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Lennie Boresch Jr. Wins PBA50 National Championship Eric Reynolds 300 at Farmingdale Lanes
THE VILLAGES, Fla. – Throwing Both players struggled to find FARMINGDALE, NY - Eric 809, Louis Getzelman and Buzz
two pressured-filled strikes in the a shot in the title match but Reynolds blasted a 300 game in Goodman 290, John Ripple and
10th frame of the title match, Boresch had an opportunity to the Epic Edge Trios League at Derek James 279, Joseph Farley
Lennie Boresch Jr. of Kenosha, win when Duke, the top qualifi- Farmingdale Lanes. 277, Jason Elliott 269, and Mike
Wis., beat PBA Hall of Famer er for the finals who was trying Don Perillo shot 246-267-296- Ninivaggi and Michael Willis 268.
Norm Duke of Clermont, Fla., in for his fifth PBA50 Tour title,
the championship match to win the failed to strike on his first ball Nut Flowers 300 at Jib Lanes
PBA50 National Championship of the 10th frame. Boresch made FLUSHING, NY - Nut Flowers Dave Siegenthal shot 237-266-
presented by Spanish Springs a one board move to the right earned top honors in the Ted Guy 725, Charlie Iorio 279-225-717,
Lanes and Radical for his first and increased his speed slightly Classic League at Jib Lanes blast- John Gallub 246-267-716, Kevin
PBA50 Tour major and fourth for the first shot in the 10th ing games of 261-226-300 for a O'Neill 238-257-709, and Ivan
career title. frame on the right lane and it high series of 787. Quek 227-273-704.
Boresch, a United States turned out to be the right adjust-
Bowling Congress Hall of Famer, PBA photo ment.
Joe Prentiss 300 at Jersey Lanes
defeated Duke 198-192 to also win Champion Lennie Boresch Jr. “I was visualizing what I wanted LINDEN, NJ - Joe Prentiss fired a Donnie Pendleton shot 290,
300 game in the Tuesday Summer Johnnie Valentine 287, Stephanie
his third title at Spanish Springs Lanes after win- to do but I can tell you I was a nervous wreck,”
4 Man Mixed League at Jersey Starling 269, Theresa Latimer
ning the Sun Bowl In The Villages in 2017 and said Boresch. “Fortunately I was able to get the
Lanes. 266, and Silvana Placenes 257.
also in his 2012 rookie season. ball to the area of the lane I wanted and came
“It’s something you dream about your whole through with two of the biggest shots of my life. Dan Brezo 300 at Coram Lanes
life,” said the 56-year-old Boresch. “To win a “Throughout my career I’ve been in a lot of
CORAM, NY - Dan Brezo fired a Mapes 279, Joe Sciano 278-738,
major especially against a great player like pressure situations where I needed a strike or a
300 game in the High Rollers Pat McGuire and Denis Reissig
Norm – it’s something special for sure. This is double to win but this was at a whole different
League at Coram Lanes. 268, and Jason Faut 263.
going to take a while to sink in.” level,” he added.
Kevin Uss blasted 289-790, Ryan

Shannon O’Keefe Wins PWBA Sonoma County Open

ROHNERT PARK, Calif. – Crawley left the 1-2-4 combi- a really deep breath,” O’Keefe year is just incredible, and I feel
Shannon O’Keefe of O’Fallon, nation in the ninth frame to end said. “I’d throw a strike, which so blessed.”
Illinois, came into the week with her run at perfection, giving followed her strikes, and knew I The win for O’Keefe was extra
fond memories of Double O’Keefe the opportunity to lock was staying right in it. I knew I special because of the family’s
Decker Lanes, and she left with up her seventh career PWBA just needed to calm myself down recent loss of their 13-year-old
one more after capturing the Tour title if she could throw and really try to control what I dog, Cola. She was an important
2018 Professional Women’s strikes in the ninth and the first could control and stay in the part of the O’Keefe family, and
Bowling Association Sonoma shot in the 10th frame along with moment. However it was going she may have given O’Keefe the
County Open. an eight count spare in the final to end, I told myself I’d be happy extra help she needed to take
In a title match for the ages, stanza. with it.” home the title.
O’Keefe, the No. 4 seed, defeat- O’Keefe struck in the ninth but “This is something that I “She was my baby,” said
ed top seed Verity Crawley of left a 10 pin on her first shot in dreamed of back on the old O’Keefe, while holding back
England, 268-266. The steplad- the final frame. She made the PWBA Tour but definitely was tears. “She owned Mommy and
der finals were streamed live on spare and filled nine pins on her PWBA photo not refined to where am I now,” everyone knew it. Everybody
Xtra Frame, the Professional final offering. Champion Shannon O’Keefe O’Keefe said. “When the who would stay at the house
Bowlers Association’s online Crawley, who finished second County Open title in three sea- relaunch happened, I was so would always say she was com-
bowling channel. at the 2017 PWBA Fountain sons. excited to be able to get out here pletely different when I was
The championship match Valley Open and 2017 PWBA The range of emotions were and compete at this level week in home than when I was gone. It
began in a flurry with both play- Greater Detroit Open, would significant for O’Keefe during and week out. Really, all we had was really hard. I feel like I lost
ers combining for 15 out of 16 have the chance to win her first the title match, but being able to was Team USA for the last a piece of me. Anytime this week
strikes through eight frames, PWBA Tour title if she could manage them were key. decade, and I’m so grateful and was tough, or I threw a bad shot,
with O’Keefe owning the only double in the 10th frame. She “There were some moments in blessed to be apart of that. But, I I just thought of doing it for
non-strike when she spared in left a 7 pin on her first shot, giv- the match where I needed to take wanted more. So, to see how it’s Cola.
the first frame. ing O’Keefe her second Sonoma just snowballing from year to
2 SPORTS REPORTER May 30 - June 5, 2018
Peter Zmozynski Perfect at USBC Shayna Ng Wins 2018 Maple Family Bowling Centers Donated
Open Championships in Syracuse PWBA Las Vegas Open $60,000 to Support Veterans Locally
Peter Zmozynski of Depew, 973, 933 and 1,029 for a 2,935
New York, rolled a 300 game total, which is just outside the top
April 18 during his 20 in Regular
team event at the Team. S&B Pro
USBC Open Shop 1 of
Championships. W a r r e n ,
The 39-year-old Michigan, leads
right-hander closed with 3,322.
the first set of his The first per-
2018 tournament fect game of the
campaign with the 2018 Open
second 300, first in Championships
team competition, was rolled by LAS VEGAS – Shayna Ng of
this year at the USBC Hall of Singapore captured her first
O n c e n t e r Famer Steve Professional Women’s Bowling
Convention Center. Kloempken of Association title, winning the
Zmozynski start- USBC photo Pleasant View, 2018 PWBA Las Vegas Open at Maple Family Centers photo
ed the day with Peter Zmozynski Utah, on the way Tournament host John LaSpina, a past President of the BPAA, and
South Point Bowling Plaza. Chairman of the BVL Board said, “It’s a joyful feeling to provide funds that
games of 236 and 209, and his into the lead in Regular Doubles Ng, the No. 2 seed, defeated top Brighten Veterans Lives..... it’s nothing new, bowlers started BVL 75 years
career-best 745 series helped with former Team USA member seed Diana Zavjalova of Latvia, ago and has raised more than $50 Million Dollars...proud and humbled to
Friendly Foes Too to games of David Haynes of Las Vegas. 231-211, in the championship chair such an organization .... thx to PBA, to Johnny Petraglia and especial-
match. The stepladder finals were ly to our bowlers throughout Queens and Long Island....”
PBA-PWBA’s New 18-Wheeler Billboard streamed live on Xtra Frame, the Thank you BOWLERS! Your BVL donations are already being put to
Professional Bowlers good use for recreational and therapeutic programs. A total of $60,000 was
Rolls Across America donated to the LI State Veterans Home, St. Albans VA Hospital & Northport
Association’s online bowling
The PBA and Professional Women’s Bowling Association have unveiled channel. VA Hospital right after the tournament. Well done and so grateful that you
a cooperative billboard on 18 wheels that will be seen by thousands of support our favorite charity and Brighten Veterans Lives every day!
A 28-year-old right-hander, Ng
motorists who will “follow” professional bowling as it traverses the opened the championship match
country in the months ahead. with strikes in the first six out of
The co-branded PBA-PWBA semi-trailer – one of two that transport seven frames, but the match was Vinny D’Ambrosio 300-826 in Hankel Classic
bowling equipment for the professional tours – prominently features far from decided. Zavjalova, By John Jennings
PBA stars Jason Belmonte, EJ Tackett and Dom Barrett on one half, and despite beginning the match with HOWELL, NJ – Another sensational Monday in the Hankel Classic at
PWBA stars Shannon O’Keefe, Daria Pajak and Liz Johnson on the an open frame, stayed patient with Howell Lanes, Vinny D’Ambrosio 247-279-300-826 series and Leslie
other, with additional players shaded in the background. The 53-foot spares in frames two through four
trailer is expected to travel roughly 65,000 miles in a given year. For per- Bohn 208-279-224-721 series. Brian Larson 278-759, Steve Stein 756,
and then rolled four consecutive Max Stalter 279-736 and Mike Skillman 731. Also at 279 were Jay Mann,
spective, that translates into roughly 21 one-way trips between Portland, strikes.
Maine, and the Pacific Coast. and Chris Magory. Janine Smith second high women’s game 247.
Trouble struck Ng in the eighth
frame, as she left the 4-6-10 split,
to give Zavjalova the opportunity 15-Year-Old George Ferguson Captures
to shut out Ng with strikes in the
ninth and 10th frames. Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League
But, Zavjalova left the 4-6-7
split in the ninth frame and Ng
Singles Title at Lodi Lanes
produced spares in the ninth and By Vince Albrecht
10th to claim her first title. LODI, NJ - Two younger players in the Stan Niemiec YTL stole the
“It means a lot to me,” said Ng, show at Lodi Lanes in the league’s season-ending Singles Tournament,
who led the tournament after the outdistancing the field to finish at the top. Last year, Bergenfield senior
first two rounds of qualifying. Peter Bondy won this event and now his teammate, 15-year-old
“I’ve been on tour for a couple of Bergenfield freshman George Ferguson, stepped onto center stage to
years now and I’ve made a couple pummel the maples with 698 [227-223-248]/851; his strong finish
of shows, but I’ve never won any- enabled him to edge 15-year-old Mahwah freshman Michaella Raab by
thing yet. So, this means a lot to a scant twelve pins; Michaella blasted the pin decks with 653 [190-228-
me to win a title of my own and 235]/839. The other handicap winners were: Tappan Zee senior Matt
having my own little flag (champi- Russell 699 [258-234-207]/750, Pompton Lakes sophomore Mostafa
on’s banner). It really means a lot Saleh 544/742 and West Essex freshman Chris Rysz 579/741. High
to me.” scratch games were awarded to Fair Lawn sophomore Jake Nappi 278
Ng is happy to join her team-
and North Rockland sophomore Isabella Palamaro 227.
mates as PWBA champions.
May 30 - June 5, 2018 SPORTS REPORTER 3

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Tulsa to Host Multi-Event 2018 PBA Fall Swing
CHICAGO – The Lanes at Coffee part of the 2018 Go Bowling! PBA advance to the live Xtra Frame play bonus pins, the top five will Wednesday, Oct. 17
Creek in suburban Tulsa, Okla., Tour schedule. stepladder finals on Tuesday at compete for the Tulsa Open title at 9 a.m. – A Squad, Bear Open qualifying games
3 p.m. – B Squad, Bear Open qualifying games
will host the 2018 revival of the Defending champions from the 7:30 p.m. CT. 1 p.m. Central on a lane condition
Professional Bowlers Association last PBA Fall Swing, held at Wednesday and Thursday, all selected by the leading qualifier. Thursday, Oct. 18
Fall Swing Oct. 14-20. Thunderbowl Lanes in suburban players will bowl two more seven- 9 a.m. – B Squad, Bear Open qualifying games
The multi-event tournament Detroit in 2016, were Tom game qualifying rounds on the PBA FALL SWING SCHEDULE 3 p.m. – A Squad, Bear Open qualifying games
Top five advance to stepladders finals; top
package, open to a field of 120 Daugherty of Riverview, Fla. PBA Bear 39 pattern, with the top The Lanes at Coffee Creek, Owasso, Okla.,
18 after 24 combined qualifying games advance
PBA members only, will be cov- (Wolf Open), EJ Tackett of five bowling for the Bear Open Oct. 14-20 (all times are Central)
to Tulsa Open finals
Sunday, Oct. 14
ered exclusively on Xtra Frame, Huntington, Ind. (Bear Open) and title at 7:30 p.m. 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. – Squad A and B practice
7:30 p.m. – Top five stepladder finals, live on
PBA’s online live streaming serv- Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill. Based on the combined 24-game Xtra Frame
ice. (Detroit Open vs. this year’s re- qualifying totals on the 33-foot Friday, Oct. 19
The PBA Fall Swing, which will named Tulsa Open). Wolf and 39-foot Bear oiling pat- Monday, Oct. 15
9 a.m. – Top 18, round robin match play
9 a.m. – A Squad, Wolf Open qualifying games
award Wolf Open, Bear Open and Following an official practice terns, the top 18 players will 3 p.m. – B Squad, Wolf Open qualifying games
3 p.m. – Top 18, round robin match play
Tulsa Open titles, will precede the day on Oct. 14, the Fall Swing will advance to the Tulsa Open finals, a
Saturday, Oct. 20
U.S. Open which takes place Oct. get underway with two seven- 18-game round robin match play Tuesday, Oct. 16
9 a.m. – Top 18, round robin match play
24-31 at Northrock Lanes in game qualifying rounds on the event that will be contested on the 9 a.m. – B Squad, Wolf Open qualifying games
Top five after 42 games advance to steplad-
3 p.m. – A Squad, Wolf Open qualifying games
Wichita, Kan. The Fall Swing and PBA Wolf 33 oiling pattern on Dragon 45 oiling pattern Friday Top five advance to stepladders finals
der finals
the U.S. Open – the final major Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16. and Saturday, Oct. 19-20. After a 1 p.m. – Top five stepladder finals, live on Xtra
7:30 p.m. – Top five stepladder finals, live on
championship of 2018 – are both After 14 games, the top five will total of 42 games, including match Xtra Frame
May 30 - June 5, 2018 SPORTS REPORTER 5


Wednesday Night Live: Nick Senedzuk 266-670, PJ Garcia 257, John Cassetta Dollar Bill Gantt 729 Nick Filosa 763
257-664, Ryan Michalski 256-652, Gail Parker 222.
FLUSHING, NY - Dollar Bill Gantt led the scoring FLUSHING, NY - Nick Filosa topped the scoring
in the Early Birds League rolling games of 226- in the Ball and Chain League blasting games of
Wednesday Men's 820: Chang Pang 265-688, Dan Luthcke 257, John 265-238 for a high series of 729. 207-299-257 for a high series of 763.
Molluzzo 256, James Haggerty 247-671, John Nogrady 236-685, Joe Alfano Ricky Amparado rolled 226, Vernon Mackey 225, Joe Peltzman rolled 212-288-223-723, Ian
236-685, Andrew Weise 246-684, Tony D'Alessandro 243-664. and Winston Edwards 223. Galloway 230-233-226-689, Marlon Enriquez 225-
Ed Ziemak 1046 218-245-688, Tony Singh 224-246-219-689, and
Public Safety: Alex Protin 254-749, Dennis Edgar 277, Joseph Murgitroyd 279, Tony Tranchina 235-262-680.
Luis Brito 259, Billy Lyons 246-656, Ryan Fitzpatrick 235-671, Bill Ochiuzzo FLUSHING, NY - Ed Ziemak topped the scoring in
267-676, Anthony Maisonet 250-696, TJ Valentin 266-667, Robert Truppner the P.B.C.League firing games of 233-289-256 for Efren Enriquez 672
266-698. a high series of 1046. FLUSHING, NY - Efren Enriquez led the scoring in the
Gary Robertson rolled 280-209-244-210-943, Midweek Mixers rollling 241-237 for a 672
Ogie Lawsen 224-245-238-236-943, Jimmy Ansale Craig Bowden rolled 221-256-668, Judy Higgins 214-
Thursday Early Mixed: Vernon Moody 259-707, Matt Dunning 256-677,
234-279-884, and Erick Agtuca 212-231-234-203- 214-236-664, Jamie Ansale 245-216-658, Chaz Ameres
Danny Lamberti 254-639, Randy Murray 252-678.
880. 205-223-230-658, and Shawn Wyatt 24-210-214-658.
6 SPORTS REPORTER May 30 - June 5, 2018

ARLINGTON, Texas – The infused provider accounts with SMART program offers a cen-
John Flypczuk 824 Scholarship Management and more than $4 million in 2018. tralized location to manage
HOPELAWN, NJ - John Flypczuk topped the scoring in the Middlesex Account Reporting for Tenpins Last May, the SMART Board bowling scholarship funds, as
County Classic League blasting games of 279-278-267 for a high series (SMART) has announced an made an income earnings distri- well as provide USBC members
of 824. income earnings distribution of bution of $1 million to with a resource for inquiries
John Kain shot 275-265-254-794, Glenn Mohr 201-299-279-779, $1.75 million to providers’ providers’ funds for 2016 earn- about bowling scholarships.
Andrew Tripka 254-259-264-777, Brian Adamson 245-289-227-761, funds for 2018. ings. In 2010, the SMART Bowling
and Patrick Plate 227-263-268-758. The SMART Board makes During the last year, nearly Scholarship Funding
Chuck Mantione 802 income earnings distributions 6,000 recipients successfully Corporation was created as an
HOPELAWN, NJ - Chuck Mantione topped the scoring in the Federal each May based on earnings used funds from SMART independent entity dedicated to
Business Centers League blasting games of 279-249-274 for a high from the previous year. The accounts. SMART has 3,500 the management, protection and
series of 802. $1.75 million distribution is providers, and nearly 200,000 promotion of the SMART schol-
Larry Nibling shot 200, and Mary Person 196-189. from investment earnings in scholarship recipients have their arship funds with USBC staff
2017. scholarships in the SMART pro- overseeing the day-to-day oper-
Steven C. Weeks 757 “The SMART Board is excited gram. ation of the program.
HOPELAWN, NJ - Steven C. Weeks topped the scoring in the Saturday to be able to make such signifi- SMART made significant The SMART Board places the
Night Strike Nation League blasting games of 255-255-247 for a high cant distributions to our improvements to the program in largest portion of earned schol-
series of 757. providers,” SMART 2018. SMART scholarship arships in safe securities, with
Harold Baker rolled 258-298-749, Jimmy E. Mack 220-277-221-718, Corporation Board Chairman recipients now have an easier remaining assets invested in a
Artimus D. Kinnon, Sr 202-258-255-715, Hosea Fairley, Jr. 246-234- Wally Hall said. “Our conserva- way to request funds online and diversified portfolio expected to
233-713, Mark Clark 233-232-248-713, and Mark Richardson 279-215- tive investment strategy contin- providers also can now enter yield larger returns. The majori-
213-707. ues to provide solid returns, lists and make payments online. ty of investment income is dis-
Glenn Mohr 751 which allows the SMART Board The new processes not only will tributed to participating organi-
HOPELAWN, NJ - Glenn Mohr topped the scoring in the Raritan Bey to give providers additional make it faster and easier for zations and providers, with a
Men’s League rolling games of 214-279-258 for a high series of 751. scholarship funds for youth scholarship providers but small portion used to cover
Jordan Marangelli hit 270-249-223-742, Paulo Toy 245-257-237-739, bowlers.” ensures scholarship recipients administrative costs and invest-
Andrew Tripka 256-235-246-737, and Nick Cristosi 221-245-257-723. Combined with the distribu- obtain their awards in a timely ment fees.
Michael Holoka 725 tion of $2.4 million from manner. Visit BOWL.com/SMART to
expired accounts in early Started in 1994 by the United learn more about the SMART
HOPELAWN, NJ - Michael Holoka led the scoring in the Friday Night
January, the SMART Board has States Bowling Congress, the program.
Mixed League rolling games of 232-214-279 for a high series of 725.
Sal Angotti shot 215-245-256-716, Don Anione 232-238-222-692,
Michael Dellamanna 210-247-230-687, and Mike Bauer 217-248-204-
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In the Jerzey Pikers League Ceferino Rivera shot 226, Al Queen 210
and Joyce Ellison 209.
Reggie Wood 288
Dorey Badolato 723 blasted a high game of 288 in the ([LW*63DUNZD\ 
HOPELAWN, NJ - Dorey Badolato led the scoring in the Friday Night Phillips 66 League. 
Classic League rolling games of 228-227-268 for a high series of 723. Tom Elils shot 266, and William Home of many Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Leagues
Patty Hanlein shot 225-255-232-712, Mike Hanlein 210-279-201-690, Phillips 265.
Excellent Junior Program and Adult-Junior Leagues
Russell Kyzima 203-225-246-674, and Joe Parisi 213-228-226-667.
Pat Moreno 716 Derek Smith 279-715
LINDEN, NJ - Derek Smith led
HOPELAWN, NJ - Pat Moreno led the scoring in the Monday Night
Mixed League firing games of 237-257-222 for a high series of 716. the scoring in the Union County :HZLOODGYHUWLVHVSHFLDOVUHJXODUO\RQRXUZHEVLWH
Kyle Jannuzzi rolled 247-231-224-702, Brian McAdams 247-242-211- Mixed League rolling a high game 6HHRXUZHEVLWHIRUGHWDLOV
700, John Baginsky 232-237-236-695, and Nicole Baginsky 222-247- of 279 and a high series of 715.
219-688. James Roundtree rolled 262, 

In the Merck League Darnell Jones rolled 227, and Tom Vickery 224. Ardiss Rivera 2558, Radhames 6FKRROV&DPSVDQG&RUSRUDWH*URXSV:HOFRPH
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May 30 - June 5, 2018 SPORTS REPORTER 7

Michael McCourt 286-741 blasted a high game of 296 in the Tuesday Cornel, Moscato 279 Tom Whitenack 247
FARMINGDALE, NY - Michael McCourt Early Birds League. FARMINGDALE, NY - Peter Cornel and FARMINGDALE, NY - Tom Whitenack
topped the scoring in the Sunday Vacation Tyrone Page and Charles Jordan rolled Vincent Moscato each fired a high game of paced the scoring in the Monday Night
League blasting games of 286-220-235 for a 267, Charlie Turner 257, and Carmelo 279 in the Epic Edge Trios League. Fourplay rolling a high game of 247.
high series of 741. Pluchino, Ed Conlon, and Scott Serao 248. Mike Ninivaggi and Louis Getzelman Paul Baron hit 246, Ralph Ehrlich 245, and
Chris Hansen shot 280, Ted Sampepos Mike Walsh 720 rolled 269, Euene Neal 267, Jason Elliott and David Feldman and Billy Kerkenides 244.
223, and Peter Mockler and David Cohen FARMINGDALE, NY - Mike Walsh led the Eric Elliott 266, and Chris Valentine 261. Daniel Scime 246
221. scoring in the Thursday Goodtimers League Stephen Diaczun, Jr. 275 FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Wednesday
Anthony Cordaro 279-737 rolling games of 258-237-225 for a high FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Sunday Party League Daneil Scime shot 246, Lloyd
FARMINGDALE, NY - Anthony Cordaro series of 720. Adult/Junior League Stephen Diaczun Hasluck 245, Amanda Siemers 234, and
topped the scoring in the Wednesday Early Evan Apostolidis shot 240, Brian Beale rolled 275, Nicholas Hom 266, and Tris George Marazzo 231.
Men’s League rolling games of 245-213- and Wayne Coons 234. Stremmel 207. Nicholas Fina 239
279 for a high series of 737. Eric Vazquez 280 Chris Tesi 267 FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Sunday
Al Houdlett hit 278, Sean Mott 270, James FARMNGDALE, NY - Eric Vazquez blast- FARMINGDALE, NY - Chris Tesi shot Adult/Junior League Nicholas Fina rolled
Curran 267, and John Jenkins 266. ed 280, Brian Siemers 278, Doug Quaranto 267, David Drago 256, Joe Bressi 248, and 239, WilliamRomanelli 230, and Nicholas
Nathaniel Fuller 296 and Mike Marazzo 258, and Daniel Scime Joe Kurdziel, Jr. 246 in the Monday Night Hom 221.
FARMINGDALE, NY - Nathaniel Fuller 246 in the Wednesday Party League. Fourplay League.
8 SPORTS REPORTER May 30 - June 5, 2018

Storm Youth Bowling Championships AT MAPLE LANES RVC

John LaBau 773 Stan Lane 269 Rafael Acosta 258
John LaBau topped the scoring in Stan Lane rolled 269, Scott Teitler Rafael Acosta shot 258, Jerry
the Friday Night Mixed League 265, Sal Panzarella 259-257, George and Bob Moskowitz 247,
blasting games of 279-237-257 for Anthony Sisko 258, Keith Manza and Andrew Larsen 233 in the
a high series of 773. 256, and Steve Friedman 253 in Wednesday AM Trios League.
Dan DiGirolamo rolld 278-258- the Wednesday Early Men’s . Thomas Winchell 257
751, Ed Graeff 278, John Hodge In the Rockvilles League Patrice ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
267, and Pat Zenker and Paul Nolan rolled 224, Rose Marie Thomas Winchell shot 258, John
Smith 260. Yampiro 210, and Marilyn Cashel Genna 246, and Craig Inserilo
John Maglio 772 202. 233 in the Sunday Adult/Child
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - AJ Glenn 269 League.
Storm photo John Maglio topped the scoring in ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - AJ Boris Sosa 245
The 2018 Storm Youth Bowling Championships were contested at the the Wednesday Night Mixed Glenn rolled 269, Steven Santiago
National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada this year and here are the 2018 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
League rolling games of 267-278- 27, Seth Braum 256, and Robert Boris Sosa shot 245, Thomas
Champions of the six divisions based on age and gender. 227 for a high series of 772. Wright 241 in the Saturday
Boys and Girls: Under 12, Under 15, and Under 20. The top three play- Wallace 214, John Moran 206
Jason Grima shot 268, Willie Scholarship League. and John LaBau, Sr. 203 in the
ers in each round were presented with Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals
Fessler 266-233, John Terrasi 264, Danielle Davis rolled 215, Linda Thursday El Cheap Mixed
along with scholarships based on a 4:1 ratio administered by S.M.A.R.T.
Daniel Conlon 259, and Ben Walsh 184, Paricia Marome 179 in League.
All competition is scratch
Gold medalists from the left: Alex Aguirre-U20B, Spencer Robarge- Benenati 258. the Monday Ladies Classic . Mary Pat Murphy shot 220,
U15B, Micah Voorhis-U12B, Saphyre Nofuente-U12G, Melanie Katen- Henry Clay 299-730 Matt Achstatter 268 Kami Radin 185, and Erica
U15G, Mabel Cummins- U20G. ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Gershkowitz 183 in the Tuesday
Henry Clay topped the scoring in Matt Achstatter paced the scoring Long Beach Catholics League.
Ryan Hornor, Brittany Hochman, the Thursday Senior Birds League in the Custom Thumbz Doubles Danielle Davis 239
firing games of 299-211-220 for a League rolling games of 268-258.
Kaitlyn Neill, Steven Crosio, high series of 730. Thimothy Williams shot 234-
Danielle Davis rolled 239,
and Richard Juchniewicz, Ricky Amparado rolled 257, 257-267-758, David Soren 267, Mindy Myers 202, Dot Hoffman
Alex Bogolubsky 256, Gerald Rick Boremski 265, and David 197, and Lora Kessinger 188 in
Top Special Olympics/Rolling Thunder Fields 247, and Roberto Goldman, Scott Rufer and Ray the Monday Ladies Classic
DeGuzman 236. Brooks 257.
At Ocean Lanes League.
Bill Maxwell 290-721
LAKEWOOD, NJ - In the Brick Special Olympics/Rolling Thunder
League at Ocean Lanes Richard Juchniewicz, Steven Crosio, Ryan
Bill Maxwell led the scoring in the
Hornor, Brittany Hochman and Kaitlyn Neill each blasted a 300
Oceanside Knights of Columbus
League blasting a high game of
Kaitlyn had high series with 862, followed by Richard with 814. 290 and a high series of 721.
Pete Morreale hit 278-257, Albert
Ron Repasky Rolled 288-724 Nassour 270, Pat Zenker 265, and
Paul Barbuzza 258.
At Ocean Lanes Frank Cimino 278
LAKEWOOD, NJ - Ron Repasky topped the scoring in the Get in the ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -
Game League at Ocean Lanes firing a high game of 288 and a high Frank Cimino led the scoring in
series of 724. the Thursday Mixed League
Tom Dietze hit 269, Evan Urspruch and Ryan Tufaro 266, and Jordan rolling a high game of 278.
Malizia 262-709. Jeff Strumeyer, Nelson Cruz, and
In the High Hopes League, Peggy Osborn rolled 200. Mike Ferrette rolled 267 and
Eldred Sherred 257
Dog Clemons Tossed a 288 Steve Friedman 278
At Jersey Lanes Steve Friedman rolled a high
LINDEN, NJ - Dog Clemons rolled a high game of 288 while bowl- game of 278 in the Wednesday
ing in the Latinos Unidos League at Jersey Lanes. Early Men’s League.
Christian Perez shot 264, Pete Sosa 247, and Remy Stevenson 201. Ben Gregoretti hit 233-276-235-
In the Hawthorne Ave 17 League Chris Jones rolled 257, Yolanda 744, Corey Mahoney 264, Barry
Willis 249, Rodhames Grullion 248, Walter Reyes 247, and Reneece Clare 259-247-247-753, and
Porter 245-735. Teddy Avgerinos and Glen Smith