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Vol. 74 No. 42 December 18 - 24, 2013 ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Bill Koste blasted a 300 game in the Monday RVC 4-Man Classic League at Rockville Centre Lanes. Jamaal Braddon shot 247-289269-805, Mark Slade 279, Joe Congliaro and Fred Liebowitz 278, 50 cents
Denmark’s Thomas Larsen Wins First PBA International Tour Title in Abu Dhabi
By Bill Vint - PBA ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Denmark’s Thomas Larsen captured his first Professional Bowlers Tour title, defeating Finland’s Mika Koivuniemi, 239280, 247-204, in the title match of the Abu Dhabi World Bowling Tour Open at Khalifa Bowling Center. Larsen collected $30,000 for his top prize and Koivuniemi earned $19,000. Larsen, who entered the modified stepladder finals as the top qualifier, lost the opening game against Koivuniemi, who had to defeat Larsen twice to win, but the 24-year-old Danish star rescued his first PBA International Tour title by winning the second game. In doing so, he also denied Koivuniemi a fourth PBA International Tour title during the 2012-13 season. "I did well too in the first game, but Mika had better carry,” Larsen told Asian Bowling Federation representative Terrence Yaw. “In the second match, he made a few bad shots and that gave me the chance to win if I can focus on my game. "I'm completely thrilled to have won my first World Tour title. In fact this is my first major title apart from one (European Bowling Tour) title I won this year." In the preliminary matches, Hong Kong’s Wu Siu Hong won two opening “shootout” matches and eliminated England’s Dom Barrett in match three, but Koivuniemi ended his titles hopes in the semifinal match, 258-165.
Bill Koste 300 at Rockville Centre
Joe Tan 277-258-732, Sunil Kochar 276-238-723, Jonathan Andersen 268-219-245-732, Len Ambruso, Bob Moskowitz and Dave Goldman 268, Joseph Jhingree and Bob Freohlich 267, and Jeremy Slade 266-237-248-751.
Kenny Ayello 300 at Holiday Bowl
OAKLAND, NJ – Kenny Ayello rolled a 300 game in the Tuesday Early Men’s at Holiday Bowl. Shawn Aiello rolled a near perfect 299 to highlight his 824 high for the session series when he added games of 255 and 270. Keith Cienki bowled 254-253247-754, Steve Palmeri 257-245738, Brian DeYoung 258-256-728, Tom Stellingwerf 265-719, Mark Aluzzo 237-236-237-710, Russ Smith 268-709, Jack Baldwin 258236-708, Jim Ketterer 259-705, Dale Lagoda 237-700, and Dwayne Shuart 238-605.
Marc Osetec 300 at Parkway Lanes
PBA Champion Thomas Larsen. Earlier in the season, Koivuniemi had won titles in the 2012 Qatar Open, 2012 Round1 Japan Cup and 2013 Vienna Open. The World Bowling/PBA International Tour’s next stop is the Qatar Open in Doha, Qatar, followed by the 7th International Kingdom Open at Universal Bowling Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, – the final event of the 2012-13 PBA Tour season.
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Marc Osetec found perfection in a 300 game while rolling in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes and finished with a 701 series. Ulises Medrano rolled 278-756,
Mike Semancik Jr. 255-722, Carl Haight 245-697, Charley Babjak 266-697, Frank Beamon 246-676, Mike Aiellos 231-675, Carlos Velez 256-672, and Mark Marton 246-671.
Justin Sloan, Mario Fastiggi Hit 300 At Lodi Lanes
LODI, NJ - Justin Sloan and Mario Fastiggi found the line that enabled them to bowl a 300 while competing in the Monday 4-Man Classic League at Lodi Lanes. Kathleen Weissman tossed a 266 game to lead the ladies and JJ Roldan earned high series honors with his 790 series.
Derek James, Darren Andretta 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – Derek James and Darren Andretta each blasted a 300 game in the Thursday 3Man League at Rockville Centre Lanes. Darren rolled 235-256-300-791, and Derek 300-244-714. Matt Dobbins 279-236-256-771, Frankie Montgoris 278-226-717, Tyrone Brown 268-211, Tony Cipriano 267-238, Marc Bieler 267-700, Earl Holden 266-237718, Michael Anspach 262-242-716, Jeremy Schaffer 258-234-704, Andrew Carrig 258-241-747, and John Cummings 257-227.
George Dakak Jr. 300 at Rockaway
ROCKAWAY, NJ - George Dakak Jr. found perfection in a 300 game finishing with a 726 set contesting in the Rockaway Foursome at Rockaway Lanes. Allen Apgar tossed a 249, Chirs FARMINGDALE, NY – Eddie Allen blasted a 300 game in the Monday Night Fourplay League at Rockville Centre Lanes. Kevin Masick shot 279-246-739, Pete Daly 275-215, Paul Baron Morris 248-669, Peter Furio 246, Liesl Apgar 229-654, Joyce Hulbert 222-640, Joan Dakak 200557, Elyse Dickman 199, Kathy Stone 511
Dwight Flowers 804, Robert Gotterban Jr. 289 At South Levittown Lanes
LEVITTOWN, NY - Dwight Flowers earned high series honors with his 804 set highlighted by a 279 game and Robert Gotterban Jr. took high game with 289 and finished the session with an impressive 770 series while contesting in the Monday Charlie Cap Classic at South Levittown Lanes. Ronald J. Broege posted an 280 in a 762 followed by Jim Lizzo rolling 279, Alfonso Leonardo 279, Bill Gillespie Jr. 279-772, John Randazzo Jr. 276-751, Jack Fengler 269, Chris Ziesig 269, Mike Forman 268, John Vilardi 267, Ross Robbins 264, Sami Morlack 258, Kelly Sullivan 247, Cristina Reale 246 and Nadine Williams-Clory 244.
Eddie Allen 300 at Farmingdale
267-220, Michael Martin 266258-735, Brendan Rini 266-232696, Mike Spingola 264, Ralph Ehrlich 258, and Mickey Newbeck 246-228.
December 18 - 24, 2013
BBIA Honor Bill and Barbara Chrisman
Couple Recognized for their Contribution to the Sport of Bowling
By Bill Supper ARLINGTON, Texas - Each year the Billiard and Bowling Institute of America (B.B.I.A) presents the Industry Service Award to a leading personality in the billiard and bowling industry. This award recognizes the recipient's contribution to the promotion of their respective sport. This year's recipients are the owners of Storm Bowling Products, Inc., Bill and Barbara Chrisman. The Chrismans are known in the bowling industry for their generosity and efforts to grow the sport of bowling. They can frequently be seen on nearly all televised bowling events supporting the sport's premier athletes. The Storm, Roto Grip, and Master logos can be seen in many bowling events and arenas that are supported by Storm Products, Inc. High Score Products, the beginning of the Chrismans vision, was originally founded in 1985 to market a new product called U Clean / U Score, a urethane ball cleaner. In 1991 the Chrismans began producing a small quantity of OEM bowling balls. In 1994, after several weeks of deliberation the Chrismans decided to change the name of the company from High Score Products to Storm. With the addition of products and gaining popularity, the company name was officially changed to the current name, Storm Products, Inc. Since then Storm has grown to become the leading manufacturer of high performance bowling balls. The name Storm has become synonymous with innovation and quality. "It is my pleasure to announce the recipients of the 2014 BBIA Industry Service Award will be Bill and Barbara Chrisman," commented BBIA Executive Director, Bill Supper. "They will join past recipients Earl Anthony, Minnesota Fats, Paul Newman, Carmen Salvino, and last year's recipient, Mike Aulby." In the past the Chrismans have also been awarded the William Landgraf Memorial Award for Distinguished Service, the John Davis Memorial Award, and the International Bowling Pro Shops and Instructors of America's Friendship Award. Their service and dedication to bowling are unmatched in the industry.
There is no such thing as tournament time---because there are fine tournaments being conducted 12 months of the year. Ever stop to think of how many bowling tournaments are available in the world each year? An educated guess might put the figure at more than 10,000. There are big money, small money and no money tournaments. There are family, school, church, business, profession, city, county, state, sectional, national, zone, continent and world tournaments. There are pro tournaments and amateur tournaments and pro-amateur tournaments. There are singles, doubles and team tournaments. There are events for boys, girls, men, women and mixed covering every age. There are sibling tournaments, husband and wife, father and son, mother and daughter, and any other relationship tournaments. There are club tournaments and shop tournaments and office tournaments and religious tournaments. There are tournaments for people who can't see or can't walk or can't hear. And with all that only a small percentage of the number and scope of the variety of bowling tournaments staged annually have been touched upon. Yet, many bowlers never have rolled in a tournament. Let it be known that there is a tournament for every bowler, regardless of the size of your average---or budget. Look through any bowling publication, check the desk or bulletin board at your bowling centers and read all your communications and you're sure to find one or two tournaments designed
just for you. Tournament bowling is the extra icing on the bowling cake. Tournament bowling is fun, and always profitable. It isn't always profitable in a financial sense, though many have won cash, merchandise, trips, and other goodies, large and small. But you always enter into a new and exciting phase of the sport where the competition is different but the game is the same. How can you tell if a tournament is a good one? Check out those conducting the tournament, where it is being run, and read closely all the rules and fine print on the entry blank. A tournament survives only if bowlers are given a fair shake and tournaments don't last unless they have needed participation. In many tournaments, particularly local and state and national association events, plus most charity tournaments, many dedicated people work hours that would stagger the
imagination. In some tournaments you can win six figures or more. In others you can't win much more than satisfaction in being a player, and or maybe a title and trophy, be it thimble size or taller than you are. You can't gain the full rewards bowling offers unless you roll in tournaments even now and then. So give your local or state tournament a whirl. Don't miss some of the fine competition your local center offers. Check out tournament clubs. There is as wide a variety in tournaments as there is in the aims of bowlers but bowlers can find the right one with a little effort. If you've never rolled a tournament, roll one in the near future. If you have, roll one more. There can be problems at times, like when the nudist convention ran a bowling tournament. Nobody looked at the scores.
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December 18 - 24, 2013
John Curtis 258
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Curtis led the scoring in the Tuesday Nite Owls League firing a high game of 258. Chris Norton rolled 255-236, Jay Gershen 253-225, Richie Brennan 253-211, Bill Kremlicka 251-679, Alex Krawchuk 246-221, Victor Cassano 246-224-661, Kim Falcone 243, Joe Monok and Tom Renda 237, and Joe Peichowiak 233.
AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
Joe Traina, Jr. 759
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joe Traina, Jr. led the scoring in the Saturday Nite Fun League firing a 267 game for a high series of 759. Luke Zito rolled 279-685, Al Spano 257-656, Sal Giudice 255663, Doug Traina 243-660, John Bannon 242, Art O’Neill 237, and Mark Schwiebert and Bob Andretta 234.
Gerry Dunham 677
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Gerry Dunham led the Thursday Senior Birds League firing a high game of 259 and high series of 677. William Collier and Aubrey Pereira rolled 256-209, Preston Cheeks 254-220-665, Stanley Rosadio 238-219-652.
AT LODI LANES
Monday Trios - Ralph Artemisio 279, Sam Ho 268, Hugh Garrity 255, Jose Guzman 725. Wednesday Nite Live - Joe Serico 280, Shayne Thomas 258-745, Ryan Michalski 247, Gene Palko Jr. 247. Wednesday Mens 820 - Frank Nordt 276, Joe Lennox 268, Frank Balsamo 267. Thursday Survivors Trios - Nivek Easton 268-721, Efren Capalaran 257, Flor Mangasi - 237, Diane Wojcik 232. Thursday Early Mix - Charles Jackson 289, Ed Biggy 278, Leo Castillo 265. Friday G&L - Nivek Easton 288-738, Wendy Madara 280, Matt Donders 279, Ron DeLuca 268-741, Mike Ong 268. Saturday Fil-Am - Eric Perez 269, Alex Protin 267, Tom Flynn Jr. 267-748, Charlie Baldwin 246, Sara Rankin 244, Vernon Moody 758. "The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves."
- Ray Kroc
Joe Venezia 257
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joe Venezia paced the Sunday Early Mixed League firing a high 257. Derrick Dobert shot 246, Anthony Cotter 237-214, Wayne Embleton 235-220, Nick Butera 233-216, Ramon Carcamo 225, and Donna Butera 212.
Eddie Allen 730
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Eddie Allen led the scoring in the Monday Night Fourplay League firing games of 258-257 for a high series of 730. David Inloes shot 225-265-236726, Danny Schrafel 268-243715, Chris DePierro 256-215-214685, Glenn Daly 267-229, Matthew Farley 249-225, Mickey Newbeck 249, and Antoine Lyons and Rob Kruper 246.
Adam Glickman 725
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Adam Glickman topped the scoring in the Saturday Scholarship League firing games of 257-246 for a high series of 725. Chris Johnson shot 279-689, Omar James, Jr. 265, Alex Vilardi 240-211-630, Tarik Zephrine 227227-634, Tom Sullivan 225-223223-671, and Thomas Lastella 216.
Joe Migliorno 233
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joe Migliorno rolled 233, Justin Spreague 202, and Ramon Deleon, Jr. 199 in the Sunday Adult/Child League.
Ron Demuth 254
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ron Demuth led the scoring in the Thursday Good Timers League firing a high game of 254. Mike Bagnato shot 237, Frank Berardino 225, Ron Pomian 218, Ken Tamburirino 214, and Cheryl Bove 203.
PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
Donald Bryant 289
MADISON, NJ – Donald Bryant led the scoring in the Police & Fire League firing a high game of 289. Thomas Litland rolled 279-686, Ian Lerner 255-654, Clorinda Landi 246, and Ann Lawlor 164.
Brian Siemers 279
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Brian Siemers topped the scoring in the Wednesday Party League firing games of 279-216 for a high series of 676. Bob Laurice shot 267, Mike Ellendorf 244, Eric Vazquez 236, Christopher Pappas 235, Les Tse and Ira Kaskel 226, and Mike Marrazzo 225.
Fred Crowell 269
MADISON, NJ – Fred Crowell shot 269, Joe Parisi 705, and Jennifer Dunklin 201 in the CMIL League. Dave Hanft and Jimmy Granato rolled 224, and Frank Fillimon 223 in the Tuesday 400 Doubles League.
Cindy Heinemeyer 225
MADISON, NJ – Cindy Heinemeyer led the scoring in the Ladies League firing a high game of 225. Liz McKissock shot 209, and Bea Reinacher 185.
Dave Granitzki 289
MADISON, NJ – Dave Granitzki topped the scoring in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of 289 and a high series of 745. Trevor Bogert rolled 277, Jim Hintze 266, Joe Parisi 699, John Manganiello 696, Ellen Moore 267, Patty Hanlein 214, and Donna Badolato 211.
Joe Magelsky 235
MADISON, NJ - In the Junior/Major Breakfast Club League Joe Magelsky shot 235, Curtis Kyzima 233, Michael Mello 225, and Madasyn Bancroft 198. Charlie Glunk rolled 153, Zachary Linder 136, and Jeff Witte and Alex Berg 126.
Bob O’Keefe 278-728
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Bob O’Keefe topped the scoring in the Wednesday Early Men’s Handicap League firing games of 278-245 for a high series of 728. Lenny Kelch rolled 211-226-267704, Roger Costa III 267-243-707, Joseph Kelch 266-239, Brian Fullman 266-224, Joe Muscat 266-249-720, Mitch Roth 259236, Rich Gagliardi 258-254-705, Bill Law 258-233, Aniello Strocchia 258, Ellen Mooreheda 258-247-710, Mark Colaizzo 257245-702, Doug DeSousa 256-237, and Ellie Myers 255-220.
Chris Waller 267
MADISON, NJ – Chris Waller led the scoring in the Livingston Business Men’s League firing a high game of 267 and a high series of 695. Tom Klein shot 244-650, Bo Serillo 241, and Greg Vogler 624. In the Monday Night Ladies League Jodi Belli rolled 211, and Alice Bednarik 210.
John Khantzain 699
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Khantzain paced the scoring in the Wednesday Senior Doubles League firing games of 233235-231 for a high series of 699. Michael Carpenter rolled 259647, Aubrey Petiera 235, Stan Rosadio 229, Jerry George 227223-654, Richie Franklin 226, Robert Picard 225-218, and Ed Frontera 224-646.
Toney Evans 269
MADISON, NJ – Toney Evans led the scoring in the Wednesday Trio League firing a high game of 269. Dan Pridham shot 268, Oren Warter 257-707, Dave Krivak 682, Stephanie Rahn 223-653, and Lee Ann O’Donell 191. In the Thursday Mixed League Jim Sirica shot 224, Patty Campanelli 218, Bill Phair 196.
Ron Kaepernik 242
MADISON, NJ – Ron Kaepernik paced the scoring in the Pharma Plus League firing a high 242. Rich Keirstead shot 235-660, Don Miller 211, Beth Margerison 182, and Frank Schneiderman 181.
December 18 - 24, 2013
PBA SPARE SHOTS
By Bill Vint - PBA
PBA CHARITABLE ACTIVITES HELP WORTHY CAUSES ACROSS AMERICA
Over the course of the past 12 months, in addition to ongoing activities over the years, Professional Bowlers Associations tournaments under PBA Tour, PBA50 Tour and PBA Regional banners have contributed significantly to charitable causes across America. Some of the benefactors of PBA tournaments and fund-raisers include: Hubbard (Ohio) High School Bowling, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Wounded Warriors, American Cancer Society, Relay For Life, The Boys & Girls Clubs, Alzheimer's Association, Lorain County (Ohio) Kids Fund, Police Activities League (PAL), Andy Dye Foundation (Junior Bowling Program), Dan Kondas Fund, Autism Awareness, Special Olympics, Race For The Cure, Coldwater High School Bowling, Multiple Sclerosis, Tony Reyes Memorial Fund, Baer Foundation, Chron's & Colitis Foundation, Youth Scholarships, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Boys Ranch. “The PBA is proud to partner with worthy charities all year across all of our programs," PBA Commissioner Tom Clark said. "And we are glad we can be part of the entire bowling industry's huge contributions to important causes." Clark said the PBA's five-year partnership with NBA star Chris Paul's CP3 Foundation, bringing awareness to the foundation's work enhancing children's lives, has been rewarding among other efforts. “The PBA is a supporting member of The Bowling Foundation, the charitable arm of the sport,” Clark added, “and a number of our player members, on their own initiatives, have created their own scholarship and charitable fund-raising projects. When we announce the winner of the inaugural Tony Reyes Community Service Award early in 2014, everyone will get a better idea of the kind of commitment I’m talking about.”
JAPAN CUP, PBA RPI/PBA50 FINALS TELECASTS SWAP DATES ON ESPN SCHEDULE
ESPN and the PBA have announced a change in the January telecast lineup. The finals of the Japan Cup, originally scheduled to air on Jan. 19, will now air on Sunday, Jan. 12, at 1 p.m. ET and coverage of the PBA Regional Players Invitational Finals and PBA50 Finals will now air on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 3 p.m. ET. The finals of the Teen Masters Grand Championship, presented by the PBA, will follow the RPI/PBA50 telecast at 5 p.m. on Jan. 19. "This moves the important PBA Japan Cup national title event up in the TV schedule and gives us a chance the following week to spotlight three distinctly different aspects of the PBA with a three-hour block concentrating on our regional program, senior program and commitment to the stars of tomorrow." PBA BOWLING CHALLENGE GAME SETS BLAZING PACE IN iOS INTRODUCTION Two weeks after the introduction of the iOS version of PBA Bowling Challenge, one of the world’s most popular games for mobile devices, there were 743,782 downloads recorded for Apple-product smart phones and iPads…and more than 5.5 million game sessions had been played. At the highest point of the second week, according to PBA Bowling Challenge creator Concrete Software, the game ranked No. 3 among all iPad installs and No. 23 for all iPhone installs.
CHRIS HARDWICK OFFERS MOVING TRIBUTE TO FATHER BILLY ON AMC SHOW
“The day before he died, I got to have a really nice chat with him and tell him how much I loved him…” said Chris Hardwick in a moving tribute to his late father, PBA Hall of Famer Billy Hardwick, on his Sunday night “Talking Dead” show on AMC. To listen to Chris Hardwick’s complete message, cut and paste this into your internet browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ec2B-DtuMw
JASON BELMONTE FEATURED IN ESPN THE MAGAZINE
If you’d like to better understand how Australian two-handed star Jason Belmonte generates all of those revolutions with his specialized technique, pick up a copy of the Nov. 25 issue of ESPN the Magazine. The biweekly magazine, with a circulation of more than two million copies, includes a “stop action” photo analysis – with explanation – of Belmonte’s two-handed technique in a “Playbook/Visuals” feature.
December 18 - 24, 2013
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Nicolas Mencarelli 672
FARMINGDALE, NY – Nicholas Mencarelli led the scoring in the Monday High School Practice League firing games of 224-201-247 for a high series of 672. Richard Velentine shot 255211-655, Sal Yannacone 248633, Matthew Fisher 214-212207-633, Ryan Winston 230, and Anthony Coleman 213.
December 18 - 24, 2013
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Scott Zimmerman 752
FARMINGDALE, NY – Scott Zimmerman topped the scoring in the Friday Late Mixed League firing games of 268-260 for a high series of 752. Wingo Hom shot 269,. Gary Haines 266-237-716, Mike Agosta 266, Shaun Ihasz 258-246, Artie Kreppel 253, Joe Haines, Sr. and Tony Gionisi 248, and Tony Caridi 246-223.
Willie Seabrooks Tossed a 762 Series At Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Willie Seabrooks topped all bowlers with scores of 269-259-234 for a high series of 762 in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League at Parkway Lanes. Roy Castelein bowled 278-719, Mike Aiellos 258-712, Steve Semancik 269-710, John Barone 254-709, Jerry Celentano 258699, Adam DeFrancesco 248699, Kevin DeFrancesco 267696, John Lord 245-690, Carole DeGroot 252-687, Harry Helmstetter 235-686, Jim Lang 270-681, Peter Honan 258-677, Jan Dul 235-675, and Rob Roman 254-674.
Ed Passaro Wins His First LIGBT Title
LEVITTOWN, NY: Ed Passaro, a 71 year old right-hander from Hicksville, NY, earned the $1,000 top prize and his first LIGBT trophy at LIGBT’s most recent tournament at South Levittown Lanes. Ed shot a 264 handicap game to defeat his nearest opponent, Jason Nicholas, Wantagh, NY by 39 pins. Ed had never made it past the second round of a final in f his previous LIGBT events. Ed competed against 4 other shootout finalists and took an early lead which he never gave up. In fact, with 3 strikes in a row in the middle of the game Ed secured his comfortable victory by the 8th frame. Finishing second with a 225 was Jason Nicholas, Wantagh, NY who converted a 7 pin in the tenth frame to earn the $500 runner-up prize. Third went to Jae Yi, Flushing, NY, earning $250 with a 219. The last 2 spots in the shootout went to Daniel Gehrig, Baldwin, NY (208) and Howard Levine, Old Bethpage, NY (207) winning $225 and $200 respectively, The South Levittown tournament drew a great fall crowd of 92 entries and paid out $3,075. The PBA Chameleon pattern (39 feet) was used and scoring was moderate. Howard Levine led the first squad with a 764 series which was the high series of the day. The 3pm squad leader was Daniel Gehrig with a 764 series. The 1pm cut was 701 and the 3pm cut was 702.
Joe Venezia 267-670
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Venezia topped the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing game of 267-225 for a high series of 670. Chris Buzzonetti shot 258, Rich Florentino 247-201-646, Mike Tenbrink 246, Brian Meade and Ramon Carcamo 236, and Garret Knispel 234.
Joe Livolsi 255
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Lovilso blasted 255, Jerry Keenan 193-193, and Fai Lovolsi 181 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League. Richard Valentine 255 FARMINGDALE, NY – Richard Valentine led the scoring in the Monday HS Practice League firing a high game of 255. Sal Yannacone hit 246, Matthew Fisher 243-203, Anthony Coleman 223, Nicholas Mencarelli 223-214-646.
Chris DePierro 665
FARMINGDALE, NY – Chris DePierro paced the scoring in the Monday Night Fourplay League firing games of 257-237 for a high series of 665. Mickey Newbeck shot 257, Gary LaCara 255, Kevin Masick 248, Glenn Daly 245, Rob Bucking 241, and Dan Leddy 239.
Ira Kaskel 254
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ira Kaskel led the scoring in the Thursday Goodtimers League firing a high game of 254. Dave Green shot 246, Mike Marrazzo 241, Mike Ellendorf 238, Brian Siemers 236, and Cindy Ellendorf 234. In another session of the Thursday Goodtimers Dale Alberino hit 233, Steve Bove 231, Brian Walsh 221-209, Ron Demuth 215, and Steve Butera 210.
Lukas Zito 268
FARMINGDALE, NY – Lukas Zito led the scoring in the Tuesday Nite Owls League firing a high game of 268. Steve Pasciuto shot 264, Phil Guerra 255-222, Kenny Simon 254-242, John Doherty 254, Victor Cassano 247, David Sanfilippo 246, Thomas Fleissner and Joe Angelone 245, and Arthur O’Connor 230.
Bill Jones 235
FARMINGDALE, NY – Bill Jones rolled 235, Gary Beierling 214-203, and John Ricciardi 190 in the Saturday PMS League. In the Monday Am Seniors League Frank Napolitano shot 181, Bob Junge and Laverne Garrett 175. Jerry Keenan shot 211, Joe Livolsi 196, and Fai Livolsi 180 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League.
Deanna Rosenberg 257
FARMINGDALE, NY – Deanna Rosenberg led the scoring in the St. Martin’s Major League firing games of 257-222 for a high series of 669. Elizabeth Ferraro hit 243-211647, Samantha Calisto 237, Mackenzie Wagner 231, Joe Napoli 225, Jake Diamond 216, Kerri Delisi 217-202, and Luke Richardson 214.
December 18 - 24, 2013
John Furey Rolled 769 At Howell Lanes
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ- John Furey blasted the high series of 769 with games of 268 and 264 while competing in the Howell Lanes Wednesday Scratch Classic league. Rob Sherman fired a 752-279, and John Petraglia Sr. 741-269. Mike Fogarty 732-269 and Chris Mancilla also had a 715-269. Matt Mitchell and Brandon Orr each fired a 279 game and Mike Ormsby shot a 277. High 3-person team game was the 3rd game Team 7 who banged out 800 on Lanes 29-30 to come from behind and win their match 5-4.
Ta k e Yo u r Fa m i l y B ow l i n g
Monday Early Birds: Brian Soo Hoo 279-613, PJ Lee 248-695, James Stiles 244-655, Judy Larick 223-595. Fox Hills Seniors: Steve Rainer 229-579, Bill Verderber 216-548, Joe Tobjy 204-510, Johanna Hofgesang 168, Helen Loverro 154-420, Lorraine Dacko 139. Morris Hills Mixed: Barry Webb 178-441, Sal Antoniello 156-424, Manny Barraqueiro 150, Violet Indyk 162-473, Dolores Webb 157432, Pam Antoniello 155-438. Rockaway Women: Tammy Baldwin 205-535, Lois Kehmna 201564, Michaela Rumble 188-455, Susan Chillemi 188-516. Rockaway Foursome: George Dakak Jr. 276-775, PJ Adams 244-683, Joan Dakak 233-611, Liesl Apgar 211, Joyce Hulbert 205, Liza DiNaploli 194. PBA Experience – bowled on changing PBA lane conditions: Tim Panek 235, Joseph Caloger 218, Gary Malone 204, Bill Coleman 202, Brian Scott 201, Philip St. Amand 189, Curt Frazier 182, Ron McKendrick 178, Liesl Apgar 191, Tami Mehesy 182, Dori 180. NorBu Lodge: Charles Wrigth 266-708, Jim Westergaard 222-616, John Hearn 221, Kim Jenkins 205-515, Lynn Perry 199-519, Lisa Bischer 169-482. Thursday Nite Mixed: Nick Westergaard 268-745, Wayne Poverstein 246-666, Kevin Helm 244-game, Lynne Coleman 277-674, Tami Mehesy 223-609, Kimbertly Cartelli 203-552. Lake Hiawatha A.C.: Robert Rosen 268-618, Ray Smith 241, J.W. Albensi iii 237-645, Vernone Tatum 231, Maryann Abasto 192, Jacqlyn Coren 182-357. Rockaway Mixed: Ken George 279-763, PJ Adams 268-688, Walkt Forrester hit a 267 game, Nidia Haneveld 256-681, Keri May 234-688, Lynn Coleman 227-613. Friday Tri-Mixed: Geno McCroy 213-565, Daryl Frank 182-508, Keri May 245-698, Michelle Halko 183-457. Spanish American Mixed: Jim Westergaard 289-702, Julio Soto 259, and Steven Matias 257, Lynn Coleman 237-557.
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December 18 - 24, 2013
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
Michael Consiglio 770
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Consiglio earned game and set honors in the Madison Park Men’s League firing 266-258 for a high series of 770. Joey Weisensetin shot 215-258236-709, George Balewitz 213260-671, Lisa Pallazzola 213-247212-672, Jeff Scire 222-207-237666, and Steve Baum, Sr. 249226-666.
Nick Kafarski 234
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Nick Karfaski led the scoring in the Saturday Junior League firing high game of 234. Zach Letts shot 225, Jordan Malizia 212, Jillian Stuart 204, and Nicholas Gross 203. Emily Hehir rolled 124, Eric Lazarchick 117, Frankie Billero 116, Jared Erickson 112, Brayden Ionno 109, and Amanda Shelters 108 in the Saturday Pin Hitters League.
SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES
In the Monday LIA: Joseph Morreale 290-747, Gilberto Cruz 255698, Chris Schnepp 246-245, Darren Tomas 243, Chris Rudzinski 207, Jen Zappolo 204, Barbara Lintz 203. In the Monday Charlie Capp Classic: Anthony Chiarenza 279, Derek Brandi 276-765, Nick D’Anna 274-738, Ronald J. Broege 270, Richard Glinnen 269-701, Richard Amar 268, Kmar Wilder 267, Robert Grammarosso 264-747, Joseph Acerra 260, Frank Montgoris 259, Mike Sodano 256, Charles Harris 256, Shawn Green 255-739, Nick Filosa 714, John Cummings Jr. 705, Vonetta Jolliffe 236, Sami Morlack 229, Nadine Williams-Clory 223. In the Tuesday Early Birds: Karen Bernardo 235-225-625, Denise Curcio 211, Diane Parziale 207, Heidi Castor 200. In the Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Matt Hammond 267, Rich O’Neill 248-246-701. In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Gene Gould 246-626, Richie Coyer 238-218-672, Gus Poulos 217-210-606, Pete Thomasefsky 215-609, Richard Mennona 206, Joe Cagna 204. In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Joe Visone 224, Cappy Caporusso 216-206-621, Jennette James 201. In the Thursday Hits and Misses: Gary Dauito 246, Gene Markert 237, Ken Snell 235-659. In the Thursday Charles McShane: Ed Werbeck 268-258-721, Vinny Lore 258, Brian Werbeck 255, Wayne Wright 250, Sam Brenner 248246, Doug Rosenthal 247, Scott Kampf 246, George Woodwiss 245, Dan Thompson 245, Howard Edelman 701. In the Sunday AM Trios: Scott Kampf 296-792, Gary Medina 265-257, Keith Pappas 257, Ed Stadtlander 267-726, Ed Snevily 254, Mike Wills 254, Dave Diamond 250.
Mark Cumber 651
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mark Cumber paced the scoring in the Tuesday Night Mixed League firing games of 234-232 for a high series of 651. DJ Petardi shot 224, and James Haaf 193. In the Wednesday Earlybirds League Char Martino rolled 192.
Mike Holoka 689
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mike Holoka led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 258-233 for a high series of 689. Don Anione rolled 235-223-206664, Kevin Bitler 201-240-211652, and Andy Shafer 224-221-642.
Andrew Shaw 631
HOPELAWN, NJ – Andrew Shaw led the scoring in the Avenel Youth League firing games of 247-189195 for a high series of 631. Miguel Arocho shot 219-223, and Michael Bocra 213. In the Sacred Heart Juniors League David Salvenson shot 139. Breandan Grospin shot 128-107110 in the Sacred Heart Seniors League.
Jillian Stuart 234
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Jillian Stuart paced the scoring in the Saturday Junior League firing a high game of 234. Bradley Aumann shot 223, Emily Silber 213, Jamie Walliker 198, and Paige Peters 196.
Tyler Wolfe 268
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Tyler Wolfe topped the scoring in the Saturday Scratch League firing games of 268237. Kenny Ryan shot 246-210, Nic Chirichello 248, Andrew Lazarchick 249, Amber MacLeod 247, and Brian Coupe 226. In the Saturday Pin Hitters League Anthony Tedesco shot 140-123, Alexis Fitzmaurice 121, Susan Brethauer 119, Amanda Shelters 118, and Jason Harrington 117.
Vinny R. Medvetz 663
HOPELAWN, NJ – Vinny R. Medvetz led the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League firing games of 200-221-242 for a high series of 663. Scott Akalewicz shot 204-216232-652, Joe Herber 216-234-644, and Pat Moreno 235-207-625. Jerry Petti hit 191 in the Winter Senior Citizen League. In the Thursday Nite Mixed League Kurt Moszkowski shot 209-200-203-612, Jim Macbride 243, Matt Cestone 233, and Andrew Smith 224. Jack Lipsett shot 204-236-618, Mike Eglesia 215-605, Michelle Bunzei 219, and Tommy Walden 207 in the Merck League.
Chuck Mantione Tops
Chuck Mantione rolled 197-176174 in the Federal Business Centers League, and Tony Kacmarsky 193. In the Saturday Carteret Specials League Jimmy Waters shot 125, and Chris Van Orden 122.
AT CIRCLE LANES
Hensle Trio Classic League – High Games Dominick Cutillo 289, Steve Pancoast 289, Jared Lopez 288. High Series Dominick Cutillo hit 805, Wayne Fleming 757 and Brian George with a 751. West Shore Mixed – Mark Novembre shot a 242-244-226 finishing with a 712 series. Bob Banghart shot a 279, Mike Wheeler 267, and Tom Salmon 255. Women Top Scorers were Linda Klusick 200-226235 for a 661 series. Jacqueline Wasniewski 230 and Erica Monaco 238. Circle Women – Chris Hastings shot a 205-201-236 with a 642 series. Sandra Donahue high game 249. Morris County Double Classic - High Game Darren Sambol 268 and High Series Chris Briamonte with a 239-225-244 and a 708 series. Gals & Pals – Men – High Game Frank Wasniewski 289 and High Series Bob Snyder 744. Women – High Game Donna McKendrick 265 and High Series Jacqueline Wasniewski 707. Strikes & Spares – High Game Steve Talton 276 with a 672 series. Moonrisers League- High Game Tom Lindow 266 with a 672 series And Denise Castelli 232 game with a 587.
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