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Vol. 73 No.39 November 28 - December 4, 2012 50 cents
New York’s Brad Angelo Wins No. 1 Berth in PBA Viper Championship Finals
By Bill Vint - PBA LAS VEGAS – Brad Angelo of 3,283, and Mike Fagan of Dallas, Lockport, N.Y., rolled a 279 final game 3,267. Fagan held on to win the fourth to win the top berth in the Professional spot in the finals by one pin over Scott Bowlers Association’s Viper Norton of Costa Mesa, Calif. Championship stepladder finals during “I’ve been executing well for the the GEICO PBA World Series of last few years, but getting that little Bowling at South Point Bowling Center. half-pocket strike to keep a string Angelo, who won his only PBA Tour going hasn’t been there,” Angelo said. title in the 2008 Pepsi Viper “At this level, if you don’t get those Championship, bowled games of 236, strikes, you can’t compete. And today, 258, 199, 227, 236 and 279 during the I got some of those. I don’t know what six-game semifinal round to finish the it was, but the chips fell. PBA photo day with a 14-game total of 3,344 pins “If you don’t have speed and rev Brad Angelo topped the field to top the field of four players who will rate in today’s world, you can’t keep of PBA Viper competitors with compete for the Viper Championship up. My little trick has been a slow 3,344 for 14 games. title in the ESPN stepladder finals that float and still being able to get the ball will air on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 23. through the pins. When I can do that, I’m pretty tough He will be joined in the Viper finals by PBA Player to beat. That’s my uniqueness, and it hasn’t been of the Year Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 3,326; there for me lately. But to be the leader? You can’t Finnish native Mika Koivuniemi of Hartland, Mich., beat that.”
Billy DeCicco Jr. Blasted 300 At Coram Country Lanes
CORAM, NY - Billy DeCicco Jr. murdered the maples for a 300 game in the High Rollers League at Coram Country Lanes. This was DeCicco’s 8th 300 game. However it was Craig Lindahl who took top series honors with his 801 set being his first 800 of the year and Mitchell Pincus (junior) shot a 293 and a 799.
Sean Williams 300 at Majestic
HOPELAWN, NJ – Sean Williams earned top honors in the Sunday Nite Mixed League at Majestic Lanes blasting games of 300-190-257 for a high series of 747. Justin Poli rolled 247-247-231725, Robert Krimin 211-201, Cid Stenteall 226, John Warshany 223, and Alex Ramos 246.
Chuck Cocozzo Hit 300 At Lodi Lanes
LODI, NJ - Chuck Cocozzo took the spotlight when he blasted a 300 game while rolling in the Monday Nite Trios at Lodi Lanes. Roger Rottini bowled a 274 game followed by Lauren Sohmer with a 234 and Lisa Friscioni posted a 225 game.
PBA’s 33rd Season of ESPN Television Coverage Begins December 9
16-event winter-spring segment includes 11 two-hour shows, live coverage of major championships
By Bill Vint - PBA SEATTLE – The Professional Bowlers Association’s 33rd consecutive season of television coverage on ESPN begins with 16 telecasts, including 11 shows expanded from 90 minutes to two hours, and live coverage of two major championships plus the first round of an all-new team competition. The winter-spring PBA television season on ESPN begins on Sunday, Dec. 9, PBA Commissioner Tom Clark and ESPN Senior Director of Programming and Acquisitions Jason Bernstein announced today. Lon McEachern will be announcer and PBA Hall of Famer Randy Pedersen will be color analyst for all ESPN-PBA telecasts. “Since 1979 when ESPN made its debut, the PBA and ESPN have enjoyed a wonderful partnership that has allowed millions of bowling fans to watch the best in bowling,” Clark said. “We are, as always, excited to not only continue our relationship, but to expand our Sunday coverage to two hours for 11 of our 16 telecasts this season, and to include an all-new concept in professional bowling as part of our 2012-13 lineup.” "We continue to work with our partners at the PBA to develop new ways of enhancing the bowling product,” Bernstein said. “The addition of 30 minutes of action to most of our Sunday shows this season is a great way to serve loyal fans of the sport." The winter-spring ESPN lineup will include six telecasts originating from the PBA World Series of Bowling IV in Las Vegas, followed by the finals of the Round 1 Japan Cup from Tokyo, the Chris Paul PBA League All Stars, five new PBA League telecasts – including live coverage of the first PBA League event on Sunday, Jan. 27, from Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich. - and live coverage of the United States Bowling Congress Masters from Brunswick Zone Carolier in N. Brunswick, N.J., on Sunday, Feb. 24, and PBA Tournament of Champions from Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis on Sunday, March 31. PBA coverage will take a two-week break in mid-March during the NCAA basketball tournament. In addition to its ESPN coverage, more than 200 hours of exclusive live coverage of qualifying and match play from PBA Tour events will be webcast to a worldwide audience on pba.com's Xtra Frame online bowling channel.
Sunday, Dec. 9, 1 p.m. – WTBA Bayer Advanced Aspirin World Bowling Tour Finals presented by PBA, PBA World Series of Bowling IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas. Sunday, Dec. 16, 1 p.m. – Alka Seltzer Plus Cold Medicine Cheetah Championship, WSOB IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (90 minutes). Sunday, Dec. 23, 1 p.m. – PBA Viper Championship, WSOB IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (90 minutes). Sunday, Dec. 30, 1 p.m. – PBA Chameleon Championship, WSOB IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (90 minutes). Sunday, Jan. 6, 1 p.m. – PBA Scorpion Championship, WSOB IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (90 minutes). Sunday, Jan. 13, 1 p.m. – PBA World Championship, WSOB IV, South Point Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (90 minutes). Sunday, Jan. 20, 3 p.m. – Round 1 Japan Cup, Tokyo, Japan. Sunday, Jan. 27, Noon – PBA League Round 1, Thunderbowl Lanes, Allen Park, Mich. Sunday, Feb. 3, 4 p.m. – Chris Paul PBA League All Stars, Lucky Strike LA Live, Los Angeles. Sunday, Feb. 10, 3 p.m. – PBA League Round 2 with Carmen Salvino Classic finals, Thunderbowl Lanes, Allen Park, Mich. Sunday, Feb. 17, 3 p.m. - PBA League Round 3 with Mark Roth Classic finals, Thunderbowl Lanes, Allen Park, Mich. Sunday, Feb. 24, 3 p.m. - United States Bowling Congress Masters, Brunswick Zone Carolier, N. Brunswick, N.J. Sunday, March 3, 3 p.m. – PBA League Round 4 with Don Carter Classic finals, Thunderbowl Lanes, Allen Park, Mich. Sunday, March 24, 1 p.m. – PBA League Round 5 with Earl Anthony PBA Players Championship finals, Thunderbowl Lanes, Allen Park, Mich. Sunday, March 31, 2:30 p.m. – PBA Tournament of Champions, Woodland Bowl, Indianapolis. Sunday, April 7, 1 p.m. – PBA League Elias Cup finals, Woodland Bowl, Indianapolis.
November 28 - December 4, 2012
Justin Puchalski 685 in Youth Travelers
By Vince Albrecht BOONTON, NJ - Taking advantage of his home lanes, Boonton’s Justin Puchalski emerged as Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League Bowler of the Week, fashioning a triple deuce 685 series to lead Boonton past Bowler City II, 7-0. The Montville H.S. junior posted games of 202-222-256 in raising his average to 218 while teammates’ Adam Gelvan and Brian McGrath chipped in with above average +15 and +20 scores. BC II had fine efforts from Justin Garcia 199-189, Jonmikal Sepero 191and Kristen Kane with well above average posts of 156-164. In a match-up between two strong teams, league-leading Holiday I stretched its win streak to four, bouncing back from an opening game loss to take five points from Holiday II; Nick Cilento 241-604, Ana DeLeon 224-567 and Graham Mulligan 202-539 paced the victors while Holiday II posted strong scores from Colette Malyack 222-598, Austin Hackett 195, Frank Olandesi 188-528 and Joe Malyack 182,181. A tightly contested match between Bowler City III and Montvale went to BC III, 25392494. Highs for BC III were Arielle Wallace 167, Louis Ferrante 158, Pat Sucero a pair of 155s and Olivia Wank 150. Tops for Montvale were Kyle Ladewig 193, Matt Russell 192, Katie Didonato 175 and Michaella Raab with an over average +8. The afternoon’s nail-biter was contested between Fair Lawn and Bowler City IV. Sparked by Steven Plaszky 201, Matt Meyers 179, Hunter Perry two 178s and Tyler Nappi 161, Fair Lawn squeezed past BC IV, 4-3. The latter fell seven pins shy in the opener and twelve short in the finale, but gained three points with a second game 920-891 and the wood, 2662-2652. BC IV’s top games came from Nathan Tombo 199, Alijah Jackson 194 and Nick Ferrante 174. Hackensack H.S. senior John Draney had the day’s second best set, pounding out a 218-191-203612 to steer Bowler City I to a hard-earned five points against the vacancy. The senior anchor was helped by above average scores tallied by teammates’ Vinny Santoro and Ryan Sweeney. Rounding out the afternoon’s play, league-leading Holiday I earned seven points from the vacancy behind Graham Mulligan 211-603 and Ana DeLeon 202596.
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“STRIKE OUT SANDY”
Happy post-Thanksgiving. I am thankful for the bowling community, especially those who stepped up for Hurricane Sandy Relief, as you will read here. Once our power came back on in my house, I went online and noticed that New Jersey’s Parker Bohn III, Jackson, along with his wife, Leslie, was leading a “Strike Out Sandy” effort. The gist of it was for donors to pledge money per strike that Parker would post in the qualifying rounds of the PBA World Series of Bowling in Las Vegas. I caught up with Leslie and discovered that this was just a small part of what was to follow. First, Parker and Leslie earmarked donations for New Jersey children who were victimized by the hurricane. They thought the acronym “SOS” was appropriate for Strike Out Sandy. Parker threw a total of 224 strikes during the 32 games of qualifying. One donor expanded on that and gave money for additional strikes that Parker rolled during match play for a total of $418. Leslie and her children, Justin, 9, Brandon, 8, and Sydney, 6 drove to the Union Beach NJ area to see what actually happened. The boys, who have already earned Junior Bowlers Tour (JBT) titles, asked if their strikes could also count for the fundraiser. Then there was the second weather-related event. A snowstorm followed in south Jersey, taking power from many who just had it restored. There were 12 inches of snow. Leslie said, “But it brought families in our neighborhood closer together. Justin set up a movie night for the kids and we provided games and crafts. It was nice to spend quality time without the electronics.” Because the ESPN telecast of Parker’s bowling will not be shown until January 13, the SOS fundraiser will continue through mid-January. Donors can send checks payable to Striking Out Sandy, and mail to PB3 Entertainment, 25 Pitney Lane, Jackson, NJ 08527. If you have any questions, e-mail email@example.com. But that’s not the end of this relief effort. Leslie’s sister-in-law, Chrissie Kent, wife of pro bowler Doug Kent, asked Leslie, “What can I do?” Chrissie and her family are in upstate New York. She asked her Rochester, N.Y., youth bowlers for help. People started bringing clothes, non-perishable foods, and cleaning supplies. The drive was called “Stuff it for Sandy.” One man donated time, gasoline and space in his 20 foot trailer to transport the items to New Jersey. Chrissie and her 7-year-old daughter, Natalie, drove to New Jersey to unload the donations and organize them. This spawned “Natalie and Friends” in the second grade at Natalie’s school. The students donated school supplies, wipes, diapers, and more, after which Chrissie made another trip to New Jersey with these new donations. She had gathered items collected at three bowling centers in Rochester, Syracuse, and Newark, NY. Getting their children involved was a life lesson, according to Leslie. “I got to see the kids paying it forward!”
Beverly Boys: Fabian Soto 247/698 Monday Mixed Handicap: Robert Calabrese 277/707 Diane Martella 253/629 Linda Arroyo 214/601 Tracy Cutrupi 258/604 Tuesday BOWL USA Eric Wallach-Rossitto 232/624 Joe Santino Jr. 224/643 Mike Camu 210/611 Kerry Moffit 214/622 Thomas Caladara 235/620 Joe Scavone 238/652 Nelson Ortiz 235/636 Tuesday Senior Men: Frank Rossi 206/611 James Petrillo 189/552 Dom Rizzo 194/549 Wednesday Seniors: Frank Jara 236/663 Alby Pezzella 643/638 Sam Lass 220/614 Sal Fusco 267/663 Lino Pizzaia 215/628 James Mattera 223/617
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November 28 - December 4, 2012
Ed Bakelaar Sr. 718 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Ed Bakelaar Sr. led all pin attackers with scores of 207-257-254 for a strong 718 series to lead an active night of high scorers in the Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Rob Roman tossed a 279 en route to a 709 set followed by Steve Semancik with 245-692, Joe Meyers 234-687, Victor Miranda 257-685, Mike Guglielmino 258-674, Jose Marte 255-674 ,Carole DeGroot 279666, Mike Semancik Jr. 224-662, and Jim Viola 227-653.
Thursday Nite Mixed: Bill Homa 247-673, Scott Struble 245-673, Colin Beasty 242 game, Jared Lopez 238, Tim Panek 237. At another league session Nidia Haneveld 223-610, Kimberly 208-535, Catherine Ciciloa 201, Dezso Benyo 244-613, Jared Lopez 236. Rockaway Mixed: Darren Zarillo 265, Chris Casey 258, Glen Malmstone 257-744, Corey Smith 256, Keri May 268-663, Kristina Arocho 228-621, Nicole Malson 221. In another session Anthony Alston 243-659, Tom Colucci 237-634, Walt Forrester 232-601, Kristina Arocho 247-687, Julianne Crowell 246578, and Keri May 236-644. Friday Nite Mens: Robert Manzi 256-668, James Stiles 248-670, Brandon Draughn 247-662, Ricky Exner 243-663 Bobb Webb 232, Heriberto Matias 227, Kevin Sikora 268-650. At another meeting Tyrone Waal 257-681, and Brandaon Draughn 243. Junior Leagues Sizzlin’ Strikers: Nicholas Thies 136-360, Daniel Catrambone 62159, Emma Thies 152-388. In another session Nicholas Thies 158-395, Benjamine Cruz 136-349, Dante Garrido 104-247, and Andrew Dunleavey 85241. Weekend Warriors: Ben Miller 150-366, Emma Wright 163-413, Carlyssa Leigh 146-388. Another week it was Carlyssa Leigh 148-413, Emma Wright 133-368. Gutter Busters (2 games): Chelsey Cruz 90-172. Bumper Busters (2 games): Jack Cook 236-656, Nick Westergaard 235-527, Zachary Clark 215-594, Ryan Ackerman 204 game, Haley Paccione 160-452, Steph Sihlanick 116-343 and in another session Nick Westergaard hit 237-642, Jack Cook 237-636, Thomas Kleczynski 228-553, Haley Paccione 168-475, Steph Sihlanick 118-292.
Jason Belmonte Won Australian Masters
By Bill Vint – PBA SYDNEY, Australia - Australian two-handed star Jason Belmonte, responding to the cheers of his home country fans, rallied for a stunning 2-1 victory over American rival Sean Rash to win the AMF Australian Masters at AMF Rooty Hill Bowling Center in Sydney, Australia. After Belmonte won the first game in the best-of-three title match by a 174-172 margin, Rash tied the match with a 255-223 win in game two. Rash then started the decisive final game with six strikes, but lost his momentum and Belmonte struck out for a 256-243 win to claim the $25,000 first prize. Belmonte also earned a PBA International Tour title, his fifth career title, in the final WTBA World Bowling Tour qualifying event leading into the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IV. In the all-American women’s title match, Chicago’s Diandra Asbaty swept California’s Missy Parkin, 204-200, 221-192.
Tim McAuliffe 765
November 28 - December 4, 2012
AT AMF WALLINGTON LANES Josh Swindel 735 By Gloria Volpe At Ocean Lanes
Tuesday Bud Light 4-Man Wow! What excitement… another pin on the wall of fame goes to TJ Valentin for his 300 game. John Jawor just missed with his 290 then added a 255 to finish with high series of 791. Elis Jones hit 280, Jeff Di Domenico had 2 nice 279’s, Kevin (Tito) Jackson 259, Kavin Matawa, Anderson Chae and Chris Judge 258, Alan Kowel 255, Mike Covello, Bob Kozma and Gary Eda all had 254 games. Senior League A great big ‘Way To Go’ for George Locker who just turned 98. There was a cake to celebrate and he bowled a 162-161 139. Not bad for 98 years young. Greg Shenloogian rolled a 210, and Don French tossed 204. Monday Night Trios Our own Steve Cicchetti was the high game scorer with his 259 and added a 254. Austin Masser and Joe Leardo Jr. hit 257, Mike Roman 252, 247-733, Dom Manciini 242, Mike Kavanagh 239, Joe Leardo Sr. and Bill Hansen Sr. 237, 229-664, Mike Stella Jr., Anthony Maisonet and Mike Roman 234, Emmanuel Cruz and Vic Padilla 231. Tuesday Early 5-Man Joe Bargallo’s 279, 259-741 was the high for this league, Brett Contreras tossed 278, Matt Dunning 269, 258-721, Bob Licht 257, Brian Jones 255, Mark Hanley 254, Dennis Richie 252, Tom Twist 247, Mike Semancik, Tony Amello, Jerry Ramierz and Fred O Callaghan all rolled 246, and Dave Livelli posted a 245. Public Safety Guess who had the high scores in this league? None other than the man getting married this week, Kevin (Tito) Jackson bowling games of 268, 236, and 234 in a 738 set. Steve Ondrof and Gerard Schell rolled 233, Kenny Lee was at it again with his 231, 227, 222-680, Edward Schell hit 222, Guy Schwanse 221, and Pablo Spadavecchia 220. LAKEWOOD, NJ – Josh Swindel topped the scoring in the Saturday Scratch Trio League at Ocean Lanes by firing games of 256-267-216 for a high series of 735. Tyler Wolfe shot 279-247-724, Mitchell Collier 235-267-214716, Alan Bank 265, Brendan Williams 258, Kenny Ryan 245, McKenna Coliler 243, Tori Boughton 242, Amber MacLeod 237, Ryan Connor 224, Taylor Kollmer 212, Karsyn Lulisius 205
AT RAB’S COUNTRY LANES
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tim McAuliffe topped the scoring in the Rab Wilkinson Memorial League firing games of 279-248 for a high series of 765. Chris Reebe hit 246-257-713, Ken Jacobs 245-708, Rich Malito 257720, Tom McClenin 258-702, Bob Rinaldi 255-701, Tim McAuliffe 267-690, Keith Wundrlich 247-680, Anthony Vignapiano 267-683, Bob Rinaldi, Sr. 684, Don Schwed 248-673, and Scott Walsh 668.
Rita DiPietro 290
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Rita DiPietro topped the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed Quarters League firing games of 290-211 for a high series of 710. Matt Cohen shot 259-710, John Wilders 258-710, Ross Gottlieb 246243-685, Anthony Jabaily 245-684, Mike Vignola 246-674, Paul Wichnovitz 287-671, Tom O’Sullivan 256, Gene Ledger 251, and Larry Sullivan 245.
November 28 - December 4, 2012
Bill Law 290
FARMINGDALE, NY – Bill Law toped the scoring in the Wednesday Men’s League firing games of 212-290By Vince Albrecht 237 for a high series of 739. Mario Caramico hit 233-261-245-739, Al Houdlett OAKLAND, NJ - The powerful Hackensack 257-214-224-695, James Curran 262-212-656, Joseph H.S. varsity bowling team has added another gun Kelch 264-212, Anthony Gatterdam 258, Roger Costa to their arsenal in southpaw Justin Garcia who III 258-218, and Charlie Turner 257. showed off his talent in the Stan Niemiec Youth Travel action at Holiday Bowl. Lifting his average to 191, Justin fired a triple deuce 643 [220-222Jay McCullough 727 FARMINGDALE, NY – Jay McCullough topped the 201] for Bowler City II which dropped a tight scoring in the Thursday 3-Man League firing games of match to Fair Lawn, 2726-2669; also rolling well for BC II were Kyle Schellberg with 209, 194 and 258-235-234 for a high series of 727. Jeff Fennell rolled 279-251-720, Tony Brown 268- James Kane with 201. Fair Lawn came away with 226-705, Sean Mott 273-223-692, Damon Brown 225- five points on the strength of anchor Steven 246-237-708, Bob Gelfant 227-232-241-700, Joe Plaszky’s 227-576 and Matt Myers’ 224-560. FDU freshman Colette Malyack has the league Costanzo 226-226-244-696, and Michael Berardino high average of 219 after she pummeled the 214-238-234-686. maples with games of 236,215 to finish with 641 and led Holiday II past Bowler City IV, 5-2. Aiding Howie Garfinkel 711 in the victory were Caitlyn Castillo, finishing with FARMINGDALE, NY – Howie Garfinkel led the scor- a season best 199 for a huge above average 511 set ing in the Thursday Goodtimers League firing games of and Frank Olandesi who posted a 188 single. BC 217-259-235 for a high series of 711. IV, despite being shorthanded, managed to grab the Ken Tamburrino rolled 235-214-647, Mike Bagnato opener thanks to fine over average performances 255-645, Mike Herman 256-626, Donna Bertuglia 243 by Mariah McKelvey and Caitlyn Tombo. and Luann Garfinkel 204. Boonton closed to within two points of Holiday I by defeating the league leaders, 2634-2532. Anthony Bruno 706 Anchor Karl Kattermann carved out a three deuce FARMINGDALE, NY – Anthony Bruno led the scor- 623 [200-212-211] and Brian McGrath added a ing in the Monday Night Fourplay League firing games 200 for the winners. Holiday got strong outings from Graham Mulligan 225,191, Ana DeLeon of 280-233 for a high series of 706. Kyle Durfee shot 252-238-660, Kevin Kremler 247- 208,194 and Nick Cilento 191. In another position encounter, Bowler City I 645, Sam Combs 238-225-643, Danny Schrafel 227666, Davind Inloes 224-224-623, and Philip Bruno, Jr. leapfrogged past Montvale into third place, 26622547; Rob Gilbert, Jr. sparked BC I’s offense with 224-623. 200-594; Ryan Perez scored a 210 opener and Vin Santoro added 198,190. Montvale, although down Joe Livolsi 203 one kegler, hung tough as Kyle Ladewig scored a FARMINGDALE, NY – In the Friday Sunshine Kids 189 single to go with above average games from League Joe Livolsi hit 203, Pat Monaco 199, Tom Matt Russell and Shannon Rossi. Becker 196, and Barney Kral and Fai Livolsi 190. Closing out the afternoon session, Bowler City III earned seven points by handily topping the James Prince Tops vacancy score. Leading the way were Patrick FARMINGDALE, NY – James Prince shot 175 in the Sucero 212, Nicholas Reyes 202 and Tiffany Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship League. Sucero 180 while Arielle Wallace impressed with Erin Gallagher rolled 196 and Elizabeth Simmons 161, a big +34 over average. 193 in the Saturday Junior Scholarship League.
Justin Garcia 643, Colette Malyack 641 In Youth Travel at Holiday
Brandon Soedarmasto 696
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brandon Soedarmasto led the scoring in the St. Martin’s Boys League firing games of 208-209-279 for a high series of 696. Greg Mottola shot 215, Diamond Hunter 209, Deanne Rosenberg 211, and Liz Ferraro 201-200. In the St. Martin’s Seniors League Jake Diamond and Kameron O’Neill hit 187.
Ta k e Yo u r Fa m i l y B ow l i n g
November 28 - December 4, 2012
ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
By Michelle Wright ROCKVILLES Maria Elefante came through with a 233 game and a 581 series, Marilyn Cashel threw a 212 game and Stacey Salomides shot a 606 series. TEMPLE AVODAH Brad Ellman was hot with a 279 game and a 672 series and Steve Klein shot a 653 series. V.S. PAL For the Boy’s we have Jon Anderson who shot a 618 series, On the Girl’s side we have Maria Lucente who shot a 203 and a 201 game and a 567 series and Danielle Cuomo also came through with a 201 game. JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIP On the Boy’s end we have Alex Vilardi who shot a 247 and a 231 game and a 680 series, Evan Rudolfsky followed with a 237 game and a 621 series and Adam Glickman came through with a 603 series. On the Girl’s side we have Maria Lucente who shot a 236 game and a 598 series and Christina DiResto came through with a 213 game and a 540 series. MONDAY’S LADES CLASSIC Susan Randel came through with a 225 game. SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED On the Men’s end John Frank shot a 279 game and a 705 series, James Nolan followed with a 277 game and a 750, Yosh Novichonek 266-715, Arthur O’Connor 682, Anthony Phillips shot a 659 series and Peter Fehn threw a 653. For the Woman Michelle Montgoris shot a 236, 216-657, Pam Andorfer followed with a 235, 215-644, Laura Minnig came through with a 228 game, Nancy Karish threw a 224, 213-639, Amy Fehn came in with a 222580, and Donna Gregston with a 212 game. SUNDAY ADULT - JUNIOR For the Men: David Brenner shot a 265 game, Mike Bukovsky Sr. followed with a 258, and Santo Sisclafani came through with a 257. For the Boys: Adam Malave rolled a 267 and a 237 game and a 718 series. For the Girls: Jenn Ackerman shot a 202 game.
Ed Hayes, Jr. 749
November 28 - December 4, 2012
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ed Hayes, Jr. led the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 247-267-235 for a high series of 749. Gabe Ferrari shot 226-246-266-738, Sean Zeleniak 247-210-258-715, Joseph Hendricks 233-233-257-713, Glenn Mohr 247-258-696, Patrick Plate Steve Venito 209-279-681, and Amanda Hermann 200-269-212-681.
Billy Smith 733
HOPELAWN, NJ – Billy Smith led the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 245-277-211 for a high series of 733. Paulo Toy shot 225-276-231-732, Danny Knopf 247-280-202-729, Eric Oppenheimer 258210-241-709, Matthew Manenty 253-237-216-706, Rob D’Onofrio 229-244-227-700, CJ Galloza 255-244-696, and Tom Martino, Jr. 215-212-255-682.
Richard Funk III 728
HOPELAWN, NJ – Richard Funk III topped the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 288-257 for a high series of 728. Kevin Cristi shot 224-254-661, Joe Thurston 219-221-636, Dave Rezes 265-635, Ron Krakowski 205-200-203-608, and Dan Krakowski 223. In the Avenel Youth League Branden Barrese and Rowan Wyatt each shot a high game of 192. Danny Hunter shot 222-225-645, Matt Cestone 212-204-222-638, Ed Napolitano 234-224626, Rob Chalfent 204-211-612, and Adele Rackley 213 in the Iselin AA League.
Rollin E. Ball 668
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rollin E. Ball paced the scoring in the Thursday Nite Mixed League firing games of 214-269 for a high series of 668. Andrew Smith shto 210-205-607, Patrick McWatters 202-221, Matt Cestone 217, Scott Akalewicz 211, and Judy MacBride 203.
Joe Bloodgood 675
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Bloodgood led the scoring in the Family League firing games of 218233-224 for a high series of 675. James Medoro shot 238-244-655, Dave Morgante 228-236-651, Rocco Fortunato 211-237635, Bob Nebus 236, Sal Angotti 231, and Bobby Nebus 210. In the Sunday Nite Mixed League Justin Poli hit 200-209-235-644, KC Carbonilas 247-618, Frank Nebus, and Luis Morales 211, and Cid Stentella 207.
Richard Bienvenue 672
HOPELAWN, NJ – Richard Bienvenue led the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 217-245-210 for a high series of 672. Bobby Rohe rolled 217-212-236-665, Matthew Walker 225-236-660, Bob Service 204-254648, Alberto Tadeo 212-235-627, Jose Medina 210-224-624. In the Knights of Columbus League Anthony Cursi hit 211-237-629, Joeh Poesl 231, and Cid Stentella 200.
John Vignola 660
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Vignola led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 202-220-238 for a high series of 660. Don Anione rolled 201-205-252-658, Andy Shafer 231-224-637, Bill Smith 217-205-203625, and Bonnie DeSimone 236.
Don M. Hellhake 659
HOPELAWN, NJ – Don M. Hellhake paced the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 233-225-201 for a high series of 659. Don E. Hellhake shot 249-218-659, Brian Petretta 227-236-641, and Mike Kennelly 244, and Rolando Vazquez 210.
Kevin Kopko 639
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kopko shot 226-204-209-639, Joe Bloodgood 202-232-630, Sal Angotti 219-224-622, Lyn Bloodgood 209, and Anthony Angotti 218-200 in the Family League. Rene Rodriguez rolled 237-210-632, Mike Acevedo 244-624, Fran Nebus 225-210, and Suzie Bleacher 249-665.