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Vol. 74 No. 48 January 28 - February 4, 2014 ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Al Fabiano earned top game and set honors in the Thursday Mixed League at Rockville Centre Lanes pitching a 300 and 274 game to finish with a 789 series. Matt Wright shot 290-211, Rick 50 cents

Walter Ray Williams Jr. Tops Hall-of-Fame Field To Win PBA50 Tour Finals Ben Laughlin wins PBA Regional Players Invitational Greg Young repeats as Teen Masters champion
By Jerry Schneider - PBA

Al Fabiano 300 at Rockville Centre
Boremski 268-215, Steve Lung 268-224, Dom Arcuri 264, Mel Brown and Jayson Holley 259, John Cardinale 258-247, Mike Falcone 257, Kyle O’Connoe 256, Teddy Avgerinos 255, and Mike Penora 252.

the Year Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., LAS VEGAS – Walter Ray Williams Jr. topped a three-man all-star field to 243-208, in the first match. win the inaugural PBA50 Tour “The fans had a chance to see three Finals, Arizona’s Ben Laughlin won players with a lot of history with the the PBA Regional Players organization and who had great seaInvitational Finals, and Florida’s sons on the PBA50 Tour,” Williams, Greg Young repeated as Teen Masters an Ocala, Fla., resident, said. “You champion in a television tripleheader can’t get much better than that.” that concluded the Professional Williams, who won three PBA50 Bowlers Association’s World Series Tour titles in 2013, led throughout of Bowling V at South Point Hotel, the match before Monacelli made a Casino and Bowling Center. late charge with a three-bagger headThe unique telecast, showcasing the ing into the 10th frame. But PBA’s 50-and-older senior program, Monacelli left the 4 pin on his first the stars of its year-long regional PBA photo ball in the 10th and missed the spare tournament program, and the future Champion Walter Ray Williams Jr. to end his chances. stars of bowling, aired on ESPN. “The momentum was going back In the PBA50 Tour finals, which featured three and forth,” Williams said. “It was going my way with PBA Hall of Famers who qualified based on compe- a four-bagger and then I left a 10 pin in the ninth tition points earned during the 2013 PBA50 Tour sea- which gave Amleto a chance. I was really surprised son, two-time PBA50 Player of the Year Williams when he left the 4 pin. If he strikes, the match could defeated Venezuela’s Amleto Monacelli, 224-204, have gone down to the last ball.” after Monacelli eliminated 2013 PBA50 Rookie of See PBA page 2

Mike Garrido 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – Mike Garrido blasted a 300 game in the Tuesday Early Birds League at Farmingdale Lanes. Kerrick Jones shot 279-719, Charlie Turner 268-693, Michael STATEN ISLAND, NY – Rob Reimann blasted a 300 game in the Joe Brezinski Memorial League at Rab’s Country Lanes. Berardino 268, Garfield Campbell 266, Damion Collins 259-258743, Earl Holden and Gerard Pannullo 258, and Edward Brown and Fred Catapano 257.

Rob Reimann Rolled 300 at Rab’s
Joe Goodheart shot 267-698, Pete Veniscofski 268-693, George Rodecha 259-671, and Louis Mester 672.

Mike Fogarty 805 in Hankel League
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ - Mike Fogarty of Assist to Sell led the league with a 805-279 moving his team into 5th place. Tony Tesorio of Who’s Next shot 2nd high series 724 and Anthony Passaretti of Aches N Pains 723-279. Joe Horvath on Team 5 fired a 721 and Anthony Gubitosi Jr. on Assist to Sell 720 also paced the Monday night league. Emerald Platzer continues pounding the maples with 652242.

Brandon Bohn Collects USBC Championship Eagle
Nine-year-old Brandon Bohn was presented with his Championship Eagle for winning All Events in the U8 division with a 9 game total of 1339 at the 2013 USBC Youth Open. He also won the singles division with a 503 scratch. Currently averaging 174 in his Friday night league, Brandon has won 3 JBT titles, many county titles, and has qualified for Junior Gold coming up in Buffalo this summer. Brandon pictured with his mom Leslie, Joanne Ramsey-President Monmouth County USBC and his Hall of Fame dad, Parker Bohn III.

Rusty Thomsen 300 at Majestic
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rusty Thomsen topped the scoring in the Goldstein & Hanel Doubles League at Majestic Lanes blasting games of 300-205-224 for a high series of 729. Lou Gaudio, Jr. rolled 224-275224-723, Evan Simon 247-242685, Ryan Friend 268-206-208682, Jerrold Fredericks 206-263671, and Mike Smilowitz 236225-641.

John Maglio 300 at Rockville Centre
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Maglio murdered the maples for a 300 game and finished with a 722 series in the St. Ray’s Holy Bowlers League at Rockville Centre Lanes. Ray Mitchell shot 233, and John Schmidt 225.

Angel Ramos 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – Angel Ramos blasted a 300 game along with 245 and 205 for a 750 series in the Saturday Nite Friends League at Farmingdale Lanes. Thomas Dorsey s hot 267-233268-768, Ken Reid 268, Anthony Coletta, Sr. 258, Mark Monroe 248, and Rich Valentine 245.



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Laughlin, who regionals ever won the combined since and enjoying P B A it. The RPI proWest/Northwest gram with a TV RPI to qualify for show this year was the finals, defeated great. You couldn’t South Region repask for much more resentative Tom than that. It Daugherty of absolutely providWesley Chapel, ed incentives for Fla., 225-187, to regional players to win the special PBA photo get out and bowl.” event for PBA Greg Young with Ashley Dunn The Teen regional champions. The RPI Finals Masters Grand Championship feaincluded six PBA members who tured a re-match of last season's won RPI titles in their respective finalists, which Young also won. He regions. won his second straight $64,000 Laughlin won his opening round scholarship package – the richest match by rolling a 222 game scholarship prize in the sport – by against East Region representative beating Ashley Dunn of Palmdale, Brian LeClair of Albany, N.Y. (198) Calif., in a one-ball roll-off after the and Southwest Region representa- best-of-two-game match ended in a tive Chris Barnes of Double Oak, tie. Dunn, who was swept in the Texas (163). Daugherty’s 244 elim- 2012 title match, got the upper hand inated Midwest Region representa- when she won the first game, 179tive Dave Beres of Waukesha, Wis. 160, but Young sent the match into (202) and Central Region represen- sudden-death with a 184-153 decitative Brian Kretzer of Dayton, sion in game two. In the roll-off, Ohio (177). Young struck and Dunn left the 2-4“Bowling on ESPN was a dream 5 to hand Young the victory. come true,” the 42-year-old Young, who will graduate from Laughlin said. “It’s the best feeling Viera High School in 2014, will I’ve ever had in bowling. attend collegiate powerhouse “I bowled on Tour during the Robert Morris University-Illinois 2005-06 season, but I didn’t fare so next fall and plans to pursue a well,” he added. “I’ve been bowling career in cyber security.

Parker Bohn III Named First Tony Reyes Community Service Award Winner
By Jerry Schneider - PBA SEATTLE – Professional that included a tour of a local Bowlers Association Hall of bowling center, a day of bowlFamer Parker Bohn III of ing and lunch. Jackson, N.J., is the first Tony “The smiles we gave to the Reyes Community Service kids were priceless, you’d think award recipient, named in I was Santa Claus,” Bohn said. honor of the late PBA Tour Bohn hosts his annual scholchampion in honor of his offarship tournament over the the-lanes activities, PBA Labor Day weekend. Since its Commissioner Tom Clark inception 15 years ago, the announced today. tournament has awarded nearly The Tony Reyes Community $70,000 in scholarships. Service Award will be awarded “A lot of kids I talk to would annually to a PBA member who like to have bowling as a career has performed outstanding but I always tell them that their community service and made education should be their priorPBA photo charitable and/or educational ity,” Bohn said. “A good educaParker Bohn III contributions over the course of tion is something that can’t be the previous PBA Tour season. taken away from you and it opens doors. Not only Reyes, a popular PBA Tour titlist, died in my scholarship tournament, but all scholarships September 2012 of injuries sustained in a traffic awarded through bowling have had a very positive accident near his home in San Bruno, Calif. An impact on the lives of young people.” eight-time regional tournament winner, he was Bohn has been a fixture with High Hopes of also one of only 22 players to have rolled a 300 New Hampshire, a program similar to Make-Agame on a PBA Tour telecast. Wish in fulfilling wishes of children with very “There’s no more fitting recipient of the first serious or life-threatening medical conditions. The Tony Reyes Award than Parker,” said Clark. High Hopes organization conducts a three-day “Throughout his entire career Parker has estab- bowling event that includes clinics, pro-ams and a lished himself as one of the sport’s great ambassa- singles tournament as well as autograph and photo dors through his selfless charity work.” sessions with Tour players that raises funds for the Bohn, a 33-time PBA Tour champion, was children. honored for his work primarily with two char“The credit for that great event really needs to itable endeavors he established – the Striking go to (former Tour player and proprietor) Steve Out Sandy fundraiser and his annual Parker Hardy. I’m just honored to be involved with it,” Bohn III Scholarship Tournament – as well as Bohn said. “He puts on an awesome weekend for his involvement with High Hopes of New everyone involved.” Hampshire, a program he has been involved Representative of the many comments included with for the past 10 years. from the nominations received for the award was “When Tom Clark notified me that I won the one from Christine Ruess who said, “The hours award I was speechless,” Bohn said. “To win this that Parker puts into all his community service award in the name of Tony, who was a great friend areas are too numerous to count. The countless not only to me but literally everyone, left me feel- hours are a testament to his devotion to the sport ing very humble. and helping others.” “Tony was a friend to everyone on and off the Typical of Bohn, he deflected a lot of credit lanes. He was one of those special people who was aimed at himself and focused instead on contribualways trying to improve himself not only as a tions others are making on behalf of their commubowler but as a person.” nities. The Striking Out Sandy fundraising project ben“I’m honored to win the first Tony Reyes Award, efited those who were affected by the devastating but people should know that a lot of PBA players hurricane that ravaged the East Coast in give of their time and effort to get involved with November of 2012. One aspect of the fundraiser charities at all levels,” Bohn said. “When it comes encouraged bowling fans to either pay a flat dona- down to it, we’re blessed to be able to do what we tion or pledge money for every strike Bohn threw do and if we have the opportunity to put a smile on during the 2012 World Series of Bowling. the faces of those less fortunate, we’re happy to do In addition, Bohn treated kids and families it.” affected by the storm to a field trip in June of 2013

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Arthur O’Connor 721


E.J. Tackett Wins PBA Rookie of the Year Honors
By Bill Vint - PBA SEATTLE – E.J. Tackett of place finish in the U.S. Open and Huntington, Ind., has been selected as a third-place finish in the end-of2012-13 Harry Golden Professional season Round1 Japan Cup, which Bowlers Association Rookie of the he entered as a non-invited TQR Year by an overwhelming margin in competitor. voting by PBA members and veteran Tackett, who ironically was bowling journalists. attending IPFW on a golf scholarThe end-of-season awards ship, said he wasn’t ready to purannouncements culminate an sue his college education. expanded 14-month campaign that “I was there for a year and a began in November 2012 and half, but I just really got unhappy ended Dec. 31, 2013, as the PBA with what I was doing,” he said “I returned to a traditional calendar had no desire to be in school, and year season that began on Jan. 1. it reflected on my school work, so Tackett, a 21-year-old two-time PBA photo I decided to stop dragging it out E.J. Tackett Junior Team USA and one-time and try my hand at the Tour.” adult Team USA member, was He made his PBA Tour debut thrilled with his award. during the Winter Swing in Detroit where he cashed in “It’s awesome,” he said. “I joined a pretty good list three of four events. He made his first television of guys, a bunch of hall of famers and future hall of appearance in the Wolf Open in Milwaukee, finishing famers, so I’m in pretty good company.” fourth. PBA World Series of Bowling V was “a little Tackett, who left Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne to disappointing,” he said. “I didn’t make a show after begin his PBA Tour career in time for the 2013 PBA being inside the cut three different times, but I had Winter Swing in Detroit, was the overwhelming three top 10s, so it wasn’t terrible. choice over Shawn Maldonado, Houston; Craig “The best tournament I’ve had was in Japan, and the Nidiffer, Trenton, Mich.; Mik Stampe, Denmark, and second best was sixth in the U.S. Open,” he said. Bryan Viator, Friendswood, Texas. Tackett’s abbrevi- “That was personally a better tournament than finishated season included a fourth-place finish in the Wolf ing fourth in the Wolf Open.” Open during the 2013 PBA Summer Swing, a sixth-

FARMINGDALE, NY – Arthur O’Connor led the scoring in the Tuesday Nite Owls League firing games of 269-238 for a high series of 721. Kenny Simon shot 279-700, Chris Norton 254, Donald Price and John Curtis 248, and Bill Kremlicka 223-216-247-686.

Joe Haines, Sr. 720
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Haines, Sr. led the scoring in the Friday Late Mixed League firing games of 268-247 for a high series of 720. Ed Snevily shot 277-236-707, Joe Johnson 268-223-704, Wingo Hom 256-235, and Bob Starzec 249-701.

Eric Vazquez 254
FARMINGDALE, NY – Eric Vazquez led the scoring in the Wednesday Party League firing a high game of 254. Dawn Cecere rolled 246-213, Mark Eisenberg 241, George Marrazzo 237-214, Brian Siemers 234-232, and Mike Ellendorf 227.

Pete Tonon 243
FARMINGDALE, NY – Pete Tonon paced the scoring in the Thursday Good Timers League firing a high game of 243. Don Ciervo shot 225-223, Dale Alberino 223-222, Ken Tamburrino 214, and Mike Bagnato 211.

Tom Pennica 687
FARMINGDALE, NY – Tom Pennica led the scoring in the Saturday Island Trees League firing games of 223-248-216 for a high series of 687. Joe Catalano shot 247-221-212-680, and Rob Johnson 239.

Leo Marcotte 213
FARMINGDALE, NY – Leo Marcotte rolled 213, Lerry Kaye 210, and Ted Wett 180 in the Thursday Massapequa Teachers League.

Michael Blum, John Petraglia, Mike Fogarty Shine in Hankel League
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ - Michael Blum of Freehold Tire fired high series of 775, and John Petraglia on South Knolls 774-279. Mike Fogarty of Assist 2 Sell 770-287-268. Anthony Gubitosi Jr. on Assist 2 Sell found the groove with 726-266 in the Hankel League at Howell Lanes. Assist 2 Sell had the High Team Series (2864) and High Team Game (992). Sorry Not Sorry followed with a 924 game and 2623 series. Aches N Pains waited until the last game of the night to clinch the season’s first half by shooting a 856 (Passaretti, Tarfuri, Voyantzis, and Mann) to hold off the charge of second place Team 5 who won the night’s match (7-2). Finishing third was Sorry Not Sorry behind Mike Ormsby’s 730-287 performance.

Jim Lang 770 at Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Jim Lang led all pin attackers with scores of 245-266-259 for a strong 770 series to lead an active night of high scorers in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Raymond Sisco 275-769, rolled another nice series while Carl Haight took high game with a 290 in his 750, Charley Babjak268-738, Mike DeFrancesco 278-733, Peter Honan 268-730, John Barone 244-710, Jan Dul 237-708, Harry Helmstetter 259-707, Alfred Balletto 256-688, Rody Kemple 279-686, Paul Stuart 278-680, Jason DeRosa 237-677, and John Dulinski 275-670.



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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 shot 277, Jim Hintze 266, Joe Parisi 699, John Mangariello 696, Ellen Moore 267-606, Patty Hanlein 214, and Donna Badolato 211.

Joseph Mazzarese 245
MADISON, NJ – Joseph Mazzarese rolled 245, Trevor Bogert 243, and Dave Hanft 229 in the Tuesday 400 Doubles League.

Jessica Torres 279, Joe Mahone at 10 Rolled 277
By Vince Albrecht MONTVALE, NJ –10-year-old Joe Mahoney who hammered [oh, wait….his nickname is “Hammer”] the maples with a 277-620 for his Montvale team. Likely inspired by her young teammate, Tappan Zee senior Jessica Torres lit up the lanes with 279-211-689, catapulting to both net and handicap league high game/series among the girls. Chipping in were Katie Didonato 177 and 11-year-old Chris Torres 178. In a display as to how fickle the sport is, the Montvale quartet exploded with a net 889 in game two, crushing opponent Bowler City III, 1151-912, however, the latter came storming back to turn the tables, flipping Montvale, 1022-879 to salvage two of the seven points. Leading the BC III turnabout was Alijah Jackson 223224 and Greg Khan 223. DanaMarie Laloo added 212-569 while Nick Reyes contributed 186-180. Bergen Tech senior Dean Edwards smoked the pins with the boys’ high set for the session tossing 216-225-247-688 to guide Bowler City II to a nip-and-tuck high-scoring thriller over Fair Lawn, 3004-2986, earning five points.

Brian Werbeck Blasted 300-812, Bryan Beech 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY - In the Thursday Charles Mcshane League Brian Werbeck posted an impressive 812 set highlighted by a 300 and a 279 game. Bryan Beech also hit 300 in his 725 series. Gary Edelman tossed a 262, Jim Doyle 258, Scott Kampf 257, John Linkens 256 and Dan Thompson 255

Rich Keirstead 235
MADISON, NJ – Rich Keirstead led the scoring in the Phamra Plus League firing a high game of 235. Joe Paino and Dan Smith shot 222, and Fran Schneiderman 206.

Monday Seniors: Bob Sandkuhl 209-202, Michael Sala 200, Bob Haskin 215-204-605, Richie Coyer 203. Monday BFCU: Chris Labita 252, Paul Thivierge 244-689, Joe Vento 241, Mike DeSalvo 248. Monday LIA: Taylor Groene 290, Bryan Costigliola 259-258-693, Ray Perry 257, Kenny Daughn 247, Ed Werbeck 247-685, Chris Schnepp 246, April Fucci 215-609, Sally Gibilterra 210. Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Bill Hammond 256, Joe Pascalli 244, Steve McTigue 243, Jeff Miller 236, Danny Gormley 235, Dawn Hastings 209. Thursday Hits and Misses: Gary Dauito 254, Larry Stevens 246, Irv Freed 246, Jim Fenimore 245, Kenneth Martin 245-235, Viola Schineller 215. Thursday Night Foursome: Keith Hengel 289, JAS Santoro 279-268731, Joe Ervolino 274, Dave Blumenthal 266, Dan Kantor 264, Al Green 259-703, Zach Blumenthal 259, Ken Wojdylo 709.

Joe Parisi 289
MADISON, NJ – Joe Parisi led the scoring in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of 289 and a high series of 713. John Manganiello rolled 254643, Jim Hintze 251, Pete Caporaso 676, Joy Wona 276, Patty Hanlein 226, and Donna Badolato 217.

Elaine Wilson 247
MADISON, NJ – Elaine Wilson led the scoring in the Ladies League firing a high game of 247. Karen Reinacher shot 222, and Liz McKissock 199.

Curtis Kyzima 233
MADISON, NJ – Curtis Kyzima led the scoring in the Junior/Major Breakfast Club League firing a high game of 233. Jack VanderMeulen shot 207, Joe Magelesky 200, and Ava Hanlein 170.

Albert Terantino 288
MADISON, NJ – Albert Terantino blasted a high game of 288 and a high series of 767 in the CMIL League.

Tom Schneyer 696
MADISON, NJ – Tom Schneyer topped the scoring in the Police & Fire League firing a high game of 269 and a high series of 696. Greg Hanas shot 244-691, Thomas Litland 242, and Clorinda Landi 232.

Thomas Litland 224
MADISON, NJ - Thomas Litland paced the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League firing a high game of 224. Jim Sirica shot 206, and Mike Jenkins 200.

Paul Demyanovich 688
Paul NJ MADISON, Demyanovich led the scoring in the Livingston Business Men’s League firing a high game of 261 and a high series of 688. Jim Dresch shot 246, Bo Serillo 245-689, Greg Vogler 245-667, and Kathy Folsom 192. In the Monday Night Ladies League Nancy Roberts shot 224, and Alice Bednarik 191.

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Harry Franz 266
MADISON, NJ - Harry Franz rolled 266-705, Matt D’Agusnhi 266, Oren Warter 265-705, Jim Rowe 688, Stephanie Rahn 213, Sally Lauderdale 205, and Lissette Tapanes 204 in the Wednesday Trio League.

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January 28 - February 4, 2014 Lucky Strikers - Colin Fisher 87-241, Samantha Fisher 91-239. Ball Busters - Jack Cook -245683, Mike Murray 235-604, Ryan Ackerman 234-626, Stephani Sihlanick 210-450, Emma Wight 169-432, Haley Paccione 168-413. Gutter Busters - Christopher Dunleary 110, Jared Glickman 77, Izabel Glickman 62. Weekend Warriors- Mark Howarth 148, Andrew Dunleavy 146, Nicholas Thies- 142, Joey Lamont 139, Emma Thies 173453, Gabby Wyzga 102, Chelsey Cruz 94.

Frank Rugolo 257
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Frank Rugolo paced the scoring in the Bowl N’ Cruise League firing a high game of 257. John Maglio shot 244, Yogi Hannigan 236-212, Don Railey 233, and Steven Patitucci 230.

Put Togethers - Steve Beltz 223, Fred Driver 193, Daryl Frank 179, Mary Beltz 208, Michelle Halko 199, Joann Mossi 142. Youth Bowling: Dover High School - Renzo Ruiz 115, Colwyn Lopez 114, Sergio Bados 104, Onyeka Anyanaso 89, Julissa Perez 76, Jasmine Jones 75. Bumper Busters - Jacob Paniconi 112, Michael Mellifiore 95, Dominic Mellifiore 93.

Raymon Deleon, Jr. 646
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ramon Deleon, Jr. paced the scoring in the Sunday Adult/Child Doubles League firing a high game of 258 and a high series of 646. Joe Migliorno shot 211, and Anthony Puleo, Jr. 200.

Chris Johnson 258
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Chris Johnson topped the scoring in the Saturday Scholarship League firing a high game of 258. Tarik Zephrine shot 255-211, Thomas Lastella 229, Justin Brandon 226, Omar James, Jr. 224, and Tom Sullivan and Paul Douglas 223.

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Bob Jacobson 802
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Bob Jacobson topped the scoring in the Mike Massaroli Memorial League firing games of 279-279-244 for a high series of 802. Sal Annarumma rolled 258-712, Vinny Cosenza 258-668, Mike Barclay 664, Joe Calendrillo 245663, Steve DeMaria 277, Willie Rodriguez 268, Anthony Mignone 258, Alex Buoncorti 254, and Anthony Barbeiro 245.

Jay Todaro 719
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Jay Todaro led the Cartel Electric Fun League firing a 278 and a high 719 set. Bob Jacobson shot 268-684, Derek Gilbert 243-663, Philip Marks 246, and Joe Ng 245.

John Eadicicco 713
STATEN ISLAND, NY – John Eadicicco topped the scoring in the Action League firing games of 257235-221 for a high series of 713. Tom Hollywood rolled 226-229-256-711, Santo Lisa 258-223-228-709, Joey Jew 245-205-214-664, Al Felline 200-265-659, Frank Polizzi 246-226-653, and Mike Cocozzo 202-245-640.

Tom Clinton 784
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tom Clinton topped the scoring in the Rab Wilkinson Memorial League firing games of 259-256-269 for a high series of 784. Jeff Scire rolled 279-267-762, Tim McAuliffe 266258-257-781, John Heitmann 279-247-753, Victor Vasquez 285-244-717, John Rizzo 246-685, and Jim Episcopia 278.

Bob Lampariello 706
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Bob Lampariello led the scoring in the Golden Oldies League firing games of 268-216-222 for a high series of 706. Howard Weiss hit 202, Sal Trupiano 201, and Kathy Currao 199-182.

Sal Annarumma 747
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Sal Annarumma led the scoring in the Mike Massaroli Triplet League firing a high game of 279 and a high series of 747. Joe Calendrillo shot 259-707, Chris Ponisi 254-689, Rob Butler 266-678, Bob Jacobson 269-676, Allan Rabinowitz 279, and Allen Veluz 266.

Seto Jew 705
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Seto Jew led the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 267-234 for a high series of 705. John Carbonella rolled 255-219-672, John Sorrentino 224-239-654, Don Schwed 266-648, Fred Compitello 202-245-646, and Sal Puma 234-220-637.

Billy Tompkins 741
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Billy Tompkins led the scoring in the Scaran Sunday Night Mixed League firing games of 249-269 for a high series of 741. Roy Spiro rolled 249-246-732, Lou Iosue 268-265693, Ed Medina 242-246-689, Tony Mangano 678, and Tim Folkes and Giovanni Mangeri 247.

Paul Quadrino 704
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Paul Quadrino led the scoring in the SMP Automotive Mixed League firing a high game of 268 and a high series of 704. Edwin Santiago rolled 257-245-682, Alan Callahan 255-668, Mike Ortiz 254-666, and Steve Callan 257.

Nick Nicholson 735
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Nick Nicholson led the scoring in the Gennaros Pizzatown Men’s League firing games of 246-276 for a high series of 735. Wade Pomeroy 241-255-728, Mike Galeotti 245257-714, Todd DeRosa 244-246-704, Tom Magnone 268-693, Mike Mezzacappa 255-688, Walt Kulpowsky 681, Ryan Friend 258-682, and Danny Karchie 675.

Ed Rubino 682
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Ed Rubinod led the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 257-242 for a high series of 682. Don Schwed rolled 246-222-658, John Gino 242202-644, Al Feline 223-213-622, Richie Taeschne 278-661, and John Castro 225-205-611.

Tim McAuliffe 729
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tim McAuliffe led the scoring in the Rab Wilkinson Memorial League firing games of 246-246 for a high series of 729. Mitch Bass rolled 245-245-718, Dennis Scire 268257-705, Jeff Scire 252-247-693, George Redacha 255-692, Scott Walsh 257-684, Chris Towns 260682, and Anthony Vignapiano 257-679.

Anne Rubilotta 678
STATEN ISLAND, NY - Anne Marie Rubilotta shot 227-258-678, Ginny Lananna 205, and Louise Proscia 204 in the Tuesday Earlybirds League.

John Wilders 673
STATEN ISLAND, NY – John Wilders led the Friday Nite Mixed Quartets firing a high series of 673. Lisa Wilders rolled 229-622, Joseph Javaily 242, Joe D’Esposito 259, and Ashley Gottlieb 233-612.

Frank Lieggi 727
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Frank Lieggi led the scoring in the Joe Brezinski Memorial League firing games of 242-247 for a high series of 727. George Redecha rolled 256-690, Jesus Andujar 268-671,Tom Cucurullo, Jr. 265, John Schnellbacher 252, and Pete Veniscofski and John Musco 247.

Dennis Costantino 663
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Dennis Costantino led the scoring in the Golden Oldies League firing games of 219-243-201 for a high series of 663. Bob Lampariello shot 213-236-633, Vincent Pisciotta 216-222-623, Kathy Currao 253, Joanie Bensten 204-213-609, and Ben Currao 207.



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Patrick Plate 785
HOPELAWN, NJ – Patrick Plate topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 249-268-268 for a high series of 785. Joey Weisenstein rolled 259-225-257-741, Steve Lella 205-235-279719, William D. Willard, Jr. 256-235-214-705, Angelo Fallacaro, Jr. 255-202-248-705, and Travis Tilley 234-201-258-693.

Anthony Rizzo is Stan Niemiec Youth Bowler of the Week
By Vince Albrecht

Ed Pawlowski 728
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ed Pawlowski topped the scoring in the Academy Madness League firing games of 241-222-265 for a high series of 728. Melanee Gross rolled 223-215-207-645, Frank Viverito 237-201-620, and John Despiniadis 220-230-608.

DJ Petardi 696
HOPELAWN, NJ – DJ Petardi led the scoring in the Tuesday Night Mixed League firing games of 247-202-247 for a high series of 696. Mark Cumber shot 234-213-624, and Robin Scoradto 219. Char Martino shot 193 in the Wednesday Earlybirds League.

Kevin Kennelly 694
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kennelly led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 236-255-203 for a high series of 694. Jeff Pasewark rolled 248-233-674, Rolando Vasquez 268-209-635, and Jeff Kubinak 215-227-615.

BOONTON, NJ - On an afternoon when lane conditions were somewhat tricky, Passaic Tech sophomore Anthony Rizzo figured them out early on, snaring Bowler of the Week recognition with a triple deuce 257-223-201-681 to power Bowler City I to a sweep of Lodi. Anthony, a righty who delivers a strong two-handed shot, lifted his average to 197. Also rolling well for the victors were Vinny Santoro 212-584 and Kristen Kane 178 while Nick Ferrante slammed a 216, Chris Navarro 181-184 and 11-yearold Louis Ferrante 177. The Boonton quartet came out blazing against Holiday and shut down the league leaders, 7-0 behind a flurry of fine games with Erik Kattermann posting 214-229-195-638, Karl Kattermann 212-193, thirteen-year-old Adam Gelvan 194 and Randy Devitt 193. Holiday’s keglers seemed perplexed by the lanes, all rolling under average except for Indian Hills’ sophomore Alex McGuire who had the squad’s only deuce, a 226. With the victory, Boonton leapfrogged past Montvale into a tie with Holiday for

first place. Fair Lawn ‘s anchor Steve Plaszky, who carved out 235-201-611, closed out the finale with four strikes to lead his team to a come-from-behind third game win, 882-872 and a sweep of Montvale. Fair Lawn also benefited from Matt Myers’ 195 and a huge over-average 171 from Katrina Plaszky. Best posts for Montvale came from Jessica Torres 197, ten-year-old Joseph Mahoney 171 and eleven-yearold Chris Torres with a better than average 169. Bowler City II exploded with a second game 853/1067, good enough to hold onto the wood point, 2782-2777 against Bowler City III. The foursome’s best scores were all tallied in that middle encounter with Alex Vorhees rolling 212, Joe Biondi 192, Brittany Hovan 227 and Dean Edwards 222. Bowler City III captured the other two matchups with an impressive set by Patrick Sucero, whose 191-180-186 were well above his norm, a pair of 189 scores from Greg Khan and a 177 single added by Nathan Tombo.

Joe Herber 694
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Herber led the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League firing games of 279-258-257 for a high series of 694. Wayne Bobert rolled 217-257-244-718, John Baginsky, Jr. 224-265686, and Warren Taureck 212-201-261-674. In the Academy Madness League Melanie Gross rolled 224-211-629, Frank Viverito 225-202-202-629, Bob White 222-245-625, and Bobby Parillo, Jr. 234-207-615.

Lou Gaudio, Jr. 693
HOPELAWN, NJ – Lou Gaudio, Jr. topped the scoring in the Goldstein & Hanel Doubles League firing games of 247-247 for a high series of 693. Casey Creutz shot 221-236-221-678, Ryan Friend 211-235-644, and Evan Simon 222-221-631.

Joe Herber 680
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Herber led the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League firing games of 218-236-226 for a high series of 680. John Baginsky, Jr. shot 243-224-660, Anthony Serignese 267-209-646, and Ronald Rosario 220-216-201-637. Jerry Petti shot 198 in the Winter Senior Citizens League.

Rich Hardish 690
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rich Hardish topped the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 233-211-246 for a high series of 690. Dennis Pranio shot 234-244-212-690, Alberto Tadeo 215-241-650, and Kathleen Pranio 234.

Rob Chalfent 675
HOPELAWN, NJ - Rob Chalfent led the scoring in the Iselin AA League firing games of 270-210 for a high series of 675. Mark Wiget rolled 226-233-639, and Darris Douma 243-618.

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