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Vol. 73 No.51 February 20 - 26, 2013 50 cents

Andres Gomez Wins Back-to-Back PBA Carmen Salvino Classic Titles
By Bill Vint - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. career PBA Tour title. Colombia native “It’s incredible,” Andres Gomez, who Gomez said. “I knew it won his first was going to be a tough Professional Bowlers match, but I started Association Tour title striking and that was it. in the 2012 Carmen “I don’t know if the Salvino Classic at age second title feels better 38, successfully than the first,” he added. defended his title with a “Everyone says winning 246-197 victory over the first title is the top qualifier D.J. toughest. I bowled Archer of Friendswood, against one of the best Texas, at Thunderbowl in the world (Wes Lanes. Malott) to win the first The Salvino Classic, time, but this one – conducted during the because there were only PBA Detroit Winter two spots just to get to Swing, aired on the TV shows – was PBA photo very tough as well.” ESPN. Gomez, a long-time Colombian Andres Gomez denies D.J. Archer’s bid Archer, who made his for first PBA Tour title. international competisecond career television tor before deciding to appearance, has never become a full-time PBA Tour competitor, start- won a PBA Tour title. His best previous finish ed the title match with six strikes and was never was fourth in the 2004 United States Bowling seriously challenged in winning his second Congress Masters.

Len Camporeale 803 at Majestic
HOPELAWN, NJ – Len Camporeale topped the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League at Majestic Lanes tossing a near perfect 299 game then adding a 248 and 256 for the meeting high series of 803. Harold Baker rolled 255-243233-731 followed by Andy Polildura tossing 247-248-232727, Kyle Olesko 267-233-222722, Ray Hasselbrook 229-237250-716, Joe Lampariello 267256-712, Jason Paro 242-225-237704, Nick Cristosi 236-256-212704, Kevin Kopko 216-246-238700, Ray Velazquez 259-234-699, Ken Horvath 223-268-689, Rob Hasselbrook 262-226-689, and Daniel Lopez 237-205-247-689.

Tim Dunkerly 300 at Holiday
OAKLAND, NJ – Tim Dunkerly earned top honors in the Tuesday Men’s League at Holiday Bowl firing perfect with a 300 game then adding games of 249 and-220 for the session high series of 769. John Alessandrello rolled 276248-749, Robert Bauer 277-237729, Al Winkler 255-255-726, Stacy Valerius 269-252-715, Keith Cienki 258-231-714, Dave Nagelhout 252-236-700, and Jack Baldwin 257-692

Eric Smyth Blasted 298-788 At Farmingdale Lanes
FARMINGDALE, NY – Eric Smyth topped the scoring in the Thursday 3-Man League at Farmingdale Lanes firing games of 298 and 279 en route to the session high series of 788. Jeremy Schaffer rolled 289246-239-774, Joe Traina, Jr. 279, Marc Bieler 278-247-717, Jay McCullough and Rob D’Alto 277, Joe Novara 269-266-268-803, Joe Costanzo 245-258-257-760, and Robert O’Connor 267-258-736.

Frank Wilkinson, Kevin Russell Jr. to Serve on USBC Youth Committee
By Terry Bigham - USBC

ARLINGTON, Texas - Frank Wilkinson of Staten Island, N.Y., and Kevin Russell Jr. of Orlando, Fla., have been selected by the United States Bowling Congress Board of Directors to serve on the USBC Youth Committee. Each was recommended by the USBC Nominating Committee and will begin their three-year committee terms starting with the 2013-14 season. Wilkinson currently chairs the USBC Youth Committee and has served on the committee for the last six years. The proprietor of Rab's Country Lanes, a family-owned bowling center in Staten Island, he is a USBC Board member and has served on the audit, executive director review, nominating and strategic planning committees. He is an active member of the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America, president of the Staten
Frank Wilkinson

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Island USBC and serves on the board of directors of the National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS). Russell recently graduated from Robert Morris University with a master's degree in business administration and is in the management training program at Walt Disney World. The 2010 USBC Youth Ambassador of the Year, he was a four-year member of the Robert Morris bowling team. The Youth Committee monitors and promotes USBC youth programs, and makes recommendations regarding youth-specific benefits and events. It also elects youth representatives to the USBC Board. Wilkinson and Russell will join Ray Baty, Brent Bowers, Cera Dailey, Erik Galganski, Debra Haggerty, Rick Pittser and Dominick Savage on the committee for the 2013-14 season.



February 20 - 26, 2013

New York City WTT KingPins Win PBA League Carmen Salvino Round
By Bill Vint - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. – Behind consecutive strikes by Tommy Jones, Pete Weber and Scott Norton, Billie Jean King’s New York City WTT KingPins defeated the top qualifying team, Kevin Hart’s Philadelphia Hitmen, 222-198, to win the PBA League Carmen Salvino round at Thunderbowl Lanes. The second of five rounds of PBA League competition aired on ESPN. With their win in the Salvino round, the KingPins (John Szczerbinski, Jack Jurek, Jones, Weber and Norton) earned 12 points toward the Elias Cup finals, which will be held March 31 at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis. After two events, the KingPins lead Jesse Williams’ BROOKLYN STyLES in the points race, 24-20. “This was a blast for me,” Weber, the KingPins’ franchise player, said. “There was no choice but to have Scott (Norton) bowl anchor. He was the hottest bowler in the building during the Detroit Winter Swing. And I wanted John (Szczerbinski) to lead off because he’s that good. He showed us where we needed to throw the ball and that’s what we fed off of.” Szczerbinski is an experienced team competitor as a Team USA member and a former collegiate AllAmerican at Wichita State. In the semifinal match, Jurek, Jones, Weber and Norton put together a string of four strikes which helped the KingPins topple the hometown-favorite Motown Muscle, 225-192. In the opening match, Norton struck in the fifth frame and three times in the 10th to lock up a 223191 win over Terrell Owens’ Dallas Strikers. The Strikers, who finished eighth in the Salvino qualifying round, earned their berth in the stepladder finals when Rhino Page out-lasted a field of 11 in the Clash eliminator, where each player threw one ball and the lowest scoring player was eliminated until only one player remained. Page nipped the Silver Lake Atom Splitters’ Chris Barnes, 10-9, in the final round to win the elimination event.

16-year-old Jake Rollins 290-770 In Youth Travel At Holiday Bowl
By Vince Albrecht OAKLAND, NJ - The Stan Niemiec youth travelers, led by 16-yearold Jake Rollins, broke loose at Holiday Bowl for ten “600+” sets and thirty-seven deuces. When the pins looked from their pin deck to see Jake preparing to deliver that thunder ball of his, they wanted to find a place to hide, but alas, they were rendered helpless when the talented Rollins fired his ball down the lane. After a 212 opener, Jake, whose Glen Rock team won the Bergen County Boys championship on Saturday, zoned in from game two’s second frame through the finale’s sixth frame, stringing seventeen strikes en route to games of 290-268 to finish with 770, lifting his twenty-one game average to 244...yikes! His Fair Lawn teammate Steven Plaszky added 204-200, but it wasn’t enough to overtake Holiday I, which won five points with a 1002-2827 effort. Anchor Anastasia DeLeon powered her mates with 266-225: 678 and was assisted by Nick Cilento 222-204: 618, Graham Mulligan 206205 and Lilly Sigona 185. In a key position week match-up, Bowler City II took over first place by sweeping past Boonton. Southpaw Justin Garcia led the onslaught with 234-220: 622 with ample support from Jonmikal Sepero 222-222: 612 and Kyle Schellberg 207; Boonton’s only deuce was Karl Kattermann’s 203. Bowler City I blitzed Bowler City IV with 983-2811 behind Rob Gilbert, Jr 247: 686, Ryan Perez 247: 602, Eric Grabusnik 222 and Vinny Santoro 216-203. BC III’s best came from Patrick Sucero 204, Arielle Wallace 202 and ten-year-old Louis Ferrante 166. Montvale opened with a stellar 1010 handicap score and went on to take five points from Holiday II. The victors were buoyed by Katie Didonato’s 224: 580, a season high, along with deuces from Matthew Russell 216 and Kyle Ladewig 213. Holiday II registered six “200s”, but couldn’t bridge the gap, dropping the finale by five pins. The quartet all had a hand in the comeback effort: Kevin Macchia 243-214: 651, Colette Malyack 234: 605, Joe Malyack 213: 600 and Frank Olandesi 214-202. Bowler City IV earned seven points by comfortably surpassing average thanks to Nick Ferrante 214, Caitlyn Tombo 202, Greg Khan 201 and Nathan Tombo 199.

In the Monday LIA: Kyle Ludwig 279-256, Ed Werbeck 258-260,258,763, Steve Koopmann 257, Pete Taormina 247, Barbara Lintz 245, Jen Zappolo 237-227, JoAnn Orlando 202, Keith Pappas 290,746, Buddy Bielanski 256, Peter Taormina 248, Joseph Morreale 247, Alicia Defino 243. In the Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Mike Gregorio 259,258,742, Joe McLaughlin 237, Dawn Hastings 205. In the Swingtime Seniors: Gene Kelly 209,210,671, Joe Visone 219, George Kinkel 214, Joe Macaluso 210, Cappy Caporusso 202. In the Ladies Scratch: Virginia Vannier 215,246,660, Kathy Wodzinski 214. In the Hicksville Elks: Paul Devito 267, John McCormick 266,676, George Doll 237, Chuck Coene 237, Susie Lew 266. In the Hits and Misses: Jim Fenimore 268,660, Joe Dolezal 260, Irv Freed 248,696, Jimmy Moore 244. In the Charles McShane 3-Man: Gerard Pascale 279,270,729, Sam Brenner 270,730, Keith Hengel 258, Tris Schnarwyler 258, George Anderson 257, Paul Thivierge 255,703. In the Thursday Night Foursome: Al Green 279,259,713, Steve Terech 279,725, Sean Thompson 279, Nick Spinelli 279, Marcus White 265, Kyle Ludwig 735.

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February 20 - 26, 2013

Brian Beale 280
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brian Beale blasted a high game of 280 in the Wednesday Men’s League. Mark Colaizzo shot 277-265724, Bay Stauder 268-218, Joseph Kelch 268-236-695, Paul Verderosa 266-219-696, Charlie Turner 258-236-694, Mark McNally 257-225-718, Anthony Gatterdam 244-247-233-724, and Steve Gonzalez 248-233-694.


Jordan Lopez 300 Nick Reyes 299, WALLINGTON Evan Strassberg 289 in LANES Bergen County Boys Tournament By Gloria Volpe
By Vince Albrecht HACKENSACK, NJ - Lyndhurst sophomore Jordan Lopez refined his two-hand delivery, resulting in a record 300 game, 802 set in the morning session of the Bergen County Boys Tournament at Bowler City. He became only the third bowler to register a perfect game in the tournament and the first since Ridgefield Park’s Steve Fernandez in 2003. Lopez’ six-game 1427 is the highest since 1988 when Cliffside Park’s Mark Orofino posted 1434. The fresh oil was advantageous to the players, many of whom rang up impressive numbers early. Bergenfield freshman Nick Reyes’ twelfth delivery was a tad high in the pocket, leaving him with 299 and Glen Rock freshman Evan Strassberg strung the first ten before settling for 289. The afternoon three-game block proved to be more challenging for the participants who needed to adjust to the drier lanes. When all was said and done, Glen Rock captured the Group I-II title and became the first small school to win the overall championship since Queen of Peace in 2006, when they outdistanced Group III-IV winner Hackensack, 6022-5866. Group I-II results: Glen Rock 6022, Lyndhurst 5548, Westwood 5405, Fort Lee 5303, Rutherford 5086, New Milford 4864, Ramsey 4840, St Joseph [Montvale] 4843, Queen of Peace 4757, Dumont 4604, Pascack Hills 4555, Mahwah 4532, Ridgefield Park 4467 and Leonia 4447. Group III-IV: Hackensack 5866, Indian Hills 5690, Pascack Valley 5502, Ridgewood 5468, Fair Lawn 5170, Bergen Tech 5114, Paramus Catholic 5111, Bergen Catholic 5091, Northern Highlands 4972, Paramus 4625, Don Bosco 4485, Demarest 3884 and Ramapo 3805. Individual high games: Jordan Lopez [Lyndhurst] 300-266, Nick Reyes [Bergenfield] 299, Evan Strassberg [Glen Rock] 289, Matt Trento [New Milford] 278, Graham Mulligan [Indian Hills] 266, Tyler Blind [Glen Rock] 257, Steve Doughty [Bergen Tech] 256255, Justin Goldschmidt [Fair Lawn] 256, John Hirakawa [Glen Rock] 256, Dakota Krokus [Westwood] 256, Josh Taylor [Northern Highlands] 256, Danny Bivin [Rutherford] 255-252 and Mike Schlesinger [New Milford] 250. Top individual six-game totals: Jordan Lopez 1427, Steve Doughty 1357, Danny Bivin 1314, Rob Gilbert, Jr [Hackensack] 1305, Andy Wierzbicki [Indian Hills] 1286, Tyler Blind 1279, Josh Taylor 1259, Dakota Krokus 1252, John Draney [Hackensack] 1250, Zack Flicker [Ridgewood] 1245, Dean Edwards [Bergen Tech] 1239, Jake Rollins 1235, Ryan Vasel [Pascack Valley] 1230, Andy Cirillo [Westwood] 1216, Rob Borrelli [Pascack Valley] 1214 and Justin Goldschmidt 1208.

Jeremy Schuster 719
FARMINGDALE, NY – Jeremy Schuster led the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing games of 269-236 for a high series of 719. Wayne Embleton rolled 244-226680, Eric Tilton 258-644, Paul Burns 233-222, Joe Giamarino, Jr. 226, Craig Bogart 222, Derrick Dobert 212, and Anthony Palazzo 206. In the Sunday Adult/Junior League Bill Snyder shot 223-626.

Bud Light Tuesday Four Man Congratulations to team ‘I Guess Tuesday Is It’ for winning first place in the first half it was a very exciting night it came down to the last game and the last frame but they won by 1 pt. Frank Shultz had the high game of the night with his 279 followed close behind Tom Twist with a 278.Travis Komar 268,Jamie Reid 267, Bruce Radigan 267,266-722, AJ Johnson finally had a nice game of 259 along with John Jawor, Paul Tortorici 258, Ken Scholmann came into sub and had two nice games of 257. On the Senior Front James Hines had two nice games of 245 and 238, Walt Taormina Sr. and Ralph Meranti each tossed a 200 game. Thursday Early Mixed Shaun Dunnings 279, 224, 224727was the high score of the night. Leo Castillo 248 along with Ken Scheck 248, Charles (Honey) Jackson 245, 227-676, Dom Mancini filling in for his son had a nice 241, Bill Ohneck 234 along with Cas Kostnicki 234, and Billy Walker 229. For the ladies Joyce O’Keefe 211, Lori Biggy 209, and Sandy Loiacono rolled a 204 game. G & L Friday Night Mixed Steve Nordt had the high game of the night with his 278, 226-725 followed by Jason Fistunenko 276, Gianvite Clavelli 256 , Joely Jackowitz had two nice games of 248 and 247 in a 696, Todd Rozza and Jose Lopez hit 246 , Nicky Torres 243, Ed Smith 235, Moe Voorshees 232, Ken Kruger 234, and Ron Gilbert 232.

Brian Siemers 720
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brian Siemers led the scoring in the Wednesday Party League firing games of 278-215-227 for a high series of 720. Mike Marrazzo and Richard Johnson shot 244, Alex Gordono 225, and Katie Rahner 222.

Chris DePierro 698
FARMINGDALE, NY – Chris DePierro led the Monday Night Fourplay League firing games of 279-235 for a high series of 698. Danny Schrafel hit 235-227-217679, Danny Ricobono 235, and Kyle Durfee 219-227-216-661. In the Monday AM Seniors League Bill Platania shot 215, and Genevieve Kelin 197. Fai Livolsi shot 224, Bill Platania 214, Ken Lauri 208, and Joe Livolsi 204 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League.

Ken Reid 258
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ken Reid and Steve Clickner rolled 258, Tom Gomez 247, Tom Altamura 244-212, Mike Testa 236, Allen Gano 234-206, and Al Viso 232 in the Sunday Nite Friends League.

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February 20 - 26, 2013

By Michelle Wright FRIDAY MIXED On the Men’s end we have Rob Burling, David Simon and Tim O’Brien who all shot 279 games, Rob finished with a 728 series, David bowled a 668 series and Tim shot a 266 game and a 784 series; John Hodge followed with a 278 game and a 740 series; Walter Wilmott came through with a 268 game and 664 series; Tony Depperman threw a 257 game; Steve Lella came through with a 256 game and a 685 series; Steve Patitucci bowled a 255 game; Chris Mastrantuono shot a 254 game; John Labau finished with a 715 series; Chris Lucchese threw a 676 series and Tom Carley bowled a 664 series; On the Woman’s end we have Gina Lella who shot a 236 game and a 610 series; Christina Kelly followed with a 235 game and a 618 series; Debbie Potasso came through with a 225 game and a 618 series; Joann Wingate threw a 217 game and Maggie Cosby finished with a 598 series. SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED On the Men’s end we have Yosh Novichonek who shot a 279 game and a 677 series; Anthony Phillips followed with a 266 game and a 665 series; Matthew Stanisic came through with a 266 game also and finished with a 739 series; Jarvis Skellington threw a 265 game and a 657 series; Jason Simonetti shot a 264 and a 255 game and a 766 series; James Nolan bowled a 258 game and a 732 series; On the Woman’s end we have Michelle Montigoris who shot a 241, 225 and a 210 game and a 676 series; Betty Frank came through with a 233 and a 225 game and a 640 series; Nancy Karish threw a 226 game and a 604 series; Donna Gregston bowled a 223 and a 212 game and a 610 series; Jill Dibari followed with a 211 game and Pam Andorfer finished with a 581 series. KOFFEE KATS Donna Potaris came through with a 214 game ROCKVILLES Victoria Cimino came through with a 231 game; Betty Ann Lescher threw a 223 and a 212 game and a 640 series and Jane Beyer shot a 211 game TUES MEN Anthony Bruno and Eric Paulson Jr both came through with a 257 game, Anthony finished with a 719 series and Eric polished it off with a 662 series; Ernie Lemus came through with a 677 series and Kairaba Paterson finished with a 655 series SENIOR BIRDS Preston Cheeks came through with a 275 game and a 650 series; Huxley Smith shot a 258 game; Aubrey Pereira came through with a 253 game; William Tyson finished with a 678 series and Jerry George bowled a 674 series O’SIDE K OF C Joe Lupo shot a 264 game and a 720 series; Peter Micca followed with a 258 game and a 712 series; Greg Centamore came through with a 257 game; Joe Butt Jr threw a 255 game and a 657 series; Al Fabiano shot a 254 game and a 653 series; Mark Gralto finished with a 673 series; Elwood Verity followed with a 664 series; Tom Forkin finished with a 662 series; Jason Julian threw a 654 series and Phil Tinker bowled a 650 series LBCRS LADIES Mary Kiernan shot a 215 game WED EARLY MEN Ed Connelly came through with a 257 game and a 736 series; Paul Cohen followed with a 256 game; Benn Gregoretti shot a 255 and a 253 game and a 708 series and Kenny Bruce finished with a 672 series WEDNESDAY MIXED George Benzola Jr came through with a 275 game; Al Johnson bowled a 266 game; Rich Laurita Jr shot a 266 game; Terry Boyle threw a 258 game and a 673 series; Peter Tang threw a 257 game and a 677 series; John Howarth finished with a 682 series; Don Railey polished it off with a 673 series; Keith Benenati and Richard Russo both shot a 651 series; On the Woman’s end we have Anne Perissi who shot a 258 game and a 644 series; Eileen Rufer followed with a 223 game; Maria Price came through with a 223 game also and finished with a 624 series; Dawn Laurita threw a 215 game and finished with a 620 series THURSDAY MIXED On the Men’s end we have Teddy Avgerinos who shot a 267 game and a 693 series; Rocky Langdon came through with a 258 game; Philip Schaffer threw a 257 and a 255 game and a 744 series; John Cardinale followed with a 256 game and a 684 series; Ed Small bowled a 255 game and a 704 series; Charlie Torres came through with a 695 series; Bill Koste finished with a 665 series and Mike Penoro bowled a 663 series; On the Woman’s end we have Betty Lescher who shot a 225 game; Kim Erhart followed with a 213 game; Lisa Cimino came through with a 210 game; Karen Valenciano finished with a 587 series and Vicky Lockwood threw a 580 series SUNDAY ADULT - JUNIOR For the Men: Sal Scognamillo shot a 258 game and a 719 series and Joe Casey came through with a 679 series For the Boys: Adam Malave shot a 245 and a 227 game and a 673 series; Dylan Wolkiewicz came through with a 244 game and a 628 series and Dean Tischer followed with a 238 game
FRIDAY MIXED On the Men’s end we have Steve Lella who shot a 289 game; Tony Depperman followed with a 278 and a 256 game and a 782 series; Tim O’Brien came through with a 268 game and 689 series; Danny Gillespie followed with a 267 game and a 736 series; Bran Leighow threw a 260 game and a 740 series; Chris Lucchese shot a 258 game and a 738 series; John Hodge bowled a 256 game and a 723 series; John Labau shot a 703 series; Alex Bogolubsky finished with a 693 series; Al Doerrer polished it off with a 670 series and James Klein threw a 664 series

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February 20 - 26, 2013

Jake Bird 738
MADISON, NJ – Jake Bird topped the scoring in the MC Police & Fire League firing a high game of 268 and a high series of 738. Ken Kastner shot 239-690, Lerner Ian 237-654, and Karen Swrtz 178.

Ed Mlynarczk 268
MADISON, NJ – Ed Mlynarczk paced the scoring in the Pharma Plus League firing a high game of 268 and a high series of 647. Scott Harnish shot 235-640, Joe Paino and Rich Keirstead 221, Dan Smith 626, and Rita Gregory 192.

Charles Wilfong 679
MADISON, NJ – Charles Wilfong led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League firing a high game of 242 and a high 679 set. Jim Hililgas rolled 236, Sharon Varnelas 225, Thomas Litland 215, Esther Mertens 195, and Pat Wilfong 190. In the Plaza Ladies League Liz McKissock shot 210, Karen Reinacher 203, and Elaine Wilson 192. In the Bantam Prep Breakfast League Daniel Sirota shot 130, Juan Henriquez 128, Rebecca Bednarik 125, Will Nave 119, and Ave Hanlein 115.

Curtis Kyzima 241
MADISON, NJ- Curtis Kyzma led the scoring in the Junior Major Breakfast League firing a high game of 241 and a high series of 628. Jenny Wageman rolled 221, Jack Vander Muelen 213, and Tyler Bongo 211. Heather Sweeney shot 212 and Liz McKissock 203 in the Ladies League.

Marty Carcia 268
MADISON, NJ – Marty Carciz led the scoring in the Wednesday Trio League firing a high game of 268. Oren Warter rolled 257, Tom Kreder 255-677, Jon Russo 658, Harry Franz 654, Stephanie Rahn 266-650, Felice Schneier 211, and Sally Lauderdale 205.

Joe Izzo 664
MADISON, NJ – Joe Izzo paced the scoring in the Pharma Plus League firing a high game of 246 and the high series of 664. Dennis Hartwich hit 241, Dan Smith and Laura Russ 226, Lisa Gibbons 193, and Beth Mergerism 173.


February 20 - 26, 2013



Brick Wins Lakewood Scotch Doubles
LAKEWOOD, NJ – The Lakewood Scotch Doubles Tournament is a boy and girl bowling as an individual member with the girl throwing the first ball of every game and they alternate shots. It was played at Ocean Lanes. The results are as follows: 1st place team Brick Township A 662-716-597 for a series of 1975. Sydney Scelfo-Allen Bank 686, Amanda Nardeillo-Tom Francese 666, and Madison Lukosius-Brian Figula 623. 2nd: Toms River South A 627-578-627 for a series of 1832 with Faith Meder – Josh Swindel 696, Samantha TonerKyle Moran 605, Laurel Trevera-Carl Jackson 531. 3rd Brick Memorial A 566-654-605 for a series of 1875 with Mckenna Collier-Ryan Melia 668, Tori Boughton-Jared Stuart 611, Kaity LashRobbie Guzman 546. High game individuals were Friath Meder-Josh Swindella nd Mckenna Collier-Ryan Melia 278, Taylor Kolmer-Shawn Kollmer 267, Samantahn Toner-Kyle Moran 258. Top Series: Faith Meder/Jsoh Swindell 696, Karsyn Lukosius/Britt Strycharz 694.

Adult Leagues
Rockaway Women: Tammy Baldwin 229-633, Lois Kehmna 222-564, Marybeth Kanouse 192-491, Annette Rossi 184-509, Susan Ruiz 183-477. Rockaway Foursome: George Dakak Jr. 268-689, Ed Cook 267-672, Joe Serico 258-681, Ron O’Neil 244, Joyce Hulbert 234-612, Karen Whitmore 201-515, Liza Dinapoli 193-535, Rosa Bono 182. PBA Experience – bowled on changing PBA lane conditions: Tim Panek 266-720, Brian Scott 239-589, Matt Graham 231-560, Rob Sperling 210-592, Joseph Caloger 208-568, Thomas Lulewicz 204, Scott Van Syckle 195, Curt Frazier II 194. NorBu Lodge: Dave Martin 246, Charles Wright 245, Kyle Egland 214, Maryann Abasto 209, Stacey Titus 193, Lynn Perry 188. Thursday Nite Mixed: Carlie Dolice 270-656, Jaern Lopez 256-725, Tim Panek 235-666, Paul Engallena 235, Tami Mehesy 244-595, Dori Tingoli 223-559, Kimberly Cartelli 205-550, Martha Hoffman 189. Lake Hiawatha A.C.: Jared Lopez 269-782, Jack Safkan 267-715, Dave Martorana 246, Ben Mayer 234, Steve Jankovitz 233, Ken Emker 233, Van Thompson 227, Paul CeCe 226, Jay McGrath 226. Rockaway Mixed: Jim Testa 248-655, Glen Malmstone 247, Corey Smith 236-641, Walt Forrester 225 game, Kristian Arocho 279-784, Carol Scheu 246, Nichole Malson 235, Donna Sodano 227. Friday Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 201-497, Daryl Frank 168, Jerry Szekula Sr. 166-471, Michelle Halko 198-523, Joann Mossi 154-441, Amy Caselli 147-415. Spanish American Mixed: Heriberto Matias 257-655; Jonathan Echevarria 246-678, Ovidoi Ruiz Jr. 245 game, Lynn Coleman 224-619.

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Nelson Alves 765
HOPELAWN, NJ – Nelson Alves led the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League firing games of 279-258-228 for a high series of 765. William Watson rolled 278-237-225-740, Len Camporeale 247-225-245-717, Rob Hasselbrook 235-253-224-712, Mike Vamos 237-206-267-710, Mike Koprowicz 257-206-246-709, Tom Martino, Jr. 225-207-269-701, and Rick Smith 217-225-258-700.

February 20 - 26, 2013

Paramus Catholic Takes Bergen County Girls Title, Dana Marie Laloo Snares Individual Honors
By Vince Albrecht HACKENSACK, NJ - Paramus Catholic finished third among the eight teams advancing to the Baker Format quarterfinals and with senior Anastasia DeLeon leading the way, defeated sixth seed Teaneck, 2-1 and followed it up with a 2-0 sweep of second seed Holy Angels to reach the finals against upstart Westwood, the fifth seed. The Cardinals shocked defending champion Ridgewood and top seed Immaculate Heart to be a surprise finalist. In the best two of three Baker final, Paramus Catholic needed a tenth frame spare from anchor DeLeon and got it, securing the Paladins’ three-pin margin of victory over Westwood. Paramus Catholic caught fire in game two, taking the Bergen County crown with a convincing 228177 defeat of the Cardinals. In the morning three-game block, Teaneck’s Dana Marie Laloo grabbed high series and the individual title with 184-219-224: 627 while Westwood’s Marissa Rivers posted high game of 232 and finished second with 615. The eight qualifying teams: Immaculate Heart 2455, Holy Angels 2414, Paramus Catholic 2395, Ridgewood 2309, Teaneck and Westwood 2201, Hackensack 2164, Dumont and Fair Lawn 2158. Fair Lawn advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Dumont in a one Baker game playoff. The top individual sets were posted by Dana Marie Laloo [Teaneck] 627, Marissa Rivers [Westwood] 615, Lexus Lopez [Lyndhurst] 598, Brittany Hovan [Paramus] 575, Sarah Rosenbloom [Leonia] 560, Kelly Skettini [Ridgewood] 553 and Clarissa Hernandez [Holy Angels] 552. High individual games were rolled by Marissa Rivers [Westwood] 232, Dana Marie Laloo [Teaneck] 224-219, Sarah Rosenbloom [Leonia] 224, Brittany Hovan [Paramus] 215-204, Ameera Khan [Paramus Catholic] 213, Kim Morrell [Dumont] 213, Lexus Lopez [Lyndhurst] 210-203, Kelly Skettini [Ridgewood] 209, Erin Lynch [Holy Angels] 208, Kaitlin Pasinski [IHA] 206 and Kelley Grippo [Holy Angels] 204.

Jose Ruiz 706
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jose Ruiz led the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 265-205236 for a high series of 706. Kyle Jannuzzi rolled 224-216-635, Jose Medina 244-207-624, Donna Estok 233, Kathleen Pranio 225, and Mike Ramer 215-212-623. In the Thursday Nite Mixed League Scott Akalewicz rolled 210-201-236-647, Bob Divilla 223619, Rollin E. Ball 242-200-610, Vinny Medvetz 237, and Danielle Medvetz 202.

Rocco Fortunato 762
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rocco Fortunato led the scoring in the Academy Madness League firing games of 259-225-278 for a high series of 762. Frank Viverito hit 200-244-242-686, Walter Malecki 242-224-210-676, Wayne Bebert 213-212232-657, Dennis Fitzmaurice 225-256-651, and Robin Scordato 219-601.

Warren Taureck 698
HOPELAWN, NJ – Warren Taureck topped the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League firing games of 206-257-235 for a high series of 698. Bob Stevens shot 226-225-205-656, Scott Akalewicz 201-239-205-645, Lenny Novak 203-224205-632, Vinny Medvetz 212-203-609, and Kristen Troutman 202. In the Winter Senior Citizen League Rich Rowley rolled 223-223-629, Larry Johnson 173-183, and Jerry Petti 170. Carole Morgan rolled 212-226, and Elinor Kohel 181 in the Nulty Knockers League.

Michael Consiglio 730
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Consiglio led the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 247-237-246 for a high series of 730. Pete Tirado shot 233-237-256-726, Andrew Tripka 229-215-268-712, Willie Zammitto 228-235-245708, Scott Porto 267-211-224-702, Matthew Manenty 212-265-668, and Steven Baum, Jr. 264221-655.

Mark Makwinski 676
HOPELAWN, NJ - Mark Makwinski led the scoring in the Knights of Columbus League firing games of 216-268 for a high series of 676. Bill Dillon rolled 255-212-662, Joe Grossi 216602, and John Shimko 211-203. In the Bank League Mark Cumber shot 208-235601, John Sidorko 215, Gregg Flakker 188, and Maryann Todd 165.

Richard Funk III 728
HOPELAWN, NJ – Richard Funk III topped the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 204-248-276 for a high series of 728. Kenny Anderson rolled 278-224-694, Joe Thurston 200-248-640, Vince Rudrow 211-242-638, Glenn Aiello 212-228-635, and Arthur Concepcion 234. In the Merck League Pete Zafian shot 206-228-626, Mike Eglesia 227, Aaron Smith 230, Tom Vickery 217, and Debbie Ewanciew 203.

Matt Cestone 662
HOPELAWN, NJ – Matt Cestone led the scoring in the Iselin AA League firing games of 266-221 for a high series of 662. Paul Woitowicz shot 202-226-605, Bob Fischer 210, Russell Huff 215-202, and Travis Diello 202. In the Winter Senior Citizens League Rich Rowley shot 226-213-632, and Larry Johnson 184. In the Nulty Knockers League Carole Morgan shot 234. John Sidorko rolled 225, Greg Flakker 175, and Maryann Todd 184 in the Bank League.

Kevin Kopko 719
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kopko topped the scoring in the Family League firing games of 263-267 for a high series of 719. Dan Pawelek shot 234-232-239-705, Steve Venito 217-248-218-683, Joe Bloodgood 229-224-220-673, Rocco Fortunato 241-245-657, Stephanie Hoff 215, Lynn Bloodgood 210, Bobby Nebus 199, and Bridgie Trela 191.

Rocco Fortunato 651
HOPELAWN, NJ - Rocco Fortunato led the scoring in the Family League rolling games of 215-258 for a high series of 651. Dan Pawelek rolled 208-212-222-642, Anthony Angotti 207-254-644, Bobby Nebus 228, Michelle Gurbisz 225, Joe Bloodgood 258, Paul Kopko 223, James Medoro 221, and Benjamin Bobrowski 200. In the Sunday Nite Mixed League Sean Williams shot 229-212-638, Tino Mendez 234-223-633, Jessica Medoro 226-222-630, Carole Lopez 233, Cid Stentella 225, David Crane 221, and Suzie Bleacher 219.

Don Anione 713
HOPELAWN, NJ – Don Anione led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 237-259-217 for a high series of 713. Carmine Latin rolled 245-233-649, Bill Smith 217-615, and Shelly Jacques 222. In the Sunday Nite Mixed League Cid Stentella shot 236-209-625, Carole Lopez 209-228-617, Justin Poli 215-209-606, Sean Williams 216-230-606, and Jim Medoro 217-603.