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Vol. 75 No. 1 March 5 - 11, 2014 ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Hodge topped the Friday Night Mixed League firing games of 262-269-278 for a high series of 809 at Rockville Centre Lanes. LODI, NJ - Matt Donders tossed a 300-762 high series in the Friday G&L League at Lodi Lanes 50 cents

Jason Belmonte Becomes First in Nearly 50 Years To Successfully Defend USBC Masters Title
By Lucas Wiseman - USBC NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ Australia's Jason Belmonte became the first bowler in nearly 50 years to successfully defend a United States Bowling Congress Masters title when he defeated EJ Tackett of Huntington, Ind., 221-177. Belmonte, the reigning Professional Bowlers Association Player of the Year, opened up a big lead early and eased to the title at Brunswick Zone Carolier. With the victory, Belmonte, who earned $50,000 for the win, is just the third player to successfully defend a Masters title, joining Billy Welu (1964 and 1965) and Dick Hoover (1956 and 1957). "This tournament is so difficult to win," said Belmonte, who won his ninth career PBA Tour title and his third major. "I always have high expectations for myself, but to go down in history as the third one and first in 50 years to win back-to-back is a huge honor." In the title match, Belmonte got out of the gates quickly and took advantage of a slow start by Tackett, the reigning PBA Rookie of the Year. Belmonte started with
In addition to making history with consecutive Masters victories Belmonte also added his name to a short list of players who have won back-to-back major titles. He won the Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions in January and is the seventh player in history to win back-to-back majors. In the semifinal, Belmonte hung on for a one-pin victory over Michael Haugen Jr. of Phoenix, 235-234, by putting a spare on the board in the final frame and getting nine pins on the fill ball. Belmonte, who entered the championship round as the fifth seed, took down No. 3 seed Tom Smallwood of Saginaw, Mich., 202-173, and opened the stepladder finals with a 227-214 win over fourth seed Ryan Ciminelli of Cheektowaga, N.Y. The Masters, which featured a total prize fund of $315,000, is part of the World Tenpin Bowling Association World Bowling Tour. A sold-out field of 468 players from 15 countries started the week in their quest to take home the trophy.

John Hodge 809 at Rockville Centre
Rick Boremski shot 289-682, Alan Salem 277-214, John LaBau 267-723, Paul Smith 259, Steven Battino 257-212, and Jarvis Skellington 255-243-706. John Seoane rolled near perfect when he posted a 298 game followed by Ed Smith rolling 276.

Matt Donders 300 at Lodi Lanes Joe Traina, Jr., Mike Gelman 300 At Farmingdale Lanes

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Jason Belmonte

FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Traina, Jr. and Mike Gelman each blasted a 300 game in the Thursday 3-Man League at Farmingdale Lanes. Curtis Brown shot a near perfect 299 game followed by Rob Haines posting 296

245-267 to tally an 808 for the session high set. Jeremy Schaffer rolled 279-241735, Joe Novara 289-730, Sean Mott 216-256-258-730, Doug Feldman 225-234-279-738, and Andrew Carrig 248-249-232-729.

a spare before rattling off four consecutive strikes to take command. The match wasn't settled, however, until the final frame when Belmonte converted the 4 pin and struck on his final ball to shut out Tackett. "I wish I would have had a chance, but Jason did what he had to do to win," Tackett said. "I'm disappointed I didn't win, but it's an experience I'm going to learn from this and hopefully next time I can win."

STATEN ISLAND, NY - Tom Barnes hit a 300 game for a high series of 793 at the 39th Annual New Year Singles Classic Top Qualifiers at Rab’s Country Lanes. Tim McAuliffe, Jr. shot 793, Dean Dunleavy and Steve Soss 772, Mike Endress 766, George

Tom Barnes’ 300 Tops New Year Classic at Rab’s

Cretella 762, Joe Aballo 759, Joe Coniglio 752, Tom Dinardo 278751, Robert Rosas 748, Dan Twomey 742, Joe Lamp 737, John Eadicicco 736, Joe Stillman 735, Joey Weissenstein 734, John Beranello, Jr. 732, and Robyn Buschini 730.

Tony Olivo 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY - Tony Olivo fount the line to tally a 300 game while competing in the Thursday Charles McShane League at South Levittown Lanes. Chris Vogel bowler a 274 followed by Brian Amodeo rolling 270, Ed Stadtlander 269, Tom Gallagher 269, Jas Santoro 266735, Brian Werbeck 259-717, Lee Kruger 259, Mike Willis 258-258704, Joe Paciullo 257, Brad Cammarano 257, and Ed Werbeck with a 257 in a 711 set.

Ian Parisi Claims Junior Prestige Title
STATEN ISLAND, NY - Number two seed Ian Parisi defeated number one seed Anthony Terzakos 246 to 185 to claim the championship title in the 11th Annual Staten Island Junior Prestige Classic that took place at Rab’s Country Lanes. Youth athletes who are members of the USBC Junior Gold Program were eligible to compete in the event to vie for the title, scholarship awards, and their place in the 2014 North Pointe Junior Gold Championships to be held in Buffalo, NY. Athletes bowled 4 games in the qualifying round. After the qualifying the top 5 bowlers advanced to the Step-Ladder Finals where fifth seed Jonathan Petrizzi defeated fourth seed Courtney Gervais 195 to 178, then triumphed over third seed Kevin Buono 234 to 151 before being beaten by third seed Ian Parisi 210 to 204. Parisi went on to take the title. The top 3 athletes competing in this event earned spots to compete in the 2014 North Pointe Junior Gold Championships. Courtney Gervais, Jonathan Petrizzi, and Brad Calendrillo earned these elusive spots. Ian Parisi, Anthony Terzakos, and Kevin Buono earned spots in a previous event earlier this season. In 2014 the USBC Junior Gold Championships presented by the brands of Ebonite International will award over $100,000 in scholarship prizes to a field including over 2,200 athletes. The event features six divisions for athletes to compete: U12 Boys and Girls, U15 Boys and Girls and U20 Boys and Girls. High games in the event were tossed by: Ian Parisi 206, 225, 210, 246; Anthony Terzakos 264, 205, 239; Jonathan Petrizzi 198, 213, 234, 204; Kevin Buono 202, 236, 224; Courtney Gervais 208; Brad Calendrillo 215; Anthony Ramirez 237; Anthony Everts 223.

ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joe Austin, Jason French, and Gary Robertson rolled 300in the Monday RVC 4-Man Classic. Mark Slade and Ben Gregoretti

Joe Austin, Jason French, Gary Robertson Roll 300 At Rockville Centre Lanes

shot 279, Sunil Kochar 278-277766, Mark Deluca 276, Tom Saitta, Bob Froehlich, and Matthew Rose 268, and John Schilling and Tim Swanson 267.

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Michelle Spratford Kane is Monmouth County USBC Queen

Defending Champion New York City WTT KingPins Advance to PBA League Semifinal Round
Pete Weber and friends to meet L.A. X for berth in PBA League Elias Cup finals
By Bill Vint - PBA

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Jen Russo, runner-up and 2012 and 2008 Queen, Michelle Spratford Kane, this year's Queen also won in 2010, both here with Brian Rosseter, tournament manager. The Monmouth County 41st Annual Queens Tournament was held at Middletown Harmony Bowl. Thirty-Nine of the top bowlers of Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex County bowled five games over five pairs of lanes. The field was then cut to the top 10 bowlers, who bowled an additional three games. Michelle Spratford Kane was the leader after both sets, and top seed going into the step ladder format. In the first match, Margaret Taylor of Monmouth County defeated 5th Place Erica Perez 214 to 206. In the second match Robyn Buschini defeated Margaret Taylor 247 to 169. Robyn Buschini was then defeated by Jen Russo 279 to 237. In the final match, the top seed, Michelle Spratford Kane (the 2010 Queen) defeated Jen Russo (the 2012 and 2008 Queen) 235 to 224.

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ALLEN PARK, Mich. – The defending champion New York City WTT KingPins have advanced to the semifinal round of the 2014 Professional Bowlers Association League Elias Cup competition, defeating last season’s runner-up team, the Motown Muscle, 4-2, at Thunderbowl Lanes. The second of four singleelimination matches in the 2014 PBA League series, pitting the top two teams from the inaugural PBA League season, aired on ESPN. The KingPins, led by PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber and owned by women’s sports legend Billie Jean King, will meet newly-crowned PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte and his L.A. X team, owned by Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul, in a semifinal round match with the winner earning a berth in the Elias Cup finals on Feb. 23 at Brunswick Zone Carolier in North Brunswick, N.J. “It was a total team effort,” said KingPins manager Carolyn Dorin-Ballard after a 227-172 victory in the Baker team finale that gave New York City three points and the win. “The guys communicated well, they read the lanes the right way and we never gave up. We got a couple of bad breaks in doubles and trios, but it all came together in the team event.” “We’re here to win,” Weber said. “(Team bowling) is a little different for me. I love it because I grew up around team bowling. Dad (PBA Hall of Famer Dick Weber) being part of the Budweisers made it easy for me to do, so I love it. I love having four other guys to rely on.” In the opening singles battle between team captains, Weber

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New York City WTT KingPins manager Carolyn Dorin-Ballard announcer KimberlyPressler and L.A.X manager Del Ballard Jr.

staked his team to a 1-0 lead with a 232-225 win over Motown’s Mike Fagan. Weber jumped ahead with a spare and four strikes, but failed to convert the 7-10 and 3-4-7-10 splits in the next two frames. Fagan took the lead, but Weber rediscovered the strike pocket, throwing another four-bagger for the win. After a first-frame spare in the alternate-ball doubles match, Motown’s Chris Loschetter and Fagan put together a string of eight strikes to run away from John Szczerbinski and Weber, 268-214, to even the match at 11. Motown, presented by Barbasol and owned by Detroit native and former Pittsburgh Steelers star Jerome Bettis, then won the Baker-format trios point with a 247-234 victory over the KingPins, presented by GEICO. Motown’s Mike Scroggins, Tom Daugherty and Brian Kretzer finished the game with five consecutive strikes to

cancel out a five-strike New York City rally by Scott Norton, Jake Peters and Stuart Williams late in the game. New York City kept its hopes for an Elias Cup repeat alive by winning the five-player Baker Team finale, worth three points. Motown struggled on the left lane, getting only one strike in the first five frames to fall behind by 14 pins. A 6-7 split by Scroggins in the seventh frame further hampered Motown, and consecutive strikes by New York’s Williams, Peters and Szczerbinski opened up a 47pin lead as the KingPins ran away with the team win. The victory also was a personal triumph for Dorin-Ballard over her husband, PBA Hall of Famer Del Ballard Jr., who is Motown’s team manager. “There was a family bet,” she laughed, “but I don’t want to tell anyone what it was. We’re going to go out and eat and celebrate, but everyone knows we’re pretty competitive.”

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ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Rockaway Mixed: Steven Hanveld 279-783, Sean Cook 278-700, Manuel Matias 267-687, Kara Cook 257-667, Linda Humes 226. Thursday Night Mixed: Justin Ragucci 268, Colin Beasty 256, Kevin Helm 248, Dezso Benzo 246-646, Anne Tursky 211, Melissa Peachman 204-560. Lake Hiawatha Men: Brian Bodemann 287-700, Jay McGrath 270-743, Mike Harris 255, Dave Martorana 255, Maryann Abasto 217-564. PBA League: Philip St. Amand 212, Brian Scott 207, Ed Galuska 205, Gary Malone 203, Ken Yokobosky 202, John Briggs 200, Robert Rhodes 198, Joseph Caloger 196, Liesl Apgar 227, Tami Mehesy 198, Dori Tingoli 171. Rockaway Woman: Annette Rossi 225-522, Tamy Baldwin 222-603, Pat Somers 212-508, Marybeth Kanouse 210-500. Nor Bu: Keith Helbourg 267-704, Chris Bakos 255, Phil Dattolo 243, Stacey Titus 224-582. Rockaway Foursome: Brian Whitmore 278-691, Joe Kentos 248-692, Terri Galovic 216, Joyce Hulbert 558. Morris Hills Mixed: Andy Romo 200-495, Barry Webb 186-484, Fred Perry 169-431, Pam Antoniello 191-488, Beth Wilimas 175-507. Rockaway Youth Programs Bumper Busters: Dominic Mellifiore 105, Ricky Rodriguez 100, Michael Mellifore 85. Lucky Strikers: Colin Fisher 95-269, Samantha Fisher 130-300. Ball Busters: Jack Cook 247-688, Zachary Clark 217-611, Brandon Kwestel 215-611, Stephanie Sihlanick 179-479. Monday Rec: Alexander Schulte 86-140, Kyra Morris 102147, Ashley Elias 82-149. Gutter Busters: Jared Glickman 90-161. Weekend Warriors/Sizzlin Strikers: Nicholas Thiese 204-503, Mark Howarth 175-467, Benjamin Cruz 145-356. Emma Theise 181-441, Gabby Wyzga 108-281, Chelsey Cruz 81-218.

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AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
Al Fabriano 740
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY - Al Fabriano led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League firing games of 247246-247 for a high series of 740. Mike Falcone shot 227-236-265-728, Frank Cimino 278-235-727, Ed Small 257-223, Matt Wright 256, Kim Sitt 267-211, Kathy Andrews 234-224, and Dom Arcuri 249.

Peter Honan 770 at Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Peter Honan topped all bowlers with scores of 279-245-246 for a high series of 770 in the Wednesday Teterboro Bowling League at Parkway Lanes. Ed Bakelaar Sr. rolled 280-766, Mike DeFrancesco 277-738, Jan Dul 260-718, Bill Scrivens 264-713, Roy Castelein 257-705, Jim Viola 244-702, John Barone 255-697, Paul Stuart 247-696, Raymond Sisco 279-694, Carl Haight 256-694, Kevin DeFrancesco 234-688, & Bob Spoto 235-684, Richie DeRosa Jr. 265-681, Joe Donnarumma 247676, Carlos Velez 255-676, and Carole DeGroot bowled 213-672.

Michael Finch 743
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Michael Finch paced the scoring in the Tuesday Late Men’s League firing games of 279-238 for a high series of 743. John Hanlon shot 257-236-699, Matt Carey 257223-674, Matthew Deller 256-244-665, Mike Czaplinski 235-662, and Joe Mazza 247.

Steve Klein 729
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Steve Klein led the scoring in the Saturday Temple Avodah League firing games of 258-255 for a high series of 729. Andy Eisner shot 279-226-697, Scot Mackoff 220211-603, Rick Cohen 220, Bret Zaccoli 212, Ken Fischgrund 203, Stuart Blau 202, Jeff Elias and Ben Velella 201, and Brad Eliman, Rob Keilson and Gertrud Lieberman 200.

Pete Morreale 755
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Pete Morreale led the scoring in the Tuesday Oceanside K of C League firing games of 242-258-255 for a high series of 755. Frank Cimino shot 243-259-244-746, Al Fabiano 279-707, Keith Massimillo 277, Rich Butt 266-256, and Rob Allegra 265. In the Monday Ladies Classic League Susan Randel shot 217, Linda Ellison 214, and Remee Mallay 210, and Bernice Namorato 202.

Bill Wrightsman 235
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Bill Wrightsman rolled 235, Nicole Butler 204, and Guy Borg 192 in the Royal Lanes League.

John Cates 254
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John Cates led the Royal Lanes League firing a high game of 254 . Cesar Caraballo shot 238-208, Bill Wrightsman and Chris Cuomo 220, and Gail Healy 209.

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AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Lou Rimi 789
FARMINGDALE, NY – Lou Rimi topped the Friday Late Mixed firing games of 244266-279 for a high series of 789. Joe Johnson s hot 248-266-267-781, Tony Caridi 256-234-235-725, Brian Selwin 228-279-207-714, Wingo Hom 258-231705, Gary Haines 2692-37, Joe Camacho 268, and Shaun Ihasz 257-242-706.

George Lucas 280 at Howell
By John Jennings HOWELL, NJ- Sorry, Not Sorry remained in 1st place behind Jared Brown rolling a solid 715 in the Hankel League. The second high series was Larry Gitlitz 697 and third by Stu Cohen 695. High game went to George Lucas 280, followed by Jeff Warbet 279, and Marvin Mora 277. Assist 2 Sell had Team High series posting a 2635 and Team High Game with 962. Sorry, Not Sorry (25-2) is followed by two teams (Assist 2 Sell and Team 20) only 2 points behind after the third week’s competition. Assist 2 Sell bowls Sorry, Not Sorry for the upcoming match of the week on lanes 13-14.

Ken Tamburrino 688
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ken Tamburrino paced the scoring in the Thursday Good Timers League firing games of 256-227 for a high series of 688. Dean Alberino shot 237-212-227-676, Dale Alberino 228-225-648, Georgia James 224, Brian Walsh 222-210, Tim Jackson 218-200, and Mike Bagnato 215-215.

Joe Traina, Jr. 782
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Traina, Jr. led the scoring in the Thursday 3-Man firing 267-257-258 for a high series of 782. Jeremy Schaffer shot 279-262-766, Joe Novara 237-279-246-762, Rob Haines 254-268-233-755, Mike Gelman 255-257239-751, Doug Feldman 258-248-238744, and Andrew Carrig 289.

Chris Buzzonetti 266
FARMINGDALE, NY – Chris Buzzonetti led the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing a high game of 266. Joe Venezia shot 259, Craig Bogart 257, George Mazzocchi 248-216, Ramon Carcamo 244, Mike TenBrink and Anthony Cotter 234, and Wayne Embleton and Rich Fiorentino 227.

Wingo Hom 728
FARMINGDALAE, NY – Wingo Hom paced the scoring in the Saturday Nite Fun League firing games of 252-245-231 for a high series of 728. Al Spano shot 267-236-704, Art O’Neill 299-697, Luke Zito 276, and Sal Giudice, Chriw Weis, and Gregg Thilbourg 255.

Allen Gano 672
FARMINGDALE, NY – Allen Gano paced the scoring in the Saturday Nite Friends League firing games of 257-222 for a high series of 672. Angel Ramos 247-233-661, Steve Falpan 257-216-660, Alfonse Visco 247-224, and Rich Valentine 246.

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Steve Scorzetti 279-784 at Montvale Lanes
Steve Scorzetti blasted scores of 247-279-258 for his season best 784 series to lead all scoring in the Thursday Early Bird League at Montvale Lanes. Other great shooting for the night included John Rankin 287-778, Fred Knispel 279-751, Russ Hasse 289-725, Jimmy Rivers 257-706, Mike Almodovar 248-703, Cliff Wicks 256-701, Eric Dubiel 256692, Craig Slawinski 234-278, and Adam Sacher 261-677.

AT RAB’S COUNTRY LANES
Jason Pintus 768 Kevin Magnussen 703
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Kevin Magnussen led the Friday Nite Mixed Quartets firing a 257 for a high 703 set. Rita DiPietro shot 258, Lillian Rivera 212-236-630, Anthony Jabaily 259, Ross Gottlieb 247, and Lauren Valentino 236. In the Cartel Electric Fun League Rebecca Rakauskas shot 223, and Ann Renee Denora 216.

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Jason Pintus topped the scoring in the Mike Masseroli Memorial League firing games of 251278 for a high series of 768, Phil Arcuria shot 254-269-746, Chris Ponisi 243-244-258-745, Joe Calendrillo 246-245-728, Anthony By John Jennings Migrone 269-724, Bob Jacobson 255HOWELL, NJ - Newcomer Greg Chierchia had high series 689-256 in the Sunday Mixed Nuts 689, Allan Rabinowitz 243-683, Sal League at Howell Lanes. Annarumma 676, Mike Williams 266David Rivera improved four pins with a 672 set highlighted by a 258 game. Under tough condi- 674, Joe Ambroso 267-665, Steve tions, Robert Taylor was third high series pitching 651-257. Leading the women was Ann Samolyk DeMaria 257-660, Kevin Ng 245, and with a 606 highlighted by211 game. Bryan Mullins 244.

Greg Chierchia 689 at Howell Lanes

Courtney Gervais 673
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Courtney Gervais paced the NEXGEN Junior Bowlers firing 193-259-222 for a 673. Eric Pagan shot 211-268-662, Chris McCabe 247-209, and Anthony Saccone 217-255-665.

Brad Calendrillo 767
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Brad Calendrillo topped the NEXGEN Junior Bowlers League firing games 279-279209 for a high series of 767. Carla Ann Spoto rolled 245-246-264755, Kevin Buono 248-229-236-713, Matthew Covais 257-216-206-679, Steven Schwed 247-225-201-673, and Jonathan Petrizzi 204-277-669.

A.M. Rubilotta 672
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Anne Marie Rubilotta rolled 204-204-264-672, Laurie Lenzo 215, and Joanne Soto 203 in the Tuesday Earlybirds League.

Chris Delfini 762
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Chris Delfini topped the scoring in the Gennaro’s Pizzatown Men’s League firing games of 267-260 for a high series of 762. Ed Ellardi shot 247-278-750, Sal Puma 289-728, Bob Cloke 279-726, Steve DeMaria 267-718, Mike Cupi 253-716, Nick DiSalvo 252-244-688, Brian Dalvise 258-688, Tom Magrone 246697, and Frank Ingolia 256-686.

Bob Lampariello 660
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Howard Weiss and Bob Lampariello each fired a high series of 660 in the Golden Oldies League. Dennis Costantino shot 225-213-201639, Vincent Pisciotta 246-626, Sonny Acquaviva 222, Jack Kelly 213, and Marilyn Weissman 212.

Justin Carroll 685
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Justin Carroll led the scoring in the Get Away League firing a 247 game for a high 685 set. Ray Larsen, Jr. rolled 269-682, Paul Pendzich 246-237-672, Richie Lopez, Jr. 279, Deo Lall 273, Tom Cunningham 672, and Jimmy Thompson 665.

Tom Wilkinson 735
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tom Wilkinson topped the Rab Wilkinson Memorial League firing a high game of 290 and a high series of 735. Justin Carroll shot 265-716, Jerry Sorgente 268-266-715, George Redechia 242-705, Mitch Bass 255-698, Robert Formino 257-698, Tim McAuliffe 258687, and Jeff Sanchez 689. In another session John Heitman rolled 257-728, Jim Oliver, Sr. 246-680, and Ed Wilkinson 243.

Joseph Dorman 644
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Joseph Dorman led the scoring in the Larry McSorley Juniors League firing games of 220-231 for a high series of 644. Michael Bernardini hit 230, Marco Armato 229, Nicholas Siegel 210, and Sal Armato 191.

Frank Liego 716
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Frank Liego led the Joe Brezinski Memorial League firing a 269 for a high series of 716. Sean Liotine shot 269-704, Victor Maturi 247-693, Rob Alavarces 255690, Willie Keniscotki 687, and Armondo Gallotta and Chris Tighe 247683.

Sean Van Pelt 644
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Sean Van Pelt bowled his first 600 series in the Larry McSorley Jr. League with games of 254-221-644. Marco Amato shot 212, Sal Amato 194, Jason Wichnovitz 181-199, and Jake Shepard 180.

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Joe Herber, Jr. 773
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Herber topped the scoring in the La Buona Pizza League blasting games of 215-279-279 for a high series of 773. Anthony Serignese hit 253-235-687, Vinny R. Medvetz 212-226-215-653, and Ronald Rosato 246.

Pete Tirado 767
HOPELAWN, NJ – Pete Tirado topped the scoring in the Middlesex County Classic League firing games of 272-279-216 for a high series of 767. Joe Quinn shot 223-236-289-748, Andrew Tripka 278-231-234-743, Rico David 295258-736, Patrick Plate 254-249-215-718, and Joe Herber 217-247-246-710.

Michael Consiglio 746
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Consiglio led the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 256-233-257 for a high series of 746. Jeff Scire shot 258-238-212-708, Eric Velazquez 247-257-201-705, Joey Weisenstein 216-257-223-696, and Eric Oppenheimer 226-259-209-694.

Joey Weisenstein shot 228-222-267-717, Dave Eisenberg 233-255-223-711, Dave Bishop 234-224-242-700, Ted Lapka 251257-695, Rodger Meaney 256-236-202-694, and Willy Maldonado 219-226-236-681. In the Thursday Mixed Nuts League Jeff Pasewark hit 222-617, Don E. Hellhake 223, Jeff Kubinak 217, and Jeany Kubinak 211.

Casey Creutz 768
HOPELAWN, NJ – Casey Creutz topped the scoring in the Goldstein & Hanel Doubles League firing games of 246-266-256 for high series of 768. George Cretella shot 245-224-278-747, Evan Simon 268-237-703, Manuel Gonzales 209-203-267-678, Mike Smilowitz 289235-676, and Bobby Rohe 211-255-661.

Michael Holocka 718
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Holocka led the scoring in the His & Hers League firing games of 223-216-279 for a high series of 718. Don Anione rolled 224-257-678, Bill Smith 203-242-229-674, and Pat DiSanzo 244221-204-669.

Brian Vicidomini 755
HOPELAWN, NJ – Brian Vicidomini led the scoring in the Atlantic City Trios League firing games of 242-245-268 for a high series of 755. Andrew Bock shot 247-232-226-705, Carlos Toro 210-202-259-671, Willie Hall 228-226-646, and Ralph Doefler 210-245646.

Willie Zammitto 742
HOPELAWN, NJ – Willie Zammitto led the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 259-258-225 for a high series of 742. Joey Weisenstein shot 243-259-227-729, Eric Velazquez 226-259-244-729, Jeff Scire 267-226-214-707, Tom Martino, Jr. 238242-203-683, and Michael Dinaburg 247234-668.

Frank Testa 714
HOPELAWN, NJ – Frank Testa led the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 215-267-232 for a high series of 714. Kenny Anderson shot 254-255-708, Tony Tamondong 211-235-226-672, Mike Bauer 221-235-644, and Mike Dellamanna 240210-640. Miguel Arocho led the Avenel Youth with a high score of 214, followed by Jason Amsterdam with 211.

Paul Woitowicz 768
HOPELAWN, NJ – Paul Woitowicz topped the scoring in the Iselin AA League blasting games of 233-236-289 for a high series of 768. Doris Douma hit 233, Ed Kaminski 226, Emil Woitowicz 223, and Rob Cruz 217. In the Tuesday Night Mixed League DJ Petardi rolled 222-201, Robin Scordato 210, and Tony Woodcock 209.

Lou Gaudio, Jr. 752
HOPELAWN, NJ – Lou Gaudio, Jr. led the scoring in the Goldstein & Hanel Doubles League firing games of 267-206-279 for a high series of 752. George Cretella rolled 235-279-203-717, Manuel Gonzales 205-229-239-673, Scott Porto 255-221-670, and Casey Creutz 220257-667.

Ted Lapka 735
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ted Lapka topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 236-242-257 for a high series of 735. Rob Williams rolled 230-258-245-733, Patrick Plate 257-236-238-731, Bobby Lampariello 264-201-255-720, Joey Weisenstein 226-268-222-717, William D. Willard, Jr. 224-247-243-714, and Evan Simon 267-248-711.

John Syslo 704
HOPELAWN, NJ – John Syslo led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 237-235-232 for a high series of 704. Kevin Kennelly rolled 210-204-607, Mike P. Kennelly 213-204-605, Jeff Paswerek 231, and Jeany Kubiank 224.

Rami Ahmed 727
HOPELAWN, NJ – Rami Ahmed topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 258-246-223 for a high series of 727.

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