LODI, NJ - Eddie Penafiel torched

the pins for an 821 set highlighted
by games of 300 and 279 compet-
ing in the Monday 4-Man Classic
at Lodi Lanes and Joe Rizzolo
tossed 276-258-266 for an 800 set.
Jason Tenorio blasted a 278,
Bobby Powers 278, Chris
Knappenberger 279, Damon
White 269, Felix Perez 268,
Shawn Bautista 269, and Kurt
Gould 269.
MUNICH, Germany – Amateur
Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., a
member of Team USA and a colle-
giate all-American with the Robert
Morris University-Illinois team,
won the 11th annual Brunswick
Euro Challenge at Dream-Bowl
Palace, striking on 10 of his first
11 shots in a near-perfect 277-258
victory over Sweden’s Daniel
Fransson.
Kent, who reached the television
finals in the 2013 U.S. Open and
the PBA Scorpion Championship
during the PBA World Series of
Bowling V, where he competed on
a special invitation, earned 11,111
Euros (US$15,300), but he doesn’t
get credit for a PBA title because
he is an amateur.
The Brunswick Euro Challenge
is a World Bowling Tour, PBA
International Tour and European
Bowling Tour event.
Fransson eliminated the PBA
Tour’s last hope for the Brunswick
Euro Challenge title when he
defeated Chris Loschetter of Avon,
Ohio, 255-226, in the semifinal
match.
The tournament drew a field of
343 players from 33 countries,
including a strong contingent of
PBA Tour players. Twenty-one
PBA members advanced to
Sunday’s 64-player final rounds.
The PBA Tour will resume com-
petition in the U.S. May 18-25
with the Oklahoma’s Grand Hotel
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Shawnee, Okla.
Dennis Rashkover 300 at Farmingdale
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Fred
Liebowitz blasted a 300 game in
the Monday RVC 4-Man Classic
League at Rockville Centre Lanes.
Jeremy Slade shot 277-257-252-
786 for high series honors fol-
lowed by Leroy Singletary pitch-
ing 267-267-247-781, Jason
French 279-258-772, Tim O’Brien
233-257-256-747, Frank Cimino
237-248-257-742, and Mike
Ramirez 230-248-266-744.
ROCKAWAY, NJ - PJ Adams
found perfection in a 300 game
(his 2nd 300 of the season) on his
way to a 750 set County Tuesday
Night League at Rockaway Lanes.
Allan Flood Jr. posted a 268 in a
704 set followed by Jason Ringle
rolling 268-681, Sandy Turner
288-666, Nicole Opsasnick 257-
673 and Donna Sodano 217-602.
PJ Adams 300 at Rockaway Lanes
FARNINGDALE, NY – Dennis
Rashkover blasted a 300 game in
the Wednesday Early Men’s
Handicap at Farmingdale Lanes.
John Santoro shot 247-244-288-
759, Artie O ‘Neill 280, Bay
Stauder 279, Stephen Gonzalez
277-266-750, Stephen Gonzalez
277-266-750, Frnak Magro and
Jeff Gallo 275, Charlie Turner
268-234, Nathaniel Fuller 278-
236-721, and Kevin Omeil 268.
HOPELAWN, NJ – Anthony
Bascone blasted a 300 game along
with 214-213 for a 727 series in
the Middlesex County Classic
League at Majestic Lanes.
Joe Lampariello shot 247-247-
236-730, Dave Morgante 215-
270-237-722, Rico David 240-
278-713, and Dave Fanti 268-236-
204-708
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By Bill Vint - PBA
Eddie Penafiel 300-821 at Lodi Lanes
Fred Liebowicz 300 at RVC Lanes
Anthony Bascone 300 at Majestic
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – Bill O’Neill and his Philadelphia Hitmen recorded the first sweep
in the 2014 Professional Bowlers Association League Elias Cup eliminations, knocking the
Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits out of the tournament at Thunderbowl Lanes and atoning for a dis-
appointing finish to their 2013 campaign.
A 235-225 victory in the five-man Baker team finale completed Philadelphia’s 6-0 sweep
of the singles, alternate ball doubles, Baker trios and Baker team competition and landed
the Hitmen, owned by actor/comedian Kevin Hart, a berth in the semifinal round against
the Silver Lake Atom Splitters. The battle of Pennsylvania, the fourth and final single-elim-
ination quarterfinal round match in the eight-team PBA League competition, aired on
ESPN.
It was a redeeming performance for the Hitmen, presented by High 5 Gear, who were in
position to make the Elias Cup finals in 2013 only to fade in the final qualifying round to
finish sixth.
“It bothered me a lot that we did as bad as we did last year,” O’Neill said. “We had a bad
last day. If we had avoided that, we would have been fine. But we’re back this year with a
couple of different guys and it’s turned out well because they’ve done nothing but strike so
far. We didn’t lose a game, so that’s about as good as it gets.
“Now we have the supposed ‘dream team’ next, so hopefully we’ll be able to beat their
butts,” O’Neill added, referring to a Silver Lake team loaded with past PBA Players of the
Year Chris Barnes, Tommy Jones and Wes Malott as well as 2013 POY contender Dom
Barrett and 2003 USBC Masters champion Bryon Smith.
Philadelphia Sweeps Pittsburgh to Roll into PBA League Semifinal Round
By Bill Vint - PBA
ELMIRA, N.Y. – David
Kneas of Annapolis, Md.,
defeated Jeff Zaffino of
Warren, Pa., 201-186, to
win the PBA50 Rossi
Lanes Eastern Open at
Rossi Lanes.
Kneas doubled in the 10th
frame for the win after
Zaffino failed to shut him
out in his half of the final
frame. The win was his
eighth career regional title
and earned him $2,200.
Zaffino earned $1,200 as the
runner-up.
Kneas defeated Mike Healy of Yonkers, N.Y., 238-
228, and Zaffino defeated
Darryl Bower of
Middletown, Pa., 215-171,
in the semifinal round.
Healy and Bower each
earned $800 as semifinal
round losers.
In the round of 8, where
it’s the best of three games,
losers eliminated and
earned $700 each: Kneas
defeated John Conroy,
Mahopac, N.Y., 2-0,
Zaffino beat Mike
Tryniski, Fulton, N.Y., 2-0,
Healy beat Bill Neumann, Rensselaer, N.Y., 2-1, and
Bower topped Chris Fedden, Albany, N.Y., 2-1.
David Kneas Wins PBA50 Rossi Lanes Eastern Open
By Russ Mills – PBA
PBA photo
Champion Dave Kneas with Rossi Lanes proprietor
Sperry Navonne.
2 SPORTS REPORTER April 2 - 8, 2014
Ryan Musciotto, Northvale, saw his first perfect game after only 9 years
of bowling. This 26-year-old right-hander posted 229-300-225 for his high-
est sanctioned series to date, a 754. He did this in one of his four weekly
leagues, the Wednesday Night Triples at Montvale Lanes, where his aver-
age went up to 206. He used a Gold Storm IQ Pearl fitted by Al Jones of
the Pro Image Pro Shop.
He got his start in the Special Olympics, where Jonathan Rogers
coached him. Then he attended “Bowling Boot Camp” five times at
Rockaway Lanes and among others was coached by Ken Yokobosky. That
came in handy; before Ryan rolled his twelfth shot he remembered from
camp to “breathe through your nose and focus on your target.” He also said
that after that strike he was “screaming like a nut.” He chose the ring for
his achievement.
This bowl-a-holic enjoys leagues at Montvale and Parkway Lanes. He
has shot a 290 game in the Special Olympics, the only one in the entire state
to do this in a tournament. He finished first in the handicap division of the
American Games. He has also recently posted games of 297 and 298. It’s
no wonder that he aspires to be a professional bowler. He would also like
to post an 800 series, which is probably forthcoming!
Ryan bowled for District 12’s King Pins and carried a 194 average into
the competition. This year’s Special Olympics tournaments began on Super
Bowl Sunday and finished at the state finals on March 30.
Ryan Musciotto Special Olympics Superstar
By Joan Taylor
Rody Kemple 770
At Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Rody
Kemple led all pin attackers with
scores of 246-247-277 for a strong
770 series in the Wednesday,
Teterboro Bowling League, at
Parkway Lanes.
Marc Osetec bowled 269-744,
Joe Rolon 268-728, Mike Aiellos
263-714, Carole DeGroot 255-
709, Hector Valladares Jr. 278-
701, Peter Honan 256-699, Mike
Guglielmino 268-697, Kevin
DeFrancesco 238-697, Mark
Marton 268-691, Jan Dul 247-689,
Jim Viola 236-680, and Mike
DeFrancesco tossed a 235 in a 674
series.
Henry Carlos 738
At Montvale Lanes
MONTVALE, NJ - Henry Carlos
fired scores of 258-244-236 for a
738 series to lead all scoring in the
Thursday Early Bird League at
Montvale Lanes. Tom Fojtlin
added scores of 256-249-214 for a
719 series to help power Nautilus
Pools to a winning night.
Jimmy Rivers rolled 245-712,
Wayne Sheppard 259-708, Pete
DeFabiis 246-697, Gerrit
Overeem 244-692, Ken Brown
251-690, Andy Raab 244-690,
Pete Rooney 258-686, and Mike
Pasch 246-682.
Mike Stevens 791 At Howell Lanes
HOWELL, NJ- Mike Stevens scorched the maples with an outstanding
791 series including 290 and 267 games leading Team 11 to a 7-2 victo-
ry against Who’s Next as they scored the high team game of the night
posting a 953. Joe Chessere subbing on Team 11 added a 700 series.
Joe Polizzi scored a 772 set with a high 289 game and John Petraglia
Sr. shot a 768-267. Vince Portobello had a near perfect 290 game and
729 series followed by Marvin Mora and Michael Blum 761 each with
279 games. Mike Fogarty, Assist 2 Sell, hit 721 and Nick Voyantzis 709.
In the match of the night, 1st place Sorry, Not Sorry defeated Assist 2
Sell 7-2 helped by Bob Layne’s 651 series 12 pins over average. Assist
2 Sell and Team 20 are tied in second place only seven points behind.
Closest match pinwise of the night went to Howell Lanes over Team 15
7-2 with each game decided by their anchor bowler. South Knolls fought
back winning the 3rd game and total wood over Lost Bag 5-4.
AT WALLINGTON LANES
Monday Night Trios
Nice game by Derrick Cuavers for the high game of the night rolling a
268, Jack Janko 263-233 721, Mike Roman and Frank Vitale 258, Nini
Polanco and Mike Kavanagh 246, Rich Graf 245, Nick Sisto 243, Joe
Szewczyk 237, Gary Semin and John Brave 235 each.
Wednesday Early 5-Man
Joe Bargallo had the high game for this league with his 279, Steve
Mastro and Ed Lisi hit 268, Mike Cutola and Rich Graf 266, 728, John
Rebecky 258, Charles Worth 248, Joe Leardo Jr. 246, Bill Cappiello,
and Mike(Mush) Barone 242.
Nice high scores in this league with Kevin Matawa leading the pack
tossing 279 and two 249 games for a 777 series. Chuck Ontal ,John
Jawor and Bob Kozma all with 278, Peter Polgar 268, TJ Valentin 267,
James Salzano and Adam Di Lorenzo 257, Tom Flynn 256, Elis Jones
256, Marc Heureux 255, Chris Montagna and Craig Bagnoli 254.
Public Safety
Gabe Piomelli lead the pack with his 267, Harry Holland right behind
with a 262, Bill Ochiuzzo and Kenny Lee 256, Joe Murgittroyd had
three nice games of 247, 233, 244 and a 724 series, Rob Ulrich 235,
Kenny Cook 228.
SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES
Wednesday Knights of Columbus: John O’Donnell 247-673, Devin
Coyle 244, Don Cleary 230.
Thursday Hits and Misses: Brian Beale 268-257-762, Joe Dolezal
240, Gary Dauito 238, June Iacono 221.
Thursday Charles McShane: Ed Werbeck 289-740, Stephen Ziesig
279, Dan Thompson 266, Mike Birdsall 265-700, Sean Thomson 258,
Ed Piazza 255-716.
Thursday Night Foursome: Howard Edelman 289, Ed Barnett 288-
263, Anthony Kleinlaut 279, John Maglione 279-268-740, Keith
Hengel 279, Vinny Sanquini 279, Denis Mendelson 264, Thomas Ott
263, Fred Ott 703.
Friday Party Mixed: Barry Kadane 248, Chris Mueller 246,
Rosemarie Renkas 234, Randi Forray 226, Evelyn Arena 205.
By Vince Albrecht
NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - In
the NJSIAA Individual
Championships, Glen Rock sen-
ior Jake Rollins faced the red-hot
Allentown senior Matt Russo in
the title match and left nothing to
chance, firing a perfect game to
take home the state title. Russo,
who had averaged 255 in the
qualifying rounds to earn the top
seed, never imagined that failing
to strike early would seal his
fate. The sizzling lefty with the
potent two-handed delivery
could only stare in disbelief as
the second-seeded Rollins rattled
off twelve explosive strikes, the
first time this has been accom-
plished in a championship finale.
In the girls’ stepladder,
Nottingham doesn’t field a team,
but it hasn’t stopped senior
Raychel Waltz from competing
each year as an independent. Just
three places shy of reaching the
finals as a junior, Waltz put it all
together, qualifying as the third
seed with a 1331 six-game score.
The road didn’t get easier from
there as she was seriously chal-
lenged by fourth seed Larissa
Eak of Woodbridge before eking
out a 257-254 win. Waltz needed
to continue smoking the pins as
second seed Alexis Policastro of
Carteret rolled a blistering 250,
but shy of white-hot Waltz’ 255.
In the Championship contest,
Raychel simply couldn’t be
stopped, continuing her awe-
some display with a 264 to cap-
ture the girls crown, stopping top
seed Alize Stevenson of Roselle
who scored 213. Waltz’ three
game stepladder total of 776 may
well be the highest ever recorded
in the NJSIAA girls stepladder
finals. Congratulations to the
2014 Individual Champions who
put on quite a show and to all the
participants who earned their
way to Carolier in the
Sectionals.
Jake Rollins 300 Raychel Waltz 264 to Capture State Titles
April 2 - 8, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 3
ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Spanish American: Julio Soto 234, Heriberto Matias 225-
601, Manuel Matias 225, Lynne Coleman 237-608, Julio Soto
256, Tyrone Waal 247-683, Rober Soto 246-670.
Monday Early Birds: Mike Riley 259-644, James Stiles 244-
618, Bradley Kohl 244-645, Tina Richardson 254-604, Leann
Chervnsik 225-606, Judy Larick 171-497.
Resturant.Com League: Larry Stosky 245-628, Glenn
Kruhm 183-489, Mike Collins 152-419.
County Tuesday Night Mixed: Walter Worman 268-703,
Tony Luttenberger 266, Matt Pukas 266-683, Lynne Coleman
225-629, Carol Fisher 215-559, Dot Newsome 214-531.
Fox Hills Seniors: Steve Friedman 211-578, Rich Martone
204-577, Louis Ecanosti 192-477, Johanna Hofgesang 165-
425, Bernadette Memolo 157-426, Helen Sutton 156-Mary
Ann Smith 152-417.
Rockaway Woman: Lois Kehmna 213-536, Pat Somers 191-
515, Susan Chillemi 189-517, Annette Rossi 187, Kathy
Glendon 186.
Morris Hills Mixed: Andy Romo 179-476, Bill Woodbury
172-425, Ronald Stickney 159-376, Sal Antoniello 151-434,
Violet Indyk 187-422, Pam Antoniello 181-469, Beth
Williams 181-513, Rita McCoy 171-449.
Rockaway Foursome: Tim Panek 279-749, Jason Ringle
268, PJ Adams 257-686, Justin Ragucci 256, Ron O'Neil
256, Miguel Galloza 699, Liesl Apgar 235-638, Joan Rauh
232-551, Joyce Hulbert 225-610, Carol Sementa 215, Joan
Dakak 546.
Nor Bu: Charles Wright 242-635, Chris Bakos 233-600, Bill
Karpack 224-597, Lynn Perry 223-575, Maryann Abasto
192-555, Stacey Titus 191, Cheryl Wolf 505.
Thursday Night Mixed: Nick Westergaard 269-727, Mike
Wheeler 265, Scott Struble 246-675, Craby Brown 245-692,
Nidia Haneveld 256-661, Lynn Coleman 226-586, Tami
Mehesy 601, Rosa Bono 212-522.
Lake Hiawatha Men: Doug Batsch 259-719, Vernon Tatum
- 257-727 (week before he shot 300), Dave Martorana 246-
640, Marc Goldberg 246-694, Mike Tedesco 244-648.
Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 213, Fred Driver 202-537,
Steve Beltz 194-516, Keri May 268-700, Mary Beltz 177-
469, Joann Mossi 166.
Rockaway Mixed: Eric Martin 278-715, Heriberto Matias
258, Chris Morris 246, John Bednar 248-711, John Rotella
246, Keri May 257-715, Nichole Malson 238-646.
Juniors
8x8 Have a Ball: Aaron Abenojar 125-229, Thomas Satucci
111-215, Sam Wilson 110-190, Jordan Massey 106-186,
Stephanie Crossan 105-192, Sara Epstein 98-179.
Bumper Busters: Ricky Rodriguez 90, Jacob Paniconi 100.
Ball Busters: Jack Cook 278-653, Zachary Clark 233-624,
Tyler Bott 211-559, Brandon Kwestel 203-489, Stephanie
Sihlanick 175-471.
Weekend Warriors-Sizzlin Strikers: Nicholas Thies 165-
427, Joey Lamont 162-417, Mark Howarth 125-359, Emma
Thies 194-498, Chelsey Cruz 87-203, Ella Dunleary 75-207.
Gutter Busters: Jared Glickman 87-173, Christopher
Dunleary 85-167, Izabel Glickman 76-131.
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Jeremy Slade 813
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Jeremy
Slade topped the scoring in the
Monday RVC 4-Man Classic
League firing games of 279-256-
278 for a high series of 813.
Jason French shot 290-280-805,
Bob Schmid 279-277-750, Teddy
Avgerinos 235-279-226-740, and
Leroy Singletary 299-723.
In the Monday Ladies Classic
League Su Lynn shot 196, Linda
Ellison 194, and Danielle Davis
and Lisa Norris 190.
Scott Glickman 720
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Scott
Glickman led the scoring in the
Temple Am-Echad Men’s Club fir-
ing games of 290-245 for a high
series of 720.
Phil Karfinkel rolled 247-216-
657, Bill Stein 238, and David
Schuster 213.
Ramon Deleon, Jr. 256
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ramon
Deleon, Jr. rolled 256-657, and Joe
Miglioro 201 in the Sunday
Adult/Child Doubles League.
Nancy Johnson shot 207 and
Debbie Donnelly 193 in the
Tuesday Long Beach Catholic
Ladies League.
Jose DeFalco 658
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Jose
DeFalco paced the Sunday
Adult/Child Doubles League firing
games of 241-227 for a high 658.
Steve Santiago shot 215, Mike
Bukovsky 211, and Joe Prunty
209-200.
Lori Flacks shot 233, Dee Toohey
211, and Sondra Crummell 191 in
the Tuesday Koffee Kats League.
Steve Frey 698
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Steve
Frey led the scoring in the
Thursday El Cheapo League firing
games of 227-217-254 for a high
series of 698.
Jon Martinez shot 256-215-658,
Joey Green 256-648, John Moran
245-644, Matt Rizzo 238-644, and
Vinnie Spano 222-206.
Ramon DeLeon, Jr. 259
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ramon
DeLeon, Jr. blasted 249-223-636,
and Sean Cosme and Dean Tischer
234 in the Sunday Adult/Child .
In the Tuesday Rockville Ladies
League Vicky Lockwood shot 213-
202, Rose Marie Yampiro 212,
Peggy Lodato 205, Lisa Wilber
201, and Judy Torres and Maria
Elegante 200.
Adam Glickman 740
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Adam
Glickman led the scoring in the
Saturday Scholarship League fir-
ing games of 267-258 for a high
series of 740.
Tarik Zephrine shot 279-240-711,
Randy Doston 231-228-225-681,
Even Rudolfsky 239-227-657,
Chris Messina 226-213-628, and
Andrew Feminella 245-201-618.
John McGinley 738
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – John
McGinley led the scoring in the
Sunday Night Mixed League firing
games of 214-248-276 for a high
series of 738.
Jason Simonetti shot 276-225-
712, Rafael Acosta 225-266-219-
710, Rich Rothmansky 211-257-
235-703, John Novichonek 279,
and Peter Conway, and James
Nolan 257.
Raymon Deleon, Jr. 255
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ramon
Deleon, Jr. led the scoring in the
Sunday Adult/Child Doubles
League firing a high game of 255.
Joe Migliorno rolled 227, Dean
Tischer 211, and Sean Cosme
201.
Don Raivey 255
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Don
Raivey led the Bowl N Cruise
League firing a high game of 255.
Joe Gavin hit 246, Joe Rugolo
222, Laura Patton 221-209, and
Joe Ventrello 202.
Sondra Crummell shot 204,
Adrienne Lupo 200, Lori Flacks 188,
Dee Tooehy 186, and Delva Brown
180 in the Tues. Koffe Kats League.
Stacy Salomides 248
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Stacy
Salomides led the scoring in the
Tuesday Ladies League firing a
high game of 248.
Patty Werbeck shot 247-202-639,
Betty Ann Lescher 225, Debbie
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Sal Alberino 780
FARMINGDALE, NY – Sal Alberino topped the scoring in the Thursday 3-Man League
firing games of 278-276 for a high series of 780.
Robert O’Connor rolled 269-247-733, Warren Cooperstein 266-246-727, John McHugh
244-245-233-722, Jeremy Schaffer 256-233-712, Justin Dellicarpini 279, Derek James
279-234, and Edward Brown 278-220.
Sean Mott 290
FARMINGDALE, NY – Sean Mott topped the scoring in the Wednesday Early Men’s
Handicap League firing games of 290-257 for a high series of 735.
Joseph Kelch shot 237-226-258-721, Tom Zarek 278-247-719, Mac McNally 256-246-
713, Larry Langsam 266-234-712, and Tommy Legotte, Gary Mertens, and Nathaniel
Fuller 279.
Mike Agosta 756
FARMINGDALE, NY – Mike Agosta led the scoring in the Friday Late Mixed League fir-
ing games of 257-222-277 for ahigh series of 756.
Mike Clark shot 267-238-726, Howie Delman 264, Scott Zimmerman 264-238, Mike
McCarthy 258-227-678, and Wingo Hom 246-236-687.
Sammi Ng 674
FARMINGDALE, NY – Sammi Ng topped the scoring in the St. Martin Major League fir-
ing games of 224-212-238 for a high series of 674.
Natham Smith rolled 262-210-651, Nicholas Kideris 238-229-641, Rosie Snyder 243-215-
636, Carly Licht 225-202-622, Mackenzie Wagner 212-607, and Joe Napoli 223-219-600.
Nicholas Mencarelli 245
FARMiNGDALE, NY – Nicholas Mencarelli led the scoring in the Monday High School
Practice League firing a high game of 245.
Christopher Pyzynski shot 222, Salvatore Yannacone 214, and Ryan Winston 200.
Angela Napolitano rolled 191, Frank Napolitano 185, and Al Diebold 181 in the Monday
AM Seniors League.
Michael Brunn 747
FARMINGDALE, NY - Michael Brunn rolled 265-248-234-747 in the Sunday
Adult/Junior League.
Jerry Keenan rolled 188, Al Diebold 182, Al Noll 181, and Barney Kral 176 in the Friday
Sunshine Kids League.
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- Top 40* Cash (outside the Top 40 - 1:6 Seniors/Women will cash)
- Desperado Squad: Squad leader receives 2-round bye. Squad
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- Finals will be head-to-head, 2-game total pinfall, bracket style format.
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PAYMENT:
- Early/Group registrants paid via Paypal will receive a discount.
- Early Singles: $150
- Early Group Sign-up: $520 (sign up with 4 or more bowlers)
- Send payment to Paypal email: holidaybowlevents@gmail.com
(list squad time preference in the Paypal comment)
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- Friday 16 :Practice Session (time TBD + possible doubles sweeper)
- Saturday 17 : 9am | 12:30pm | 4pm | 7:30pm
- Sunday 18 : 9am | 12:30pm (desperado) | FINALS 2:45pm
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April 2 - 8, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 7
AT RAB’S COUNTRY LANES
Justin Andrews 738
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Justin Andrews topped the scoring
in the Michael Carbonaro Mixed League firing a high game
of 275 and a high series of 738.
Steve McNichol shot 256-720, Derek Gilbert 269-706,
Jason Todaro 671, Ron Gaudio 663, Phil Oppenheimer 254-
664, Sue Campbell 255-662, and Phil Karg 246.
Brad Calendrillo 696
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Brad Calendrillo led the scoring in
the NEXGEN Jr. League firing games of 216-256-224 for a
high series of 696.
Michael Schambari rolled 231-235-210-676, Anthony
Miceli 224-248-644, and Taylor Waglione 258.
In another session Andrew Paoluccio rolled 226-221-246-
693, Tim Barclay 225-245-293-673, Kevin Buono 204-217-
213-634, and Jonathan Petrizzi 206-258-627.
John Cento 682
STATEN ISLAND, NY – John Cento topped the Golden
Oldies firing games of 246-259 for a high series of 682.
Ralph Loggia hit 211-233-624, Joanie Bentisen 219-209-
622, Vincent Pisciotta 232, Dennis Costantino 225, and
Bernie Weissman 216.
Randy Viscuso 654
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Randy Viscuso led the Senior
Men’s League firing 238-237 for a high series of 654.
Don Schwed rolled 220-224-639, Hal Solomon
256-626, and Al Felline 269-626.
In another session John Lenzo rolled 236, Aldo
Depetro 223, Gene Pepe, Sr. 214, and John
Castro 212.
In the Seniors Benito Garcia shot 233, Carlos
Nievfes 201-221, and Gene Pepe, Sr. 201-201.
Anne Marie Rubilotta 636
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Anne Marie Rubilotta paced the
scoring in the Tuesday Earlybirds League firing games of
222-235 for a high series of 636.
Laura Haring rolled 213, Ginny Lananna 208, Michael
Spaan 201, and Jackie Steele 200.
In the Larry McSorley Junior League Jason Wichnovitz
shot 233, Sean VanPelt 209-199, and Joe Dorman 180.
PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
Pete Dobbelaer 290
MADISON, NJ – Pat Dobbelaer blasted a high game of 290 in the
Friday Classic League.
Steve Soong shot 279-740, David Hanft 257, Ron BUdis 684, Patty
Hanlein 247-632, Ellen Moore 235, and Liz Viola 234.
Elaine Wilson shot 216, and Bea Reinahcer and Cindy Heinemeyer
171 in the Ladies League.
Tom Kreder 279
MADISON, NJ – Tom Kreder led the scoring in the Wednesday Trio
League firing a high game of 279.
Dick Raymond and Bryan Katz rolled 245, and Lissette Tapanes 244.
John Manganiello 279
MADISON, NJ – John Manganiello topped the scoring in the Friday
Classic League firing a high game of 279 and a high series of 705.
Donald Bryant rolled 279-670, Mike Hanlein 259, David Hanft 678,
Patty Hanlein 268-646, Ellen Moore 237-657, and Liz Viola 222-605.
Dan Pridham 256
MADISON, NJ – Dan Pridham shot 256-633, Scott Harwood 216-614,
and Jospeph Mazzarese 214 in the Tuesday 400 Doubles league.
8 SPORTS REPORTER April 2 - 8, 2014
THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC
Paul Harney 774
HOPELAWN, NJ - Paul Harney topped the scoring
in the Atlantic City Trios League blasting games of
215-280-279 for a high series of 774.
Brian Vicidomini hit 259-290-746, Andrew Bock
247-234-672, Willie Hall 215-236-211-662, and
Justine Munice 247-223-659.
Mike Serio 704
HOPELAWN, NJ – Mike Serio led the scoring in
the Thursday Nite Mixed League firing games of
253-258 for a high series of 704.
Andrew Smith shot 221-204-256-681, Bob Divila
202-235-235-672, Vinny Medvetz 229-224-213-666,
and Scott Akalewicz 236-226-652.
In the Tuesday Night Mixed League Daniel J.
Willard shot 201-225-603, Char Martino 204, Erin
Seneca 201, and Tony Woodcock 198.
Don M. Hellhake 694
HOPELAWN, NJ - Don E. Hellhake led the scoring
in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of
226-246-222 for a high series of 694.
Don E. Hellhake rolled 224-212-631, Mike V.
Kennelly 245-628, and Mike P. Kennelly 226.
Kevin Cristi 679
HOPELAWN, NJ – Kevin Cristi led the scoring in
the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 242-
264 for a high series of 679.
Richard Funk III shot 235-222-210-667, Tony
Tamondong 216-244-648, Nicholas Dellamanna
200-207-236-643, and Pat Sawler 248.
Joe Britton 644
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Britton led the scoring in
the KofC League firing games of 224-223 for a high
series of 644.
Nick Simone shot 205-217-220-642, Art Jakubczak
257, and Frank Ciorkowski 232.
Michael Morris shot 237-605, and Larry Clarke
214 in the NJ Turnpike League.
Char Martino hit 182, and Anna Kelly and Sharon
Bongik 177 in the Wednesday Earlybirds League.
Tom Vickery 635
HOPELAWN, NJ – Tom Vickery led the scoring in
the Merck League firing games of 232-224 for a
high series of 635.
Debbie Ewanciw shot 236, Anthony Scutari 225,
Nick Holiday 219, Gerry Penna 211, and John
Strauss 203.
ON A ROLL BOWLING CLUB
Presents
Doubles with a Twist
Women will bowl with a handicap ~~ Men will bowl Scratch
3 Games across 6 lanes

$2000.00
(BASED ON 100 ENTRIES)
4 Big Weekends
Continuous squads
Saturday April 19
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First squad starts at 12:00 Noon
Sunday April 20
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Saturday, May 10
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WILL BE THE LAST DAY OF TOURNAMENT

Check in time for first squad - 11:30AM

STRIKE 10 LANES
6161 Strickland Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 763-3333
Entry Fee: $80.00 PER TEAM

For More Information Contact:

*Kenny Allsop 917-406-1388 *Jeffrey Benton 347-866-1989
*Greg Brockington 347-661-1324 *Shelby Graves 347-889-4940
*Sheila Lee 347-698-3813 *Eddie Legree 646-626-1503
*Quinton Montgomery 917-324-8285 *Chris Lee 347-957-4082
*Shana James 646-750-6459 *Sharon Harper 917-530-1304
*Jermaine Jackson 347-692-6709 *Yvonne Thompson 347-526-7321

R.I.P CHRIS “SHA BLAZE” BAPTISTE
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CERTIFIED
WEEKLY OPTIONALS
Scratch High Game,
High Series
Handicap & Scratch
STRIKE JACKPOT
MULTI’S
Payout
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Prize Fund $24.75
Lineage $ 9.75
Expenses $ 5.50
Entry $40.00
James Kane 729 Kelley Grippo 720
Top Stan Neimiec Youth League
By Vince Albrecht
HACKENSACK, NJ - The Bergen boys pulverized the plastic-sticks in
North 1-A Sectional at Bowler City and the Stan Niemiec youth travel-
ers took the cue and pounded the same friendly confines, scorching the
lanes with a seemingly endless shower of strikes. By the session’s end,
two “700s”, seven “600s” and forty-two “200s” had been posted.
Leading the merciless onslaught for the boys was Paramus Catholic
junior James Kane 258-257-211: 726, Pompton Lakes’ freshman Nick
Cilento 234-255-202: 691, 13-year-old Ryan McGuire 202-219-248:
669 and Montville junior Karl Kattermann 215-237-214: 666.
As for the girls, two of the most talented North Jersey student athletes
are AHA senior Kelley Grippo and Teaneck senior Dana-Marie Laloo,
both of whom are competing in the state individual tournament at
Carolier on Wednesday and are very much in the mix for the area’s
Bowler of the Year. They continued in relentless fashion to endlessly
scuttle the pins from the deck into the pit and right now, are clearly at
the top of their game. Kelley took no prisoners in flattening the maples
with scores of 200-256-264: 720 and Dana-Marie followed suit with
249-212-236: 697; both threesomes are season highs among the girls.
There was only a point difference prior to the clash between the
league’s top net teams, but Holiday held onto first place, prevailing in
three close games over Bowler City I, 2933-2836.

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