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Vol. 74 No. 36 November 6 - 12, 2013 50 cents
Lucy Sandelin Wins 2013 USBC Senior Queens
And Captures the Triple Crown Shoot-Out
By Aaron Smith - USBC ARLINGTON, Texas - Hall of Sandelin, a former Team USA Famer Lucy Sandelin of Tampa, member, started her day by elimFla., worked her way up the inating 2011 Senior Queens stepladder last week to capture champion Paula Vidad of Sun her second United States City, Calif., 228-205, before narBowling Congress Senior rowly sneaking by defending Queens title. champion and Hall of Famer Sandelin, the 2007 USBC Anne Marie Duggan of Edmond, Senior Queens champion, defeatOkla., 257-256, in a dramatic ed fellow Hall of Famer Tish ending seen live on BowlTV. Johnson of Colorado Springs, Duggan had the opportunity to Colo., 279-224, in the champishut out Sandelin as she stepped onship match at the International up in the final frame, but left a 10 Training and Research Center to pin on her opening shot. After claim the coveted tiara, pendant converting the spare, Duggan left and $3,000 top prize. The event an eight count on her fill ball to was presented by Storm. give Sandelin the chance to move USBC photo on to the finals. Sandelin delivIn the championship match, Lucy Sandelin Johnson stepped up in the final ered the first two strikes and a frame and had a chance to put some pressure on nine count on the fill to secure the one-pin victory. Sandelin, but left a 4-6-7 split that virtually assured See Lucy Sandelin page 2 Sandelin would win the title.
Hari Soedarmasto Blasted 300 At Farmingdale Lanes
FARMINGDALE, NY – Hari Soedarmasto blasted a 300 game for a 691 series in the Friday Late Mixed League at Farmingdale Lanes. Mike Clark rolled 269-257-690, Joe Haines, Jr. 259-227, Peter Hill 258-223, James Hood 258, Clayton Hunt 257, and Brian Selwin and Scott Zimmerman 249.
Doug Stefanic 300 at Van Houten
CLIFTON, NJ – Doug Stefanic blasted a 300 game while contesting in the Tuesday Mixed Starlite League at Van Houten Lanes. Mike Balettano earned high series honors for the session tossing 224-238-233 to end with a 695 set.
Eric Velazquez Hit 300 At Majestic Lanes
HOPELAWN, NJ- Eric Velazquez blasted a 300 game along with games of 248 and 200 for a 748 series in the Middlesex County Classic League at Majestic Lanes. Joe Quinn shot 269-257-237763, Andy Polidura 247-276-705, Kelly Joy 246-234-226-706, Danny Lopez 203-266-235-704, Mickey Endress 224-245-217686, and Jim Kish 213-267-205685.
“The World” Wins High 5 Gear PBA League Challenge to Kick Off PBA World Series of Bowling V
By Bill Vint - PBA LAS VEGAS – “The World,” a team of seven international stars, defeated an allstar team of American professionals last week to win the High 5 Gear PBA League Challenge: USA vs. The World, a special event that kicked off PBA World Series of Bowling V at South Point Bowling Center. The special event was webcast live on PBA’s online bowling channel, Xtra Frame. The international team won the Challenge with a 211-183 Baker team victory to conclude the special event, earning three points for the team win and a 4-2 victory in the competition with featured a singles match, an alternate-ball doubles match and a Baker trio match. In the team finale, Finland’s Osku Palermaa struck in the sixth frame, following a strike in the fifth frame by The World team captain, Jason Belmonte of Australia, to give his team the lead. Consecutive strikes by Venezuela’s Amleto Monacelli, England’s
USA vs. The World was a preview for the 2014 PBA League season which gets underway on January 22 at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich. The PBA World Series officially began when a capacity field of 240 players, representing 21 countries, bowled the Cheetah Championship qualifying and semifinal rounds opening day last week. The Viper, Chameleon and Scorpion Championships – all named after distinct lane conditioning patterns used in the competition – followed. PBA photo The top 24 players based upon combined ‘The World’ team with Mika Koivuniemi, Andres Gomez, Jason Belmonte, Todd qualifying totals from the four animal patMolbeck, Amleto Monacelli, Stuart Williams, Dom Barrett, and Osku Palermaa. tern championships will advance to the Dom Barrett and two more by Belmonte over an international team composed to PBA World Championship match play clinched the victory. Belmonte, Palermaa and Monacelli. finals. The USA had taken an early 2-1 lead when England’s Barrett and Stuart Williams All of the preliminary rounds were covered Chris Barnes defeated Finland’s Mika defeated PBA Hall of Famers Pete Weber live on Xtra Frame and the World Series of Koivuniemi, 265-233, in the singles match and Norm Duke, 257-166, in the doubles Bowling V final results will be here in the and Sean Rash, Bill O’Neill and Mike match. Sports Reporter next week. Fagan won the Baker trios contest, 234-219, The High 5 Gear PBA League Challenge:
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"I know it's a cliché, but I was just trying to do the same thing every time," Sandelin said. "It wasn't about winning. It was about that moment and making that shot. The second one was a little fast and the 5 pin carried, but the way I see it, they owed me a few hits from yesterday." With the victory, Sandelin joins Hall of Famers Sandra Postma (three) and Shirley Levens (two) as the only competitors in tournament history with multiple Senior Queens titles. "This validates that the first title wasn't a fluke," Sandelin said. "I finished second a few times at the Senior U.S. Women's Open and at the Triple Crown, and I wondered if I would win again. Winning never gets old. The older you get, the sweeter it is." Sandelin's week at the ITRC also saw her capture the title at the Triple Crown Shoot-Out presented by The Orleans on Sunday. She credited her successful run to setting small goals throughout the week and working her way through each one. "I wrote down small goals for the week, almost like a stepladder," Sandelin said. "Each day I was able to check something off the list. It didn't seem as overwhelming, and I was able to take it one day at a time and move onto the next goal." Johnson received $2,000 for second place, while Duggan and Vidad earned $1,500 and $1,000, respectively.
Staten Islanders are Champions in First USA Bowling East Regional Championships
Steve Semancik 755 at Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Steve Semancik topped all bowlers with scores of 258-279-218 for a high series of 755 in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League at Parkway Lanes. Rody Kemple tossed a 278 game in a 725 series followed by Joe Donnarumma with 279-720, Jose Marte 237-695, David Marmolejos 247-693, Rich Miller Jr 235-691, Joe Mercurio 258-689, Tyrell Johnson 237-688, Charley Babjak 245-685, Carl Haight 254-680, Robert Fasino 257-678, Mike Guglielmino 242-677, and Roy Castelein 237-674. From the left, back row: Jimmy Clinton (coach), Kaitlin Leung, Anthony Everts, Daniel Costantino, Courtney Gervais, Joe Calendrillo (coach). front row: Ryan Clinton, John Clinton, James Clinton, and Ariana Ameno. STATEN ISLAND, NY – Beginning this fall, USA Bowling will present Regional Tournaments to provide additional opportunities for team competition among youth bowlers ages 15 and under. USA Bowling Regional Tournaments will host four (4) tournaments nationwide in 2013, eight (8) in 2014, and sixteen (16) in 2015. The sixteen regional winners in each division in 2015 will then be invited to participate in the first USA Bowling National Championships in spring 2016. “This event was designed to promote the USA Bowling League program, while at the same time building what will eventually become the ‘Little League World Series of Bowling’”, says Rab’s Country Lanes Proprietor Frank Wilkinson. “We were extremely excited to host the first event this fall and look forward to future events.” Teams of up to 6 competed in two age divisions (U12 and U15) over two days. On Saturday, U12 division teams bowled 3 games and U15 division bowlers rolled 4 games in the Qualifying Round. The top teams advanced to compete in the finals where they bowled 6 games as a team in baker format. The top 3 teams in each division then advanced to a stepladder final to determine the champions. The NexGen All Stars comprised of Ryan Clinton, John Clinton, James Clinton, James D’Angelo, and Ariana Ameno, coached by Joe Calendrillo, claimed the U12 Division title. The Country Pro Shop Bombers, Anthony Everts, Daniel Costantino, Kaitlin Leung, and Courtney Gervais with coaches Tony Everts and Jimmy Clinton, claimed the U15 Division title. In the Semi Final Match NexGen All Stars defeated Rab’s Stars 121 to 91 to move on to the Championship Match where NexGen All Stars defeated NexGen Superstars, TinaMarie Verzi, Allison Everts, Peter Tedesco, and Jill Calendrillo, by a score of 108 to 94 to take the trophy. In the U15 Division Fantastic Four, Anthony DeRosa, Eric Schnellbacher, Joseph Carristo, Daniel Erwin, and Thomas Clinton, defeated Hot Shots 151 to 149 in the Semi Final Match. Championship Match saw the Fantastic Four bow to the Country Pro Shop Bombers 181 to 137 to take home the prize. Posting high scores in the event were: Anthony Everts 210, 190, 261; Anthony Miceli 211, 195; Victoria Hollywood 168, 189; Matthew Goodheart 181; Michael Schembari 188; Kaitlin Leung 168, 162; Collyn Alonso 189.
November 6 - 12, 2013
Gerber Martinez 300 at Shell Lanes
BROOKLYN, NY - Gerber Martinez found the line to complete a 300 game then went on to finish with a 743 high set rolling in the Monday Mixed Handicap League at Shell Lanes. Peter Radioli tossed a 280 in a 709, Hope Dameron 226-652 and Bonny Feliciano 209-613.
AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
Alex Bogolubsky 772
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Alex Bogolubsky topped the scoring in the Friday Night Mixed League firing games of 255-238-279 for a high series of 772. Pasta Alberghine rolled 279, Joseph DiRe 279-267-751, Rick Boremski 267, Jarvis Skellington 262-245-696, Chris Lucchese 258, Tom Finke 252, Bob Eaton 247, John Hodge 224-245-233-702, Jose Torres, Jr. 244, Gina Lella 257, and Steve Patitucci 237-221. In the Tuesday Rockvilles Ladies League Betty Ann Lescher shot 220-212, Patty Werbeck 213, Pam Johnson 203, and Rose Marie Yampiro 202.
Pete Morreale 290
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Pete Morreale topped the scoring in the Tuesday Oceanside K of C League firing a high game of 290. Bill Maxwell rolled 278, Ed Graeff 268227, Phil Tinker 267, Pat Zenker 248-233, Tom Forkin 244-217, Al Fabiano and Bib Eaton 244, Joe Lupo 239-225, William Schierle 236, and Louis Calandro 221-211235-667.
Keith McLeod 300 at Lodi Lanes
LODI, NJ - Keith McLeod found the line and pitched a 300 game to highlight his 754 session high set while rolling in the Wednesday Night Live at Lodi Lanes. John Cassetta bowled a 258 game followed by Kenny Morales 253, and Howie Landau tossed a 253 game.
Joe Truchan 749 at Montvale Lanes
MONTVALE, NJ - Joe Truchan blasted scores of 259-266-224 for a 749 series to lead all scoring in the Thursday Early Bird League at Montvale Lanes. Ed McAuliffe tossed 279-726, Bob Greenwood 279-714, Mike Folchi 252-712, Dave Spano 239-707, Jim Rivers 257-705, Frank Picciotto 279-697, Lee Bandy 246-683, Ken Brown 225-672, Tom Bruno 224-670, and Tom Naclerio 288-670.
Frank Cimino 722
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Frank Cimino led the Thursday Mixed League firing games of 275-237 for a 722 series. Phil Schaffer hit 265-235-231-731, Ed Dyrlie 257, Mike Ferrette 252-222, Teddy Avgerinos 252-223-691, Rich Jones 247220-675, Douglas Becker, Jr. 244, and Betty Ann Lescher 232.
Pat Zenker 299
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Pat Zenker topped the scoring in the Wednesday Night Mixed League firing a high game of 299. Don Railey rolled 278-214, Matthew Redash 268-247-726, John Laurita 267, Rob Benenati 258-258, Joseph Gavin 258210, Peter Tang 255-225, Eileen Rufer 235, and Marie Price 234. In the Thursday El Cheapo League Steve Frey shot 220, Cassie Martinez 213, Joey Green and Anthony Maldonado 210.
Mark Gralto 717
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Mark Gralto topped the scoring in the Tuesday Oceanside K of C League firing games of 230-277-210 for a high series of 717. Tim Malone rolled 267-256-668, Rich Butt 259-254-706, Pat Zenker 257, Al Fabiano 256, Joe Butt, Jr 254-237-674, Bill Maxwell 212-236-248-696, and John Crofts 244.
November 6 - 12, 2013
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Joe Venezia 299
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Venezia topped the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing a close to perfect high game of 299. Anthony Cotter shot 266, Chris Weiss 247-226, Ramon Carcamo 234, Craig Bogart 228, and Jon Diamond 223. In the Monday AM Seniors League Jerry Hoeler shot 188 and Ken Lauri 181.
Mike Gelman 279
FARMINGDALE, NY – Mike Gelman led the Thursday 3-Man League firing a high game of 279. Sal Alberino shot 267, John Cummings 259-229, Rich Brennan 259-244, Joe Traina, Jr. 258-213-252-723, Joe Casale 248, Marc Bieler 245, Frankie Berardino and Joe Costanzo 243.
Shell Lanes Highlights:
BROOKLYN, NY - Shell Lanes hosted its first Youth Marathon Scholarship Tournament where Bowlers from Brooklyn, Staten Island, Bronx and New Jersey came out to score some scholarship money. After the first 8 games, Michael Martell led the scratch division with a score of 1807 and Devon Griffith led the handicap division with a score of 1697. At the completion of match play the championship event came down to Devon Griffith vs. Raychon Brown in the handicap division and Ian Parisi vs. Daijon Smith in the scratch. Devon went on to defeat Raychon with a 2 game handicapped total of 397 to 330. Daijon defeated Ian in the scratch division with a 2 game scratch total of 410 to 382. Scholarships were awarded and in Scratch Division where Daijon Smith collected $130, Ian Parisi $65 and Michael Martell $25. In the Handicap Division Devon Griffith $155, Raychon Brown $85 and Gabriel Vazquez $40.
Adam Krauss 279
FARMINGDALE, NY – Adam Krauss topped the Wednesday Early Men’s Handicap with a 279. Anthony Gatterdam shot 278, Kevin Omeis, Bill Vreeland, Sr. and Ellen Moorehead 277, Bay Stauder 269-215, Larry Langsam and Zach Rothbell 269, Bill Dutton 267, Mario Caramico 266.
Roger Herrscher 761
FARMINGDLAE, NY – Roger Herrscher topped the scoring in the Tuesday Nite Owls League firing games of 289-284 for a high series of 761. Chris Norton rolled 279-254701, Alex Dunn 266, Bill Kremlicka 266-226-671, Steve Pasciuto 244-232, Thomas O’Malley 243-212, David Crane 241-226, Efstratios Sourlis 241, and Kim Falcone 226.
Lloyd Hasluck 258
FARMINGDALE, NY – Lloyd Hasluck led the Wednesday Party League firing a high game of 258. Brian Siemers rolled 255-230, Mike Marrazzo 246, Ira Kaskel 245, Jim Whitton 244, and Kendall Leek 238.
Tyrone Brown 288
FARMINGDALE, NY – Tyrone Brown topped the scoring in the Tuesday Early Birds League firing a high game of 288. Ed Benjamin shot 267-257, Vernon Brown 248-257-267-772, Frankie Berardino 266-237-257760, Dan Oliveri 252, Ed Conlon 247-235, Brian Beale 246-246, Amefika Greaves 246-234-692, Nicole Catapano 265, and Pat Berardino, Cristian Reale and Nathaniel Fuller 245. Joe Livolsi shot 218-206, Ken Lauri 204, Fai Livolsi 225, and John Shedel 194 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League.
Dale Alberino 247
FARMINGDALE, NY – In the Thursday Good Timers League Dale Alberino shot 247, Dean Alberino 246, Mike Herman 236, Ken Tamburrino 215, and Brian Walsh and Don Ciervo 211.
Emily McLaughlin 279
FARMINGDALE, NY – Emily McLaughlin led the scoring in the St. Martin’s Majors League firing a high game of 279. Nicholas Kideris shot 245-207, Mackenzie Wagner 236, Emily Dean 222-201, Nathan Smith and Robyn Haines 219, Elizabeth Ferraro 216, and Kerri Delisi and Sammi Ng 214.
November 6 - 12, 2013
November 6 - 12, 2013
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
Rocco Fortunato 769
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rocco Fortunato topped the scoring in the Family League firing games of 257-278-234 for a high series of 769. Steve Venito shot 247-236-652, Joe Bloodgood 210-225-206-641, Dave Morgante 208-227-626, Susan Bobrowski 225-203-600, and Thomas Kopko 213.
Mike Dellamanna 682
HOPELAWN, NJ –Mike Dellamanna led the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 248-222-212 for a high series of 682. Kevin Cristi shot 222-201-243-666, Frank Testa 217-227-213-657, Nicholas Dellamanna 205-203-245-653, and Richard Funk III 206228-217-651.
Ignited by Jake Rollins’ 748 Youth Travelers Catch Fire at Fair Lawn
By Vince Albrecht FAIRLAWN, NJ - Like perspiration dripping from a frightened person, one could sense the paint melting off the pins when they saw North Jersey Bowler of the Year Jake Rollins about to smash them with his devastating delivery. Appearing for the first time this young season in the Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League, the Glen Rock senior, anchoring for the Fair Lawn squad, tortured the plastics with games of 258-211279: 748. Unquestionably one of the state’s elite high school keglers, Jake’s only real miscue was a soft delivery to start game two which left him with the 4-6-7-10 split. His only other open occurred in the same game when he was left with a pocket 7-10 split. His 13-year-old Fair Lawn teammate Tyler Nappi fired his best ever threesome in the league, posting 266-637. Matt Myers added a 234 and Hassan Izzard an opening 216. Fair Lawn’s scratch totals of 852-2491 put them atop the leader-board in those categories. Even so, the team only managed to come away with two points in the best matchup of the afternoon, dropping a thrilling contest to Bowler City I, 30363010. Leading the victors was Paramus Catholic junior James Kane, 258-189-224671 with ample support from mates’ Kyle Schellberg 234-621, Vin Santoro 208-569 and Welmer Paguay 192-198. Montvale remained unbeaten, sweeping past Bowler City II with an impressive 1039-2981 handicap set, buoyed by Katie Didonato’s 226, Jessica Torres’ 204 and consistent sets from Jon Maloney 519 and Chris Torres 511. Leading BCII was Bergen Tech senior Dean Edwards 243-637 and Ridgefield Park senior Alex Voorhees 213204. In another highly competitive match, Bowler City III outlasted Boonton, 2913-2822 as its entire quartet came through with respectable scores: Nathan Tombo 188-539, Alijah Jackson 192-191, Patrick Sucero 180-512 and Dana-Marie Laloo 178. Pacing Boonton was anchor Matt O’Dea, tallying the afternoon’s third best set, 229-191-246666. Also posting a fine game was Peter Hancock with a 178. Holiday took seven points from shorthanded Lodi, firing a strong 815-2357 net behind Nick Cilento’s triple deuce 234-202-200-636, Pompton Lakes junior Frank Magyar 206-184-245-635, Ryan McGuire 202-198 and Ana DeLeon 191. Top scorer for Lodi was Chris Navarro who closed with a 199 game.
Joe Parillo 278
HOPELAWN, NJ – In the Academy Madness League Joe Parillo shot 278, Dan DeBenedetto 237, Bobby Parillo, Jr. 232, Frank Viverito 225, and Mike Dellamanna 223.
Mike Eglesia 677
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mike Eglesia led the scoring in the Merck League firing games of 236-205-236 for a high series of 677. Rob Sarate shot 221-206-620, Eric Haltli 215-203-607, and Robert Starkiewicz 236.
Casey Creutz 731
HOPELAWN, NJ – Casey Creutz led the scoring in the Goldstein & Hanel Doubles League firing games of 226-257-248 for a high series of 731. George Cretella shot 265-269-730, Rusty Thomsen 214-259-246-719, and Joey Gramiak 232-214-637.
Kevin Kennelly 666
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kennelly led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 211-256 for a high series of 666. Jeff Kubnak shot 258-646, Jeff Pasewark 224, and Brian Petretta 214.
Dorien Soto 731
HOPELAWN, NJ – Dorien Soto topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 257-226-248 for a high series of 731. Travis Tilley rolled 248-213-267-728, Rami Ahmed 203-239-710, Dena Simon 268-234203-705, Glenn Mohr 278-222-699, and Patrick Plate 257-255-683.
Andy Shafer 672
HOPELAWN, NJ – Andy Shafer led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 227-233-212 for a high series of 672. Kevin Bitler shot 223-242-659, Walter Malecki 206-247-610, and Don Anione and Dennis Decrosta 224.
John Baginsky, Jr. 659
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Baginsky, Jr. led the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League firing games of 245-234 for a high series of 659. Vinny R. Medvetz rolled 210-215-209-634, Joe Britton 217-219-631, and Joe Herber 228. In the Winter Senior Citizen League Rich Rowley shot 184, and Jerry Petti 167.
Joe Lampariello 727
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Lampariello topped the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 236-296 for a high series of 727. Willie Zammitto shot 227-235-257-719, Tom Martino, Jr. 227-238-236-691, Gary Brown 226-266-684, Michael Consiglio 228230-223-681, and Christine Scarsella 226.
James McMillon 701
HOPELAWN, NJ – James McMillon led the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 220-289 for a high series of 701. Jose Medina rolled 213-233-237-683, Walter Kronert 236-224-217-677, Rich Hardish 268-229-660, and Barry Bailey 236224-645.
Michael Morris 686
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Morris topped the scoring in the NJ Turnpike League firing games of 237-238-211 for a high series of 686. Mike Grant rolled 202, and David Siegler and Joyce Ellison 200.
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November 6 - 12, 2013
AT SOUTH LEVITTOWN
Monday Seniors: Bob Haskin 226, Michael Sala 203. Tuesday Early Birds: Anne Zajack 247-640, Jenn D’lorio 212-211, Diane Parziale 212, Karen Bernardo 203. Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Richie Coyer 258-214-642, Ray Wilson 245-620, Pete Thomasefsky 236. Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Cappy Caporusso 225-202-602, John Barrett 201. Wednesday Early Birds: Suzanne Gates 244, Addys Reilly 205, Carleen Gregg 202. Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Gordan McDaniel 256, Byron Lamm 235-640, Jon Crawford 234, Susie Lew 235-212-615. Thursday Hits and Misses: Jerry Packard 236-672. Thursday Charles McShane: Brian Werbeck 278-721, Omar Cerutti 266, Bryan Beech 259, Phil Wakefield 258, Todd Klarikaitis 258, Joseph Mormando 257, Jim Doyle 256, Justin Sternberg 256. Thursday Night Foursome: Tom DeVincenzo 279, Joe Valdina 279, Eddie Weissman 279, JAS Santoro 276-733, Mike Berg 265-707, John Maglione 257, Thomas Ott 255, Ken Wojdylo 726. Sunday AM Trios: Jeff Scarola 266-258, Eddie Norton 256, Luciano Gaglione 253, Swifty Catapano 246, Gary Medina 244, Dave Diamond 243, Kevin Falcone 243, Jim Risi 242-706.
AT AMF WALLINGTON LANES PIN POUNDING
Wednesday Early 5 Man Matt Dunning was the high scorer for the night with his 279, Bret Contreras, Brian Jones and Alan Kowal all with nice 267 games. Andrew Thomas 259, Nick Mancini 258, along with Jim Patti Sr, Nino Polanco 257, Al Luzzi 255, Kevin Matawa and Steve Blitzstein248. Bud Light Tuesday 4 Man Kevin Matawa had the high game of the night with his 278, TJ Valentin 268-722, Eddie Penafiel 267, Gary Pelikan 265, Bruce Radigan 258, Pete Cicarelli, Anderson Chae, Steve Shin, James Judge 257. John Jawor 256-255-758, James Salzano , Chuck Ontal , Patrick Dunne and Tom Twist all had 254’s , Kevin Matawa 248, Tony Lore , Adam DiLorenzo and Gabriel Tineo. Public Safety Dave Ferrell Jr. had the high score of the night with his 251, Dennis Figueroa 241, Kenny Lee back from his ‘Micky Visit’ shot 240- 236227-703.Robert Day had a nice 238, Frank Mena 237 Emilio Jimenez 235, Joseph Murittroyd 234, Billy (bucket hat) Zika 231.
Mike Yoboud 299
MADISON, NJ – Mike Yoboud topped the CMIL League firing a high near perfect game of 299. Eric Despotovi hit 722, Emily Riley 220, and Jenifer Dunklin 610.
Joe Parisi 288
MADISON, NJ – Joe Parisi topped the scoring in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of 288 and a 726 series. Bill Piccolo shot 268, Mike Hanlein 268-729, Dave Hanft 683, and Donna Badolato 217. In the Bantam Prep Breakfast Club League Charlie Glunk shot 143, and Zachary Linder and Jeff Witte 127.
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Trevor Bogert 269
MADISON, NJ - Trevor Bogert topped the scoring in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of 269 and a high series of 717. Mike Hanlein shot 256, Donald Bryant and Mitch Weinberg 247, Patty Hanlein 244, and Stephanie Rahn 221.
Scott Harnish 258
MADISON, NJ – Scott Harnish led the scoring in the Pharma Plus League firing a high game of 258. Rich Keirstead hit 234, Don Miller 223, and Marcia Carig 186.
Donny Prisco 247
MADISON, NJ – Donny Prisco led the Tuesday 400 Doubles League firing a high game of 247. Dave Hanft shot 244, and Dan Pridham 221.
Fred Brunner 243
MADISON, NJ – Fred Brunner paced the scoring in the Police & Fire League firing a high game of 243. Jake Bird, David Lee, and Ian Lerner each rolled 231.
Karen Reinacher 241
MADISON, NJ – Karen Reinacher paced the scoring in the Monday Night Ladies League firing a high game of 241. Lilz McKissock shot 201, and Bea Reinacher 194.
November 6 - 12, 2013
AT OCEAN LANES
Matt Russo 299
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Matt Russo topped the scoring in the Saturday Scratch League firing a near perfect high game of 299. Tori Boughton shot 267, Shawn Kollmer 258, Brett Strycharz 255, Allen Bank 244, and Brianna MacLeod 237.
AT RABS COUNTRY LANES
Frank Polizzi 780
STATEN ISLAND, NY - Frank Polizzi topped the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 236-277-267 for a high series of 780. Mike King shot 217-234-236-687, Tom Hollywood 247222-663, Kevin Legg 200-225-206-631, Steve Ortiz 212202-214-628, John Eadicicco 260-222-662, Tom Maninno 217-214-612, and Joe Albanese 203-214-611. In the Larry McSorley Juniors League Sean Van Pelt shot 200, Russell Braccia 193, Michael Braccia 188, and Joseph Dorman 180.
Nick Karfaski 265
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Nick Karfaski rolled 265, Sarah Pitcher 245, Michael Guzman 225, Christy Sharkey 210, Brian Lash 203, and Ryan Waldhelm 201 in the Saturday Junior League.
Frankie Billero Tops
In the Saturday Pin Hitters League Frankie Billero shot 129, Jared Ericksen 123, Alexis Fitamaurice 120, Blaise Harrington, Emily Hehir, and Anthony Tedesco all posted a 109 games.
Nick Kafarski 265
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Nick Kafarski led the scoring in the Saturday Junior League firing a high game of 265. Sarah Pitcher rolled 245-216, Michael Guzman 225, Christy Sharkey 210, Brian Lash 203, and Ryan Waldhelm 201. In the Saturday Pin Hitters Junior League Frankie Billero shot 129, Jared Ericksen 123, and Alexis Fitzmaurice 120
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Steve Demaria 769
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Steve Demaria led the scoring in the Gennaros Pizzatown Men’s League firing games of 245-257-267 for a high series of 769. Ryan Friend rolled 247-267-718, Mike Nicholas 254-704, Shawn Ortiz 279-687, Joe Carlo 246-259-685, John Wiackley 243-252-683, Frank Mazzella 248-692, and Alex Spoto 277-677.
Steve DeMaria 762
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Steve DeMaria topped the scoring in the Gennaros Pizzatown Men’s League firing games of 278-268 for a high series of 762. Joe Gentile, Jr. rolled 259-265-744, Ryan Friend 268-246710, Mike Nicholas 246-698, Mike Williams 248-238-699, Frank Russo 681, Kent Grzeczko 245-673, Jeff Martin 683, and Mike Crupi 256.
Frank Wilkinson 760
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Frank Wilkinson led the scoring in the Rab Wilkinson Memorial League firing games of 255-265 for a high series of 760. Marco Recchio shot 268-280-756, Tom Wilkinson 258724, Jim Clinton 253-708, Tom Hollywood 247-666, John Rizzo 243-665, and Eric Ortiz 677.
Mike King 704
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Mike King topped the scoring in the Action League firing games of 267-237-200 for a high series of 704. John Eadicicco shot 267-222-214-703, Frank Polizzi 215258-652, Tom Hollywood 208-222-213-643, John Giobbie 226-217-636, and John Castro 200-213-221-634.
Carlos Nieves 667
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Carlos Nieves paced the scoring in the Senior. Men’s League firing games of 212-222-233 for a high series of 667. Tony Rubilotto 235, John Castro 208-225-612, Stu Isaacs 205-213, and Aldo DePetro 201-203. In the Colonial Funeral Home League Dianne Cottolozzolo shot 217, Joanne Albarano 213, and Carol Favor 212.
Bob Lampariello 237
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STATEN ISLAND, NY – Bob Lampariello led the scoring in the Golden Oldies League firing a high game of 237. Bernie Weissman rolled 224, Ralph Loggia 221, Dennis Costantino 214, and Barbara Burkett, Jerry Harris, and John Vitello 201.