ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – AlFabiano earned top game and sethonors in the Thursday MixedLeague at Rockville Centre Lanes pitching a 300 and 274 game tofinish with a 789 series.Matt Wright shot 290-211, Rick Boremski 268-215, Steve Lung268-224, Dom Arcuri 264, MelBrown and Jayson Holley 259,John Cardinale 258-247, MikeFalcone 257, Kyle O’Connoe 256,Teddy Avgerinos 255, and MikePenora 252.
LAS VEGAS – Walter Ray WilliamsJr. topped a three-man all-star field towin the inaugural PBA50 Tour Finals, Arizona’s Ben Laughlin wonthe PBA Regional PlayersInvitational Finals, and Florida’sGreg Young repeated as Teen Masterschampion in a television tripleheader that concluded the ProfessionalBowlers Association’s World Seriesof Bowling V at South Point Hotel,Casino and Bowling Center.The unique telecast, showcasing thePBA’s 50-and-older senior program,the stars of its year-long regionaltournament program, and the futurestars of bowling, aired on ESPN.In the PBA50 Tour finals, which featured threePBA Hall of Famers who qualified based on compe-tition points earned during the 2013 PBA50 Tour sea-son, two-time PBA50 Player of the Year Williamsdefeated Venezuela’s Amleto Monacelli, 224-204,after Monacelli eliminated 2013 PBA50 Rookie of the Year Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo.,243-208, in the first match.“The fans had a chance to see three players with a lot of history with theorganization and who had great sea-sons on the PBA50 Tour,” Williams,an Ocala, Fla., resident, said. “Youcan’t get much better than that.”Williams, who won three PBA50Tour titles in 2013, led throughoutthe match before Monacelli made alate charge with a three-bagger head-ing into the 10th frame. ButMonacelli left the 4 pin on his first ball in the 10th and missed the spareto end his chances.“The momentum was going back and forth,” Williams said. “It was going my way witha four-bagger and then I left a 10 pin in the ninthwhich gave Amleto a chance. I was really surprisedwhen he left the 4 pin. If he strikes, the match couldhave gone down to the last ball.”
Walter Ray Williams Jr. Tops Hall-of-Fame Field To Win PBA50 Tour Finals
Ben Laughlin wins PBA Regional Players Invitational Greg Young repeats as Teen Masters champion
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HOWELL, NJ - Mike Fogarty of Assist to Sell led the league with a805-279 moving his team into 5th place. Tony Tesorio of Who’s Nextshot 2nd high series 724 andAnthony Passaretti of Aches NPains 723-279. Joe Horvath onTeam 5 fired a 721 and AnthonyGubitosi Jr. on Assist to Sell 720also paced the Monday nightleague. Emerald Platzer continues pounding the maples with 652-242.
Mike Garrido 300 at FarmingdaleMike Fogarty 805 in Hankel League
HOPELAWN, NJ – RustyThomsen topped the scoring in theGoldstein & Hanel DoublesLeague at Majestic Lanes blastinggames of 300-205-224 for a highseries of 729.Lou Gaudio, Jr. rolled 224-275-224-723, Evan Simon 247-242-685, Ryan Friend 268-206-208-682, Jerrold Fredericks 206-263-671, and Mike Smilowitz 236-225-641.STATEN ISLAND, NY – RobReimann blasted a 300 game inthe Joe Brezinski MemorialLeague at Rab’s Country Lanes.Joe Goodheart shot 267-698,Pete Veniscofski 268-693, GeorgeRodecha 259-671, and LouisMester 672.
Rob Reimann Rolled 300 at Rab’s
FARMINGDALE, NY – MikeGarrido blasted a 300 game in theTuesday Early Birds League atFarmingdale Lanes.Kerrick Jones shot 279-719,Charlie Turner 268-693, MichaelBerardino 268, Garfield Campbell266, Damion Collins 259-258-743, Earl Holden and GerardPannullo 258, and Edward Brownand Fred Catapano 257.
Angel Ramos 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – AngelRamos blasted a 300 game alongwith 245 and 205 for a 750 seriesin the Saturday Nite FriendsLeague at Farmingdale Lanes.Thomas Dorsey s hot 267-233-268-768, Ken Reid 268, AnthonyColetta, Sr. 258, Mark Monroe248, and Rich Valentine 245.ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – JohnMaglio murdered the maples for a300 game and finished with a 722series in the St. Ray’s HolyBowlers League at RockvilleCentre Lanes.Ray Mitchell shot 233, and JohnSchmidt 225.
John Maglio 300 at Rockville Centre
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Nine-year-old Brandon Bohn waspresented with his ChampionshipEagle for winning All Events in theU8 division with a 9 game total of 1339 at the 2013 USBC Youth Open.He also won the singles division witha 503 scratch.Currently averaging 174 in hisFriday night league, Brandon haswon 3 JBT titles, many county titles,and has qualified for Junior Goldcoming up in Buffalo this summer. Brandon pictured with his momLeslie, Joanne Ramsey-PresidentMonmouth County USBC and hisHall of Fame dad, Parker Bohn III.
Brandon Bohn Collects USBC Championship EagleAl Fabiano 300 at Rockville Centre
Champion Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Rusty Thomsen 300 at Majestic