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Vol. 78 No. 30 September 27 - October 3, 2017 25 cents
Lynda Barnes and Parker Bohn III Win Masters Gold Nicholas Kideris Collected 300-802
At World Bowling Senior Championships At Farmingdale Lanes
By Matt Cannizzaro - PWBA Championships included the top FARMINGDALE,NY - Nicholas Both Lou Getzelman and Daniel
ARLINGTON, Texas - On 24 men and top 24 women from Kideris bolwed his first 300 and Levin bowled a 257 game, and
paper, there was no question the all-events standings (18 802 series in the Wednesday Duos Michael Fradera 256.
about the strength of the United games) competing in a bracket- League at Farmingdale Lanes.
States contingent headed to the style format featuring best-of-
2017 World Bowling Senior three matches. The top eight all- Randy Catania Hammered a 300
Championships, and the group events finishers received first-
was dominant at Dream-Bowl round byes. At Maple Lanes RVC
Palace near Munich, earning In the women's final, Barnes ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Jim Carey rolled 279, Steve Frey
nine of the event's 10 gold cruised to a 2-0 victory over Randy Catania bowled a 300 game 277, Matthew Carey 268, and
medals. Norway's Janne Monsen, win- in the Wednesday Night Mixed John Magilio 267,
The tournament ended as it ning 192-135 and 199-157. League at Maple Lanes RVC.
began, with United States On the way to the gold-medal
Bowling Congress Hall of match, Barnes downed her Team Stephanie Schwartz leads Junior Team
Famer Lynda Barnes of Double USA teammate Carolyn Dorin-
Oak, Texas, atop the podium, PWBA photo Ballard of Keller, Texas, 2-0 USA as PABCON Youth Championships
this time celebrating her Masters Lynda Barnes and Parker Bohn III (236-207 and 247-184). Monsen
gold medal. World Senior Championships rookie defeated all-events gold medalist Leanne Hulsenberg
Concludes in Mexico
Parker Bohn III of Jackson, New Jersey, also a hall of of Pleasant View, Utah, 2-0 (236-216 and 204-177). By Aaron Smith - USBC
famer, won on the men's side. ARLINGTON, Texas Stephanie Schwartz of Racine, Wisconsin, put togeth-
The Masters portion of the World Senior See MASTERS Page 2 er an inspired effort for at the 2017 Pan American Confederation Youth
Championships, taking home four gold medals to highlight a week of com-
petition in Monterrey, Mexico.
Shannon O'Keefe Won Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship The 2017 event concluded at Bol Obispado and featured countries from the
By Matt Cannizzaro - PWBA Dominion Building. American Zone split into two age-based divisions 21-and-under and 16-and-
RICHMOND, Va. - For the O'Keefe was slowed under for singles, doubles, mixed doubles (U16 only), trios (U21 only), team
third time in her career, only by a 3-6-7-10 split and Masters competition. Medals also were award for all-events.
Shannon O'Keefe of O'Fallon, in the third frame, which The girls team, featuring Schwartz, Breanna Clemmer, Sydney
Illinois, found herself in tears she was unable to con- Brummett and Julia Bond, cruised to the top spot in the medal count with
on the television set of a major vert, but spared a 10 pin a total of 11 medals, including gold medals in four of six events.
bowling championship, but in her final frame and got
The boys team included Brandon Biondo, Jeffery Mann, Kennon
this time it was as the winner nine on her fill ball to
McFalls and Cortez Schenck. The Junior Team USA boys matched Canada
of the 2017 Smithfield shut out Kulick, whose
for the most medals with five but was unable to record a win throughout
Professional Women's only strike in the second
the week, taking home one silver medal and four bronze medals.
Bowling Association Tour half of the game came on
Schwartz, a 21-year-old right-hander, kicked off competition by winning
Championship, the first major her fill ball.
singles, and she teamed with Clemmer on Monday to earn the top spot on
title of her career. "I've dreamed of this
the medal stand in doubles. Schwartz, Clemmer and Brummett claimed
The 38-year-old right-han- moment for a really long
der struck six times in the first time, and I don't know if gold in trios, and Schwartzs overall effort for 24 games helped her to the
seven frames of the title match there are words to all-events win with a 5,080 total, a 211.66 average.
against Kelly Kulick of describe how I feel," It felt really good to win gold for the first time, and it means the world
Union, New Jersey, and PWBA photo O'Keefe said. "I've been to be able to do it in my final year on Junior Team USA, said Schwartz,
claimed her sixth PWBA Tour Champion Shannon O'Keefe a contender at the U.S. I tried to stay calm, make great shots and knew my teammates were there
title by a 222-203 margin. The win earned O'Keefe Women's Open for the last decade and haven't been to support me no matter what. I will always remember this moment, but I
$20,000, while Kulick took home $10,000 as the run- able to pull it off, which has been frustrating. I'm just hope to have more opportunities to compete on the adult team in the future.
ner-up. overwhelmed right now by how this feels." Im really grateful for all of the opportunities Ive had in this program.
The championship round was broadcast live on CBS
Sports Network from Richmond Raceway's Old See OKEEFE Page 2
See PABCON Page 8
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Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1
The last time O'Keefe bowled for a major title was the 2015 U.S. Women's
Nearly a decade ago, Barnes medals at the World Youth rebounded with a 197-188 win.
Open, where she left, and missed, a final-frame washout, allowing United
formally announced her retire- Championships in 1990 but did Bohn was clean in the effort,
States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Liz Johnson of Deerfield, Illinois,
ment from the Team USA pro- not earn a gold medal in four while back-to-back open frames
to claim the second of her four consecutive U.S. Women's Open titles.
gram after 12 appearances on appearances at the adult version from Ciach in the sixth and sev-
This win also nearly got away from O'Keefe, who left a 4-6-7-10 split in
the team, allowing her to focus of the World Championships. enth frames were the difference.
the 10th frame of her semifinal match with Johnson. O'Keefe entered the
her attention on her family, Her senior debut also included Bohn earned his spot in the
final frame on a string of five consecutive strikes, and the miscue allowed
which includes husband, Chris, gold medals in singles and team, final with a 2-0 (227-172, 230-
Johnson to throw a strike and then spare a 7 pin for a 222 tie.
a Professional Bowlers silver in all-events and bronze 159) win over Australia's Shaun
It took three one-ball roll-offs for O'Keefe to lock up her spot in the cham-
Association star, and twin sons, in doubles with Dorin-Ballard. Cummings, and Ciach advanced
pionship match. Both players struck on their first two opportunities, and
Ryan and Troy. "I'm overwhelmed, speechless with a 2-0 (213-180, 215-192)
O'Keefe won the third, 10-9.
Though she still bowled regu- and super excited to be here," performance against Sweden's
"The split in the 10th was a really bad shot, and I knew it wasn't going to
larly, the return of the said Barnes, the 2005 Stefan Yngstrom.
Professional Women's Bowling QubicaAMF World Cup cham-
hold because I whipped my hand around it," O'Keefe said. "I immediately
The dominance for the United
Association Tour in 2015 really pion. "I was excited to get States Germany included sin- thought back to last time, but ultimately, I knew I threw nine great shots, and
gave her an extra push to get picked, and it was an honor to gles wins for Barnes and Ron I was happy. It wasn't the best result in a pressure moment, but it is what it
sharp. Once again representing bowl with such amazing Mohr of North Las Vegas, is. Then, she gave me an opportunity, and from that moment on, it was go. I
her country on the lanes has bowlers and teammates. It also Nevada, a doubles win for Bohn am grateful I had that second chance."
been a priceless opportunity. was great to see old friends and and Bob Learn Jr. of Erie, As the points leader each season since the PWBA Tour returned in 2015,
"The last eight or nine years make new ones and get to play Pennsylvania, a successful title Johnson has been seeded into the televised portion of the event. The three-
have been about raising a fami- with the best in the world." defense of the men's and time reigning PWBA Player of the Year has not been able to advance to the
ly and bowling when I could to Bohn's 2-1 victory against women's team titles and all- title match.
stay sharp, but when the Tour Canada's Joe Ciach was a little events victories for Hulsenberg On her way to the final, Kulick built an early lead against Shannon
came back, I wanted to be out more dramatic and ended with and Mohr. Pluhowsky of Dayton, Ohio, and led by nearly 40 pins at the halfway point.
there to support it," Barnes said. the experienced left-hander The contingent also included Two opens from Pluhowsky in the first six frames proved to be her undoing,
"I have not bowled very well on striking on his final fill ball to Lennie Boresch Jr. of Kenosha, and Kulick tossed nine strikes on the way to a 247-191 win.
the Tour, but I've learned a lot shut out Ciach and lock up the Wisconsin, and Tish Johnson of Kulick, a six-time major champion, also was the runner-up at the 2017 Go
by watching the young players gold medal, the third of his Colorado Springs, Colorado, Bowling PWBA Players Championship, losing to Johnson in the final.
and trying to get smarter. I think international debut with Team while USBC Hall of Famer and "I did my job and threw really good shots, and the ball reaction just went
it panned out well here, again, USA on his back, in a 238-237 USBC Gold coach Bill Spigner away a little bit," said Kulick, whose last major title was the U.S. Women's
with the help of supportive finale. served as the Team USA coach Open in 2012. "Swishy 7, ring 10, it could've gone either way. Shannon had
teammates." Ciach had the early momen- for the event. a good look all week long and bowled great. I have no regrets, but I'm real-
During her Team USA career, tum after a lopsided 256-170 In all, the United States won ly tired of finishing second. Overall, I had a great season. Even though Liz
Barnes won a pair of gold win to start the match, but Bohn 18 medals - nine gold, four sil- ran away with it, I finished second for player of the year. I'm making cuts,
ver and five bronze. The only I'm cashing and I'm making TV. That's all I can do, and next year, some-
event the United States didn't thing's going to give."

Sports Reporter win at the 2017 World Senior


Championships was women's
doubles, where the team settled
PWBA members qualified for the Tour Championship either by winning a
title during the 2017 season or earning enough competition points. All eligi-
ble 2017 PWBA Tour champions received automatic invitations to the Tour
Editor/Publisher Dan McDonough for silver and bronze medals. Championship, and the remainder of the 16-player field was filled through
Technology Editorial Assistants "The whole week was high- the PWBA points list.
Hank Allen Immaculatta DElia energy and high-pressure, espe- O'Keefe earned her spot at the season-ending event with her recent win at
Contributing Writers cially with just trying to make the PWBA St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open, Kulick secured her place with a
Joan Taylor Pat McDonough the cuts," Spigner said. "(Team win at the PWBA Fountain Valley Open and Johnson, the season's only
USA head coach) Rod Ross said three-time winner, advanced with a win at the PWBA Storm Sacramento
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subscriptions, or editorial content write to: standing on the podium and get- Pluhowsky, whose best finish this season was a runner-up effort at the
ting a medal, and he was Nationwide PWBA Rochester Open, was the lone left-hander to qualify for
E-mail: SportsReporter1940@gmail.com the Tour Championship and did so via the points list.
absolutely right. You can't
Or Dan at: mcdonough1@aol.com describe the pride you feel, and Johnson also won two of the season's three majors, the Go Bowling PWBA
Sports Reporter I am very grateful for the chance Players Championship and the U.S. Women's Open, while finishing second
I've gotten to help represent the at the other, the USBC Queens. Her consistency locked up her third consec-
P.O. Box 1491, Secaucus, NJ 07094 USA." utive player-of-the-year award before a single ball was thrown at this week's
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Bowling Senior Championships As the top two players on the season points list, Johnson and Kulick earned
took place on the 41-foot World automatic berths in the semifinals, while O'Keefe and Pluhowsky battled
Bowling Montreal oil pattern. their way through the 16-player single-elimination bracket, featuring best-
of-five matches.
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Jason Gomez 748 Nicole Baginsky 707 Jose Medina 687 Joe Parisi 676
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jason Gomez topped the HOPELAWN, NJ - Nicole Baginsky topped HOPELAWN, NJ - Jose Medina led the HOPELAWN, NJ - Joe Parisi paced the
scoring in the Premiere Pro Shop Sunday the scoring in the Monday Night Mixed scoring in the Garden State Mixed League Friday Night Classic League rolling games
Trios League rolling games of 234-257-257 League firing games of 221-248-228 for a rolling games of 204-259-224 for a high of 228-23-225 for a high series of 676.
for a high series of 748. high series of 707. series of 687. Vinnie Pagnotta hit 204-223-221-648,
Michael Morris, Jr rolled 204-217-289- John Baginsky, Jr rolled 279-664, John Doro Sperantzes hit 223-211, Ken Martino John Manganiello 268-635, and Russell
710, Joe Lampariello 245-244-676, and Baginsky 225-218-207-650, and Kristen 252, and Joe Grispart 229. Kyzima 236.
Shaun Bowler 222-220-214-656. Troutman 214-225-204-643. Brian K. McAdams 685 Joe Maloney 655
Dave Saban 735 In the Majestic Winter Senior Citizens HOPELAWN, NJ - Brian K. McAdams led HOPELAWN, NJ - Joe Maloney paced the
HOPELAWN, NJ - Dave Saban topped the League Fernando Chea shot 223. the scoring in the Saturday Night Strike scoring in the Don E. Hellhake Memorial
Middlesex Country Classic League rolling Nick Simone 696 Nation League rolling games of 258-207- League rolling games of 213-254 for a high
238-255-242 for a high series of 735. HOPELAWN, NJ - Nick Simone topped the 220 for a high series of 685. series of 655.
Angelo Fallacaro, Jr shot 267-279-716, Jay scoring in the San Remo Open 4 League Nathan Bryan, Jr rolled 257-215-669, Manny Yamzon shot 225, Tony DeRosa
Gomez 236235-244-715, and Brian rolling games of 223-230-233 for a high Mario J. Martinez 214-261-669, and Steven 226, and John Syslo 214.
Adamson 255-258-708. series of 696. C. Weeks 225-228-212-665. Jason Hollenstein 648
Rob Sarate 648 Michael Pilot hit 269-657, Joe Leandro Kyle Jannuzzi 656 HOPELAWN, NJ - In the Wednesday Night
HOPELAWN, NJ - Rob Sarate paced the 216-215-226-657, and Bill Larsen 242. HOPELAWN, NJ - Kyle Jannuzzi paced the Trios League Jason Hollenstein shot 204-
scoring in the Merck League rolling games In the Family League Daniel Pawelek scoring in the Thursday Night Mixed 222-222 for a high series of 648.
of 214-244 for a high series of 648. rolled 235-211, Steve Osaidacz 229, and League rolling games of 216-246 for a high Michael Dellamanna hit 245-216-615,
Tom Vickery shot 234, and Mike Eglesia Anthony Angotti 217. series of 656 and Jake Olszyk hit a 228. Mike Kelly 222-224, and Erick Kerekes
223. 225.

Journey to PBA50 Player of the Year Became a Nail-Biter for Brian LeClair
New York native finally realizes potential as PBA50 Tour resurrects 52-year-olds professional career
By Jerry Schneider - PBA career was finally rewarded when like I would come out of the gate U.S. Open defeating LeClair, 173-
CHICAGO For Brian LeClair, he won PBA50 Player of the Year just killing it in every round but 158, in the title match. He had
the quest to winning 2017 PBA50 honors on the strength of his wins then Id lose it in the middle of the three other top-five finishes
Player of the Year honors turned in the Pasco County Florida Open round. I could never figure it out. including a third in the PBA50
from a relatively sure thing into and Johnny Petraglia BVL Open Competing on the PBA50 Tour Players Championship.
one of those I cant bear to presented by Brunswick, and a has resulted in a resurgence of Ron Mohr of Las Vegas success-
watch moments that character- runner-up finish in the Suncoast LeClairs career. A big weight was fully defended his PBA60 Player
ized his earlier PBA Tour career. PBA Senior U.S. Open presented lifted off his shoulders in his rook- of the Year crown, winning the
LeClair, the 2017 seasons only by Storm. ie season in 2015 when he won his PBA50 South Shore Open for his
two-time winner, held off chal- The best thing about it is I first PBA national title in the first win against the 50-and-older
lenges by two of the PBAs all- finally have my name on some- PBA50 Fountain Valley Open. He generation in five years as well as
time greats Norm Duke and thing, LeClair said. Im just as had another quality season in winning USBCs Super Senior
Parker Bohn III who took the happy for my friends and family 2016, without a title, but he was Classic for 60-and-older players.
PBA50 Player of the Year race who supported me because I think back in the winners circle right He had three other PBA50 top-
into the stepladder finals of the they wanted it as bad as I did. away in 2017. five finishes during the season and
PBA photo
DeHayes Insurance Group Heading into the DeHayes Brian LeClair What makes winning (PBA50) a second in the PBA60 Killer B
Championship presented by Pro Insurance Group Championship, player of the year so rewarding Open.
Bowl West and Ebonite in Fort LeClair held a substantial lead in he finished seventh in the tourna- was doing it an era when so many Finishing in the top eight in
Wayne, Ind., the final PBA50 Tour player of the year points but ment and 19th in qualifying. But of bowlings all-time greats are PBA50 competition points were
event of the season. because of the PBA50s point in the end, Bohn finished fourth, competing, said LeClair, who LeClair, Duke, Bohn, Bob Learn
I honestly thought they were structure which awards points for losing to Duke in the second now owns three PBA50 Tour Jr., Williams, Haugen, Monacelli
going to do it, LeClair said, refer- both qualifying and final finishing stepladder match, 224-217, and titles. Just look at the finals in and Mohr who earned the opportu-
ring to Duke and Bohns late-sea- position, Bohn and Duke still had Dukes chances were then dashed Fort Wayne as an example Pete, nity to compete in the PBA50
son challenge for the crown. I a chance to catch LeClair. It was a when he lost to fellow hall of Norm, Parker, Walter Ray Challenge which will be held in
thought the handwriting was on tall order for the pair of hall of famer Pete Weber in the title (Williams Jr.) and Amleto conjunction with GEICO PBA
the wall for another disappoint- famers because one-or-the-other match, 279-255. (Monacelli) and then all the World Series of Bowling IX pre-
ment in my career. I didnt even needed to win and qualify either I was concerned heading into other great bowlers who bowl sented by Eldorado Reno
stay for the finals to find out what first or second. If Bohn had won, Fort Wayne because I was going to week-in and week-out. I think Properties this November in Reno,
happened. LeClair would have to finish sec- have to make the show at a center thats what means the most to me. Nev. All eight also earned paid
LeClair, from Delmar, N.Y., ond to clinch the crown. If Duke I really didnt have a good handle Five-time PBA Tour winner entries into WSOB IX.
spent nearly two decades compet- had won, LeClair would have had on if I wanted to clinch it, Michael Haugen Jr. of Phoenix PBA50 players will vote on the
ing regularly on the PBA Tour to finish third. LeClair said. Every time I earned PBA50 Rookie of the Year Dick Weber Sportsmanship award
without a win but his lengthy LeClair left the door open when bowled (in Fort Wayne) it seemed honors. Haugen won the Senior at a later date.
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John Petrovits III 749 Matt Garcia 703 Mike King 735 A number of PBA members, from and Paul McCordic, and Dallas
FLUSHING, NY - John Petrovits FLUSHING, NY - Matt Garcia led STATEN ISLAND, NY - Mike regional players to PBA Hall of area resident Conner Pickford who
topped the scoring in the Ted Guy the scoring in the Local #3IBEW King topped the scoring in the Famers, faced the consequences of just wants to help.
Classic League blasting games of League blasting games of 219-289 Senior Action League blasting Hurricane Harvey in the Houston In addition, PBA Hall of Famer
254-257-238 for a high series of for a high series of 703. games of 256-234-245 for a high and eastern Texas coastline in Mark Williams was able to re-
749. Brian Dailey rolled 258-245-696, series of 735. recent weeks. For the most part, open his bowling center in
Will Atkinson shot 203-257-717, and Dawin Marlinez 225-241-631. Tom Mannio hit 222, and Fred bowlers and others with PBA con- Beaumont, to give people some-
Al Licciardello 205-204-276-685, Brett Mosley 707 Compitello 221. nections survived the catastrophic thing to do, and PBA Southwest
and Bobby Fox, Sr. 201-279-671. In the Golden Oldies League storm in relatively good shape, as Region Player of the Year Shawn
FLUSHING, NY - Brett Mosley
Jesus Paredes 713 Richard Muszel and Jerry Harris detailed in an in-depth report by Maldonado said he was on dry
topped the scoring in the Friends
shot a 202 game, followed by Jette Bowlers Journal International edi- ground.
FLUSHING, NY - Jesus Paredes and Family League rolling games
Gullo 196, Fran Camrada 188, tor Gianmarc Manzione. Among the thousands of people
led the scoring in the Midweek of 237-232-238 for a high series of
Marilyn Weissman 182, and Among those Manzione talked offering assistance was newly-
Mixers League rolling games of 707.
Maureen LaPlant 181 with were PBA Hall of Famer signed Houston Rocket and noted
209-257-247 for a high series of Will Watson shot 266-215-222-
David Ozio, DJ Archer, Steve PBA friend Chris Paul, who
713. 703, Butch Council, Jr. 257-254-
Wunderlich, twin brothers Pete donated $75,000 to help victims.
Tony Singh rolled 290-201-682, 670, and Malik Wade 230-210-
and Mike Mooney 238-213-202- 638.
653.
In the Pin Pals League Steve
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Hickey 220-208-619. STATEN ISLAND, NY - Mike
King topped the scoring in the
Peter Sarne 708 Senior Action League blasting
FLUSHING, NY - Peter Sarne led games of 256-234-245 for a high
the scoring in the Friday Hi- series of 735.
Rollers League blasting games of Tom Mannio hit 222, and Fred
224-254-230 for a high series of Compitello 221.
708. In the Golden Oldies League
Ogie Lawson shot 222-238-237- Richard Muszel and Jerry Harris
697, Jason Tolentino 277-200- shot a 202 game, followed by Jette
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Pete Morreale 279 John Maglio 269


Wanted ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In the
Monday King Trios Pete Morreale
bowled a 279 , Michael Ninvaggi 278,
John Laurita 276, Vinnie Cosenza 269,
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Michael Lancaster 265, and Jim
Carey 259 in the Wednesday
Bill Luongo 258
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Luongo shot 259, Ian Aiken 257,
Pin Chaser Brunswick A-2 Machines Jesse Keane 268, Sal Palmeri 267, and
Babe Ingenito 264.
Night Mixed League. and Chuck Marciano 255.
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 John Moran 269
Phil Rameau 279 League Robert Valenciano rolled
Cashier (experienced or willing to train  ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
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the Thursday El Cheapo Mixed 248, followed by Mark Koper 247.
 Phil Rameau bowled a 279 game, League John Moran bowled a 269
([SHULHQFHG&RRN Brian Heltzer 268, Nick Mayo game and John LaBau, Sr. 257. Anthony Depperman 234
 265, and both Billly Rappel and Carlos Torres 267 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In
Wonderful opportunity for the right person Frank Wilders 258 in the Custom ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - the Wednesday Adult/Child
Thumbz Singles League. Carlos Torres bowled a 267 League Anthony Depperman
ApplyinPerson John Khantzian 279 game, followed by Jennifer rolled 234, and Keith Nickolson
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In Yerkes with 257, and Donald 229.

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League John Khantzian bowled a
Ceperano 256.
Frank Kruslish 256
Marilyn Cashel shot 191, and
Erica Gershkowitz 190 in the
Wednesday Ladies Trios League.
30ParkAvenue,Linden,N.J. 279 game, Mike Desmonod 256, ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In In the Monday Bar Wars League
and Frank Krullish 255. the Wednesday Senior Doubles Scott Idson shot a 230 game.
9084866300 William Tyson bowled a 256 League Frank Krulish shot 256,
game in the Thursday Senior Birds John Lutter 249, and Ed Frontera
League. 246.

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Tim OGrady 279 Mike Balmann 278 Amefika Greaves 279-749 Wayne Embleton 268
LINDEN, NJ - Tim OGrady rolled 279, Tommy LINDEN, NJ - In the Monday Night Doubles League FARMINGDALE, NY - Amefika FARMINGDALE, NY - Wayne
Monaco 269, and Reginald warren 259 in the Union Mike Balmann shot 278, Charlie Dekowski 264, and Greaves earned top honors in the Embleton shot a high game of
County Mixed League. both Matt Rothstein and Carlos Calderon 258. Friday Adult/Junior League blast- 268, followed by Roger Herrscher
Ibn Hakim 276-717 Radhames Grulton 266-685 ing games of 211-259-279 for a 244-236, and John Caputo 234 in
LINDEN, NJ - Ibn Hakim blasted 276-717, and LINDEN, NJ - Radhames Grulton led the scoring in high series of 749. the Tuesday Party League.
Henry Williams 256-706 in the Tues. Morning the Latinos Unidos League firing a high game of 266 Robert Petraglia shot 257, Michael Kissel 246
Seniors League. and a high series of 685. Edward Lee 237-226, and Joe FARMINGDALE, NY - Michael
Drew Aitken 265 Doug Clemons shot 246-662, and Pedro Chappotin, Finck 225. Kissel rolled 246, Adam Chase
LINDEN, NJ - Drew Aitken rolled 265-668, and Ds Jr 246. Nicholas Ng 729 228, and Bob Gelfant 225 in the
Samer 258 in the Linden B League. Mo Day 258 FARMINGDALE, NY - Nicholas Thursday Epic Edge Pro Shot
Calvin Steed 277 LINDEN, NJ - In the Hawthorne Ave League Mo Ng led the scoring in the League.
LINDEN, NJ - Calvin Steed blasted a high game of Day rolled 258, Reneece Porter 256, and Virginus Wednesday Duos League rolling In the Friday Sunshine Kids
277 in the AFM League. Hairston 251. games of 224-248-257 for a high League George Brenner shot 183,
Brandon Burwell shot 267, Willie Connell 265, and Jermaine Eaddy 257 series of 729. and Gladys Codella 176.
Olyvia Raney 247. LINDEN, NJ - In the Friday Nite Handicap League Nicholas Kideris hit 256-244, Art Roth shot 201 in the
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Pelton Esannason 237, and John Washington 234. and Sean Reid 247. and Doug Hellerbeck 238. Al Noll rolled a 178 game in the
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Schwartz also added a pair of bronze medals
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medals, but she was unable to strike gold along first appearances with Junior Team USA. Only
the way. Schenck had donned the red, white and blue in Welcome Back Fall Leagues !!
In her final Junior Team USA event, Schwartz the past, competing at the Lee Evans 
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Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska. In all, the ing and bowling internationally, especially as Karaoke Returns Soon on Saturdays
four boast a total of 15 combined years of Junior they look ahead to the 2018 World Bowling 

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