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WALLINGTON, NJ - A very

exciting night high scores were
endless in the Bud Light Tuesday
4-Man at AMF Wallington Lanes
as Tom Twist posted a 300 earning
him another pin on the wall of
fame.
Jeremy Rybak rolled a 290 fol-
lowed by Bruce Radigan 279
along with Travis Komar, AJ
Johnson had a very nice game of
278 his highest yet, Jason Rybak
also had a 278, Rich Graf 268, Jae
Kim 267, Ulises Medrano,
Johnathan Norcia , Jeremy Rybak
and Steve Shin all rolled 257.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Down by more than 30
pins halfway through the title match, Lennie
Boresch Jr. of Kenosha, Wis., came back to win the
PBA50 Miller High Life Classic presented by
Columbia 300 by one pin Wednesday at George
Pappas’ Victory Lanes.
Boresch won his second career PBA50 Tour title
by defeating Mike Henry of Brunswick, Ohio, 211-
210, in the title match. In 2012 Boresch won in his
PBA50 Tour debut capturing the Senior Sun Bowl
In The Villages title.
After Boresch made his run to take the lead head-
ing into the 10th frame, Henry still had a chance to
win by throwing a double in the 10th frame. He got
the first strike but threw a seven count on the second
ball handing the win to Boresch.
“I figured I was done but then Mike threw a bad
shot and then I started thinking, well, you never know
what can happen.” Boresch said. “It was kind of early
in the match and I looked up at the scoring monitor
and saw I could strike out for 232. I didn’t strike out
but I put enough strikes together to put a little pres-
sure on Mike.”
It marked the second week in a row that the title
match was decided by one pin. Hall of Famer Tom
Baker defeated Bryan Goebel 227-226 to win last
week’s Greater Birmingham Open.
“I thought Mike would get that double in the 10th
frame after he got the first one because he was gener-
ally bowling pretty well,” Boresch added. “You just
never know in this game.”
Henry, who was also trying for his second career
PBA50 Tour title, was hoping to end a three-season
winless streak dating back to 2010 when he won the
Senior Lake County (Ind.) Open.
Boresch’s win was a confidence builder after a slow
start to the season and having thoughts about taking
this week off to work on his game.
“I’ll be honest I had some work to do,” Boresch
said. “I thought about taking this tournament off and
coming back home to work on my game but then I
decided after bowling a little better in the second
tournament of the season I could maybe work
through it and that’s what happened. It’s nice to win
again and not have to worry that you’ll be a one-hit
wonder.”
In the semifinal, Boresch defeated seven-time PBA
Tour and three-time PBA50 Tour winner Hugh Miller
of Seattle, 205-191, and Henry defeated Dale Csuhta
of Wadsworth, Ohio, 241-138, to advance to the title
match.
Boresch’s win makes it four different winners in the
first four tournaments of the season.
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CORAM, NY - Anthony
Mascioli, a 190 average bowler,
rolled 12 in-a-row for his first
career 300 game and Bryan
Evans has done it twice in the just
a few weeks and Evans tallied an
811 set in this last session of the
Tuesday Night Men’s League.
Anthony Mascioli, Bryan Evans 300
At Coram Country Lanes
Lennie Boresch Jr. Captures PBA50 Miller High Life Classic
By Jerry Schneider - PBA
FARMINGDALE, NY - William
Code bowled a 300 on the
Wednesday Late Men’s Handicap
League at Farmingdale Lanes.
Rob Marino and Kerrick Jones
each tossed a 289 game in the
Thursday 3-man, and Gary Schack
hit 285.
On the Youth Side the Girls are
ruling with Carly Licht bowling a
207-232-275, 714 series, Emily
McLaughlin 267-233-691 and
Meghan Wing bowled a 261 all on
the St. Martin's Majors.
PBA photo
PBA Champion Boresch Lennie Jr.(center) with Victory
Lanes prorietor George Pappas(L) and center manager
Paul Kreins.
MONTVALE, NJ – Ray Keim
earned high game and set honors in
the Montvale Majors with a 300
game and a 787 series at Montvale
Lanes, Bob Higgins followed with
a 279 game in his 732 set.
Mark Navarro rolled 267-730,
Bob Greenwood 257-727, Dave
Hulsizer 275-722, Jeff Schuster
258-718, Dennis Hanowitz 269-
708, Tom Vanwort 685, Ramil
Caburnay 685, Rich Puzzutti 684,
Jun Roldal 684, Joe Alfano 681,
Matt Rovetto 679, John Rankin Jr.
675, Sara Rankin 667, Larry Toppin
666, Gerrit Overreem 662, Andrew
Hedaria 660, Kevin Conroy 657,
Dennis O'Flaherty 656, Mike
Rovetto 655, Tom Piret 654, Jeff
Rovetto 653, Greg Eckstein 652,
Sam Reiner 650, Arnie Komet 649,
Tony Mascio 648, Joe Cauwels
648, Chris Jachens 641, and Keith
Krokus 640.
OAKLAND, NJ – Jim Ketterer
earned top honors in the
Ridgewood-Pompton Men’s
League at Holiday Bowl tossing a
pair of 279 games then adding a 242
for the session high series of 800.
Rob Cahoon rolled high with 260-
268-258-786 followed by Harry
Fivehouse rolling 248-257-258-763,
Dave Francesconi 267-246-748,
Kevin Ryan 248-235-698, and
Vinny Ptak hit 256-238-694.
Jim Ketterer 800 at Holiday Bowl
William Code 300 at Farmingdale
Ray Keim 300 in Montvale Major
By Robert Balzarek
2013 USBC Convention Comes to a Close
By Terry Bigham - USBC
RENO, Nev. - The 2013 United States Bowling
Congress Convention and Annual Meeting concluded
Friday with delegates electing four board members
and deciding 11 legislative proposals involving
changes to USBC bylaws, league rules and tourna-
ment rules.
The three-day event, held at the Silver Legacy
Resort, featured workshops and exhibits for dele-
gates, in addition to the Annual Meeting that includ-
ed awards presentations, board elections and voting
on legislative proposals.
Re-elected to the USBC Board of Directors were
Michael Italia of Warrington, Pa., and Mark Martin of
Waterford, Mich., and they will be joined on the
board by newcomers Anthony Colangelo of
Helmetta, N.J., and Jan Schmidt of Hales Corners,
Wis. They will begin their three-year terms on Aug.
1, 2013.
See CONVENTION Page 3
Tom Twist 300 at Wallington Lanes
By Gloria Volpe
2 SPORTS REPORTER May 15 - 21, 2013
MILWAUKEE – The Professional
Bowlers Association has unveiled
three distinct new lane condition-
ing patterns that will debut during
the GEICO PBA Summer Swing
in the Milwaukee area May 20-
June 2, expanding the PBA’s cur-
rent library of “animal pattern”
lane conditions.
The new lane conditioning pat-
terns, named the Badger, Wolf and
Bear, are a continuation of the ani-
mal pattern theme the PBA intro-
duced in 2005 to not only test the
versatility of the players and
demonstrate the variety of scoring
challenges PBA players face, but
to give PBA members, grassroots
league bowlers and fans an easier
way to identify specific types of
conditions.
The Badger will be the longest
animal pattern ever (52 feet).
Conversely, the Wolf will be the
shortest animal pattern ever (32
feet). The Bear will be a flat pat-
tern of medium length (40 feet),
similar to what has been used at
the U.S. Open in recent years and
characterized as the most difficult
test in professional bowling.
The way lane oil is applied (in
shape and volume) to the 60-foot
playing surface of a lane is a
strong factor in the scoring pace of
a professional bowling tourna-
ment, testing the skills necessary
for success and the strategic
approach the players must take.
"We listened to players and fans
looking for more diversity in our
lane maintenance program and
have developed patterns that will
give everyone fresh looks," said
PBA Commissioner Tom Clark.
"These new animal patterns have
dramatically different, uniquely
challenging characteristics."
The original animal pattern sys-
tem, featuring the Chameleon,
Cheetah, Scorpion, Shark and
Viper patterns, eventually became
the foundation for the PBA
Experience League program
which allows grassroots United
States Bowling Congress league
bowlers across America a chance
to bowl on the same lane condi-
tions PBA players compete on in
national and regional tournaments.
The original animal patterns will
be used again at this fall's PBA
World Series of Bowling V in Las
Vegas.
All eight animal patterns, in
addition to PBA major tournament
patterns, will be used and avail-
able for future PBA national,
PBA50 and PBA regional tourna-
ments plus PBA Experience
league play. All of the new pat-
terns are USBC Sport Bowling-
compliant, which generally means
flatter ratios of oil across the lane
and demanding more precision by
players than on more typical
"house" conditions found in bowl-
ing.
Clark said there was a lot of syn-
ergy in debuting the new PBA pat-
terns at the upcoming GEICO
Summer Swing in Milwaukee.
The Swing features four events in
three different bowling centers
and will be the first time the PBA
airs on the CBS Sports Network.
"The best players in the world
will develop fresh strategies to
attack the lanes and fans will be
entertained by the results," Clark
said.
The Badger condition will be
applied on the wood-based lane
surfaces at AMF Waukesha in
Waukesha for the qualifying and
match play rounds for the PBA
Badger Open, May 20-21. The
Wolf condition will be applied to
the synthetic lanes at AMF West in
Milwaukee for the PBA Wolf
Open, May 23-24. The Bear con-
dition will be used on synthetic
lanes at AMF Bowlero in
Wauwatosa for the PBA Bear
Open May 27-28.
A combination of the three pat-
terns will be used for the culmi-
nating PBA Milwaukee Open. The
“cashers” round, featuring the top
qualifiers based on total pins from
the three previous events, will
employ the Bear pattern. The three
subsequent match play rounds will
feature the Bear, Wolf and Badger
patterns, respectively. Whoever is
high qualifier for the PBA
Milwaukee Open stepladder finals
will select the pattern for the TV
finals. Five TV shows (including
the special GEICO King of The
Swing event) will be taped June 1-
2 at Bowlero for airing on consec-
utive Tuesdays at 7 p.m. ET begin-
ning June 11 on the CBS Sports
Network.
The PBA's online bowling chan-
nel Xtra Frame will have live cov-
erage of every GEICO Summer
Swing event's qualifying and
match play portions.
A complete description of the
new animal patterns, along with
graphs illustrating how oil is
applied for each pattern for PBA
members, will be available on
pba.com under the “resources”
tab. Along with the new patterns,
the PBA has created a new series
of animal pattern logos which will
be used in conjunction with each
pattern.
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By Bill Vint - PBA
May 15 - 21, 2013 SPORTS REPORTER 3
Each of the four board members elected Friday were selected on the
first ballot. Candidates needed a majority of the 864 voting delegates.
Colangelo led the way with 489 votes, followed by Martin (484), Italia
(458) and Schmidt (446). Also on the ballot were Barbara Council-
Armstead of Philadelphia, Karl Kielich of El Paso, Texas, Scott
Zeidman of Culver City, Calif., and Duane Ensign of Wichita, Kan.
Andrew Cain of Phoenix, the current USBC president, recently was re-
elected by the Athletes Advisory Council to continue to serve on the
board. The athletes also elected three-time Team USA member Mike
Fagan of Dallas to replace Wendy Macpherson, who did not seek re-
election.
The 864 voting delegates (835 delegates, six athletes and 23 board
members) also voted on eight proposals relating to USBC bylaws (one
proposal was withdrawn), one proposal relating to league rules, and two
proposals related to tournament rules during the legislative session.
USBC bylaws proposals required a two-thirds majority to pass; league
rules and tournament rules required a majority vote.
Six proposals (one tournament rule and five USBC bylaws) were
accepted while five proposals were rejected. Among those rejected was
a USBC bylaw proposal to eliminate the maximum restriction on local
dues and allow local boards to determine the dues.
USBC once again generated significant financial support for charity.
The Bowlers to Veterans Link recognized associations for their contri-
butions during the 2011-2012 season. California led state associations
with a $142,187.02 contribution, while Citrus Belt (Calif.) and
Minneapolis led local associations $21,321.30 and $17,375, respective-
ly. More than 350 local associations participated in the 2011-12
fundraising effort. Go to bowlforveterans.org for more information on
BVL.
USBC Bowl for the Cure made a donation of $844,924.70 to Susan G.
Komen For The Cure. In addition to the support of local and state asso-
ciations, USBC Bowl for the Cure had the most successful online dona-
tion and merchandising campaign in its program history, generating
more than $102,000 in online transactions.
CONVENTION
Continued from page 1
League Rules (majority needed)
Amendment No. LR 1 - Rejected (228
approve, 586 reject) Rule 104a. Team
Captain's Authority Requires a team
captain to furnish a removed member,
as well as league board, good and suffi-
cient cause for removal of said member.
Tournament Rules (majority need-
ed) Amendment No. TR 1 - Accepted
(719 approve, 95 reject) Rule 308.
Distribution of Prize Funds Requires
rules for distribution of special prizes
to be included in the tournament rules
and if not, Rule 308 applies.
Amendment No. TR 2 - Rejected
(138 approve, 678 reject) Rule 319a.
Conditions that Apply Allows for tour-
naments to have a rule allowing indi-
viduals who bowl with both hands to
choose which hand they are going to
use and all average information sub-
mitted will be for that hand.
Bylaws (two-thirds vote needed)
Amendment No. B 1 - Withdrawn
USBC National Bylaws Article II,
Purposes Section B, Chartering State
and Local Bowling Associations
Clarifies what a charter refers to.
Amendment No. B 2 - Accepted
(767 approve, 44 reject) USBC
National Bylaws Article IV, Board of
Directors Section A, Eligibility and
Composition Requires a director to
maintain eligibility throughout his/her
term.
Amendment No. B 3 - Rejected (355
approve, 458 reject) USBC National
Bylaws Article IV, Board of Directors
Section A, Eligibility and
Composition Establishes maximum
number of directors.
Amendment No. B 4 - Accepted
(608 approve, 207 reject) USBC
National Bylaws Article IV, Board of
Directors Section A, Eligibility and
Composition Provides the USBC
Board and the Youth Committee the
option of having a Youth Ambassador
Director.
Amendment No. B 5 - Rejected (200
approve, 619 reject) USBC National
Bylaws Article IV, Board of Directors
Section C, Terms Removes the nine-
year maximum for term limits on the
national board.
Amendment No. B 6 - Accepted
(592 approve, 224 reject) USBC
National Bylaws Article IV, Board
of Directors Section E, Authority
and Duties, Item 9 and Item 14
Allows the USBC Board to adopt
the General Playing Rules.
Amendment No. B 7 - Rejected
(533 approve, 281 reject) USBC
National Bylaws Article VI,
Meetings Section A, Annual
Meeting, Item 4b USBC Local
Bylaws Article V, Board of
Directors Section A, Board
Composition, Authority and Duties
Removes the maximum restriction
on local dues and allows for the
local board to determine the dues.
Amendment No. B 8 - Accepted
(785 approve, 26 reject) USBC
National Bylaws Article VI,
Meetings Section A, Annual
Meeting, Item 7 Requires all voting
to be done in person by an eligible
Delegate.
Amendment No. B 9 - Accepted
(606 approve, 212 reject) USBC
Merged State & Local Bylaws
Article III, Nonprofit Corporation
and Charter Section C, Association
Dissolution Requires an association
to transfer assets to the association
servicing their members, within 30
days of dissolution.
RESULTS OF 2013 USBC ANNUAL MEETING LEGISLATIVE SESSION
4 SPORTS REPORTER May 15 - 21, 2013
Kevin Masick 767
FARMINGDALE, NY – Kevin Masick topped the
scoring in the Monday Night Fourplay League firing
games of 247-278-242 for a high 767 series.
Kyle Duefee shot 266-238-705, Brian Beale 265,
Pete Daly 227-223-246-696, Sam Combs 246-233-
223-702, and Shari Kessler 233-223-216-672.
Brian Beale 719
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brian Beale led the scor-
ing in the Thursday Good Timers League firing
games of 258-247 for a high series of 719.
Dale Alberino rolled 255-226-697, Mike Bagnato
246-224-663, Pat Berardino 245-201-645, and Mike
Herman 237-216-214-667.
Kerrick Jones 288
FARMINGDALE, NY – Kerrick Jones topped the
scoring in the Tuesday Early Birds League firing a
high game of 288.
Bob Andrews rolled 266, Leroy Williams 259,
Carmelo Pluchino 258, Ed Conlon 225-235-258-718,
and Robert Bucko 245-706.
James Prince shot 215 and Rosie Snyder 212 in the
Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship League.
In the Friday Sunshine Kids League Joan Healey
rolled 189, Paul Kester 188, and Bill Platania 180.
Kristie Testa shot 199-184, Michael Droshin 186,
Mike Coakley 181, and Elizabeth Simmons 180 in
the Saturday Junior Scholarship League.
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6 SPORTS REPORTER May 15 - 21, 2013
Tuesday Early 5-Man
Nice game by Tony Amello with a 299 and 741 series, Fred O
Callaghan right
Behind with his 290, Jerry Ramirez 277, Tom Twist 268, Jim Patti Sr.
and Toto Jowono , Joe Leardo Jr. 259, Doug Weiler back in the action
with his 258.
Bud Light Tuesday 4-Man
Some very nice scores in this league with Gary Vicente, Joe Leardo Jr.
and Jerry Ramirez all shooting 289, Gabriel Tineo 286, Johnathan
Noreia 279, John Jawor 276-734, Victor Mendoza 268, Bob Kozma 268,
Tony Rigano 266, Gary Edna 266, Tom Twist 259, There were a lot of
258’s with Artie Rosalsky who recently celebrated his 70th Birthday,
along with our own Louis Rondon and Ed Penafiel.
G&L Friday Night Mixed
Jason Fistunenko ‘s 269 was the high game of the night followed by
Nino Ponanco 267, John McKee 266, Brian Wellenheider 256, Todd
Rozza 249, Dave Cicero 247, for the Ladies Andrea White 234, and
Donna Bagarazzi 223.
From The Senior Leagues
James Hines leading the pack with his 236-215-626, Dennis Nieradka
231-221-648, Walt Taormina Sr. 225-216-203-644, and Genevieve
Worotnik hit 213. WTG Seniors.
Livia Spalluto Tops Ocean Juniors
LAKEWOOD, NJ - Livia Spalluto shot 177-164 In the Saturday Pin
Hitters League at Ocean Lanes.
Joey Tedesco bowled 177 followed by Angel Gonzalez with 159,
Anthony Tedesco 134, Kailee Ryan and Michael Schamber 136.
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By Gloria Volpe
Jillian Stuart 269
At Ocean Lanes
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Jillian Stuart
led all competition in the Saturday
Junior Classic League at Ocean
Lanes firing a high game of 269.
Austin Daddato shot 266, Vicky
Spirio 223, John Boughton 216,
Billy Riley 214, Jamie Walliker
211, Brandon Walsh and Cathy
Jones 199, Dylan Wolfe 198,
Kamerin Peters 197, Chris
Swindell and Alec Hehir 193, and
Bradley Aumann bowled a 192.
In the Saturday Pin Hitters
League Livia Spalluto shot 157,
Angel Gonzalez 156, Joey
Tedesco 149, Caylin Ryan and
Frankie Billero 142.
May 15 - 21, 2013 SPORTS REPORTER 7
AT PLAZA
Mike Stoyko 268
MADISON, NJ – Mike Stoyko
paced the scoring in the CMIL
League firing a high game of 268.
Ben Geffken shot 716, and
Jennifer Dunklin 236-672.
Charles Wilfong 264
MADISON, NJ – Charles Wilfong
shot 264, Travis Wilfong 226, Jim
Sirica 224, Bette Simmons 209,
Diane Sinclair 206, and Karen
Swartz 205 in the Thursday Mixed
League.
In the Ladies League Liz
McKissock shot 213, Heather
Sweeney 206, and Karen
Reinacher 203.
Don Prisco 256
MADISON, NJ – In the Tuesday
400 Doubles League Don Prisco
shot 256, Dave Hanft 220, and Joe
Fosko 213.
Chris Waller rolled 224, Jim
Dresch 221, and Billy Piccola 219
in the Livingston Business Men.
ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Eddie Norton 290 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY - Eddie Norton rolled 290-258-759 in the Sunday
AM Trios at South Levittown Lanes.
Gary Medina hit 280, Nick Lambardi 278-721, Chris Goss 269-257-
782, Swifty Catapano 266, Robert Spann 260, and Kevin Falcone 258.
Morris Hills Mixed: Bill Hamilton 198-514, Barry Webb 196-510,
Rita McKoy 179-466, Grace McDermott 177-403.
Rockaway Foursome: Joe Serico 268-684, Gary Malone 246-657,
Liesl Apgar 253-690, Liza Dinaplie 233-563.
PBA Experience – bowled on changing PBA lane conditions: Gary
Malone 234, Joseph Caloger 221, Vurt Fraizer 207, Liesl Apgar 216,
Bill Coleman 206.
NorBu Lodge: Jim Westergaard 269-638, Bill Karpack 267-695,
Andy Boyd 255, Stacey titus 220-561, Marie Vantreuren 199, Maryann
Abasto 181.
Thursday Nite Mixed: Bob Minard 277-728, Tim Panek 258-657,
Mike Wheeler 237-648, Lynn Coleman 201-576, Nidia Haneveld 194-
557, Lee Ann Mackin 190-502.
Lake Hiawatha A.C.: Jim Westergaard 268-718, Joseph Albensi Jr. 267-
690, Jay McGrath 257, Mike Tedesco 256, Maryann Abasto 185-503.
Rockaway Mixed: Glen Malmstone 279-697, Jim Testa 257-709, Bill
Coleman 253-688, Donna Sodano 245-628, Nichole Malsom 245-635,
Keri May 245-684.
Friday Nite Mens: Ken George 257-725, Steven Haneveld 257-693,
Ed Galuska 248-698.
Junior Leagues
Weekend Warriors: Nicholas Thiese 187-485, Benjamin Cruz 125-321,
Ben Miller 121-345, Emma Wright 164-432, Carlyssa Leigh 147-427.
.Gutter Busters (2 games): Chelsey Cruz 66-127.
8 SPORTS REPORTER May 15 - 21, 2013
Bill Smith 779
HOPELAWN, NJ – Bill Smith led the scoring in the His & Hers League
firing games of 267-226-286 for a high series of 779.
Dennis Decrosta shot 277-237-662, Bonnie Desimone 213-227-212-
652, Cyndi Bolesta 234-225-647, and Tom Poulos 222-204-210-636.
Rocco Fortunato 760
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rococ Fortunato led the Middlesex County Classic
with 234-279-247 for a 760 high set.
Joe Lampariello rolled 214-286-246-746, Anselmo Roque 243-267-215-
725, Glenn Mohr Jr. 236-260-228-724, Andy Polidura 268-231-223-722,
and Ron Caggiano 206-248-256-710.
In the Nulty Knockers League Cyndi Fregoni rolled 210-216.
Richard Funk III 721
HOPELAWN, NJ - Richard Funk III led the scoring in the Friday Nite
Mixed League firing games of 226-236-259 for a high series of 721.
Angelito Rondena shot 266-214-674, Joey Thurston 258-216-667, and
Melissa Hertenberger 226.
Don E. Hellhake 719
HOPELAWN, NJ – Don E. Hellhake led the scoring in the Thursday
Mixed Nuts League firing games of 257-246-216 for a high series of 719.
Kevin Kennelly shot 231-214-230-675, Mike P. Kennelly 217-207-609,
and Amanda Kertesz 207.
Rich Nieratka 708
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rich Nieratka led the scoring in the
Sunday Nite Mixed League firing games of 246-208-254
for a high series of 708.
Aaron Williams shot 246-205-225-676, Ryan Poli 205-
244-220-669, and Mike Acevedo 223.
Anthony Martino 700
HOPELAWN, NJ - Anthony Martino topped the scoring in
the Madison Park Men’s League firing 240-216-244-695.
Joe Herber rolled 223-213-235-681, Andrew Tripka 228-
257-678, Michael Brus III 248-206-223-677, and Jeff
Scire 231-225-221-677.
Robert McCracken 695
HOPELAWN, NJ – Robert McCracken topped the scoring
in the Merck League firing games of 217-278-200 for a
high series of 695.
Tu Trins shot 226, Anthony Scudari 225, Debbie
Ewanciew 224, and John Halliday 223.
Robin Scordato 694
HOPELAWN, NJ – Robin Scordato led the scoring in the
Academy Madness League firing games of 233-290 for a
high series of 694.
Dan DeBenedetto rolled 247-216-221-684, Don Anione
233-226-209-668, Bob White 220-202-220-642, and Mary
Ellen Oehler 236.
In the Ban League John Sidorko shot 210.
Dan Pawelek 683
HOPELAWN, NJ – Dan Pawelek paced the scoring in the
Family League firing games of 236-277 for a high series of
683.
Sal Angotti shot 201-256-226-683, Chet Gurbusz 211-
269-670, Kevin Kopko 238-236-669, and Anthony Angotti
201-215-606.
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
Majestic Lanes
525 Route 9 North, Hopelawn, NJ 08861
SUMMER LEAGUES FEATURING:

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Bowling on a different PBA shot each week
16 weeks, $30 per week - Starting May 15
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$2,000 First Place
(Based on 60 bowlers)
The last night of bowling the top 5 bowlers bowl for
an extra $500 on the US open Shot!

Monday Budweiser “MAIN EVENT”
Handicap - 8:00 p.m. - Starting June 3rd
$5,000.00 First Place
(Based on 20 teams)

Tuesday 400 Handicap Doubles
8:00 p.m. Starting June 4
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$3,000.00 First Place
(Based on 30 teams)


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Handicap – 7:00 p.m. Starts June 20th
$15.00 per week - 10 weeks of bowling
4 Bowlers Per Team!
3 FREE GAMES EVERY WEEK!
Sponsored by MILLER LITE
(EACH WEEK PIZZA PIE AND A PITCHER OF MILLER LITE)
(Must be 21-years or older to drink alcohol)



Thursday Performance Ball Trios
Everyone receives the ball of your choice
8:00 p.m. - $23.00 per week - Starts MAY 23
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Wednesday Night
Guys and Dolls Mixed
Handicap - 6:30 p.m. Starts May 15th
4 BOWLERS PER TEAM!

Thursday and Sunday Nights
All You Can Bowl
8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. - Only $10.00 per person

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MEN’S – WOMEN’S - CHILD/ADULT
Also Accepting Team and League Reservations for 2012/2013 Season
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JIB LANES
Friends and Family:
Arthur O'Connor 279
Earl Chaplin 278-765
Nathaniel Barton !!! 269
Showtime Hanley 267
Lil man Putt Wilder 300
Silk Nixon 267
Hector Comacho 746
Betty Loyd 693
Friday Hi-Roller
Brett Lee 298-753
Steve Amarosa 776
Quentin Collins 288
Paul Buamann jr 279
Lou DeMartino 277
Don Griffith 737
Junior Handicap:
Audrey McCarthy 288
William Brown 259
Bobby Fox 222
Chris Cadet 201
Jarret McMillian 268
WANTED
Junior Program Director
CIRCLE LANES
1113 Route 46, Ledgewood, NJ 07852
Must be a USBC certified coach
At least a Bronze level preferred
Must have experience with forming and running a league
Current programs run Saturday mornings and
Monday through Fridays after school.
Questions??
Call Keith at 973-584-8600
Joe Leardo Jr. 736 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Joe Leardo Jr. led all pin attackers bowling
247-246-243 for a strong 736 series in the Wednesday, Teterboro
Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes.
Jim Viola rolled 269-699, Rich DeLorenzo Jr. 258-652, and Karim
Staine 279-650.

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