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Vol. 70 No. 45 January 13 - 19, 2010 50 cents

Kim Terrell-Kearney, Marshall Holman Elected to USBC Hall of Fame

ARLINGTON, Texas – A pair of two-time U.S. Open champions, ing player. He won the George Young High Average Award in 1982, as a collegiate All-American at San Jose State University. That same
one from the 1980s, the other from the 2000s, have been elected to the 1984 and 1987, the latter year also being named the PBA Player of the year she qualified for Team USA, repeating the feat the next year. She
United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in a worldwide ballot Year. He was inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame in 1990 and also is was a collegiate All-American in 1988 and later that year was all-
of the Superior Performance category. a member of the International Jewish Sport, Oregon Sports and events champion in the Federation Internationalé des Quilleurs World
Marshall Holman, 55, of Medford, Ore., Medford Halls of Fame. He has bowled in 15 American Bowling Youth Championships. She joined the Professional Women’s
and Kim Terrell-Kearney, 44, of Grand Congress/USBC Open Championships and Masters, averaging more Bowling Association Tour in 1989 and was named Rookie of the Year.
Prairie, Texas, will join John Handegard than 200. His best finish in USBC competition was fourth in the 1986 She returned to Team USA in 2008 and 2009, winning gold medals
and Betty Barnes, who were elected in Masters. in the 2009 Pan American Bowling Confederation Championships
November by the USBC Hall of Fame “I’m very appreciative,” said Holman. “This is something that I can Masters and team events and a silver medal in the 2009 World Tenpin
Committee in the Veterans and Meritorious say at age 55. I was 35 when I was elected into the PBA Hall of Fame Bowling Association World Women’s Championships team event.
Service categories, respectively. All will be but I was too busy being an aggressive competitor to know what it “It’s going to be neat,” said Terrell-Kearney, who was elected in her
inducted May 12 at the International meant then.” first year of eligibility. “I’m excited. My family is excited. They are all
Bowling Campus in Arlington, Texas. It Terrell-Kearney owns 10 professional looking forward to coming out.”
will be the first outdoor induction ceremony in USBC history and will titles, most recently the 2008 U.S. She was the leading vote-getter among the nine candidates consid-
be preceded the previous night by a special dinner in downtown Fort Women’s Open. Her other major victories ered by USBC’s panel of veteran bowling writers, hall of famers and
Worth. The public is invited to both events with free admission to the came in the 2002 Women’s International board members, named on 163 of 188 ballots cast for 86.70 percent
inductions. Bowling Congress Queens and the 2001 to easily exceed the 70 percent majority needed for election. Holman
Holman won all but one of his 22 Professional Bowlers Association Women’s U.S. Open. She also has fin- received 160 votes for 85.11 percent.
titles between 1975 and 1988. Among his victories were the Firestone ished in the top 10 of the WIBC/USBC Other men’s candidates were: Del Ballard Jr., Keller, Texas, 109
Tournament of Champions in 1976 and 1986 and the Bowling Women’s Championships 16 times, nine votes (57.98); Amleto Monacelli, Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 73 votes
Proprietors’Association of America U.S. Open in 1981 and 1985. of them in the 2000s. And she has placed (38.83); Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore., 70 votes (37.23); Wayne
“This is something,” said Holman, now owner of several income in the top 10 in the Queens nine times. Webb, Sacramento, Calif., 62 votes (32.98); and David Ozio,
tax franchises in Southern Oregon. “It really feels good because it “It’s always been dream of mine to be elected to this hall of fame Beaumont, Texas, 28 votes (14.89).
comes at a time when I can look back and reflect on what I did as a but I wasn’t sure if it would be a reality,” said Terrell-Kearney, the Other women’s candidates were: Carol Gianotti, Morley, Australia,
bowler. It seems so long ago that I made my living as a bowler.” assistant coach at the new International Training and Research Center. 130 votes (69.15); and Dede Davidson, Buellton, Calif., 39 votes
“I knew I would receive the news one way or another around the “Staying active certainly helped my cause and getting to 10 wins (20.74). Gianotti missed election by just two votes.
first of the year. While my credentials in the nationals, the old helped my chances. I’m entirely proud of what I’ve done. The USBC Hall of Fame was created in 2005 by merging the for-
American Bowling Congress and now United States Bowling “To go in with Marshall given what he’s done and being such an mer ABC and WIBC Halls of Fame. With the two new inductees
Congress championships were not stellar, my body of work as a pro- icon in our sport is special. It’s almost surreal being mentioned in that selected by the committee, there are now 379 members of the USBC
fessional was pretty good.” category.” Hall of Fame – 249 in Performance, 111 in Meritorious Service and
He earned more than $1.7 million during his 23 years as a PBA tour- Terrell-Kearney first came onto the national bowling scene in 1987 19 Pioneers.

Tony Chrzanowski Hit 300 History Making Grand Opening of

At Holiday Bowl International Bowling Campus
OAKLAND, NJ – Tony Lisa Klics blasted 286-248-245- ARLINGTON, Texas – and an expansive pro
Chrzanowski fired twelve in a row 779, Tom Stellingwerf 258-739, For the first time in the shop making it the pre-
at the right time to tally a 300 Joe Mamato 2589-598, and Bud 5,000-year history of the mier pro shop of the
game in the Adult Child Challenge Mann 674. sport, the bowling industry bowling industry.
League at Holiday Bowl. will be united under one Additionally, the IBC
roof with the grand open- will act as the central
ing of the International operating facility for
Jack Sakfna 300 at Rockaway Bowling Campus (IBC) in the Bowling
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Jack Safkan 726 high series. Arlington, Texas, an Proprietors’
earned top honors in the Friday Adam Nienstadt hit 242-227- unprecedented event in Association of America
Nite Men’s League at Rockaway 236-705, Seth Kovach 288-211- sports history. The IBC, (BPAA) and the United
Lanes with a twelve banger 300 204-703, Chip Vincent and Joe located at 621 Six Flags States Bowling
game then adding a 239 for the Karas 259, and Jared Lopez 257. Drive, is in close proximity to the new Dallas Congress (USBC).
Cowboys Stadium, the Rangers Ballpark and the Six “The International Bowling Campus marks a first in
Flags Over Texas theme park. The 100,000-plus sports and its impact on the bowling industry simply
Megan Turczynski, at 17 years old, square foot IBC complex will house more than 200 cannot be understated. Bringing together all of the
employees. At 2:30 pm on January 25, the campus leading entities in bowling under a single roof is a
Blasted 300 at Jersey Lanes will open its doors with a historic ribbon-cutting tremendous step forward in uniting and strengthen-
By George Faytok ceremony attended by a star-studded gathering of ing our industry,” said Steve Johnson, executive
Megan Turczynski, 17 years old of teammate Lou Clemente stroked a national and local celebrities. director of the BPAA. “With already more than 69.3
the Elizabeth High School team 238-246-200-684. Mike Tufaro The campus will serve as home to the new and million bowlers in the U.S. alone, the opening of the
claimed high honors in a recent led the Scotch Plains - Fanwood expanded International Bowling Museum and Hall IBC sets the stage for a new era of growth for bowl-
session at Jersey Lanes in Linden, team with a 205-233-265-703 and of Fame. The state-of-the-art museum will feature ing and signifies the incredible worldwide resur-
with a perfect 300-211-200-711, teammate Nick Stawicki support- interactive displays and exhibits along with rare, gence in popularity that bowling has seen in recent
Joe Gramiak of the Roselle ed with a 225-202-247-674, Lucas one-of-a-kind items from the various eras dating years.”
Catholic team was close behind Cruz led the Westfield High team back to 3,200 B.C. The IBC will also house the
with a 214-246-246 for a 706 and with a 213-233-211-657. International Training and Research Center (ITRC) See Bowling Campus page 4
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45th PBA Tournament of Champions

Showcases Tour’s Elite
SEATTLE, Wash. - When the Motors last spring, will try to The Tournament of
Professional Bowlers win his second major after win- Champions is open exclusively
Association Tournament of ning the PBA World to Lumber Liquidators PBA
Champions was introduced in Championship in December in Tour exempt-player champi- Everyone gets to play. Bowling's biggest plus with
1962 by PBA founder Eddie storybook fashion against ons; the winners of the most That should be the theme put youngsters is that everyone gets
Elias and the organization’s reigning Player of the Year Wes recent PBA Regional Players forth over and over again when- to play, not in a forced way, but
tournament committee, it pro- Malott. Championship and Regional ever discussions of the merits of in a full participatory status.
vided the PBA Tour with an *At age 50, Hall of Famer Players Invitational; the United youth bowling enters any conver- Junior bowlers can be classed
elite platform to showcase an and all-time PBA Tour titles States Bowling Congress sation. according to average. Leagues
exclusive field of champions. leader Walter Ray Williams Jr. Masters winner; the USBC It is one of bowling's greatest can have two, three or more on a
assets and advantage over other team, and there is always room
The 45th PBA Tournament of of Ocala, Fla., is still trying for Senior Masters, PBA Senior
sports. for one more. And they all get to
Champions, to be conducted his first Tournament of U.S. Open and PBA World
Talk shows devote hours to the play. And they all get to know
Jan. 19-24 at Red Rock Lanes Champions win. As one of the Championship winners; all subject of how to come up with how they did as individuals or as
in Las Vegas, will feature 63 few things the 46-time titlist Tournament of Champions past ways to guarantee that every team members.
players who have earned their has yet to accomplish in his winners, PBA Hall of Famers, youngster gets to play. There are Boys learn early that girls can
right to compete in the second career, a Tournament of and for the first time, the PBA all kinds of special rules in youth bowl well too, and they don't
major of the 2009-10 Lumber Champions win would enable Women’s World Championship baseball, football, basketball, soc- feel nearly as bad as their elders
Liquidators PBA Tour season him to complete the Triple titlist. cer and other sports aimed at or their counterparts in other
by virtue of winning a PBA Crown (PBA World The first Tournament of solving the problem. sports when they get bowled
title. The finals will be tele- Championship, U.S. Open and Champions was conducted in In some baseball and softball over by a female. Another plus
vised live on ESPN on Jan. 24 Tournament of Champions) 1962 in Indianapolis. The event leagues up to 15 kids are allowed for youth bowling is that boys
at 1 p.m. Eastern (10 a.m. Grand Slam (Triple Crown plus was not conducted in 1963 and to come to bat whether they are in and girls get to know each other
Pacific). the USBC Masters) and Super ’64 but moved to Akron, Ohio, the lineup or not. In various better in various competitive as
With an event that has a rich Slam (Grand Slam plus the in 1965 where it was conducted youth sports there are mandates well as social situations.
tradition and a stellar field of Touring Players until 1994. Since then, it has that insure that every kid gets his Parents almost dread going to
players there are many story- Championship). been conducted in various loca- playing minute minimum. a sporting contest when their
lines. Here are a few especially *Australian two-handed spe- tions. Getting to play is the problem for children are border players,
the young players, their parents, good enough to play, but not
noteworthy stories: cialist Jason Belmonte will
the coaches, and the sports. good enough to be a sure thing.
*Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., compete in his first Tournament
It also has been proposed in some Parents of young league bowlers
will once again make PBA Tour of Champions after winning his
areas that no score be kept, and know their youngsters will be in
history by becoming the first first Tour title in 2008-09. Mark Duca the end of winning and losing. action, no matter how well they
woman to compete in a *Thirteen-time PBA Tour How silly can you get? In sports shoot, and parents know the
Tournament of Champions. Champion Patrick Allen of Hit 300-845 and in life there are winners and kids will be in a classified situa-
She earned her berth by win- Wesley Chapel, Fla., will be losers, and win or lose, there is tion that is either competitive or
ning the first PBA Women’s looking to defend his 2009 At Lodi Lanes learning. is aided by a handicap proce-
World Championship. Kulick Tournament of Champions LODI, NJ - Mark Duca Took top Many sports have invested mil- dure that makes for some sem-
originally made history by title. honors in the Monday Lodi lions into developing interest in blance of equality, regardless of
becoming the first woman to *Jason Couch of Clermont, Classic League for shooting a 300 their sport among youngsters. ability.
qualify for the PBA’s Exempt Fla., is the only player to have game along with games of 279 and That isn't meant simply to create Bowling is fortunate that it is a
Tour in 2006. won three consecutive 266 for an 845 high series. future stars but also to create sport that can handle differ-
*Tom Smallwood, of Tournament of Champions Raphael R. Rivera rolled high players and fans. ences in age, size or ability in
Saginaw, Mich., who earned a titles and will be looking to with 300, 232, 279 for an 811 set Bowling is woefully weak in the probably the fairest manner of
Tour exemption after being laid become the first bowler to win and Anthony Buonanno tallied an spending department and too any sport. But bowling should
off from his job at General it four times. 802 series on games of 257, 279 many junior programs and be shouting from the rooftops to
and 266. school organization from pre- youngsters and parents and

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Also tossing his first 800 series school through college suffer. adults and educators that this is
was Jack Ramezzano Jr. with 800 Bowling can be expensive for the rarest of sports, the sport
even on consistent games of 266, youngsters and their families. everyone gets to play in a mean-
Editor/Publisher - Dan McDonough 268 and 266. Young bowlers should not be ingful way.
Sean Fujii rolled 775, Mike viewed merely as a possible Those kids who start bowling
Pat McDonough - 1967-1996 source of current income, but as at two or three years of age with
Brenner Sr. 767, Ken Carson 731,
Circulation Manager Editorial Assistant Matt O'Grady & Rick Whitling the lifeblood of the sport in bumper bowling, can still be
Henry Allen Immaculatta D'Elia 730, Frank Greco 727, Butch pumping new life forever and bowling decades, and even a
Contributing Writers Torbic 726, Dave Pfeiffer 724, ever. And it is vital for every century later, and the same
Chuck Pezzano George Faytok Joan Taylor Efren Capabran 722, Kurt Gould organization in bowling to fully will apply, everyone gets to play.
717, Harvey Ely 707, and Mike recognize that fact of bowling life.
Dick Evans John Jowdy

Martin Michel Vince Albrech Joe Rizzi Ibanez 703.
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Bowling Campus Continued from page 1

“The grand opening of the International Bowling research area will include cutting-edge tools such as a junction with the BPAA’s Bowling Summit, which will be
Campus is a historic event that ushers in a thrilling new robotic ball thrower, a computerized ball tracking system attended by proprietors representing thousands of bowling
era for bowling. Through the creation of the IBC, which and a state-of-the-art biomechanics package designed to centers from across the United States as well as the indus-
includes the first International Training and Research analyze actual bowling movements and test equipment. try’s leading manufacturers and suppliers.
Center, we have a world-class facility that enables us to The center will be the training home for Team
offer tremendous resources to help enhance the sport of USA, Junior Team USA, international teams,
bowling across all levels of play,” said Stu Upson, execu- numerous college and high school teams and
tive director of the USBC. “Additionally, working side-by- elite coaches.
side with the BPAA will further enable us to enhance and The campus will also be home to the
strengthen the sport of bowling on a local level.” International Bowling Pro Shop and Instructors
In addition to the BPAA and USBC, the International Association (IBPSIA), the School for Bowling
Bowling Campus will include the: Center Management, the Billiard and Bowling
• International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame – Institute of America (BBIA), Bowling News
Formerly located in St. Louis, Missouri, the International Network (BNN), Strike Ten Entertainment
Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame collects, preserves (STE), Bowling Writers’ Association of
and displays the 5,000-year history that has lead to the America (BWAA) and The Bowling Foundation
sport of bowling’s worldwide success. In addition to out- (charitable arm of the industry). “The new facil-
lining the history of bowling, the completely interactive ity will bring events such as the BPAA Bowling
21st century International Bowling Museum and Hall of Summit, International Bowl Expo in 2011 and
Fame will focus on the contemporary era of the sport, numerous nationally televised bowling competi-
specifically its youth programs and international competi- tions, which will enhance Arlington’s reputation
tion. The museum will also house the Celebrity Hall of as a leading Southwestern tourism destination,”
Fame exhibit, including inductees Lynn Swann, Jerome said Dr. Robert Cluck, mayor of Arlington.
Bettis and Tom Candiotti. Custom bowling industry mer- The grand opening celebration will also
chandise and branded memorabilia will be available at include: • International Bowling Museum and
“Spare Partz,” a unique concept in museum stores. Hall of Fame and ITRC ribbon-cutting by state
• International Training and Research Center (ITRC) – A and local officials • Ceremonial “first roll” on
United States Olympic Committee-recognized training the lanes at the ITRC • Unveiling of the “Walk
center, the ITRC will serve as a world-class training facili- of Fame” commemorative brick walkway at the
ty for professional and amateur bowlers, and will include main entrance to the IBC • Grand opening of
20 lanes for training, research, testing and television the ITRC pro shop and “Spare Partz” museum
broadcasts (of the 20 lanes, six will be used exclusively to store • Burying of a historic time capsule •
test and certify bowling equipment prior to worldwide dis- Open house and touring of the new facilities
tribution, replicating all lane conditions). The center’s The grand opening events will be held in con-
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Brian DiMarco Hit 300, Chen Golden

Brian Galbraith 290 At Rab’s Shootout
By George Faytok
In North Jersey HS Leagues STATEN ISLAND, NY - Nicholas
Chen claimed the Top Scholarship
At Holiday Bowl at the 4th Annual Rab’s Country
Lanes Junior Gold Shootout
By Vince Albrecht
Tourney in Staten Island, NY.
OAKLAND, NJ - The winter sports season had hardly begun before Chen led the Top Sixteen
several of the talented high school bowlers gave spectators an inkling through the two-game single elim-
of their skill levels. Pascack Hills won their first four matches behind ination finals by defeating Johnny
senior Brian Galbraith who stunned the crowd with a 290 on opening Tan (277 high game of the tour-
day and is averaging a cool 222 while sophomore teammate Bryan ney-211) 488 to 288, he then beat
Kist is holding a 221 mark. Joey Arenas 401-256 and Carla
The following week, Bergenfield sophomore Brian DiMarco earned Ann Spoto 379-331 to gain entry
Athlete of the Week honors by producing a perfect game at Holiday to the championship match.
Bowl and was averaging a gaudy 247. Peter Diemer earned his way to
In the Bergen County Scholastic League at Wallington, Wood-Ridge the championship match by
senior Alex Prell, last year’s North Jersey Bowler of the Year, smoked a defeating Mary Kate Hart 404-
289 and is currently at a 215 rate. Teammate senior Nick Roman is 312, Jameel Jones 407-322 and
courting an average just under 200 after his huge 280 in his last session. Ashley Gottlieb 426-303.
In the North Jersey Tri-County Conference, Passaic Tech junior In the one-game championship
exploded with 289 at T-Bowl where highly touted girl bowlers’ Clifton match, Chen edged Diemer 212-
junior Sonja Shirak and DePaul sophomore Colette Malyack stroked 211. Chen in the 10th frame need-
their way to 267 highs, cracking the “700” threesome barrier as well. ed 8 to tie and 9 to win, came up a
Top three-game sets among the boys to date include Tim Scott, West bit high leaving the 6-10, but as
Milford 741, Chris Auld, Fair Lawn 738, Rich Gutches, Passaic Tech luck would have it, a pin rolled
727, Sounjin Choi, DePaul 724 and Vincent Sierkierski, Don Bosco over to knock out the 10 pin for
710. Best two-game totals this far are Brian DiMarco, Bergenfield 531, the win.
Marc Solangon, Bergenfield 510, Brian Galbraith, Pascack Hills 492, Chen won a $200 scholarship on
Bill Olszewski, Northern Highlands 489, Jason Scott, Pompton Lakes this Sport Condition PBA Cheetah
487, Sean Carmody, Ridgefield Park 485 and Corey Czechowski, pattern. 31 bowlers participated.
Secaucus 484.
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Ken Tursiella 730 Dan Barker 722
OAKLAND, NJ – In the Monday
Nite Early Mix League Ken
OAKLAND, NJ- Dan Barker led
the scoring in the Sunday Jersey Lanes
Tursiella shot 730, Stacey Bade Gutterdustsrs League firing games
247-223-684, Scott Merwede 268- of 249-248 for a high series of Presents The 16th Annual
682, Todd Ascenzo 256, and Lady 722.
DiGagliano 236-609. Ed Casler hit 246-656, John
S. Chrzanowski 705 Ellicott 242-652, and Lisa Killi 234.
OAKLAND, NJ – Sharon Chuck Coslet 721
Chrzanowski led the scoring in the OAKLAND, NJ – Chuck Coslet
A/C Challenge League firing led the scoring in the Pop’s Coslet
games of 266-223-216 for a high Memorial League firing games of
series of 705.
Bud Mann shot 288-695, Tony
Chrzanowski 691, Claude Greenip
279-234 for a high series of 721.
Chuck Wassmer hit 256-690,
Butch Matthews 245-651, and
277-687, and Lisa Klics 256-609. Kathy Hanek 221. In Scholarships
($1,000.00 in each Division)
Carlos Javier 300 at Wallington
WALLINGTON, NJ - Carlos Javier blasted a 300 game en route to a 682
set while rolling in the Tuesday Late 4-Man League at Wallington
Ulises Medran shot games of 238, 213, and 278 for the night's high
series of 729 Nelson Hernandez posted a 703 highlighted by a 268 game
followed by Paul Tortorici with 267-703, Nick Dasaro 696, Rafael February 8, 2009 deadline for entries. USBC Sanctioned Scholarship Tournament
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In Youth Holiday Team Challenge
Gary Toth 763 J. Krupinski 712 Don Versace 697 Elmwood Park, NJ– Loads of excitement at Parkway Lanes for the
HOPELAWN, NJ- Gary Toth HOPELAWN, NJ- Joseph HOPELAWN, NJ – Don Versace running of the eighth annual Holiday Team Challenge and when the
topped the scoring in the Krupinski led the scoring in the rolled 204-226-267-697, Jeff smoke cleared, Monmouth County’s Howell achieved the rare feat of
Middlesex County Classic League Atlantic City Trios League firing Nemeth 225-693, John Baginsky capturing both the boys and girls titles.
firing games of 239-236-288 for a games of 256-212-244 for a high 214-258-657, and Bob Banko The Rebels, a Central Jersey Group IV powerhouse, was the only
high series of 763. series of 712. 223-257-646 in the Knights of entry outside of North Jersey schools. The Howell girls, who won for
Bob Crandall shot 224-247-279- Robert Terefenko shot 278-235- Columbus League. the third straight year, were led by Jessica Henri and Arianna Mattera,
750, Frank Mortensen 258-241- 701, Bob Joseph 212-215-257- Rose Lada 686 both named to the all-tournament team. Pressing the Rebels to the very
247-746, John Kertesz 258-258- 684, Ralph Doerfler 208-233-226- HOPELAWN, NJ – Rose Lada led end was an inexperienced IHA squad, which had only one player back
736, and Vinny Medvetz 258-224- 667, and Chris Krupinski 210- the scoring in the Saturday Nite from last year, junior star Nicole Linder, who also made the all-tourna-
250-732. 237-633. Mixed League firing games of ment team.
Bill Slattery 745 Joe Bloodgood 705 246-256 for a high series of 686. For the boys, Howell’s win was somewhat of a surprise, turning back
HOPELAWN, NJ – Bill Slattery HOPELAWN, NJ- Joe Bloodgood Killer Briggs shot 245-200-641, highly rated quintets such as Bergen Catholic and Bergen Tech. The
topped the Garden State Mixed led the scoring in the Family and Lenny Gonzalez 224-212- latter received strong outings from seniors Johnson Paul 646, good for
League firing games of 244-256- League firing games of 224-225- 603. ninth place in the qualifying round and touted Steve Patchen 629.
245 for a high series of 745. 256 for a high series of 705. D. DeBenedetto 686 The all-tournament girls’ team were Crystal Keller, Lenape Valley
Dennis Mega shot 213-250-238- Sal Angotti rolled 225-206-246- 593, Nicole Linder, IHA 592, Jessica Henry, Howell 591, Arianna
HOPELAWN, NJ- Dan Mattera, Howell 564 and Clifton’s talented junior Sonja Shirak 556.
701, Sean Williams 244-239-644, 677, Bob Krimin 213-247-214- DeBenedetto led the scoring in the
and Joann Nieratka 223. 674, and Bryan Applegate 219- The boys’ all-stars consisted of last season’s North Jersey Bowler of
Monday Madness League firing the Year Alex Prell, Wood-Ridge 707, Eric Negron, North Bergen 687,
Ron Tanko 719 214-606. games of 269-238 for a high series
Michael Morris 700 Andrew Suscreba, Queen of Peace 681, Brian Galbraith, Pascack Hills
HOPELAWN, NJ- Ton Tanko led of 686. 675 and Chris Auld, Fair Lawn 673.
the scoring in the Gemini Towing HOPELAWN, NJ – Michael Nick Viverito hit 246-236-672,


League firing games of 236-204- Morris rolled 200-236-264-700, and Chris Simeone 204-289-640.
279 for a high series of 719. and Drew Rucinski 218-205-223- In the Wednesday Early Birds
Joe Herber shot 225-211-227- 646 in the NJ Turnpike League. League Charlene Martino hit 226-
663, Vinny Medvetz 226-244-656. 221-639. Proof Sports Reporter advertising works.