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Vol. 71 No. 15 June 16 - 22, 2010 50 cents
Essex County Tournament Record Set
Peterson blasted twelve strikes in
a row at the right time to tally a
300 game while contesting in the
Thursday Nite Mixed League at
Rockaway Lanes.
Danny Nykyforuk shot 269-258-
733, Scott Struble 248-222-204-
716, Nidia Haneveld 254-214-
659, Lance Hanson 243-202-226-
677, and Matt Hoffman 258-682.
Don Sylvia Wins PBA Senior
Northern California Classic
Steve Peterson 300 at Rockaway
Jack Prins 790 at Holiday Bowl
John Barilla 300-783 at Plaza
OAKLAND, NJ – Jack Prins
topped the scoring in the Sal
Marino Budweiser Classic League
at Holiday Bowl firing a high
game of 289 and a high series of
Josh Bindhammer rolled 279-
771, Neal Scheck 278-751, Joey
Jones 749, Chris Miller 716, and
Harry Scheck 707.
MADISON, NJ - John Barilla
earned top honors in the CMIL
League at Plaza Lanes firing a 300
game for a high series of 783.
Russ Kyzima hit 783, and
Jennifer Dunklin 213.
Dennis Riebesell Rolled 300
At Zone Carolier
Riebesell fired a 300 game to
highlight a 759 series in the
Middlesex County Major League
at Brunswick Zone Carolier .
J.D. Santalucia shot 279-268-
226-773 for the session high
series. Lou Matos rolled 263-224-
268-755, Sean Riccardi 290-258-
204-752, Dan Benovitz 234-238-
275-747, Derek Shawen 245-255-
234-734, Brian Lynch 289-225-
218-732, Russ Wiltsey 267-243-
216-726, Tom Tavalaro, Sr. 232-
258-234-724, Kevin Harrity 257-
236-225-718, Aaron Williams
244-235-236-715, and Pete
Danyo, Jr. 242-275-714.
Alex Cavagnaro Blasted 300-838,
Brian Ziesig Rolled 300-289-827,
Walter Kinel, John Lennon 300
At North Levittown Lanes
Cavagnaro blasted games of 300-
300 for a high series of 838 in the
Thursday Expressway Glass Trios
League at North Levittown Lanes.
Brian Ziesig shot 300-289-827,
Walter Kinel and John Lennon
300, Raj Kochar 298, Ziggy Ziesig
299, Barry Worman 802, Philip
Lambert 299-804, and Christina
Schulze 278-279-741.
Eric Taylor Jr. and Mike Ruggiero Win LIGBT Major Titles
Garden City, NY: The much antic-
ipated Long Island Generations
Bowling Tour (LIGBT) Memorial
Day Weekend Major at Garden City
was a big success. Scratch champi-
on Eric Taylor Jr. of Brooklyn, NY
won $3,000 and the handicap
champion, Mike Ruggiero of
Smithtown, NY, took home $2,000.
Close to 400 bowlers packed the
bowling center and after 6 qualify-
ing squads, and a four round finals,
two new LIGBT Champions were
The scratch event attracted 150
bowlers and it was obvious from
the start the lefties were at a tremen-
dous advantage. The PBA Viper
pattern was used and low scoring
was expected but the dominance by
the port side was frustrating.
Twelve out of the 18 finalists were
The final shootout was dominated
by young Eric Taylor who started his
final game with the first 6 strikes. The
other two finalists were trying their
best to find a shot but before they
could figure it out Eric had a 45 pin
victory. To win his first LIGBT title
Eric rolled a 243 while Senior
Champion Tim Regan of E. Northport
finished second with a 198 ($1,500)
and Adam Sher of Commack took
third ($1,000) with a 166.
The 210 and under handicap
event had another great turnout as
236 bowlers packed AMF Garden
City. A total of 29 bowlers
advanced to the finals with 6
bowlers earning byes by leading a
squad. High series for the handicap
event was thrown by Tom Piazza of
Roslyn, NY rolling a 750 series
with handicap and bonus pins. Tom
earned 2 byes in the finals for his
high series.
The final match was very close as
Mike Ruggiero and Michael
Bernard, Copaigue, NY, bowled
head to head to determine the
LIGBT Handicap Champion. Mike
Ruggiero started with a 17 pin
handicap advantage and never let
his lead slip away. In fact, the 17 pin
advantage wound up being a 16 pin
victory; 204 to 188. Mike Ruggiero
earned $2,000 for his victory while
Michael Bernard took home
BRENTWOOD, Calif. (June 2,
2010) – Don Sylvia of Reno,
Nev., defeated J.P. Muller of
Gervais, Ore., 209-173, to win his
third career Professional Bowlers
Association Senior Tour title in
the PBA Senior Northern
California Classic at Harvest Park
Sylvia, who won his last title in
the Lake County Indiana Open in
Hammond, Ind., three years ago,
earned $8,000 while Muller, a
non-titlist bowling in only his
seventh Senior Tour event, won
$4,500 as runner-up.
“I had a couple of bleak years,
personally and with injuries,”
Sylvia said, “but I’m in a good
place in my life now. I feel like
things are back on track. “I also
worked at Harvest Park Bowl for a
long time,” he continued. “I’ve
always had a great feel for this
place…..It all feels like a dream.”
Sylvia was nearly perfect in
defeating Kerry Painter of
Henderson, Nev., 289-187, in the
semifinal round while Muller elim-
inated Ross Packard of San Jose,
Calif., 235-201.
In other featured matches, Ron
Garr of Ridgedale, Mo., dis-
patched top qualifier Ron Mohr of
Eagle River, Alaska, 3-0, in their
best-of-five-game Round of 16
match. Sam Ventura of Syracuse,
N.Y., spoiled Walter Ray
Williams Jr.’s Senior Tour return
to the Northern California area
where he spent most of his earlier
career, 3-2, in the Round of 24.
Ventura’s 247-245 decision in
their fifth game ended Williams’
hopes. Painted ended Dale
Traber’s bid to defend his title in
the Round of 24, 3-2.
The PBA Senior Tour now
heads to Las Vegas, Nev., for
back-to-back major champi-
onships. Wayne Webb of
Columbus, Ohio, will try for his
third consecutive Senior U.S.
Open title June 6-11 at Suncoast
Bowling Center on the north side
of Las Vegas. The following week,
Dale Traber of Cedarburg, Wis.,
will try to defend his USBC Senior
Masters title across town at South
Point Bowling Center, June 13-18.
PBA LLC photo
Don Sylvia is back on top with his Senior
Northern California Classic win.
BELLEVILLE,N.J. – Ultimate
Construction set a new County
Tournament record of 3590 in
winning the team net title in the
80th Essex County
Championship Tournament held
at Brunswick Zone, Belleville.
Rob Sperling (765), Charlie
Bianco (762), Rudy Johnson
(710), Captain Vincent Stanziale,
Sr. (680) and Albert (Mickey)
Grassi (673) combined to beat the
old record by 169 pins in winning
the championship.
The gross team title was won by
the 7-10 team featuring Captain
Ben Sowizral with a 727, Chris
Costa 682, George Ackerman
668, Ibrahiym Gladney 624 and
Brianna Balkin 607 with a net
score of 3304 and handicap of
441 pins for a gross total of 3743.
In the singles competition Kelly
Haug won both divisions, shoot-
ing 747 scratch to win that divi-
sion and adding 99 pins in handi-
cap for an 846 to win the handi-
cap division. In the doubles
event, Elliott (Sal) Gywnn (733)
and Joe Kowalski (726) won the
scratch division with a total of
1459 while Dennis Domerstad
(690) and Johnathan Santos (639)
won the handicap division with a
scratch score of 1329 and 273
pins in handicap for a total score
of 1602.
Charlie Bianco was the All
Events Division A winner with a
score of 2152 while John R.
Colgate, Jr. won the B Division to
win his 15th County
Championship. During the tour-
nament Rudy Johnson and
Marcel Danley rolled 300 games.
Last Friday’s Morris County
USBC Youth Association’s 22nd
Annual Awards Dinner was great as
usual. Seeing the young bowlers,
their families, youth association
officers, and the legend, Emma
Hendrickson in one place (Zeris Inn,
Mountain Lakes) is always gratify-
ing. And what is more inspiring than
hearing of the young people’s
accomplishments? Of particular
note was this year’s Emma P.
Hendrickson scholarship winner,
Nicole Chanin. This Sparta High
School student has a grade point
average of 3.87.She aspires to attend
Vanderbilt University and bowl with
their team. She is not only a scholar
but also enjoys the Junior State of
America, Russian Elementary
School Tutor and Peer Development
Program, Habitat for Humanity and
Key Club. By the way, she bowls,
too, with an average of 194, high
game of 278 and high series of 791.
One of her many highlights was
bowling in Holland in the People to
People US Ambassador Youth
Friendship Games, winning first
place team and first place girls’ indi-
vidual high game with 268. Nicole
was presented with a $1,000 schol-
There were too many awards to
list here, but the year-end achieve-
ments are a good representation.
Some youngsters even won the
“triple crown” which is high aver-
age, series, and game. Here they are:
Bantam Boys: Evan Weinberg, 173
average, 528 series, 254 game
(triple crown); Bantam Girls: High
Average and Series: Corinne
Clemente, 109 avg., 457 series.
High Game, Emma Thies, 162. Prep
Boys: Allen Warner, 170 average,
552 series, 253 game (triple crown);
Prep Girls: Kimberly Keller, 148
average, 540 series. Jenna
Henderson, 214 high game. Junior
Boys: Ross Whitehead, 201 aver-
age, 729 series. High game: Greg
Tack, 278. Junior Girls: Giana
Loyer, 197 average, Laura Zaugg,
727 series and Giana Loyer, 277
high game. Major Boys: High
Average, Steven Haneveld, 226.
High Series: Michael Angle, 822
with honors going to Jason
Maulbeck and Steven Haneveld for
804 series. High Game: 300 for
Matt Coombs, Eric Gentilella,
Steven Haneveld, Jon Hawxhurst,
Jason Maulbeck and Scott Wilcox.
Major girls: High average: Crystal
Keller, 205. Series: Nicole Chanin,
700 and Heather VanDyk, high
game of 280. Don’t forget these are
youth bowlers!
Did you know? There are coupons
on boxes of Jolly Time® microwave
popcorn and Tony’s Frozen Pizza,
good for one free game of open
bowling, valid until August
31.According to,
area centers participating are:
Boonton Lanes, Rockaway Lanes,
Sparta Lanes and Oakwood Lanes.
How’s that for a nice free game of
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Paul DiSturco, Randolph, saw his
first 300 at the age of 49. He did this
in his only league at Rockaway
Lanes, the Tuesday Night Mixed
League, where he averaged 207.
This 39-year veteran of the game
got his start in junior leagues in
Union when the Four Seasons
Bowling Center existed. The story
behind his ball is a little unusual. His
teammate, John Pezzino, gave him
the ball which Paul then had Pro
Image Pro Shop redrill for him.
About five weeks into it, he scored
the perfecto in between a 203 and
He has chosen to get the ring from
the US Bowling Congress. And yes,
he admits to having been nervous. “I
tried not to trip over my feet. As
long as I didn’t trip, I was okay.”
When asked if the whole building
got quiet on his last shot he said, “I
don’t know.” Talk about being in
the zone! Paul’s Team, Hafta Bowl,
won the team event in last year’s
Morris County USBC BA
Championship tournament with
Paul and his teammates Gene
Pukas, Bill Ratliff, John Pezzino
and Chuckie Briggs. DiSturco
would like to someday see an 800
series. For now he’s happy to bowl
in his one league and enter county
and state tournaments.
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Joe Miller, 47, saw his sixth per-
fect game, this at Rockaway Lanes
in the Monday Night Early Birds
league. He posted 244-300-236 on a
222 average for a 780 total. You
would think he wouldn’t be nervous
on the final ball, but he admits to “a
little nervousness. My wife, Donna,
had never been present for my other
300s, so this was special. And she
was nervous!”
Joe has been bowling for 26 years.
In earlier times, Pro bowler Teata
Semiz helped Joe conquer the 7-pin,
as Joe is left-handed, at Columbia
Park Lanes in Union City. His only
bowling goal is “to continue to be
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Calendar: July 30-Aug. 1: Tenth
Annual Pro Image Bowling Camp.
Contact Pro Image Bowling at 973-
625-5554. This year’s pro guest
will be multi-Bowler of the Year
and 47-title holder Walter Ray
Williams, Jr., who will come in on
Sunday, August 1, to chat, answer
questions, coach, and challenge one
of the campers to a one-game
The 2010 Garden State Games
will return on Sunday July 11 to
Majestic Lanes in Hopelawn, NJ.
All division entrants bowl two
blocks of three games each.
Immediately following, the medals
are awarded. This is a fun tourna-
ment and spans all age groups from
youth bowlers under age 12 to sen-
ior citizens. Entry fee is $25 for this
singles event. Applications have
been sent to last year’s entrants. For
more information contact
Chairperson Joyce Brokling at 973-
895-5399. There is still time to
enter, as deadline for entries is June
2 SPORTS REPORTER June 16 - 22, 2010
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Idle bowling thoughts.
...I happen to live near a moun-
tain, a little one, but one that does
have plenty of wildlife. So it's no
surprise when you see an animal
here or there. But one morning I
was up early and there on my
lawn, a little lawn, pranced 9 large
wild turkeys. In less than 20 min-
utes the gathering had increased
to 19. My bowling side of my
brain quickly calculated that if I
was bowling those 19 gobblers
would have translated into 57
...The best motto ever used in
bowling was the simple one of
bring a friend. If every bowler,
even now and then, brought along
a friend to bowl, and maybe join
or rejoin a league, it wouldn't be
long before the bowlers would
need more centers.
...Behind every star bowler is an
instructor who claims there's a
good instructor behind every star
bowler. Yet nothing is more exas-
perating than a bowler who can
instruct well, and won't, unless it
is a bowler who can't teach, and
...Award programs are impor-
tant, and after a century of pro-
moting various award programs
by various groups for a wide vari-
ety of bowlers, care must be taken
when awards are eliminated. On
the outside most bowlers try not
to show emotion when they
receive awards, but inside they're
bursting with pride. Have you
ever visited any bowler's home or
business and not seen a trophy,
plaque or emblem on display?
...Back in 1970 Elvin Mesger
was the leader in sanctioned 300
games with 22. He was followed
by George Billick with 17, Dick
Weber at 16 and Lindy Faragalli
with 14. The only difference now
is that those numbers were for a
career and similar numbers cur-
rently posted are for a year.
...The determinization of a pro
or amateur remains confusing.
The only sure thing is that if you
are a member of the Professional
Bowlers Association, you are
indeed classified as a pro.
…A very palatial estate in New
Jersey has been on sale for a mere
$19.5 million. The impressive digs
have practically everything, and if
you're a bowler with bucks, the
deciding factor could be the two
lane bowling center on the proper-
ty. ...Glad to see the emphasis in
bowling is back on the sport side
of the game. Over the years,
dozens of top bowling writers
have endorsed such thinking.
...Why do we call it the "foul"
line? Why not call it the "fair"
...It's good to see Doug Kent
receive recognition. He has been a
very underrated bowler for most
of his long career, except to his
...If you tire of hearing so many
problems in the doings of athletes
who command mega-buck
salaries, take pride in the off lane
activities of top pro bowlers, most-
ly more giving than taking.
...The psychiatrist happily
informed his bowler patient that
he was now cured. "That's some
cure," said the bowler. "When I
first came here I was Walter Ray
Williams Jr. Now I'm just another
nobody bowler."
Jo a n Ta y l o r ’ s
Te n Pi n Rap. . . .
June 16 - 22, 2010 SPORTS REPORTER 3
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Championship Tournaments
Weekends in June at MapIe Lanes
1570 60
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Squads on Saturday begin at 7:00 pm
Squads on Sunday begin at 2:00 pm
Through Aug 15
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4 SPORTS REPORTER June 16 - 22, 2010
Fons McKoy 726 at Parkway Lanes.
Elmwood Park, NJ – Fons McKoy led all pin attackers with scores of
182-265-279 for a high series of 726 in the Wednesday, Teterboro
Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes.
Larry DeAngelo rolled 267-715, Rich DeLorenzo Sr. 257-692, Joe
Donnarumma 232-690, Rich DeLorenzo Jr. 236-685, Joe Mercurio 242-
680, Dave Begosh 242-666, Mike Aiellos 236-663, Dave Irwin 256-658,
& Mark Marton 256-654.
Bryan Kist Tops in Youth Travel
By Vince Albrecht
Fair Lawn, NJ– There have been nine “700” sets rolled in the Stan
Niemiec Youth Travel League this past season and Bryan Kist has five
of them, including the 268-716 at Fair Lawn where he now has three.
Even with teammates Brian O’Flaherty’s 250-628, Bobby McCarthy’s
221 and noticeably improved Shannon Rossi’s effort, Bryan’s Montvale
II squad barely salvaged two points, taking the finale from Fair Lawn I,
924-915. The victors benefitted from 14-year-old Deandre Lightly’s sea-
son-best 223,218,244-685; his younger sister Keenah came through with
a huge 191 while deuces were tallied by Jenn Houseward 205 and Simon
Lezaja 201.
Driven by 14-year-old Jake Rollins’ 237, Fair Lawn II grabbed undis-
puted possession of first place, sweeping seven points from the vacancy;
Maggie Schultz and Shaun Cairns both contributed over average three-
somes for the pacesetters. Montvale I took two of three from shorthand-
ed Bowler City behind Brian Galbraith’s 238-580 and Ryan Cauwels
199-545; Ryan Perez was tops for Bowler City with 190,192.
In a matchup of powerhouses, second place Holiday Bowl II came
roaring back from an opening game setback with scratch games of
853,875 to outslug sister entry Holiday Bowl I, 2815-2768. Impressive
numbers were put up by both sides: HB II’s Kyle Landau 255-669, Tim
Scott 227-658, Amy Silvestro 220-576 and Ryan Landau, a closing 249;
HB I’s Kyle Kattine 268-671, Alex Hubelbank 225-576, Kevin Macchia
232 and Ryan Kattine 198.
North Arlington, NJ – In a befit-
tingly climactic outcome, the
Cardinals held off sizzling S.A.S.,
452-444 to snare the North
Arlington Adult-Junior Doubles
title in a playoff after dropping
back to back position encounters
to the torrid S.A.S. duo. The latter
forced the rolloff with a runaway
season high 504 effort in the regu-
lation finale as Kevin Gavron
smoked a 278 to complement his
nephew Nick’s 226. Undaunted,
the Redbirds’ youth average leader
Will Blanco was unflappable in
the playoff, hammering 233 by
converting a crucial tenth frame
spare for the championship.
Team Awesome finished in third
place despite a 5-2 setback to
Juicy and 12-year-old Chris
McBride’s over average outing.
The Mighty Chipmunks escaped
the cellar, taking all seven points
from the Ghosts while the A Team
rode 12-year-old Nikki Arrigo’s
177,174 to a three-game sweep of
Café Tra-Ell.
Season-ending accolades to
youth achievers’ Will Blanco [200
average, 709 series, 259 game],
Nick Gavron [197 average, 691
series, 268 game], Nicolette
Arrigo [161 average, 591 series,
222 game] and Chris McBride
[524 series, 233 game].
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By Vince Albrecht
June 16 - 22, 2010 SPORTS REPORTER 5
Cathy Wheat 730
Wheat led the scoring in the
Monday Ladies Trio firing 277-
252-235 for a 730 high series.
Lisa Alvino hit 259, Kathy
Mottola 234, Laurajean Ballon
233, Maria Padovano 265-268,
and Christian LaScala 243.
Mike Tear 290
Doug Hellenbeck 290
In the Monday Men’s Tavern
League Mike Tear and Doug
Hellenbeck each blasted a high
game of 290.
Joe Lutz shot 287-757, Justin
Sullivan 277, Billy Graven 279,
Bryan Beach 268, Mike Kilgannon
734, and Troy Kelly 748.
Charlie Mottola 700
Charlie Mottola led the Saturday
Omega Mixed League with games
of 245-243 for a high 700 set.
Nick Terraciano shot 260, and
Suzanne Gercken 220.
Bob Haskin 697
Bob Haskin topped the scoring in
the Monday Seniors tossing 268-
Joe Marsiello shot 243-610, Bill
Miller 228, Ray Wilson 220,
Howie Herman 214, Bob Sahdkuhl
217, and Bill Sala 211.
Ed Snyder 265
Ed Snyder topped the Wednesday
Men’s Nite Out pitching a 265
game then added a 246.
Brian McGrath shot 256, Dominic
Turilli 257, and Chuck Coene 246.
Joe Turchiano 258
Joe Turchiano led the scoring in
the Monday Lu Hi Mixed League
firing a high game of 258.
Tom Annunziata hit 244, and
Vinny Russo 236-238.
Jon Crawford 245
Jon Crawford rolled 245, Tony
Dominick 236, and Rich Sanfilippo
234 in the Wednesday Hicksville
Elks League.
Fredda Amon rolled 225, Kathy
Calandra 212, Betty Espey 212-
212, Karen Garland 211, and
Nancy Stuber 210.
B. Nunnenkamp 758
Bob Nunnenkamp led the
Wednesday Grumman League fir-
ing 257-255 for a high 758 set.
Bill Dutton shot 249-290-721,
Heather Barber 268, Anna Bell
and Al Greengold 258. In the
Wednesday Swingtime Seniors
League Gene Kelly shot 234,
Cappy Caporusso 217, George
Kinkel 206, Barbara Gaffney 200.
Aris Sarantoakos 705
Aris Sarantoakos led the Friday
Prime Time Mixed League with a
high game of 278 in a 705 series.
Robert Hultins shot 251, Wayne
Martinez 247, Bob Starzec 245,
and Margaret Uminsky 214.
Bob Haskin 704
Bob Haskin led the scoring in the
Wednesday Young at Hearts
Seniors pitching games of 279 and
222 for a high series of 704.
Richie Coyer rolled 258, Mike
Dezervos 224, Bob Sandkuhl 222.
T.J. Greene 277
T.J. Greene led the Friday Astoria
Federal Men’s League firing a
high game of 277.
Mike Forman rolled 268, Kyle
Ludwig 267, Dave Fekete 266,
Billy Gatterdan 265, and Paul
Verdersosa, Jr. 712.
Dave Diamond 280
Dave Diamond led the Sunday
AM Trios tossing a 280.
Nick Lombardi shot 278-750,
Doug Polito 266, Devon Dinnono
265, and Ed Snevely 257.
Anthony Cordaro 276
Anthony Cordaro fired 276, Joey
Cordario 264, Bill Hammond 258,
Rob Haga 254, and Kevin
Coumatus 259 in the Tuesday BK
Sweenys League.
Christien Kempf rolled 223,
Shanna Barter and Concetta
Caraccio 220, Jennifer Traina 219.
Rich Kremler 266
Rich Kermmler led the
Wednesday K of C firing a 266.
Tim Mulligan shot 252-245, and
Pat Donovan 242.
In the Wednesday Ladies Scratch
League Barbara Shelton shot 226-
207, Virginia Vannier 221, and
Kathy Wodzinski 215.
Tom O’Reilly, Jr. 259
Tom O’Reilly, Jr. led the Monday
LIA League firing a high 259.
John Strockbine, and Ed werbeck
hit 255, Vin Spina 246, and Bubby
Bielanski 247.
Jim Fenimore 239
Jim Fenimore rolled 239 in the
Thursday Night Hits and Misses .
Ken Senll shot 236, and Kathie
Sasso 202.
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Keri May 731
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Keri May led
the scoring in the Fri. Tri Mixed
League firing games of 268-239-
224 for a high series of 731, and
Charles Whitehead hti 204.
Bob Olstead 739
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Bob Olstead
topped the scoring in the Mixed
League League firing games of
254-244-241 for a high series of
Jim Testa shot 247-217-238-703,
Walt Forrester 259, Keri May 257-
213-206-676, and Julianne
Cromwell 222.
Tim Panek 730
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Tim Panek led
the scoring in the Fri. Nite Men’s
League firing games of 265-246-
219 for a high series of 730.
Bill Ratliff shot 274, Ken George
267, Brian Pennella 252.
Randy Edwards 716
Edwards led the scoring in the
Lake Hiawatha A.C. League firing
games of 278-256 for a high series
of 716.
Joe Albensi, Jr. rolled 278-215-
214-707, Jim Westergaard 265,
Sam Sapio 260, Jamie Watson
256, and Vince Opalewski 255.
Nidia Haneveld 713
Haneveld led the scoring in the
Tue. Night Mixed League firing
games of 258-231-224 for a high
series of 713.
Scott Struble shot 255-211-223-
699, Steve Petersen 254-218-204-
676, and Matt Hoffman 266.
Mike Dean 653
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Mike Dean
rolled 247-226-653,and Steve
Bader 266-615 in the Holy Roller
Leroy Hopkins shot 233 in the
PBA Experience League.
Tammy Baldwin 646
Baldwin paced the scoring in the
Women’s League firing games of
244-212 for a high series of 646.
John Neral 627
Experience League John Neral
shot 227-202-627, Tom Lulewicz
228-206-616, and Noel Vega 236-
Keith Helbourg685
Helbourg paced the scoring in the
NorBu Lodge League firing
games of 247-235-203 for a high
series of 685.
Bill Karpack shot 246-218-205-
669, and Ann Meisner 200.
Bill Karpack 635
Karpack led the scoring in the
NorBu Lodge League firing
games of 212-224-635, John
Jenkins 241, and Craig
Carpenter 237.
June 16 - 22, 2010 SPORTS REPORTER 7
Route 46 East at GSP, Elmwood Park, NJ 07407
SUMMER leagues
now forming
George’s Memorial
4 per team- Mixed - 7:00 pm - start June

PBA Experience
Singles-Mixed - 6:30 pm - start May

4 per team - any combo - 7:00 pm - start June

370-440 Summer Doubles
2 per team-any combo - 7:30 pm - start June

Parkway Foursome
Any combo - 7:30 pm - start June

Summer Dominicans
4 per team-Men’s - 7:30 pm - start June

Summer Foursome
4 per team – any combo - 7:00 pm - start June

Parkway Summer Scrambles
Walk-in Event - 8:00 pm - starting June

King of the Hill
Walk-in Event - Sign-ups at 6:30 pm - start June

John Cavalcante 808
WAYNE, NJ – John Cavalcante
topped the scoring in the Guys
and Dolls League firing games of
275-245-285 for a high series of
Mario Pietrobono hit 289-769,
Chuck D’Angelo 760, Walter
Wojcik 707, Manny Costa, Jr.
696, Frederick Doot 693, and
Keri May 245-649.
Joanne Egan 748
WAYNE, NJ – Joanne Egan led
the T-Bowlettes League firing
games of 225-257-266 for a high
series of 748.
In another session Joanne
Egan led with a 279 game for a
high series of 720 followed by
Dot Tyrrel hit 258-671, Sharon
Papini 626, and Mary Zielinski
Keith Urquhart 744
Urquahrt led the scoring in the
Classic League firing games of
289-204-242 for a high series of
Mike Yunker rolled 245-208-
244-697, and Paul Fair 279-235-
Phil Pron 743
led the scoring in the Wed.
AT&T League firing games of
199-279-265 for a high series of
Cecil Burr, Jr. rolled 268, Mike
Coppola 266, and Philip Chmura
Bob Manning 691
Manning rolled 227-244-220 for
a 691 series in the Piscataway
Mixed Triples League.
Henry Pakosz 254
Pakosz led the scoring in the
He’s and She’s League firing a
high game of 254.
Anthony Johnson shot 252, and
Scott Tecza 252.
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Ryan Friend 766
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ryan Friend
led the scoring in the Madison
Park Men’s League firing games
of 243-257-266 for a high game of
Michael Brus III shot 266-265-
213-744, Brian Lynch 244-220-
279-743, Glenn Mohr 230-265-
246-741, Willie Zammitto 279-
228-223-730, Rami Ahmed 235-
231-258-724, Cesar Galloza 269-
232-221-722, Jay Pintus 245-234-
242-721, Joe Vaccaro 236-243-
John Halliday 761
John Halliday topped the scoring
in the Merck League firing games
of 267-216-278 for a high series of
Gerry Penna hit 212-230-625,
John Zavoda 244-608, and Jeff
Roberts 219-212.
Elio Carrasco 755
Elio Carrasco led the scoring in
the Sunday Nite Mixed League
firing games of 244-266-245 for a
high series of 755.
Tino Mendez shot 220-274-241-
735, Kevin Spann 235-243-228-
706, Jack Masculin 252-257-697,
Lauro Perez 201-214-243-658,
Mike Acevedo 209-226-634, Cid
Stentella 212-211-618.
John Syslo 738
John Syslo led the scoring in the
Thursday Mixed Nuts League fir-
ing games of 233-236-269 for a
high series of 738.
Don E. Hellhake hit 264-216-
237-717, Joe Herber 201-247-259-
707, and Pat Moreno 235-221-649.
John Strassner 736
John Strassner topped the scoring
in the His & Hers League firing
games of 233-257-246 for a high
series of 736.
Frank Capparelli, Jr. shot 234-
278-701, Mike Schugel 248-230-
216-694, Shelly Jacques 234-265-
687, Bill Smith 224-245-
656.Matt Cestone 733
Matt Cestone led the Thursday
Nite Mixed rolling 236-259-238
for a high series of 733.
Thomas Poulos shot 212-248-
236-696, Rollin E. Ball 289-203-
200-692, Kurt Mosszkowski 248-
221-641, Scott Akalewicz 213-
Rob Morris 715
Rob Morris led the Friday Nite
Mixed League firing 247-231-237
for a high series of 715.
Mark Wiget hit 237-224-235-
696, Rocco Fortunato 279-257-
686, Dave Rezes 274-228-675,
Glenn Aiello 215-245-649, and
Gary McGinness 279-637.
Thomas Tobias 688
Thomas Tobias led the scoring in
the Friday Late Night Mixed with
252-275 for a 688.
Dennis Lawrence shot 204-213-
611, Jack Gale 265-608, and Eric
Weinstein 223-602.
In the Bank League Sean Williams
shot 234-223-650, Matthew
Manenty 216-248-627, and Mike
Garcia 230-215-615.
Nick Viverito 658
Nick Viverito paced the scoring
in the Monday Madness League
firing games of 218-218-222 for a
high series of 658.
Frank Farina hit 204-203, Frank
Scalgione 237, Susan McG 255,
and Dan DeBenedetto 214.
In the Winter Senior Citizens
League Rich Rowley hit 202-203.
In the Bank League Mark
Cumber shot 223-613, and Keith
Fenton 210.
Jeff Lee rolled 220, Mike
Morris, Sr. 213, Ron Molinaro
212, and Mike Grant 210 in the NJ
Turnpike League.
Steve Salit shot 227-232-642,
Elio Carrasco 212, Don
Mascaritola 228, Warren Taureck
225, and Edward Harback 234 in
the Garden State Mixed League.
In the Knights of Columbus
League Mark Makwinski hit 221.
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