Nick Klager Blasted 300

At Coram Country Lanes
HOPELAWN, NJ – Glenn Mohr
and Ed Hayes Jr. each blasted a
300 game while competing in the
Raritan Bay Men’s League at
Majestic Lanes.
Glenn hit 247-300-205-752, and
Ed 228-300-175-703.
Tarvis Tilley rolled 228-258-
219-705, Dan Clark 227-238-235-
700, Kelly Joy 216-245-235-696,
John Mieszkowski 278-214-266-
695, Rick Sciulla 247-212-223-
682, and William D. Willard, Jr.
246-248-682.
INDIANAPOLIS – With owner Billie Jean King on
the bench cheering every shot, the New York City
WTT KingPins presented by GEICO finished the
inaugural Professional Bowlers Association League
championship match with a string of seven consecu-
tive strikes to defeat the Motown Muscle, 440-407,
and claim the Elias Cup at Woodland Bowl.
The KingPins, the top qualifiers among eight teams
that competed in five preliminary rounds earlier in the
season in Detroit, put together a string of five strikes
to take a 202-181 lead after the first game of the two-
game, total pinfall championship match. But the
Motown Muscle, owned by former Pittsburgh Steelers
star Jerome Bettis, rallied to tie the match after five
frames of game two.
In the Baker format contest, where each of the five team member bowls two frames to
complete a game, the tide turned when the two teams switched lanes after five frames. After
struggling to strike on the right lane, the KingPins didn’t miss in their final five frames on
the left lane. Consecutive strikes by Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C.; Jack Jurek of
Lackawanna, N.Y.; John Szczerbinski of North Tonawanda, N.Y.; Scott Norton of Mission
Viejo, Calif., and newly-crown Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions winner Pete
Weber of St. Ann, Mo., locked up the title for King’s
team.
After throwing the decisive strike in the 10th frame,
Weber benched himself and brought in KingPins’ sup-
plemental draft pick Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., to fin-
ish off the match. The only woman in the PBA League
field threw two more strikes to conclude the contest.
“We knew the Muscle had to come back on the right
lane after five frames and they hadn’t bowled on that
lane in 10 frames,” Weber said. “We ate up some oil and
they just didn’t make the adjustments.
“My team is the best team. I knew from the start we
were going to be hard to beat,” he added. “We started
communicating in Detroit and I knew at that point we
were going to be something special.
“It’s an honor and a privilege to have Billie Jean King as our team owner,” Weber con-
tinued, “and it’s an honor and a privilege to give her the first Elias Cup trophy.”
King, who admitted she doesn’t know a great deal about bowling, was an avid cheer-
leader for her team.
See ELIAS CUP page 2
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CORAM, NY - Nick Klager
Posted another 300 game while
bowling on the Monday Night
Toss Ups League at Coram
Country Lanes.
Joey Taub came near perfect
when he shot a 299 on High Roller
Men’s and junior bowler Rachel
Hines rolled a 466 series in the
Family Affair league and her aver-
age is only a 114.
Marty Pape tossed a 267 on
Friday Morning Seniors he has a
176 average and Marge Rende
with a 142 average shot a 197 in
Friday Morning Seniors.
NYC WTT KingPins Win Inaugural PBA League Elias Cup
Closing string of seven strikes breaks open tight match with Motown Muscle in historic PBA team contest
By Bill Vint - PBA
The Morris County USBC Bowling Association’s
Hall of Fame Committee has announced this year’s
inductees. William A. Henderson, Romeo A. Lerro,
and Anthony M. Parisi will be inducted for Bowling
Achievement, and Richard S. Mark will go in under
the “Special Services” category.
William Henderson has been a member of the coun-
ty association for more than 25 years. In his fifth year
of bowling, he was named Bowler of the Year by the
Express-Times. Further, he has been a junior coach at
Oakwood Lanes for more than nine years. His best
ten and fifteen year league average is 220. He has
posted 24-plus 300 games and nine 800 series. He
resides in Washington (Warren County) with his wife
Jan, and daughter Jenna.
Romeo A. Lerro has been a member of the county
association for more than 24 years. He is a third-gen-
eration bowler and pro shop owner. He has bowled in
leagues at Hanover, Dover, Plaza, Rockaway and
Circle Lanes. He has 12 perfect games, and “many”
800s. He and Greg Gorgodian, another Hall of Famer,
earned a national high two-man game of 599 in 1998.
Romeo and his wife, Laurie, reside in Bound Brook
and have two children, Cassandra and Romeo, Jr.
Anthony M. Parisi has been a member of the asso-
ciation for more than 18 years. He is a bronze level
certified junior coach. He has posted more than 16
games of 300 and carries a ten and 15-year average of
220. He has bowled in 10 plus USBC National tour-
naments and more than 10 New Jersey State
Tournaments. While he is an accomplished bowler,
his passion is in service to the sport through coaching
juniors and having run the Pepsi Youth Scholarship
in-house qualifier tournaments at Plaza Lanes. He
also chairs the Adult-Junior tournaments at Plaza. He
resides in Summit.
see HALL OF FAME page 2
William A. Henderson, Romeo A. Lerro,
Anthony M. Parisi, Richard S. Mark
To be Inducted into Morris County
USBC Bowling Association’s Hall of Fame
By Joan Taylor
Glen Mohr, Ed Hayes Jr. 300
At Majestic Lanes
2 SPORTS REPORTER April 17 - 23, 2013
“I was so calm playing tennis, but
I was not so calm watching today,”
she said. “I was dying. The match
was so close.
“I loved my team right from the
start,” King added. “I watched them
on ESPN; I even watched one
match on a Jet Blue flight, but I
could tell they worked together
great. I was very happy to be here
for the finals.
“I love it; it’s exactly what I
believe in. If you watch a World
Team Tennis match, you’ll see my
philosophy on life: it’s men and
women working together, because
we’re in this world together and we
have to help each other.”
In the opening match of the finals,
Terrell Owens watched his Dallas
Strikers (Bryon Smith of Roseburg,
Ore.; Amleto Monacelli of
Venezuela; Rhino Page of Dade
City, Fla.; Mike Machuga of Erie,
Pa., and Norm Duke of Clermont,
Fla.) strike on five of their final six
shots to defeat actor Jesse Williams’
BROOKLYN STyLES (Walter Ray
Williams Jr. of Ocala, Fla.; Jason
Sterner of McDonough, Ga.; Ryan
Ciminelli of Cheektowaga, N.Y.;
Ryan Shafer of Horseheads, N.Y.,
and Sean Rash of Montgomery,
Ill.), 217-172.
Motown (DJ Archer of
Friendswood, Texas; Jesse Buss of
Belvidere, Ill.; Tom Smallwood of
Saginaw, Mich.; Ronnie Russell of
Indianapolis, and Mike Fagan of
Dallas) then eliminated the Strikers,
216-190. Fagan threw three strikes
in the 10th frame to force the
Strikers’ Duke to throw two strikes
in his 10th frame, but the PBA Hall
of Famer left a 4-6-7 split on his
first shot to give Motown the win.
The Elias Cup was named in
honor of the PBA’s founder and
long-time leader, Eddie Elias. Elias’
wife, Peggy, and daughter Annie
Elias made the trophy presentation
in Indianapolis. The winners shared
a $75,000 team prize.

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AT OCEAN
Brandon Walsh 267
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Brandon
Walsh fired a high 267 in the
Saturday Junior Classic League.
Jillian Stuart rolled 237-200-
227, Cathy Jones 237, Austin
Daddato 222, John Bughton 221,
and Jamie Walliker 217.
ELIAS CUP
Continued from page 1
HALL OF FAME
Continued from page 1
April 17 - 23, 2013 SPORTS REPORTER 3
Victor Cassano Jr. 703
FARMINDGALE, NY – Victor
Cassano Jr. paced the scoring in
the Tuesday Nite Owls League fir-
ing games of 253-248 for a high
series of 703.
Rob Larsen shot 254-222-681,
Don Price 246-231-684, Joe
Galliponi 236-685, and Alex Dunn
244.
Sam Combs 279
FARMINGDALE, NY – Sam
Combs topped the Tuesday Nite
Owls League firing a high game of
279.
William O’Donnells hot 278-
236-718, Mark Levy 258, James
Gallagher 256, and Dan Leedy
251.
In the Friday Sunshine Kids
League Bill Platania shot 226,
Manny Lagatta 189 and Joe
Livolsi 184.
James Prince shot 170 in the
Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship
League.
Bill Snyder 698
FARMINGDALE, NY – Bill
Snyder rolled 257-204-237-698,
and Jimmy Prince 205 in the
Sunday Adult/Junior League.
In the Saturday Junior
Scholarship League Elizabeth
Simmons shot 182.
Steve Flapan 658
FARMINGDALE, NY – Steve
Flapan paced the scoring in the
Saturday Nite Friends League fir-
ing games of 244-215 for a high
series of 658.
Rich Hansen rolled 255-213-
651, Allen Gano 235, Doug
Mollin and Kathy Gano 226, and
John Delmore 223.
Meghan Wing 240
FARMINGDALE, NY –
Meghan Wing led St. Martin’s
Major League firing games of
240-221 for a high series of 637.
Carly Licht shot 237, Emily
Dean 215, Kerri Delisi 213-206,
and Deanna Rosenberg 202.
David Brand 266
FARMINGDALE, NY – David
Brand led the scoring in the
Wednesday Party League firing a
high game of 266.
Brian Siemers shot 265-215, Sal
Defalco 235-217, Mike Marrazo
233, and Lloyd Hasluck 223.
In the Tuesday Nite Owls
League Scott Bannon shot 259,
Rafael Santos 247-211, Steve
Pasciuto 247-240, and Alex
Krawchuk, Michael Markoski,
and David Diamond 235.
In the St. Martin’s Seniors
League Ashish Chohan shot 232.
Kameron O’Neill 244
FARMINGDALE, NY –
Kameron O’Neill blasted a high
game of 244 and Ashish Chohan
hit 182 in the St. Martin’s Seniors
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Bob Higgins 729
In Montvale Major
By Robert Balzarek
MONTVALE, NJ – Bob
Higgins Montvale Major League
with a high series of 729 shooting
games of 258, 236 and 235. Rich
Naclerio came in second with a
256-705.
Dave Hulsizer bowled 243-
697, John Rankin Jr 258-682, Jeff
Schuster 257-677, Chris Trembath
254-677, Bob Greenwood 248-
668, Terry Drenth 236-665, Ray
Keim 245-661, Joe Alfano 243-
657, Andrew Hedaria 265-653,
Tony Mascio 256-653, Joe Rizzi
652, Dennis O'Flaherty 651,
Rocky Durocher 649, Adrian
Lawson 633, and John Rankin Sr.
631.
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Bill Scrivens 300 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Bill Scrivens found perfection in a 300
game while rolling in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at
Parkway Lanes and finished with a 726 series.
Ed Bakelaar Sr rolled 246-702, Ed Bakelaar Jr 279-700, Steve
Semancik 264-692, Rich Miller Jr 249-682, Willie Seabrooks 238-678,
Eddie Rojas 236-657, Mike Semancik Jr 257-656, Rob Byrd 235-655, &
Dennis Hofmann Jr 236-652.
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Monday Night Trios
Anthony Maisonet and Adam Fingeroth were the
high scorers with 279 games, Michael Stella Jr. hit
265-247-699, Marvin Green 258, along with Vic
Padila, Sean Wendelken 256, TJ Valentin 253-229,
Rich Graf 248-235-682, Nick Kochell 247, Nicholas
Sisto 241, Chris Vitale 236, Craig Bagnoli 233, John
LaRusso 230, and Wallingtons own up and coming
bowler Jose Corniel rolled a 227.
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, Matt Dunning 236.
On the Senior Front
James Hines had his Wheaties before bowling, and
bowled a 236-234-221-691, Walt Taormina Sr. 226,
Don French 221, Dennis Nieradka 212, Art Clayton
204.
Tuesday Bud Light 4-Man
Some very high scores with Paul Remelgado
rolling the highest one at 289, Frank (no Time Outs)
Di Lorenzo, Greg Work & TJ Valentin hit 279,
Jeremy Rybak , Kevin Matawa , Bob Kozma & Tito
Jackson all had 278, wow that was a hot number.
Rich Park 267, Jeff DiDomenico 265 and the new
guy for the second half, Carlos Gonzalez rolled 257.
Joe Leardo Jr. 255, AJ Johnson 254, Paul Tortorici of
SP Tees had a 253. High Series was none other than
Kevin (Tito Jackson with his 733.
Public Safety
Joe Murgittroyd was on fire when he shot his 280-
243-690, John Colorado 279, Vic Padilla joined the
league and shot 257, Dennis Edgar gave his team a
nice prebowl score to work with a 237, along with
Eddie Schell, Jose Morell 236, Robert Day was at the
hockey game but pre bowled a 245, Kenny Lee had
the high series again with his 702 Is he getting bor-
ing? Kenny Cook 227, Louie Brito doing well on the
Hoboken team and shot 237-599.
Oren Warter 297-723
MADISON, NJ – Oren Warter
topped the scoring in the
Wednesday Trio League firing a
high game of 297 for a high series
of 723.
Fred Crowell shot 256, Joey
Parisi 253-693, Andrew Stephnes
693, Lissette Tapanes 213, Felice
Schneir 206, and Stephanie Rahn
204.
Chris Sammond 264
MADISON, NJ – Chris
Sammond led the scoring in the
Livingston Business Men’s
League firing a high game of 264.
Tom Kelin hit 237, Larry Farrell
236, Billy Piccola 656 ,and Victor
Pina 634.
In the Monday Night Ladies
League Alice Bednarik hit 237,
Jodi Belli 234, and Tracy Ferullo
211.
Dave Krivak 259
MADISON, NJ - Dave Krivak
blasted a high game of 259 in the
CMIL League, followed by Jack
Gayara 686, and Jennifer Dunklin
219.
In the Tuesday Doubles League
Frank Fillimon rolled 235, Dan
Pridham 225, and Don Prisco 223.
Joe Marchese 258
MADISON, NJ – Joe Marchese
led the scoring in the Morris
County Police & Fire League fir-
ing a high game of 258.
Joe Horincewich hit 245-722,
Tom Lockburner 244, Jake Bird
666, and Clorinda Landi 229.
Tony Evans 249
MADISON, NJ – Tony Evans
rolled 249, Jimmy Granato 226,
and Scott Harwood 215 in the
Tuesday 400 Doubles League.
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Alec Hehir 265
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Alec Hehir
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Junior Classic League firing a
high game of 265.
John Boughton rolled 256-210,
Brian Lash 247-213, Julianna
Forbes 235, Ausitn Daddato and
Nicke Ventrice 227, Jillian Stuart
and Brandon Walsh 226, Robert
Conti 207, and Sarah Pitcher 204.
Joey Schamber 177
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Joey
Schamber led the scoring in the
Saturday Pin Hitters League firing
games of 177-173.
Joey Tedesco hit 176-146,
Livia Spalluto 175-170, Hannah
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and Caylina nd Mikalah Carter
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Morris Hills Mixed: Jay
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193-510, Sal Antoniello 185-480,
Dolores Webb 194-515, Pam
Antoniello 188-498, Kathy
Kolbusch 161.
Rockaway Women: Colleen
Boyd 223-516, Susan Chillemi
208-487, Annette Rossi 203-477,
Tammy Baldwin 203-519.
Rockaway Foursome: George
Dakak Jr. 275-679, Ed Cook 253.
Liesl Apgar 244-654, Joan Dakak
217-572
PBA Experience: Joseph
Caloger 266, Thomas Lulueicz
236, Larry Timpson 225, Scott
Van Sysckle 222, Rob Sperling
211, Gary Malone 200, Philip St.
Amand 197, Brian Scott 195, Liesl
Apgar 203
Thursday Nite Mixed: Jaren
Lopez 258-748, Tim Panek 249-
674, Paul Engallena 244-719,
Kelly Kulik 266-707, Nidia
Hanevald 214-606, Kimberly
Cartelli 205-598.
Lake Hiawatha A.C.: Vincent
Opalewski 288, Joe Condon 279,
Shawn Casey 278, Tim Schweizer
258, Jay McGrath 256, Arnold
Coslit 237.
Monday Rec Program:
Christopher Cavalie 113-184, Joe
Taylor 104-184, Connor Tole 101-
181, Kyra Morris 106-184,
Hannah Digangi 99.
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Monday Early Birds: PJ Lee
247-588, Kevin Sikora 226-636,
Mike Riley 223-594, Julianne
Crowell 212-581, Leeann
Chervnsik 202-554.
County Tuesday Night Mixed:
Rob Ewaskiew 268-666, Michael
Kolibaba 265, Joe Bigham 258-
658, Dot Newsome 218-581,
Nichole Spratford 212-600, Sandy
Turner 212-540.
Fox Hills Seniors: Dom
Caricato 205-530, Hank Smith
200, Rick Martone 198-564, Mary
Ann Smith 176, Pearl Traub
Johnson 175-477, Johanna
Hofegsang 157-439.
NorBu Lodge: Mike Artale
255-663, Rick Seipp 235, John
Hearn 234.
ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
By Vince Albrecht
BOONTON, NJ - The shot at
Boonton Lanes was somewhat
tricky for Stan Niemiec’s youth
travelers as only two “600” sets
were recorded, lowest output since
session three last October. Further,
those two sets were below the aver-
ages of the bowlers in question. Jake
Rollins’ average now stands at a
thirty-game 241 after he posted a
labored 223-210-241-674. His Fair
Lawn squad dropped a tight
encounter to Bowler City II, 2599-
2581 as Jake endured a tenth frame
split in the finale while BC II’s
anchor Justin Garcia struck out for
222 and the surprising turnabout.
The match’s other top posts were the
winners’ James Kane 210 and Kyle
Schellberg 205. Former Ramapo
all-star Kevin Macchia, averaging
213, barely managed to maintain it
with 229-225-627 as his struggling
Holiday II quartet was swept by
Bowler City III. The only other
deuce on the pair was the victors’
Patrick Sucero’s 212.
With two sessions remaining, the
three top teams all lost their match-
es, leaving pacesetter Bowler City
I with a magic number of six. As a
testimony to the league’s parity,
only four points separate the five
teams chasing the league leaders.
Boonton is one of them and after a
horrendous opener in which they
were buried by a hundred forty-
seven sticks, came roaring back to
shock BC I, 2592-2568 behind the
collaborative efforts of the
“Thundering Trio”: Patrick
Teshima 213-200, Karl
Kattermann 212-203 and Justin
Puchalski 210. After a sterling 851
net in which the entire squad fired
deuces [John Draney 237, Ryan
Perez 208, Vinny Santoro and Rob
Gilbert, Jr 203], BC I went cold,
with Rob Gilbert, Jr’s 212 the best
the team could muster the rest of
the contest.
In a “rags to riches” effort,
Holiday’s Dillon Cilento doubled
his opening score with a 220 and
closed with 248, helping his team
salvage the finale from Montvale,
938-827, yet fall in wood, 2607-
2596. Anchor Brian Rizzi fired a
224 middle game and Frank Magyar
finished with 208. Montvale’s soli-
tary deuce came from 12-year-old
Matt Russell who converted a pair
of washouts to tally a season-best
clean 233.
Led by Mariah McKelvey’s 180-
475, her finest showing of the year,
Greg Khan’s 194 and vastly
improved Alijah Jackson with 190-
532, Bowler City IV coasted to a
sweep of seven points from the
vacancy.
8 SPORTS REPORTER April 17 - 23, 2013
Justin Munice 727
HOPELAWN, NJ – Justin Munice led the Atlantic City Trios League
firing games of 266-288 for a high series of 727.
Dan Finch rolled 235-209-235-678, Robert Terefenko 225-244-654,
and Billy Smith 236.
In the Knights of Columbus League Jack Masculin shot 248, and Cid
Stentella 244.
Mike Eglesia shot 218 in the Merck League.
Ben Martino 717
HOPELAWN, NJ - Ben Martino led the scoring in the Friends &
Family League firing games of 259-264 for a high series of 717.
Mike Conte shot 215-242-653.
Andrew Shaw rolled 206-208, Anthony Falcone 235, and Tyler
Sharfetz 215 in the Avenel Youth League.
John Syslo 712
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Syslo led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed
Nuts League firing games of 225-289 for a high series of 712.
Mike V. Kennelly rolled 238-225-638, and K.C. Carbonilas 225-203.
Rocco Fortunato 709
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rocco Fortunato led the scoring in the Raritan
Bay Men’s League firing games of 268-257 for a high series of 709.
Nelson F. Alves shot 233-249-218-700, Glenn Mohr
256-245-692, and Dena Simon 249-221-652.
Joe Herber 706
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Herber led the scoring in the La
Buona Pizza League firing games of 237-252-217 for a
high series of 706.
Vinny R. Medvetz shot 236-205-213-654, Warren
Taureck 202-265-644, and Kristen Troutman 235.
In the Bank League Mark Cumber shot 202.
William Bailey 704
HOPELAWN, NJ – William Bailey led the scoring in
the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 235-
235-234 for a high series of 704.
Mike V. Kennelly shot 238-214-641.
Steve Venito 695
HOPELAWN, NJ – Steve Venito led the scoring in the
Family League firing games of 235-223-237 for a high
series of 695.
Sal Angotti rolled 223-249-667, Anthony Angotti 203-
209-245-657, and Joe Bloodgood 219-201-221-641.
Matthew Walker 685
HOPELAWN, NJ – Matthew Walker led the Garden
State Mixed with 248-247 for a high 685 set.
James McMillon shot 221-253-205-679, Tom Ortiz, Sr.
246-200-220-666, and Kyle Januzzi 216-225-638.
In the NJ Turnpike League Bash Miller John Veltre s
hot 217, and Angelo Mastrella 216.
Pete Zafian 648
HOPELAWN, NJ – Pete Zafian led the scoring in the Merck
League tossing 224-237 for a 648 set.
John Halliday rolled 217, Matt Lombardo 215, Brian Gould 269,
Kevin Sirk 236, and Nick Holiday 211.
In the Thursday Nite Mixed League Matt Cestone shot 215-
224-610, Jim MacBride 221-201, Scott Akalewicz 215, and
Andrew Smith 210.
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