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ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Pete

Morreale blasted a 300 game


along with games of 227 and 243
for a 769 series in the Tuesday
Oceanside K of C League at
Rockville Centre Lanes.
Kyle Smith shot 246-234-299-
779, Al Fabino 276-236-244-756,
Pete Tuminello 298, Joe Lupo
221-254-232-707, Nolan Ryder
290-230-696, and Ernest Butt
207-260-225-692.
Ellen Moores 300 is Historic
At Plaza Lanes
Glen Fry 300 at Rockaway Lanes
LODI, NJ Alex Protin tossed a
300 game while rolling in the
Monday Night Trios at Lodi Lanes
and Sharon Marcellaro posted an
impressive 280 game
Pete Morreale 300 at Rockville Centre
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Alex Protin 300 at Lodi Lanes
ROCKAWAY, NJ - Glen Fry
slammed a 300 game in the
County Tuesday Night Mixed
League at Rockaway Lanes.
Allen Flood Jr. tossed a 279,
Nichole Opsasnick hit 256, Lynn
Coleman 255, Sandy Turner 248,
Paul Shiel 268-738, Gene Pukas
266-654, and Stacy Yodice 245-
654.
ARLINGTON, Texas - The United States Bowling Congress and the Bowling Proprietors'
Association of America have joined forces to secure the future of one of bowling's most
important brands - Bowling's U.S. Open.
In an agreement announced last week, USBC and BPAA have agreed to a three-year deal
that will see USBC operate and conduct the U.S. Open for men and women in 2015, 2016
and 2017.
"USBC as the national governing body for bowling is committed to supporting competitive
bowling and the U.S. Open brand plays an important role," USBC President Andrew Cain
said. "We are proud to work alongside our partners at BPAA to secure a certain future for the
U.S. Open."
As part of the agreement, USBC and BPAA each will contribute at least $100,000 annual-
ly toward operating the events; further details will be announced at a later date.
"BPAA and USBC are dedicated to working together to better the sport of bowling and this
partnership is just another example of that cooperation," BPAA President Cathy DeSocio
said. "BPAA is proud the U.S. Open brand can continue for years to come and that the sport's
greatest athletes will have an opportunity to compete for this prestigious title."
The agreement does not include a broadcast television partner for the events. If a sponsor
for television is not secured, live streaming coverage of the events will be provided.
"A television package is certainly not out of the question and something we will work to
acquire moving forward," Cain said. "We will be re-engaging partners and other sponsors in
an effort develop a model that will benefit the entire industry."
The U.S. Open has a rich tradition that dates more than 40 years and has been won by some
of the greatest players in the sport's history.
USBC, BPAA REACH AGREEMENT TO BRING BACK BOWLING'S U.S. OPEN
By Lucas Wiseman - IBC
Ana DeLeon, Jake Rollins Grab BCYBAAll-Events Titles
MADISON, NJ Ellen Moore
bowled her first 300 in the Fri.
Classic League and became only the
2nd female to bowl a 300 at Plaza
Lanes.
Ben Geffken shot 267, Trevor
Bogert 264, Andre Stephens 259-
696, Joe Parisi 677, Pete Caporaso
669, PattY Hanlein 236, and Laura
Russo 213.
In the Ladies League Elaine Wilson
and Cindy Heinemeyer rolled 180.
LODI, NJ - The 49th Annual Bergen County Youth
Bowling Association Scholarship Tournament pro-
duced big numbers at Lodi Lanes and, not surpris-
ingly, 17-year-old State Bowler of the Year Glen
Rock senior Jake Rollins captured the scratch all-
events crown; Jake blasted a dazzling 2135, an
average of 237.22 for his nine games which includ-
ed a phenomenal 300 game and an 825 three-
some.It was the third consecutive all-events title
earned by Rollins in this annual competition.
Firing the other tournament 300, his first sanc-
tioned perfecto, was 15-year-old Donovan
Battistus.
The Girls all-events winner was former Paramus
Catholic star Anastasia DeLeon with a 1915 net. In
the handicap matches, Ana took second in Singles
A and runnerup in Doubles A with DePaul
junior Joseph Malyack.
Tournament Winners
High Net 3-Game Set: [Boys] - Jake Rollins 825 [Girls]
- Anastasia DeLeon 665
High Net Single: [Boys] Donovan Battistus, Jake
Rollins 300; [Girls] Anastasia DeLeon 259
Handicap Events: Division A Singles - Zach Vitelli
756, Anastasia DeLeon 752, Matt Burzynski 749 and
Alijah Jackson 744. Division B Singles - Allison
Homler and Marissa Cosentini 793. Division A Doubles
- Jordan Lopez and Zachary Seegers 1596, Anastasia
DeLeon and Joseph Malyack 1545, Nick and Louis
Ferrante 1473. Division B Doubles - Katrina and Steven
Plaszky 1573, Kristen Benavente and Matt Macchione
1512. Division A Team - Ryan Perez, Arielle Wallace,
Brittany Hovan and Alex Vorhees 2918; Donovan
Battistus, Tyler Keefe, Zachary Seegers and Jordan Lopez
2890. Division B Team - Kristen Benavente, Gabriella
and Marissa Stellacci, Matt Macchione 3140.
Jason French 300-840, Robert Burling 300 at Rockville Centre
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Jason French and Robert Burling each blasted a 300 game in the Monday RVC 4
Man Classic at Rockville Centre Lanes. Jason shot 300-289-251-840.
Tim Swanson hit 240-257-270-767, Gary Robertson 268-239-258-765, Jim Hambel 265-267-215-747,
Jamaal Braddon 288-246-724, Mark Slade 266-238-232-736, Mike Murray 280-237-700, and Chun Bae and
Matt Wright 279.
2 SPORTS REPORTER May 21 - 27, 2014
"The quality of a leader is reflected
in the standards they set for themselves."
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ARLINGTON, Texas - The United States Bowling Congress and the
Professional Bowlers Association have announced a multi-year agree-
ment to include the USBC Masters in a showcase timeslot on national
television as part of the PBA Tour schedule in 2015 and 2016.
Under the agreement, the 2015 USBC Masters is scheduled to be con-
ducted at Ashwaubenon Bowl in Green Bay, Wis., starting Feb. 2 with
the finals broadcast on Feb. 8. The 2015 event had previously been
planned for late summer.
The agreement calls for the 2016 USBC Masters to return to
Brunswick Zone Carolier in North Brunswick, N.J., where the event was
a sellout in 2013 and 2014.
"As the national governing body for the sport, USBC is proud to sup-
port the highest level of competitive bowling and the PBA Tour through
this agreement," USBC Interim Executive Director Chad Murphy said.
"Having the USBC Masters as a part of the traditional pro tour schedule
provides better value for the PBA, the bowlers and product manufactur-
ers. The leadership at USBC is committed to decision making that
strengthens high-level competition for our sport."
The new agreement also extends the USBC partnership with PBA
related to promoting and operating PBA Experience leagues through the
USBC Sport Bowling program.
"The PBA is excited to have the USBC Masters in place as part of the
future PBA Tour schedule, and PBA Experience leagues are a great
engagement program," PBA Commissioner Tom Clark said. "A solid
partnership between PBA and USBC benefits all of bowling."
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The PBA and United States Bowling Congress have
agreed upon a two-year agreement to include the USBC
Masters in a showcase timeslot as part of the PBA Tours
winter television schedule. The 2015 USBC Masters will
be hosted by Ashwaubenon Bowl in Green Bay, Wis.,
starting Feb. 2 with the finals broadcast on Feb. 8 and the
2016 USBC Masters will return to Brunswick Zone
Carolier in North Brunswick, N.J., where the event was
a sellout in 2013 and 2014.
The new agreement also extends the PBA-USBC part-
nership related to promoting and operating PBA
Experience leagues through the USBC Sport Bowling
program. Bill Vint - PBA
Karl Kattermann, Nick Cilento Pace
Youth at Holiday Bowl
By Vince Albrecht
OAKLAND, NJ In Stan Niemiec youth travel play at Holiday, there
were nine 600+ sets tallied, the best of which was Boonton anchor
Karl Kattermanns triple deuce [225-254-203] 682. Recently Karl has
been on fire, averaging 227 lifting his average to 209. Despite Karls
efforts and fine games from teammates Sean McGuire 214, 13-year-old
Adam Gelvan 201 and Randy Devitt 187, Boonton had to settle for two
points against first place Holiday which blasted a net 2533, its best of
the season. Nick Cilento hit 202-256-212-670, Alex McGuire 221-259-
661, 13-year-old Ryan McGuire 268-630 and Frank Magyar 200. Young
Ryans 268 was the high single for the afternoon and in his last four
matches, hes averaged 206, improving his overall mark to 187, a gain
of thirteen points.
Mike Messina 736 at Howell Lanes
By John Jennings
HOWELL, NJ- In the Monday night Hankel Classic at Howell Lanes,
Mike Messina shot a 736-278-257 to lead the league.
Mike Stevens 722-265, Mike Skillman 717- 248-247, Mike
Ciacciarelli 259, Joe Fariello 267 and T. J. Stevens 267, Joe Polizzi 711,
Larry Gitlitz 705, Jeff Warbet 703
Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga,
N.Y., the first woman to appear in
the nationally-televised finals of a
PBA Tour event (2005 Banquet
Open in Wyoming, Mich., when
she finished second to Tommy
Jones) and the first woman to win
a PBA Regional title (also in 2005
in Rome, N.Y.), will receive the
National Polish-American Sports
Hall of Fames Excellence in
Sports Award during the organiza-
tions 42nd annual induction din-
ner on June 19 in Troy, Mich.
Johnson, who also owns two
PBA Womens Series titles, has
won the Womens U.S. Open three
times and the USBC Queens
among her 14 national womens
professional titles. She is the first
bowler and first female to win the
NPASHFs Excellence in Sports
Award.
Liz Johnson Honored
May 21 - 27, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 3
ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Rockaway Mixed - Heriberto Matias 279-772, Chris Morris 277; John Rotella 266-, Nidia Haneveld 276-637,
Lynne Coleman 266-721, Keri May 257-711, PJ Adams 278-745, Donna Sodano 210-543.
Thursday Night Mixed - Mike Ireton 277-715, Kevin Helm 259-70, Bill Coleman 258-719, Nidia Haneveld
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Lake Hiawatha Men - J.W. Albensi 286-711, PJ Adams 256-717, Vernon Tatum 253, Maryann Abasto 245-
600, John Finno 278-730, Robert Rosen 248, Maryann Abasto 237-543.
Put Togethers - Bill Mott 163-452, Matt Trimmer 150-404, Jerry Szekula Sr. 148-388, Keri May 257-706,
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Spanish American - Heriberto Matias 267-697, PJ Adams 248-697, Tyrone Waal 246, Lynn Coleman 257-
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Monday Early Birds - Mike Riley 269-734, James Stiles 269-658, Jimmy Westergaard 243-635, Michelle
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525 Route 9 North, HopeIawn, NJ 08861
SUMMER LEAGUES FEATURING:

10
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"PBA Sport Shot SingIes"
Wednesday Night at 7:45 p.m.
Bowling on a different PBA shot each week
14 weeks, $30 per week - Starting May 28
th

$2,000 First PIace
(Based on 50 bowlers)
The last night of bowling the top 5 bowlers bowl for
an extra $500 on the US open Shot!

Monday Coors Light MAIN EVENT
Handicap - 8:00 p.m. Starting May 19th
$5,000.00 First Place
(Based on 20 teams)

Tuesday 400 Handicap Doubles
8:00 p.m. Starting June 3rd
$3,000.00 First Place
(Based on 40 teams)

Summer Just for Fun!!
Handicap 7:00 p.m. Starts June 5th
$15.00 per week - 12 weeks of bowIing
4 BowIers Per Team!
3 FREE GAMES EVERY WEEK!
Sponsored by MILLER LITE
(EACHWEEK PIZZAPIEANDAPITCHEROFMILLERLITE)
(Must be 21-years or older to drink alcohol)



Thursday Performance Ball Trios
Everyone receives the ball of your choice
8:00 p.m. - $23.00 per week - Starts May 29th

Wednesday Night
Guys and Dolls Mixed
Handicap - 6:30 p.m. Starts May 28th
4 BOWLERS PER TEAM!

Thursday and Sunday Nights
All You Can Bowl
8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. - Only $10.00 per person

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.PLUS MANY MORE LEAGUES INCLUDING:
MENS WOMENS - CHILD/ADULT
Also Accepting Team and League Reservations for 2014/2015 Season
*Bowl in a Modern Clean Facility*
*With a Customer Friendly Staff*
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Call For More Information
732-826-6800
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MONTVALE LANES
montvalelanes.com
14 West Grand Avenue, Montvale, NJ 07645
(Exit 172 G.S. Parkway)
Bergen County Championships
Saturday and Sunday April 26 and 27
Saturday and Sunday May 3 and 4
Summer Leagues Forming:
Tuesday Summer Open Doubles
$1500 1st place based on 13 weeks and 24 teams
Thursday 3 Man Lg. - Tuesday Night Ladies
Wednesday Night Mixed - Monday Adult/1r.

Come see our specials. We will advertise specials regularly on our web site and send
extra specials to anyone on our e-mail list. See our website Ior details.
Home of many Mens, Womens and Mixed Leagues
Excellent Junior Program
Adult-Junior Leagues
Schools, Camps and Corporate Groups Welcome
`Kids Parties - `Bumper Bowling
`Friendly Family Atmosphere

Mike Funtsch Manager
Jason Oppelt Assistant Manager
Jean Fulmore League Coordinator
Bob Balzarek Junior Program Coordinator
Call for more information:
201-391-3400
Monday Night Trios
Todd Rozsa had the top scores
with his 290, 11 in a row, 278-781,
Mike Kavanagh 278-665, Steve
Smith 267, Gary Seaman and
Mike Marano 256, Rich Graf 247,
Alan Kowal, Our own Marko
Petronijevio and Mike Roman
246, and for the ladies, Nicole
Sisto 217, Robyn Vitale 202.
Public Safety
Bill Ochiuzzo had the high
game of the night with his 270-
687, Jose Morell 256, Kevin
(Tito) Jackson 248, Mike
Neocleous 245, Billy Lyons had
a good night with his 243-237-
675 and Belinda Mendz showed
the guys with her 252-226-211-
689
Wed Early 5-Man
The high game of the night
was Keith Schirmer with a 288,
Bill Cappiello hit 279, Joe
Leardo Jr. 259, Al Luzzi was on
his game with a 247, Bret
Contreras and Fred OCallaghan
246, Ed Lisi 244, Andrew
Thomas 238.
Monday Sun Mix: Marquis Byrd
278, Steve Vandenhenden 258-
748, Michael LaSpada 254.
Wednesday Men's 820: Karl
Kalogera 268-735, Vinny Lipari
267, Kris Kleinbach 266.
Saturday Fil-Am: Tom Flynn Jr.
299-802, Efren Capalaran 297,
Joel Martinez 287.
AT AMF WALLINGTON
ATLODI LANES
May 21 - 27, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 5
"We open every
day at 9am as we
have since 1960"
Where League
Bowlers are.....
Always
Welcome
6 SPORTS REPORTER May 21 - 27, 2014
Tom Martino, Jr. 742
HOPELAWN, NJ Tom Martino,
Jr. led the Family League firing
247-278-217 for a high 742 set.
Steve Venito shot 268-246-731,
Joe Bloodgood 224-223-257-704,
Rocco Fortunato 246-224-676.
Will Figueroa 725
HOPELAWN, NJ Will Figueroa
led the His & Hers League firing
233-234-258 for a high 725.
Michael Holocka shot 216-268-
205-689, Walter Malecki 203-259-
648, and Dennis Decrosta 200-
220-226-646.
Frank Viverito 671
HOPELAWN, NJ Frank
Viverito led the scoring in the
Academy Madness League firing
games of 217-235-219 for a high
series of 671.
Mike Stenger rolled 210-253-659,
and Mike Ferraro 223-222-637.
In the Tuesday Night Mixed
League Steve Baum, Sr. rolled
259, Tony Woodcock 227, and
Daniel J. Willard 216.
Rich Rowley 658
HOPELAWN, NJ Rich Rowley
led the scoring in the Winter
Senior Citizen League firing
games of 221-216-221 for a high
series of 658.
Larry Johnson hit 162, and
Wayne Michel 157.
John Decibus 678
HOPELAWN, NJ John Decibus
led the scoring in the Thursday Nite
Mixed League firing games of 200-
264-214 for a high series of 678.
Rollin E. Ball shot 249-215-666,
Kyle Jannuzzi 244-235-662, and
John Lennox 228-230-660.
In the Merck League Bobby
McCracken shot 235-211-607, Pete
Siarkiewicz 224-221-603, and
Andrew Siarkiewicz 212-603.
Miguel Arocho 615
HOPELAWN, NJ Miguel
Arocho led the Avenel Youth
League with 163-249-203- 615.
Jason Amsterdam rolled 265,
Deanna Calantoni 208-264,
Anthony Falcone 212, Jonathan
Barrese 210, and Andrew Shaw 204.
Andrew Shaw 652
HOPELAWN, NJ Andrew Shaw
led the scoring in the Avenel Youth
League firing games of 234-226-
192 for a high series of 652.
Christopher Affinito rolled 203-
265-605, Deanna Calantoni 212,
Jason Amsterdam 205, and
Branden Barrese 204.
In the Iseliln AA League Darris
Duma shot 205-212-607, Mark
Wiget 224-605, Danny Hunter
206, and Bob Fischer 244.
In the Wednesday Early Birds
League Char Martino shot 193-
181, and Sharon Bongik 153.
In the 12 for 12 League Harrison
Shafran shot 134-130, Andrew
Droulette 122, and Rob Desmond
114.
200 US 46
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ
07407
P: 201-791-4680
F: 201-773-0535
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THE SUMMER SEASON IS ALMOST HERE!
Please browse the list below of our upcoming 2014 Summer Season.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!
Note that all leagues have availability for singles or full-teams to sign up!
Not able to drop off your application? Fill one out at www.parkwaylanesnj.com.
(Remember: All who sign up receive 30 FREE GAMES of practice at the end of the season!)
Monday 7:00PM Georges Memorial 4 per Team Any Combo.
85% Handicap League Starting: June 2, 2014
Monday 7:00PM Coors PBA Pro Tour Exp. Singles
Scratch (Note: PBA Lane Conditions Apply) Starting: June 2, 2014
Tuesday 6:00PM Rising Bowlers - Free Bowling Ball! 4 per Team Any Combo.
90% Handicap League - Entry-Level bowlers! Starting: May 27, 2014
Tuesday 7:30PM Fred Gowe 555-660 Trios 3 per Team Any Combo.
Match Point & 80% Idv. and Team Handicap League Starting: May 27, 2014
Wednesday 7:00PM Parkway Foursome 4 per Team Mixed
80% Handicap League Starting: May 28, 2014
Thursday 6:00PM Junior Coaching & Junior Gold
Youth Bowlers up to 21 Coaching & Junior Gold Program Starting: May 29, 2014
Thursday 7:30PM Summer International 4 per Team Any Combo.
85% Handicap League Starting: May 29, 2014
Friday 8:00PM Adult/Youth Doubles 2 per Team Any Combo.
Handicap League (100%, Youth Receives A Bowling Ball!) Starting: May 23, 2014
Friday 9:00PM Continental Association Trios 3 per Team Mixed
80% Handicap League, 625 Team Cap. Starting: June 6, 2014
Sunday 6:30PM King of The Hill (Walk in event!)
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Get in the Game Trio
Tuesday 8:20pm Only $15. per week
$1,000 First Place Per Person
Starts 1uesday Iune 3, 2014
Ocean Experience League
Single - Open to all Bowlers - Sport Patterns

Ocean Experience Tournaments
First Sunday of the Month - 7 PM
Sponsored by Radical Bowling
Free Radical Ball Giveaway
Call for more information
732-363-3421
Find us at: Facebook.com/oceanlanes
Singles Scratch
Bowling Tournament
Hosted by:
Papps Bowling Center
244 RT. 130 Bordentown, NJ

Saturday June 28th 7pm
(Check in 6:30)
Sponsored by:
Slocums Bowl-O-Drome,Ewing,NJ

6 Games - $50.00 Entry
1
st
$500.00
(min. of 36 entries)

12 wood lanes - Above ground ball returns
Manual scoring - bring your pencils and best penmanship!
All about the fun! Not the money!
Tell a friend because this will never happen again!
B.Y.O.B. No bar at Papps
Space is limited! To reserve your spot call/text:
George Lucas 848-525-1273
Brian Lucas 908-285-1560
Paul Helms 609-890-6020

Papps will be closing its doors after 50 years in business.
Come out and experience old time bowling for the final time!
May 21 - 27, 2014 SPORTS REPORTER 7
AT RABS COUNTRY LANES
Lisa Laursen 713
STATEN ISLAND, NY Lisa
Laursen led the scoring in the
Gennaros Ladies Classic League
firing games of 245-265 for a high
series of713.
Kathy Zarr shot 255-623, Karilyn
Buono 236-617, Kelly Schrapp
220-211-611, Lisa Palazzola 235-
605, Linda Venosa 215-213-601,
Nza Labetti 258, Sue Dalton 233,
Jennifer Jacabsen 226, Lilsa
Collette 225, Dotty Bellantoni
221, and Erica Kavanagh 216.
Matt Koplowitz 699
STATEN ISLAND, NY Matt
Koplowitz blasted 279-699, Jason
Todaro 255, Derek Gilbert 248,
and Paul Sheier 244 in the Cartel
Electric Fun League.
Don Schwed 695
STATEN ISLAND, NY Don
Schwed led the scoring in the
Action League firing games of
235-225-235 for a high series of
695.
John Eadicicco shot 213-279-
670, Tom Mannino 236-247-654,
Mike King 208-248-649, and Pat
Valenti 247-204-644.
Ross Gottlieb 690
STATEN ISLAND, NY Ross
Gottlieb led the scoring in the
Friday Nite Mixed Quartets
League firing a 242 game for a
high series of 690.
Gene Ledger rolled 245-687,
Kevin Magnussen 672, Ashley
Gottlieb 225-257-668, Tom Farina
267-660, Allyson Rowe 245, and
John Lugo 244.
AMF WaIIington Lanes
299 Paterson Ave., Wallington, NJ 07057
973-773-9100

Summer BowIing Leagues
Come join us for the Summer

Monday: Mixed 4 Some 20 + Teams starts June 2
nd

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Tuesday: Lousy BowIers starts June 3rd
4 per team any Combination
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Tuesday: Mixed 4 any combination
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Thursday: GIoria's Anyway DoubIes
30+ teams 4-game set $3000. 1st PIace
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AII New Senior Day Leagues
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All New Qubica Scoring System - Highest Scores Around
All New Incentives - Free games for all league bowlers
20% off all Food & Beverage
Under New Management Markos Back!
Jake Bird 278
MADISON, NJ Jake Bird led the scoring in the
Police & Fire League firing a high game of 278.
Donald Bryan hit 267, Jopseh Tyson 246, and
Clarinda Landi 207.
Ben Geffken 731
MADISON, NJ Ben Geffken led the Wednesday
Trio League firing a 269 game for a high 731.
Tom Kreder shot 279-709, Bryan Katz and Tim
Rowe 264, Trevor Bogert 708, and Stephanie Rahn
238-614.
In the Junior/Major Breakfast Club League Evan
Weinberg shot 221, Robert Bednarik 202, Tim Guider
194, Laura Potechin 192, and Rebecca Bednarik 173.
Jim Sirica 248
MADISON, NJ In the Thursday Mixed Jim Sirica
rolled 248, Bill Phair 224, and Thomas Litland 213.
Cindy Heinemeyer shot 182, Bea Reinacher 175,
and Rosemary Staskavage 174 in the Ladies League.
Michael Liu rolled 163, Charlie Clunk 159, Zachary
Linder 139, and Samantha Glunk 125 in the Bantam
Prep Breakfast Club League.
Al Klein 699
MADISON, NJ Al Klein paced the Livingston
Business Mens League firing a high series of 699.
Tom Klein shot 258, Bob Hannan 248-625, and
Noah Giglio 240.
Alice Bednarik 675
MADISON, NJ Alice Bednarik led the Monday
Night Ladies firing a 268 and a high series of 675.
Jode Belli shot 202, and Karin Sainato 192.
Dan Smith 227
MADISON, NJ- Dan Smith rolled 227, Joe Fosko
225, and Mark Terhune 221 in the Pharma Plus.
In the Ladies League Joyce Brokling rolled 203,
Elaine Wilson 182, and Joan Shiel 163.
Jim Sirica 225
MADISON, NJ Jim Sirica rolled 225, Bill Phair
222, and Mike Jenkins 201 in the Thursday Mixed .
Zachary Linder shot 170, Zachary Rieger 148,
Charlie Hunk 135, and Samantha Glunk 133 in the
Bantam Prep Breakfast Club League.
In the Monday Night Ladies League Alice Bednarik
shot 233, Jodi Belli 203, and Karin Sainato 181.
PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA
300 Main Street
Madison, NJ 07940

Tuesday Doubles
Starts May 27, 2014
2 bowlers per team - 14 weeks - handicap 80% of 200


Wednesday Trio
Starts May-28, 2014
3 bowlers per team - 14 weeks - handicap 85% of 220
Please call for more information on these and other Summer Programs
Plaza Lanes
300 Main Street, Madison, NJ 07940
973-377-8919
www.plazalanesbowling.net

8 SPORTS REPORTER May 21 - 27, 2014
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$12. Per Lane per Hour

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AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE LANES
Jamaal Braddon 792
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Jamaal Braddon led the scoring in the Monday RVC 4-Man
Classic League firing games of 280-255-257 for a high series of 792.
Len Ambruso shot 268-257-257-782, Bob Thorne 279-269-764, John Balbi 255-222-278-
755, Pat Zenker 289, and Dave Soren 256-245-246-747.
Rose Marie Yampiro shot 226, Gloria Belmonte 218, and Rhonda Portnoy 205 in the
Tuesday Ladies League.
Sean Cosme rolled 2324 in the Sunday Adult/Child Doubles League.
Al Fabiano 290
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Al Fabiano topped the scoring in the Tuesday Oceanside K of C
League firing a high game of 290 and a high series of 749.
Pete Morreale shot 269-716, Mark Gralto 278-687, and Kyle Smith 278-214-683.
Stan Rosadio 763
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Stan Rosadio topped the scoring in the Wednesday Senior
Doubles League firing games of 279-247-237 for a high series of 763.
Tom Saitta shot 235-245-265-745, George Fields 247-246-235-728, Aubrey Pereira 246-
235-237-718, and Michael Carpenter 225-224-268-707.
Al Stein 723
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Al Stein paced the scoring in the Tuesday Late Mens League
firing games of 212-244-267 for a high series of 723.
Anthony Bruno shot 279-223-709, John Hanlon 279-235-707, and Matthew Deller 252.
In the Tuesday Koffee Kats League Lori Flacks shot 202, Sondra Crummell and Donna
Milcetic 191.
Tarik Zephrine 697
ROCKVILLE, NY Tarik Zephrine led the scoring in the Saturday Scholarship League
firing games of 258-257 for a high series of 697.
Alexander Vilardi shot 276, Chris Messina 245-208, Adam Glickman 236, and Randy
Dotson and Maria Lucente 222-201.
In the Sunday Adult/Child Doubles League Sean Cosme rolled 190, and Peter
Scognamilli and Dean Tischer 189.

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Coming Up

May 24 Junior 8owlers Tour
Scratch Survival Tournament

May 2S World Match Games &
Northeast Senior Challenge resent
The 2
nd
Annual Memorial Day Classic

June 7 & 8 2
nd
Annual
Garden State Classic

Summer kING OI TnE nILL session starts
SUNDA, June 1
st
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Summer League Sign-ups
Have Begun.

Mon. Night 670 Trios 7:30

Tues. Night G&L Trios 7:30

Wed. Adult Junior 7:00

Wednesday Scratch Singles

Thurs. Night Doubles 8:00

Mon & Thurs Morn Seniors
In the Monday Charlie Capp Classic: John Vilardi 287-790, Nick Vaccaro 279, Darren
Leeds 279-723, Frank Montgoris 279-751, Alfonso Leonardo 269, All Day Buccellato
269, Chris Ziesig 268, Bruce Bernstein 267-715, Nick Caravella 266-727, Brian Sulzbach
265, Nick DAnna 264-707, Jason Kubat 262-702, Ross Robbins 740, Anthony Chiarenza
733, Vincent Geraci 716, Kenny Sanders 714, Chris Postel 700, Cristina Reale 289, Pati
Cacioppo 258-725, Michelle Montgoris 237-698, Vonetta Jolliffe 232, Nadine Williams-
Clory 226, Sami Morlack 222.
In the Tuesday BK Sweeneys: Joe Pascalli 239, Bill Hammond 238, Mike Gregorio 236,
John Gannon 235.
In the Tuesday Early Birds: Anne Zajack 233, Karen Bernardo 214, Reg Traina 213,
Diane Parziale 202, Freda Amon 201, Ann Marie Romano 201.
In the Wednesday Early Birds: Karen Rubinstein 208, Robin Bellantonio 202, Kathy
Lively 202.
In the Wednesday Young at Heart Seniors: Bob Haskin 227-644, Pete Thomasefsky
213-618, Richie Coyer 205.
In the Sunday AM Trios: Keith Hengel 278, Jim Risi 277, Justin Kampf 275-258-720,
Jeff Scarola 268-734, Charlie Minch 258, Eddie Norton 255, Gary Medina 254, Tony Pepe
709, Jack Kampf 704.
In the Monday Seniors: Michael Sala 266-650, Bob Haskin 227-212, Joe Marsiello 216,
Richard Mennona 214.
In the Monday LIA: Gilberto Cruz 269, Ray Perry 265, Darren Thomas 247, Taylor Groene
246, Shawn Blessinger 244, Kenny Daughn 701, Jen Zappolo 229, Patty Werbeck 211.
In the Wednesday Early Birds: Kathleen Puckhaber 205, Allison Proctor 201, Suzanne
Gates 201.
In the Wednesday Hicksville Elks: Lou Daguanno 289-247-771, Jon Crawford 244,
Tony Dominick 233-244-691, Janet Tasker 202.
In the Wednesday Knights of Columbus: Tony Notaristefano 254, Devin Coyle 246,
Don Cleary 266-674, Rich Kremler 256, Paul Kraus 238.
AT SOUTH LEVITTOWN LANES