 223
MADISON, NJ – Michael Melloshot 223, Chris Moran 211, andJack Vander Meulen 206 in theJunior/Major Breakfast ClubLeague.Zachary Linder led the BantamPrep Breakfast Club League with161, followed by Charlie Glunk with 140.Jack VanDer Meulen shot 221,Curtis Kyzima 211, and MichaelMello and Evan Weinberg 204 inthe Junior/Major Breakfast ClubLeague.
PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
By Vince Albrecht
MONTVALE, NJ - If bowling pins could talk, they’d demand hazardousduty pay when facing all-state high school kegler Jake Rollins; when hereleases his explosive ball, the maples scatter like bugs running from a canof Raid. In this week’s Stan Niemiec Youth League session, the Glen Rock senior fired games of 244-234-246-724 in leading his Fair Lawn quartet toa hard-earned 2860-2800 victory over Bowler City III, garnering five pointsin the process. Buoyed by their talented anchor, the Fair Lawn players stepped up their game as well. Matt Myers posted a stellar 225, Hassan Izzard 188 and in hisfirst appearance of the season, 12-year-old Hunter Perry tallied scores of 185-187. The BC III squad wasn’t intimidated, hanging tough in splittingthe first two games before slipping somewhat in the finale. Bergenfield jun-ior Greg Khan parlayed his two-hand delivery into a pair of deuces, 204-213; Teaneck senior Dana-Marie Laloo, last year’s Bergen County GirlsTournament Champion, added games of 180-177 while Alijah Jackson and Nathan Tombo chipped in with scores of 170 and 168 respectively.Holiday coasted into first, displacing Montvale at the top in a well-playedmatch, 2813-2735. Indian Hills’ sophomore Alex McGuire paced the win-ners with solid scores of 197-193-205-595 while 13-year-old brother Ryanclosed with a sterling 222. Anchor Nick Cilento stroked 195-193 and new-comer Jonathon Mormondo a 181. Sparking Montvale were Matt Russell226-188, Tappan Zee senior Jessica Torres with a consistent 576 set andKatie Didonato a 185.Boonton’s big second game triumph 983-923 earned them three points intheir tough match against Bowler City I. The Kattermann brothers returnedafter a two-week layoff, carrying Boonton with huge threesomes: Karl hadthe afternoon’s second highest set with 222-230-194-646 and Erik, his sec-ond “600+” in as many outings: 187-196-221-604. Also helping Boontonwere Peter Hancock with 169 and Randy Devitt a 155. Tops for BC I wereJonMikal Sepero 203-191 and Vinny Santoro 204.Rounding out the session’s matches, Bowler City II rode recently-turned14-year-old George Held’s 203-574 with ample support from mates’Brittany Hovan 191-186, Joseph Biondi 191-180 and Alex Vorhees 185-184, to a three-game sweep of Lodi whose best was Chris Navarro’s 215-191 and Avery Brown’s 179.
Jake Rollins’ 724 Tops Montvale inStan Niemiec Youth League
 Alex Vilardi 26
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Alex Vilardi led the scoring inthe Sat. Scholarship League fir-ing a high game of 267.Tarik Zephrine rolled 257-234-660, Adam Glickman 228-228-649, Gregory Schultz 221,Tom Sullivan 203, and ChrisJohnson and Omar James, Jr.201.Adam Malave shot 226, andRamon DeLeon, Jr. 225 in theSunday Adult/Child League.In the Tuesday Koffee KatsLeague Sondra Crumell shot235, and Lori Flacks 205.
 Patitucci 268
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Steve Patitucci led the Friday Night Mixed firing a high of 268.Al Doerrer hit 265-243-694,James Klein 264-234-665, EdRasa 247-222-235-704, JohnLaBau 243-232, Kevin Gracey242, Gary Warner 238-224,Christina Kenny 242-215.
Vicky Lockwood 245
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Vicky Lockwood paced the scor-ing in the Tuesday Ladies Leaguefiring a high game of 245.Gloria Belmonte shot 237-206,Stacy Salomides 222, and RoseMarie Yampiro 210.

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