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Vol. 78 No. 37 November 15 - 21, 2017 25 cents
Norm Duke, Francois Lavoie Win PBA Challenge Events Andrew Suscreba Collected 804
To Kick Off GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX At Lodi Lanes
By Bill Vint - PBA
RENO, Nev. Professional Bowlers LODI, NJ Andrew Suscreba col- 777 followed by Mike Brenner Sr.
Association Hall of Famer Norm Duke of lected an 804 series earning him with a 774, Rob Auriemma
Clermont, Fla., and 2016 PBA Rookie of the the top spot in the Tuesday Night punched a 297 game and Bob
Year Francois Lavoie of Quebec City, 4-Man League at Lodi Lanes. Boehm 289.
Quebec, kicked off the GEICO PBA World Greg Work impressed with his
Series of Bowling IX, presented by
Eldorado Reno Proprieties, with victories in Keith Bradley Hammered 300
the special PBA50 Tour and PBA Regional
Challenge events at the National Bowling At Coram Country Lanes
Stadium. CORAM, NY - Keith Bradley series of 801.
Duke, a 38-time PBA Tour champion earned top honors in the High Andrew D'Angelo shot 296, Mike
who endured a second-place plagued sea- Rollers League at Coram Lanes Karolewski 289-782, and Kyle
son in PBA senior tour competition, blasting a 300 game and a high Escobar 289.
completed a perfect match play round with
a 222-212 victory over newly-elected PBA
Hall of Famer Ron Mohr of Las Vegas to PBA photo
Keith Manze, Robert Bischodd 300
win the PBA50 Tour Challenge title, and Champions Norm Duke and Francois Lavoie At Maple Lanes RVC
an $8,000 prize heading into the start of on the PBA50 Tour. Those second place finishes got in
World Series competition. the way of the Player of the Year, which was a goal, but ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - John Shilling hit 278, Corey
Theres no place worse than second, Duke said you have to take pride in knowing you were in the race Both Keith Manze and Robert Mahoney 269-268-242-779, Frank
after winning an eight of his matches to reach the title all the way to the end. Bischodd blasted a 300 game Cimino 256, Glen Smith 247, and
match against Mohr. Its a nice start to the World while competing in the John Maglio 245.
Series and its a testament to how I bowled all season See PBA Page 2 Wednesday Early Mens League at
Maple Lanes RVC.
Things to Watch for in GEICO PBA
World Series of Bowling IX Kevin Kennelly Burned 300
RENO, Nev. For the third consecutive year, Renos team event will be the first events to air under a new At Majestic Lanes
National Bowling Stadium is home to the GEICO GoBowling.com umbrella sponsorship that extends
PBA World Series of Bowling IX, presented by into the 2018 season. GoBowling.com is the Bowling HOPELAWN, NJ - Kevin for a high series of 696.
Eldorado Reno Properties, the premier professional Proprietors Association of Americas go-to website Kennelly topped the scoring in the David Deavilla shot 216-237-
international showcase for the sport. to help grassroots bowlers locate BPAA-member Don E Helllhake Memorial 226-679, John Syslo 216-24-214-
A record 26 countries are represented in the multi- bowling centers. League rolling games of 212-300 654, and Manny Yamzon 220.
event extravaganza that is highlighted by seven taped The Go Bowling! PBA Tour sponsorship will cover
ESPN telecasts including the PBA World all PBA-televised events on ESPN and CBS Sports
Championship, the fifth and final major of the 2017 Network into 2018, and also will be the headliner for
Anthony Passeretti Sr. 300,
PBA Tour season. the Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary Classic at Joe Musolino 289 at Howell Lanes
A full field of 195 players compete in qualifying Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis in February.
HOWELL, NJ- Anthony Passeretti, Five bowlers scored 100 or more
and match play portions of the WSOB leading up to PBA World Championship The crown jewel of the
Sr. threw a 300 game and Joe pins over average (POA). Leslie
the ESPN finals which will live stream on ESPN3 WSOB is the PBA World Championship stepladder
Musolino a 289 with a stone 9-pin Bohn had high womens series
while they are being taped on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 for finals which will be taped Sunday, Nov. 19 at noon
on ball 11 in the opening session 617 highlighted with a 235 game.
telecast on ESPN at later dates. PT at the National Bowling Stadium. The World
of the Hankel Classic at Howell Under the new 4-part BOTM point
WSOB IX kicks off new Go Bowling! PBA Tour Championship is the fifth and final major of the 2017
Lanes. Musolino fired high series system, Passeretti and Musolino
umbrella sponsorship The ESPN-televised finals of PBA Tour season.
773, Passeretti 746, and Mike have 50 and 49 points with a 15
the four PBA animal pattern championships, PBA
World Championship, and the USA vs The World See WORLDSERIES Page 5 Valanzano tossed 749. point lead over Sean Kelley.
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PBA AT MAPLE LANES RVC
Continued from Page 1
Timothy Williams 743 Robert Lellig 279 Phil Schaffer 267
I knew I had to change my momentum coming into the World
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
Series. You can lose with big games, and win with lesser games, but
its winning thats important. This was a nice momentum boost. After Timothy Williams led the scoring Robert Lellig led the scoring in the Phil Schaffer bowled 267, Charles
all of the work I put into the U.S. Open (he finished fifth), I knew that in the Custom Thumbz Doubles Friday Night Mixed firing 279. Torres 260 Kyle O'Connor 258,
was going to pay dividends this week, and it already has. League firing games of 248-279- Gary Warner shot 277-254, John and Frank Cimino 247 in the
Lavoie, who currently lives in Wichita, Kan., where he starred as a 216 for a high series of 743. LaBau 268-239, Dan DiGirolamo Thursday Mixed League.
collegian and began his PBA Regional career, dominated the PBA Michael Bieniewicz rolled 270- 266, and Brian Battino 256. Jonathan Andersen 267
Southwest Region in competition points in 2017 and won a frame-for- 205, Alby Pezzella 269, Paul Keith Massimillo and Patrick ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
frame battle over PBA Midwest Regional points champ AJ Johnson of Circhero 267, and Carl Clory 255- Genna each bowled a 226 game in Jonathan Anderen rolled a high
Oswego, Ill., 247-235, when Johnson failed to strike on his first shot 257-223-735. the Sunday Adult/Child League, fol- game of 267 in the Wednesday
in the 10th frame. George Fields 288 lowed by Mark DeRosa with 212. Night Mixed League.
Bowling in the PBA Regional program when I was in college ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - James Borzonoi 277 Richard Russo shot 266, Jason
helped me get ready for this, Lavoie said of his impressive PBA Tour George Fields topped the scoring ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Grima 258, Robert Benenati 257-
debut, including the 2016 U.S. Open title. Everyone in the Challenge in the Thursday Senior Birds James Borzoni rolled a high game of 226,Timmy Mingo 247-237-256-
field bowled well in the regional program all year, so I knew it was League blasting a high game of 277 in the Tuesday Late Mens . 740, and Keith Benenati and
going to be a tough event to win. Its nice to have this under my belt 288,. Bill Latham shot 276-238, Randy Catania 256.
before the World Series gets started. Both Thomas Romanelli and Joe JimCarey 269-236, and Matthew In the Wednesday Clark Gillies
Both of the Challenge events culminated season-long competition DiRe shot 279, Charles Johnson Meaney 257. League Sheila Weissman rolled
points qualifying to allow players to reach the World Series, and enti- 258, and Jerry George 248. In the Tuesday Long Beach 180-174, and Angel Donnelly 169.
tled each of the competitors to paid entries into the World Series as
Patti Cacioppo 279 Catholic League Nancy Johnson shot Sean McGinn 248
well. The Challenge events, which were the debut events contested on
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In 188, and Erica Gershkowitz 179. ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In
the new PBA Earl Anthony 42 lane oiling pattern, were covered live
on PBAs online video streaming service, Xtra Frame. the Monday 4 Man Classic League Joe DiRe 269 the Thursday El Cheapo League
Patti Cacioppo bowled a high ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In Sean McGinn rolled 248-212,
AT CORAM COUNTRY LANES game of 279. the Wednesday AM Trios League Boris Sosa 224, Barry Lituchy
Rich Roth 278-708 Eddie Tirado 266-699 Alex Bogolubsky shot 278, Chris Joe DiRe rolled 269, Richard 216, and Mark Kopper 213.
Alessi 275-239-256-770, Gregory Franklin 256, Frank Krulish 254, In the Rockvilles League Stacy
CORAM, NY - Rich Roth topped CORAM, NY - Eddie Tirado led
Frank 268, Len Ambruso 267, and and Gary Mangiello 245. Salomides shot 221, Kathy
the Seniors League firing a high the scoring in the Wednesday
Mark Slade 259. In the Sunday Adult/Child League Andrews 217, and Vicky
278 and a high series of 708. Mixed League rolling a high game
In the Monday Ladies Classic Zachary Inserillo rolled 175. Lockwood 210.
Joe Romanski shot 257-678, John of 266 for a high series of 699.
League Jayne Zimmerman rolled
Romero 236, Chuck Schuster 234, Robert Bader rolled 257-694, and
193, Remee Mallay 187, and Linda
Barry Kopeloff 231, and Ron
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Pete Colarossi 256.
Walsh and Mindy Myers 179.
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THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC


Tommy Martino 756 Chuck Mantione 644 Joe Maloney 697 Daniel Pawelek 669 Pat Moreno 645
HOPELAWN, NJ - Tommy HOPELAWN, NJ - Chuck HOPELAWN, NJ - Joe Maloney HOPELAWN, NJ - Daniel HOPELAWN, NJ - Pat Moreno
Martino topped the scoring in the Mantione paced the scoring in topped the scoring in the Don E. Pawelek led the scoring in the paced the scoring in the Monday
Raritan Bay Mens League blast- the Federal Business Centers Hellhake Memorial League Family League rolling games of Night Mixed rolling games of
ing games of 276-268-212 for a League rolling games of 231-268 rolling games of 223-237-237 for 235-234-200 for a high series of 214-249 for a high series of 645.
high series of 756. for a high series of 664. a high series of 697, 669. John Baginsky shot 225-203-
Ernest Lukacs, Jr rolled 259- Rashaad Manns rolled 211, and Mike Dinaburg shot 237-223- Anthony Angotti hit 218, and 216-644, John Baginsky, Jr. 255,
207-266-732, Joe Lampariello Cynthia Williams 201. 653, Nick Biamonte 223-254- Steven Osiadacz 201. and Joe Herber 225-213-629.
238-247-233-718, and Brian Mike Kelly 710 650, and Damon Todman 243. Al Queen 663 Nicholas Piomelli 650
Sibilia 257-237-712. HOPELAWN, NJ - Mike Kelly HOPELAWN, NJ - Al Queen led HOPELAWN, NJ - Nicholas
Jose Medina 740 led the scoring in the Friday In the Winter Senior Citizens paced the Jerzey Pikers rolling Piomelli led the scoring in the
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jose Medina Night Mixed League rolling League Fernando Chea shot a 258-233 for a high series of 663. Thursday Night Mixed League
topped the scoring in the Garden games of 216-256-238 for a high high game of 225. Larry Clarke hit 232, Ted Yeung rolling games of 214-225-211 for
State Mixed League blasting series of 710. 210, and Joyce Ellison 204. a high series of 650.
games of 215-270-255-740. Ernesto Averia shot 269-655,
Kyle Jannuzzi shot 257-234- Kevin Eccleston 236-205-208-
657, Ray Torio 276-213-644, and 649, and Steve Osaidacz 215-
Ronnie Burwan 247 202-226-643.
Chuck Mantione 723 Richard Ruby 704
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Mantione led the scoring in the led the scoring in the Friday
Federal Business Centers League Night Classic League rolling
firing games of 231-244-248 for a games of 211-235-258 for a high
high series of 723. series of 704.
Dave Ryden shot 241, and John Manganello shot 279-243-
Frankie Whaler 214. 703, Russell Kyzima 242-215-
In the Jerzey Pikers League 226-683, and Vinnie Pagnotta
Larry Clarke shot 221, and Joyce 268-209-661.
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Another Record International Field, POY and ROY Races Among
Things to Watch for in GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX
Other events on ESPN In addition to the World World Series of Bowling: PBA World Championship.
Championship, ESPN will tape the finals of five other PBA Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts, one of the ris- Each lane condition used during the World Series is high-
events plus the World Bowling Tour Finals. Ticket prices ing stars in major league baseball, will compete in the PBA ly visible to spectators and ESPN viewers because blue dye
for ESPN tapings range from $5 to $25. Bowling fans can World Series of Bowling for the second time in 2017. Betts, is added to the lane conditioner for the telecasts, giving fans
also take advantage of GEICO World Series of Bowling IX 25, is an accomplished bowler who made it known he want- a unique visual reference of what players must navigate
Fan Experience packages which offer lodging and other ed to participate in the annual CP3 PBA Celebrity when competing in the finals. Fans will be able to watch
perks at Renos Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino. Invitational, a fund-raising event for NBA basketball star how the blue oil moves around under the traffic of bowling
For taping times and ticket information at the National Chris Pauls charitable foundation, which led to him being balls rolled during the competition.
Bowling Stadium go to: invited to bowl in PBAs WSOB VII in Reno in 2015. In his Renos role in professional bowling history Reno has
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pba-geico-wsob-ix-tv-tick- debut in professional bowling, Betts averaged a respectable hosted many topflight bowling competitions since 1977
ets-tickets-36369894333 190 for 60 games on four different PBA animal patterns. An when the Reno-Sparks Convention Center hosted the
For Fan Experience information go to : injury prevented him from bowling in 2016, but he is American Bowling Congress Championships Tournament
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-ultimate-geico-wsob- returning this year with hopes of improving upon his previ- for the first time. Since then, Reno has hosted many PBA
ix-experience-packages-tickets-35241700876 ous performance. and United States Bowling Congress events which have
Admission for all World Series preliminary qualifying World Series to play deciding role in Player, Rookie of the been some of the biggest bowling events in history. The
and match play rounds is free. Year races With five PBA Tour titles up for grabs, the National Bowling Stadium is marking its 22nd year of host-
For a complete listing of ESPN air dates for all WSOB WSOB is again expected to play a significant role in influ- ing topflight competition after opening its doors in 1995.
events visit http://www.pba.com/Television encing the 2017 PBA Player of the Year as well as Rookie Follow the action on pba.coms live scoring PBA fans
Xtra Frame provides world-wide exposure Xtra Frame, of the Year races. have a number of options for following WSOB IX action as
the PBAs online live streaming service, will provide With three wins each heading into the World Series, three- it happens (Xtra Frame, reports on PBAs Facebook page,
approximately 100 hours of live coverage of qualifying and time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte and defending social media updates by numerous PBA players on
match play rounds during the World Series, leading up to PBA Player of the Year EJ Tackett are considered early Facebook, Twitter and Instagram), and game by game scor-
the ESPN finals tapings. The subscription-based webcast- favorites for Player of the Year honors heading into WSOB ing also available on pba.coms live scoring feature. A part-
ing service continues to show steady growth in Europe, IX. The wide-open Rookie of the Year race features one of nership with Lane Talk provides PBAs ESPN, Xtra Frame
Asia, Australia and other regions as one element of the the strongest field of contenders in PBA history. and media relations staff with a variety of insightful statis-
PBAs comprehensive social media presence, which also PBA Hall of Famers entered: While young players are tical data to give fans an even more in-depth look at the
includes international audiences on Facebook, Twitter and making their mark this season on the PBA Tour, several of competition and the competitors.
YouTube. For Xtra Frame subscription information visit PBAs all-time greats will make their presence known. The Other special events: A showcase of youth bowling talent
www.xtraframe.tv. field includes five 50-and-older PBA Hall of Famers on display when the Teen Masters WSOB Open conducts
Live coverage for ESPN finals While ESPN telecasts of Parker Bohn III, Norm Duke, Amleto Monacelli, Pete doubles and singles events at the National Bowling Stadium
WSOB IX events are tape-delayed, fans can catch the finals Weber, Walter Ray Williams Jr. and newly-elected Chris Nov. 17-19.
live through ESPN3 or the WatchESPN app. Barnes. Grassroots amateur adult and youth bowlers can bowl
An international showcase The list of the record 26 Past World Championship winners entered: EJ Tackett with the pros by entering the GEICO PBA WSOB IX Pro-
countries represented includes: Argentina, Australia, (2016), Gary Faulkner Jr. (2015), Dom Barrett (Dec. 2013), Am on Friday Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. For an entry form and
Bahrain, Canada, China, Denmark, Ecuador, England, Parker Bohn III (Jan. 2013), Osku Palermaa (2012), Chris additional entry information contact the National Bowling
Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Barnes (2011), Tom Smallwood (2009), Walter Ray Stadium at (800) 304-2695.
Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Puerto Rico, South Williams Jr. (2001, 03, 06), Pete Weber (1989, 98), and
Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, Venezuela and the Patrick Allen (2005) are all past winners of the PBA World GEICO PBA WORLD SERIES OF BOWLING IX
United States. To check the complete WSOB IX roster to Championship. (A part of the 2017-18 Go Bowling! PBA Tour)
find players in your market area, go to: PBA Challenge Finals highlight other aspects of PBA presented by Eldorado Reno Properties
https://www.pba.com/Rosters/Details/2328. competition: The PBA50 Tours top eight players based on ESPN Finals Schedule (all taping times are Pacific)
EJ Tackett to defend World Championship title: In 2016, 2017 competition points and seven points champions from National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev.
(All finals will be live streamed on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app
EJ Tackett of Huntington, Ind., made history by winning the the PBAs domestic Regional program compete in head-to-
as they happen)
PBA World Championship at the National Bowling stadium head round robin match play qualifying leading to top-play- Nov. 17, 6 p.m. USA vs. The World team competition (ESPN
for his first major title, defeating 2010 World Championship er championships matches in the annual PBA Challenge air date Dec. 10, 1 p.m. ET)
winner Tom Smallwood in the title match, 246-180. The events to kick off the World Series. Nov. 18, noon PBA Chameleon Championship presented by
victory helped seal PBA Player of the Year honors for PBA Tour events include diverse lane conditions Four Reno Tahoe USA (ESPN air date, Dec. 17, 1 p.m. ET)
Tackett. of the World Series events the Chameleon Championship Nov. 18, 2:30 p.m. PBA Shark Championship presented by
Other PBA Major winners in 2017: EJ Tackett will be try- presented by Reno Tahoe, Shark Championship presented Xtra Frame (ESPN air date Dec. 17, 2 p.m. ET)
ing for his second major title of 2017 after winning the by Xtra Frame, Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Nov. 18, 4:15 p.m. PBA Cheetah Championship presented by
FireLake PBA Tournament of Champions in February. Bowling Challenge Mobile Game and Pepsi PBA Scorpion PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game (ESPN air date Dec. 24,
Three-time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte of Championship presented by GoBowling.com are named 1 p.m. ET)
Australia will be trying for his third major of the season after specific PBA lane conditioning patterns. Each differ- Nov. 18, 6 p.m. Pepsi PBA Scorpion Championship presented
after wins in the Barbasol PBA Players Championship and ent lane condition requires players to be on top of their by GoBowling.com (ESPN air date Dec. 24, 2 p.m. ET)
USBC Masters. Rhino Page of Orlando, Fla. will be trying games in making the right lane and equipment adjustments Nov. 19, noon PBA World Championship (ESPN air date Dec.
for his second career major title after winning the recent to be successful. The ability to consistently perform at a 31, 1 p.m. ET)
U.S. Open. high level on all four lane conditioning challenges will ulti- Nov. 19, 3:30 p.m. World Bowling Tour Finals presented by
Boston Red Sox star Mookie Betts to compete in second mately determine the finalists who will compete for the PBA (ESPN air date Jan. 7, 1 p.m. ET)
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AT JIB LANES ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
P.B.C. Winter: Grace Veluya 225 225 206 Ed Ziemak 212 237 820 Gary Spanish American: Henry Alverez 265-652, Joe Rockaway Women: Tammy Baldwin 213-602, Lois
Robertson 275 201 832 Anthony Escalona 242 229 243 886 Ronnie Karas 246-699, Dave Katz 231, Ovidio Ruiz Jr. 634. Kehmna 200-522, Michaela Rumble 189, Susan
Fandino 202 214 278 883 Jason Lindo 243 219 234 879. Chillemi 179-476, Marie Slater 176, Angela
Strikes and Spares: Joseph Przyhocki Jr. 231, AJ McDermott 171-499, Kathy Glendon 169, Tina
Early Birds Mixed: Renee Gerber 226 Duane Titus 233 236 205 674 Cullen 224-649, Tim Bender 206-608, Rob Ogilvie Richardson 169-462.
Terrence White 213 215 204 632 Vernon Mackey 233 234 626. 565, Rachel West 186-486, Deb Francomarcaro 176-
486, Sue Dobrinsky 169-484. Rockaway Foursome: Jason Stadtler 266-726, Chris
Friends and Family: Jah Fraser 237 610 Mark Hinds 268 635 Kash
Larick 258-644, Kevin Sikora 256-666, Brian
Brown 202 218 247 667 Micki Stewart 217 224 Will Watson 214 280 244 Greenbriar Seniors: Alex Dalmedo 231-616, Tony Theriault 247, Alison Gomer 238-590, Lynne
738 Roe Fuller 227 224 647 Peooer Graves 239 227 628 Hector Camacho Mannix 154-402, Joe Cropanese 139, John Roman Coleman 211-604, Kathy Bradley 192-498, Judy Von
247 267 718 Jamal Shaw 230 266 697 Ken Shaw 235 214 650 Tarik Lodge 353, Pt Cropanese 162-432, Hedy Knight 154-404, Itter 181.
247 268 719 Twone Williams 257 279 730 Mel Chandler 224 247 626 Sue Berger 146, Anneliese Cole 146-403.
Dennis Womble 235 605 Sean Romney 221 224 206 651. Nor Bu Lodge: PJ Adams 256, Glen Boyd 243, Bill
Chester Men: Ben Schell 247-611, Joseph Wilkinson Karpack 238-619, John Hearn 650, Chris Bakos 606,
Ball and Chain: Shawn Wyatt 245 212 632 Stephen Amarosa 299 200 676 246-673, Vincent Rossi 242, Mark Novembre 235- Lisa Bischer 188-512, Stacey Titus 171-500, Marie
Efren Enriquez 216 222 607 Marlon Enriquez 236 213 206 655 Ian 673, Allan Alpaugh 232-646, Anthony Daidone 232- Vantreuren 165, Ellen Secallus 425.
Galloway 202 248 643 Alex Robins 213 224 621 Don Boncoeur 215 2123 634, Stephan Szardenings 227-624, Hal Glasser 215.
631 Dylan Bustillo 232 219 212 663 Twone Williams 257 237 695 Matthew Thursday Night Mixed: Miguel Galloza 268-739,
Vega 256 219 202 677 Victor Chiang 205 247 640 Steven Salmon 203 224 Monday Nite Mixed: Glen Malmstone 258-672, Nick Westergaard 248-657, Jim Testa 248-669, Scott
212 639 Bobby Fox 258 653 Chaz Ameres 226 218 224 668 Jairo Ceballos Stuart Gomer 244-672, John Stutz 243-642, Belle Struble 237-680, Don Fries 234-661, Tami Thodes
233 205 236 674 Nick Filosa 268 257 217 742 Denise Fox 253 620. Elliot 190-546, Maria Jankovitz 182, Ali Collins 174. 259-549, Nidia Haneveld 210-553, Leann Chervsik
Rockaway Trios: Larry Gonnello 278, Mike Potoski 196-543, Donna Sodano 183-496, Elinore McBryan
Ted Guy Classic: Keith Cordy 259 665 Lenny Nguyen 233 225 245 703
278-680, Jim Beyel 269, David Nash 265, Jim Testa 175-454.
Mike Mian 214 237 615 Chris Cadet 212 232 235 679 Will Atkinson 216
234 226 676 Dave Siegenthal 232 209 634 Joe Kurdziel Jr 254 632 Chris 265-684, Brian Scott 257-696, Nidia Haneveld 208- Rockaway Mixed: Walt Forrester 286-673, Tom
Illescas 234 247 656 Joe laudani 266 216 653 John Schmidt 256 217 658 535, Jen Drury 205-599, Dori Tingoli 201-523. Griffin 278-711, Tom Schweizer 266-698, Corey
Keith Cooper 232 220 641 Eric Kueber 242 267 246 755 Des Carti 225 253 Smith 266-669, Glen Frey 259-666, Keith Brower
221 699 Mel Chandler 269 245 691 Hector Camacho 236 227 658 Eric County Tuesday Night Mixed: Jeff Morin 290-736,
Paul Shiel 280-703, Glen Frey 276-700, Christopher 258-668, Linda Humes 268-643, Stacey Yodice 248-
Flack 228 235 676 Mike Fuentes 219 222 649 Danielle Merino 226 237 695, Dawn Palmer 246-681, Keri May 237-584, Jen
234 697 John Petrovits III 229 236 230 695 Alex Vozzolo 240 215 221 676. Lynch 269-749, Bob Ewaskiew 268, Ed Pico 268,
Michelle DrVries 227-654, Regina Nataluk 205-547, Drury 223-592.
Midweek Mixers: Q Rookard 236 242 691 Tony Singh 234 206 627 Bob Sandy Turner 201-556, Lynne Coleman 198-535, Dot Youth Bowlers
Ostermann 223 234 630 Chris Mayr 222 223 255 700 Mike Mooney 229 Newsome 194-549. Bumper Busters: Ryan Willis 78-153, Cody Willis
258 662 Pete Alvarado 213 256673 David Huie 256 626 Jesus Paredes 225 71-139, and Hudson Crumby 67-133.
247 236 708 Mike Fandino 256 236 687. Fox Hills Seniors: Raymond Bsarany 226-591, Joe
Dagostino 222-575, Morris Horowitz 217-566, Ball Busters: Matthew Dignam 139-331, Alex
Holy Family: Pedro Madero 213 Damon Satarsiero 200 282 682 Rich Bernadette Memolo 176-414, Mary Ann Geroge 171- Furman 138-321, Liam Reale 137-383, Gavin Mattes
Maceroni 204 214 203 621 Joe Agnello 247 Julio Lopez 208. 429, Helen Loverro 171. 129-354, Brandon Lipp 118-273. Brandon Collins
Friday Hi-Rollers: J V Evangelista 242 211 635 Louie Vulpis 223 257 213 Morris Hills Mixed: Sal Antoniello 188-512, Barry 95-242, Nicholas Furman 94-231, Jordan Lipp 85-
693 Chris Mayr 246 246 705 Danielle Merino 267 246 682 Ron Cabello Webb 169-462, Ronald Stickney 157-424, Manny 193.
215 244 669 Nut Flowers 237 257 216 710 Jimpy Vega 242 244 672 Ed Barroquiero 155-401, Dolores Webb 171-448, Joyce Put Togethers: Daryl Frank 181-486, Merry Szekula
Ziemak 236 227 632 Anthony Guitterrez 258 267 712 Dave Raiford 236 Brokling 166-467, Beth Williams 157-436, Violet Sr. 151-432, Matt Trimmer 141-372, Michelle Halko
223 629 Anthony Arias 233 278 258 769 Marlon Enriquez 224 259 684 Indyk 137-377. 160-459, Amy Caselli 134-370.
Jhun Chacon 229 247 632.
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That Perfect League The PBA is accepting nominations for The deadline for submissions is Dec. 18. fundraiser which supports families with
Or that Special Event the 2017 PBA Tony Reyes Community
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Sports Reporter The award recognizes a current PBA


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Past winners of the award have been
Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., in 2013
Reyes Memorial Scholarship and the
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community service over the course of a for his work primarily with two charita- Doubles Tournament, and Rhino Page of
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8 SPORTS REPORTER November 15 - 21, 2017
AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Earl Holden, Greg Herzing 279 Gary Haines 276 Daniel Fields, James Curran 266
FARMINGDALE, NY - Both Earl Holden and Greg FARMINGDALE, NY - Gary Haines bowled a high game FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Wednesday Early Mens
Herzing bowled a 279 game in the Tuesday Early Birds of 276 in the Epic Edge Trios League. both Daniel Fields and James Curran bowled a 266 game.
League. John Ripple and Anthony D'Elia rolled 269, both Eric Joe Laier bowled 257, and Chris DeLaura 256, and Sal
Scott Serrao and Fred Catapano shot 245, Ed Conlon 244, Reynolds and Brian Letsz 268, Bryce Ingram 267, and Valensisi 249.
and Calvin Nottingham, Jay Collins and Michael Berardino Christine Schulze 266-258. Neil Strammel 237
243. Chris Hansen 248-719 FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Sunday Adult/Junior League
Steve Warren 278 FARMINGDALE, NY - Chris Hansen topped the scoring in Thomas Romanelli shot 237-213, Thomas Romanelli 227,
FARMINGDALE, NY - Steve Warren led the scoring in the the Sunday Adult/Junior League rolling a high game of 248 and Timothy Hom 207.
Expressway Glass Trios League firing a high game of 278. and a high series of 719. In the One Nite Stand League Daniel Sheehan shot 187,
Lou Serafini shot 276, Jason Nicholas 269-225, and Lou
Barbera and Thomas Gregg 258. 215.
David Cohen shot 221, Josh Rosado 217, and Peter Mockler Ken Veltri 182, and Bill Buckley 181.

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Teaneck sophomore Margaux Lesser, who last rolled in the league two
years ago, returned in explosive fashion, blasting 249-190-234: 673 to
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with a strong 227 while anchor Trevor Savoye closed with scores of #-1-($,0(*C#,5+(988( #$#9H,0u5-8
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Bowler City II dropped two of three games to Montvale, 2730-2643
and yet regained possession of first place when Holiday was swept by
Lodi. Although in fourth place, Montvale is just two points off the lead
following its 5-2 victory; Henry Tipping had 264, the days best single
and followed it with 225-183 for 672; anchor Matt Russell pounded out
a triple deuce 236-200-213: 649 while Mahwah freshman Michaella

Raab stung the plastic-coats with 190-192. BC II benefited from cred-
itable outings from Peter Bondy 192-222-183: 597 and Steven DeFabiis
209-185-188: 582; Derek Lewandowski and Mia Aish rebounded from
below-average games to finish with 215 and 190 respectively.
Holiday was knocked from the league lead and fell into a second place
tie with Lodi which lit up the leaderboard with 2334 net in a surprising
three-game shutdown of the former. Becton junior Trevor Deliantis put 0 0
together superb scores of 225-223-214: 662 for Lodi which also gar-
nered top-notch performances from Amanda Madara 190-186-193: 569, lqrlmqnl}|rnqmm1l2qnlqmnl3l4s
Hunter Perry 217-191 and Tyler Nappi 213. 5 5
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