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ing in Bowler City’s Youth Scratch Doubles, 15-
year-old Bergenfield freshman Nick Reyes closed
his 691 set in stellar fashion by firing a perfect
Earlier this year in the Bergen County Boys
Tournament, Nick had scored his previous high, a
299, but was not to be denied this time, sweeping
the pins from the deck with his final delivery.
The high-scoring session produced thirty-six
deuces and eight 650+ sets. In addition to Reyes’
perfecto, Hackensack senior Rob Gilbert, Jr. lifted
his average to 230, by smoking the maples with
games of 238-257-235: 730 while Bergen Tech’s
Dean Edwards exploded with scores of 290-237 as
part of his 704 set.
Other huge threesomes were posted by Rutherford
junior Danny Bivin 262-689, Paramus Catholic
sophmore James Kane 235-687, Kyle Schellberg
258-685 and Hackensack senior Justin Garcia 232-
Breaking the “600” barrier as well were Paramus
junior Brittany Hovan 218-627, Paramus Catholic
junior Devin Pucchio 209-609 and Hackensack sen-
ior John Draney 233-603. High game for the girls
was Holy Angels’ Kelley Grippo who tallied a third
game 255 to finish with 586.
The three-way battle for the top now shows James
Kane/Devin Pucchio with 65 points followed by
Tiffany Sucero/Rob Gilbert, Jr.  and the
Rutherford duo of Alec Gruttadauria/Danny Bivin
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Gilberto Cruz 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NJ - In the
Monday LIA Gilberto Cruz rolled
perfect with a 300 game then
added a 269 for a 769 set at South
Keith Pappas bowled 288, Shawn
Blessinger 268, Joseph Morreale
260, Brian Selwin 258, Darren
Thomas 258-720, Ed Werbeck
255, Jen Zappolo 255, Alicia
Defino 234, and Patty Werbeck
WALLINGTON, NJ – Let’s hear it
for Eddie Schell from the Hoboken
Team who posted a 300 game and
there was lots of celebrating in the
Public Safety League at
Wallington Lanes because of it.
And of course Tito Jackson
bowled well again with his 278
game finishing with the session
high series of 789.
Then there was Kenny Lee with
his 267. Wow big Devil’s fan
Stevette Day showed up the men
with her 256 game.
Eddie Schell 300 at Wallington
By Gloria Volpe
15-Year-Old Nick Reyes Blasted a 300 Game
In Bowler City Youth Scratch Doubles
By Vince Albrecht HOPELAWN, NJ – Glenn Mohr
Jr. took center stage spotlight
when he found perfection in a 300
game and then tallied an 863
record breaking series adding 284
and 279 games around that 300
while contesting in the Middlesex
County Classic League. Mohn
now holds the Majestic High
Also rolling well in the session
were Brian McRae with 265-247-
238-750, Andy Polidura 244-279-
736, Ken Nagy 279-245-733, Joe
Lampariello 279-245-733, Rocco
Fortunato 243-248-725, James
Medoro 249-256-719 and Daniel
Kelly Joy took game and set hon-
ors for the women posting a pair
of 234 games in her 696 followed
by Tiffany Newbury with a 215-
208-607, Sharon Medoro 231-604
and Jen Daunno 202-202-588.
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Joe
Leardo Jr. found perfection in a
300 game while rolling in the
Wednesday Teterboro Bowling
League at Parkway Lanes and fin-
ished with a 764 series.
Rich DeLorenzo Jr. rolled 247-
686, followed by Joe Meyers with
238-675, Karim Staine 268-675,
Ed Bakelaar Jr. 236-673, Rob
Byrd 234-662, and Bill Scrivens
FARMINGDALE, NY – Craig
Bowden blasted a 300 game in the
Thursday 3-Man League at
John Novara shot 289-269-777,
John Bergen 288-256-745, Joe
Giammarino, Jr. 259-241-254-
754, Zbigniew Kamirowski 264-
258-732, Tony Brown 280-725,
John McHugh 278-234-715, Joe
Costanzo 258-761, Mike Fradera
255-740, Sean Mott 240-243-249-
732, and Derek James 269-236-
Craig Bowden 300 at Farmingdale
Glenn Mohr Jr. 863 Series
Sets Majestic Lanes Record
Joe Leardo Jr. 300 at Parkway
MONTVALE, NJ – Dave Hulsizer
started the night off with a fine 299-
746 while Larry Topin had the high
series with a 239-256-268-763
while bowling in the Montvale
Major League at Montvale Lanes.
John Rankin Jr. tossed 224-246-
259-729, Eric Honor 225-247-248-
720, Bob Higgins 223-231-265-
719, Jun Jun Roldan 248-278-718,
Mike Brickner 212-237-268-717,
Matt Rovetto 231-233-247-711,
Dennis Hanowitz 212-238-258-
708, Tony Mascio 223-266-707,
Joe Cauwels 223-279-702, and
Kevin Conroy 236-238-700.
Ramil Caburnay rolled 256-689,
Howie Miller 248-689, Joe Rizzi
245-679, Tom Van Wort 244-248-
678, Bob Greenwood 668, Mike
Rovetto 665, Justin Hawkins 664,
Mark Navarro 653, Dennis
O'Flaherty 650, Jeff Rovetto 649,
and Rich Naclerio 649.
Dave Hulsizer 299 in Montvale Major League
By Robert Balzarek
CORAM, NY - Dan Brezo shot an
812 to lead all bowlers in the High
Rollers League at Coram Country
George Hauser shot his first 300
of the year a couple of weeks ago
and his brother Kevin Hauser shot
a 299. Eddie Gocinski rolled per-
fect with a 300 finishing the ses-
sion with an 811 and Andrew
Schiavo rolled 300 as well, all
these in the High Rollers League
– and you had to ask why they call
the league the high rollers?
Dan Brezo 812 at Coram Country Lanes
George Hauser, Eddie Gocinski, Andrew Schiavo Hit 300
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Bowling in the
Rockaway Mixed league at
Rockaway Lanes, Christopher
Casey rolled perfect with a 300
game and finished the meeting with
a 714 set.
Jim Testa rolled 276-700 fol-
lowed by Bob Olstead with 264-
680, Keri May 249-668, Krisitna
Arocho 225-595, Barry Lehman
217, Tom Colucci 217, Donna
Sodano 182, and Nichole Malson
Bowling in the Thursday Nite
Mixed league Crabby Brown
tossed 256-663, Jim Wesergaard
256-675, Tim Panek 286-716,
Jared Lopez 258-704, Nidia
Haneveld 268-645, Liesl Apgar
244-684, Dori Tingoli 223-613,
and Charole Cernezio 218-564.
Christopher Casey 300 at Rockaway Lanes
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Some modest thoughts.
Bowling is an amazing sport
and an amazing business and
should be proud of all the amaz-
ing people it has produced and
continues to attract in its wide
world of interests.
But bowling never seems to
gain the recognition it should.
Bowling has long been one of the
best friends of charity. And the
fabulous figures raised never
have been fully counted, from
the most pins over averages to
donate some relatively small
change that adds up to millions,
from the grassroots bowlers to
the executive suites.
I don't know of any bowling
group or organization that does-
n't have one or more charity
affiliation, and been there in
good economic times or bad,
whether it was fashionable or
not. If there was a need, some
bowler would find a way to help
fill that need.
The sport never has fully
accounted for all that good it
does and ways could be devel-
oped to give full charity associa-
tion reports. So many sports, in
a much easier atmosphere to
raise funds, shout it from the
rooftops. Bowling has created a
cloud of love for all.
A bowler's life span can reach
from competition starting with
their first steps of walking to
fragile steps to the line at 100
years-old or more. Bowlers
cross all lines of age, size, profes-
sions and society. Bowlers can
learn to love a two inch trophy
as much as a two foot award.
Not everyone can be a pro, but
all can develop a pro attitude, as
amateurish as they may be.
Volunteerism has suffered in
recent decades in practically all
areas, including bowling. We
have done a poor job of keeping
interest high among former
bowlers and officials and they in
turn have lessened theirs. There
are many who would again vol-
unteer if only someone would
The merger of the ABC,
WIBC, etc… into the USBC has
not gone exactly according to
the script envisioned, and the
unrealistic attitudes of local
bowling organizations when it
comes to reality are caused by
thoughts of a past no longer here
and a future with too many
With the lower number of
bowling centers we have situa-
tions where too many local pro-
prietor associations consisting of
one or only a few bowling cen-
ters, that are right next to one
another, are in the same unenvi-
able position. And though logic
tells all that the way to go is to
join forces, that logic is looked
upon as a fate worse than death
to some of the local movers and
Compromises, giving and tak-
ing, weighing the plus and
minus factors, are vital.
Integers of the sport must hang
together or they will all hang
separately. The emphasis on big
money prizes in local and state
tournaments must give way to
an almost lost pride in winning
whether it’s a hundred or a
thousand or the million dollar
We must be stronger in our
protests against sponsors who
don’t give back nearly enough in
support of the sport that gives
them so much. And that a peo-
ple's sport, such as bowling, has
long staying power and a modest
type of glamor all its own.
The main point to always
remember is that anyone who
helps bowling anywhere helps
June 4 - 11, 2013 SPORTS REPORTER 3
G GO O B BO OW WL L
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Ronnie Simon 289-726
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ronnie
Simon led the scoring in the
Monday Night Fourplay League
firing games of 289-243 for a high
series of 726.
Glenn Daly shot 276, Danny
Riccobono 268-687, Paul Baron
255-704, and Kevin Masick 238-
In the Saturday Island Trees
League Jim Reams shot 246, Rob
Johnson 235, Don Balducci 223-
213, and Joe Catalano 213.
Ed Conlon 287
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ed
Conlon paced the scoring in the
Tuesday Early Birds League firing
games of 287-251 for a 739 series.
Amefika Greaves rolled 279-
237-742, BJ Fuller 259-247-725,
Leroy Williams 249-240-694, and
Mike Bagnato 269-232-660.
John Smalkin 289
FARMINGDALE, NY – John
Smalkin led the scoring in the St.
Martin’s Major League firing a
high game of 289.
Brandon Soedarmasto rolled
247-268-250-765, Liz Ferraro
234, Sammi Ng 226, Carly Licht
222, and Deanna Rosenberg 218-
Doc Bransum 279
Mac McNally 771
FARMINGDALE, NY – Doc
Bransum led the scoring in the
Wednesday Men’s League firing
a high game of 279 and Mac
McNally took high series honors
with a 771 on games of 258-259-
Joe DiGiacomo rolled 277, Joe
Caracciolo 275, Mike Bagnato
266-245-210-721, Tyrone Brown
258-227-680, and Paul Bouchard
In the Wednesday Party
League Brian Siemers rolled
248, Ira Kaskel 235, Mike
Marrazzo 226, and David Brand
Craig Bogart 278
FARMINGDALE, NY – Craig
Bogart led the scoring in the
Sunday Early Mixed League fir-
ing a high game of 278.
George Mazzocchi 255, Wayne
Embleton 244, Joe Venezia 228,
and Rich Fiorentino 223.
Billy Snyder rolled 201 in the
Sunday Adult/Junior League.
Ralph Ehrlich 278
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ralph
Ehrlich led the scoring in the
Monday Night Fourplay League
firing a high game of 278.
Glenn Daly rolled 236-265-
245-746, Robert Horvath 203-
257-207-667, Mickey Newbeck
255-220-657, Danny Riccobono
254-681, Mike Palumbo 241-
237-221-699, and Ronnie Simon
Wayne Emblem 672
FARMINGDALE, NY –
Wayne Emblem led the scoring
in the Tuesday Nite Owls League
firing a high game of 279.
Bill Kremlicka rolled 249,
George Zandier and Kenny
Simon 246, Rob Larsen 242, and
David Diamond 238.
In the Thursday Good Timers
League Dale Alberino rolled
247-244-221-712, Mike Herman
238, Mike Bagnato 236-222-
657, and Dean Alberino 234.
Damon Brown 762
FARMINGDALE, NY – Damon
Brown led the scoring in the
Thursday 3-Man League firing
games of 247-279-236 for a high
series of 762.
Joe Traina Jr. rolled 278-235,
Justin Dellicarpini 278-224-710,
Tyrone Brown 268-259-710, Earl
Holden 268-771, Phil Aronson
267-246-696, and Frankie
In the Sunday Early Mixed
League Rich Florentino and Joe
Venezia rolled 258, Rainer Latteier
246-225, John Tortora 239-212,
Kenny Keating 237, Jon Diamond
231, and Frank Latteier 204.
Nathaniel Fuller 759
FARMINGDALE, NY –
Nathaniel Fuller led the scoring in
the Tuesday Early Birds League
games of 239-275-245 for a high
series of 759.
Jim McGlynn rolled 247-268-
227-742, Chris Weiss 267, and
Kerrick Jones 265.
Brandon Soedarmasto 727
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brandon
Soedarmasto led the scoring in the
St. Martin’s Major League firing
games of 245-229-253 for a high
series of 727.
Chris Reilly rolled 234-255-664,
Nathan Smith 200-225-224-649, Liz
Ferraro 245-223-660, and Emily
In the St. Martin Senior Boys
League Jake Diamond rolled 193-
182, Joseph Smalkin 192, Aahish
Chohan 189, Amanda Heme 185.
Kristie Testa rolled 213, Michael
Droshin 189, and Erin Gallagher 180
in the Saturday Junior Scholarship.
Angel Salcedo Jr. 279
FARMINGDALE, NY – Angel
Salcedo Jr. led the scoring in the
Friday Late Mixed League firing a
high game of 279.
Matt Brust shot 259, Hari
Teryr Uminsky 256, Brian Selwin
255-243-701, Anthony Ammirati
247-222-233-701, Joe Camacho
and Ed Snevily 239, and Kathy
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Charles Wilfong 269
MADISON, NJ – Charles Wilfong
topped the scoring in the Thursday
Mixed League firing a high game
of 269 and a high series of 704.
Travis Wilfong hit 228-617, and
Jim Hilligas 223-613.
Tom Matyus 267
MADISON, NJ – Tom Matyus
paced the scoring in the Police &
Fire League firing a high game of
Joe Horincewich shot 247, and
Joe Marchese and Ian Lerner 243.
Donny Prisco 255
MADISON, NJ – Danny Prisco
led the scoring in the Tuesday 400
Doubles League firing a high
game of 255.
Frank Fillimon shot 232, and
Scott Harwood 213.
In the Monday Night Ladies
League Jodi Belli rolled 244-602,
Karin Sainato 200, and Alice
In the Plaza Ladies League
Heather McSweeney shot 212,
and Liz McKissock 210.
Jon Russo 267
MADISON, NJ – Jon Russo led
the scoring in the Wednesday Trio
League firing a high game of 267.
Joe Mazzarese hit 258-688, Ian
Lerner 258, Harry Franz 667, and
Stephanie Rahn 225.
In the Pharma Plus League Steve
Apati hit 246, Joe Paino 245, Dan
Smith 230, and Laura Russo 210.
Charles Wilfong shot 222, Bette
Simmons 213, Frank Zimmerman
211, and Bill Phair 201 in the
Thursday Mixed League.
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Tuesday Early 5-Man
Scott Dunning was the high scorer with his 278 fol-
lowed by Keith Schirmer with 277, Brett Contreras
270, Fred O Callaghan 268, and of course Tom Twist
259, along with Mike Cutola, Joe Leardo Jr. 257-256,
Jerry Ramirez 256, Al Luzzi 255, Doug Weiler and
Steve Blitzstein 248, Shaun Dunning 247, Jerry
Ramirez and Joe D Amico246, John Rebecky 242,
Jerry Ramirez had a nice 746 on games of 256, 244,
What a surprise high game was rolled by Kevin
(Tito ) Jackson 289 694, 2nd high game, another sur-
prise, Kenny Lee 269-231-217-717, Mike
Necocleous 248, Billy Zika 245, Rob Ulrich 242,
Chris Rolan 236, and Bobby Truppner 231-225.
From The Seniors
James Hines 215-212, Walt Taormina Sr. 213, Joe
Bev 212, Frank Rano 202.
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Junior Program Director
1113 Route 46, Ledgewood, NJ 07852
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At least a Bronze level preferred
Must have experience with forming and running a league
Current programs run Saturday mornings and
Monday through Fridays after school.
Call Keith at 973-584-8600
In the Monday Seniors: Bob Sandkuhl 257-606,
Michael Sala 223-206-630-205, Bob Haskin 205,
Ray Wilson 204, Tom Fahey 202.
In the Tuesday Early Birds: Liz Faust 222-628,
Diane Parziale 216-206, Pam Guerrera 209, Regina
Sander 208, Christine Kempf 227, Jenn D’lorio 219.
In the Tuesday BK Sweenyes: Kevin Senff 243-
236, Dave Brussenski 236, Joe McLaughlin 235,
Steve McTigue 237, Jack Simone 236, Bill
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Pete
Thomasefsky 248-224-678-247, Bob Sandkuhl 223,
John Zalewski 211, Mike Damato 210, Rocky
Torrieri 246, Sal White 235, George Freitag 224, Joe
Cagna 222, Bob Haskin 216, Jack Mateer 213.
In the Wednesday Ladies Scratch: Kathy
Wodzinski 235, Ann Yablonsky 200, Virginia Vannier
211,600, Ginny Lutter 202.
In the Monday Seniors: Joe Marsiello
220,215,601, Ray Wilson 210,201, Richard Mennona
204, Bob Haskin 202, Tom Fahey 200.
In the Thursday Night Foursome: Sean
Thompson 288,738, Ken Wojkylo 280,268, Joe
Valdina 279, John Maglione 278, Marcus White 265,
Jack Kampf 258,258,772, Heather Mitchell 236.
In the Monday LIA: Joe Migliano 298,784, Richie
Visconti 279,739, Chris Schnepp 261,727, Tony
Santilli 258, Jospeh Morreale 257, Ray Perry 257,
Joanne Perry 258,676, Alicia Defino 217, Patty
In the Tuesday Early Birds: Diane Parziale 247,
Betty Espy 227, Karen Garland 205, Theresa Rogers
204, Jenn D’lorio 203.
In the Tuesday BK Sweeney’s: Mike Gregorio
266, Joe McLaughlin 264, Dan Hastings 258,708,
Jack Simone 245.
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Pete
Thomasefsky 235,643, John Ray 234, Richie Coyer
216, Bob Haskin 210, Joe Marsiello 207.
In the Thursday Hits and Misses: Dennis Driscoll
257, Irv Freed 255,237, Jim Fenimore 237,235,655,
Sue Oventhal 200.
SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES
In the Sunday AM Trios: Ed Stadtlander 277-739,
Mike Brill 276, Keith Hengel 269-740, Keith Pappas
267-721, Frank Yodice Jr. 263, Dave Diamond 256,
Jason Forshee 255-734, Paul Minuto 253, and Chris
Goss rolled a 253.
In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Gene
Kelly 210, John Barrett 205, Pat Bresnahan 207.
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Bob
Sandkuhl 228, Pete Thomasefsky 224-223-658, Joe
Marsiello 223, Charlie Stumpf 216, Ray Wilson 213,
John Ray 212, Joe Cagna 209, Bernie Goldstein 204.
In the Wednesday Ladies Scratch: Ginny Lutter
203, Barbara Sheldon 203, Jennette James 205,
Kathy Wodzinski 201-214, Virgina Vannier 214.
In the Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Jon Crawford
256, Byron Lamm 648-674, Paul Devito 242, Susie
In the Saturday Parrot Heads: Ed Doyle 288-
654, Lou Perullo 263, John Cunningham Jr. 242.
In the Monday LIA: Seth Marcus 280,710, Keith
Pappas 279,719, Chris Schnepp 267,724, Sally
Gibilterra 222,204, Mary Gottesman 204, Cathy
Taormina 203, Jen Zappolo 202, Josephine
In the Tuesday Early Birds: Diane Parziale
253,220,685, Karen Bernardo 235,215,619, Kathy
Mahn 215, Freda Amon 215, Karen Garland 215.
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June 4 - 11, 2013 SPORTS REPORTER 7
Monday Early Birds: James
Stiles 258-720, Ken George 249-
679, Frank Preta 247, Karen
Evangelista 213-580, Annette Rossi
201-541, Betty Hessler 201-517.
County Tuesday Night Mixed:
Jarvis Goldberry 269-682, PJ
Adams 237, Eugene Opsasnick
237, Sandy Turner 237-656,
Debbie Pastore 226, Nichole
Fox Hills Seniors: Daryl Frank
212-549, Don King 212-515,
Robert Forte 209-530, Kathy
Ingenito 161-439, Lorraine Dacko
156, Helen Loverro 153-405.
Morris Hills Mixed: Sal
Antoniello 202-534, Andy Romo
184-476, Manny Barroqueriro
181-502, Nancy Kolbush 172-
455, Gerrie Taormina 159-406.
Rockaway Women: Susan
Chillemi 224-577, Colleen Boyd
206, Marybeth Kanouse 189-491.
Rockaway Foursome: Joe Serico
279-707, George Dakak Jr. 258-
672, Gary Malone 257-671, PJ
Adams 246-695, Joyce Hulbert
224-610, Liesl Apgar 223, Joan
NorBu Lodge: Chris Bakos 248-
674, Charles Wright 245-655,
John Schreiner 225, Marie
Vantreuren 235-597, Darlene
Thursday Nite Mixed: Crabby
Brown 254-659, Matthew Wood
243-629, Jim Westergaard 231-
605, Nidia Haneveld 214-530,
Carole Crenzio 204-524, Jessica
Spanish American Mixed: Benny
Nieves 268-751, Eddie Acevedo
265-702, Julio Soto 259-702,
Lynne Coleman 206-600.
(2 games): David Longedyck
107-192, Connor Tole 104-188,
Ryan Tole 104-188, Hannah
Digangi 122-207, Michael Cali
98-184, Lucia Brancato 98-163.
PBA Experience – bowled on
PBA conditions: Brian Scott 234-
637, Bob Sperling 221-575,
Joseph Caloger 219-536, Ken
Yokobosky 232-613, Matt Graham
232-628, Thomas Lulewicz 223-
628, Liesl Apgar 223-646.
Friday Tri-Mixed: Geno
McCroy 221-572, Daryl Frank
197-532, Michelle Halko 204-
519, Amy Caselli 145-371.
Friday Nite Mens: Chris Morris
299-736, Heriberto Matias 278-
751, Jim Westergaard 268-722,
David Ragucci 266-703, James
Stiles 255-648, Frank Grumka
224, William Landrum 225.
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Andrew Tripka 775
HOPELAWN, NJ – Andrew Tripka topped the scoring in the Middlesex
County Classic League firing games of 254-246-275 for a high series of
Travis Tilley rolled 259-258-239-756, Glenn Mohr, Jr. 266-221-247-
734, and Marty Kowalczyk 279-246-207-723.
In the NJ Turnpike League Basha Miller rolled 217-237-630, Ricky
Calderon 253, and Michael Morris, Larry Clarke and Penny Smith 203.
Rich Funk III 769
HOPELAWN, NJ - Rich Funk III led the scoring in the Academy
Madness League firing games of 245-225-299 for a high series of 769.
Rocco Fortunato rolled 227-239-279-745, Dan DeBenedetto 267-209-
257-733, and Mike Dellamanna 242-214-651.
Michael Consiglio 754
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Consiglio led the scoring in the Madison
Park Men’s League firing games of 226-269-259 for a high series of
Anthony Martino rolled 298-249-742, Jeff Scire 220-256-257-733, and
Billy Smith 218-223-233-674.
Thomas Curtin 733
HOPELAWN, NJ - Thomas Curtin topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay
Men’s League firing games of 258-216-259 for a high
series of 733.
Jeff Kenny rolled 259-235-237-730, Rick Sciulla 265-
236-222-723, Steve Venito Jr. 256-234-233-723, and
Glenn Mohr 249-208-255-712.
In the Merck League Anthony Scutari shot 246-219-
201-666, Matt Lombardo 250-624, Debbie Ewanciw
268-630, and John Struss 225-604.
Steve Venito 712
HOPELAWN, NJ – Steve Venito led the scoring in the
Family League firing games of 235-236-241 for a high
series of 712.
Anthony Angotti rolled 213-214-240-667, Dave
Morgante 205-203-257-665, Rocco Fortunato 248-636,
and Sal Angotti 226-201-614.
Andrew Shaw 691
HOPELAWN, NJ - Andrew Shaw topped the scoring in
the Avenel Youth League firing games of 234-221-236
for a high series of 691.
Joseph Jansen rolled 246-202-640, Ryan Johnson 226-
209-614, and Branden Barrese 221.
In the Iselin AA League Joe Hennessy rolled 234-233-657,
Travis Dielo 233-205-618, and Raymond Woitowicz 232.
Anthony Martin 689
HOPELAWN, NJ – Anthony Martin led the scoring in
the 8 for 8 Adult League firing games of 263-234 for a
high series of 689.
John Delgado rolled 244-240-667, Kyle Bialick 205-
234-206-645, and Patrick Sawler 225-215-634.
Michael Ramer 688
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Ramer led the scoring in the
Garden State Mixed League firing games of 233-207-248
for a high series of 688.
Alberto Tadeo shot 225-203-237-665, Jose Medina 222-
203-234-659, and Chris Herrick 220-233-645.
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
OAKLAND, NJ - The Junior Gold
Scratch competition ended its ninth
week at Holiday Bowl with the high-
est set of scores to date. Montville
junior Patrick Teshima, who current-
ly holds high average at 187,
regained first place in the twenty
player field by taming the challeng-
ing sport shot with a triple deuce
[203-208-224] 635 , knocking Kyle
Schellberg from the top rung. There
were five other “600” sets rolled,
best of which were recorded by the
Cilento brothers who tipped the
charts with an identical 654 mark.
Dylan, a Pompton Lakes junior,
swept nine points from Indian Hills
junior Graham Mulligan with a 238-
193-223 while younger sibling Nick
took seven of nine from St. Mary
senior Reinardo DeJesus, scoring the
evening’s high games of 235-244.
In other matches, Montville junior
Justin Puchalski leapfrogged into
second place, hammering 206-190-
217-613 in capturing nine points
from DePaul sophomore Joe
Malyack. Pompton Lakes senior
Kyle Stefanic climbed to third place,
firing 201-214-197-612, earning
seven points from Passaic Tech jun-
ior Austin Hackett. The session’s
other big set went to Tyler Suser who
tallied 233-209-612 in his 7-2 win
over Jonathan Mormando.
Rounding out the day’s schedule,
Alex McGuire, Phil Hubelbank and
Simon Lezaja swept their respective
matches with Anastasia DeLeon,
Lexus Lopez and Lilly Sigona while
Ryan McGuire grabbed seven points
from Isiah Tolbert.
Patrick Teshima Leads Junior Gold Bowlers
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East Meadow, NY -Alex Padmore,
Jamaica, NY won his second
LIGBT title of the season by
shooting a 251 handicap game
which defeated 3 other shootout
finalists. Finishing second with a
242 was Ferrill McNeil, Bronx,
NY who earned $600. Third place
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NY who rolled a 196 worth $400.
Rounding out the top 4 was Cary
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The final shootout started close
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open in the first 5 frames. Alex
lead was created by a few “lucky”
strikes and good spare making. As
the game developed Alex stayed
clean to secure his victory.