In the Pocket: Deitz isn’t giving up on sport he loves

Photo providedJason Deitz.

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Jason Deitz.

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Credit his 16-year-old son, Aiden, with convincing Jason Deitz not to give up on his dreams — despite monumental odds.

Deitz, once one of the better bowlers in the Capital Region, lost part of his left leg and foot due to complications from diabetes earlier this year. Now wearing a prosthesis and somewhat shaky with his new one-step approach, Deitz is once again bowling in major league competition. He’s not the same bowler, and he may never reach that level again. But he won’t stop trying.

“It’s a little discouraging knowing that I was once one of the better bowlers in the area,” said the 44-year-old Deitz. “It’s scary when I get to the line now. I have that fear that I’m going to fall. My [prosthesis] doesn’t allow me to bend over and get to the line right. That’s one of my biggest problems right now.”

The amiable Deitz, who spent the majority of his life in the food management business and as a liquor salesman, began to suffer health problems last year, and they soon escalated.

“I had a couple of sores on my foot last year and they got infected,” Deitz explained. “The situation got out of control, and they weren’t able to save part of my left leg. That’s my sliding foot. I only bowled about four weeks last year between all my hospital visits.”

Deitz tried to bowl once this summer with good friend Jim Parker, but he struggled mightily.

“I was thinking that I wasn’t going to be able to bowl competitively with my friends anymore,” he said. “When I was in the hospital lying in bed after they took part of my leg, it crossed my mind that I wouldn’t ever be able to bowl competitively again or go to the [USBC] nationals any more. I had a composite average of about 180 in 10 years going to nationals. I was going to miss going again with my friends.”

But Deitz’s talented son heard enough of Deitz’s rare negativity.

“I had a conversation with Aiden, and he told me I could do it. He said for me to keep practicing and not to give up. He said my friends are not going to care if I bowl a 140, 150 or a 250. I didn’t want to bowl in a mixed league just for fun. I wanted to bowl with my friends who I’ve known forever in a competitive mode. So I decided to give it a try,” Deitz said.

Deitz told Billy Carl that he wouldn’t be able to bowl with his team in the Sportsman’s Majors anymore because of his lost leg, but after Aiden’s motivational talk, the Bethlehem High School graduate reconsidered and put together a team of his own.

“I told the guys I couldn’t give them a 220 or a 230 like I used to before, but they still wanted to bowl with me,” Deitz said.

So even though he’s currently averaging in the mid-150s, Deitz is back in the scratch bowling mode. He also competes in the Tuesday Night Classic league, at Sportsman’s Bowl, as well.

Deitz had a superb resume before his severe medical issues. He’s rolled 25 perfect games, recorded 18 800 triples and registered career-bests of an 846 triple and a 1,079 four-game series. He once averaged as high as 241 in a summer league at Boulevard Bowl, and averaged 236 in the Vitalo Classic during that same year.

“I grew up bowling in Albany back at Action Lanes with guys like Mark Hilton and Kenny Hall,” Deitz recalled. “But now, everything is so different. I’ve been bowling in Schenectady leagues for 19 years, and it’s very tough to be bowling the way I am right now. I’m always putting a smile on my face, but it’s difficult. I used to throw the ball 15 miles an hour, and I never used a spare ball before. Now, Bob Tedesco [Sportsman’s co-owner and pro shop operator] got me a spare ball, and I only roll the ball about 11-12 mph. I used to use a 15-pound ball, but now I’ve dropped down to a 14-pound strike ball and a 13-pound spare ball. I might even drop down one more pound on my strike ball. We will see.”

Deitz has sought advice on his new bowling style.

“I’m using a one-step approach, and I’ve talked to Jim Burton twice about giving me some help,” Deitz said. “I haven’t worked with him in person yet, but he’s given me some pointers about certain angles to play that will clear my arm swing.”

Deitz said one of his biggest problems is not being able to get the ball out to the right to compensate for his ball hooking even more than it used to.

“My best game is usually my second game. I’m averaging over 200 in my second game, but I usually get tired in the third game,” he said. “But I’m getting better every week. I use Storm and Roto Grip equipment, and we will look into getting something less aggressive, because my ball is hooking like crazy since I’m throwing it so slow.

“But I’m not giving up. If I can get respectable, I might join the Capital District All Star league on Thursday nights when they go to their next split in the schedule. If I can get my average to 195-200, I might put my name in the draft. That’s my goal.”

At this stage, just bowling at all is quite an achievement for Deitz, who along with his son also has another talented offspring in his daughter Dakota, who is now bowling collegiately for Stephen F. Austin. His friends wouldn’t be surprised to see him eventually get his game back near scratch, but either way, they are all pulling for him.

GONE TOO SOON

Local bowling standout and popular pro shop operator John Drexel died way too soon this week at 49 years of age. He lost his long battle with cancer after a terrific fight.

The brother of Mike Drexel, one of the Capital Region’s top bowlers for several decades, John was an excellent shooter in his own right and ran the pro shop at Town & Country Lanes for many years. He also helped out sending adult and junior scores to the media. His ball-drilling was exceptional, and he scored 100 on an international ball-drilling test. He was one of the best at this underrated skill.

John’s own bowling exploits were phenomenal. As a senior at Colonie High School, he held a composite average of 200 in three leagues and was captain of the Section II championship team. He rolled a six-game block of 1,354 in sectionals, with a high single of 277 and a high triple of 752, while being named to the Albany Junior Association All-Star team.

Drexel cashed in a 1990 PBA regional tournament, his first, finishing 47th. He would go on to cash in nearly every regional he competed in during the next few years, when he became a PBA member. He averaged 217.4 in the prestigious Albany City League in his rookie season with a high game of 276 and a high triple of 756. In 1991, he rolled five perfect games and tossed two 800 triples. This was at a time when honor scores were much less plentiful than today.

Drexel won the Albany City League team title with Andy Smith, Dick Haese, Bob Milkins and Chris Fedden in 1992. In 1994, he rolled an 842 triple, averaged 216 and tossed a 289 game in the Bowlers Club All-Stars league.

In lieu of flowers, Drexel’s family would like memorial contributions in John’s memory sent to The John Drexel Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o of Julie Drexel, 319 Turnbull Road, Delanson, NY 12053.

His friendly face will be missed.

STRIKES & SPARES

Chris Fawcett rolled a 300 game and finished with an 824 triple to capture the inaugural Sportsman’s Bowl Sweeper/Eliminator Saturday. The tournament originally was scheduled to have a three-game qualifier with eliminator matches to follow, but a low turnout forced a change in format to just a three-game sweeper. Matt Swiatocha (257-704) finished second, Rick Bogholtz (258-688) was third, Mike Pierce (246-681) was fourth and Mike Liberatore (233-658) rounded out the top five. There will be another Sportsman’s Sweeper/Eliminator on Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. Entry fee will be $30, and first place will be $350, based on 40 entries. There will be a three-game qualifier, followed by another game that will cut the field in half. The field will continue to be cut in half until there are two bowlers remaining for the finals. For more information, contact Sportsman’s Bowl at 518-355-4330 or Chris Fawcett at 518-852-9372.

Congratulations to Action Bowling Supply pro shop operator Matt Fazzone, who reached the Round of 8 at the New England Bowling Association tour stop in Auburn, Massachusetts. Fazzone shot plus-232 for five games to qualify for match play.

Schenectady USBC Bowling Association manager Lloyd Denny fired his 12th career perfect game Tuesday night in the Towne Majors at Towne Bowling Academy. The top-notch administrator pointed out that it was more than 10 years since his last 300. Well done.

PBA50 member Rich Strath recently finished second in the Grand Masters Senior Tournament at Majestic Lanes in Woodbridge, New Jersey. He led qualifying at plus-205 and lost in the finals.

Sportsman’s Bowl will be hosting a series of singles and doubles junior scholarship tournaments called the Empire State Youth Open. Entry fee will be $40 per event. They will begin at 10 a.m. each day. The schedule will be Oct. 25, Nov. 8, Nov. 29, Dec. 20, Jan. 10, Jan. 31 and Feb. 21. For more information, contact Sportsman’s Bowl at 518-355-4330. Checks can be mailed to Empire State Youth Open, c/o Steve Fawcett, 1321 Princetown, Road, Schenectady NY 12306.

The Albany TNBA’s Trio Tournament will be held Oct. 24-25 at Towne Bowling Academy. Bowlers must be Albany TNBA members to compete. Entry fee is $90 per team. First place is $1,500, based on 80 entries. There will be optional singles, both handicap and scratch, for $10. The average cap per team will be 690. Squad times will be 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 24 and 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 25. For more information, contact Robert Danzy (518-507-2218) or Joyce Cade (518-424-2848).

Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls is offering a Scratch Baker Doubles tournament Saturday at noon and 4 p.m. with the finals set for the next day at 10 a.m. There will be an eight-game qualifier, followed by round-robin match play. Entry fee is $160 per team, with the winning tandem guaranteed $2,500. One in six teams advance to the finals from each qualifying squad. Call 518-793-9606 for more information.

Town & Country Lanes has announced a special Sweeper Series beginning Sunday and continuing Nov. 15 and Dec. 13. Entry fee is $40 per event, which starts at 10 a.m. each day. There will be a 60-bowler limit. Four bowlers will bowl on one pair, and handicap will be 90% of 215. There also will be a membership fee of $5. Top prize will be $240.

Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy will host a Halloween Match Play Tournament Oct. 31 at 9 a.m. The 64-bowler bracket event will have a $90 entry fee. In the first round, bowlers square off in a three-game total pins match, with the winners moving on. Win one match and you receive half your entry fee back. In the remaining matches, you must win two of three games to advance. For information, call Uncle Sam Lanes at 518-271-7800.

The Frantic Junior Scratch Challenge will be held Nov. 15 at Sportsman’s Bowl. The format for this youth event will be five games of qualifying and three games of match play. More information about the tournament will be coming out shortly.

The first Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York tournament of the season is scheduled for Nov. 1 at Sportsman’s Bowl. Entry fee will be $50 ($35 if received the Monday prior to that event Oct. 26). Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. So far, 68 bowlers have established averages in the A.L.B.A.N.Y. data base. Tournament organizers intend to add singles tournaments in January, March and April, and a doubles tournament is planned in December at Spare Times Lanes in Latham. There will be a $10 membership fee that will be waived for the first event but will need to be paid by the second tournament. Send checks to Jeff Segel, P.O. Box 11093, Loudonville NY 12211. For more information, contact Jim Burton at 518-209-4748.

MAJOR BOWLING

Co-owner Mike Guidarelli rolled his 88th career perfect game in his opener and closed with a 278 en route to an 836 triple in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl. Guidarelli also has more than 40 800 triples. Chris Smith produced a 259-761, B.J. Smith Jr. registered a 300 game during a 748 triple and Kevin Palmer drilled a 269-747 to round out the leaders.

Lefty Matt Fazzone delivered a 299 game on the way to an 801 triple, Paul Dumas ripped a 785, Tom Earl fired a 768, PWBA member Liz Kuhlkin slammed a 268-770 and Jessica Aiezza pounded a 264-763 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Kenny Livengood rolled a perfect game.

Two-hander Ryan Karabin slammed a 289 game and a 1,009 four-game series to pace the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl. Rounding out the leaders were B.J. Smith (278-947), Brian Hart (926), P.J. Derenzo (269-925) and Mike Scaccia (923).

Tim Grant produced a 256-947 four-game series for the featured performance in the Amsterdam Men’s City league Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes. Billy McGaffin (289-937) and Justin Lansing (914) completed the top three.

Regional pro Don Herrington shot a 279 game and a 1,027 four-game series, Kuhlkin continued her excellent week with a 1,018 and Scott Rogers tossed a 280-1,015 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 10-2, J&F Lawn Care 10-2, Syron’s Meat Market 9-3, 20 North 9-3, Vito Sindoni & Son 7-5, Team 4 7-5, Towne Bowling Academy 6-6, TSS Printing & Awards 6-6, Downs Roofing 4-8, Action Bowling Supply 4-8, Home Tech Electrical Solutions 4-8, D&D Lawncare 3-9, Rollarama 3-9, Team 5 2-10.

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Match summaries

Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 193-212-215 — 620, Brandon Wolf 288-216-199 — 703, Don Herrington 225-258-224 — 707, Ken LaBelle Jr. 203-173-203 — 579. Totals: 909-859-841 — 2,609.

Team 4 (1)

Marc Fowler 259-246-247 — 752, Cassius Boyd 214-191-248 — 653, Chris Jones 186-190-162 — 538, Chad Propper 177-204-213 — 594. Totals: 836-831-870 — 2,537.

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Home Tech Electrical Solutions (1)

Austin Zullo 199-171-221 — 591, Chuck Schissler 193-209-124 — 526, Ronnie Zadrozny 233-232-199 — 664, Gabe Criscuolo 242-203-249 — 694. Totals: 867-815-793 — 2,475.

Action Bowling Supply (2)

Rit Fazzone 173-189-245 — 607, Rob Messick 179-200-206 — 585, Natasha Bidwell 222-237-216 — 675, Matt Fazzone 245-299-257 — 801. Totals: 819-925-924 — 2,668.

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Rollarama (1)

Tom Rogers 278-191-191 — 660, Keith Lawyer 216-225-169 — 610, Dan Rotter 227-160-232 — 619. Tony Palumbo 252-246-188 — 686. Totals: 973-822-780 — 2,575.

J&F Lawn Care (2)

Jason Brown 225-279-244 — 748, R.J. Martinez 217-179-257 — 644, Nick Stricos 200-259-230 — 689, Steve Hallenbeck 262-216-188 — 666. Totals: 904-924-919 — 2,747.

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Vito Sindoni (1)

Scott Chastenay 167-215-216 — 598, John Askew 224-236-246 — 706, Rich Strath 178-232-255 — 665, Joe VanDerLinden Sr. 215-289-194 — 698. Totals: 784-972-911 — 2,667.

20 North (2)

Chris Radliff 246-203-200 — 649, Kenny Livengood 300-216-242 — 758, Joel Donto 222-263-218 — 703, Tommy Donato 242-234-258 — 734. Totals: 1,010-916-918 — 2,644.

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TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Dwayne Coonradt 222-212-218 — 652, Paul Dumas 268-260-257 — 785, Rich Speckhardt 221-189-257 — 658, Steve Wagoner 267-246-235 — 748. Totals: 978-898-967 — 2 ,843.

Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Tom Earl 278-235-255 — 768, Tom DiBell 247-178-243 — 668, Marty Capullo Jr. 269-258-214 — 741, Debbie Capullo 248-218-224 — 690. Totals: 1,042-869-936 — 2,867.

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D&D Lawncare (2)

Karrie Blake 190-232-259 — 681, Laura Rotter 225-221-231 — 677, Bill Judge 205-237-225 — 667, Patti Tenyenhuis 213-248-256 — 717. Totals: 833-938-971 — 2,742.

Downs Roofing (1)

Chris Tinkle 234-201-236 — 671, Nick Barnes 256-202-214 — 672, Ryan Karabin 258-221-247 — 726, Billy Wigand 196-223-195 — 614. Totals: 944-847-892 — 2,683.

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DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 264-248-251 — 763, Mark Kuhlkin 227-248-205 — 680, Scott Rogers 214-259-247 — 720, Liz Kuhlkin 244-268-258 — 770. Totals: 949-1,023-961 — 2,933.

Team 5 (1)

Nick DiCerbo 260-225-205 — 690, Vinny Struffolino 268-221-268 — 757, Bob Evans 240-279-235 — 754, Bob Faragon 258-245-217 — 720. Totals: 1,026-970-925 — 2,921.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Next Level Detailing 13-3, Muny Grille 12-4, Universal Auto Parts 11-5, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 10-6, Mike’s Hot Dogs 10-6, Bob’s Pro Shop 9-7, Metroland Photo 8-8, IDID 7-9, Team No. 10 6-10, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 6-10, The Appliance Specialist 4-12, Team No. 12 0-16.

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Match summaries

Bob’s Pro Shop (4)

Fred McMahon 212-195-237 — 644, Earl Lawrence Jr. 214-232-235 — 681, Bob Tedesco Jr. 206-268-248 — 722, Mike Smith 205-204-209 — 618. Totals: 837-899-929 — 2,665.

Team 12 (0)

Jason Deitz 155-172-149 — 476, Ernest Laduke Jr. 204-160-184 — 548, Connor Shoemaker 146-186-247 — 579, Mike Piotrowski 246-267-215 — 728. Totals: 751-785-795 — 2,331.

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IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 171-235-244 — 650, Flash Gordon 154-156-166 — 476, Mike Smith 238-202-206 — 646, AJ Perone 186-259-204 — 649. Totals: 749-852-829 — 2,421.

Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 300-258-278 — 836, Jim Bassotti 201-245-214 — 660, Jim Parker 213-202-254 — 669, Matt Swiatocha 202-215-235 — 652. Totals: 916-929-981 — 2,817.

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Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 299-239-203 — 741, Dave Bingham (absent) 213-213-213 — 639, John Musto Jr. 236-252-221 — 709, Jamie Diamond 223-236-189 — 648. Totals: 971-940-826 — 2,737.

The Appliance Specialist (0)

Melissa Bogholtz 169-180-199 — 548, Steve Fawcett 189-217-199 — 605, Zach Gravell 227-234-188 — 649, Chris Fawcett 203-259-206 — 668. Totals: 788-890-792 — 2,470.

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Team No. 10 (2)

Joe DiBiase 227-173-244 — 644, Joe O’Toole 279-222-179 — 680, Cory Buckley 257-194-258 — 709, Tyler Mochrie 226-213-244 — 683. Totals: 989-802-925 — 2,716.

Metroland Photo (2)

Lee Quivey 208-258-201 — 667, Steve Renzi 247-245-234 — 726, Mike Gallitelli 247-200-182 — 629, B.J. Smith Jr. 195-300-253 — 748. Totals: 897-1,003-870 — 2,770.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III 217-223-236 — 676, Ted Klonowski Jr. 161-173-157 — 491, Jackelynn Noble 197-141-223 — 561, Jim Petronis 235-278-227 — 740. Totals: 810-815-843 — 2,468.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (4)

Doug Semerad 211-242-184 — 637, Tammy Sader 194-223-243 — 660, Rich Rogaski 216-195-225 — 636, Kevin Palmer 269-224-254 — 747. Totals: 890-884-906 — 2,680.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (1)

Bill Carl 185-198-246 — 629, John Leone 216-225-245 — 686, Justin Carl 214-277-237 — 728, Kristen Impellizzeri 245-223-225 — 693. Totals: 860-923-953 — 2,736.

Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 247-278-216 — 741, Bill Heaphy III 238-247-226 — 711, Chris Smith 255-247-259 — 761, Chris Fedden 233-177-186 — 596. Totals: 973-949-887 — 2 ,809.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Downs Roofing 22-3, D.A. Parisi & Co. 13-12, Masons Automotive 13-12, Derenzo’s Tax Service 12-13, Boulevard Bowl 10-15, Kalpro 5-20.

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Match summaries

Downs Roofing (5)

Ryan Karabin 268-289-248-204 — 1,009, Tony Bianchi 151-173-202-224 — 750, Phil Kilmartin 201-226-224-234 — 885. Totals: 620-688-674-662 — 2,644.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

Lee Quivey 192-210-159 — 561, Jeff Williams 191-136-151-171 — 649, Ken Wilkins 204-212-22-202 — 830. Totals: 585-540-573-532 — 2,230.

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Masons Automotive (2)

Mark Hansen 223-212-174-190 — 799, Robin Fredenburgh 207-216-180-185 — 788, B.J. Smith Jr. 225-228-278-216 — 947. Totals: 655-656-632-591 — 2,534.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)

P.J. Derenzo 269-243-203-210 — 925, Spark Derenzo 193-219-200-166 — 778, Bob Tuttle 228-203-226-190 — 847. Totals: 690-665-629-566 — 2,550.

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Boulevard Bowl (3)

Mike Scaccia 204-248-224-247 — 923, Brian Hart 229-233-238-226 — 926, Cory Bennett 20-202-11-183 — 796. Totals: 633-683-673-656 — 2,645.

Kalpro (2)

Keith Lawyer 156-140-202-235 — 733, Kyle Wilkins 244-159-203-204 — 810, Joe Carusone 239-201-233-225 — 898. Totals: 639-500-638-664 — 2,441.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

JLD 39-6, Excellent Autos 27-18, Skyview Lounge 25-20, RJ Sheetmetal 24-21, Team Bryk 20-25, Team Majewski 18-27, Team Mason 18-27, Imperial Lanes 17-28, Team Schultz 15-30, Liberatore Elect 13-32.

Leaderboard

Tim Grant 258-947, Billy McGaffin 289-937, Justin Lansing 243-914, Dan Bryk 247-903, Joe Gatachel 270-893, Brendan McGillin 268-890, Mark Majewski 246-880, Jon Schultz 257-878, Ken Myers 238-871, Mike Miseno 234-868.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 19 71-29, Team 13 68-32, Team 11 65-35, Team 5 63.5-36.5, Boulevard Bowl 62.5-37.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 60.5-39.5, Next Level Detailing 58-42, Team 9 53.5-46.5, Rogers MotorSports 53-47, Team 20 48-52, Team 17 46-54, Team 15 45.5-54.5, Team 4 44-56, Towne Bowling Academy 43-57, 15 Church 40-60, Team 8 40-60, Team 12 39-61, Team 10 38-62, Team 3 35-65, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 26.5-73.5.

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Match summaries

15 Church (6)

Aliyah Liberatore 201-169-190-193 — 753, Ben Empie 171-190-192-182 — 735. Totals: 438-428-448-441 — 1,488.

Revolutions Pro Shop (14)

Lindsey McPhail 275-144-199-180 — 798, Don Herrington 243-267-238-279 — 1,027. Totals: 531-424-450-472 — 1,877.

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Team 10 (9)

Renee Earl 158-209-241-214 — 822, Tom Earl 204-171-224-266 — 865. Totals: 404-422-507-522 — 1,855.

Team 17 (11)

Ursula Pasquerella 205-226-244-202 — 877, Joe Venduro 166-257-215-258 — 896. Totals: 416-528-504-505 — 1,953.

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A-Plus Heating & Cooling (7)

Michelle Largeteau 149-137-101-160 — 547, Zach Porter 164-247-239-257 — 907. Totals: 413-484-440-517 — 1,854.

Rogers MotorSports (13)

Kelly Chrzanowski 247-279-194-186 — 906, Tom Rogers 253-246-202-248 — 949. Totals: 544-569-440-478 — 2,031.

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Team 15 (11)

Amber Dominic 289-157-168-242 — 857, Vinny Struffolino 178-184-227-169 — 758. Totals: 519-393-447-464 — 1,823.

Team 13 (9)

Kate Clark 226-256-235-214 — 931, Jamie Duncan 144-232-181-178 — 735. Totals: 404-522-450-426 — 1,802.

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Team 4 (9)

Erika Poje 235-204-210-216 — 865, Chris Charron 205-215-219-211 — 850. Totals: 471-450-460-458 — 1,839.

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Team 12 (11)

Janelle Irwin 217-186-226-201 — 830, Steve Irwin 193-192-226-268 — 879. Totals: 454-422-496-513 — 1,885.

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Team 19 (6)

Liz Kuhlkin 226-278-278-236 — 1,018, Joe VanDerLinden 237-246-193-226 — 902. Totals: 463-524-471-462 — 1,920.

Team 9 (14)

Kaitlyn Barnes 236-191-236-269 — 932, Nick Barnes 231-249-247-212 — 939. Totals: 494-467-510-508 — 1,979.

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Team 5 (20)

Jackie Malone 235-200-226-246 — 907, Paul Dumas 248-214-211-257 — 930. Totals: 520-451-474-540 — 1,985.

Team 8 (0)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 168-151-143-189 — 651, Gabe Criscuolo 187-184-181-186 — 738. Totals: 436-416-405-456 — 1,713.

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Towne Bowling Academy (8)

Debbie Capullo 182-245-235-279 — 941, Ryan Gahan 185-245-162-159 — 751. Totals: 388-511-418-459 — 1,776.

Next Level Detailing (12)

Kim Swiatocha 236-211-204-197 — 848, Matt Swiatocha 253-258-232-217 — 960. Totals: 497-477-444-422 — 1,840.

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Team 3 (7)

Jenn Schissler 203-186-199-202 — 790, Ronnie Zadrozny 233-239-217-236 — 925. Totals: 462-451-442-464 — 1,819.

Team 20 (13)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 228-215-266-211 — 920, John Askew 237-239-199-184 — 859. Totals: 492-481-492-422 — 1,887.

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Boulevard Bowl (4)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 201-202-215-215 — 833, Cliff Ruth 223-279-235-231 — 968. Totals: 457-514-483-479 — 1,933.

Team 11 (16)

Kris Impellizzeri 289-222-242-213 — 966, Scott Rogers 234-247-254-280 — 1,015. Totals: 549-495-522-519 — 2,085.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected] or @BobWeiner58 on Twitter.

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