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May 7 - 13, 2014 Sports Reporter

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By Gloria Volpe
WALLINGTON, NJ - another exciting night for the Tuesday BudLight 4-Man league at AMFWallington Lanes with three more perfect games rolled. The first one by none other than Tom Twist, itwas very exciting because his 4year old daughter Victoria wasthere to see her dad bowl a 300 for the first time. Also Bruce Radigan deserves aspecial recognition for posting hisfirst 300 game in 50 years of  bowling. Then there was TJValentin who also shot 300 andthere was a near miss by TonyD’Angelo with his 296 game.
Joe Parisi 300 at Plaza Lanes
FARMINGDALE, NY – JeremySchaffer topped the scoring in theThursday 3-Man League atFarmingdale Lanes firing 300-259for a high series of 771.Mark Monfoletto rolled 279-253-744, Frankie Berardino 258-257-732, Michael Berardino 258-256-730, Dan Levin 277-245-731, JoeVenezia 279-231.
OAKLAND, NJ – Don Heller earned top honors in the SalMarino Classic League at HolidayBowl firing games of 300-244-233for a high series of 777.Dave Ritter rolled 269-257-771,Shawn Aiello 289-258-761, ChipJones 267-740, Sal Marino 257-245-746, Brian Dodd 289-724,Joey Jones 289-722, WaltSacharow 268-718, TonyBenvenutti 266-714.
Don Heller 300 at Holiday Bowl
MADISON, NJ – Joe Parisiearned top honors in the FridayClassic League firing a high gameof 300 and a high series of 736.Dave Granitzki shot 257-664,Dorey Badolato, Russ Kyzima,and Donald Bryant 245, MitchWeinberg 665, Donna Badolato233, Lauren Freestone 210 andLiz Viola 204.
Mitch Sacks 300 at Lodi Lanes
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – ChrisLucchese earned top honors in theFriday Night Mixed League atRockville Centre Lanes blastinggames of 300-279-248 for a highseries of 827.Tom Carlay rolled 299, TimO’Brien 290-269-761, Paul Smith258-214-255-727, Joe DiRe 278-230-725, Alex Bogolubsky 268-710, and Nicole Torres 280-219-692.
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Bruce Radigan, TJ Valentin, Tom TwistAll Roll 300 at Wallington LanesJeremy Schaffer 300-771 at Farmingdale
LODI, NJ – Mitch Sacks blastedtwelve-in-a-row for a 300 gamewhile competing in the Monday 4-man Classic at Lodi Lanes. Lisa Friscione flirted with per-fection with eleven strikes in heresecond high of the night 279game.
Chris Lucchese 300-827 at Rockville Centre
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Professional Bowlers AssociationHall of Famer Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., finished the champi-onship match of the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic presented byColumbia 300 with six consecutivestrikes to win his first PBA50 Tour title and did it at George Pappas’Victory Lanes.Overcoming a 4-6-7-8-10 split andopen in the third frame, Bohn defeat-ed fellow Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., 232-229 in thechampionship match. With Weber finishing the match first, Bohn need-ed a double and eight pins in the 10thframe to win but threw three solidstrikes to pull out the victory.“It was a good example of never giving up,” saidBohn, who ranks sixth on the PBA Tour career titleslist with 33 wins. “I trailed the whole game until thelast ball. All you can ask for is an opportunity and Iwas able to take advantage of it.“For the fans, that’s what they come to see,” thetwo-time PBA Player of the Year continued. “In amatch that comes down to the last shot for the title,you can’t ask for much more than that.”Early in the match, Bohn was wrestling with twoissues, struggling with the shot on the left lane andgetting a clean release from the ball he was using.“I was going back and forth between the two ballsI had but finally I just had to go with the one thatwould release off my hand the best,” he said.Bohn’s win came after fifth and fourth-place finish-es in the first two tournaments of the season. He isalso the third consecutive Hall of Famer to win aPBA50 Tour tournament with Amleto Monacelli win-ning the season-opening Pasco County (Fla.) Openand Norm Duke winning last week’sUnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl In The Villages.In the semifinals, Bohn defeated three-time PBA50Tour winner Harry Sullins, 247-224, to advance tothe title match. Weber, who dominated qualifying andwas trying for his third PBA50 Tour title, beat Hall of Famer and four-time PBA50 Player of the Year TomBaker, 189-161.“With the competition out here the way it is, I did-n’t imagine it would happen this early,” Bohn said.“Whenever you bowl another Hall of Famer you haveto bring it all to the table and that’s what I had to dotonight.”
Parker Bohn III Wins PBA50 Miller High Life Classic
For First PBA50 Tour Title
By Jerry Schneider
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PBA50 Miller High Life Classic Champion Bohn Parker III with PaulKreins manager of George Pappas Victory Lanes.
Justin Carroll 300 at Rab’s
STATEN ISLAND, NY – JustinCarroll blasted a 300 game in theRab Wilkinson Memorial Leagueat Rab’s Country Lanes.Frank Wilkinson shot 257-725,Tim McAuliffe 258-724, ScottWalsh 279-693, Dennis Scire 243-692, Tom Clinton 247-676.
The 2014 United States Bowling CongressConvention came to a close last week where dele-gates elected four board members and decided eightlegislative proposals at the Annual Meeting.Current board members Jo Dimond of Columbus,Ohio, Marci Williams of Wichita, Kan., and RobertSpigner of Chicago were elected to the USBC Boardof Directors and will be joined by Karl Kielich of ElPaso, Texas, who served a two-year term on the boardfrom 2011-2013. The board members will begin their three-year terms Aug. 1.Each of the four board members elected were select-ed on the first ballot. Six candidates, each slated bythe USBC Nominating Committee, were on the bal-lot and a candidate needed a majority of the 825 eli-gible voting delegates for election.
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Ray Turton 290-756, Joe Lennox 258, BrianLennox 256, Steve Nordt 256.
Monday Trios:
Ralph Artemisio 279, Bobby Castillo 269, Linda Rose269.
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John Sperone 279, Philip Tumamak - 268-779.
Robert Guzman 252 at Baldwin Lanes
BALDWIN, NY – Robert Guzman topped the scoring in the FreeportEagles Senior League at Baldwin Lanes firing a high game of 252.Jerald Berman hit 248, Richie Carosella 235, Ida Hodges 206, Frank Richardson 203, and Peggy Atkins hit 200.
Matthew Barros 289 at Howell lanes
By John Jennings
HOWELL, NJ - High series went to Rocco Mayo with a 711 on gamesof 249 and 247 and high game went to Matthew Barros 289 with a 709series bowling in the in Guys and Dolls at Howell Lanes.Mark Gollinge hit 696 and Mike Ormsby rolled 280-730, MatthewBarros 276-679, Ashley Chiaramonte 247-235-676 and Cheryl Barkleyhit 244.
Mike Ormsby 744 at Howell Lanes
By John Jennings
HOWELL, NJ - High series went to Mike Ormsby tossing a 744 whileJohn Petraglia, Sr. hit 742 in the Wednesday Scratch Classic at HowellLanes. High game was shot by Don Farmer 289 followed by CaseyCruetz with 268 and Mike Ormbsy’s 267 and 266. Rod Dickson bowled 724, John Morano 709, George Hess 702, DianeJones fired high women’s series and game posting 679-233.
Sean Thomson 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY - Sean Thomson hammered a 300 game whilerolling In the Thursday Charles McShane League at South LevittownLanes and finished the session with a 734 set.Darren Barlow tossed 278-729, Justin Kampf 269, Tom Rizzo 268,Tris Schnarwyler 265-717, Bryan Edelman 265, Joseph Mormando 264-728, Gary Galati 259, Brian Gaide 259, Bill Cascarella 258, Jeff Wakefield 257, Paul Thivierge 717 and Rachel Rosenthal 237.
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By Gloria VolpeMonday Night Trios
 Nice games by Emmanuel Cruz 279-265-756, Nick Mancini 268, GarySemon had a 257-255 with a 716 series. Chris Vitale 256, WillHenkelman 252, Andres Escalante 247, Nino Polanco 246.
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The high game of the night was Andrew Thomas 277-668, Joe LeardoJr. 256-248-780, Bret Contreras was back in action with his 269-665,Kevin Matawa 257, Rich Graf 256 along with Ed Lisi 256-702, DougWeiler 249.
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By Vince Albrecht
HACKENSACK, NJ - What a dif-ference a week makes. Coming off a session in which they had diffi-culty scoring well, the Stan Niemiec youth travelers explodedfor two “700s”, eleven “600s” andthirty-eight deuces on fresh oil atBowler City lanes. RegardingMontvale’s lead-off bowler, 10-year-old Joseph “Hammer”Mahoney, he looks and acts hisage, except when he delivers a bowling ball, after two fine gamesof 194-187, this young dynamohammered [you knew I’d use thatverb, didn’t you?] out a eye-pop- ping 268, giving him 649 for histhreesome. Teammates’ KyleLadewig 190-198 and MattRussell 193 helped, but their efforts weren’t enough to preventMontvale from dropping seven points to a red-hot Bowler City IIquartet, led by Kelley Grippo 227-212, Joe Biondi 215, ArielleWallace 205 and Alex Vorheesanchoring with three 190+ gamesto finish with a 588 set.Bowler City I leapfrogged intosecond place with a dominating842-860-2468 net in sweepingFair Lawn, 3080-2760. JamesKane lifted his average to 210 bymercilessly blitzing the plastic-coats 267-235-246-748, his best,and the league’s second high setthis season. The BC I high rollersalso included Anthony Rizzo 204-201-213-618, Kristen Kane 223-220 and Janina Santoro 201. Fair Lawn put up some decent numbersof its own when Jake Rollins, thisyear’s NJSIAA State Champion,fired 233-199-248-680. MadisonPerry, in this her breakout year,raised her average to just shy of 181 with 211-196 and Matt Myers posted a 213.
Joe Livolsi 638 at Farmingdale Lanes
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Livolsi led the scoring in the FridaySunshine Kids League firing games of 235-206 for a high series of 638at Farmingdale Lanes.Leo Marcotte shot 213 in the Thursday Massapequa Teachers League.Marguerite Lauri rolled 205, Al Noll 193, and Ken Lauri 185 in theMonday Am Seniors League
John Cardinale Blasted 300 At Rockville Centre Lanes
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Cardinale blasted a 300 game in theThursday Mixed League at Rockville Centre Lanes.Charlie Torres shot 289-222, Rick Boremski 279, Teddy Avgerinos278-269-736, Paul Barbuzza 265-743, Teddy Avgerinos 278-269, andRich Jones 266.

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