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More than three years
after winning his first
PBA50 Tour title, Mike
Dias of Lafayette, Colo.,
captured the second title
of his career by winning
the PBA50 Grants Pass
Open presented by
Dias defeated PBA Hall
of Famer Dale Eagle of
Newport Beach, Calif.,
229-224, in the champi-
onship at Caveman
Bowl to win his first
title since winning the
Senior Don Carter Open
in April of 2011.
Dias jumped to the
early lead in the title
match starting with the first four strikes
and Eagle answered with five in a row
from the fourth to eighth frames, but a
pocket 7-10 split in the ninth and a
missed 10-pin back in the third frame
ultimately cost Eagle the match.
“The title match was probably represen-
tative of the whole tournament,” said the
57-year-old Dias. “It was a combination
of getting some breaks, making the right
ball changes and staying out of trouble.
With a longer oil pattern this week it was
really a challenge.”
Dias’ previous best finish
this season was fourth in the
County (Fla.) Open.
“Coming into this season I
felt I was getting closer and
closer to getting another
win,” Dias said. “I really put
in a lot of work over the off-
season and I feel like it’s
Eagle was trying for his
13th career PBA50 Tour title
which would have put him in
second all alone on the
PBA50 Tour career titles list.
Currently he is tied for sec-
ond with Gary Dickinson
with 12 titles, two behind
leader John Handegard with
In the semifinal matches Dias defeated
Harry Sullins of Chesterfield Twp.,
Mich., 258-247, to advance to the cham-
pionship match while Eagle defeated
two-time defending PBA50 Player of the
Year Walter Ray Williams Jr. of Ocala,
Fla., 237-228, who was trying for his sec-
ond win of the season.
Dias’ win breaks a streak of six consec-
utive PBA50 Tour tournaments this sea-
son which have been won by PBA Hall of
SHAWNEE, Okla. – Australia’s Jason
Belmonte won four straight matches on a
demanding Bear lane condition, including a
193-145 decision over top qualifier E.J. Tackett
of Huntington, Ind., in the title match to win his
10th career title in the Professional Bowlers
Association Oklahoma Open at the Grand
Casino Resort Event Center.
In a competition that mirrored the United
States Bowling Congress Masters held earlier in
the year, the reigning PBA Player of the Year
came into the Oklahoma Open finals as the No.
5 qualifier and won four consecutive matches
for the victory. Belmonte also went from fifth to
first in the Masters when he also defeated
Tackett for that title.
The finals of the fourth of five Oklahoma’s
Grand Casino Resort PBA Summer Swing
events, contested on the flat 40-foot Bear lane
condition. The finals aired on CBS Sports
Network. Tackett, as the leading qualifier,
earned the right to select the lane condition for
the finals and he opted for the demanding U.S.
Open-style oiling pattern.
The difficulty of the scoring conditions result-
ed in the first PBA Tour finals in history without
a 200 game.
Belmonte, who won $18,000 and a berth in
the end-of-series Oklahoma’s Grand Casino
Resort King of the Swing special event, reached
the 10 career titles milestone in only 80 PBA
Tour events, the second-fastest in PBA history
behind legendary hall of famer Dick Weber.
Weber won 10 of the first 23 PBA events held
between 1959 and 1962.
The Australian two-handed star’s climb to the
Oklahoma Open title – his third of the 2014 sea-
son – was even more impressive considering he
was in seventh place going into the final game
of match play at FireLake Bowling Center ear-
lier in the week, and threw a 256 game to move
up two places and qualify for the CBS Sports
“The one thing I really pride myself on is I
don’t care how bad I’m bowling or how low I’m
scoring, every time I throw a ball it’s with every-
thing I’ve got,” Belmonte said. “That’s what you
have to do on the PBA Tour. I knew I still had a
mathematical chance and I never gave up.”
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Jason Belmonte Wins PBA Oklahoma Open
By Bill Vint - PBA
RENO, Nev. – The two-year run of the United States
Bowling Congress Women’s Championships at the Reno-
Sparks Convention Center came to a close Monday as the
final squad of the 2014 event stepped off the championship
The 81-day event kicked off April 11 and ushered in a new
era in the tournament’s 95-year history, switching from five-
player to four-player teams for the first time. The 2014 USBC
Women’s Championships also featured new divisions and an
all-scratch format for the first time since 2009.
During the 2014 event, six competitors joined the exclusive
50-Year Club, and five bowlers rolled perfect games, the
most in tournament history, bringing the all-time total to 25.
Two of the five bowlers who rolled perfect games, USBC
Hall of Famers Lynda Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, and
Jeanne Naccarato of Tacoma, Wash., used the momentum
from their big games to put themselves in position to capture
titles at the 2014 tournament.
Barnes started her 2014 tournament campaign by helping
Bowlieve In A Cure of Arlington, Texas, into the lead in
Diamond Team with a 2,819 series. Her perfect game came
the next day during doubles and helped her to a Division 1
All-Events-leading 2,140 total. She had sets of 779 in dou-
bles, 683 in singles and 678 in team.
Bowlieve In A Cure was led by Tennelle Milligan’s 752
series and included Team USA member Shannon O’Keefe
(724) and Kendra Gaines (665).
Naccarato sandwiched her 300 between games of 222 and
224 for a 746 series and teamed with fellow USBC Hall of
Famer Robin Romeo of Newhall, Calif., who added 733, for
a 1,479 series to lead Division 1 Doubles.
Former collegiate standout Danielle van der Meer of
Washington, Ill., capped her first Women’s Championships
appearance with games of 258, 248 and 245 for a 751 set and
the lead in Division 1 Singles.
The new format at the Women’s Championships includes
four average-based divisions in team and six divisions for
doubles, singles and all-events. All standings are unofficial
and pending final verification.
2014 USBC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS COMES TO A CLOSE IN RENO
By Matt Cannizzaro - USBC
Mike Dias Wins PBA50 Grants Pass Open
By Jerry Schneider - PBA
2 SPORTS REPORTER July 9 - 15, 2014
A “TWEET” FROM PBA CHAMPION BILL O’NEILL:
“Just witnessed Parker Bohn switch his first class seat with a
Military man sitting in coach. My man is all class all the time.”
PBA’S OKLAHOMA OPEN DEMONSTRATES
DRAMA ISN’T ALWAYS BASED ON HIGH SCORES
The 2014 PBA Oklahoma Open demonstrated that you don’t always
have to have high scores to create exciting competition. The CBS Sports
Network stepladder finals of the fourth tournament in Oklahoma’s
Grand Casino Resort PBA Summer Swing was believed to be the first
four-match final in PBA history without a 200 game by any of the five
players. But it also was a telecast that produced a lot of drama.
For the second time in 2014, Australian two-handed power player
Jason Belmonte ran the table for the win, and in the process became the
first player to win a PBA Tour title by bowling four games under 200 in
the finals. In fact, no other player has ever won a title by bowling three
sub-200 games on TV.
Belmonte opened the finals with a 187-171 victory over Tommy Jones
in a match in which Jones was unable to solve the right lane. Despite his
inability to strike on that lane, the match was undecided going into the
10th frame after Belmonte left the 3-4-6-7-10 and failed to convert in his
ninth frame. Working on a strike in his ninth frame, Jones was in posi-
tion to win with another strike on his first shot in the 10th frame, but he
again left a 2 pin on the right lane.
In match two, O’Neill struck on four of his first five shots and
Belmonte started with a double, but then the difficult conditions slowed
the pace. O’Neill could have locked Belmonte out with a double in the
10th, but left a 2 pin after striking on his first shot. Belmonte, working
on a strike in the ninth, still had to double and he threw two clutch
strikes on the right lane to pull out a 199-191 victory. Belmonte left a 9
pin on his fill ball to fall short of 200.
In the semifinal match, Belmonte eliminated Chris Loschetter, 194-
175, by converting seven spares while Loschetter converted a battery of
difficult spares. But neither bowler doubled in the entire match.
The championship match – a rematch of the 2014 USBC Masters title
match won by Belmonte – became a runaway 193-145 victory for
Belmonte over top qualifier E.J. Tackett, but it also was in doubt early.
Tackett started with a double and Belmonte missed a 10 pin, and the
match was tied at 74-74 after five frames before Belmonte’s turkey
broke it open.
Despite the difficult scoring conditions, the Oklahoma Open wasn’t
the lowest scoring four-match TV show in PBA history. That distinction
unofficially belongs to the 1992 Showboat Invitational in Las Vegas,
won by Harry Sullins. The 1992 event had an aggregate score of 1,423
for four matches (204-168, 206-157, 193-170, 175-150) – 32 pins less
than the Oklahoma Open’s aggregate total of 1,455.
● Brendan Gaughan, the 38-year-old son of South Point Hotel,
Casino and Spa owner Michael Gaughan, posted his first NASCAR win
in 10 years when he drove his South Point-sponsored Chevy Camaro to
victory in the Gardner Denver 200 Nationwide Series race at Road
America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., on June 28. Gaughan, the 2002
Craftsman Truck Series Rookie of the Year, races full-time on the
Nationwide circuit. South Point has served as the host facility for the
PBA World Series of Bowling since 2010.
In addition to live coverage of the
final four PBA50 Tour events of
the 2014 season, PBA’s online
video streaming service will pro-
vide live start-to-finish coverage of
one of the most prestigious PBA
Regional tournaments of the year –
the PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop
Eastern Classic from Mid County
Bowling & Entertainment Center
in Middletown, Del., Aug. 2-3.
The East Region “super regional”
will offer a $15,000 first prize, and
has expanded its qualifying format
to three squads to accommodate
more players. For details, visit
pba.com and click on “Regional
Tour” under the Schedules tab.
Xtra Frame’s coverage of the
PBA50 Tour resumes July 17-23
with coverage of the new PBA50
Dick Weber Super Senior Classic,
presented by Storm, followed by
the PBA50 Pro Bowl West Fort
Wayne Classic presented by
Ebonite, from Fort Wayne, Ind.
Xtra Frame will next cover the
PBA50 Dayton Classic presented
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Following the weekend trek to
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sented by DV8 at Olympia Lanes
in Hammond, Ind., before wrap-
ping up the 2014 season with the
PBA50 Treasure Island Resort &
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Hammer from Island Xtreme Bowl
in Welch, Minn.
The PBA is in the process of
finalizing Xtra Fame coverage of
selected PBA Regional events in
September and October before
Xtra Frame subscribers are treated
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Continued from page one
PBA SPARE SHOTS
Belmonte began his march to the title with a 187-171 decision over
Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., throwing three strikes in the 10th
frame after failing to convert the 3-4-6-7-10 split in the ninth frame to
clinch the win. Jones threw strikes on four of his five shots on the left
lane, but his failure to strike on the right lane cost him a chance to win.
After struggling on the right lane throughout the second match,
Belmonte threw two clutch strikes in the 10th frame to rally from a 25-
pin deficit and eliminate Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa., 199-191.
O’Neill also could have won with a double in the 10th frame, but left
a 2 pin after striking on his first shot.
In the semifinal match, Belmonte’s error-free game was enough to
get past Chris Loschetter of Avon, Ohio, 194-175. Belmonte and
Loschetter each threw only three strikes the entire game, but
Loschetter’s one open frame gave the Australian the margin he need-
In the championship match, Tackett started with two strikes but then
the challenging lane condition got the best of him. Belmonte broke
open a 74-74 tie in the fifth frame with a string of three strikes and
Tackett never challenged.
“Today was a matter of trying to not leave any splits and make the
spares you did leave. I did horribly on my spares in the title match,”
Belmonte said, “but the lanes were brutal and E.J. couldn’t get on a
run, so it ended up being not so bad for me.
“Generally when a lane condition breaks down, it goes from fresh oil
to a transition and then you’ll have something stable for about a game.
Then there will be another transition where you have a bit of room. But
today it felt like the condition changed every two or three frames, and
you didn’t know if the ball was going to hook or not,” he continued.
“It was really tough making adjustments. I kept hoping the lanes
would calm down, but they never did.
“Pretty much everyone except Tommy (Jones) and I got off to fast
starts, but after a couple of shots in each match, the balls started doing
silly things. Splits were common, spares were tough, so after E.J. start-
ed with two strikes, I told myself to just hang in there.
“Today was a grind fest and I lasted longer than the other guys.”
Adds to Lineup
July 9 - 15, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 3
G GO O
B BO OW WL L
Brandon Soedarmasto 738
FARMINGDALE, NY – Brandon Soedarmasto earned game and set
honors rolling in the Bowlympics Duos League firing games of 232-
269-237 for a high series of 738.
Emily McLaughlin rolled 238-202-240-680, Jake Diamond 226-227-
202-655, Nick Mercarelli 236-625, and Joseph Napoli 256-621.
Danny Schrafel 693
FARMINGDALE, NY – Danny Schrafel blasted games of 258 and 246
to finish with the session high 693 set bowling in the MNFP League.
In the Tuesday Party League it was Vernon Brown on top when he
rolled 247, Kenny Simon pitched a 245, Peter Ramo 244, Brian Beale
236-225, Frankie Berardino 236, and Jerry Pannullo hit 234.
Sal Alberino 690
FARMINGDALE, NY – Sal Alberino tossed games of 246 and 237 in
his 690 to lead the scoring in the Monday Summer Trios League.
Dale Alberino shot 222-218-239-679, Artie Sloman 247-211-658,
Chris Weis 247-216-634, and Kerrick Jones 248.
Jerry Hoeler rolled 166, Angie Napolitano 162, and Gloria Cohen 160
in the Monday Summer Seniors League.
Anthony Cassonetto 245
FARMINGDALE, NY – Anthony Cassonetto rolled 245, Brandon
Schlossberg 213, Brandon Soedarmasto 213, and Meghan Wing 202
while contesting in the Junior Pro Shot League.
John Shedel rolled 187, Marci Hunt 174, Gladys Codella 170, Jerry
Hoeler 165, Paul Kester 163, and George DiSalvo 161 in the Friday
Joe Costanzo 650
FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Costanzo paced the scoring in the Tuesday
Pro Shot League firing games of 234-230 for a high series of 650.
Adam Chase shot 233, Kyle Durfee 214-213, Peter Briguglio 208, and
Walter Lackey 201.
In the Wednesday Friends League Mike Petroff shot 238, Rob Grieb
233, Mike Herman 215, and Kyle Desmond 210.
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Tom Hollywood 754
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tom
Hollywood topped the scoring in
the Senior Men’s League firing
games of 234-267-253 for a high
series of 754.
Mike King rolled 234-256-257-
747, Joe Albanese 245-247-222-
714, Ray Keller 212-231-225-698,
John Eadicicco 235-220-227-682,
and John Woss 215-217-244-676.
Phil Oppenheim 740
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Phil
Oppenheim led the scoring in the
Michael Carbonaro Mixed League
firing a high game of 288 and a
high series of 740.
Ron Gaudio shot 246-693,
Michael Andrews 268-677,
Rebecca Rakouskas 238-677,
Robert Butler, Jr. 247-669, and
Gene Doherty 248-655.
In the Golden Oldies League Bob
Lampariello shot 237-243-640,
Dotty Bellantoni 247, Vincent
Pisciotta 226, Jim Touhey 224,
Wayne Maddlone 213, and
Howard Weiss 210.
Derek Gilbert 737
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Derek
Gilbert led the scoring in the
Michael Carbonaro Mixed League
firing a high game of 279 for a
high series of 737.
Gary Reebe rolled 277-716,
Steve McNichol 247-704, Robert
Butler, Jr. 256-690, Mike Andrews
277-686, Justin Andrews 276-682.
Justin Mayo 719
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Justin
Mayo topped the Mike Massaroli
Memorial League firing a 279
game for a high series of 719.
Jason Pintus shot 280-712,
Anthony Barberio 246-258-691,
Allen Veluz 253-687, Mike
Barclay 244-670, Rob Butler 247.
Tom O’Sullivan 714
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tom
O’Sullivan led the scoring in the
Senior Men’s League firing games
of 268-246-200 for a high series of
Don Schwed shot 256-215-236-
707, Al Fellino 248-237-674, Sal
Tim Barclay 685
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Tim
Barclay topped the scoring in the
Junior Scholarship Doubles
League firing games of 226-258
for a high series of 685.
Mike Joyce rolled 246-222-664,
Daniella Coffaro 275, Casey
Sparacio 239, Matt Covais 242,
and Anthony Teszakos and
Jonathan Petrizzi 236.
Andy DeMario 645
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Andy
DeMario rolled 209-247-645,
Chip Bonamo 230-216-642, Dan
Ciofoletti 258-630, Vin DiMarco
215, and Dick Desroches 207.
Ashley Martinez 601
STATEN ISLAND, NY – Ashley
Martinez led the scoring in the
Staten Island Woman’s 600 Club
Tournament firing games of 195-
Michael Tellefsen shot 224, Matt
Covais 221, Michael Cupelli 203,
Makayla Katz 162-188, Kenny
Soto 184, TinaMarie Veszi 174-
164 and Daniel Convery 158.
AT RAB’S COUNTRY LANES
Jim Diamond 297
MADISON, NJ – Jim Diamond
blasted 297, Mike Hanlein 712,
and Beth Van Ness and Jennifer
Dunklin 205 in the CMIL League.
Harry Franz 705
MADISON, NJ – Harry Franz led
the scoring in the Wednesday Trio
League firing a high game of 257
and a high series of 705.
Frank Baragona shot 255, and
Dick Raymond and Tommy
In the Thursday Mixed League
Thomas Litland rolled 215, Mike
Jenkins 208, and Bill Phair 204.
Trevor Bogert 289
MADISON, NJ – Trevor Bogert
topped the Friday Classic firing a
high game of 289 and a high 729.
Andrew Stephens rolled 279-713,
Frank Zimmerman 278, Mitch
Weinberg 703, Patty Hanlein 244-
666, Ellen Moore 237-632, and
Donna Badolato 216.
Alice Bednarik 639
MADISON, NJ – Alice Bednarik
led the scoring in the Monday
Night Ladies League firing a high
game of 227 and a high game of
Jode Belli hit 182 and Sue Berg
tossed a 179 game.
Dan Pridham 277
MADISON, NJ – Dan Pridham
topped the scoring in the Tuesday
400 Doubles League firing a high
game of 277 and a high series of
Joe Fosko and Dave Hanft rolled
Joe Hornncewich 258
MADISON, NJ – Joe
Horincewich led the scoring in the
Police and Fire League firing high
game of 258.
Tony Romano rolled 245-629,
Jake Bird 245, Ian Lerner 627, and
Clarinda Landi 229-634.
Rich Keirstead 249
MADISON, NJ – Rich Keirstead
paced the scoring in the Pharma
Plus League firing a high game of
249 and a high series of 669.
Ed Mlynarczyk shot 235, Mark
Terhune 233-634, and Marcia
Bob Russo 244
MADISON, NJ – Bob Russo
paced the scoring in the
Livingston Business Men’s
League firing a high game of 244
and a high series of 644.
Steve Payne rolled 235-640, Ed
Fong 232, and Bo Serillo 633.
In the Ladies League Elaine
Wilson rolled 182, Cindy
Heinemeyer 170, and Joan Shiel
PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
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Chalres Johnson 798
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Charles
Johnson topped the scoring in the
Summer Senior Birds League fir-
ing games of 247-256-295 for a
high series of 798.
Jerry George rolled 253-228-
215-696, Michael Carpenter 247,
William Tyson 239-225, Ed
Frontera 237-223-661, and
Richard Franklin 230.
Pat Zenker 757
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Pat
Zenker topped the Wednesday
Night Mixed League firing games
of 288-254 for a high 757.
Bob Eaton rolled 279, Paul
Hudson 266-235-205-706, Richie
Russo 263, Edward Graeff 259-
241-699, and Joseph Kurdziel and
Alex Bogolubsky 258.
In the Nostaglia Mixed League
Ed Graeff rolled 237, Gregory
Frank 236, Joan Vulpis 229, Nick
Graci 226, and Ed Flint 224.
Anthony Cimino 757
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY –
Anthony Cimino topped the scor-
ing in the Thursday El-Cheapo
League firing games of 287-215-
255 for a high series of 757.
Steve Patitucci shot 234, John
LaBau 2230, John Moran 226-
219, Steve Frey 218-216, Vinnie
Spano 214-204, and Chris
Charlie Torres 756
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Charlie
Torres led the Thursday Mixed
League firing games of 247-257-
252 for a high series of 756.
John Cardinale rolled 287-232-
710, Al Fabiano 248-696, Donald
Ceparano 256, Philip Karfinkel
253, Donna Gregston 245, and
Kathy Andrews 243-214-656.
Mike Czaplionski 738
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Mike
Czaplionski led the scoring in the
Tuesday Late Men League firing
games of 237-247-254 for a high
series of 738.
Jim Carey rolled 268-228-687,
Michael Fisch 267, Joe Mazza
258, Matt Carey 241-211-661, and
Joe Dimino 234.
Alex Bogolubsky 739
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Alex
Bogolubsky led the scoring in the
Kings Trios League firing games
of 241-267-231 for a high series of
John Laurita rolled 256-251-708,
Vincent Balishy 269-705, Bob
Thorne 237-233-232-702, Larry
Heitefuss 266, and Bob Schmid
Don Railey 278
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Don
Railey topped the scoring in the
Bowl N Cruise League firing a
high game of 278.
Robert Martin shot 242, Patrick
Sibley 237, Yogi Hannigan 221,
and Farnk Rugolo 218-213.
Michael Fisch 739
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY –
Michael Fisch paced the scoring in
the Thursday Mixed League firing
games of 248-237-254 for a high
series of 739.
Dominick Conti shot 270-236-
222-728, Mel Brown 251-245-
215-711, Frank Cimino 266-231-
685, Donald Ceparano 214-226-
221-661, and Vicky Lockwood
Joe DiRe 735
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joe
DiRe led the Wednesday Night
Mixed League firing games of
276-245 for a high series of 735.
Carl Rissland rolled 227-255-
244-726, Ray Brooks 288-245,
Alex Bogolubsky 266, Rennie
Gardner 259, and Rob Benenati,
John Maglio, and Don Railey 258.
Joey Green 687
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Joey
Green led the Thursday El-Cheapo
League firing games of 276-234
for a high series of 687.
Steve Frey rolled 251-215-670,
Ryan Ciccimarro 247, Steve
Honig 234, and Cory Williams
Pat LaGuardia shot 212,
RoseMarie Yampiro 211, and
Anna Brown 201 in the Tuesday
Brandon Ellis 669
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY –
Brandon Ellis led the Saturday
Scholarship League firing of 200-
223-246 for a high series of 669.
Dean Tischer rolled 229-217-
204-650, Tarik Zephrine 223-216-
645, and Alexander Shear 230.
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Ed Frontera 707
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Ed
Frontera led the scoring in the
Summer Senior Birds League fir-
ing games of 279-227 for a high
series of 707.
Gerald Fields shot 245-212-655,
Aubrey Pereira 257-203-651,
Steve Jones 220-203, Lenwood
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Summer Doubles: Jim Westergard 289-754, Jason Ringle 280, Nick Westergaard 279, Noel
Colwell 729, Jim Testa 739, Liesl Apgar 252-601, Dori Tingoli 181-530, Kara Cook 199-
Thursday No Tap: Angelo Melchiorri 300-763, Justin Ragucci 300-822, Robert Rhodes
300-797, Ed Galuska 300-877, Nick Westergaard 300-812, Heather Terantino 279-725,
Rachel Haneveld 266-730, Timay Mehesy 258-655.
Wednesday Early Birds: Eddie Matias 289-696, Jesus Cruz 258-624, PJ Adams 248-646,
Bob Garcia 246-635, Lynn Coleman 265-628, Kara Cook 224-620, Donna Sodano 219,
Joah Rauh 187-513.
Monday Adult Junior: Adults - Jim Testa 269-747, David Ireton 202-486, Rich Damiano
201-531, Barbara Ustupski 175-443, Jennifer Ireton 167-469. Youth - Shaun Ireton 123-
333, Tommy Damiano 97-266, Madison Ustupski 203-586, Sydney Ireton 157-429, Haley
Fox Hills Seniors: Robert Forte 242-563, Lepgham Chin 229-533, Bill Verderber 208-587,
Steven Friedman 208, Bernadette Memolo 176-451, Lorraine Dacko 160-442, Marilyn
Monday 12x12: Brian Theriault 220, Joseph Steward 594, Heriberto Matias 211, Mark
Bradley 203, Keri May 226-609, Jacqueline Theriault 193-549, Kathy Bradley 177-493
SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES
Monday Seniors: Michael Sala 286-602, Richie Coyer 236-212-636, Pete
Thomasefsky 231-213-642, Bob Haskin 218-215, Joe Marsiello 202, Richard
Monday LIA: Lou Collazzo 288, Ed Werbeck 249, Mike Sojano 246, Joey Orlando
245, Steve Lassman 244, George Schnepp 244, DJ Trenn 242, April Fucci 226-215,
Joanne Perry 215, Angie Collazzo 211, Heather Mitchell 203, Patty Werbeck 202.
Tuesday Early Birds: Freda Amon 234-214-629, Pat Curatolo 213, Theresa Rogers
Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Danny Gormley 242, Matt Hammond 238, Jack Simone 236,
Mike Gregorio 236-257-704, Rich O’Neill 247, Vinny Leone 237, Joe McLaughlin
Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Richie Coyer 225-205, Pete Thomasefsky 215-
214, Gene Gould 214, John Zalewski 209, Richard Mennona 205, Charlie Stumpf 204,
John Ray 200, Nancy Ellis 209.
Wednesday Swingtime Seniors: Cappy Caporusso 234-626, Marylou Hopp 201.
Wednesday Early Birds: Patty Carson 226, Addys Reilly 223, Mary Davis 215.
Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Jack Murphy 261, Paul DeVito 258, Al Gillis 248, Lou
Thursday Hits and Misses: Ralph Yandoli 256, Brian Beale 246-700.
Thursday Charles McShane: Scott Piotrowski 280, Dom Mauro 279, Jim Doyle 278,
Lee Kruger 265, Ed Snevily 265-256-709, Pete Cornell 261, Brian Werbeck 259-740,
Mike Landini 259-723, Dan Thompson 258, Chris Vogel 257, Donald Socci 256-703,
Jas Santoro 703, Tom Gallagher 702.
Thursday Night Foursome: Vinny Sanquini 286, Ken Wojdylo 279, John
Maglione 279-736, Doc Grannas 268, Joe Valdina 265, Steve Terech 264, Joe
Ervolino 264,745, Fabrizio Cerutti 257-713, Dan Thompson 257, John Siano 717.
Thursday Charles McShane: Jas Santoro 289-744, Sean Thomson 289-713, Mike
Willis 288, Lee Kruger 279-756, Bryan Beech 278-275-756, Brian Piotrowski 268,
Lee Kruger 267, Phil Wakefield 717, Kelly Sullivan 237.
Sunday AM Trios: Jeff Scarola 279-269-773, Ed Stadtlander 278-758, Jim Risi
269, Gary Medina 269, Luciano Gaglione 255, Justin Kampf 254, Lukas Zito 708.
Monday Seniors: Richie Coyer 221, Ray Wilson 215, Bob Haskin 200.
Monday Charlie Cap Classic: Robert Gotterbarn Jr. 280-750, Jason Kubat 279-
803, Robert Grammarosso 279-814, Ronald J. Broege 278, John Vilardi 274-766,
Mike Sodano 274, James DeGennaro 269, Shawn Green 269, Steve Kolodny 268,
John Cummings Jr. 759, Jim Lizzo 753, Joseph Acerra 753, Patti Cacioppo 268,
Nadine Williams-Clory 255, Vonetta Joliffe 244.
Monday LIA: Taylor Groene 280-707, Steve Koopmann 257, Ed Werbeck 255,
Lou Collazzo 255, Kenny Daughn 246, April Fucci 248-246-702, Joanne Perry
232-215, Heather Mitchell 214.
Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Ron Hastings 255, Rich O’Neill 245, Vito Rampell 244,
John Gannon 235, Dawn Hastings 209.
Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Jim Hope 226, Janet Tasker 203.
Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Richard Mennona 215, Pete Thomasefsky
206, John Eastwood 206, Ray Wilson 202.
Thursday Hits and Misses: Ralph Yandoli 248-661, Joe Dolezal 240-245, Jim
Fenimore 238, Irv Freed 268, Larry Ferriso 248, Brian Beale 244, June Iacono 201.
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8 SPORTS REPORTER July 9 - 15, 2014
Pete Tirado 781
HOPELAWN, NJ – Pete Tirado topped the
scoring in the Middlesex County Classic
League firing games of 276-237-268 for a
high series of 781.
John Kertesz shot 239-267-242-748, Ken
Horvath 265-266-730, Frank Marchisello
265-236-216-717, Richard Funk III 228-
238-247-713, Kelly Daunno 227-279-710,
and Tom Martino, Jr. 257-215-236-708.
Joe Lampariello 741
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Lampariello led the
Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of
278-257-206 for a high series of 741.
Dave Eisenberg shot 244-247-236-727,
Ted Lapka 258-247-222-727, Rick
Choinacki 229-255-225-709, Dave Bishop
215-267-223-705, Ken Horvath 246-209-
247-702, and Rocco Fortunato 227-224-
Jeff Scire 739
HOPELAWN, NJ – Jeff Scire led the scor-
ing in the Madison Park Men’s League fir-
ing games of 215-245-279 for a high series
Joe Lampariello rolled 279-227-227-733,
Anthony Martino 225-211-279-715, Joey
Weisenstein 264-214-234-712, Travis Tilley
225-247-222-694, and Lisa Pallazzola 267-
Don Anione 722
HOPELAWN, NJ- Don Anione led the scor-
ing in the His & Hers League firing games
of 218-225-279 for a high series of 722.
Michael Holoka shot 224-207-219-650,
Kevin Bitler 252-237-636, Mike Porcellana
235, and Tom Poulos 210.
Gary McGinness 721
HOPELAWN, NJ – Gary McGinness led
the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League
firing games of 237-237-247 for a high
series of 721.
Kevin Eccleston shot 213-255-647, Dan
Krakowski 256-638, Richard Funk III 242-
203-632, and Mark Wiget 233-210-625.
Bobby Parillo, Jr. 699
HOPELAWN, NJ – Bobby Parillo, Jr.
topped the scoring in the Academy Madness
League firing games of 219-235-245 for a
high series of 699.
Dan DeBenedetto shot 215-230-633,
Frank Viverito 247-626, and Mike Stenger
Bob Divila 675
HOPELAWN, NJ – Bob Davila led the
scoring in the Thursday Nite Mixed League
firing games of 234-214-227 for a high
series of 675.
Kurt Moszkowski hit 266-234-674,
Andrew Smith 212-244-215-671, Rollin E.
Ball 221-234-208-663, and Scott Akalewicz
Michelle Bunzel 661
HOPELAWN, NJ – Michelle Bunzel
topped the scoring in the Merck League fir-
ing games of 255-224 for a high series of
Tom Vickery hit 221-210-606, Pete Saflan
248, Aaron Smith 233, and Anthony Scutari
In the Winter Senior Citizens League
Rich Rowley rolled 204-232-629, Jerry
Petti 188, Mary Doslik 168, and Wayne
Chuck Mantione 656
HOPELAWN, NJ – Chuck Mantione led
the scoring in the Federal Business Centers
League firing games of 272-197 for a high
series of 656.
Dave Ryden shot 209-201, and Tony
In the Thursday Mixed Nuts League K.C.
Cabonilas posted a 610 set on games of 220
and 223, Jeany Kubinak hit 225, Kevin
Kennelly 233, and Bill Aker, Jr. 212.
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Monday 670 Trios: Sal Fabozzi 287, Jason Tenorio 279-756, John Barone 279, Karl
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OCEAN LANES JUNIORS
Matt Russo 279
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Matt Russo led the all competition bowling in the Friday Nite Teen
League posting eleven strikes and finishing with the session high game of 279.
Joe Starace and Shawn Kollmer each posted a 213 game followed by Amanda Nardiello
with 211, Brett Strycharz 206, and Jamie Kelly rolling a 202.
John Boughton 244
LAKEWOOD, NJ – John Boughton earned high game honors in the Friday Nite Teen
League when he bowled a 244 game. Joe Starace rolled a 234 followed by Robbie
Guzman 232, Amanda Nardiello 222, Lauren Hoffman 221, Karsyn Lukosius 213, and
Tori Boughton 205.
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