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June 18 - 24, 2014 Sports Reporter

June 18 - 24, 2014 Sports Reporter

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Bill Carreras, Louis DeMartino 300At Rockville Centre LanesPablo Plaza Blasted 300-868 At Parkway Lanes
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Vicky Spirio blasted a 300 game in the SaturdayScratch League at Ocean Lanes.Amber MacLeod shot 268,Amanda Nardiello 258, AngelaKuzma 236, Tori Boughton 235, Nicole Aumack 226, and BrandonWalsh 225.RENO, Nev. - Tracey Stevens of Dunellen, N.J., rolled the first per-fect game of the 2014 United StatesBowling Congress Women'sChampionships during her teamevent at the Reno-SparksConvention Center.The 47-year-old right-hander  became the 21st competitor in the95-year history of the event toachieve the feat. She sandwiched the perfect performance between gamesof 209 and 189 for a 698 series tohelp Dunellen's The Luv Muffinsinto third place in Diamond Teamwith a 2,438 series. Junior TeamUSA Support 1 of Lincoln, Calif., leads with 2,555.Stevens felt the nerves during the final frame butmade sure to stick to her routine. The 44-lane venuedrew quiet as she looked to add her name to therecord books."Going into the 10th was nerve-racking," saidStevens, who made her 18th USBC Women'sChampionships appearance. "I tried to do what I usu-ally do - I wiped my ball, steppedonto the approach and got up thereand threw it. On the last one, it wastoo quiet, so I knew everybody waswatching. I just wanted to get mylegs up to the foul line. I knew I'd beable to throw the ball, but I justwanted to get my legs to the foul lineand stop. I threw it really well andwas really happy with it."Stevens competed at the nearbyUSBC Open Championships prior tolacing up at the RSCC. Although shestruggled at Reno's NationalBowling Stadium, she felt it helpedher get into a rhythm and preparedher for the Women's Championships."It's unbelievable, and I don't even know how toexplain it," said Stevens, who won the New JerseyState Queens in 2013. "It probably won't sink in for acouple of days. It feels wonderful."The first perfect game in Women's Championshipshistory was rolled by Milwaukee's Lori Gensch at the1979 event in Tucson, Ariz.
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Vicky Spirio 300 at Ocean Lanes
By Dennis Hoffman
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – PabloPlaza set the lanes on fire with a 300-268-300 totaling 868 in the FredGowe 555-660 Triples at ParkwayLanes.John Coleman tossed 215-289-274-778, Victor Padilla 199-268-185-723, Steve Tripp 706, Dominick Capozzoli 683, Kevin Defrancesco268, Jim Ross and Ulises Medranoeach rolled a 247 game.
Tracy Stevens Rolls First 300 at 2014 Nationals
By Wishelle Banks and Aaron Smith
- USBCROCKVILLE CTR, NY – BillCarreras and Louis DeMartinoeach blasted a 300 game in theThursday Custom ThumbzDoublez League at RockvilleCentre Lanes. Bill hit 224-300-290-814, and Louis 300-245-771.John Maglio shot 279, Joe Ausitn210-237-277-724, PrincePennington 269-248-700, Frank LaBruyere 267-230-716, MikeChookasezian 265.LEVITTOWN, NY – Shawn Green posted the ses-sion high set with an 814 highlighted by a 300 gameand Nick Filosa also rolled a 300 while coming closewas Ronald J. Broege with a 299 in his 799 all bowl-ing in the Monday Charlie Capp Classic at SouthLevittown LanesRoss Robbins tossed a 290 game followed by RobertExner with a 279 in his 772 set, Bertie Carrington279-749, Chris Ziesig 279-772, Chris Postel 279,Robert Grammarosso 279-733, Frank Locascio 279-746, Anthony D’Elia 269-747, James Nolan 268, JimLizzo 268-735, Russell Cohen 267, Darren Leeds266-725, Frank Montgoris 266-735- Kelly Sullivan267-724, Christina Schultze 267, Vonetta Jolliffe 246, Nadine Williams-Clory 238, Michelle Montgoris 237, Nick Vaccaro 749, and Allan Gross 731.
Nick Filosa 300, Shawn Green 300-814 at South Levittown
SHAWNEE, Okla. – After 11years and 159 tournaments,Ronnie Russell of Marion, Ind.,won his first Professional BowlersAssociation Tour title on U.S. soilat the Grand Casino Resort EventCenter, defeating top qualifier Tommy Jones of Simpsonville,S.C., 234-164, to win the PBABear Open. Russell earned$10,000 for winning.He also claimed a spot in theOklahoma’s Grand Resort CasinoKing of the Swing special eventthat will conclude the Summer Swing. Russell advanced to his first title-match appearance in the U.S.since the 2009 Chameleon Open,where he lost to Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa. He avenged thatloss in the semifinal match whenhe took a 21-pin lead over O’Neill,the No. 2 qualifier, with a string of four strikes early in the game andheld on for a 215-212 victorywhen O’Neill failed to double inthe 10th frame. In the first match, Dick Allen of Columbia, S.C., missed a 3 pin inthe fifth frame to give Rhino Pageof Dade City, Fla., the lead, butAllen followed the missed sparewith a string of five strikes to pullaway to a 234-213 victory.In match two, Allen and Russellwere never more than eight pinsapart and Allen’s spectacular con-version of the 2-8-10 split in theninth frame gave him a chance towin after Russell failed to doublein the 10th frame. Needing a dou- ble to advance, Allen got the firststrike but left a 10 pin on his sec-ond, handing Russell a 195-192decision.
Ronnie Russell Wins PBA Bear Open
By Bill Vint
LAKEWOOD, NJ – In the John NaughtonMemorial Tournament at Ocean Lanes ScratchDivision with boys and girls mixed hosting 35 participants for the first four games on the 39foot sport pattern the top scores were Ken Ryan792, Amber Macleod 786, Matt Russo 778,McKenna Collier 754, Karsyn Lukosius 749,Tori Boughton 735, Sarah Pitcher 720, Amanda Nardiello 711, and Joe Starace 705.Two additional games were bowled and Amber MacLeod led with 1,215, followed by Ken Ryan1,200, Matt Ursso 1, 141, Karsyn Lukosius 1,112, and Amanda Nardiello 1,085. The step lad-der finished with Ken Ryan as the Championfollowed by Amber MacLeod, KarsynLukosius, Matt Russo and Amanda Nardiello.Handicap Division for the boys was Nick Kraft 963 followed by Zach Letts 9240,Cameron Waldhelm 903 and Billy Riley 890.The girls handicap was won by Jennifer Miles939, followed by Victoria Gray 937, Jennier Bisogno 929, and Madison Baracia 892.
Ken Ryan, Nick Kraft, Jennifer Miles Top Youth At Ocean Lanes Tournament
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June 18 - 24, 2014
LAS VEGAS ) - Professional Bowlers AssociationHall of Famer Norm Duke of Clermont, Fla., wonthe Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open presented byDexter to become the first player to win a U.S. Opentitle on both the PBA and PBA50 Tours.The 50-year-old Duke, who is competing as arookie on the PBA50 Tour this season, defeated fel-low Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., 214-174, in the championship match at the SuncoastBowling Center. It was Duke’s first major and sec-ond title of the season winning the UnitedHealthcareSun Bowl In The Villages in April.“Every U.S. Open is a fight the whole way and thiswas no different,” said Duke, who won the PBA Tour U.S. Open in 2008 and 2011. “I’m so physically andmentally drained right now that I’m having troublerecalling what just happened.”Over their careers spanning more than threedecades, both Duke and Weber have won 37 PBATour titles which ranks third on the all-time list.Weber was trying for his third PBA50 Tour title andfirst of the season. In winning PBA50 Rookie of theYear honors in 2013, Weber won two titles includingthe United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters.“Whenever you beat Pete it’s something very spe-cial because you’re beating the best,” said Duke. “Iknew that title match was going to be a struggle untilthe end — he just struggled a little more than I did.”After both players threw nine-spare in the firstframe of the championship match, Weber left the 4-6-7-9-10 split in the second frame which he failed toconvert and never recovered after that. Meanwhile,Duke was able to avoid open frames and strung threeconsecutive strikes in the eighth, ninth and 10thframes to secure the win.“I was trying to throw the ball as straight as possi- ble to take away the splits,” Duke said. “I was satis-fied with 9-spare and was just happy to get a fewstrikes along the way.”The stepladder final began with a match betweenHall of Famers Brian Voss of Alpharetta, Ga., andtwo-time defending Senior U.S. Open championAmleto Monacelli of Venezuela. Voss, who finishedsecond in the 2009 Senior U.S. Open, defeated the52-year-old Monacelli who was trying to become thetournament’s first three-time winner, 263-194.Monacelli, a 19-time PBA Tour winner was tryingfor his fourth PBA50 Tour title and second of theseason.The 55-year-old Voss, who won 25 PBA Tour titles, advanced to the semifinal against Weber butlost his shot and losing the match 193-158.
Nick Pettincki 745 at Howell Lanes
By John Jennings
HOWELL, NJ - Nick Pettincki fired high series in the Hankel Leagueat Howell Lanes posting a 745 on games of 224, 265 and 256, that was58 pins over his average jumping into a tie for 3rd Place.Mike Sheppard hit 711-201-222-288, Anthony Passeretti 278, StuCohen 269, Tony Gubitosi. Sr. 711 (46 pins over average) and MikePisnoy both hit 268, Jeff Warbet 705, and Emerald Platzer tossed 662-244 for high women’s game and set.Andrew Stephens 771MADISON, NJ- Andrew Stephens topped the scoring in the FridayClassic League firing a high game of 276 and a high series of 771.Mike Hanlein shot 269, Pete Caporaso 254-673, Trevor Bogert 663,Patty Hanlein 236-626, and Stephanie Rahn 223.Andrew Stephens 715MADISON, NJ – Andrew Stephens led the scoring in the WednesdayTrio League firing a high game of 277 and a high series of 715.Oren Warter shot 268, Mike Hanlein, Eric Voelsken, and Dan Pridham258, and Sally Lauderdale 219.Mike Hanlein 279MADISON, NJ – Mike Hanlein led the scoring in the CMIL League fir-ing a high game of 279.Joe Paris shot 750, and Kathleen Reilly 223.In the Ladies League Elaine Wilson shot 203, Joyce Brokling 193, andJoan Shiel 191.Joe Marchese 693MADISON, NJ – Joe Marchese led the scoring in the Police & FireLeague firing a high game of 239 and a high series of 693.Ken Kastner shot 232, and Joseph Tyson 228.In the Thursday Mixed League Joe Campanelli shot 211, Bill Phair 210, and Patty Campanelli 201.Woody Wheeler 686MADISON, NJ – Woody Wheeler led the scoring in the LivingstonBusiness Men’s League firing a high game of 267 and a high series of 686.Bob Hannon shot 245-670, Tony Fusco 233, and Greg Vogler 672.In the Monday Night Ladies League Alice Bednarik shot 197, JodiBelli 188, and Karin Sainato 182.Dave Hanft 260MADISON, NJ – Dave Hanft led the scoring in the Tuesday 400Doubles League firing a high game of 260 and a high series of 692.Jimmy Granato shot 233, Frank Fillimon 224, and Emmanuel Kwei653.Mike Neiman shot 211, Chris Moran 207, and Joe Magelsky 204 in theJunior Major Breakfast Club League.
Jose Guzman isParkway King
By Dennis Hoffman
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Christopher Williams was defeat-ed by the current King JoseGuzmanto to keep the crown inParkway Lanes King of the Hill.The event saw 35 contestantswith the top 9 men cut at 675scratch(732 handicap) and topwomen cut was 542 scratch(686handicap). Top 2 Seeds Juan"Alex" Souffrain 805 scratch(853handicap) and Nick Rivera713(773), 3rd Jose Marte698(764), 4th Fred Wande711(756), 5th Idris Edmon706(754), 6th Francisco De LaCruz 670(751), 7th Christopher Williams 700(736), 8th RansomFields 674(734), 9th Tomas Pena675(732), and 10th TiffanyAponte 542(686).
Duke Defeats Weber in Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open
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