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Vol. 72 No. 35 November 2 - 8, 2011 50 cents

Fred Schreyer Retires as PBA CEO, Commissioner


By Bill Vint - PBA SEATTLE, Wash. Fred Schreyer, Chief Executive Officer and Commissioner of the Professional Bowlers Association, today announced his retirement after 11 years of service to the organization. The PBA Board of Directors has named Geoff Reiss Chief Executive Officer and has promoted Tom Clark to the position of Commissioner, effective as of November 1. Schreyer will continue to serve the PBA as a senior advisor. "Fred has managed the PBA through a really challenging period. We're grateful for his leadership and that he's agreed to continue working with us to grow the PBA," said Mike Slade of the PBA ownership group. Schreyer joined the PBA full-time in October 2002 as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel, and was named Commissioner in PBA Photo 2003. But he has been affiliated with the organization Geoff Reiss since 2000 as its legal counsel. The University of Michigan and UCLA Law School graduate has 25 years of experience in the sports industry, including a seven-year stint as Director of Sports Marketing at Nike and was a founder of Nike's Sports Management division. Among Schreyers signature accomplishments during his tenure at the PBAs helm were negotiation of umbrella sponsorship packages with Dennys and Lumber Liquidators, opening PBA membership to women for the first time (2004), creation of the PBA Summer Series, PBA Photo creation of the PBA World Tom Clark Series of Bowling, production of the PBAs 50th Anniversary Gala in 2009 and working to allow PBA members to represent their country as Team USA members. "Serving the PBA for the past 11 years has been a great privilege and a tremendous experience, Schreyer said. It is always difficult to step back, but I feel good about handing the reins to Geoff and Tom. As the PBA embarks upon its 53rd year, I look forward to continuing to provide assistance wherever I am needed."

Team USA Sweeps Doubles Gold Medals at Pan American Games


By Lucas Wiseman - USBC

Reiss, who joined the PBA as Vice Chairman in March 2011, previously held several positions at ESPN, was CEO at Associated Content, and was Senior Vice President/General Manager of Newsweek's digital division. While at ESPN, Reiss managed the launch of ESPN.com, NFL.com, NBA.com, and NASCAR Online. He also was Senior Vice President/General Manager of ESPN the Magazine, and managed ESPN's relationships with Electronic Arts, Microsoft, and The Tribeca Film Festival. He developed and PBA Photo acquired the Peabody Fred Schreyer Award-winning Dan Klores documentary Black Magic. He started his media career at Spy magazine. "The PBA has a terrific opportunity to establish an important presence in the sports marketplace and I'm looking forward to working with our team, members and industry partners to fully realize our potential," said Reiss. Clark became the PBAs Vice President and COO in March 2008 after serving as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the United States Bowling Congress. Clark, who was promoted to Deputy Commissioner in 2009, came to USBC from USA Today where he worked as a sports editor from 2000-2005. Previously he was an executive editor and sports editor for newspapers in the Media General chain and founded and published a sports magazine in his hometown Syracuse, N.Y. The former collegiate bowler was named Bowlers Journal International magazines Person of the Year in the bowling industry for 2005 for his efforts in bringing publicity to the game. Clark also was the recipient of the 2008 Billiard and Bowling Institute of America Industry Service Award and the 2009 USBC Joyce Deitch Trailblazer Award. "It's an honor to be given this opportunity to help build an organization that has meant so much to my life," Clark said. "I love the sport of bowling and the PBA and I'm energized by that same passion for the game that our players and fans have shown for over 50 years." The PBA also has announced that Kirk Von Krueger, Vice President and Director of PBA Tours, has been promoted to Deputy Commissioner. Von Krueger, a former PBA touring player, began his career with the PBA in 1995 as assistant Tournament Director, becoming Tournament Director in 1996.

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Jeremy Schaffer 300, Mike Garrido 299 At Farmingdale Lanes


FARMINGDALE, NY - Jeremy Schaffer bowled a 300 game while contesting in the Thursday 3-Man League at Farmingdale Lanes. Eric Smythe came close when he bowled a 290 game followed by Andrew Carrig 279, Joe Casale 234-234-279-747, Glenn Gerstner 236-279-258-773, Joe Traina Jr. 208-278-265-751, Sal Giudice 278 and Earl Holden 224-258-225-707. Jim McGlynn paced the Tuesday Early Birds League at Farmingdale firing 246-234-237 for a 717 set. But it was Mike Garrido taking the spotlight when he shot near perfect with a 299 in a 715. Frankie Berardino pitched 212255-246-713, Edward Brown 246222-223-691 and Kerrick Jones 223-233-203-659.

Kelly Kulick, Liz Johnson, Chris Barnes and Bill ONeill take gold medals as US sweeps opening events. GUADALAJARA, Mexico - The United States swept the doubles gold medals last week in the opening event of bowling at the 2011 Pan American Games. Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, and Bill O'Neill of Southampton, Pa., topped the men's field by 193 pins, while Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, N.Y., and Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., easily won the women's event by 328 pins at Bolerama Tapatio. "They fought and ground it out from the first ball of the first game," Team USA head coach Rod Ross said. "Even though the margin of victory may appear large, it was a difficult victory. This is a very strong field with some very talented bowlers." Barnes and O'Neill finished with a 12-game total of 5,211 to claim the victory. Barnes led the way with 2,698 (224.8 average), while O'Neill shot 2,513 (209.4 average). Venezuela took the silver with 5,018, while Colombia earned bronze with 4,856. The American men got off to a hot start in the first game Tuesday, opening with a score of 515 to give them some breathing room. "Even though as a team I don't think we had our best performance of the year, in the end we bowled well when we needed to," Barnes said. "By getting off to the solid start, it gave us a big lead. But we may have gotten just a little too relaxed and into a holding pattern and didn't bowl great down the stretch." O'Neill was disappointed in his individual performance Tuesday after bowling games of 149 and 166 in the six-game block, but said he was fortunate Barnes was able to get lined up and throw strikes. "It's a great feeling to win the gold medal, but part of me wishes I could have done more to help Chris out," O'Neill said. "This was one of my worst performances in a long time, but luckily my teammate was there to pick me up and carry us to the gold." Kulick and Johnson led the women's doubles from the first game Monday and never looked back. Their lead was never less than 250 pins on Tuesday, and they finished with a 12-game total of 5,257. Mexico took the silver medal with 4,929, while Colombia earned bronze with 4,851. Johnson led the pair with 2,633 (219.4 average), while Kulick finished with 2,624 (218.7 average). "Just to be recognized with the Olympic sports here at the Pan American Games is a great feeling," Kulick said. "Any U.S. athlete who walks around with a gold medal around their neck is respected, and that's a really nice feeling." Over the course of the 12 games, the Team USA women never threw a game under 190. Johnson said staying consistent and filling frames helped propel them to the victory. "We both had a good look and continued to make great shots today," Johnson said. "We worked very well together, and it was an honor just to share this victory with Kelly." Held every four years, the Pan American Games are the second-largest multi-sport event after the Olympic Games. This year, nearly 6,000 athletes from the American Zone are competing in 36 sports.

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November 2 - 8, 2011

Chris Barnes Ready to Defend PBA World Championship Title


By Bill Vint - PBA Seasons first major championship will be centerpiece of 2011 PBA World Series of Bowling LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Oct. 24, 2011) - As the centerpiece of the 2011 Professional Bowlers Association World Series of Bowling and the first major championship of the season, the PBA World Championship will again live up to its name when a field of PBA and international stars from more than 15 different countries convene at South Point Bowling Center on Nov. 4. Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, will be on hand to defend his 2010 victory in the World Championship, a 267-237 upset win over top qualifier Bill ONeill of Southampton, Pa., that proved to be a milestone victory for Barnes. With the title, he became the sixth player in history to complete the PBAs Triple Crown and in all likelihood locked up his eventual election to the PBA Hall of Fame. The elite Triple Crown club (consisting of titles in the U.S. Open, PBA World Championship and PBA Tournament of Champions) includes Billy Hardwick, Johnny Petraglia, Pete Weber, Mike Aulby and Norm Duke all PBA Hall of Famers. As an integral part of the 2011 World Series of Bowling, the PBA World Championship will again be a unique test of physical and mental abilities. In 2010, for the first time, qualifying for the World Championship included rounds on five different PBA animal patterns the Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon, Scorpion and Shark. Combined Johnny Petraglia and Mike Aulby. Carter won the inaugural PBA Championship in 1960. Hardwick, the initial PBA Triple Crown winner, won in 1963. Petraglia, also a Triple Crown winner, was the 1980 winner. Aulby, the first PBA Grand Slam winner, won the 1985 PBA Championship. For the ESPN-televised rounds, each of the four divisional finals will feature four players, seeded into the groups based upon their qualifying totals. In each divisional final, the highest seeded player will select the lane condition and all four players will bowl one game with the lowest-scoring player eliminated. The three surviving players will bowl a second game, again eliminating the low score. The two survivors will bowl the final match. The winner of all four divisional finals will then advance to the PBA World Championship finals which will follow the same elimination format. The highest seeded player remaining will select the lane condition for the championship round. All PBA World Championship rounds will be contested on Saturday, Nov. 19, in a special arena lanes setup at South Point. The telecasts will air on ESPN on five consecutive Sundays except Christmas Day (Dec. 11, 18, Jan. 1, 8 and 15) at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN. All of the preliminary rounds of the World Championship (and all other World Series preliminaries) will be webcast live on pba.coms exclusive online bowling channel, Xtra Frame. To subscribe to Xtra Frame, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame logo. Look for information on special one-day and World Series of Bowling subscription offers. First prize in the 2011 PBA World Championship will be $50,000.

Daily Access to Xtra Frame Unveiled For PBA World Series of Bowling
From All-In Showdown to Xtra Frame Tour, PBA plans great season for online viewers
SEATTLE, Wash. - Beginning Nov. 4 with the high-stakes BowlersDeals.com All-In Showdown, the Professional Bowlers Association will launch the most comprehensive online coverage of professional bowling in history, providing Xtra Frame subscribers with a season filled with unprecedented live Internet coverage of PBA competition. In addition to an unlimited access subscription price of $29.99 that includes all Xtra Frame coverage through Nov. 30, for the first time Xtra Frame live programming will be available ondemand, with fans able to purchase access to coverage for $3.99 per day during the PBA World Series of Bowling. The new daily subscription program will provide fans with an opportunity to follow their favorite players as they compete in World Series of Bowling qualifying, elimination rounds and special events at South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas between Nov. 4 and Nov . 16. Xtra Frames more than 100 hours of WSOB coverage will be part of a season-long schedule that will provide a world-wide Internet audience with more than 250 hours of PBA content. Also new for the 2011-12 season will be an Xtra Frame Tour featuring four tournaments, beginning in January, that will award PBA Tour titles and will be webcast exclusively, from start to conclusion, on Xtra Frame. All webcasts will feature enhanced video quality for the new season. "Xtra Frame is the ticket to the live action PBA fans have asked for," said Mike Jakubowski, Xtra Frame's play-by-play announcer who also is known as Mike J. Laneside. "Xtra Frames over 100 hours of daily qualifying and match play action during the World Series is just a start. The thrill of the BowlersDeals.com All-In Showdown, the race to the ESPN finals with the greatest players from 15 nations, bowling chatter, tips and instruction provide unique dimensions to Xtra Frame. With the new features, improved video quality and real-time online interaction via PBA social networking, fans will never be closer to the action unless they are literally on the lanes." Xtra Frame also is available for the standard 12-month subscription rate of $64.99 which includes year-round coverage of PBA activities, including PBA Tour, Senior Tour and selected PBA Regional events. The full-year package provides subscribers with hundreds of player and industry leader interviews, new product introductions, coaching tips and human interest features, and access to Xtra Frames huge archive of past PBA events plus much more. To sign up for Xtra Frame, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame logo. Xtra Frames 2011-12 programming schedule includes: XTRA FRAME PBA World Series Schedule:
Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 4 - BowlersDeals.com All-In Showdown 5 - Bayer Viper Open (Squad A, B, Round of 16) 6 - Chameleon Open (Squad A, B, Round of 16) 7 - Scorpion Open (Squad A, B, Round of 16) 8 - GEICO Shark Open (Squad A, B, Round of 16) 9 - PBA World Championship (Cashers Round) 11 - All Region South Point Open/Carmen Salvino Classic TQR (Squad A, B) 12 - All Region South Point Open (Match Play Finals) 12 - PBA Regional Member/Non-Member Doubles (Qualifying) 13 - PBA Regional Member/Non-Member Doubles (Match Play Finals) 14 - Carmen Salvino Classic (Round 1, 2, Round of 16) 15 Pepsi PBA Exempt Players Championship (Qualifying Rounds) 16 Pepsi PBA Exempt Players (Round of 32, Eliminator )

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Chris Barnes pinfall totals for qualifying in those five rounds earned Barnes the No. 4 slot in the stepladder finals. He then won four consecutive matches, defeating Michael Haugen Jr. of Carefree, Ariz., 243172; Finlands Osku Palermaa, 246-176, and Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 237-161, en route to his match with ONeill for the $50,000 first prize. In 2011, the PBA World Championship will be decided in similar fashion. The entire World Series field will bowl eight games each on the Viper, Chameleon, Scorpion and Shark patterns. After 32 games, the top 60 (based on a field of 240) will advance to an eight-game cashers round. After a total of 40 games, the top qualifier will earn a $5,000 bonus and the top 16 will advance to a series of ESPN-televised divisional elimination rounds named in honor of four past PBA World Champions, all of whom are among the PBAs greatest players: Don Carter, Billy Hardwick,

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November 2 - 8, 2011

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Rick Guevarra 760 in Montvale Major


By Joe Rizzi MONTVALE - Rick Guevarra led all scorers in the Montvale Major League, rolling a fine 760 series on games 277, 238 and 245. Rick's fine effort helped Rick's Pro Shop I edge Rite Way, 17-16. Tom Van Wort bowled 237-688 and Chris Arbegast 232-661 for Rite Way despite the defeat. Toto Roldan bowled 213-253-254--720, leading 12-In-A-Row Pro Shop to a 28-5 rout over CZ's Pro Shop. Other scores for the week included: Bob Balzarek 268-693, Mike Pasch 256-690, Bob Higgins 248-678, Joe Cauwels 233-662, Bob Greenwood 235-659, Mike Wuhrman 258-658, Kevin Mahon 245-651, Mike Rovetto 234-649 and Tom Flynn 267-645.

PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA


Parisi 270-734
MADISON, NJ- Anthony Parisi led the scoring in the Friday Classic League firing a high game of 270 and a high series of 734. Russ Kyzima shot 259-695, Vinnie Pagnotta 257, Dorey Badolato 735, Ellen Moore 224, and Joey Wona 216. Jodi Belli shot 230 and Carolyn Paddack 213 in the Monday Night Ladies League.

Youth Scholarship Tournaments At Farmingdale Lanes


Craig Liguori, General Manager of Farmingdale Lanes announced the start of monthly Youth Scholarship Tournaments starting Sunday, November 13th. at 1:00 p.m. and continuing the 2nd Sunday of each month. Decembers tournament will be on Sunday the 11th. Check in begins at 12:00 p.m., entry fee is $25.00 . One in Five will receive scholarship awards. Students in grades 12 and below are invited to enter. This USBC sanctioned tournament features a scratch division for those averaging 200 and above, and a handicap division for all others. Students bowl a 4 game qualifier at the completion of which the 5th, 4th, and 3rd highest qualifiers from each division bowl a single game eliminator. That winner moves on to bowl the # 2 qualifier, from which the winner moves on to bowl the leading qualifier for the tournament championship. For more information please call Craig Liguori at Farmingdale Lanes 631 249 4300.

Colette Malyack 688 at Holiday Bowl


By Edna Malyak OAKLAND, NJ - Colette Malyack topped the scoring for the Saturday Morning Junior League at Holiday Bowl firing a high series of 688 with games of 244, 209 and 235. Not to be out-done by his sister, Joe Malyack had the high game of the day with a 245. The boys high series was shared by Mike Carr and Dylan Farney at 616 each. Dillon Cilento tossed a 242 game, Mike Carr shot a 233 and Emily Ostapczuk rolled 233 as well.

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AT COUNTRY
James Godfrey 257
STATEN ISLAND, NY James Godfrey paced the scoring in the Getaway league with a high game of 257. Richie Lopez shot 242, Kerry Jacobs 245-670, Sean Kelly 245, and Erin Schneider 224.

John Gino 709


STATEN ISLAND, NY John Gino rolled 258-255-709 in the Senior Action League at Rabs Country Lanes. Jim Garrity 216-236-219-671, Al Felline 221-257-667, Tom Mannino 214-236-628, Jim Episcopia 216-224-610, John Sorrentino 225-222609, Ray Keller 202-207-601, Frank Polizzi 206-220, Randy Viscuso 223, Harold Solomon 205-204, Vinnie Cusimano 204, Howie Weiss 202, Actie Lazarowitz 200, Stu Isaacs 234, Mike Cocozzo 221,211, Don Schwed 213. In the Larry McSorley League Jared Wichnovitz took the lead with a 207 game, Caroline Gottlioeeb rolled 199, Chaz Carvalho 189, Sean Feldman 182, and Frank Bernardini 180.

Jim Garrity 695


STATEN ISLAND, NY Jim Garrity led the Senior Mens League firing games of 258-216-221 for a high series of 695. John Sorrentino shot 213-211, Hal Solomon 237, Randy Viscuso 236200-618, Joey Jew 200-245-633, John Gibble 219-208-207-634, Pat Valenti 215-200-605, Jim Episcopia 220-217-219-656, Frank Polizzi 212, Vinnie Cusimano 214, John Gino 213-214-617, Howie Weiss 224, Bill Horner 233-211-637, Ray Keller 258-605, Santo Lisa 205, and Vinny Truscelli 201.

Ralph Loggia, Phil Pistilli 233


STATEN ISLAND, NY Ralph Loggia and Phil Pistilli each rolled a high game of 233 in the Golden Oldies Seniors League. Connie McNally rolled 204, John Scalisce and Dotty Belantoni 203, and Mike Angeloni 200.

Nick Tellefsen 230


STATEN ISLAND, NY Nick Tellefsen rolled 230-208-600, Karlyn Buono 201, and Kevin Buono 196-181 in the Adult/Child League.

Regina Frizziola 220


STATEN ISLAND, NY Regina Frizziola rolled 220, Laurie Lenzo 215, Ann Marie Rubilotta 213, and Louise Proscia 210 in the Tuesday Early Birds League.

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November 2 - 8, 2011

PBA Players Shape Up for Challenging World Series of Bowling Schedule


Two weeks of intense competition put physical, mental abilities to supreme test
By Bill Vint - PBA SEATTLE Professional Bowlers Association players have learned an important lesson after the first two years of PBA World Series of Bowling competition: youd better get in shape. Beginning Friday, Nov. 4, and spanning a 16-day period ending on Sunday, Nov. 20, the third annual PBA World Series of Bowling at South Point Casino, Hotel and Bowling Center in Las Vegas will put 240 PBA and international players through a demanding schedule that will test everyones physical and mental abilities. Above and beyond practice sessions and special events, World Series players could bowl as many as 106 games over a span of 12 days, starting with Bayer Viper Open qualifying on Saturday, Nov. 5, and extending through Pepsi PBA Exempt Players Championship eliminator rounds on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Those who qualify for any of the 14 television shows that will be contested Nov. 17 through 20 will add to their games bowled totals. By way of comparison, a typical American league bowler will bowl 96 games at a pace of three games a week over the course of a 32-week league season. How are PBA World Series of Bowling competitors getting themselves ready for the grind? Some players are pretty conventional in their training programs, others are on the unconventional side. Heres a random sampling: Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., is an avid deer hunter: All of September and October, I spend four to five days a week in the woods hanging tree stands and walking a mile or more to and from my stands with all my gear. That, plus practicing five days a week, is pretty good exercise. This summer I did a variety of things to get in shape for the World Series, said Chris Loschetter of Avon, Ohio. I took on a weekly yoga class to gain strength and flexibility, increased the length of my runs to gain endurance and I focused on weight training to make playing in front of the ball return easier on my body. I have been working with a trainer to try to get in better shape, said Bill ONeill, Southampton, Pa. It's been tough to get where I want to be physically because of all the travel I have been doing, but I am in a better place than I was a year ago. Being a lawyer doesn't leave a ton of time to do much else, but I try to bowl as often as possible and I also try to get out on the tennis court or in the ocean to body-board as often as possible, said defending Chameleon Open champion Scott Norton, Costa Mesa, Calif. I have been kick boxing and working out with a personal trainer, said 2011 USBC Masters champion Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa. Wayne Garber, Modesto, Calif., works out in a gym three to four times a week, and he bowls four leagues a week and tournaments on weekends. For second-year exempt players Ryan Ciminelli of Cheektowaga, N.Y., its a daily regimen of sit-ups, pushups, and tricep dips. For first-year exempt player Johnathan Bower of Middletown, Pa., conditioning involves bowling every tournament I can find. For 34-time PBA Tour title winner and Hall of Famer Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., staying in good physical condition is a non-stop routine. I have my regular workout regimen which keeps me in great shape, the 5-foot6, 128-pounder said. At age 47 I have to keep in shape to compete with the young guns. Although there is no substitute for youth, we can prolong the inevitable for some years if we keep ourselves strong and in good shape all of the time.

November 2 - 8, 2011

SPORTS REPORTER

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November 2 - 8, 2011

ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Monday Early Birds - Jim Westergaard 299-820, Richard Schwager 266-617, Frank Grumka 267-648, Kevin Sikora 235 game; Terry Berkheimer 215-569, Anne Caraccioli 189 game; Doris Macone 199 game; Matt Hoffman 266 game, Duke Nicolian 257-676; Spanish American League - Robert Soto 257-665 County Tuesday Night - Charles T. Wilfong 267-670; John Pezzino 258-645; Nichole Spratford 251-657; Linda Barber 245-571; Ralph Marrero 257-691; Matt Franke 255 Fox Hill Seniors - Don King 206-517; Peter Forman 155-game; Rick Martone 226-594; Frank Rosenbaum 211-483, Louis Ecanosti 211 game, Barbara Krajkowski 172-436; Helen Loverro 166 game Rockaway Woman - Susan Chillemi 207-552, Lois Kehmna 189-559, Marybeth Kanouse 193-536, Susan Ruiz 188-512 Morris Hills Mixed - Bill Hamilton 209-591, Sal Antoniello 199-465, Rob Perry 169-448, Pam Antoniello 168-460, Rosemary Muscolino 166-421; Bill Woodbury 203-511, Pam Antoniello 203-551; Sal Antoniello 227-479 Rockaway Foursome - Shawn Casey 283-695; Ron ONeil 266-660, Chris Morris 255 game, Liesl Apgar 236-688; Nancy Piechocki 213532; George Dakak Jr. 257-740; Ron O"Neil 244-625, Liza DiNapoli 223-582 PBA League - Scott Struble 266-593, Thomas Lulewicz 224-589; Liesl Apgar 199-548; Tami Hehesy 183-440; John Vorst 234-615; Joseph Caloger 224-537 Thursday Nite Mixed - Wayne Poverstein 268-673; Crabby Brown 238-612; Lee Ann Mackin 190-544;Scott Struble 234-610; Rose Hicks 214-game NorBu - Chirs Bakos 225-584, Maryann Abasto 197-517; Jon Klejmont 267-648, Helen Titus 198-460 Lake Hiawatha - 255-681; Jay McGrath 252-621; Doug Batsch 248 Friday Nite Mens - Chris Morris 257-701, Joseph Steward 253 game; John Rotella 250 game, Ken George 248-706 Friday Tri Mixed Jerry Szekula Jr. 202-503; Joe Blahovec 189-534; Michelle Halko 200-525 Rockaway Mixed - Dennis Neielsen 245-game; Jim Testa 239 659; Lynne Cosle Man 248-536; Barry Lehman 258-673; Walt Forrester 255 game; Donna Sodano 227 game

AT OCEAN
Hunter Carlsen 211
LAKEWOOD, NJ While competing in the in the Saturday Junior Classic League, Hunter Carlsen rolled a high 211game followed by Michael Tedeschi with 194, Jessica Cohen 190, McKenna Collier 189, Carolyn Jones 181, Heather Lago 161, April Sharkey 159, Katie Hagan 155, Misty Downs 154, Vicky Spiro 152, and Emily Spiber 152

Rob Roman 745 at Parkway Lanes


Elmwood Park, NJ Rob Roman led all pin attackers with scores of 187-290-268 for a strong 745 series to lead an active night of high scorers in the Wednesday, Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. Ed Bakelaar Sr 254-739 rolling another nice series while Jan Dul hit 259-728, Steve Semancik268-728, Ed Bakelaar Jr 246-726, Shea McGowan 257-716, Mike Guglielmino 279-715 and Rich DeLorenzo Jr 279-715

Michael Guzman 173


LAKEWOOD, NJ Michael Guzman rolled 173, Alec Hehir 169, Kamerin Peters 152, Paige Peters 150 and Livia Spalluto and Mikayla Lane each posted a 120 game.

Alec Hehir 169


LAKEWOOD, NJ Alec Hehir rolled 169, Kamerin Peters 152, Paige Peters 150, Livia Spalluto and Mikayla Lane 120, and Deann Downs 112 in the Saturday Pin Hitters League.

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MONTVALE JUNIORS
By Dennis O'Flaherty MONTVALE, NJ - Josh Taylor lead the scoring in the Montvale Singles with a 649 series, highlighted by a 268 game followed by a 231. Tim Frantin was close behind with a 645, with games of 258 and 209, and Nick Rossi shot a 619, including games of 242 and 207. Chris Macchione rolled a 215, Ray Lavender shot a 209, Katie Didonato rolled a 193 and Alec Gillinder had a 189. In the Strikers league, Matt Macchione rolled a 198 and Eric Skoog shot a 148.

Danny Bivin Tops in Adult/Junior Play


By Vince Albrecht NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ 07-15-11 In the Adult-Youth Doubles at North Arlington ended with the streaking Flaming Mangos cruising past the Razzle Dazzlerz, 7-0 behind youth leader Danny Bivins 197-512. The red-hot Mangos have blazed their way to three consecutive sweeps and have opened up a ten and one-half point league lead over the Dazzlers. Elsewhere, 13-year-old Alec Gruttadauria rolled his high game of the season, 193, as he guided Kurgan Bergen to a 7-0 whitewash of Disastrous Poultry whom theyll meet again in next weeks position encounter.

November 2 - 8, 2011

SPORTS REPORTER

SPORTS REPORTER

November 2 - 8, 2011

THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC


Angelo Fallacaro 759
HOPELAWN, NJ Angelo Fallacaro topped the scoring in the Raritan Bay Mens League firing games of 267-237-255 for the session high series of 759. Rick Sciulla rolled 280-223223-726, Daniel Lopez 238-289716, Bob Crandall 279-225-202706, Patrick Plate 221-268-686, Rich Nicholls 205-237-241-683.

SOUTH LEVITTOWN
Bret Doremus 290
LEVITTOWN, NY Bret Doremus blasted a high game of 290 to lead all bowlers rolling in the Thursday Night Foursome League. Matt Mege hit 279 followed by Alan Ott and Cary Klivan each with a 278 game, Ron Siano wiht 268-741, Bruce Kaizer 267-724, Norm Ginsberg, Sr. 267 and Vinny Sanquini 267.

Erin Drakoulis 739


HOPELAWN, NJ - Erin Drakoulis topped the scoring in the Madison Park Mens League with 224-279-236 for a 739 set. Joe Herber shot 248-223-217688, Anthony Martino 212-249228-688, Danny Knopf 210-255217-682, Michael Garcia 242254-672, Matthew Manenty 225243-666, Michael Brus III 221222-222-665, and Michael Dinaburg 204-255-653.

Ed Aumann 698
HOPELAWN, NJ Ed Aumann led the NJ Turnpike League firing 242-246-210 for a high series of 698. Michael Morris shot 269-201225-695, Drew Rucinski 244-235655, Pat Jones 233, and Joyce Ellison 222. Joseph Krupinski rolled 248,and Chris Krupinski 223-207 in the Atlantic City Trios League. Scott Akalewicz rolled 213 in the Thursday Nite Mixed League.

Pete DiGiuseppe, Jr. 750


LEVITTOWN, NY Pete DiGiuseppe, Jr. led the scoring in the Friday Astoria Federal Mens League firing games of 278 and 259 for the session high series of 750. Paul Mazza 278, Rich Hansen 257, Mike Forman 256-284, Mike Clark 255-712, Paul Verderosa, Sr. 253, Mickey Gallagher 253-719 and Brian Heyman 255-254-713.

Elio Carrasco 744


HOPELAWN, NJ Elio Carrasco set the pace for the Sunday Nite Mixed League tossing 244-223-277 for a 744 high set. Sean Williams rolled 237-249661, Aaron Williams 259-635, Carole Lopez 206-225-626, and Bob Nebus 220-201-204-625.

Frank Viverito 728


HOPELAWN, NJ Frank Viverito led the Academy Madness League pitching 237202-289 for the high series of 728. Jeff Monteleone shot 215-236253-704, James Joyner 233-248211-692, Nick Viverito 232-214632, and Bonnie Desimone 201213-606.

Michael Garcia 693


HOPELAWN, NJ- Michael Garcia led the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League bowling 232-223-238- 693. Vinnie Russo shot 244-257681, Frank Testa 206-225-232663, Kevin Eccleston 265-635, and Joe Thurston 243. William D. Willard hit 218 and William G. Willard 204 in the Tuesday Nite Trios League. Andrew Shaw rolled 206 and Brielle Bannister 204 in the Avenel Youth League.

Brian Berg 287-744


LEVITTOWN, NY Brian Berg led the scoring in the Thursday Charles McShane 4-Man League firing a high game of 287 and a high seires of 744. Brad Camarano hit 277, Phil Kelly 270, Goerge Woodwiss 717 and Michelle Grexer 211.

Kevin Kennelly 744


HOPELAWN, NJ - Kevin Kennelly led the scoring in the Thursday Mixed Nuts League firing games of 250-258-236 for a high series of 744. Don M. Hellhake shot 224-610, Brian Petretta 212, and Mike P. Kennelly 211. In the His & Hers League Carmine Latin hit 245-202-640, Michael Holoka 235-208-635, Tom Poulos 226-212-628, and Linda Shafer 227-214-610.

Charlie Stumpf 254


LEVITTOWN, NY Charlie Stumpf led the scoring in the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors League firing a high game of 254. Ray Wilson rolled 239 followed by Pete Thomasefsky with a 215 and Jack Mateer hit 201. In the Wednesday Ladies of the Morning League Debbie Darr rolled 217 and Mel Bonnano posted a 204 game.

Rocco Fortunato 721


HOPELAWN, NJ Rocco Fortunato paced the Family League firing 227-248-246 for a high 721 set. Bob Nebus rolled 252-220212-684, Kevin Kopko 221-203217-641, and Thomas Kopko 215, Joey Mack 209, and Anthony Angotti 208. Mark Cumber shot 222 in the Bank League.