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Vol. 75 No. 36

November 5 - 11, 2014

PBA, Bowlmor AMF Sign Partnership Agreement


Bowlmor AMF to become Official Partner of PBA, host of Chris Paul PBA Celebrity Invitational

By Bill Vint - PBA

CHICAGO The Professional Bowlers


Association and Bowlmor AMF, the worlds largest
operator of bowling centers, have entered into an
entitlement partnership agreement that will make
Bowlmor AMF an official partner of the PBA and
official host of the 2015 Chris Paul PBA Celebrity
Invitational presented by AMF on Jan. 8 at AMF
Bowl-O-Drome Lanes in Torrance, California.
The agreement was announced by PBA
Commissioner Tom Clark and Bowlmor AMF CEO
Tom Shannon.
In addition to the entitlements, Bowlmor AMF will
be highly visible on PBA telecasts, including a package of billboards, commercial spots and on-site signage, and recognition throughout the 2014 and 2015
seasons across the PBA Network including Xtra
Frame online webcasts, PBAs official website,
pba.com, and the full range of PBA social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Bowlmor AMF will provide the PBA promotional
support through its network of 340 domestic bowling
centers.
Bowlmor AMF has established itself as the single

most prominent operator of bowling centers in the


United States and has announced its intentions to
play a major role in future growth of our sport, Clark
said. The PBA is pleased to announce the formation
of a relationship that will be mutually beneficial in
the years ahead.
Were proud to partner with the PBA for this
tremendous event and support the players who lead
the industry, said Tom Shannon, Bowlmor AMF
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and President.
This is an exciting time for the bowling industry and
Bowlmor AMF is committed to growing the sport at
every level from recreational bowling to league
play and professional bowling.
The sixth Chris Paul PBA Celebrity Invitational
presented by AMF will return on January 8 to AMFs
40-lane facility in suburban Los Angeles. The
fundraiser for Pauls CP3 Foundation will feature a
number of well-known celebrities along with several
PBA stars. The event will be televised by ESPN on
Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, at 4:30 p.m. ET, leading
into the most-watched television event on the sports
calendar.

Wes Malott Clinches No. 1 Berth


For PBA World Championship Finals
Sunday, Jan. 11. The World
Championship is officially the
third and final major championship of the PBAs 2014 season.
Malott, a 38-year-old nine-time
PBA Tour champion, averaged
229.44 over 52 games conducted
on five different lane conditions
to pace the World Championship
qualifiers with a 12,381 pinfall
total, 118 pins ahead of Fagan.
I never really put anything
together tonight. I just stayed out
of trouble, and got a couple wins
here and there, Malott said.
The biggest thing was in the
second game tonight against

Sean Rash. I doubled in the 10th


to shut him out and that gave me
some confidence and opened the
gap a little.
I was disappointed with my
loss to Fagan in the last match
Wednesday. I had a big lead and
let him catch up, but I was able to
get past that, focus on the positive
and that helped.
If Malott wins the title in
January, his 10th title will qualify
him for PBA Hall of Fame consideration at some point down the
road, but its not something
Malott is concerned about.
See

Wes Malott

Jeremy Slade Rocked 300-823


At Rockville Centre Lanes
ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Jeremy
Slade topped the competition
rolling in the Monday RVC 4Man Classic League finding perfection in a 300 game then adding
games of 278 and 245 for a high
series of 823.

Michael Ribaudo rolled 279-246734, Matt Overton 279-234-706,


Mike Brooks 278-216, Bob
Schmid, Robert Burling, and Gary
Robertson 267, and Yosh
Novichonek 255-248-710.

Steve Kardian Hit 300


At Montvale Lanes
MONTVALE, NJ - Steve Kardian
blasted his first 300 game in route
to a 761 series with games of 248
and 213 for the top honors in the
Thursday Early Bird League at
Montvale Lanes.
Mike Pasch rolled high series for
the night of 795 turning in scores

of 279-248-268.
Joe Truchan hit 247-723, Dave
Spano 278-721, Jake Diebner 257704, Ed Kilianshi 245-702, Tom
Fojtlin 258-695, Mike Folchi 267694, Rich Naclerio 237-687, John
Maloney 256-686, and Craig
Slawinski 287-685.

Matt Lowther 300 at Lodi Lanes


LODI, NJ - Matt Lowther rolled
perfect with a 300 game while
rolling in the Saturday Fil Am
League at Lodi Lanes.

Eddie Penafiel posted a 279


game in a 763 high series and Ron
DeLuca rolled 278 in his 734 set.

Joe Koslowski, Jared Gross


Blast 300 at Ocean Lanes

By Bill Vint - PBA


LAS VEGAS (Oct. 30, 2014)
Wes Malott of Pflugerville,
Texas, captured the top qualifying position for the PBA World
Championship, the concluding
event of the GEICO PBA World
Series of Bowling VI, by 118
pins over Mike Fagan of Fort
Worth, Texas, Thursday, Oct.
30, at South Point Bowling
Center.
Malott, Fagan, Ronnie Russell
of Marion, Indiana; Todd Book
of Russells Point, Ohio, and
Stuart Williams of England will
return to South Points new 60lane Bowling Plaza for the live
ESPN stepladder finals on

50 cents

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LAKEWOOD, NJ - Joe Koslowski


and Jared Gross each posted a 300
game rolling in the Ocean Trio
Challenge at Ocean Lanes, Gross
finished with a 745 set.
Jim Caudill 289-732, Russ Goss
279-726, Justin VanBerkel 279781, Greg Ostrander 279-789,

Todd Britton 270-708, Ron Pagut


269, Brandon Fennell 264-727,
Michael Melillo 259, Chris Jones
259-709, Jim Hanlon 258-723,
Bob Heagan 257, Chris Freel 255706, Pat Bowler 713, Bridget
Bilello 275, Emily Fiore 257-632,
and Diane Jones 226-621.

Abdul Sulley 299 at Jib Lanes


FLUSHING, NY Abdul Sulley
rolled near perfect with a 299
game then added games of 238
and 188 to end the session with
725 series to lead the competition
rolling in the Bricktown Too
League at Jib Lanes.
David Jones tallied 222-235-268

for a 725 set, Ron Pitts 223,244196-663, Charles Ameres 255630, Terrence White 256-206 632,
Charlette Williams 212-253,198663, Ken Shaw 224-245-247-716,
Craig Bowden 222-222-197-641,
Gennes Council 217-265-667, and
Anthony Mosley 263-210-631.

SPORTS REPORTER

AT JIB LANES

Wes Malott

Ted Guy Classic:


Keith Cordy 222-259-246-727, Denise Minore 247-218-222-687, Matt
Dugan 267-236-680, Jose Zambrano 277-652, Jarrett McMillan 193266-211-670, Keith Falsetta 220-229-205-654, Matthew Benning 279241-696, Alex Vozzolo 257-259-705, John Diaz 246-215-656, Sam
Quaglierini 232-217-247-696, Keith Cooper 255-237-206-698.

Continued from page 1

Early Birds:
Bill Gantt 258-190-225-673, Terrell Amparado 233-633, Kamal F.
Saleem 212-242-612.
Bricktown Too:
Ken Shaw 263-221-214-698, Kenny Orr 227-211-602, Craig Bowden
239-220-204-663, Jerry Dumpson 224-245-661, Kathy Taylor 189-215213-617, Ron Pitts 215-236-214-665, Denise Fox 250-243-178-665,
Marisa Woods 232-235-211-678, Abdul Sulley 193-224-255-672.Brett
Mosley 278-633, David Siegenthal 259-234-254-747.
Local #3 IBEW:
Robert Skarzynski 266-630, Izzy Rosario 223-235-193-651, Matt
Garcia 196-236-233-665, Billy Vanadia 205-236-195-636.
Friends and Family:
Twone Williams 245-269-201-715, Mel Chandler 223-204-224-651,
Mark N. Hinds 237-208-246-691, B D Belvin 233-243-195-671,
Anthony Mosley 262-226-661, Bernard Smiley 226-201-256-683,
Kathy Taylor 216-203-212-651, Butch Council 192-248-245-685,
Bobby Fox Sr. 216-249-246-711, Tony Crowley 289-224-210-723.
Ball & Chain:
Jaws Pentony 232-215-616, Denise Fox 220-227-181-628, Danielle
Merino 217-236-178-631, Sam Quaglierini 279-650, David Siegenthal
226-225-226-677, Marlon Enriquez 200-266-248-714, Joe Kurdziel Jr.
236-236-290-762, Gregory Chin 208-230.
Midweek Mixers:
Amelia Berger 212-257-216-685, Bob Osterman 183-257-238-678,
Benny Ortiz 180-234-247-661, Casey Allen 235-214-209-658, Robert
Ayroso 246-265-223-734.

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Well have a couple of months to


prepare and think about the
finals, he said. Ten titles, yeah,
maybe its in the back of my
mind, but its not a big thing at
this point. Its not like Im going
for the most PBA titles or anything. If my career ended today,
Id be very happy. Im very grateful and fortunate to be where Im
at, and Im still living the dream.
Fagan, 33, chased Malott
throughout the 24-game match
play finals, but could never quite
catch up. Russell, who qualified
for his third World Series television final, finished 16 pins behind
Fagan. Book, 43, will make his
second television appearance in
eight years as mostly a part-time
touring player.
Williams, who won his only PBA
Tour title in the 2011 Viper
Championship, made the biggest
move, advancing from seventh to
fifth with a 258-194 victory over
defending World Champion and
fellow Englishman Dom Barrett
in the final match game.

Chris Barnes Tops


Action Jackson
For $11,000
In an unofficial kickoff to
WSOB VI, 17-time PBA Tour
champion Chris Barnes of Double
Oak, Texas, soundly defeated Los
Angeles-based actor and PBA
Regional competitor J.T. (Action)
Jackson, 247-183, Friday in a onegame challenge match produced
by Xtra Frame that is available for
free viewing on PBAs YouTube
channel. The match (which
involved each player putting up
$5,000 and an additional $1,000
provided by the PBA) also is
available in the 2014 WSOB
archive on Xtra Frame.
More on the GEICO PBA
World Series of Bowling next
week here in the Sports Reporter.

E-mail: SportsReporter1940@gmail.com

November 5 - 11, 2014

PBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP


FINAL MATCH PLAY STANDINGS
(after 52 games, includes match play bonus pins)
1, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 15-9, 12,381.
2, Mike Fagan, Ft. Worth, Texas, 14-10, 12,263.
3, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 13-11, 12,147.
4, Todd Book, Russells Point, Ohio, 15-9, 12,126.
5, Stuart Williams, England, 10-14, 12,091.
6, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 12-12, 12,078, $8,100.
7, Scott Norton, Mission Viejo, Calif., 12-12, 12,071, $7,000.
8, Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 15-9, 12,064, $6,600.
9, Eddie VanDaniker Jr., Chatsworth, Calif., 13-11, 12,002, $6,000.
10, Dom Barrett, England, 12-12, 11,997, $5,600.
11, Patrick Girard, Canada, 15-9, 11,981, $5,000.
12, Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., 13-11, 11,932, $4,800.
13, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 9-15, 11,915, $4,600.
14, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 14-10, 11,883, $4,400.
15, Mike DeVaney, Winchester, Calif., 13-11, 11,863, $4,200.
16, Tom Daugherty, Wesley Chapel, Fla., 11-13, 11,832, $4,000.
17, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 11-13, 11,782, $3,800.
18, B.J. Moore III, Apex, N.C., 9-15, 11,767, $3,600.
19, John Szczerbinski, N. Tonawanda, N.Y., 11-13, 11,728, $3,500.
20, Dick Allen, Columbia, S.C., 10-14, 11,724, $3,400.
21, E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 9-15, 11,713, $3,300.
22, J.R. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., 11-13, 11,700, $3,200.
23, Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 11-13, 11,695, $3,100.
24, Shuichi Heki, Japan, 10-14, 11,624, $3,000.
Sean Rash rolled the only 300 game of the event.

AT WALLINGTON LANES
Bud Light Tuesday 4-Man
Fernando Lebron had the high game with his 278, Fred Soto had a
nice 257, TJ Valentin 247-714. Paul Tortorici 246-243, Tony D Angelo
244 then not to be beat by Dad Joe D Angelo had two 243 games, Jim
Giancarlo 239 and Gary Pelican 237.
Public Safety
Ok here we go again with another high game from the dynamic duo
(Tito) Jackson 268-233-706, Kenny Lee 245-642, Brian Carmamucci
247, Bill (pick My Ticket) Ochiuzzo 246, Greg Ferrante 242, and
Dennis Figueroa 237-230.
Monday Night Trios
Joe Szewczyk 278-243-705, Charles Petros 255, Will Henkelman
247-235-680, Dave Grabowski 244, Thomas Severini 242, Kevin Snell
236, Peter Pollicino 235 along with Gary Moore. Lets hear it for the
ladies, Maria Henkelman tossed 258, Debbie Henkelman 210, and
Audrey Snell 210-200.
Wednesday Early 5-Man
Toto Jowono had the high game in this league with his 269, Kevin
Matawa 263, Steve Mastro 259, Mike Moorhouse 247, Chris Ferrara
246.

November 5 - 11, 2014

SPORTS REPORTER

PIN POUNDING AT PLAZA


Mike Yoboud 766

Andrew Stephens 730

MADISON, NJ Mike Yoboud topped the scoring in


the CMIL League firing a high game of 279 and a
high series of 766.
Jennifer Drury and Kelly Kulick both hit 237.
In the Monday Night Ladies League Alice Bednarik
shot 214, Jodi Belli 201, and Carolyn Paddack 188.

MADISON, NJ Andrew Stephens topped the scoring in the Wednesday Trio League firing a 264 game
for a high series of 730.
Oren Warter shot 268-695, Dave Krivak 246-683,
and Jake Bird 245.

Donna Badolato 287

Madasyn Bancroft 230

MADISON, NJ Donna Badolato led the scoring in


the Pat Martinelli Friday Classic League firing a high
game of 287.
Dorey Badolato shot 268, Joe Parisi 267-725, Mike
Yoboud 266-718, Mark Gorgodian 684, Patty
Hanlein 223-618, and Ellen Moore 213.

MADISON, NJ Madasyn Bancroft led the scoring


in the Junior/Major League firing a high game of 230.
Ashley Smith rolled 220, Clara Sakissain and
Lauren Potenhin 216, and Chris Moran 201.

Eric Berg 296

MADISON, NJ Alice Bednarik rolled 201, Carolyn


Paddacle 194, and Yvonne Langdon 189 in the
Monday Night Ladies League.
In the Diggers Bantam Prep League Alex Berg shot
175, Colin Fagan 137, and Mike Piccola 98.

MADISON, NJ Eric Berg blasted a high game of


296 in the Diggers/Bantam Prep League.
Alex Berg shot 201, Colin Fagan 137, Rachel Reiger
134, and Mike Piccola 126.

Alice Bednarik 201

ROCKAWAY LANES ROLLERS


Spanish American:
Julio Soto 268-688, Jose Acevedo 246-626, Tyrone Waal 246, Lynn
Coleman 199.
Sunday Adult Junior:
Jim Testa 221-633, Laura Porretta 133-372, Joseph Porretta 66-163,
Haley Testa 115-276.
County Tuesday Night:
PJ Adams 268-681, Ryan Prevost 267-777, Steven Matias 259-653,
Nichole Opsasick 233-607, Sue Marrero 221, Sandy Turner 203-548.
Monday Early Birds:
Kevin Sikora 258-628, Alex Dalmedo 246-582, Paul Seiler 232-658,
Tina Richardson 211-523, Leann Chervsik 202-528.
Put Togethers:
Justin Devine 240-616, Fred Driver 208-525, Daryl Frank 203,
Michelle Halko 209-540, Nastash Devine 150-364, Amy Caselli 136387.
Thursday Night Foursomes:
Mike Harris 267-683, John Finno 263-693, Paul CeCe 258-651, Jay
McGrath 257-696, Maryann Abasto 181-503, Sue Gallo 131-386,
Jacun Coren 130-353.
Thursday Night Mixed:
Robert Rhodes 256-612, PJ Adams 247-655, Gene Pukas 237-598,
Nidia Haneveld 226-627, Teri Renn 204-516, Kimberly Cartelli 202492.
Rockaway Foursome:
George Dakak Jr. 254-680, Chris Morris 247-730, Jimmy
Westergaard 245, Allen Apgar 244-644, Rich Schipman Jr. 654, Liesl
Apgar 267-653, Joan Dakak 238-613, Joan Rauh 228-574, Liza Gallo
208-547.
Morris Hills Mixed:
Sal Antoniello 196-550, Manny Barraqueiro 170-447, Jay Taormina
170-413, Viloet Indyk 182-447, Pam Antoniello 164-454, Beth
Williams 161.
Fox Hills Seniors:
Steve Rainer - 227-533, Robert Forte 214-533, Johanna Hofgesang
183-464, Helen Loverro 166-438.
Nor Bu:
John Hearn 235, Bill Karpack 231-635, Chris Bakos 227, Stacey
Titus 185, Darsy Baadshuaug 184-468.
Rockaway Woman:
Marybeth Kanouse 193-548, Tammy Baldwin 190-543, Susan
Chillemi 190-479, Tracy OLeary 188.
Youth Program
Ball Busters:
Jack Cook 256-740, Brandon Kwestel 240-557, Joey Lamont 211536, Emma Wright 132-365.
Weekend Warriors:
Benjamin Cruz 144-400, Joe Day 100-297 Benjamin Ginsberg 94226, Jared Glickman 62-129, Chelsey Cruz 113-252, Izabel Glickman
65-127, Nikki Day 61-160.

SPORTS REPORTER

AT ROCKVILLE CENTRE
Mitchell Goolsby 792

Bill Latham 754

ROCKVILLE CTR, NY
Mitchell Goolsby topped the scoring in the Monday RVC 4-Man
Classic League firing 235-278279 for a high series of 792.
Mike Ramirez rolled 256-257243-756, John Novichonek 290247-741, Tom Choinski 279-266736, Michael Ribaudo 268-730,
Warren Brown 278-238-720, and
Willie Fessler 258-255-718.

ROCKVILLE CTR, NY Bill


Latham topped the scoring in the
Tuesday Late Mens League firing
games of 253-267-234 for a 754.
Anthony DePace shot 253-234705, Jim Carey 269-229-700,
Kariba Paterson 256-234-699, Joe
LaSpina 235-233-663, and Mike
Czaplinski 254-658.

Rob Allegra 299-725


ROCKVILLE CTR, NY - Rob
Allegra topped the scoring in the
Tuesday Oceanside K of C League
firing games of 299-221-205 for a
high series of 725.
Pete Morreale shot 268, Joe Butt,
Jr. 257-225-654, Bill Maxwell
257, Kyle Smith 247, and Ketih
Massimillo and Joe Lup 245.

Anthony Phillips 771


ROCKVILLE CTR, NY
Anthony Phillips topped the scoring in the Sunday Night Mixed
League firing games of 247-279245 for a high series of 771.
James Nolan rolled 268-248-234751, Peter Conway 234-244-228706, Jason Simonetti 257-228681, and Noelene Sheridan 223.
In the Sunday Adult/Child
League Joe Prunty shot 223, Jim
Guardino 212, Santo DiSciafani
209, and Henry Hansen 201.

Steven Frey 728


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Frey led the scoring in the
Thursday El-Cheapo League firing games of 257-243-228 for a
high series of 728.
John Moran rolled 229-229-257715, Joey Green 247-216-668, and
Rich Snyder 240.

John Hodge 723


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Hodge topped the scoring in the
Friday Night Mixed League firing
games of 232-226-265 for a high
series of 723.

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Arthur OConnor 269-223-704,
John LaBau 257-236-702, Tim
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Ed Small 713
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games of 234-268-211 for a high
series of 713.
John Cardinale rolled 225-259224-708, Frank Cimino 289-700,
Tom Dowd 222-226-245-693,
Anthony Cimino 279-246-678,
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Maria Lucente rolled 246-216649, Gregory Schultz 256-233644, Jahnia Phillips 226-211-630,
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John Laurita 769


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Wednesday Night Mixed League
firing games of 280-277 for a high
series of 769.
Paul Smith rolled 268-215-248731, George Benzola, Sr. 269213-679, Tony Depperman 245237-674, and Allen Johnson and
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November 5 - 11, 2014

T H E M A G I C AT M A J E S T I C
Tommy Martino 763
HOPELAWN, NJ Tommy
Martino topped the scoring in the
Middlesex County Classic League
firing games of 205-279-279 for a
high series of 763.
Keith Quinn rolled 247-267-234748, Tony Balletta 253-279-201733, Anthony Stevens 247-235-238720, Ken Rask 212-238-255-705,
and Eric Velazquez 234-275-703.
In the Tuesday Night Mixed
League Carole Morgan shot 215195, and DJ Petardi 197.

Lou Gaudio, Jr. 739


HOPELAWN, NJ Lou Gaudio,
Jr. topped the scoring in the
Goldstein & Hanel Doubles
League firing games of 266-266207 for a high series of 739.
Rusty Thomsen rolled 215-269203-687, Bob Caruso 216-277-674,
Dave Topolewski 203-247-220670, and Joey Gramiak 257-641.

John Baginsky, Jr. 717


HOPELAWN, NJ John
Baginsky, Jr. topped the scoring in
the La Buona Pizza League firing
games of 287-237 for a high series
of 717.
Dan DeBenedetto shot 204-203278-685, Scott Akalewicz 254219-211-684, Joe Herber 212-235225-672, and Doug Hemmings
201-211-257-669.

Bill Smith 703


HOPELAWN, NJ Bill Smith led
the scoring in the His & Hers
League firing games of 234-225214 for a high series of 703.
Walter Malecki hit 235-207-626,
Michael Holoka 215-204-615, and
Thomas Poulos 226.

Dave Rezes 692


HOPELAWN, NJ Dave Rezes
paced the scoring in the Friday
Nite Mixed League firing games
of 277-221 for a high series of
692.
Pat Sawler shot 254-204-640, Ed
Affinito, Jr. 214-227-634, and
Angelito Rondena 226-214-628.

John Morgan 674

Branden Barrese 652


HOPELAWN, NJ Branden
Barrese topped the scoring in the
Avenel Youth League firing games
of 225-225-202 for a high series of
652.
Kyle Bilawsky rolled 210, Jason
Bilawsky 288-280-179, a nd
Deanna Callantoni 178-718-201.

Bob Caruso 649


HOPELAWN, NJ Bob Caruso
paced the scoring in the Goldstein
& Hanel Doubles League firing
games of 226-256 for a high series
of 649.
Rusty Thomsen shot 206-279638, Sam Catalano 223-228-619,
and Joey Gramiak 245.

HOPELAWN, NJ John Morgan


led the scoring in the Iselin AA
League firing games of 201-247226 for a high series of 674.
Rob Chalfent hit 223-224-204651, Matt Perlman 224, Chanel
Wesson 234, and Ed Kaminski
213.

Branden Barrese 644

Basha Miller 632

HOPELAWN, NJ Branden
Barrese led the Avenel Youth
League firing games of 196-258190 for a high series of 644.
Anthony Falcone rolled 224, Kyle
Bilawsky 215, Jeremy Soto 198,
and Deanna Calantoni 174-172.

HOPELAWN, NJ Bash Miller


paced the scoring in the NJ
Turnpike League firing games of
182-219-231 for a high 632 set.
John Moffit shot 220, Larry
Clarke 207, and Joyce Elliosn
191-140-175.
In the Winter Senior Citizens
League Larry Johnson rolled 208,
and Rich Rowley 202.
In the Tuesday Night Mixed
League Carole Morgan shot 215,
and Katina Garcia 188.
In the Winter Senior Citizens
League Rich Rowley rolled 224203-617, Mark Doslik 189, and
Hugo Toro 182.

Lenny Novak 640


HOPELAWN, NJ Lenny Novak
led the scoring in the La Buona
Pizza League firing games of 204243-193 for a high series of 640.
Joe Britton shot 227-202-208638, Frank Viverito 201-224-208633, Joe Herber 227-215-633, and
Brian Petretta 213-228-627.

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SPORTS REPORTER

November 5 - 11, 2014

AT OCEAN LANES

AT FARMINGDALE LANES

Jared Stuart 745

Jarett Toth 234

Blaise Harrington Tops Sunil Kochar 765

LAKEWOOD, NJ Jared Stuart


topped the scoring in the Saturday
Scratch League firing games of
265-234-246 for a high series of
745.
Alex Cretella shot 254, Aimee
Sherman and Jason Schumann
247, Craig Rossi 246, Tori
Boughton 237, Angela Kozma
235, and Misty Downs 234.

LAKEWOOD, NJ Jarett Toth


led the scoring in the Saturday
Junior League firing a high game
of 234.
Amanda Shelters shot 212, Zach
Letts 199, Jeremy Issacs 190,
Angel Gonzalez 189, Erin Ritchey
186, Nick Clayton 185, and
Cymantha Denucci 181.

LAKEWOOD, NJ In the
Saturday Pin Hitters League
Blaise Harrington shot 154,
Robby Vernon 153, Joey Kling
152, Emily Hehir 146, Cole Cook
Benson 135, Jimmy Baracia 134,
and Olivia Salvatore 126.

Greg Khan 671, James Kane 665


In Stan Niemiec Youth Travelers
By Vince Albrecht

HACKENSACK,
NJ
Bergenfield senior Greg Khan
parlayed his two-handed delivery
to a triple deuce 212-236-223671, best among the Stan
Niemiec travelers in the leagues
session at Bowler City; with help
from
teammates
Gianni
Calzadilla 213-187 and Derek
Lewandowski 183, Greg led
Bowler City III to a come-frombehind 2928-2768 win over
power-laden Bowler City I. The
latters senior anchor for
Paramus Catholic, James Kane,
posted the days second best
threesome with 256-224-665, talented Dumont sophomore Kyle
Schellberg added 245-214-643
and Passaic Tech junior Anthony
Rizzo 200-194 in salvaging two
points.
New member T-Bowl won its
first match with over-average
scores from the entire squad led
by Wayne Hills sophomore Pat
Mayer 224-229 and Wayne
Valley senior Matt Morris with a
consistent 554 set. Nick Lepri
and Melody Morris chipped in
with 179 and 177 respectively as
T-Bowl prevailed over a strong
Fair Lawn quartet, 2917-2864.
Thirteen-year-old Nick Greco
paced Fair Lawn with 258-210655 with additional firepower
from Hunter Perry 222, Steve
Plaszky 220-597 and Hassan
Izzard 176.
In a spirited clash between two

evenly matched opponents,


Holiday II edged North
Arlington, 4-3 despite dropping
wood, 2645-2624. Thirteenyear-old Tom Chamberlain posted 224-595, Al Chamberlain
190-558, Justin Milligan 183176 and Estaban Garcia 167 for
Holiday II. Smashing the maples
for North Arlington were Tyler
Keefe with a triple deuce 203206-223-632, Donovan Battistus
195-180, Haley Hassan 175 and
Jenai Bacote 169.
Defending champ Holiday I
grabbed two of three games from
Lodi, 2743-2596 as the entire
squad scored well, Nick Cilento
hit 248-194, Lilly Sigona 223,
Ryan McGuire 203-196 and Alex
McGuire 196. Lodis best came
from Nick Ferrante with 174 and
fourteen-year-old
Steven
Kropilak with 173.
In other matches, Montvale,
paced by Dan Sprovieros 200
and
twelve-year-old
Chris
Torres steady 507 threesome,
held off short-handed Bowler
City II, 2660-2606. Also contributing to the triumph were
James Reagan-Ward 175 and
eleven-year-old Michaella Raab
168. Lone deuce for BC II was
Dean Edwards with a 213.
Boonton, matching up against
the vacancy, could only muster
two points, highs were Peter
Hancock
216
and
Erik
Kattermann 185-180.

Brandan Rini 668

FARMINGDALE, NY Sunil
Kochar topped the scoring in the
Friday Late Mixed League firing
games of 268-252 for a high series
of 765.
Evan Myers rolled 265-718, Clay
Hunt
259-254-703,
Jason
Simonetti 267-214, Mike Agosta
246-245-695,
and
Scott
Zimmerman 243-235-689.

FARMINGDALE,
NY

Breandan Rini paced the scoring


in the Tuesday Early Birds League
firing a 238 game for a high series
of 668.
Robert Kielawa shot 260-226661, Mike Petroff 246-656, Bert
Messina
247-221-650,
and
Michael Martin 247.

Brian Beale 736


FARMINGDALE, NY Brian
Beale topped the scoring in the
Saturday Nite Fun League firing
games of 256-258-222 for a high
series of 736.
Neal Krys shot 217-229-213659, Steve Brandt 258-236-658,
Tim Jackson 262-634, and
Edmond Wing 255.

FARMINGDALE, NY Tom
Vonbraunsberg led the scoring in
the Sunday Early Mixed League
firing games of 267-225 for a high
series of 664.
Joe Giammarino, Jr. rolled 245242-646, Nick Butera 236-205,
Rainer Latteier 228-200-612, and
Joe Panariello and Joe Venezia
224.

Nathaniel Fuller 734

Maria Lucente 274

HOWELL, NJ - AT Howell Lanes


in the Hankel Classic, T. J.
Stevens Jr. threw a 279 high game,
Tony Tesorio tossed 268 en route
to a 727 series.
Bob Layne of Sorry Not Sorry
whipped up a 266, Anthony
Passaretti hit 757 followed by
Mike Ormsby 733, Emerald
Platzer 239-237-684, Janine Smith
220-578,

FARMINGDALE,
NY

Nathaniel Fuller led the scoring in


the Tuesday Early Birds League
firing games of 264-235-235 for a
high series of 734.
Michael Berardino shot 279-225224-728, Frankie Berardino 255234-231-720, Greg Herzing 248247-716, Cristian Reale 236-257211-704, and Amefika Greaves
248238-695.

FARMINGDALE, NY Maria
Lucente led the scoring in the
Monday High School Practice
League firing a high game of 274.
Salvatore Yannacone rolled 255220-661, Nicholas Mencarelli
234-213-640, Joe Napoli 233-612,
and Elizabeth Ferraro 214.

Mike Fogarty 278

Mike Marrazzo 673

HOWELL, NJ - Mike Fogarty


posted 278-255-726 to lead the
Cheap Thrills League at Howell
Lanes.
Thomas Vonfrolio bowled 246,
Joe Ushkowitz 246, Megan
McGinley 630-214-212, and
Janine Smith 510.

FARMINGDALE, NY Mike
Marrazo paced the scoring in the
Wednesday Party League firing
games of 234-215-224 for a high
series of 673.
Brian Siemers rolled 262, Nick
Fazzolare 231-615, Jon Nelson
230, and Lester Tse 225-206.

AT HOWELL
LANES
Mike Fogarty 765
HOWELL, NJ Mike Fogarty
rolled 259 twice in his 765 high
series bowling in the Cheap
Thrills League at Howell Lanes.
John Halliday hit 268-267-729,
Carlos Cedeno 279, Shannon
Hankel 219-532, and Janine Smith
190-545.

T.J. Stevens Jr. 279

Edwin Colon 276


HOWELL, NJ Edwin Colon
pitched the high game of 276
while bowling in the Guys and
Dolls League at Howell Lanes.
Mike Ormsby posted a 259, Joe
Bufari 248. High sets were rolled
by Mike Ormsby 683, Paul
Gollinge 653, and Joe Bufari 638.
Women top scorers were Cheryl
Barkley 200-562, Joanne Shultis
196, Maria Russo 189, and Doreen
Donovan 503.

Kenny Simon 690


FARMINGDALE, NY Kenny
Simon topped the scoring in the
Tuesday Nite Owls League blasting games of 257-246 for a high
series of 690.
Rafael Santos shot 248-231-677,
Richard Brennan 246-227-677,
John Curtis 288-650, and Stephen
Albertson 247.

Tom Vonbraunsberg 664

Scott Serrao 251


FARMINGDALE, NY - Scott
Serrao paced the scoring in the
Thursday Goodtimers League firing a high game of 251.
Ken Tamburrino shot 224, Mike
Bagnato 214, Bernadette Doherty
213, and Robert Grieb 210.

Jake Diamond 236


FARMINGDALE, NY Jake
Diamond rolled 236, Carly Licht
234, Samantha Ng 202, Emily
Dean 190, Brett Markland and
James Prince 188, and Diamond
Hunter 186 in the Saturday St.
Martin Major League.
In the Monday Summer Seniors
League George Brenner shot 191,
Frank Napolitano 189, and Frank
Berardino 179.
Joe Livolsi shot 192, Jerry Hoeler
188, and George DiSalvo 186 in
the Friday Seniors League.

SPORTS REPORTER

November 5 - 11, 2014

AT RABS COUNTRY LANES


Derek Gilbert 289-762

Marc Acuna 731

Joe Zancocchio 709

Derek Gilbert 695

Anne Marie Rubilotta 643

STATEN ISLAND, NY Derke


Gilbert led the scoring in the
Michael Carbonaro Mixed firing a
289 game for a high series of 762.
Nick Cuadrado rolled 289-758,
Phil Oppenheim 290-740, Joe
Astorina 246-734, Bill Tompkins
290-720, Jason Todaro 265-705,
and Michael McNichol 703.

STATEN ISLAND, NY Marc


Acuna topped the scoring in the
Mike Massaroli Memorial League
firing a 268 game for a high series
of 731.
Rob Butler rolled 279-714,
Jeremia Readie 678, Mike
Vitaliano 252-678, Rich Eng 247672, Mike Barclay 258-669, Mike
Vignola 669, and Ross Tudisco
247-663.

STATEN ISLAND, NY Joe


Zancocchio led the scoring in the
Senior Mens League firing games
of 248-246-215 for a high 709 set.
Mike King rolled 204-258-213675, Joe LaBargo 206-239-219664, Al Felline 246-640, and Don
Schwed 215-221-627.
In another session John Eadicco
shot 234-245-658, John Gino 231205-633, and Jim Episcdopia 276630.

STATEN ISLAND, NY Derek


Gilbert led the Friday Night
Mixed Quartets firing a high game
of 262 and a high series of 695.
John Lugo and Ken Soto shot
673, Larry Sullivan 256, Loretta
OHara 254, and Donna Van Vorst
223-213-615.
In the NEXGEN Junior Bowlers
Brad Calendrillo shot and Eric
Pagan shot 237, Andrew Trapani
234, and Autumn Fortunato 216.

STATEN ISLAND, NY Anne


Marie Ribulotta rolled 215-235643, Joanne Soto 226, Larua
Haring 211, and Vicki Loverde
202 in the Tuesday Earlybirds .

Alex Spoto 758


STATEN ISLAND, NY Alex
Spoto topped the scoring in the
Gennaros Pizzatown Mens
League firing games of 246-247265 for a high series of 758.
Ryan Friend rolled 259-256-752,
Joe Gentile, Jr. 299-742, Marty
Amoroso 279-712, Ron Carroccio
247-702, Bill Marrone 297-694,
and Tom Magrone 247-245-679.

Ross Gottlieb 706

John Clinton 755

STATEN ISLAND, NY Ross


Gottlieb topped the scoring in the
Friday Nite Mixed Quartets
League firing games of 247-247
for a high series of 706.
Tom Farina shot 692, Sean Sajecki
258-688, Myke Pagan 279-681,
Robin Koleci 235-265-683, and
Tom OSullivan 258-665.

STATEN ISLAND, NY John


Clinton topped the scoring in the
Rab Wilkinson Memorial League
firing 254-266 for a high 755 set.
Scott Walsh rolled 265-262-741,
Keith Wunderlich 266-722,
Vincent Ferrante 243-706, and
Danny Brauer 247-705.

STATEN ISLAND, NY Ali


Rmaovic
led
the
Tom
McGuire/RCAL League firing a
256 game for a high series of 703.
Michael Zito hit 670, Frank
Amon 665, Kevin Melfi, Jr. 245667, and Tom Cucurullo, Jr. 265.

Dotty Bellantoni 636


STATEN ISLAND, NY Dotty
Bellantoni paced the Golden
Oldies firing 227-235-636.
Joanie Bentsen shot 225-224-634,
Vincent Tannacore 231-235-633,
and Robert Pacifico 223-246-629.

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