LAS VEGAS

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Professional Bowlers
Association Hall of Famer
Amleto Monacelli success-
fully defended his Suncoast
PBA Senior U.S. Open pre-
sented by Storm title at the
Suncoast Bowling Center
for his second career
PBA50 Tour title and to
become the sixth different
winner in six tournaments
this season.
As the top qualifier for
the finals, the Venezuelan
defeated 2011 Senior U.S.
Open winner and two-time
PBA50 Player of the Year
Ron Mohr, 199-193, in the
championship match of the first
major tournament of the season.
He now joins fellow Hall of
Famers Wayne Webb and Tom
Baker as two-time winners of
the tournament.
Mohr, who moved to Las
Vegas from Eagle River, Alaska,
right before the start of the
tournament, had a chance
to win the match by throw-
ing the first strike in the
10th frame but left a solid
10 pin.
"He threw a great shot
but the same thing hap-
pened to me the frame
before," Monacelli said.
"It something that happens
a lot in the U.S. Open."
Monacelli took an early
lead in the match but left
the unusual 3-4-6-7-10
split in the fourth frame
which he failed to convert
and consequently evened
up the match.
See Senior U.S.OPENpage 3
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Focused Jake Peters Wins First Title
In Lucas Oil PBA Badger Open
By Bill Vint - PBA
Amleto Monacelli Successfully Defends PBA Senior
U.S. Open Title for First Win of the Season
By Jerry Schneider - PBA
MONTVALE, NJ – Mike Brickner
was perfect with a 300 game
rolling in the Montvale Major
League at Montvale Lanes and the
high series was Gerritt Overreem
with a 791 set.
Terry Drenth posted 216-248-257-
721 followed by Toto Roldan with
227-239-253-719, Kevin Conroy
223-239-254-710, Jeff Schuster
211-231-268-710, Bob Higgins
215232-259-706, Chris Trembath
202-247-255-704, Tom Van Wort
257-697, Dennis Hanowitz 254-
257-693, Adrian Lawson 246-692,
Justin Hawkins 684, Andrew
Hedaria 676, Jun Jun Roldan 676,
and Mike Rovetto 676.
PBA photo
Amleto Monacelli caught another Eagle winning
his second consecutive Senior U.S. Open.
CORAM, NY - Alex Garger shot
his first 300 of the year and also
shot an 805 in the same night as
Heather McGee left one pin and
shot a 299 in Tuesday Night
Mixed and said “I choked... haha.”
Frank Mirabile took the spotlight
when he shot a 300 game in
Monday Night Toss-Ups mixed
league at Coram Country Lanes.
Alex Garger Blasted 300-805,
Frank Mirabile 300, Heather McGee 299
At Coram Country Lanes
Mike Brickner Rolled 300,
Gerritt Overreem 791 at Montvale
PORT JEFFERSON STA-
TION, N.Y. – Matt O’Grady
of South Amboy, N.J. defeat-
ed Gary Haines of West
Babylon, N.Y., 224-207, to
win his first Professional
Bowlers Association Regional
title in the Port Jeff Eastern
Open at Port Jeff Bowl.
O’Grady, who had a 7-5
match play record, rolled 280
in the position round game to
move from third to the lead.
He met Haines, the top East
Region rookie, in the title
match after Haines won both
of the preliminary matches.
O’Grady earned $2,500 while
Haines earned $1,300 as the
runner-up.
Finishing in third place was
Ken Yokobosky of Fredon,
N.J., collecting $1,100 fol-
lowed by fourth place
Johnathan Bower, Middletown,
Pa., with a $1,000 paycheck.
Alex Cavagnaro,
Massapequa, N.Y., $900; Ryan
Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y.,
$850; Ryan Friend, Staten
Island, N.Y., $800; Brian
Ziesig, Levittown, N.Y., $775;
Tommy Gollick, Oberlin, Pa.,
$750; Frankie Calca, Elmont,
N.Y., $725 round out the top
ten.
Posting 300 games in the
event were: Michael Houtz,
Brian LeClair, Brian Ziesig,
and Tommy Gollick.
Matt O’Grady Wins PBA Port Jeff Eastern Open
By Russ Mills - PBA
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Jake
Peters of Decatur, Ill., who had
never finished higher than 19th
place in a previous Professional
Bowlers Association Tour event,
defeated former Wichita State
University teammate Josh
Blanchard of Gilbert, Ariz., 245-
212, to win his first PBA Tour
title in the Lucas Oil PBA
Badger Open at AMF Bowlero.
The first of five GEICO PBA
Summer Swing presented by
Lucas Oil telecasts aired on CBS
Sports Network.
Peters, a 24-year-old second-
year PBA Tour competitor, used
a high level of inward focus to bowl a pair of near-perfect games en
route to his first win. He started the semifinal match against newly-
crowned USBC Intercollegiate Singles Champion Aaron Lorincz of
Belleville, Mich., with six strikes – and nine strikes on his first 10
attempts – for a 265-174 victory, and started the title match against
Blanchard with another five strikes.
See PBApage 3
PBA photo
Port Jeff Propiretor Yvonne Francis with
Champion Matt O’Grady.
USBC photo
Jake Peters with fiancé Melissa
Hurst celebrate his first PBA title.
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Did you know?
Bowling boasts tournaments that have been around
for more than a century and draw from some 5,000
teams to nearly 20,000, that adds up to as many as
100,000 individuals with family and friends who bring
the sport and economic impact to all cities visited.
One of the prime destinations for birthday parties is a
local bowling center, well prepared with bowling for all,
help• for beginners, food, and often a surprise or two.
Bowling rules have changed since their establishment
in 1895 by the American Bowling Congress, and contin-
ued by the Women’s International Bowling Congress
and the United States Bowling Congress, but only after
extensive study and research.
Though bowling has had a presence in the Olympics
it never has been accepted as a medal sport. It has, how-
ever, been fully accepted by many other all-sport com-
petitions and more than 100 countries or federations
make it one of the most organized sports in the world.
Tournaments of all kinds in all places combined with
many types of leagues and groups make it an all season
sport. What is the number of tournaments?? An edu-
cated guess might be 10,000 or more.
The first televised bowling show hit the air in 1947 in
New York City and bowling has continued to be fea-
tured on most national and cable networks for more
than 50 years.
Rob Gilbert, Jr. Fires 289-793
In Youth Doubles
By Vince Albrecht
HACKENSACK, NJ - Sizzling Hackensack senior Rob Gilbert, Jr.
was virtually unstoppable in a recent session of Bowler City’s Youth
Scratch Doubles, pounding the plastic-coats into submission with
scores of 235-269-289-793.
Rob, who was selected for this past season’s high school bowling
All-State First Team, lifted his league average to a phenomenal
232.79 for his thirty-nine games.
There were other huge numbers, resulting in thirty deuces, Rob’s
incredible near “800”, five “650+” and five “600+” sets. Paramus
Catholic soph James Kane opened his third game with a spare and
struck the remaining eleven frames for 290, the morning’s high sin-
gle, to finish with a 662 threesome.
Rutherford junior Danny Bivin smoked the first nine, only to leave
a stubborn 10-pin in the tenth which he missed, leaving him with
267. Hackensack junior Welmer Paguay began his second game with
a four-bagger, then left a light pocket 7-10 split before finishing with
seven strikes for 266. Welmer also had games of 226-201 which gave
him 693, the session’s second best set. Fort Lee’s Ammad Quraishi
blasted 257-243-679 and young Kyle Schellberg chilled the maples
with 246-214-653.
Other fine sets were tossed by: John Silvestro 246-222-642, John
Draney 253-640, Vinny Santoro 235-226-639, Brian Rizzi 246-615
and Devin Puccio 237-613.
“200”s were also posted by: Nathan Tombo 236, Alec Gruttadauria
235, Phil Plucinski 234, Greg Khan and Nick Reyes 215, Kelley
Grippo 209, Patrick Sucero 208, George Held 205, Dana Marie Laloo
204 and Nicole Hurler 203.
They said it well---with comments.
“Accept yourself and don’t feel put down when
you realize you are not Superman, but rather and
ordinary Clark Kent. It’s really okay not to be
perfect.”--- DR. TOM HAGGAI (But just try to
convince your team captain)
“I not only use all the brains I have but all I can
borrow.”---WOODROW WILSON (So don’t ever
turn down good bowling advice or instruction)
“It’s not a sin if you don’t win, but it’s a tragedy
if you don’t try.” ---HAL MORRIS (And don’t
you just hate tragedies)
“The most important thing is to set a goal---and
never give up. Never take anybody else’s work
that something can’t be done. That only means
they can’t do it.”---JACKIE GLEASON (If you
don’t believe him ask such all-time greats Billy
Hardwick and Don Johnson)
“Ninety percent of this game, I think, is 50 per-
cent mental.”---YOGI BERRA (And that’s why
you should always double check your scorekeeper)
“There is very little difference in people, but that
little difference is whether it is positive or nega-
tive.”---CLEMENT STONE (Now you know why,
though 60 pro bowlers may have about the same
ability, some will win $100, and others $100,000)
“For fast-acting relief try slowing down.”---
LILY TOMLIN (Especially when the lanes are
loaded with oil)
“Luck is the residue of design.”--- SYLVIA
MARETT (Always remember, you can’t practice
luck)
“Society is well governed when the people obey
the magistrates, and the magistrates obey the
law.”—SOLON (And so in bowling)
“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the
good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.”---
SHAKESPEARE (Go for it, that new grip, that
better league, that tournament you’ve been eager
to enter)
“As I approve of a youth that has something of
the old man in him, so I am no less pleased with an
old man that has something of the youth.” ---
CICERO (Take bows, Mark Roth and Carmen
Salvino)
“Laughter is not just a pleasure. It’s a necessity.”
---CHARLES SCHULTZ (Where would any
bowler be if they didn’t laugh now and then, at
opponents, at teammates, at themselves)
“Some people are like bad checks. They look
good, but you can’t bank on them.”---MELISSA
WIDNER (If you’re going to make a list of
bowlers fitting this, better get a large pad)
“When fate hands us a lemon, let’s try to make
lemonade.”---DALE CARNEGIE (Think about
that when you run into a tough scoring pair of
lanes)
“There is a fine line between decoration and des-
ecration.” ---RICH RICKMAN (Easily distin-
guished when you go to any bowling center rest-
room)
“Be civil to all, sociable to many, familiar with
few, friend to one, enemy to none.”--- BENJAMIN
FRANKLIN (And that’s the way to win nice guy
and good sportsmanship awards)
“To really know a man, observe his behavior
with a woman, a flat tire, and a child.”---MARCE-
LENE COX (And watch him real close after he
runs into three 10 pin taps in a row)
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"At that point in the match I
real l y wasn' t worri ed, " sai d
Monacelli, who also has two
second-place finishes this sea-
son. "I just analyzed what I did
wrong at that point, refocused,
and just started all over again.
It was something I had to do
many t i mes i n t he t ourna-
ment."
With a previous-best finish
of sixth on the PBA50 Tour
this season, Mohr was very
encouraged by his runner-up
finish in the tournament.
"Overall, I was very pleased
with the way I bowled in what
I believe is the toughest Senior
U.S. Open that I' ve competed
in," said Mohr. "I liked that
shot a lot right off my hand in
the 10th frame but in the end
the best man won the tourna-
ment today."
Mohr, who qualified fourth
for the finals defeated reigning
PBA50 Player of the Year and
2012 Senior U.S. Open runner-
up Walter Ray Williams Jr. in
the opening stepladder match,
279-195, and then went on to
beat five-time PBA Tour titlist
Eric Forkel of Las Vegas, 218-
184, i n t he semi fi nal t o
advance to the title match.
Throughout the 2013 season,
PBA50 Tour players are com-
peting for the opportunity to
advance to the nationally-tele-
vi sed PBA50 Tour Fi nal s
which will be conducted as
part of the World Series of
Bowling V in Las Vegas in
November. The top three play-
ers in points at the conclusion
of the season will advance to
the PBA50 Tour Finals. With
hi s wi n i n t he Seni or U. S.
Open, Monacelli moved into
the lead with 40 points fol-
lowed by Williams with 26 and
Bob Learn Jr. with 20.
SENIOR U.S.
OPEN
Continued from page 1
“I told myself all last night and today that I was going to be slow, stay
focused, stay in the moment and see what happened,” Peters said. “I told
myself if I could keep the ball on line, if it strikes, it strikes. If not,
there’s nothing I could do. The hardest thing to do, once you get a few
in a row, is to not get amped up and that’s why I looked down a lot.
“It was fortunate the first six struck, and then the first five in the title
match. That never happens.”
The victory fulfilled a lifelong dream for the former two-time Junior
Team USA member.
“It’s something I wanted so bad, something I wanted forever,” Peters
added. “I told my fiancé (Melissa Hurst) this morning that I’m ready for
this. I told her this is the one moment I’ve practiced for forever. Since I
was five years old I’ve been throwing mock shots in front of a mirror to
win a title. I’ve done this a million times; it’s just that no one else has
seen me do it.
“I’ve bowled Josh in match play before. I know how good he is, and
that if I didn’t put shots on line, I wasn’t going to win. He wasn’t going
to give me anything. If I had lost, I would have been perfectly okay with
that. I know he’s going to win, but I’m kinda glad it didn’t happen
today.”
Peters said the money he won wasn’t the reason for his jubilation.
“I got the check, but that didn’t mean much until I got to hold the tro-
phy,” he grinned. “That’s really what it’s all about.”
Reminded that he also becomes eligible for the PBA Tournament of
Champions for the first time, Peters responded, “Wow. I never even
thought about that. That’s really awesome.”
Blanchard, the 2011-12 PBA Rookie of the Year, was disappointed he
missed his chance for his first title, but was happy for his ex-
Wheatshocker teammates.
“It’s nice to see (Jake) win. Obviously you want to win yourself, but
it’s nice to see guys who have worked as hard as he has win,” Blanchard
said. “He bowled a great game, but I’ll get there eventually.”
The Badger Open, bowled on a 52-foot lane conditioning pattern – the
longest ever used in PBA Tour competition – was the first ever televised
by CBS Sports Network. In the opening match, Michael Haugen Jr. of
Phoenix defeated Kurt Pilon of Warren, Mich., 224-180. Lorincz elimi-
nated Haugen in the second match, 215-170, before losing to Peters.
PBA
Continued from page 1
Carly Licht 714
FARMINGDALE, NY – Carly Licht led the scoring in St. Martin’s
Major League firing games of 207-232-275 for a high series of 714.
Emily McLaughlin rolled 267-233-691, Kerir Delisi 246-227-656,
Meghan Wing 261-634, and Emily Dean 222-200-621.
Brian Beale 708
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brian Beale paced the scoring in the
Thursday Good Timers League firing games of 247-246 for a high
series of 708.
Mike Weber rolled 245, Donna Bartuglia 235, Ken Tamburrino 231,
and Patricia Hanes 229.
Ed Snevily 278
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ed Snevily led the scoring in the Friday Late
Mixed League firing games of 278-231 for a 700 series.
Joe Johnson rolled 247-717, Anthony Ammirati 268-222, Wingo
Hom 258, Hari Soedarmasto 258-235-708, James Hood 258-223,
Junion Pascual 256-227, and Joe Camacho 223-226-256-705.
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PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
Dick Raymond 290
MADISON, NJ – Dick Raymond topped the scor-
ing in the Wednesday Trio League firing a high game
of 290.
Dan Pridham shot 277, Oren Warter 269, and Sally
Lauderdale 200.
Ian Lerner 277-764
MADISON, NJ – Ian Lerner topped the scoring in
the Police & Fire League firing a high game of 277
and a high series of 764.
Joe Marchese shot 246-684, Jake Bird, Anthony
Pratts, and Bob Newell 224.
Dave Krivak 278
MADISON, NJ – Dave Krivak led the scoring in
the CMIL League firing a high game of 278.
Vinnie Pagnotta shot 765, and Beth VanNess 217.
In the Monday Night Ladies League Jodi Belli shot
208, and Marge Marohn 200.
Al Klein rolled 246, Paul Demyanovich 244, and
Billy Piccola 237 in the Livingston Business Men’s
League.
Frank Petrock Jr. 733
MADISON, NJ - Frank Petrock Jr. rolled a 266
game for a high series of 733 in the Friday Classic
League.
Mike Potoski hit 266-694, Vinnie Pagnotta 264,
Trevor Bogert 688, Ellen Moore 259-697, Donna
Badolato 202, and Stephanie Rahn 200.
Donald Bryant 269
MADISON, NJ – Donald Bryant paced the scoring
in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of
269.
Russ Kyzima hit 246-689, Mike Potoski 245, and
Trevor Bogert 697.
Lies’l Apgar 268
MADISON, NJ – Lies’l Apgar topped the scoring
in the Ladies League firing a high game of 268 and a
high series of 706.
Karen Reinacher hit 193, and Elaine Wilson 191.
In the Junior/Major Breakfast Club Joe Mogelesky
shot 224, Bailey Bancroft 219, and Jack Vander
Meulen 213.
Rebecca Bednarik rolled 139, Joey Verbaro 135,
and Jessica Moran 134 in the Bantam-Prep Breakfast
League.
Victor Pitra 256
MADISON, NJ – Victor Pitra led the scoring in the
Livingston Business Men’s League firing a high
game of 256.
Paul Demyanovich hit 244, and Matt Howard 235.
Charles Wilfong 256
MADISON, NJ – Charles Wilfong led the scoring
in the Thursday Mixed League firing a high game of
256 and a high series of 711.
Travis Wilfong shot 211, and Thomas Litland 206.
Jeff Ader Jr. 255
MADISON, NJ - Jeff Ader Jr. rolled 255-700, and
Jennifer Drury 234-650 in the CMIL League.
In the Plaza Ladies League Lies’l Apgar shot 222-
631, Heather Sweeney 204, and Karen Reinacher 201.
Daneil Sirota rolled 119 and Jeff White 114 in the
Bantam-Prep League.
Jim Landers 251
MADISON, NJ – Jim Landers rolled 251, Lerner
Ian 234, and Thomas Litland 230 in the Police & Fire
League.
Alice Bednarik rolled 223 and Jodi Belli 196 in the
Monday Night Ladies League.
Steve Apati 267
MADISON, NJ – Steve Apati blasted 267, AJ Clark 245, and Joe
Paino 226 in the Pharma Plus League.
In the Tuesday 400 Doubles League Jimmy Granato rolled 217, Dan
Pridham 205, and Dan Prisco 204.
In the Thursday Mixed League Charles Wilfong shot 217, and John
Baldwin 202.
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Tuesday Early 5 Man
We had some impressive scores in this league , starting off with non other than
Tom Twist with a 279, 267 247 793, Brett Contreras 279,246 736, Joe Leardo Jr 278
728, Scott dunning 267, Jeremy Rybak 266, Micky Travaglio & Kevin Easton 255,
Mike (Mush) Barone 249, Al Luzzi 248 655.
Public Safety
The highlights of this league were Dennis Figueroa 247, Billy Zika 245, Tito
Jackson had an off night and shot 238,226, Gabe Piomelli 234, Bill Ochiuzzo 233,
Rob Ulrich 226, Hockey was over for Stevette Day and shot 223.
Thursday Early Mixed
The High games in this league were Super Sub Scott Dunning
265, Leo Castillo 258, Chris Agnoli 252, Ken Scheck 246,239,238
723 Joe Seiple 244, Joe D Amico 237,236,689. Our own Jose
Corniel 233.
On the Senior Front
James Hines 208, Art Clayton 201 & don French 201, Fred
Tomasik 208, Genevieve Worotnik 201.
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In the Monday Seniors: Bill Miller 277-601, Matt
Andrew 249, Ray Wilson 235-625, Bob Haskin 216,
Richard Mennona 215.
In the Monday LIA: Kyle Ludwig 280-718, Ed
Werbeck 279-256-744, Joe Migliano 267-726, Bryan
Costigliola 245, Dawn Palladino 269, Joanne Perry
247-245-686, Jen Zappolo 223-220-658.
In the BK Sweeneys: Steve McTigue 245, Bill
Hammond 237, Joe McLaughlin 237, Dawn Hastings
203.
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors:
Richie Coyer 246-226-640, Pete Thomasefsky 245-
642 Joe Marsiello 226, Bob Haskin 226.
In the Wednesday Ladies Scratch: Virginia
Vannier 265, Ginny Lutter 215, Pat Hayes 204.
In the Thursday Charles McShane: Gary Galati
282, David Wallace 267, Steve Miller Sr. 267-266,
Bill Riccio 266, Ira Wiener 266, Keith Pappas 253-
715, Brian Werbeck 252-710.
In the Thursday Night Foursome: Tom
DeVincenzo 269, Joe Valdina 267, Sean Thompson
267, Al Green 266-745, Ed Barnett 263-726, Dawn
Palladino 225.
In the Monday LIA: Ray Perry 278-739, Ed
Werbeck 267, Joe Migliano 256-700, Darren Thomas
253, Joey Orlando 249, Chris Elsworthy 247, Steve
Lassman 246, Mike Zatwarnicki 246, Sally Gibilterra
222, Mary Gottesman 221, Laura Hines 221, Patty
Werbeck 208.
In the Tuesday Early Birds: Jenn D’lorio 222,
Freda Amon 221, Kelly Sulllivan 215-621, Cookie
Jacobs 211, Liz Faust 211, Dianne Buckman 211,
Pat Curatolo 210, Diane Parziale 210, Anne
Zajack 206-609.
In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Cappy
Caporusso 216-203, Bob Archer 208.
In the Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Dave Brussenski
247, Mike Gregorio 247, Kevin Senff 245-246,
Steve McTigue 236, Danny Gormley 236, Dawn
Hastings 222-616, John Gannon 256, Bill
Hammond 244, Matt Hammond 237.
In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: George
Kinkel 207-203, Cappy Caporusso 206.
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors:
Bob Sandkuhl 234-212-638, Pete Thomasefsky
214-207-611, Richie Coyer 214-213-611, Charlie
Stumpf 207, Rosemary Garcia 255.
In the Wednesday Ladies Scratch: Virginia
Vannier 216-618-212, Jennette James 200, Gayle
Frommling 222, Ginny Lutter 201.
In the Thursday Charles McShane 3-Man:
Gary Galati 282, David Wallace 267-257, Steve
Miller Sr. 267-266, Bill Riccio 266, Ira Wiener
266, Keith Pappas 253-279-722, Brian Werbeck
252, Phil Wakefield 723, Lou Perullo 289-716,
Paul Thivierge 279-736, James Sabbagh 279,
Steve Ziesig 269-733, Bruce Dargie 267, Donald
Socci 259-722, Ed Werbeck 259, Sam Brenner
258.
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ROLLERS
PBA Experience:
Ken Yokobosky 237-650, Tom
Selkow 211, Scott Struble 193,
Tami Mehesy 174, and Dawn
Palmer 167.
Fox Hills Summer Seniors:
Ralph Elgesen 171-454, Barry
Webb 169, Bill Miller 168-453,
Lorraine Dacko 139-378, Marilyn
Forte 136-390, and Pearl Traub
Johnson 136-353.
Wednesday Early Birds:
David Marshal 277-689, Lance
Handon 262-656, Michale Kirc
228, Eddie Matias 228-734,
Regina Nataluk 216-567, Donna
Sodano 212-552, and Joan Rauh
rolled a 203 game.
RENO, Nev. - Eric Espinda of
Albuquerque, N.M., rolled the
highest triplicate in 110 years of
United States Bowling Congress
Open Championships competition
Wednesday on the way to an 837
series at the National Bowling
Stadium.
The 29-year-old right-hander
struck 30 times during his team
event, and his trio of 279 games
tops Kevin Shafer of Eaton, Ind.,
and Gary Exner Jr. of Racine,
Wis., who previously held the trip-
licate record with 248.
"It felt really good, and my main
focus all night was just one shot at
a time," said Espinda, who made
his eighth USBC Open
Championships appearance and
entered this year with a high set of
692. "I got away with a break ear-
lier in the final game when I
tugged it a good three or four
boards and it held, so I knew I had
some room to play with. I just
knew if I got it off my hand clean,
it would take care of itself down
lane."
Espinda's set is the second 800
of the 2013 event and is tied for
third-highest series in the tourna-
ment's eight visits to the 78-lane
NBS. Dean Billings of Rootstown,
Ohio, fired an 813 series during
his team event May 8, while Team
USA member John Janawicz of
Winter Haven, Fla., owns the NBS
record with 858, rolled on his way
to Regular Singles and Regular
All-Events wins in 2004.
T.J. Schmidt of Osceola, Ind.,
who shot 855 in doubles in 2011,
and D.J. Archer of Mineral Wells,
Texas, who used the momentum of
an 837 series to capture the 2001
Regular All-Events crown, round
out the top three scores at the
NBS.
The highest series in tournament
history belongs to Bo Goergen of
Midland, Mich., who rolled games
of 299, 299 and 264 for an 862
series on his way to the 2009
Regular Singles title in Las Vegas.
Espinda's effort helped SSDLL
of Rio Rancho, N.M., to a 3,153
team total. Janawicz's team,
Lodge Lanes Too of Orlando, Fla.,
leads Regular Team with a record
score of 3,538.
Espinda attributed his success to
his team's ability to work together
to open up the oil pattern.
"We had a game plan going in
and 10 really good bowlers," said
Espinda, who bowls regularly at
Albuquerque's Silva Lanes. "Our
game plan was to take something
dull and break them down around
5, 6 and 7 and leave the inside
alone until we had to get there.
Without the other players, I
wouldn't have been able to do it."
Eric Espinda Breaks USBC OC Triplicate Record with 837
By Jim Schroeder and Aaron Smith - USBC
USBC photo
Eric Espinda rolled 279-279-279-
837 to set USBC OC record.
8 SPORTS REPORTER June 19 - 25, 2013
Michael Consiglio 724
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael
Consiglio led the scoring in the
Madison Park Men’s League firing
games of 243-258-223 for a high
series of 724.
Jeff Scire rolled 245-209-246-
700, Joe Herber 268-247-685, and
Michael Dinaburg 246-224-671.
Mike Bauer 712
HOPELAWN, NJ - Mike Bauer led
the scoring in the Friday Nite
Mixed League firing games of 257-
221-234 for a high series of 712.
Joe Herber rolled 252-214-224-
690, Tony Tamondong 236-258-
688, and Pat Sawler 219-233-232-
684.
In the Avenel Youth League
Migueal Arocho shot 244, Andrew
Shaw 214, and Branden Barrese
213.
Michael Peterson rolled 210-238,
Lou San Jos e224, and Sherry
Garcia 214 in the Friends &
Family League.
Nick Simone 706
HOPELAWN, NJ – Nick Simone
led the scoring in the Knights of
Columbus League firing games of
258-263 for a high series of 706.
John Masculin rolled 223-225-
647, and Joe Britton 238-631.
Don M. Hellhake 684
HOPELAWN, NJ - Don M.
Hellhake led the scoring in the
Thursday Mixed Nuts League fir-
ing games of 258-235 for a high
series of 684.
John Sylso hit 224-200-616, and
Rolando Vazquez 225.
In the Merck League Mike
Eglesia shot 203-267-638, and
Rob Sarate 202-245-632.
Steve Venito, Jr. 682
HOPELAWN, NJ - Steve Venito
Jr. paced the scoring in the South
Shore League firing games of 213-
222-247 for a high series of 632.
Brian MacDonald and Steve
Venito each tossed a 224 game.
Thomas Poulos 672
HOPELAWN, NJ – Thomas
Poulos led the scoring in the
Thrsday. Nite Mixed League
firing games of 221-228-223
for a high series of 672.
Kyle Jannuzzi rolled 201-246-
643, and Cindy Dunphy 224.
In the Winter Senior Citizen
League Larry Johnson shot 206,
and Rich Rowley 204.
Brent Evans shot 228, and
John Sidorko 204 in the Bank
League.
Michael Holoka 664
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael
Holoka led the scoring in the His
& Hers League firing games of
205-263 for a high series of 664.
Mary Ellen Oehler rolled 222-
222-214-658, and Willie
Figueroa 215.
John Baginsky 662
HOPELAWN, NJ – John
Baginsky led the La Buona
Pizza League firing games of
224-256 for a high series of
662.
John Baginsky, Jr. rolled 245-
219-649, Chrisy Poythress 214-
253-645, and Kristen Troutman
213.
In the Nulty Knockers League
Carole Morgan rolled 200.
Mike Hunter 656
HOPELAWN, NJ - Mike Hunter
topped all bowling the Iselin AA
League firing games of 237-235
for a high series of 656.
Paul Woitowicz shot 245-226-
655, Greg Crawford 226-221-
652, and Tommy Cohen 245.
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