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New Yorkers Sneak into Regular Team Lead
By Matt Cannizzaro - USBC Open Championships Media Relations RENO, Nev. - There have been a lot of challengers in the Regular Team event at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships this week, but Strike Synergy of Honeoye Falls, N.Y., was the first team to finish the job and claim the top spot in the standings. On April 4, anchor bowler Pat Donaghue stepped up in the 10th frame to give his team the lead. He calmly delivered two clutch strikes and seven pins for a 3,254 total, five USBC photo pins better than previous leader, Troy McClure, David Arida, Paul Perotto, Kevin Donaghue, Pat Professional Image Center 1 of Donaghue Wichita, Kan. The 51-year-old right-hander said we took the lead until the final ball. share the moment with his son. he simply was focused on throwing This feels wonderful, fantastic and "It's great to bowl with my son," the best possible shots he could. gratifying all at the same time." said Donaghue, who is a member of "I knew we were close," said Strike Synergy got off to a slow the Rochester USBC Bowling Donaghue, who made his 14th start with a 979 game, but bounced Association Hall of Fame. "I taught USBC Open Championships back with 1,121 and 1,154. him the game. He respects the game appearance. "But, I didn't know we Donaghue led the way with a 728 and has worked his tail off. He could take the lead. My goal was series and was followed by Troy throws the ball better than I do, but still the same. I wanted to hit my McClure (673), David Arida (639), I am a little bit more accurate than target and hit the pocket. I wanted Paul Perotto (611) and Kevin he is. He tells me when to make to give myself a chance to get as Donaghue (603). changes, and I tell him when he is a many pins as possible. I didn't know Donaghue was elated to be able to little wild."

Ken George 300 at Rockaway
ROCKAWAY, NJ - Ken George blasted a 300 game for a 675 series in the Friday Nite Men’s League at Rockaway Lanes. James Lindsay shot 269-690, Heriberto Matias 268-681, Gerald Lyness 261, Ricky Exner 248-659, and Bob Webb 245-611.

Angelito Tamondong Hit 300 At Majestic Lanes
HOPELAWN, NJ – Angelito Tamondong pitched twelve strikes in a row for a 300 game while competing in the Friday Nite Mixed League at Majestic Lanes. Angelito Rondena rolled 267290-234-791, Kevin Cristi 246273-268-787, Glenn Aiello 268268-711, Vince Rudrow 243-236213-692, Richard Funk III 238216-224-678, Melissa Hertenberger 234-206-235-675, Thomas Ortiz, Sr. 276-223-670, and Kevin Eccleston 225-239655.

Ellie Myers Blasted 299 At Farmingdale Lanes
Ranee Jackson Elected to LIUSBC Hall of Fame
FARMINGDALE, NY – Ellie Myers hammered a near perfect 299 game en route to a 764 high set while competing at Farmingdale Lanes in the Thursday 3-Man League, and it was only the day before when his grandson Justin Hubstah shot 289 in the Wednesday Early Men’s League. Ranee Jackson who bowled 718 in the Thursday 3-Man, was just voted into the Long Island USBC Hall of Fame.

Cee Derricott, Joe Collins, Randy Battistus 300, Pete Honan 825 at North Arlington
NO. ARLINGTON, NJ – Cee Derricott, Randy Battistus, and Joe Collins each fired a 300 game in the Sunday Morning Trios League at North Arlington Bowl. However the top series was owned by Pete Honan who rolled a 288 game en route to an impressive 825 set. Ken Carson bowled 279-815, Al-Torre Hooper 279804, Giles Ward 269-786, Marc Osetec 289-783, Noah Lynch 279-774, Anthony Buonanno 299-760, Jose Cabrera, Jr. 257-756, Joann Foti 277-753, Chris Garbode 278-752, Louis Wojcik 260-742, Russ Van Housen 247-738, Mark Newman 257-734, Gary Vicente 267-723, Jay Judowski 288-718, Justin Sloan 299-716, Joe Kowalski 279-716, John LoGuidace 255-709 , John Adams 279-708, Mario Moyano, Jr. 258-706, Bobby Willis 245-706, Rick Warren 253703, and Jim Giancarlo 268-702.

Stacy Valerius Hit 299-792 At Holiday Bowl
OAKLAND, NJ – Stacy Valerius topped the scoring in the Wednesday Early Mixed Leagueat Holiday Bowl firing games of 299-278-215 for a high series of 792. Doc Cool rolled 247-224-268739, Mark Maryanski 229-225258-712, Ed Casler 248-268-707, Brian Tempe 264-670, Mike Fradkin 231-658, Martha Dodd 246-644, Rick Stelingwerf 247641, Chuck Swiers 248-631, and Joe Salleroli 226-629.

Mike Bissman, Bill Carreras, John Reile 300 At Rockville Center Lanes
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY – Mike Bissman, Bill Carreras, and John Reile each rolled a 300 game in the Duke DeMarco League at Rockville Center Lanes. Tone Pepe took high sereis honors when he rolled a near perfect 299 game en route to the 801 high set. Mike Bogda tossed 279-267-247-793, Babe Ingenito 247-255-289-791, Bill Kretzmer 265-234257-756, Chris Savarino 257-269-224-750, John Laurita 238-246-257-741, Steve Reiss 287-216-233736, Tom Handley 258-237-238-733, Joe Milazzo 248-279-203-730, Tim O’Brien, Sr. 273-248-249720, Dave Goldman 226-257-224-707, and John Alvino 238-259-203-700.

Dominick Capozzi Rolled 300 At Parkway Lanes
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Dominick Capozzi blasted his first ever perfecto rolling a 300 game while contesting in the Friday 1050 Major League at Parkway Lanes. Stephanie Collins took the session high series when she shot a 792. Chuck Trimblett and Kathleen Weissman each rolled 751,followed by Mike Brenner, Jr. 741, Joe Bonser 732, Tony Amentea 725, Jim Viola 724, Paul Chiariello 709, Joe Puccio 704, and Joe Garrone 703.

Charlie Minch, Phil Tjimos 300 at South Levittown
LEVITTOWN, NY – Charlie Minch and Phil Tjimos each blasted a 300 game in the Sunday AM Trios League at South Levittown Lanes. Doug Polito shot 280, Erik Snow 279, Swifty Catapano 269, Dave Roberto 267-265-727, Tom Pagliaro 269-766, Nick Lombardi 280-778, and Ed Sneveley 276.

Sal Zollo 300 at Plaza Lanes
MADISON, NJ- Sal Zollo blasted twelve strikes in a row at the right time to tally 300 for high game while competing in the CMIL League at Plaza Lanes and Rick Bednarik rolled the sessions high series of 755. In the Chatham Collisionettes League Lori Pucek rolled 233, and Nancy Roberts 217.



April 20 - 26, 2011

PBA Annual Regional Award Winners
By Bill Vint - PBA Media Relations SEATTLE, Wash. (April 8, 2011) - The Professional Bowlers Association has announced the season-ending award winners for its 2010-11 regional program. Each of the PBA’s seven geographical regions of the Professional Bowlers Association annually recognizes a Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Patterson Award winner. Four regions that ran at least three Senior regional tournaments also recognized Senior Regional Players of the Year. Among the Regional Players of the Year are 2010 PBA Regional Players Champion Riga Kalfas of Florence, Ky., in the PBA Central Region and PBA Regional Players Invitational winner Bryon Smith of Roseburg, Ore., in the PBA Northwest Region. The RPC, held in Allen Park, Mich., and the RPI, held in Reno, Nev., are the regional program’s two “major” championship events. Regional Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year awards are voted on by the regional managers and John Weber, Director of the Senior and Regional Tours. The Pat Patterson Awards, recognizing individual contributions to the regional program, are selected by the respective regional managers. The PBA Regional competition season begins on April 1 and ends on March 31 of the following year. PBA EAST REGION The Professional Bowlers Association East Region has crowned Tommy Gollick of Oberlin, Pa., as its 2010-11 Player of the Year. Gollick bowled in 17 regional tournaments, winning one, finishing second once and third twice. He cashed in 13 events while posting a 216.66 average and earning $11,265. With five cashes in nine events, a best finish of sixth and two match play appearances, Jeremy Elder of Claymont, Del., earned Rookie of the Year honors. Gary Shultis of Levittown, N.Y., with two titles and four top-five finishes, in eight events, earned his first East Region Senior Player of the Year award. Larry Woomer of State College, Pa., received the East Region’s Pat Patterson award. Woomer is a familiar face at most PBA East Region tournaments, serving as Regional Manager Russ Mills’ right-hand volunteer in a variety of capacities. PBA SOUTH REGION Former PBA Tour exempt player and one-time Tour titlist Chris Collins of Savannah, Ga., made it back-to-back PBA South Region Player of the Year honors an impressive three victories, three runner-up finishes and 13 top-five finishes in 16 events. Collins averaged 226.25, earned $15,000 in PBA South Region competition and finished second in the PBA Regional Players Championship in Allen Park, Mich., during the 2010-11 season. Rusty Minar of Atlanta was Rookie of the Year, cashing in nine of 12 events with a best finish of third place. Two-time PBA Tour title winner Jeff Bellinger of Columbia, S.C., won South Region Senior Player of the Year honors with a pair of titles and four top five finishes in the eight events he entered. South Region tournament host Joey Cruz, general manager of Lightning Lanes in Marion, N.C., was the South Region’s Pat Patterson Award winner. PBA CENTRAL REGION Riga Kalfas of Florence, Ky., was selected as PBA Central Region Player of the Year for the second year in a row, and third time in the past six years, after winning a pair of titles and cashing in nine of 16 events during the 2010-11 season. Kalfas, who also won the 2010 PBA Regional Players Championship in Allen Park, Mich., earned $14,200 in regional competition and averaged 213.60. Kenny Parks of Hammond, Ind., won three Central Region Senior titles and added another second place finish on his way to winning the region’s Senior Player of the Year title for the first time. The Dan Ottman Rookie of the Year award was not awarded for 2010-11. Jim Dilyard of Burbank, Ohio, who hosts the Central Region’s Wooster, Ohio, tournament at Wayne Lanes, was the recipient of the Central Region’s Pat Patterson Award. PBA MIDWEST REGION Tom Hess of Urbandale, Iowa, who had a break-through season with a PBA Tour “major” title along with two Midwest Region victories, was selected as PBA Midwest Region Player of the Year for 2010-11. Hess, who won the Bayer USBC Masters for his first national title, won had five top-five finishes in the Midwest Region while earning $16,595 and averaging 215.00. Hess also finished second in the PBA Regional Players Invitational in Reno, Nev. Dale Traber of Cedarburg, Wis., won his third Midwest Region Senior Player of the Year honor with two titles and five top-five finishes in nine Senior events. Ricky Beck of Box Elder, S.D. – home of Ellsworth Air Force Base – won PBA Midwest Rookie of the Year honors after cashing in five of eight events and finishing second once. John Slavich IV of Schaumburg, Ill., who has helped organize sponsorships for several tournaments, was the Midwest Region’s Pat Patterson Award recipient. PBA SOUTHWEST REGION Chris Hibbitts II of Fort Worth, Texas, won a tie-breaker over David Anthony of Austin, Texas, to win PBA Southwest Region Player of the Year honors for 2010-11. Hibbitts, the region’s 2007-08 Rookie of the Year, didn’t win a title in the region, but finished in the top five six times in 22 events with a pair of runner-up finishes. He edged Anthony for Player of the Year on the basis of winning the region’s competition points race and topping Anthony in earnings ($14,335). Rookie of the Year honors went to Charles Vaughan of Pasadena, Texas, who cashed in three of seven events with a seventh-place best finish. Dr. Paul Freudigman of Dallas was the winner of the Pat Patterson award in the Southwest Region. Freudigman, a long-time Southwest Region competitor, has sponsored regional events in three different Dallas centers over the past six years. Health problems have kept him from competing recently. PBA WEST REGION Former Phoenix resident Steven Black, now living in Anaheim, Calif., dominated the PBA West Region on his way to winning 2010-11 Player of the Year honors. Black won four titles and finished in the top five eight times in 19 attempts, posting a 213.03 season average and earning $15,880 in regional competition. Former Team USA member David Haynes of Las Vegas was selected as West Region Rookie of the Year. Haynes won his first PBA regional title and advanced to match play in four of the six tournaments he entered. Former PBA Tour exempt player Dave Leverage of Peoria, Ariz., earned the region’s Pat Patterson Award. Leverage organized a West Regional event that has now been running for five years and he helped the PBA add senior events in the same center where his regional runs. PBA NORTHWEST REGION In the Northwest Region, former PBA Tour exempt player Bryon Smith of Roseburg, Ore., was selected as Northwest Player of the Year after winning two titles and posting eight top-five finishes in 13 events. The 2010 PBA Regional Players Invitational champion also earned $14,450 while posting a 216.92 average. Northwest Region Rookie of the Year honors went to Eric McIver of Des Moines, Wash., who had a runner-up finish and three cashes in six events. Richard Brown of Vancouver, Wash., was the Pat Patterson Award recipient. Brown, who has CPR training, is credited with keeping Northwest Region lane man Steve Stevens alive until medical personnel arrived after Stevens suffered a heart attack while conditioning the lanes in Reno for a regional event. Brown then stepped in and did the lanes to finish the event.

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Ray Edwards and David Reed Win LIGBT Titles
SAYVILLE, NY: The LIGBT headed east and visited AMF Sayville to crown two of their latest champions. The scratch title went to Ray Edwards, Middle Island, NY and the handicap title went to David Reed of Shoreham, NY. While Ray was winning his first LIGBT title David Reed won a record breaking fourth tournament. The scratch event used a 5-game marathon format where the top 5 bowlers found themselves in a 1 game shootout to determine the champion. Ray Edwards bowled great throughout the match and despite a blowout 7-10 rolled a 234 to win by 23 pins over second place finisher Adam Chase of Seaford, NY. Ray earned $800 and the champion trophy and Adam won $450 as the runner-up. Rounding out the top 5 was Dan Brezo, Coram NY who shot a 189 and earned $300, fourth went to Rich Ambrosino, Holtsville, NY who won $275 with a 179, and fifth place was taken by senior bowler Cary Fishman who rolled a 155 to earn $250. David Reed won his record setting fourth handicap title at AMF Sayville and he really earned this victory. David needed a mark in the tenth frame to close out top seeded Preston Cheeks, Brooklyn, NY who lead the entire day with a 771 series. David earned $600 by making a spare and getting an 8 count on his fill ball to defeat Preston 231-228. Preston took home $300 while third place finisher Dexter Sapp, Valley Stream, NY earned $250 with a 206. A total of 21 bowlers advanced to the finals and shared in a $3,600 payout. "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." -Mark Twain

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April 20 - 26, 2011

Joe Turchiano 692
In the Monday LUHI Mixed League Joe Turchiano shot 277692, and Vinnie Russo 247.

Jag Gabino 300 at Farmingdale
FARMINGDALE, NY – Jag Gabino earned top honors in the Thursday 3-Man at Farmingdale Lanes blasting a 300 game for a high series of 765. Dave Diamond rolled 279-752, Eddie Brown 278-731, Zbigniew Kamirowski 753, Dan Levin 739, and Eugene Neal 711.

Jon Crawford 737
Jon Crawford led the scoring in the Wednesday Hicksville League firing games of 256-267 for a high series of 737. Rich Sanfilippo hit 245, Susie Lew 215, and Carol DeMonda 204. In the Tuesday Meadow Ladies League Freda Amon shot 234, Ginger Keinath 229, Anne Zajack 222, Cristina Olson 244-216, and Monica DiPinto 215. Vito Errico shot 247, Kathy Fehn 218, and Debbie Enteman 204-212.

Dan Hastings 278
Dan Hastings paced the Tuesday BK Sweenys firing a high 278. Dave Brussenski hit 267, John Gannon 259-258-724, and Mike Gregorio 255. In the Wednesday Swingtime Seniors Cappy Caporusso shot 210222-617, Joe Visconi 221, George Kinkel 221-613, Marylou Hopp 225, and Marilyn Johnson 220. In the Monday Seniors League Michael Sala hit 231-202-631, Joe Marsiello 224, and Bill Sala 200.

Jim Fenimore 267
In the Thursday Hits & Misses Jim Fenimroe shot 267, Lloyd Hasluck 266, and Ken Snell 245.

Rob Kless 266
Rob Kless paced the scoring in the Saturday Bi Monthly A&B League firing a high game of 266. Frank DeLucia shot 263, Eddie Weissman 257-245, Larry Markowitz 258, Pat Sauer 247, and Nick Terracciano 244. Shari Gatterdam rolled 236, Denise Exner 224, Shanna Barter 218, and Jennier Traina 212 in the Tuesday Early Birds League.

Pete Thomasefsky 248
Pete Thomasefsky paced the scoring in the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors League firing a high game of 248. Rocco Torriero rolled 240, Richie Coyer 238-625, and Ray Wilson 235.

Pat Donovan 254
Pat Donovan paced the scoring in the Wednesday Knights of Columbus League firing a high game of 254. Rich Kremler shot 247, and Paul Karus 240.

April 20 - 26, 2011



Heriberto Matias 709
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Heriberto Matias led the scoring in the Spanish American Mixed League firing a 267 game for a high series of 709. Benny Nieves rolled 268-699, Lupe Zaragoza 264, and Robert Soto 655.

Peter Furio 697
ROCKAWAY, NJ- Peter Furio paced the scoring in the Foursome League firing a 279 game for a high series of 697. Terrance Sanders shot 258-652, Ron O’Neill 258, Paul Seiler 256629, Brian Witmore 253-677, and Kim Piombino 217. Nick Magnotti rolled 246, Josh Shepard 255, and Zachary Mereua 204 in the Weekend Warriors League.

Tim Panek 694
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Tim Panek led the scoring in the PBA Experience League firing a 245 game for a high series of 694. Scott Van Syckle rolled 256, Dave Mutch 234, Philip St. Amand 220, and Gary Malone 215. In the Friday Tri Mixed League Joe Blahovec hit 210. Bill Prentiss rolled 203 in the Holly Rollers League.

Sandy Turner 705
ROCKAWAY, NJ – Sandy Turner led the scoring in the County Tuesday Night Mixed League firing a 257 game for a high series of 705. John Scott rolled 246-673, Joe Laruss 250, and Tyrone Roberts 247.

Ed Cook 702
ROCKAWAY, NJ- Ed Cook led the scoring in the Friday Nite Men’s League firing a 246 game for a high series of 702. Brandon Draughn hit 248, Eric Martin 257-662, Heriberto Matias 247-674, James Beeh 245-652, and Erik Garv 243-639.



April 20 - 26, 2011

Bobby McCarthy, Jeremy Scott Rip Fair Lawn Maples
By Vince Albrecht FAIR LAWN, NJ – 15-year-old Bobby McCarthy smashed his way to the session’s high score of 268-671, 14-year-old Jeremy Scott exploded with 256-661, Ramapo junior Mike Carr punched out 247-647 and Pascack Valley senior Brian O’Flaherty fired three deuces for 633 in Stan Niemiec Youth Travel action at Fair Lawn. But wait…..there’s more: 11year-old Steven Plaszky used his new, heavier ball to splinter the pins with a 256, one hundred pins over his average. He literally could have singlehandedly won the middle game for Fair Lawn I had it not been for Montvale’s combined 482 from McCarthy and O’Flaherty. Montvale had little trouble the other two contests, winning the match 7-0 to climb into third place. Despite the one-two punch of Jeremy Scott and Mike Carr and teammate Ryan Kattine’s 211596, the Holiday team dropped two of three to Fair Lawn II, 4-3 which benefited from Justin Floyd’s 235-599 and Tiana Warren’s 171-505. Bowler City I reclaimed the league lead by capturing two of three from Bowler City II, barely taking the opener, 825-822 while falling just nine pins shy of a

Ray Sisco 769 at Parkway
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Ray Sisco led the scoring in the Friday 1050 Major League at Parkway Lanes firing a high series of 769. Stephanie Collins shot 744, Nick Lardieri 741, Chuck Trimblett and Tom Trongone 739, Keith Farrington 737, Michael Brenner 736, Craig Kirchner 735, Joe Bonser 726, Charlie Trabona 719, Vic Padilla 712, and Frank Buonanno 708.

sweep in the finale, 897-906. Dumont freshman Ryan Perez paced the winners with 209,224599 while teammates John Draney and Matt Trento had 188541 and 193-521 respectively. Huge above average games from Steven Spina 158 and Melissa

Riemann 169 accounted for Bowler City II’s third game success. Leading averages to date are held by Brian O’Flaherty 215, Jake Rollins 205, Mike Carr 202, Bobby McCarthy 198 and Kevin Macchia 196.

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April 20 - 26, 2011

Steph Crane 298-751
HOPELAWN, NJ- Steph Crane topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Men’s League firing games of 214-239-298 for a high series of 751. Matt J. Scala rolled 239-246-226711, Glenn Mohr 235-265-211711, Sean Irvine 258-248-203709, Nick Cascone 244-264-703, John Kertesz 215-227-256-698, Rob Williams 208-259-214-681.

Jaydee Luistro 726
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jaydee Luistro topped the scoring in the Madison Park Men’s League firing games of 216-255-255 for a high series of 726. Michael Dinaburg shot 258-267708, Dennis Smith 280-243-708, John Wilders 217-224-256-697, Willie Zammitto 206-258-225689, Joe Herber 213-239-236-688.

Michael Ramer 708
HOPELAWN, NJ- Michael Ramer led the scoring in the Garden State Mixed League firing games of 249-224-235 for a high series of 708. Ed Pawlowski shot 238-212-247697, Jose Medina 247-231-215693, Warren Taureck 247-244201-692, Anthony LaRosa 257233-689, Albert Tadeo 258-677, Nicole Melchior 213-246-636, and Joann Lesniak 226-236-624.

Erick Kerekes 722
HOPELAWN, NJ – Erick Kerekes paced the scoring in the Atlantic City Trios League firing games of 233247-242 for a high series of 722. Jimmy Pinto shot 219-269-205693, Bob Joseph 243-220-656, and Joseph Krupinski 227-215-623.

Pat Jones 759
HOPELAWN, NJ- Pat Jones paced the scoring in the NJ Turnpike League firing games of 213-201-245 for a high series of 759. Drew Rucinski shot 217-234651, Tony Rigiano 214-238-644, Michael Morris 201-267-643, and Caferino Rivera 215.

Lee Kay 678
HOPELAWN, NJ - Lee Kay topped the scoring in the South Shore League firing games of 236235-207 for a high series of 678. Steve Venito shot 205-234-235674, Brian Peccerillo 234-248630, and Alexa Venito 223-202608. In the Youth League Branden Barrese hit 201-214, and Andrew Shaw 221.

John Syslo 676
HOPELAWN, NJ - In the Thursday Mixed Nuts League John Syslo shot 212-216-248-676, Don. M. Hellhake 204-234-624, Ed Suster 243, and John Seniak 214-604.

Ben Martino 758
HOPELAWN, NJ – Ben Martino topped the scoring in the Friends & Family League firing games of 257-247-254 for a high series of 758. Ryan Guercio hit 253-221-654, Mary Dolce 222-600, and Lou San Jose 264. In the Merck League Tim Vickery shot 202-227-624, Gregg Farley 214-204-601, and Dan Wolf 234.

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Rob Morris 751
HOPELAWN, NJ - Rob Morris topped the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League pitching 265260-226 for a high series of 751. Tony Tamondong shot 254-236205-695, Rocco Fortunato 210243-237-690, Kevin Eccleston 235-210-222-667, and Melissa Hertenberger 214-602.

Joe Nemeth 744
HOPELAWN, NJ – Joe Nemeth led the scoring in the Knights of Columbus League with 242-255247-744. John Baginsky shot 206-222264-692, Jeff Nemeth 236-268690, Joe Grossi 265-211-664, Nick Simone 216-226-204-646, and Robert Downer 202-201-235638. In the Tuesday Nite Trios League Bryan D. Senatore rolled 224-223625, Mike newman 211-201-213625, Paul Harney 221-602, and Charlene Martino 210.

Frank Viverito 713
HOPELAWN, NJ – Frank Viverito led the Monday Madness League firing games of 256-268 for a high series of 713. Kevin Adriano shot 206-265649, Nick Viverito 207-222-620, and John Kuver 234. In the Academy Women’s League Erma McClain hit 234-621. John Baginsky, Jr. 711 HOPELAWN, NJ – John Baginsky, Jr. topped the scoring in the Gemini Towing League firing games of 265-237-209 for a high series of 711. Warren Taureck rolled 247-237207-691, Thomas Ortiz III 214255-210-679, Joe Britton 224247-665, John Baginsky 223-205227-655, Joe Herber 215-236202-653, and Vinny Medvetz 226202-642.

Dennis DeCrosta 744
HOPELAWN, NJ - Dennis DeCrosta led the His & Hers League rolling 246-279-219-744. Walter Malecki shot 221-217224-662, Carmine Latin 201-265661, Kyle Jannuzzi 200-247-661, Shelly Jacques 208-215-204-627, and Bonnie Desimone 222-211625.

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