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Vol. 73 No.43 December 26 - 31, 2012 50 cents
John DiSantis Wins PBA East Region Knob Hill Senior Open
By Russ Mills - PBA MANALAPAN, NJ - John DiSantis of Wilmington, Del., defeated Bob Caruso of Dayton, N.J., 242-163 to win his first Professional Bowlers Association East Region title in the Knob Hill Senior Open Sunday at Knob Hill Lanes. DiSantis earned $1,500 while Caruso took home $875 as the runner-up. DiSantis defeated defending champion Gary Shultis of Levittown, N.Y. 234-178, and Caruso defeated Jay Boyle of Garnet Valley, Pa., 245-149, in the semifinal round. Both semifinal round losers earned $675. In the Round of 8 where it’s the best of three games with the losers eliminated and earned $575 each: DiSantis def. David Zelger, Red Lion, Pa., 2-1; Caruso def. Mike Tryniski, Fulton, N.Y., 2-0; Shultis def. John Conroy, Mahopac, N.Y., 2-1; Boyle def. Mike Hastings, Millsboro, Del., 2-1. PBA photo The event saw two perfectos with Gary Shultis, John Conroy Champion John DiSantis on left with Mark Kimball, each posting a 300 game. general manager of Knob Hill Country Lanes.
Stacy Valerius Blasted a 300 At Holiday Bowl
OAKLAND, NJ – Stacy Valerius took the spotlight when she earned top scoring honors in the Tuesday Men’s League at Holiday Bowl firing games of 300-259 for a high series of 739. Dale Lagoda rolled 265-254731, Keith Cienki 268-235-730, Chris Parrilli 279-730, Andrew Davidowicz 247-728, Dave Nagelhout 279-708, Hank Wilcox 268-702, Steve Colombo 238-695, and Russ Smith 248-693.
William Vreeland Sr. Hit 300 At Farmingdale Lanes
FARMINGDALE, NY - William Vreeland, Sr. earned top game and series honors while contesting in the Wednesday Men’s League firing games of 300-247-226 for a high series of 773 at Farmingdale Lanes. Sean Mott shot 268-246-715, followed by David Green rolling 216-256-236-708, Bob O’Keefe 248-234-686, Anthony Gatterdam 259-685, Joe Giammarino, Jr 244227-670, and Joe DiGiacomo 242223-670.
Bill O’Neill Wins Fourth Title in PBA Alka Seltzer Plus Cold Cheetah Championship
By Bill Vint - PBA LAS VEGAS – Bill O’Neill of the GEICO PBA World Langhorne, Pa., completed a dramatic perSeries of Bowling IV, aired formance to win his fourth Professional on ESPN. Bowlers Association Tour title in the Alka “I was definitely confiSeltzer Plus Cold Cheetah Championship, dent today,” O’Neill said. the opening tournament in the 2012-13 “I wanted to get off to a PBA Tour season, at South Point Hotel good start. I knew what I and Casino. needed to do. I had to stay O’Neill, who won his last title in the mentally right and keep 2010 Pepsi Viper Championship, started focused on my game, and the title match with seven strikes and make sure I wasn’t throwcruised to a 243-192 victory over top qualing errant shots.” ifier Mike Wolfe of New Albany, Ind. In his opening match, The title match concluded an uphill batLoschetter started with five PBA photo tle that began when O’Neill barely made it strikes before leaving a 10 Champion Bill O’Neill and wife Christi. into the Round of 16 in 16th place by two pin and missing the spare. pins. After sneaking into the Round of 16, he advanced 12 O’Neill answered with a string of six strikes after convertpositions to qualify fourth for the four-man stepladder finals ing a single-pin spare in his first frame, taking a 23-pin lead by 28 pins. after seven frames which Loschetter couldn’t overcome. In the stepladder finals, O’Neill eliminated Chris He had an easier time against Roche, who missed three Loschetter of Avon, Ohio, 248-223, and Jeff Roche of spare attempts in the first five frames of his national televiDearborn, Mich., 246-177, to advance to the title match sion debut. O’Neill led by only 11 pins after four frames, where he raced to an easy victory over Wolfe. but started a string of eight strikes in the fifth frame and ran The Cheetah Championship finals, conducted as part of away with the victory. “When Jeff started off slow, I got a little complacent and I almost threw one shot in the gutter,” O’Neill said, “but I made the spare, and took a deep breath, and tried not to look ahead to the championship match. “Winning again was definitely important. After not making any TV shows last season, I just wanted to bowl well. I wanted to compete again, and be in the hunt to make shows,” O’Neill added. “I made a lot of top 10s last season, but I never even threatened for a show. That’s what I wanted to do coming into the World Series. I worked really hard on my game over the summer and it’s paying off.” In the title match, O’Neill admitted thoughts of bowling a nationally-televised 300 games began dancing in his head after building a big lead with seven strikes to start the contest. Wolfe, who didn’t throw consecutive strikes until the seventh and eighth frames, was all but eliminated after six frames. “When I got the strike in the seventh frame, I knew I just needed one more mark to lock up the title,” he said. “I got to thinking it would be really cool to shoot 300, because Tony Reyes bowled 300 for his first title on this lane condition, and that was kind of going through my mind. I got a little jittery in the eighth and threw it a little quick, and left the 2-8-10. That’s what happened.”
December 26 - 31, 2012
Mika Koivuniemi Wins Qatar Open, Adds 19th Nation to International Titles List
Bill Vint - PBA DOHA, Qatar – Two-time old Koivuniemi said. Professional Bowlers Koivuniemi, a long-time Association Player of the member of Finland’s Year Mika Koivuniemi, a national bowling team native of Finland now living before joining the PBA in the United States, continand moving to Hartland, ued to expand his unpreceMich., had previously won dented international bowling titles in his home country, portfolio when he won the Sweden, Denmark, Japan, 12th annual Qatar Open Singapore, Korea, Saturday at Qatar Bowling Thailand, Malaysia, Center, making Qatar the Canada, China, Colombia, 19th different country in Spain, France, The which he has won a bowling Netherlands, Slovenia, title. England and Germany as Koivuniemi defeated felwell as the United States. low Finn Tony Ranta, 544The 2003-04 and 2010-11 PBA photo PBA Player of the Year 471, in the two-game total pinfall title match to win a Mika Koivuniemi now holds titles in 19 different and Venezuela’s Amleto countries. first prize of US$39,480. Monacelli (1989 and The tournament was part of 1990) are the only internaqualifying rounds, defeated the growing World Tenpin Sweden’s Martin Larsen, 442- tional players to win Player of the Bowling Association-PBA 385, to advance to the title match Year honors twice. International Tour series, and it while Ranta eliminated 13-time The WTBA-PBA International was the final event of the 2012 PBA Tour titlist Tommy Jones of Tour’s next tournament will be European Bowling Tour season. the International Bowling Simpsonville, S.C., 389-361. Koivuniemi, who led the Qatar "This is my first title in this part Championships presented by field of 142 players from 26 of the world and I'm glad I final- DHC in Aichi-ken, Japan, Jan. countries through the preliminary ly broke that jinx," the 45-year- 17-19.
PBA SPARE SHOTS
By Bill Vint - PBA
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● Reigning U.S. Open champions Pete Weber and Kelly Kulick participated in the annual Chicago Sun-Times/BPA “Beat the Champions” fundraising event in Chicago where they posted target scores which thousands of Chicago area league bowlers will try to beat (with handicap). As part of the event, Weber and Kulick threw strikes in the fifth and 10th frames worth $100 each, raising a combined $1,300 for charity. Kulick earned $800 for Project Restoration to benefit victims of Super Storm Sandy in New Jersey while Weber generated $500 for St. Joachim and St. Ann Care Service, an organization that helps St. Louis area homeless people get back on their feet.
You can't be more amazed than when you spend some time with today’s younger generations. Whether it is them displaying their flying fingers on computers, their flying feet in gymnastics or their rolling the ball and making parents and grandparents take a good second look at their talent, mentally and physically. All sports and all fields have their child prodigies. There have been teenagers in every major sport, and many in their early teens, particularly in swimming and tennis. Many of them have been great or gone on to greatness, at great sacrifice, being forced to grow up too quickly, being forced to choose between fame and fortune early, or after a suitable stretch of education. In the dream world it would be wonderful if every young athlete in every sport was forced to obtain a high school education at a minimum, and college or other advanced training as a recommended path. But the real world doesn't work out so neatly. Some really young baseball, basketball, tennis and hockey phenoms can and do make millions of dollars before they can legally drink or vote. How and when do you tell them they are too young or too unprepared? At 17 they can be accepted into the armed services and put their lives on the line. So how can you realistically ask any youngster talented way beyond their years to put a hold on opportunities and riches that may not be there later. In many cases it is boys against men, and girls against women. But boys grow up fast
these days and women aren't nearly as mere as they used to be. Bowlers are amazingly adept at early ages. You can visit any junior program and see obvious talent. But, at 15 many bowlers have been bowling for a decade, and bowling at pro class calibre for years. By the time they are ready for college, many are ready for a shot at the pro tours or the big money tournaments. Look at the Mark Roths, Johnny Petraglias and Pete Webers and a list of thousands and you could see super stars in the making at ages of 17 or younger. Junior bowlers can't be reminded too often that a 200 game is fine, but an "A" in any subject is better. A tournament win is terrific, but the Honor Roll is more terrific. A 300 game or even a 900 series is great, but a diploma is the greatest. In bowling there is no reason why both areas cannot be encouraged. A high school or college student can utilize his time so much can be spent on bowling and much can be spent on study. And students can map out a schedule that covers both sides, and gives them the best of both worlds. Parents, bowling coaches and bowling officials have a duty to counsel young bowlers and not to put too much pressure on them in either way, except to use common sense. Education should always come first, but bowling is an education too, if used wisely, whether you're a shooting star or a struggler. But always hit the books as hard as you hit the pins.
December 26 - 31, 2012
John Draney and Erin Lynch Shine In High School Crusader Classic
By Vince Albrecht HACKENSACK, NJ - High School Senior John Draney fired 685 to lead North Jersey powerhouse Hackensack to its second consecutive Boys Team Title in the 2nd Annual Crusader Classic at Bowler City. The pre-season top ranked Comets easily outdistanced Jefferson and Paramus Catholic with a 3035 three-game set, finishing with a blistering 1120. The Girls Title went to Holy Angels behind the efforts of senior Erin Lynch 240-579 and junior Clarissa Hernandez 533. Runner-up last year, the Angels were not to be denied this time as the team posted 2485, outscoring second place Immaculate Heart 2358 and third place Paramus Catholic 2287. Other team scores: [Boys] Lakeland 2639, Westwood 2439, Pascack Valley 2405, Bergen Tech 2400, DePaul 2378, Fair Lawn 2316, St Joseph 2236, Northern Highlands 2127, Mahwah 2010, Leonia 1990, Garfield 1934 and Ramapo 1793. [Girls]: Hackensack 2109, Bergen Tech 1916, Lakeland 1880, Northern Highlands 1819, Teaneck 1817 and Mahwah 1798. Other individual highs: [Boys] Joe Malyack [DePaul] 674, Rob Gilbert, Jr [Hackensack] 664, Mike Staples [Jefferson] 621, Justin Garcia [Hackensack] 616, Tyler Knipping [Lakeland] 606 and Charlie Cisek [Lakeland] 606. [Girls] Nikki Vucak [Paramus Catholic] 548, Kathleen Blehl [Immaculate Heart] 537, Nicole Hurler [Immaculate Heart] 518, Anastasia DeLeon [Paramus Catholic] 517 and Hope Miller [Hackensack] 507.
Joe Cifrodella Wins Marathon
LODI, NJ - The scores were hot and heavy in the Goodbrothers 5Game Handicap Marathon at Lodi Lanes, with a 299 from Jimmy Medina, a 290 from Tom Flynn, and a 279/278 combo by Dave Cahoon. Joe Cifrodella didn't shoot those, but a steady consistent stream of 230's and 240's led him to the win and the $1,000 first prize. Flynn, who came in second for $700, walked off with over a grand taking the scratch division.
Mike Guglielmino 749 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Mike Guglielmino led all pin attackers with scores of 211-279-259 for a strong 749 series to lead an active night of high scorers in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Mike Semancik Jr. rolled 255-712, Eddie Rojas 290-675, Ed Bakelaar Sr. 235-672, Joe Leardo Jr. 245-663, Scott Dunning 266-657, Joe Meyers 242656, and Joe Leardo 228-656.
PBA STAR CHRIS BARNES UNDERGOES GALL BLADDER SURGERY
Former PBA Player of the Year Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, will be home for the holidays after undergoing gall bladder removal surgery Tuesday, according to a Facebook note posted by his wife, Lynda Barnes. The 14-time PBA Tour titlist had just returned home from the Qatar Open, where he finished 13th. Barnes had been experiencing abdominal pain recently, and an ultrasound performed upon his return identified gall stones, Lynda Barnes reported. He was released from the hospital Thursday morning. Assuming no complications, Barnes said he expects to participate in the fifth annual Chris Paul PBA League All-Stars fundraiser on Jan. 7 in Los Angeles.
December 26 - 31, 2012
Adult Leagues Monday Early Birds: Kevin Bradley 278-655, Mike Riley 244-629; Ed Hardy 243; Ken George 226; Judy Larick 201-483, Frances Haines 184-466; Betty Hessler 182; Leeann Chervnsik 166-489 County Tuesday Night Mixed: Gene Pukas 278687, Matthew Wood 258, Daivd Martorana 255, PJ Adams 245, Nichole Spratford 259-664, Carol Fischer 225-629, Sandy Turner 214-617, Morgan Dunlap 207 Morris Hills Mixed: Bob McClaughan 190-504, Andy Romo 171-459, Bill Woodbury 158-432, Sal Antoniello 155, Beth Williams 197-505, Marie Romo 172, Nancy Kolbusch 162, Jeanne Moscella 159 Rockaway Women: Marybeth Kanouse 222-513, Lois Kehmna 207-577, Susan Chillemi 192-496, Kathy Bradley 191, Tammy Baldwin 190, Annette Rossi 187, Claudia Lupfer 169, Tracy O’Leary 168 Rockaway Foursome: Ed Cook 237-636, Peter Furio 235; George Dakak Jr. 234, Joe Serico 226628, Liesl Apgar 226-613, Joyce Hulbert 212-592, Rosa Bono 201, Barbara Domino 200-548, Liza DiNapoli 526 Rockaway Mixed: Bob Olsead 255-685, Jim Testa 248-630, Lee Johnson 236-598, Tom Colucci 226593, Kristina Arocho 279-744, Keri May 216-618, Lynne Coleman 214-573, Nidia Haneveld 214-563 Friday Nite Mens: Ricky Exner 269-727, James Lindsay 264-695, Brandon Draughn 246-640, Chris Morris 243-game, Manuel Matia 234, Ken George 226, Frank Gumka 224 Friday Tri-Mixed: Daryl Frank 177-509, Mike Svetik 167-454, Fred Driver 164-470, Michelle Halko 159-457, Joann Mossi 150-436, Amy Caselli 119-334 Spanish American Mixed: Jim Westergaard 268689. Tyrone Waal 267-736, Beny Nieves 258-671, Lynne Coleman 225-627 Fox Hills Seniors: Arch Seamans 207-game, Rick martone 199-519, Louis Ecanosti 197, Pearl Truab Johnson 163-461, Rich Martone 199-519, Louis Ecanosti 197-524, Marilyn Forte 152-404 PBA Experience – bowled on changing PBA lane conditions: Allen Apgar 279-619, Rob Sperling 226584, Larry Timpson 223-554, Ken Yokobosky 213557, Scott Van Syckle 212-577, Gary Malone 211577, Tom Lulewicz 204, Tim Panek 199 NorBu Lodge: Bill Karpack 236-644, Chris Bakos 234-612, John Jenkins 209, Darlene Krzanowski 195-510, Lynn Perry 181-516, Darsy Baadshaug 178 Friday Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 237, Fred Driver 208-567, Daryl Frank 181, Michelle Halko 188-508, Joann Mossi 150-388, Amy Caselli 136-575
Matt Russo 764
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Matt Russo topped the scoring in the Saturday Scratch Trio League firing games of 269-226-269 for a high series of 764. Kenny Ryan rolled 224-246257-727, Jared Stuart 231-238, Tyler Wolfe, Ryan Klem, and Curtis Pachtinger 236, Shaun Dillon 234, Noah Zawadzky and Justin Savers 233, Brandan Williams, and Sydney Scelfo 223, McKenna Collier 220, Karsyn Lukosius 214, and Brandy Collins 210.
Charles Wilfong 682
MADISON, NJ – Charles Wilfong led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League firing a 256 game for a high series of 682. Thomas Litland rolled 202, and Diane Sinclair 201. Lisa Gibbons rolled 216, Fran Schneiderman 197, and Jackie Barnum 189 in the Women’s League.
Tony Evans 667
MADISON, NJ – Tony Evans led the Tuesday 400 Doubles rolling a 264 for a high 667 series. Dave Hanft shot 227-608, and Jimmy Granato 213. In the Monday Nite Ladies League Beth van Ness shot 216, Jodi Belli 194, and Karin Sainato 189.
Cullen Asaro, Craig Rossi 224
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Cullen Asaro and Craig Rossi each fired a high game of 224 in the Saturday Junior Classic League. Robert Guzman shot 220-205, Andrew Lazarchick 205, Nicole Aumack 204, John Boughton 202, Billy Riley 196, and Alex Lauren Zano 192.
Victor Pitra 643
MADISON, NJ – Victor Pitra rolled 231-643, Billy Piccola 225631, Bruce Sanfilippo and Gary Keller 222, and Greg Vogler rolled 600 in the Livingston Business Men’s League.
Joey Tedesco 201
LAKEWOOD, NJ – In the Saturday Pin Hitters League Joey Tedesco shot 201, Joey Schamber 159, Livia Spalluto 140, Sean Hasmiller 129, and Angel Gonzalez Jr. 128.
Danny Tanelli 233
MADISON, NJ – Danny Tanelli paced the scoring in the Junior/Major Breakfast League tossing the high game of 233. Tyler Bongo shot 222, Robert Dobler 221, and Janny Wageman 192.
AT AMF WALLINGTON LANES
By Gloria Volpe
Monday Night Trios Tommy Muszynski came up with the high score of the night with a 279 game followed by Nick Kochell 264 252 243 759, Anthony Maisonet 259, Dave Cirkus 258, Chris Vitale 257 724, Jack Janko 250, Chris Vitale 248, our own Steve Ratkowski 245, Ray Muszynski 245, Sherry Wattenberg 244, Chris Ferrara 238, Mike Kavangh 237, Sean Wendelken 236, Our own up and coming bowler Linda Rose 237 along with Mike Kavanagh 237, Jose Corniel 235, Austin Masser and Joe Learo Jr. 235. Tuesday Early 5-Man Mike Cutola had the high score of 279, Mike Semancik 265, 257 was a hot number with Doug Weiler, Tom Twist and Steve Mansfield all shooting 257, John Rebecky 245, Keith Schirmer 244, nino Polanco 242, Jerry Ramirez 241, Bill Cappiello , Joe D Amico and Matt Dunning with 236. Tuesday Bud Light 4 Man Peter Polgar, Jason Rybak, Bob Kozma all had a nice high game for the night posting 268. Jeremy Rybak and Bruc Radigan each rolled 267-741, Jerry Ramirez 265, Mike Covello, Jeff DiDomenico, Tom Twist and Sejin Uh all had 258, Tom Twist finished the night adding a 257 for a 751 set. Public Safety Kenny Lee is the head liner again with his 278 I guess fatherhood is agreeing with him. Bill Zika had a nice 259, Bobby Truppner had 2 nice games rolling a 244 and a 241 en route to a 659 series. Jeff Lehbrink bowled a 241, Tito Jackson 235, Dennis Figueroa 225 along with Mike Smith.
USBC MASTERS QUALIFIERS AT CORAM COUNTRY AND FARMINGDALE LANES
Maple Family Center’s Coram Country Lanes, 615 Middle Country Road, Coram, 11727, phone 631732-2022, www.coramcountrylanes.com and Farmingdale Lanes, 999 Conklin Street, Farmingdale, 11735, phone 631-249-4300 www.farmingdalelanes.com are hosting weekly USBC Master Qualifiers. At Coram Country Lanes, bowlers may choose one or two evenings, Monday and Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. to enter the 3-Game Qualifier. Entry is $30.00 for 1st. qualifier and $20.00 for all re-entries. At Farmingdale Lanes a Wednesday evening 10:00 p.m. 3-Game Qualifier is being offered. The same entry fees apply. These are weekly events through January 2013. The top 5 qualifiers advance to in-center finals where they’ll compete for fully paid entries to the 2013 USBC Masters, at Carolier Lanes, New Jersey in February this is a $500 value. For more information please call Coram Country or Farmingdale Lanes.
December 26 - 31, 2012
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Joe Giammarino, Jr. 298
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Giammarino, Jr. topped the scoring in the Wednesday Men’s League firing a high game of 298. Sean Mott shot 267, Anthony Gatterdam 267-258-722, Frank Magro 258, Brian Bealie 258226, Ellen Moorehead 257-247, Marco Caramico 255, Mac McNally 230-254-215-698, Paul Mazza 252, Vernon Brown 248, Muggs Law 247-232-242-721, Mike Maisono 247-225, BJ Fuller 246-238-703, Joe Inzirillo 246, and Steve Brandt 245.
Lloyd Hasluck 685
FARMINGDALE, NY – Lloyd Hasluck led the scoring in the Wednesday Party League firing games of 223-248-214 for a high series of 685. Eric Vazquez rolled 234-215-651, David Brand 238, Mike Marrazzo 237, and Katie Rahner 234.
Ron Demuth 664
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ron Demuth led the scoring in the Thursday Goodtimers League firing games of 279-244 for a high series of 664. Howie Garfinkel rolled 253226-647, Steve Butera 257-216635, John Tiska 237, Ken Tamburrino 230, Pat Berardino and Donan Bertuglia 208.
Ralph Ehrlich 665
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ralph Ehrlich paced the scoring in the Monday Night Fourplay League firing games of 258-222 for a high series of 665. Dan Leddy rolled 238-220-655, Bert Messina 237-236-659, George Crenshaw 248-212-650, Jim Tortorice, Jr. 225-222-647, Shari Kessler 223-204, Christine Pendegrast 214, and Linda Stephanopoulos 205.
Bill Kremlicka 662
FARMINGDALE, NY – Bill Kremlicka led the scoring in the Tuesday Nite Owls League firing games of 247-231 for a high series of 662. Victor Cassano shot 230-642, Don Price 236-640, Joe Kotowicz 238, and Mike Kremlicka 235. Jerry Hoeler rolled 204, Joe LiVolsi 203, and Bill Platania 201 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League.
Craig Bogart 717
FARMINGDALE, NY – Craig Bogart led the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing games of 247-266-204 for a high series of 717. Jeremy Schuster rolled 248214-254-716, Joe Panariello 236, Paul Burns 226-618, and Rainer Lattier 223.
December 26 - 31, 2012
ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
By Michelle Wright
WEDNESDAY MIXED On the Men’s end we have Terry Boyle who shot a 267 game and a 663 series; Kevin Sullivan followed with a 259 game and a 654 series; George Benzola Sr. came through with a 257 game; John Howarth bowled a 256 game and a 710 series; Jason Grim followed with a 255 game and a 713 series; Les Forrai bowled a 729 series;
Salvatore Panzarella threw a 707 series; Keith Benenati finished with a 691 series; Rob Benenati came through with a 677 series; Joe Gavin bowled a 659 series; Bruce Skellington shot a 656 series; On the Woman’s end we have Maria Price who shot a 235 game and a 643 series and Jill Dibari bowled a 221 game and a 611 series.
FRIDAY MIXED On the Men’s end we have John Labau who shot a 300 game and a 732 series; Paul Smith followed with a 288 game and a 689 series; Chris Mastrantuono threw a 280 game and a 661 series; Tony Depperman came through with a 269 game and a 709 series; Brian Leighow followed with a 258 game and a 718 series; Birdman McCormick threw a 255 game and a 661 series; John Hodge shot a 720 series; Alex Bogolubsky came through with a 686 series; James Kein followed with a 676 series and Ed Rasa finished with a 657 series; On the Woman’s end we have Christina Kenny 242 game and a 638 series; Gina Lella came through with a 224 game and a 584 series and Maggie Cosby came in with two 215 games and a 624 series TUESDAY MEN Eric Paulson came through with a 273 game and a 684 series; John Curcio shot a 268 game and a 653 series; Kairaba Paterson threw a 676 series; Michael Piscatelli came through with a 656 series and Eric Paulson Jr. finished with a 651 series.
SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED On the Men’s end we have Arthur O’Conner who shot a 288 and a 265 game and a 778 series; John Frank followed with a 268 game and a 726 series; Rich Rothmansky came through with a 258 game; Jarvis Skellington chimed in with a 258 game also and ended with a 657 series; Rob Lellig and Ray Wolff both came in with a 256 game; Matthew Stanisic threw a 704 series; Jason Simonetti came through with a 684 series; Anthony Phillips threw a 671 series and Yosh Novichonek bowled a 660 series; On the Woman’s end we have Michelle Montgoris came in with a 249 game and a 644 series; Nacy Karish came through with a 215 and a 212 game and a 624 series; Ginny Herman followed with a 213 game and Laura Minnig threw a 210 game V.S. PAL Stefania Cuomo came through with a 221 and a 213 game and a 585 series and Maria Lucent finished with a 516 series.
In the Monday Seniors: Joe Marsiello 223, 206, Michael Sala 221, 204-625, Bob Haskin 210, Fred Tavarelli 201, Louise Rauch 212. In the Monday LIA: Peter Taormina 278, Brian Sulzbach 278, 257-772, Brian Selwin 277, Gary Campanelli 268, Chris Schnepp 258, Shawn Blessinger 712-267, April Rucci 224,220, Jen Zappolo 213,212, Ed Werbeck 279,716, Seth Marcus 268, Marlo Weissman 234. In the Tuesday Early Birds: Christine Kempf 230, KDiane Parziale 213, 213, 203, Anne Zajack 208, Jenn D’lorio 202, 220, Karen Bernardo 234, 223-625, Ginger Keinath 215, Dana Brust 203. In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Joe Macaluso 210, Ed Born 204, Cappy Caporusso 203, 226, 202, 202-630, Pat Bresnahan 207, Bob Archer 203, Tina DeLemps 203. In the Young @ Heart Seniors: Pete Thomasefsky 226, 214-645; 248, 233-683, Bob Haskin 212, Bob Ssandkuhl 204, 217, Richie Coyer 204, Rocky Torrieri 203, Nancy 222, Ray Wilson 218. In the Thursday Hits and Misses: Jim Fenimore 256, Jerry Packard 243, Jimmy Moore 236, Brian Beale 235,701.
December 26 - 31, 2012
AT SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES
In the Thursday Charles McShane: Ed Werbeck 278, Paul Thivierge 277, Joseph Mormando 266, Keith Pappas 266, Steve Miller Sr. 265, Pete Cornell 257, Ryan Weinstein 257. In the Friday Astoria Federal Men: Mike Clark 289,279,770, William Ramos 268, Anthony Gatterdam 246, Neal Krys 238. In the Friday Hockey Fans: Nick Terracciano 255,247, Jim DiStefano 251, Ronnie Simon 243, Miyuki Yoshida-Hay 223. In the Saturday Parrrot Heads: John Cunningham Jr. 280,756, Ed Doyle 247,245,703. In the Sunday AM Trios: Chris Goss 288,256,719, Iceman Risi 279, Keith Hengel 268-279, Dave Diamond 267,256,750, Luciano Gaglione 257,255, Erik Snow 255, Swifty Catapano 280, Mike Brill 278,735, Ed Stadtlander 259, Eddie Norton 258, Frank Yodice Jr. 255. In the BK Sweeneys: Mike Gregorio 258686, Joe McLaughlin 242, Nick Godosis 234, Joe Pascalli 258, Jeff Miller 240, Rich O’Neill 238.
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
John Roam 765
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Roam topped the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League firing games of 247-228-290 for a high series of 765. Ryan Branson rolled 226-279-257-762, Anselmo Roque 217-295-230-742, Jason Paro 266-245-201-712, Rami Ahmed 279236-707, Kevin Shields 268-213-221-702, Scott Porto 253-248-698, Cesar Galloza 220257-676, and Joe Plescia 233-218-223-674. In the Bank League John Sidorko rolled 245624. Brent Evans shot 216, Maryann Todd 179.
Gabe Ferrari 756
HOPELAWN, NJ – Gabe Ferrari mopped the maples to lead the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 247-267-242 for a high series of 756. Travis Tilley rolled 216-268-257-741, Steve Venito 237-231-239-707, Paulo Toy 247-236216-699, Jim Bini 262-223-213-698, Angelo Fallacaro, Jr. 211-275-211-697, and Jaime Mugnone 213-243-217-673.
Michael Morris 716
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Morris topped the scoring in the NJ Turnpike League firing games of 280-237 for a high series of 716. Caferino Rivera shot 244-612, Larry Clarke 237, and Joyce Ellison 192. In the Merck League John Strauss shot 213253-637, Jimmy Griffin 222-224, Andrew Siarkiewicz and Bob Zullo, Sr. 217, and Mike Eglesia 213. In the Thursday Mixed Nuts League Don E. Hellhake topped the leader board rolling 279614, Don M. Hellhake 201-214, Rolanco Vazquez 213, and Bill Aker, Jr. 193.
Rob D’Onofrio 746
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rob D’Onofrio topped the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 245-245-256 for a high series of 746. Steven Baum, Jr. hit 201-279-264-744, Matthew Manenty 248-224-239-711, Willie Zammitto 202-259-247-708, Paulo Toy 238248-679, Ed Kurylo 269-204-202-675, Michael Consiglio 230-228-201-659, and Danny Kropf 234-268-656.
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