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Vol. 74 No. 49 February 5 - 11, 2014 50 cents

Australia’s Jason Belmonte Topped Wes Malott to Win Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions
By Bill Vint - PBA “To win a major championship and ALLEN PARK, Mich. – Australia’s player of the year in the same week? Jason Belmonte, with a strike on his That’s pretty tough to beat,” he final ball, defeated Wes Malott of grinned. Pflugerville, Texas, to win the Malott advanced to the title match Barbasol Professional Bowlers with a 205-202 victory over Barrett, Association Tournament of the 2013 PBA World Champion, in a Champions by a single pin at contest where strikes were hard to Thunderbowl Lanes. come by late in the game. Barrett Belmonte, a 30-year-old two-handfailed to convert the 2-8-10 split in ed player, defeated Malott, 219-218, the seventh frame, giving Malott the after earning the top berth in the PBA photo edge. But Malott was unable to take stepladder finals by 363 pins over Champion Jason Belmonte advantage, leaving four consecutive England’s Dom Barrett, but he escaped with his one-pin victory when Malott left an 8 pin 10 pins to keep Barrett in the match. Needing a strike on his on his first shot in the 10th frame. first shot in the 10th frame to win, Barrett also left a 10 pin. Belmonte collected his eighth career victory and second In the second match, Dan MacLelland made a fatal mistake PBA major title just a week after being named 2012-13 when he left the 4-6-7-10 split in the fourth frame and failed PBA Player of the Year. He also earned $40,000 and a cel- to convert. Malott struck on eight of his final nine shots to ebratory Barbasol shaving cream pie-in-the-fame from race away with a 248-199 win to end MacLelland’s hopes of close friend and fellow competitor Bill O’Neill. becoming the first Canadian to win a PBA Tour title. “I got extremely lucky,” Belmonte said. “When it really In the opening match, MacLelland, a fifth-year PBA counted, I didn’t throw a good shot and gave Wes a chance. player making his seventh career television appearance, I was pretty sure he was going to win. I couldn’t believe it eliminated defending Tournament of Champions winner when I looked up and saw the 8 pin standing.” Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., 259-211. Weber, a 37-time The victory avenged Belmonte’s 214-156 loss to Malott PBA champion who was making his 133rd television in the 2013 U.S. Open title match, another tournament appearance, made two uncharacteristic mistakes – failing to Belmonte had dominated until the final game. convert the 3-10 split in the first frame and missing the 3“Other than the U.S. Open, this was one of my best start- 6-10 in the fifth – and MacLelland answered with a string to-finish performances ever,” Belmonte said. “I’m of eight strikes to end the 51-year-old Weber’s bid for a extremely proud to put my name on this trophy. record 11th PBA major title.

Donald Price 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – Donald Price earned game and series in the Tuesday Nite Owls League at Farmingdale Lanes blasting games of 300 and 238 for the high series of 730. David Crane shot 279-225-216729, Meghan Cesare 254, Lukas Zito 248, Steve Pasciuto 247-238234-719, Michael Pasciuto 247687, and Michael Markoski 245225-217-687.

Justin Andrews Hit 300 at Rab’s
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Justin Andrews earned top honors in the Michael Carbonaro Mixed League at Rab’s Country Lanes blasting a 300 game for a high series of 759. Jason Todaro rolled 248-733, Heather Reebe 278-688, Phil Oppenheim 248-676, Robert Butler, Jr. 254-722, Steve McNichol 247-696, Sue Campbell 257-672, and Angelo Cuozzo 267.

Ed McAuliffe Blasted 300 At Montvale Lanes
MONTVALE, NJ - Ed McAuliffe fired a 300 game followed by scores of 237 and 184 for a 721 series for top honors in the Thursday Early Bird League at Montvale Lanes. Tom Bruno blasted scores of 258-257-235 for a 750 series, Dave Mastropasqua 258-256-221735, Steve Scorzetti finished first in the intra-league singles tournament for the first half, closely followed by Tom Fojtlin and Bob Slockbower. Mike Pasch rolled 244-716, Ed Kilianski 258-711, Pete DeFabiis 266-693, Dave Spano 255-691, and Tom Fojtlin 261-690.

Scott Ehrlich 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY - Scott Ehrlich mashed a 300 game rolling in the Thursday Night Foursome at South Levittown lanes. Walt Stashin bowled 265-247745, Nick Pirillo 265, Nick Spinelli 258, Dave Blumenthal 257, Wolf Ginsberg 256, Jas Santoro 249, Al Green 248, Denis Mendelson 247, and Diane Parziale rolled a 225 game.

Jason French, Gary Robertson 300 at Rockville Centre
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Jason French and Gary Robertson each blasted a 300 game in the Monday RVC 4-Man Classic at Rockville Centre Lanes. Mike Ramirez shot 289-279-249-816, Bob Moskowitz 289-234-731, Joe Tan 279-245-717, James McLean 279-221, Jamaal Braddon and Mime Murray 279, Tim Swanson 278-234-724, George Stephens 277-241-720 and Joe Conigliaro 275-239-730.

Mike Ormsby 300 at Howell Lanes
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ - Sorry, Not Sorry got off to a big start in the second half behind Mike Ormsby heaving a 300 game and 750 series and teammate Jared Brown achieving high series with 755 on a 289 game. Ormsby rips the ball down the lane in 2.00 seconds. Team 9 is the only undefeated team of the evening with 9 teams just 2 points behind after the first week of the second half. Ralph Carbone threw his first 700 series, a 742 with a 269 game. John Petraglia, Sr. fired a 729-268 and Anthony Passaretti shot 719268. High averages for the first Half were: Mike Fogarty 235, Mike Ormsby 232, John Petraglia, Sr. 230, Anthony Gubitosi, Jr. 225, and Stu Cohen 224.

Fred Catapano, Michael Berardino 300 at Farmingdale
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Fred Catapano and Michael Berardino each blasted 300 games in the Tuesday Early Birds League at Farmingdale Lanes. Amefika Greaves rolled 237-279-279-795, Anna Bell 289, Greg Herzing 268-218, Dan Oliveri 259, George Tinch, Mike Garrido, Dennis Dowdican, and Mike Bagnato 257, Ron Scalzo and Nathaniel Fuller 256, and Cristinia Reale 255.

Frank Beamon, Dan Gerardi Blast 300 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Frank Beamon and Dan Gerardi tossed a 300 game while rolling in the Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Frank finished with a 727 series and Dan a 751 series. Carole DeGroot bowled 265-735, Rob Roman 267729, German Hernandez 234-691, Frank Gude 255-689, Jim Viola 249-686, Mike DeFrancesco 275-684, Jan Dul 235-683, Kevin DeFrancesco 269-681, Ed Bakelaar Sr. 252-680, Adam DeFrancesco 245-678, Carmine DeFrancesco 236-672, and John Lord 247-670.


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Barbasol and PBA “Strike a Pose” Contest
By Jerry Schneider - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. - Barbasol and the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) have teamed up to create the 2014 Barbasol and PBA “Strike a Pose” contest. Contestants will submit their best “strike celebration pose” on the Barbasol Strike a Pose Facebook page. Submissions can also be posted to Instagram and Twitter using #PBAstrikeapose. The contest will run through March 26 when the winners will be decided by a panel of judges made up of Barbasol and PBA members. Five winners will receive a year’s supply of Barbasol. A grand-prize winner will receive a Barbasol PBA Prize pack, which includes a year’s supply of Barbasol, a Barbasol Motown Muscle bowling jersey and custom Barbasol bowling ball. “Barbasol is very excited to be able to partner with the PBA on the

Yuya Katoh Upsets Field to End 25-Year Home-Country Drought in Round1 Japan Cup
By Bill Vint - PBA TOKYO, Japan – Japan “I knew if I watched the Professional Bowlers other bowler, I’d get nervous Association journeyman Yuya so I just closed my eyes and Katoh pulled off one of the went through my routine,” he biggest upsets in Round1 Japan said. “I didn’t pay attention to Cup history, defeating countryanything else around me - not man Kazuaki Watanabe, 243how long it’d been since a 235, in the title match to JPBA player had won, not become the first Japanese playgoing for my first title and not er in 25 years to win the popuhow the other bowler was lar international event. doing. I only thought about The finals of the 27th Round1 my game. Japan Cup, which included 16 “I’m very happy. This is a PBA members who qualified huge tournament to win for based upon a year-long compemy first title,” he beamed. tition points race plus special “I’m just very happy.” invitees and additional Japan, The three JPBA players Korean and PBA players, were dominated the eight-player televised live in Japan and aired finals field. Katoh, who will on ESPN. make his American debut Katoh, a 10-year Japan PBA when he bowls in the United PBA photo Tour veteran who had never States Bowling Congress Yuya Katoh won a title, became only the Masters in February in North third Japanese player to win his country’s most presti- Brunswick, N.J., advanced to the title match by elimgious title after Watanabe failed to convert a 10 pin in inating Finland’s Osku Palermaa in his first match, the ninth frame. Katoh’s strike on his first ball in the 258-226, and defeating countryman Shinichi Horie 10th sealed the win. The only previous Japanese title in the semifinal round, 236-195. winners were Ken Taniguchi, who defeated fellow Watanabe eliminated Chris Barnes of Double Oak, JPBA member Kiyoshi Nakarai to win the inaugural Texas, 278-239, in the Round of 8 and ended any Japan Cup in 1985, and Takeo Sakai, who defeated PBA hopes for a title when he ousted PBA rookie PBA star Wayne Webb to claim the 1988 title. E.J. Tackett of Huntington, Ind., 249-190, in his Katoh, a married father of two who works as a teach- semifinal round match. ing pro in a Japanese bowling center, was aware of his In the other two Round of 8 matches, Horie struck country’s 25-year title drought, but didn’t want to think on his last five shots to slip past reigning PBA about it. Player of the Year Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., “I didn’t concentrate on anything other than thinking 225-224, while Tackett eliminated two-time Japan ‘one shot at a time,’” he said. “I knew it had been a Cup winner Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., long time since a JPBA bowler won, but I didn’t want 226-224, when Jones left the 2-8-10 on his fill ball to think about that.” in the 10th frame after Tackett missed a 10 pin in his He also used the same philosophy to avoid the 10th frame to give Jones a chance to win. increasing pressure in the final frames.

Mike Fogarty Tops Eastern Scratch Classic
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ - Mike Fogarty led the Eastern Scratch Classic at Howell Lanes with a 752-267-258 but high game of the night went to John Petraglia, Sr. posting a278 in his 701 series. Other 700s were Matt Mitchel 745-268-256, Lou Colucci 718-256, John Furey 703-256, and Chris Jones 703. Jim Stefan threw a 264. Leslie Bohn led the women roiling a 276 and 672 series, Diane Jones recorded a 249-668, Jessie Peters 245-648 series.

Anthony Miceli Tops Junior Gold Qualifier at Rab’s
STATEN ISLAND, NY - Anthony Miceli was crowned the champion in the first Junior Gold Championships qualifier of the year after placing second in the qualifying round and defeating the top seed Daniel Costantino in the final match. The event took place at Rab’s Country Lanes and was open to youth bowlers ages 15 and under where they had the opportunity to qualify for the USBC Junior Gold Championships to be held in Buffalo, NY this summer. Bowlers rolled 4 games in the qualifying round and then the top 4 bowlers bowled in a Step-Ladder Finals with Miceli finishing first Coatantino second, Lawrence Bianco third and rounding out the top four was Michael Schembari. High games of the event were rolled by Anthony Miceli with 195-202, Daniel Costantino 185-202, Lawrence Bianco 189 and Lexis Ortiz tossing a 165 game.

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Australia’s Jason Belmonte Named 2012-13 Chris Schenkel PBA Player of the Year
By Jerry Schneider - PBA

Spanish American: Henry Alvarez Jr. 251-674, Heriberto Matias 237666, Lynn Coleman 185-529. Monday Early Birds: Mike Riley 258-769, Jesus Cruz 575-64, Brian Theriault 248-698, Judy Larick 243-638, Tina Richardson 201-573. Thursday Night Mixed: Bill Vamos 247, David Ireton 234-631, Lynne Coleman 228-566, Carole Cerezio 214-555. Fox Hills Seniors: Joe Tobjy 215, Steve Friedman 213-605, Don King 211-537, Pearl Traub Johnson 167-421, Marylyn Forte 160-412. County Tuesday Night: Michael Kirc 279-681, Jarvis Goldberry 267-710, Charles Wilfong 269, Mickey Pukas 256-626, Dot Newsome 233-617. Rockaway Mixed: John Rotella 299-738, Dennis Nielsen 290-712, Corey Smith 278-716, Danielle Parker 253-549, Kara Cook 247-708. Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 211-537, Mike Svetik 190, Michelle Halko 189-519. Thursday Night Mixed: Colin Beasty 257-670, Robert Rhodes 238638, Kevin Helm 236, Carole Cerenzio 274-673, Melissa Peachman 232. PBA: Ken Yokobosky 221, Brian Scott 213, Joseph Caloger 205, Tim Panek 203, Liesl Apgar 167, Dori Tingoli 163. Nor Bu: Phil Dattolo 258, John Jenkins 255, Charles Wright 23, Lynn Perry 190, Maryann Abasto 188. Rockaway Foursome: Chris Morris 277, PJ Adams 267, Joyce Hulbert 279-680, Joan Dakak 224. Rockaway Woman: Lois Kemhna 22, Susan Chillemi 201, Tammy Baldwin 201.

ALLEN PARK, Mich – Australia’s Jason Belmonte was named the 201213 Professional Bowlers Association Chris Schenkel Player of the Year. In earning his first Player of the Year honor, Belmonte won two titles, including the USBC Masters – his first major – and had runner-up finishes in three other major championships: the 2012 PBA World Championship, U.S. Open and 2013 PBA Tournament of Champions. He won the George Young High Average Award, scoring at a 228.81 pace over 422 games, and the Harry Smith Point Leader Award

with 238,903 points. The only major statistical category he didn’t win was earnings, where his $186,465 total ranked third behind 2011-12 Player of the Year Sean Rash’s $248,317 and Mika Koivuniemi’s $227,851. Belmonte, known for his unique two-handed delivery, joined Venezuela’s Amleto Monacelli and Finland’s Koivuniemi as the only foreign-born players to win the PBA’s highest annual competition honor. He was also the first two-handed player to win the award. “This award has a lot of meaning for

me because it represents the fact that you can do it your way and be successful,” Belmonte said. “I’ve taken a lot of criticism but I’m a firm believer in pinning your ears back and going for your dreams.” Belmonte, who owns seven career titles, captured Harry Golden Rookie of the Year honors after winning his first title during the 2008-09 season. “This is an honor every player wants to win but something you can never plan for,” Belmonte added. ”There’s no deadline to achieve it, only a massive bonus for your career if you do.”

Ryan Shafer Wins Second PBA Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award
By Bill Vint - PBA

SEATTLE – Ryan Shafer of Horseheads, N.Y., has been selected by his fellow Professional Bowlers Association members as winner of the 201213 Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award. Shafer, a 47-year-old who has won four titles in a 27-year PBA Tour career, has been a champion for underdogs on the PBA Tour for years, encouraging non-winners to continue their quests for a title, because he understands how difficult it is to win against the greatest players in the world. Shafer’s personal challenges have been complicated because he has bowled his entire career while combating diabetes. Recently he has served as a spokesman for Animas Corp., a company that makes the insulin pump that has made it easier for him to live a normal life. “Winning the Steve Nagy Award has always been important to me because it shows the respect of your peers as a sportsman and someone who cares about them,” Shafer said via e-mail. “I have been through a lot this past week, so it’s hard for me to be happy today about winning. “I know the other candidates

were very deserving. In time, I hope I can reflect and enjoy the fact my fellow players think so highly of me. It’s just tough to do that at this moment.” Eugene McCune of Munster, Ind., Shafer’s closest friend and a fellow PBA Tour competitor, accepted the award on Shafer’s behalf during ceremonies Friday at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., where the Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions gets underway Saturday. “I want to thank my roommate and one of my best friends in the world, Eugene McCune, for accepting on my behalf,” Shafer said. “My wife Michelle and Eugene were good friends. It’s only right he accept for me because she loved him as a friend as much as I do.” Others who received votes in the Nagy balloting were: Patrick Allen, Dom Barrett, Kenneth Bland Jr., Parker Bohn III, Nathan Bohr, Ryan Ciminelli, Mike Edwards, Andres Gomez, Steve Jaros and Kelly Kulick. Established in 1966, the Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award is named after the late PBA Hall of Famer and founding members of the PBA. A colorful and talented

performer, Nagy made such an impact on his fellow pros that the award was established shortly after his death. Hall of Famer Johnny Guenther won the first “Nagy.”



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Adrienne Lupo shot a 210 583 set.

On the Boy’s side David Bruno shot a 266 game and on the Girl’s side we have Maria Lucente with 222-575 and Danielle Cuomo with 211-547.

Travlers Dana Laloo andLouis Ferrante Share Limelight at Lodi Lanes
By Vince Albrecht LODI, NJ - Traveling to Lodi Lanes for the first time this season, the Stan Niemiec youth keglers generally discovered lane conditions to their liking, rolling nine “600” sets and thirty-six deuces. Since so many fine threesomes were thrown, it was difficult to select Bowler of the Week, The writer settled on Dana-Marie Laloo and 11-year-old Louis Ferrante, each of whom posted 850, the afternoon’s best handicap set. Dana, the reigning Bergen County girls’ champion, fired a neat triple deuce 214247-218-679 to lead Bowler City III past Boonton, 2962-2843 while 11year-old Louis Ferrante carved out an impressive 181-234-201-616 for Lodi. In the BC III/Boonton match, Dana was backed up by teammates’ Greg Khan 223 and Nick Reyes 210-200; scoring well for Boonton were Matt O’Dea 204-205, 12-year-old Peter Hancock 194-191, Karl Kattermann 191 and Adam Gelvan 190-189. In the match against league-leading Holiday, Lodi dropped two high-scoring games, 1011-971 and 10521020 before forging ahead with 826/1092 to overtake Holiday, capturing both the game and the wood point. Young Louis opened the door for his squad and they rose to the occasion: Avery Brown 233, Chris Navarro 216 and Nick Ferrante 204. Holiday, the league’s top scratch team, put together a slew of deuces with Nick Cilento 248-245-685 [the session’s high net threesome], Frank Magyar 237-217-213-667 and Kevin Macchia 202-265-633. Lilly Sigona shot over average for the day, tallying 180-529. 13-year-old Matt Russell continued to pummel the plastic-coats, sending them scattering into the pit with 267, the afternoon’s top net single. Matt added a 200, finishing with 641 to lead Montvale over Bowler City II, 3033-2906. Joe Mahoney, at 10 years of age, is the league’s youngest bowler, but he struck like a veteran with a cool 217-203-187 for a 607 set.

On the Men’s side we have Joe Lupo who shot a 280-655 set, Keith Massimillo 278-726, Billy Maxwell 268-665 Jason Julian 261-655, Mike Peppe threw a 258, Elwood Verity bowled a 255-711. On the Woman’s end we have Wendi Maxwell who shot a 215 and Heather Maxwell 210 game.

On the Men’s end we have Rich Rothmansky who shot the high game of 299 and finished with a 669 followed by John Frank with 268-257-738, Yosh Novichonek 268-698, Arthur O’Connor 267-698, Matthew Stanisic 265-258-717, Anthony Phillips 683, and Pete Conway threw a 665 set. Top Women were Melissa Messite who shot a 229-600, Michelle Montigoris 225-602, Eleanor Cockett 222-607, Betty Frank 221-595, and Nancy Karish bowled 215-585.

Joe Mazza rolled 286-700 Anthony Lubrano shot a 276-671 Raoul Vegosen bowled a 268-256-726, Eric Paulson Jr. threw a 267-257-731, Anthony Bruno 266-718, John Hanlon 258, Jonathon Berghorn 689, Anthony DePace threw a 675, Richie DiConza shot a 653 and Scott Rufer finished with 651.

Bret Zaccoli 279-738, Steve Klein 268-721, and Andy Eisner threw a 258-667.

Lisa Newman bowled a 238 game followed by Gloria Belmonte with a 236 in a 617 set, Stacey Salomides 224-587, and Betty Ann Lescher threw a 213-594.

For the Women: Barbara Migliorino shot a 217 game. For the Boys: Adam Malave shot a 277-685, and Ramon Deleon Jr. bowled a 229-662. For the Girls: Jenn Ackerman threw a 210-527.

Jerry Katz tossed a 277 game, Stan Lane shot a 255-652, Dan DiGirolomo 685, Jarvis Skellington 668, Keith Manza 667, and Ben Gregoretti finished with a 650 set.

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On the Men’s end we have John Howarth who shot a 290 in a 720 series followed by Kevin Sullivan with 279-660, Terry Boyle shot a 267-736, Kyle Webster threw a 267, Peter Tang 256, John Maglio 256, Les Forrai 255, Rich Laurita Jr. shot a 253, Keith Benenatti 251-727, and Rob Benenatti shot a 661. On the Woman’s side we have Dawn Laurita who shot a 256-232-664, and Eileen Rufer a 223 game.

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On the Men’s end we have Gerry Dunham who shot a 278-258-742, Henry Clay followed with a 275 game, Lorne Canton 268-694, Fred George threw a 702, Jerry George 694, Luther Chapman bowled a 655, and Richard Franklin shot a 654. On the Woman’s end we have Althea Gill who shot a 215 and Curtis Mae Harbison who shot a 211 game.

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For the Men’s Dean Falconer shot a 277-757, Tony Depperman 269-726, Chris Lucchese 258, and Tim O’Brien with a 268 in a 679 set.

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Joe Traina, Jr. 759
FARMINGDALE, 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.

Monday BFCU: Paul Thiverge 277, Chris Labita 244-243-634, Jessica Ksiazek 211. Monday LIA: Ed Werbeck 257-237-717, Mike Sodano 235-650, Joanne Perry 227-626, April Fucci 214, Angie Collazzo 211, Ann Gruber 208. Tuesday Early Birds: Diane Parziale 231-202-624, Karen Bernardo 212, Dianne Buckman 201, Freda Amon 200, Ginger Keinath 200. Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Joe Marsiello 214-205, Bob Haskin 201, Richard Mennona 200. Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Cappy Caporusso 237-215-623, George Nauss 203, Joe Macaluso 203, Barbara Gaffney 222. Thursday Charles McShane: Darren Barlow 290-759, Walter Reese 275, Justin Kampf 269, Justin Sternberg 266, Paul Thivierge 259-739, Ed Werbeck 258, Brian Piotrowski 256, Kris Schnarwyler 255, Howard Edelman 255. Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Jim Martin 257-665, Gordon McDaniel 236, Roy Deeds 233, Byron Lamm 661. Thursday Charlie Cap Classic: Wesley Tom 289-728, Matt Pope 279, Frank Locascio 278-734, Brian Sulzbach 269, Alfonso Leonardo 268724, Bruce Bernstein 268, Dwight Flowers 267-715, Darren Pitnick 267, Allan Gross 266, Mike Forman 260-710, Mike Winkhart 258, James Anemone 258, Mike LoPiccolo 258-716, Shaun Ihasz 258, Russell Cohen 257, Jason Nikol 257, Anthony Chiarenza 257, Vincent Geraci 256-734, Eric Kaplan 256, Michelle Montgoris 259, Nadine WilliamsClory 245, Anthony Silva 738.

John Curtis 258
FARMINGDALE, 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.

Gerry Dunham 677
FARMINGDALE, 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.

Joe Venezia 257
FARMINGDALE, 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
FARMINGDALE, 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 256-215214-685, Glenn Daly 267-229, Matthew Farley 249-225, Mickey Newbeck 249, and Antoine Lyons and Rob Kruper 246.

Adam Glickman 725
FARMINGDALE, 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 227-227-634, Tom Sullivan 225223- 223-671, and Thomas Lastella 216.

Joe Migliorno 233
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Migliorno rolled 233, Justin Spreague 202, and Ramon Deleon, Jr. 199 in the Sunday Adult/Child League.

Ron Demuth 254
FARMINGDALE, 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.

Brian Siemers 279
FARMINGDALE, 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.

Bob O’Keefe 278-728
FARMINGDALE, 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 211-226267- 704, Roger Costa III 267243-707, Joseph Kelch 266-239, Brian Fullman 266-224, Joe Muscat 266-249-720, Mitch Roth 259-236, Rich Gagliardi 258-254-705, Bill Law 258-233, Aniello Strocchia 258, Ellen Mooreheda 258-247-710, Mark Colaizzo 257-245-702, Doug DeSousa 256-237, and Ellie Myers 255-220.

John Khantzain 699
FARMINGDALE, NY – John Khantzain paced the scoring in the Wednesday Senior Doubles League firing games of 233- 235231 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.

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Robert Butler 772
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Robert Butler topped the scoring in the Michael Carbonaro Mixed League firing a high game of 278 and a high series of 772. Phil Oppenheim shot 279-737, Joe Astorina 279-732, Victor Correa 269-691, Bob Jacobson 672, Justin Andrews 245-666, Nick Cuadrado 279, Dan Guidone 256, and Michael Andrews 255.

Ed Barone 760
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Ed Barone led the scoring in the Scaran Sunday Night Mixed League firing games of 269-256 for a high series of 760. Fernan Handog shot 687, Mike Pagan, Sr. 686, Tony Mangano 250-247-681, Todd Sciacca 246246-676, and Roy Spiro 269-696.

Don Schwed 697
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Don Schwed led the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 226-243-228 for a high series of 697. Al Felline rolled 212-212-219643, Hal Solomon 222-234-628, John Sorrentino 254-626, Ed Rubino 232, and Vin Diagon 222.

George Redecha 757
STATEN ISLAND, NY – George Redecha led the RCAL/McGuire League firing games of 257-269 for a high series of 757. Steve Demaria shot 245-695, Mike Lenczewski 244-266-692, Mike Palmieri 267-695, Chris Consolmagno 256-676, Ali Ramovic 279-676, and Steve Keller 243-663.

Matt Cohen 684
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Matt Cohen paced the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed Quartets League firing games of 248-244 for a high series of 684. John Saker shot 279, Rita DiPietro 213-616, Pat Driscoll 213-214-611, Ashley Gottlieb 233-219-221, Liz Gottleib 215603 and Nancy Avignone 212.

Mike King 299-749
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Mike King led the scoring in the Senior Men’s League firing games of 299-225-225 for a high series of 749. John Carbonella shot 249-259215-723, Hal Solomon 204-236247-687, Don Schwed 219-225214-658, Sal Puma 214-214-211639, and John Soderino 213-216201-630.

Brad Calandrillo 720
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Brad Calandrillo topped the scoring in the NEXGEN Junior Bowlers League blasting games of 248227-245 for a high series of 720. Jonathan Petrizzi shot 211-241636, Luis Gutierrez 188-188-258634, and Breanna Barclay 204.

Joe Goodheart 676
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Joe Goodheart rolled 240-676, Rob Alavares 269-665, Frank Legge 278, and John Musco, Jr. 257. Bob Lampariello 673 STATEN ISLAND, NY – Bob Lampariello led the scoring in the Golden Oldies League firing games of 279-221 for a high series of 673. Howard Weiss shot 234, Ben Currao 202, Vincent Pisciotta 201, Anthony Gilberto 203, and Olivia Costantino 195.

Ben Johnson 661
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Ben Johnson rolled 257-224-661 and John Castro 212-200 in the Senior Men’s League.

Rod Eddy 666
STATEN ISLAND, NY – In the SMP Automotive Mixed League Rod Eddy shot 258-666. Joe D’Esposito hit 270, Dolly Palmieri 255, Anthony Barberijo 243, Kathy Zarr 218, and Roe Pepe 213-212-610.

Anthony Saccone 663
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Anthony Saccone led the scoring in the NEXGEN Junior Bowlers League firing games of 248-183232 for a high series of 663. Timothy Barclay rolled 225-204203-632, Anthony Everts 223202-200-626, and Rob DeSimone 247-203-616.



February 5 - 11, 2014

Jason Gomez 790
HOPELAWN, NJ – Jason Gomez topped the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League firing games of 278-244-268 for a high series of 790. Bill Daunno rolled 247-258-279784, Robert Marchisello 276-260237-773, Len Camporeale 225278-255-758, Justin Poli 257-253242-752, and Patrick Plate 278246-225-749. In the Wednesday Earlybirds League Char Martino shot 194190-191, and Carolyn Esposito 171.

Youth Travelers’ 14-year-old Madison Perry Bowler of the Week
By Vince Albrecht HACKENSACK, NJ - Hawthorne freshman Madison Perry made being targets on the pin deck a real bummer. The 14-year-old took advantage of prime scoring conditions at Bowler City to blast her way to Bowler of the Week by punishing the plastic-sticks with 246-256-668. Madison regained her focus big time after missing a one-pin spare in the middle game’s fifth frame, she then proceeded to string twelve consecutive strikes and fourteen of fifteen before giving the pins a chance to recover….incredible….super kudos to her! Her team had started slow, but were energized by her performance and followed with several deuces that saw Matt Myers roll 227223-643, Steve Plaszky 226 and Tyler Nappi 202. Even so, in the eye-popping high scoring match, it took Fair Lawn’s 907 finish, high team net to date, to earn two points from a torrid Bowler City III unit who exploded for three huge handicap scores, 10281024-1039 for a 3091, new league team best threesome. BC III high rollers were Teaneck senior DanaMarie Laloo 212-192-226-630 and Bergenfield sophomore Nick Reyes 231-226-627; St Joseph’s freshman Nathan Tombo added 204-191 and AHA freshman Tiffany Sucero 184. In a nail-biter match, Bowler City I used a huge 861/1097 middle game to hold the wood point, 29642928 against Boonton which took the other two games. James Kane rolled a stellar 203-258-192-653, Vin Santoro 213-204, Kristen Kane 209 and Janina Santoro 195 for BC I. Meanwhile, Boonton continued to roll, capturing its fifth straight match, capping it with a mammoth 1046 score. Erik Kattermann rocked the maples with the afternoon’s best set, a triple deuce 216-211-247-674. He received plenty of support from his mates Karl Kattermann 214, Sean McGuire 213 and Randy Devitt 183.

Kevin Kennelly 701
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Kennelly led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 279-200-222 for a high series of 701. John Syslo shot 225-227-633, Jeff Kubinak 224-237-624, and Barbara Skokan 218.

Michael Morris 700
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Morris led the scoring in the NJ Turnpike League firing games of 235-221-244 for a high series of 700. John Moffit shot 215-202, Willie Cooper 214, and Joyce Ellison 199.

Mike Bauer 744
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mike Bauer led the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 223277-244 for a high series of 744. Kenny Anderson rolled 235-225225-685, Angelito Rondena 245203-647, and Will Dellamanna 234.

Ralph Doerfler 698
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ralph Doerfler topped the scoring in the Atlantic City Trios League firing games of 242-201-255 for a high series of 698. Paul Harney rolled 225-246-659, Joseph Krupinski 238-239-649, and Joe Defini 259-213-622.

Russell McCarthy 718
HOPELAWN, NJ – Russell McCarthy topped the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 248-265-205 for a high series of 718. Rich Nicholls shot 237-247-226710, Alberto Tadeo 234-231-226691, Michael Ramer 223-233-226682, and Rich Hardish 244-275682.

Matt Cestone 645
HOPELAWN, NJ – Matt Cestone led the scoring in the Thursday Nite Mixed League firing games of 217246 for a high series of 645. Danielle Medvetz shot 214-225636, Scott Akalewicz 218-221-635, Kyle Januzzi 236-616, Mike Serio 230, and Audra Pena 216.

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