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Vol. 77

No. 26

August 31 - September 6, 2016

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Amleto Monacelli Wins PBA50 National Championship

By Jerry Schneider - PBA ELKHART, Ind. – Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli concluded the 2016 PBA50 Tour season by winning the PBA50 National Championship to Benefit Riley Hospital for Children for his fourth PBA50 major title on the tour for players 50 years and older. The Venezuelan defeated two-time PBA Tour and one- time PBA50 Tour titlist Sam

PBA photo Amleto Monacelli with proprietor Roger Brown
PBA photo
Amleto Monacelli with proprietor Roger Brown

after making mistakes. “It would have been easy for me to lose my compo- sure and let that get the best of me,” he continued. “I wasn’t thinking, oh, I’m going to lose the match. I was thinking about what I needed to do to throw a better shot. It helped that in both cases it was early in the match because that gave me time to make the corrections.” Monacelli’s other

PBA50 major titles were

Maccarone of Blackwood, N.J., 224-212, in the title match at Signature Lanes to also win his second title of the season and the seventh of his career. As the No. 3 qualifier for the stepladder finals, the 54-year-old Monacelli had to win two come-from- behind matches to get to the title match. In the second match, he left splits in the first two frames that he failed to convert before roaring back with six consecutive strikes to beat fellow hall of famer Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., 235-233. In the semifinal match against two-time PBA50 Player of the Year Ron Mohr of Las Vegas, Monacelli was down by 30 pins in the fourth frame before stringing seven strikes together to win the match 256- 244 to advance to the title match against Maccarone. “I hope I can perform mentally and physically the way I did the last two days in every tournament I bowl,” said Monacelli, who is also a 20-time PBA Tour winner. “Those two matches were the best example of how I was able to stay calm and focus

the USBC Senior Masters in 2015 and back-to-back PBA Senior U.S. Open titles in 2012 and 2013. In winning his second title of the season, Monacelli became only the second player to win multiple titles this season. PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber, who won a record six PBA50 Tour titles, was the other. “I’m just trying to concentrate on learning as I go and don’t over analyze,” said Monacelli, who won the PBA50 Fountain Valley Open in June. “The way my game is now it takes me back to my best years on the tour in the ‘90s. I just need to do my thing.” In the opening stepladder match Bohn, a three-time PBA50 Tour winner, beat Hall of Famer Brian Voss of Centennial, Colo., who was trying for his second win of the season, 216-180. The other 2016 PBA50 major winners were Weber, who won the Senior U.S. Open and Senior Masters titles and Hall of Famer Norm Duke who won the Treasure Island Resort & Casino World Championship.

PBA photo Championship finalists Sam Maccarone, Ron Mohr Amleto Monacelli, Brian Voss, Parker Bohn III
PBA photo
Championship finalists Sam Maccarone, Ron Mohr Amleto Monacelli, Brian Voss, Parker Bohn III

Willie Fessler 300 at Rockville Centre

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Willie Fessler blasted a 300 game in the Wednesday Night Mixed League at Rockville Centre Lanes.

George Stephens, Sr. rolled 268- 213-247-728, Shaun Berkowsky 250-236-234-720, and Ray Brooks 236-227-253-716.

Mark Silva 300, Doug McFarlane 299 At Lodi Lanes

LODI, NJ – Contesting in the

Thursday Doubles at Lodi Lanes, Mark Silva was perfect with his

  • 300 game in a 1076 series fol-

lowed by Doug McFarlane Sr. tossing 299-1049. Billy Felde collected a 257 in his

925 followed by Ron DeLuca 279- 968, Rick Guevarra 278-985, Brian Creeley 257-944, David

Aponte 288-919, Chris Aponte 268-994, Paul Adams 279-279- 1055, and Bob Goswin 248-930.

Richard McColligan 300 at Rockaway

ROCKAWAY, NJ - Richard McColligan found the line to post a 300 game while rolling in the Summer Doubles at Rockaway Lanes and he finished the session with a 752 set.

John Ross rolled 279-695, Chris Sytsma 279-744, Noel Colwell 275-721, Brian Theriault 263, PJ Adams 254-694, Kara Cook 245- 659, Dori Tingoli 222-596, and Helen Cool 192-531.

Lenny Nguyen 300 at Jib Lanes

FLUSHING, NY – Lenny Nguyen

earned top honors in the Midweek Mixers Summer League at Jib Lanes blasting games of 300-207-

  • 243 for a high series of 750.

Thomas Hock hit 257-266-703, Glenn Magsombo 235-227-211- 673, and Jesus Paredes 226-205-

224-655.

Bob Starzec 300 at Farmingdale Lanes

FARMINGDALE, NY – Bob Starzec blasted a 300 game earn- ing him the spotlight while com- peting in the Friday Late Mixed League at Farmingdale Lanes.

Lou Getzelman shot 237-270- 243-759, Junior Pascual 224-255- 248-727, George Robinson 248- 225-254-727, and Richard White

201-237-269-707.

Fred Gutierrez, Don Aquino 300 At Lodi Lanes

LODI, NJ – Taking the lead in the Monday 670 Trios was Fred Gutierrez rolling perfect with a

  • 300 game and finishing with a 760

set while Don Aquino rolled his

  • 300 in a 757 series.

Eric Perez posted a 279 game fol-

lowed by Manny Gonzales with 268-700, Jake Rollins 267, Eddie Penafiel 268, Sean Meyer 257, Joe

Burgos 276, Dave Henderson 254, Mike Roman 253-709, Mike

Brenner Sr. 256, Hasan High 259, and Chuck Trimblett 259-715.

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SPORTS REPORTER

August 31 - September 6, 2016

Joan

Taylor’s .....

Ten

Pin

Rap .....

Justin Rizzo, Ogdensburg, saw his first 600, a 602 on games of 159, 209 and 234 on a 162 aver- age. This was in the Adult Junior league at Sparta Lanes. He also tied his high single game with the 234. He used a Venom Shock (strike ball) and Columbia Bumble Bee (spare ball), drilled by Phil Rapavi at Holiday Bowl. Here’s the kicker: Justin is 10 years old. He has been bowling for 6 years, his first league being at Maple Lanes in Brooklyn NY. Through the years his family has helped him, and former pro Marianne DiRupo has also coached him.

This kid is grounded. Rather than aspire to a 300 or 800, he would like to get a higher 200, such as

  • 240 or 260 and higher 600, maybe

  • 630 for his next goal. The beauty

of the 602 was that his father, Nick

was his teammate and got to see every shot. Mom Jodi Lee and sis- ter Dorrie-Anne also bowl. His sister is co-captain of the Walkill bowling league. Justin is going into the fifth grade at Ogdensburg Public School. He will be bowling in the

Scholarship Doubles league at Sparta Lanes. Meanwhile he dedi- cated his first 600 series to his family because “they’re the ones who got me into bowling and helped to train me.”

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Did you see Brian Voss win his first PBA 50 title, Dave Small’s Championship Lanes Classic? It was webcast on PBA’s Xtra Frame, he won the day before his 58th birthday and looked and bowled as he did during his early days on tour. I thought back to an interview I did with him many years ago. He had been a good bowler and an “Army brat” when

his family moved around often.

He said that he was a typical rebel- lious teenager and joined the US Army in rebellion to living at home. He was stationed in Germany and found out about the “bundisliga” or traveling bowling league. He averaged in the 190s at the time which was considered golden overseas. He traveled around Europe with the league,

 

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and won a good bit of money. While I had wanted to write his story about the young attractive

“playboy” of the tour, he opened with, “I am tired of the single life and am going to settle down. I am talking about the wife,

kids…

everything

including

.. house with a white picket fence. I don’t want to own a bowling cen- ter like some of the guys do. I’m not sure what I want to do.” That just about killed my story, to say the least. Somehow I pulled it together, but it was challenging. Another incident came to mind. Brian was in Connecticut for a tournament and his then toddler son was with him. A local reporter came into the pressroom to inter- view Voss, so Brian asked me to watch his son. That wouldn’t have been an issue, except that the reporter then mini-interviewed me. Voss had disappeared and the reporter asked me what role I played in the family. I said that I was the nanny (I had to think quickly). He asked a couple of questions about Voss as my employer: was he pleasant, fair, etc. Of course I said he was kind and generous. To this day, Brian still owes me for that!

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Eric Perkins Has Personal “Pro-AM” With Norm Duke PBA photo Due to circumstances beyond his control,
Eric Perkins Has Personal “Pro-AM”
With Norm Duke
PBA photo
Due to circumstances beyond his control, eight-year-old Eric Perkins
of Elkhart, Ind., arrived late for his scheduled pro-am at the PBA50
National Championship at Signature Lanes. But it turned out to
become the experience of a lifetime because his bowling hero, PBA Hall
of Famer Norm Duke, took the time to give Perkins a full game of per-
sonal instruction.
“The (PBA League) Dallas Strikers team is my favorite team and
Norm is my favorite bowler,” Eric said. “He’s funny and I just like the
way he bowls.”
During the game, Duke demonstrated a couple of his patented trick
shots including his ball-in-towel strike shot and two-ball 7-10 split
spare, both crowd pleasers.
The PBA50 National Championship pro-ams included a youth/Riley
Hospital for Children squad, corporate squad and open squad for the
general public.

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR FALL SWING’S MULTI-EVENT

TELEVISION WEEKEND

Tickets are now on sale for the multi-event PBA Fall Swing tele- vision weekend Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10-11, when the PBA will conduct the champi- onship finals for the Wolf, Bear, Badger and Detroit Opens along with the Fall King of the Swing finale – all for delayed broadcast on CBS Sports Network. The five stepladder finals will be conducted in the historic Thunderbowl Lanes arena in sub- urban Allen Park, Mich. The Wolf Open finals will be contested at 11 a.m. on Saturday followed by the Bear Open finals at 2:30 p.m. and the Badger Open finals at 5:15

p.m. Sunday’s telecasts will

include the Detroit Open finals at noon and the Fall King of the Swing finale – featuring the previ- ous four event winners plus the next highest player in Fall Swing competition points – will conclude the weekend at 3:30 p.m. All times are Eastern. To order tickets, visit pba.com/tickets. Tickets are $30 for each full day, or $20 for each individual event. CBS Sports Network telecasts of the PBA’s Fall Swing events will begin on Wed., Sept. 21, at 9 p.m. ET and continue over five consec- utive Wednesdays, concluding on Oct. 19.

August 31

- September 6, 2016

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NEXT UP ON XTRA FRAME: COVERAGE OF PWBA’S SEASON-FINALE SET FOR SEPT. 2-3

Xtra Frame’s coverage of the 2016 PWBA Tour concludes Sept. 2-3 with coverage of the preliminary rounds of the Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship from Uptown Alley in Midlothian Va. The PWBA Tour Championship, the final event of PWBA’s 2016 season, features a field of 16 PWBA champions and points leaders, concluding with live stepladder finals on CBS Sport Network on Sunday, Sept. 4. Three-day ($3.99), 30-day ($7.99) and Xtra Frame Season Ticket (a full-year’s coverage at an average cost of $1.25 per week) subscriptions are available by clicking on the Xtra Frame link on pba.com. New monthly or Season Ticket subscribers also are automatically entered into monthly sweepstakes where they have chances to win a new high-per- formance bowling ball from Brunswick, DV8 or MOTIV.

QUICK NOTES

● Concrete Software’s PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile game is ask- ing fans to vote on what new Product Registered balls they would like to see introduced into the game. This week fans can vote on the Ebonite ball they’d like to see added to the PBA Bowling Challenge. To take the survey, click here: http://bit.ly/EboniteBallPoll. When the “winning” ball based on fan input is selected, it will be available along with a code to purchase the ball for 50% off (the code will only be available on the specific companies’ social media pages). Each company also will have a flashback weekend where all its previous balls will be available for that weekend only.

● Reminder: Tickets are now on sale for all five PBA Fall Swing tele- vision finals which will be contested Sept. 10-11 in the historic Thunderbowl Lanes arena in Allen Park, Mich. To order tickets, visit pba.com/tickets. Tickets are $30 for each full day, or $20 for each indi- vidual event. CBS Sports Network telecasts of the PBA’s Fall Swing events will begin on Wed., Sept. 21, at 9 p.m. ET and continue over five consecutive Wednesdays, concluding on Oct. 19.

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PBA Hall of Famer and 35-time PBA Tour titlist Parker Bohn III hosts his 17th Annual Parker Bohn III Junior Scholarship Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 3, at Howell Lanes in Howell, N.J. In the 16 years to date the tournament has raised $88,000 including $10,000 last year. On Friday, Sept. 2, a doubles tournament and elim- inator will be held as a warmup. The field is limited to 64 teams, and last year the event sold out.

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Joe Laier 639

PBA Fall Swing Returns to Detroit’s Historic Thunderbowl Lanes

By Bill Vint - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. (Aug. 23, 2016) – Detroit’s Thunderbowl Lanes has seen enough bowling his- tory to fill a half dozen books on bowling lore, and it isn’t finished making an impact of the sport’s his- tory. The next chapter will be written when Professional Bowlers Association players from around the world return to suburban Allen Park Sept. 4-11 for the multi-event PBA Fall Swing, featuring the Wolf, Bear, Badger and Detroit Opens plus a Fall King of the Swing special event. All five events will conclude with stepladder finals televised by CBS Sports Network on five consecutive Wednesday nights beginning Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. ET. There is a lot on the line for PBA Tour players during this event, including berths in the lucrative DHC PBA Japan Invitational next January in Tokyo and four PBA Tour titles that could have a signifi- cant impact on the 2016 PBA Player and Rookie of the Year races. In addition to Wolf, Badger, Bear and Detroit Open titles, PBA mem-

bers will be competing for invita- tions to participate in the 2017 Japan Invitational. The top 10 based on total earnings for the Fall Swing will be invited to participate in Japan along with defending cham- pion Amleto Monacelli, one PWBA-PBA Women’s member, three players selected by tourna- ment sponsor DHC, one Korea PBA member, and 16 Japan PBA representatives. The 32-game head- to-head match play event in Japan will offer a $189,000 prize fund with $40,000 and a PBA Tour title to the winner (if he/she is a PBA member). All preliminary rounds of the PBA Fall Swing will be covered

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John Cummings 719

FARMINGDALE, NY – John Cummings led the scoring in the Wednesday Adult/Junior League rolling games of 2990- 225 for a high series of 719. Don Perillo shot 244-235-694, TJ Reilly 219, and Christina Perillo 215.

Larry Lasher 697

FARMINGDALE, NY – Larry

Lasher led the scoring in the Monday Night Fourplay League rolling games of 247- 233-217 for a high series of

697.

Daniel Schrafel shot 248-677, George Robinson 268-640, and David Freese 248.

Carly Licht 691

 

FARMINGDALE, NY – Carly

Licht led the scoring in the Monday Bowlympics Duos League rolling games of 213- 234-244 for a high series of

691.

Christopher Kelch shot 255-

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Edward Mencarelli 681

FARMINGDALE,

NY

Edward

Mencarelli

led

the

scoring

in

the Tuesday

Party

League rolling games of 216-

208-257

for

a

high

series

of

681.

Vernon Brown hit 256, Howie

Garfinkel

246-225, Thomas

Rogers

236,

and Miguel

Garrido 234.

Adam Chase 676

FARMINGDALE, NY – Adam Chase paced the scoring in the Thursday Pro Shot League rolling games of 244-238 for a high series of 676. Kenny Hosek hit 237-215- 641, John Cummings 236-209, and Jim Lizzo 222.

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FARMINGDALE, NY – Joe Laier led the scoring in the Wednesday Adult/Junior League rolling games of 215-

233 for a high series of 639.

Brian

Becktold

shot

230,

Matthew Pikowsky 203, and

Stephen Gardner, Jr. and Shawnee Barrett 193.

Steve Butera 235

FARMINGDALE, NY – Steve Butera shot 235, Rob Grieb and Austin Lester 211, John Grieb 196, and Patricia Bento 183 in

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265-947.

Monday 670 Trios:

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John LaBau 760

Pat Zenker 729

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – John LaBau topped the scoring in the Tuesday Nostalgia Mixed League rolling a high game of 290 and a high series of 760. Keith McCarthy, Jr. rolled 265-221-232- 718, Gregory Frank 251-246-686, and Nolan Ryder 232-209-643.

Anthony Cassonetto 734

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Anthony Cassonetto topped the scoring in the Custom Thumbz Singles League blasting

games of 222-289-223 for a high series of

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Pat Zenker led the scoring in the Wednesday Night Mixed League rolling games of 249-246-234 for a high series of 729. James Clanelli shot 237-230-257-724, Gary Robertson 267-702, Randy Catania 269-237-698, George Stephens, Sr. 241- 664, and Anthony Caleca 234-230-659.

Phil Rameau 719

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Phil Rameau led the scoring in the Tuesday Adult/Junior League firing games of 280-

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Raoul Vegosen 676

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – Raoul Vegosen led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed League rolling games of 216-247-213 for a high series of 676. Shaun Berkowsky rolled 236-234- 657, Dan DiGirolamo 258-653, Steve Lawson 248, and Donna Gregston

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John Lutter 670

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – John Lutter led the scoring in the Thursday Senior Birds League rolling games of 246-223-201 for a high series of 670. Michael Carpenter hit 257, Charles Johnson 245, and Ricky Amprado

243.

AJ Glenn 663

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY – AJ Glenn paced the scoring in the Tuesday Adult/Junior League rolling games of 222-234-207 for a high series of 663. Maria Lucente shot 237, Nicholas

Lastella 223, and Stephen Winley, Jr.

213.

Vincent DeMilla 236

ROCKVILLE CENTRE,

NY

Vincent

DeMilla

rolled

236,

John

Moran and John LaBau, Jr. 235, Steve Patitucci 216, and Boris Sosa 211 in

the Thursday

El

Cheapo Mixed

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August 31 - September 6, 2016 SPORTS REPORTER ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES 7 John LaBau 760 Pat

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SPORTS REPORTER

August 31 - September 6, 2016

ROCKAWAY ROLLERS

Tuesday Night Have a Ball: Michael Barker 167-453, Frank Lossa 157, Edward Greene 151-415, Donna Martin 144-417, Samantha Barker 141-386, Dorothy Barker 139-393.

Summer Doubles: Mike Kavanaugh posted a 289 game, Ken Yokoboksy hit 279-760, Dom Capozzoli 278- 739, Jeff Fischman 278 game, Jeff Fischman 278-729, Jim Testa 268, Kayla Beasty 219-581, Kara Cook 21- 535, Mickey Pukas 191-544, Dori Tingoli 187-525, Helen Cool 178-487.

Wednesday Early Birds: Michael Kirc 246-663, Jim Westergaard 232-659, Tonu Greene 227-599, Frank Grumka 222, Dianne Piasecki 202-521, Joan Ruah 185-487, Joann Brown 158-455, Antoniette Corbett 135-

346.

Thursday No-Tap: Michael Holdnak 300-832, Doug Batsch 300-777, Tim Bender 278, William Degnan

270, Kimberly Feehan 278-684, Camille McQueen 255-642, Tami Mehesy 243-632, Heather Terantino 230-

632.

Josh Valdes Tops LIGBT

LEVITTOWN, NY: Josh Valdes, a 33 year-old FDNY EMT from Staten Island, won his second consecutive Long Island Generations Bowling Tour house shot title at S. Levittown Lanes. Josh defeated Matt Stahura, Bayside, NY 286-253 to earn the $1,000 top prize. While Matt earned $600 for second, Jarret McMillan, Jamaica, NY came in third with a 250 worth $400. Fourth went to Robert Aiello, Oceanside, NY with a 203 earning him $300. The shootout was a good one as Josh didn’t earn the title until late in the match. After 5 frames Josh was trailing due to an open in his second frame and no string of early strikes. But he starting cranking out the strikes in the fifth frame with 5 in a row and coasted to a 33 pin victory. Matt secured his second place finish with spare in the final frame. Josh was the only title holder in the final shootout. The house shot resulted in high cut scores; 784 at 1pm squad and 755 at 3pm. High handicap series of the tournament was shot by Matt in the 1pm squad with an 845.

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9:00 9:00 P.M. P.M.
(Wednesday continued)
(Thursday continued)
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adult - 1 youth
1
seniors - 55 and up
2
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
games games & & step step ladder ladder finals finals
6:30 P.M.
_____________________
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
THURSDAY LATE NIGHT
call or stop in for more information
4
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED
6:20 6:20 P.M. P.M.
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
NOR BU LODGE & FRIENDS
& & FRIENDS FRIENDS
FOX HILLS SENIORS
1:00 P.M.
per team - Mixed
3
SPANISH-AMERICAN
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
per per team team - - Men Men Only! Only!
ROCKAWAY FOURSOME
6:30 P.M.
_____________________
ROCKAWAY WOMEN
6:00 P.M.
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_____________________
_____________________
per team - Mixed
6:00 P.M.
MORRIS HILLS MIXED
4:00 4:00 P.M. P.M.
5
11:00 A.M.
COUNTY TUESDAY NIGHT
6:00 P.M.
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USBC USBC Sport Sport conditions! conditions!
85% 85% of of 215 215 (sport (sport average) average)
3
ADULT/JUNIOR DOUBLES
PUT PUT TOGETHERS TOGETHERS
ROCKAWAY MIXED
6:30 P.M.
Sport Challenge
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per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
MONDAY NIGHT MEN
6:15 P.M.
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3
3
per team - Mixed
(Wednesday continued)
6:15 P.M.
MONDAY NIGHT MEN
MONDA
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(waiting (waiting list list only) only)
(Chester Men)
per team - Women - Handicapped
4
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2
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
SATURDAYS SATURDAYS - - 11:30 11:30 - - A.M. A.M.
BOWL BOWL
YOUTH YOUTH LEAGUES LEAGUES ALSO ALSO
S SUNDAY
4:00 4:00 P.M. P.M.
MONDAY NIGHT MEN
Junior Junior - - Senior Senior
THURSDAY
WEDNESDAY Y
TUESDAY
per team - Mixed - $11.00 per week
FRIDAY YYYY
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A
FRID
MONDAY YYYY
$30.00 $30.00 per per week week
$20.00 $20.00 per per week week
Cash Cash Payout Payout Weekly Weekly
“King of the Hill”
9:00 9:00 P.M. P.M.
4
Bumpers Bumpers -Bantams -Bantams -Preps -Preps
-4 -4 per per team team / / 30 30 weeks weeks
2
FRIDAY YOUTH
side side pots pots - - card card games games
match play - 80% of 245
week week - - split split season season
36
9:00 P.M.
per per team team - - Mixed Mixed Majors Majors
3
CLASSIC TRIO
9:00 P.M.
call or stop in for more information
(Thursday continued)
6:00 P.M.
“King of the Hill”
per team - Women - Handicapped
4
_____________________
MONDAY NIGHT MEN
4
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
_____________________
“King of the Hill”
_____________________
per team - Mixed
3
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
ROCKAWAY WOMEN
_____________________
6:30 P.M.
ROCKAWAY FOURSOME
(Chester Men)
_____________________
MONDAY NIGHT MEN
9:00 P.M.
CLASSIC TRIO
3
36
match play - 80% of 245
4
_____________________
per team - Women - Handicapped
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
_____________________
FRIDAY YOUTH
2
ROCKAWAY WOMEN
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ROCKAWAY FOURSOME
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COUNTY TUESDAY NIGHT
5
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
6:00 P.M.
ADULT/JUNIOR DOUBLES
THURSD
THURSD AY
match play - 80% of 245
6:00 P.M.
COUNTY TUESDAY NIGHT
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
5
TUESD
TTTUESD AY
UUU
LS MIXED
THURSDAY LATE NIGHT
4
4
2
_____________________
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
2
_____________________
11:00 A.M.
6:30 P.M.
ROCKAWAY MIXED
9:00 P.M.
SUND
SUNDAY
SUUUUUU
Sport Challenge
MORRIS HILLS MIXED
T/JUNIOR DOUBLES
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
_____________________
1:00 P.M.
FOX HILLS SENIOR
3
per team - Mixed - $11.00 per week
_____________________ _____________________
seniors - 55 and up
WEDNESD
A
3
3
90% 90% Handicapped Handicapped
2
11:00 A.M.
SPANISH-AMERICAN
per team - Mixed
3
_____________________ _____________________
ODGE & FRIENDS
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
_____________________
6:30 P.M.
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
4
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
adult - 1 youth
1
S SENIORS
3
per team - Mixed - $11.00 per week
_____________________
6:00 P.M.
NOR BU LODGE & FRIENDS
4
per team - Mixed - Handicapped
THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED
SPANISH-AMERICAN

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AR TS: September 12, 2016

TEAM TEAM

   

TEAM

TEAM

EAM

STANDINGS

STANDINGS

PER PERSON

PER PERSON

1st

1st

$4,500.00

$4, 500.00

$1,500.00

$1,500.00

2nd

2nd

2 d

$2, 505 00

$ $2,505.00

2 505.00

$835.00 0

$835.00

$835 0

3rd 3rd

$1, $1,005.00 005.00

$335.00 $335.00

4th 4th

$759.00

759.00

$

$253.00 $253.00

5th 5th

$693.00

693.00

$

$231.00 $231.00

6th 6th

$600.00

600.00

$

$200.00 $200.00

7th 7th

$546.00

546.00

$

$182.00 $182.00

8th 8th

$492.00

492.00

$

$164.00 $164.00

9th

9th

9t

$480.00

480.00

80 00

$ $

$ 60 00

$160.00

$160.00

10th 10th

$450.00

450.00

$

$150.00 $150.00

11th 11th

$429.00

429.00

$

$143.00 $143.00

12th 12th

$342.00

342.00

$

$114.00 $114.00

13th 13th

$285.00

285.00

$

$95.00 $95.00

14th 14th

$237.00

237.00

$

$79.00 $79.00

15th 15th

$201.00

201.00

$

$67.00 $67.00

16th 16th

$186.00

186.00

$

$62.00 $62.00

 

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