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Chris Barnes Is PBA World Champion
By Bill Vint -PBA Media Relations LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, exorcised his television demons upsetting top qualifier Bill O’Neill of Southampton, Pa., 267-237, to win the Professional Bowlers Association World Championship at South Point Bowling Center and become the sixth player in PBA history to complete the sport’s Triple Crown. Along with his 13th career title, the 40-year-old Barnes won a $50,000 first prize. He previously had won the 2005 U.S. Open and the 2006 PBA Tournament of Champions, the other two legs in the PBA Triple Crown. The only other Triple Crown winners are Billy Hardwick, Johnny Petraglia, Pete Weber, Mike Aulby and Norm Duke – all PBA Hall of Famers. Barnes, the No. 4 qualifier, came into the PBA World Championship with a 7-14 record on television in major championships, but he won four consecutive matches for the title to improve his record to 11-14. He defeated Michael Haugen Jr. of Carefree, Ariz., in Saturday night’s elimination round, 243-172, to reach Sunday’s finals where he eliminated Finland’s Osku Palermaa, 246-176, and Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 237-161, for the chance to meet O’Neill for the title. In the title match, Barnes started with six strikes to build a 31-pin lead after seven frames, but O’Neill refused to back down, finishing with a string of four strikes to force Barnes to mark in the 10th frame. Barnes’ strike on his first shot in the clinched the title. “I feel bad for Bill,” Barnes said. “He was the best bowler in the PBA World Series to get here, but I’ve been in his shoes a few times and I’m not going to give the trophy back.

Dave Krivak Blasted 300-836 At Plaza Lanes
MADISON, NJ – Dave Krivak blasted perfect with a 300 game en route to an 836 series to lead the CMIL League at Plaza Lanes. Jennifer Dunklin posted a 258 game to highlight a 697 series.

Mike McCabe Hit 844 At Brunswick Zone Belleville
BELLEVILLE, NJ – Mike McCabe topped the scoring in the Anytime Fitness League at Brunswick Zone Belleville Lanes firing games of 279-266-299 for a high series of 844. B-Bop Lopez rolled 279-268259-806, George Ackerman 299202-258-759, Wright House 213241-300-754, and Fernando LeBron 298-668.

Jennifer Deblasi 804 at Lodi
LODI, NJ – Jennifer Deblasi blasted 253-293 en route to an 804 series in the Monday Classic
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League at Lodi Lanes. Gary Vicente hit 286, and Loucas Georgiou 811.

Chris Barnes completes triple crown for 13th career title and $50,000 first prize

John Wilders 300 at Majestic
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Wilders earned top honors in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 258 and 235 around a 300 centerpiece for the meetings high series of 793. Dennis Smith shot 245-227-287759, Pete Tirado 213-258-268739, Kevin Mal 257-247-214-718, Michael Dinaburg 232-235-244710, and Jay Pintus 237-228-244709.

“There are a lot of guys who have won the PBA World Championship, but it’s a short and distinguished list of guys who have won the Triple Crown,” he added. “Right after I won, Billy Hardwick called my wife and told her to welcome me to the club.” “I’m not unhappy with my performance,” O’Neill said. “I threw all but one shot on line. When I needed shots to make Chris show up in 10th, they were all good. That’s something I’ve struggled with out here. I think it’s a good sign of things to come.”

Steve Lucchi Blasted 300 At North Levittown Lanes
LEVITTOWN, NY – Steve Lucchi earned top honors in the Thursday Early Mixed League at North Levittown Lanes firing perfect with a 300 game then added a 266 to finish the session with the high series of 760. Helen Taylor shot 246, Maureen Gallagher 221-611, Matt Muir 268-261, and Marie Zaso 217.

Dave Spano, Adam Barth Roll 300 In Montvale Major League
By Joe Rizzi

MONTVALE, NJ - Adam Barth led all scorers in the Montvale Major League, firing a 300 game, and adding games of 230 and 228 for a 758 series. His fine effort was not enough, however, as North Jersey Turf & Trim was defeated by BuddiesProShop.com, 21-9. Joe Cauwels bowled 258-245220-723 and Ray Keim 246266-211-723 for the winning team. Dave Spano also rolled a 300 game, finishing with a 696 series, he led Sole Savers to a 21-9 victory over Bergen Batting Center.

Rick Whitling bowled 200278-278-756, but despite his effort GP’s Restaurant was defeated by GDC Contracting, 22-8. Jun Roldan’s 224-268246-738 led Rick’s Pro Shop past Rite Way, 22-8. Rocky Durocher hit 235-232242-709 followed by John Rankin 234-689, Toto Roldan 268-688, Mike Rovetto 248686, Anthony Reyes 289-680, Jeff Rovetto 257-674, Tim Hurd 234-672, Andrew Hedaria 246662, Nick DeLia 258-662, Larry Toppin 260-657, Dave Hulsizer 246-656, Adrian Lawson 259655 and Tom Van Wort 225-652.

In the previous week’s session, Jun Roldan’s 248-239274-761 led Rick’s Pro Shop to a 17-13 victory over Bergen Batting Center. John Rankin’s 278-254-225-757 led Valley Tent Rental to an easy 24-6 victory over Sole Savers. Bob Balzarek’s 240-255-244-739 led West Shore Beauty Salon to a 26-4 rout over North Jersey Turf & Trim. Jeff Schuster tossed 235-250247-732, Kevin Conroy 244695, Mike Folchi 234-675, Tim Hurd 236-668, Alex Kowalchuk 245-663, Mike Rovetto 235-661 and Dave Spano 230-657.

Jay Judowski 300-802 at Lodi
LODI, NJ – Jay Judowski found perfection when he blasted a 300 game en route to the session high series of 802 while rolling in the Monday Classic League at Lodi Lanes. Jennifer Deblasi did her best hitting an impressive 268 to finish with a 727 series.

Steve Wade Wins First Nabi Title
BALDWIN, NY - Steve Wade blasted 279, 268 for his last two games to claim his first NABI title just edging out a charging Mike Schultz in the Baldwin Lanes 8th Annual SixGame Marathon. Wade averaged a robust 237 and pocketed $1,000 . 2nd place went to Mike Schultz with a 1,490 followed by Cary Fishman tallying 1,466, Terry Cooper 1,457, Jason Crawford 1,454, Seth Marcus 1,438, Charles Mann 1,435, Michael Birdsall 1,433, Ferrill McNiell 1,430 and rounding out the top 10 was Frankie Sanchez posting a 1,420 pinfall.



January 26 - 31, 2011

J o a n Ta y l o r ’ s Te n P i n R a p . . . .
Nicholas Westergaard, 16, saw his first 300, competing in the junior league at Rockaway Lanes. He rolled 203-185-300 and bested his previous high game of 277. The Morris Knolls student used a Storm Reign fitted by Chip Vincent at the Pro Image Pro Shop at Rockaway Lanes. His average is 178. Although he admits to being nervous on his final shot he said, “I just kept focusing and made sure I hit my mark.” Nicholas enjoys two leagues, both at Rockaway Lanes. He credits his father, Jim, the league’s coach and the people of Pro Image with helping his game. His next goal is to shoot an 800 series. To date his high is 733. Nicholas resides in Rockaway. Also at Rockaway Lanes, Paul Manozzi, Jr. won the recent US Open Win-a-Spot. But he came too close to finishing second. “I was ahead by forty-one (pins) going into the last game (they bowled eight games). I wasn’t nervous until that last game. I made it closer than it should have been. I guess it was a case of nerves. I missed in the eighth and ninth frames.” He rolled 173 to second-place finisher Noel Vega’s 211, but held onto a three-pin victory. This was Manozzi’s second try at the wina-spot. “I always wanted to bowl in the US Open. I bowled on that pattern a couple of times.” “The neatest thing is that I won the spot on what would have been my late grandmother’s birthday. And I live in her house now.” What are his expectations for the US Open, one of the longest and most difficult formats for any bowler? “To make the first cut on Friday,” he said. “You always want to average 200. I’ll just try to stay out of the way (of the professional bowlers there) and do my own thing. I do better when I stay to myself. I have bowled in a regional tournament before, so I somewhat understand what goes on. We’ll see what happens.” And now for the kicker: Manozzi rolls a full roller. Shades of Billy Hardwick in the 60s. But maybe that’s what it will take to conquer the US Open and its most challenging pattern. For our third star this week, I don’t know if this is a county record, but here is an amazing achievement. Pete “Cappy” Caporaso rolled a 279 triplicate, this in the CMIL League at Plaza Lanes. His total series was a big 837. Pete, 56, knew he needed a strike at the end of the third game and easily got it. He bested his former high sanctioned series of 834. This Hall of Famer’s achievements include 32 games of 300, seven series of 800 or more, and he has converted the “Big Four” (4-67-10). About the only thing left is to cover the 7-10 split. Linda Klusick, Hopatcong, NJ, realized a long-term goal with her first 700 series, a 743, in the Kings and Queens League at Circle Lanes. “My previous high sanctioned series was a 697 bowled in 1977 with my dad (Hall of Famer and veteran bowler John Klusick) in the Trio Classic. He was so sorry I didn’t get my 700 then, so I said, ‘Don’t worry; I’ll get it.’ So 33 years later he was watching me and was there for my first two games. But he didn’t want to make me nervous. When I started the third game with a spare, he left, and after 236 and 257 I posted 250. Everybody was happy I bowled that 700.

Indiana Bowler Rolls 900 Series
ARLINGTON, Texas – Bob Kammer Jr. of Crown Point, Ind., rolled a perfect 900 series Saturday night. The series is still pending formal approval by the United States Bowling Congress. Kammer, who would be the 18th bowler in history to roll a USBCapproved 900 series, tossed 36 consecutive strikes in the Saturday Invitational League at Stardust Bowl II in Merrillville, Ind. He would be the first bowler from the state of Indiana to record a certified 900 series. “It was unbelievable, and I was nervous,” said Kammer, a 41-yearold right-hander. “It’s not something that happens every day.” Competing on lanes one and two, Kammer said the rest of the league stopped play to watch him after the seventh frame of his third game. “I was just thinking, please carry,” Kammer said in describing his final strike. “I was taking deep breaths and trying to get the ball clean off my hand.” Kammer works for Ford Motor Company and may be a local celebrity when he returns to work. “My phone has been blowing up,” Kammer said. “I am having my 15 minutes of fame and it’s fun.” Kammer’s 900 series would be the 19th USBC-approved in history. The first USBC-approved 900 occurred Feb. 2, 1997 when Jeremy Sonnenfeld rolled three consecutive perfect games in Lincoln, Neb. There has never been a 900 on Sport Bowling lane conditions. USBC-APPROVED 900 SERIES
Jeremy Sonnenfeld (R), Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 2, 1997 Tony Roventini (L), Greenfield, Wis., Nov. 9, 1998 Vince Wood (R), Moreno Valley, Calif., Sept, 29, 1999 Robby Portalatin (L), Jackson, Mich., Dec. 28, 2000 James Hylton (R), Salem, Ore., May 2, 2001 Jeff Campbell II (R), New Castle, Pa., June 12, 2004 Darin Pomije (R), New Prague, Minn., Dec. 9, 2004 Robert Mushtare (R), Fort Drum, N.Y., Dec. 5, 2005 and Feb. 19, 2006 Lonnie Billiter Jr. (R), Fairfield, Ohio, Feb. 13, 2006 Mark Wukoman (R), Greenfield, Wis., April 22, 2006 P.J. Giesfeldt (R), Milwaukee, Dec. 23, 2006 Rich Jerome Jr. (R), Baltimore, Dec. 22, 2008 Chris Aker (L), Winnemucca, Nev., Oct. 30, 2009 Andrew Teall (R), Medford, N.J., Nov. 2, 2009 Andrew Mank (R), Bellevue, Ill., March 18, 2010 William Howell III (L), Middletown, N.Y., Oct. 21, 2010 Matt Latarski (R), Medina, Ohio, Nov. 28, 2010 Bob Kammer Jr (R). Crown Point, Ind., Jan. 8, 2011 **

ARLINGTON, Texas - The entry deadline for the 2011 United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships has been extended to March 1, while USBC Open Championships competitors now will have until March 4 to submit their entries. The 2011 Open Championships will be the first to kick off this year as it begins its 122-day run March 4. Bowlers from all 50 states and several foreign countries will converge on the one-of-a-kind, 78lane National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev., before the tournament concludes on July 3. This year, the Women's Championships will return to New York state for the first time since 1996 and settle into Syracuse's Oncenter Complex, where 48 specially-constructed lanes and custom-built, state-of-the-art scoreboards will await more than 30,000 bowlers. The event gets underway April 7 and will run for 88 days, also concluding on July 3. There are still prime spots available for 2011. For more information, visit BOWL.com/tournaments or call the tournament entries department at 800-514-2695.

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January 26 - 31, 2011

Nick Lombardi 794
LEVITTOWN, NY – Nick Lombardi topped the scoring in the Sunday AM Trios League firing games of 299-270 for a high series of 794. Charlie Minch hit 265, Keith Hengel 263-731, Mike Jochade 259, Eddie Norton 258, Gary Medina 257, and Christian Schulz 213.

Mickey Gallagher 299-767
LEVITTOWN, NY – Mickey Gallagher led the scoring in the Friday Astoria Federal Men’s League firing games of 267 and a near perfect 299 for a high series of 767. Miek Clark rolled 279-278-729, Peter Maletta 265-257-724, Angel Salcedo 264-725, Mike McCarthy 277, Justin Sternberg 258, Brian Heyman 256-258, Mike Agosta 266, and Vito Battista 269.

Tom Altamura 732
LEVITTOWN, NY –Tom Altamura led the scoring in the Wednesday Grumman League firing games of 254-246 for a high series of 732. Bill Dutton shot 266-727, Jeremy Bush 288, Joe DiGiacomo 257706, Charlie Diana 279-704, Joe Heller 265, and Joe Niemczyk 258. In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors League George Kinkel shot 212-202, Cappy Caporusso 211-204-616, and Walter Sundquist 210212. Kathy Wodzinski rolled 226-202-620, Virginia Vannier 211, and Pat Hayes 209 in the Ladies Scratch League.

Ray Munoz 278
LEVITTOWN, NY – Ray Munoz topped the scoring in the Thursday Night Foursome League firing a high game of 278. Fabrizio Cerutti hit 275, Alan Ott 258-715, Dan Kantor 257, and Thomas Ott, Walt Stachin, Wolf Ginsberg, and Scott Ehlrigh 256. Jimmy Moore rolled 243, Jim Fenimore 236, John Greiner 244, Jackie Ferriso 213, and Jun Iacono 202 in the Thursday Hits and Misses League.

Vin Spina 257
LEVITTOWN, NY – Vin Spina led the scoring in the Monday LIA League firing a high game of 257. Darren Thomas shot 253, Joseph Morreale 252, Ed Werbeck 237, Mitch Lebovic 236, Patty Werbeck 235, Marlo Weissman 215, and Sally Gibilterra 214.

January 26 - 31, 2011



Joe Caparso 300 At T-Bowl
WAYNE, NJ- Joe Caparso pitched a 300 game while rolling in the Knights of Pythias League at TBowl Lanes. Graham Palmore, Rob Gilbert, Chris Pagano, Steven Barkley, Rocky Stone III and Ed Eder each tossed 11 out of 12 strikes.

Mike Semancik Jr. Hit 723 at Parkway
Elmwood Park, NJ – Mike Semancik Jr led the Wednesday Teterboro Bowling League at Parkway Lanes firing games of 249-247-227 for a high 723 series. Ed Bakelaar rolled 247-718, Larry DeAngelo 247-697, Rich Miller Sr 236-680, Joe Mercurio 246-667, Mark Marton 259-657, James Willis 227-655, Mike Guglielmino 266-654, David Friedhoff 258-654, Steve Semancik 235-653, and Jim Viola 234-652.

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January 26 - 31, 2011

Ray DeJesus 249, Max Gruttaduria 246 Ignite NJIC
By Vince Albrecht

Wallington, NJ - Junior, Ray DeJesus 249, senior, Steve Marciniak 233, 216 and anchor Nikko Deliantis 206 sparked unbeaten St Mary to a 5-0 win over Wallington in North Jersey Interscholastic Conference [NJIC]

Patriot Division bowling action. The triumph allowed the Gaels to keep pace with Park Ridge which won their fifth straight match, turning aside Palisades Park, 5-0; the Owls were buoyed by brothers’ Dan and Mike

Wuhrman who averaged 194 between them. Elsewhere, pre-season Meadowlands Division favorite Lyndhurst made a statement by sweeping defending champion Secaucus as junior Carmine Battista had 216, sophomore Lexus Lopez a pair of 204s and senior anchor Kyle Bonser 206,201; Secaucus senior Dante Iyer rolled a pair of 223s for the Patriots. The victory vaulted Lyndhurst into first place ahead of Becton Regional which edged a tough Rutherford squad, 3-2. Senior Dean Hansen had 234, Joe Bocage 207,211 and Seif Fahmy 201,202 for the Wildcats; sparking the Rutherford team were junior Max Gruttaduria 246,218, senior Brandon Moore 226 and senior Shane Cavaliere 200. Bryan Valentin [Queen of Peace] pitched a 222 game, Krzys Klecha [Wallington] 211, Mike Wuhrman [Park Ridge] 204 and Nick Kochell [Wallington] 201. High individual averages to date include Dante Iyer and Steve Marciniak 211, Dean Hansen 210, Max Gruttaduria 207, Joe Bocage 204, Kyle Bonser 200, Dan Wuhrman 199 and Lexus Lopes 194.

January 26 - 31, 2011



PJ Lee 299-722
ROCKAWAY, NJ – PJ Lee led the scoring in the Monday Early Birds League one pin short of perfect with a high game of 299 and the session high series of 722. Ray Barry hit 243-693, Mark Bardely 232-642, Miguel Galloza 246-634, Ricky Exner 245-62, and Judy Rollnick 206. In the Monday Nite Football League Brian Bloete hit 224, and Jim Steinmetz 181.

Frank Grumka 671
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Frank Grumka led the scoring in the NorBu Lodge League firing a 244 game for ahigh series of 671. Larry Banghart hit 243, Bill Karpack 227-635, Joseph Dagostino 227, Marie Vantreuren 244, and Stacey Titus 233. Bill Homa rolled 248, Tim Masher 237-601, Wayne Poverstein 237-625, Lee Ann Machin 254, and Lupe Zaragoza 223 in the Thursday Nite Mixed League.

Jack Safkan 751
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Jack Sakfan led the scoring in the Foursome League firing a 279 game for a high series of 751. Ed Cook shot 258-669, Peter Furio 257-650, Travis Komber 256-645, and Annette McCalughlin 214. Noel Vega rolled 233-631, Tim Panek 233, Scott Stribe 212, Matt Svoboda 209, and Gary Malone 206 in the PBA Experience League.

Jack Cook 695
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Jack Cook led the scoring in the Ball Busters League firing a 255 game for a high series of 695. Adam Kwestel hit 233, Joseph Kelxaynski 216, and Ed Galuska 212. In the NJAC Varsity League Robert Oszut hit 235-624, Crystal Keller 220, Will Mottola 219, and Kevin Boise 205.

Billy Piccola 683
MADISON, NJ- Billy Piccola earned high game and set honors while rolling in the Livingston Business Men’s League firing a 243 game for a high series of 683. Tom Klein shot 232-662, Mark Martinowich 226, and Angelo Zollo 602.

Victor Pitra 256
MADISON, NJ – Victor Pitra paced the scoring in the Business Men’s League firing a 256 game. Steve Payne and Chris Waller 248, Billy Piccola 672, Rick Wright 638, and Angelo Zollo 635. Jodi Belli blasted 270-680 in the Chatham Collisionettes League

John Scalley 769
ROCKAWAY, NJ – John Scalley led the scoring in the County Tuesday Night Mixed League firing a 258 game for a high series of 769. Paul DiSturco hit 267-713, Gene Pukas 246-686, Pete Cascio 242625, Jarvis Goldberry 236-655, Cindy Coughlan 225-614, and Sue Marrero 214. In the Fox Hills Seniors League League Frank Rosenbaum hit 205, and Bob Cruitt 201. Tammy Baldwin rolled 241-634, and Lois Kehmna 200 in the Women’s League.

Rene Medina 286
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Rene Medina led the scoring in the Lake Hiawatha A.C. League firing a high game of 286. Thomas Griffin, Jr. rolled 257713, Mike Margolit 248-690, and Kara Cook 203.

Dennis Nielsen 728
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Dennis Nielsen led the scoring in the Mixed League firing a 254 game for a high series of 728. Glen Malmstone and Keri May hit 238, Barry Lehman 235, and Carol Scheu 217. Ed Cook rolled 244, Paul Salverson 235, Dave Sabell 226, and Shawn Casey 225 in the Friday Nite Men’s League. In the Holly Rollers League Mike Dean hit 205, and Ralph Gonzalez 180.

Heriberto Matias 256
ROCKAWAY, NJ - Heriberto Matias led the scoring in the Spanish American Mixed League firing a high game of 256. Julio Soto hit 247-626, and Gerogei Mendoza 246-662.

James Lindsay 681
ROCKAWAY, NJ – James Lindsay paced the scoring in the Tuesday Night Mixed League firing a 248 game for a high series of 681. Chris Morris hit 245-670, Dan Richards 244-643, Joe Kentos 225, Kara Cook 237.

Pete Cerenzio 662
MADISON, NJ - Pete Cerenzio paced the scoring in the Tuesday Doubles League firing a high series of 662. Dan Pridham shot 248-638, Tim McKenna 258-632, and Frank Fillimon 639.



January 26 - 31, 2011

Michael Ibanez 791
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Ibanez topped the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League firing games of 280-265-246 for a high series of 791. Andy Polidura rolled 235-276245-756, Jason Pintus 265-257228-750, Glenn Kolator 266-258223-747, Mike Valanzano 227278-236-741, John Longberg 255211-265-731, and John Kertesz 226-220-279-725.

Drew Rucinski 723
HOPELAWN, NJ – Drew Rucinski led the scoring in the NJ Turnpike League firing games of 234-258-231 for a high series of 723. Michael Morris shot 224-200230-654, Frank Jordan 267-640, Pat Jones 246, and Jeff Lee 238.

Sean Williams 718
HOPELAWN, NJ - Sean Williams led the scoring in the Sunday Nite Mixed League firing games of 214-290-214 for a high series of 718. Tito Ramos hit 235-216-245-696, Tito Polidura 245-629, and Cid Stentella 208-207-211-626.

Thomas Poulos 708
HOPELAWN, NJ – Thomas Poulos led the scoring in the Thursday Nite Mixed League firing games of 256-220-232 for a high series of 708. Vinny Medvetz hit 269-204-669, Matt Cestone 214-214-234-662, Rollin E. Ball 258-231-657, and Mike Piomelli 202-244-642.

Mike Freedley 657
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mike Freedley paced the scoring in the Atlantic City Trios League firing games of 251-226 for a high series of 657. Joseph Krupinski hit 225-215212-652, Mike Rodriguez 223611, and Toni Dellamanna 207.

Steve Venito 721
HOPELAWN, NJ - Steve Venito topped the scoring in the Family League firing games of 236-258227 for a high series of 721. Eric Applegate shot 257-259694, Rocco Fortunato 224-237206-667, Joe Bloodgood 230-257667, Kevin Kopko 236-236-663, and Bryan Applegate 221-209231-661. In the Bank League John Sidorko shot 254-212-216-682.

Kevin Kennelly 717
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kennelly led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 279-235-203 for a high series of 717. John Syslo shot 205-248-235688, Don M. Hellhake 206-207247-660, and Don E. Hellhake 203-222-210-635. In the Merck league John Halliday rolled 214-215-219-648, and Dan Wolf 216-601.

Pat Moreno 700
HOPELAWN, NJ – Pat Moreno led the Gemini Towing League tossing 269-232 for a 700 set. John Baginsky, Jr. rolled 219252-664, Warren Taureck 210215-235-660, Joe Herber 227215-202-644, and Leigh Gerba 231.

Neal Linder 778
HOPELAWN, NJ- Neal Linder topped the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 289-258-231 for a high series of 778. John Kaminski shot 246-299226-771, Michael Ibanez 227276-234-737, Tommy Magers 289-246-727, Willie Zammitto 222-268-234-724, and Lisa Pallazzola 221-254-658.

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Frank Viverito 758
HOPELAWN, NJ – Frank Viverito led the scoring in the Monday Madness League firing games of 233-279-246 for a high series of 758. Dan DeBenedetto shot 200-241621, Stan Pietrucha 235, and Ray Mangels 224.

Rocco Fortunato 752
HOPELAWN, NJRocco Fortuanto topped the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 246-257-249 for a high series of 752. Sal Angotti shot 266-216-263745, Dennis Mega 248-280-723, Bill Slattery 217-248-238-703, Michael Ramer 210-247-233-690, Jose Medina 268-205-212-685, and Patty Durski 233.

Jeff Nemeth 749
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jeff Nemeth led the scoring in the Knights of Columbus League firing games of 256-257-236 for a high series of 749. Bill Larsen shot 223-201-261685, Cid Stentella 216-204-214634, and Mark Makwinski 217236-609.

Rocco Fortunato 727
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rocco Fortunato led the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 227-232-268 for a high series of 727. Joe Lampariello tossed 246-237242-725, Tom Martino, Jr.hit 205267-251-723, Kevin Mal 246-269205-720, and Steph Crane 255266-712. In the Thursday Mixed Nuts League Don M. Hellhake shot 225-215-632, and Don E. Hellhake 213-247-630.

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