In the Pocket: Running regimen helps Earl improve game

Photo providedTom Earl rolled consecutive 300 games in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league last week at Towne Bowling Academy.

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Tom Earl rolled consecutive 300 games in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league last week at Towne Bowling Academy.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down local bowling last March, soft-spoken Tom Earl found himself full of pent-up energy and not many outlets to release it. So he began a walking/running regimen that gradually increased to several daily sessions for a lofty total of 12-15 miles per day and about 100 every week.

He’s lost 65 pounds since that time, and his bowling fundamentals, grooved over several decades, changed almost as much as his body did.

Fast forward six months or so, and the New York State auditor’s dramatic weight loss has recharged his already excellent game. He has a new arm swing, a little different timing to the line and a lot more energy and strength.

That’s why it was only a mild surprise when the Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, native and current Schenectady resident started this unusual pandemic-restricted season with some of the best bowling performances of his career.

Last week, in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league at Towne Bowling Academy, Earl rolled an 817 first-three and also recorded back-to-back perfect games for the first time en route to a career-best 1,117 four-game series. Even more impressive is the fact he accomplished the feat with a borrowed bowl.

“I have the ability to use balls that don’t exactly fit me,” Earl explained. “The equipment I had with me wasn’t giving me the back-end reaction I needed. Marty [Towne Bowling Academy proprietor Marty Capullo Jr.] said he might have something for me to use. The week before, I tried that same ball for the last two games. I knew that [Towne pro shop operator] Matt Fazzone was working on the ball, so I figured, why not.”

The borrowed ball was a Storm Parallax, and it certainly was the correct choice for Earl, who shot games of 279 and 238 before the two consecutive 300s.

“I don’t use just one brand of equipment,” Earl said. “I’ll throw whatever knocks them down.”

But it wasn’t just the borrowed ball that has Earl shooting some great scores recently. Entering this week, he was averaging 242 in the Mixed Doubles league, 243 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League and 249 in the Rotterdam District 2 league. Earl, in just the first five weeks, already has three perfect games and three 800 triples. He’s averaged a robust 239 and 240, respectively, for a full season in the Rotterdam District 2 league.

Since moving to the Capital Region two decades ago, Earl has collected several milestones, including winning the 2018 USBC Schenectady Open Championship scratch singles title and all-events crown in 2018 and teaming up with Capullo to win the doubles title. In 2019, he won the Schenectady USBC Open team title with Marty and Debbie Capullo. One of his favorite memories was twice earning a spot in the Huck Finn Capital Region Bowling Show TV finals.

Earl, who earned a bowling scholarship to Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky, credits his weight loss with his hot scores.

“The only major change I’ve made is losing all that weight,” he said. “With all that running, I’m stronger now and more consistent. I had to drill a new thumb slug and adjust my arm swing. I no longer had to belly the ball to get around my body. I stopped muscling the ball. I’ve had to get my timing right, and it changed my arm swing a little.”

Earl didn’t have any high expectations when he began his weight-loss journey, mostly because he really wasn’t trying to lose weight.

“It just got to the point where I couldn’t sleep at night. I had to exercise to burn off all that extra energy,” he recalled. “I was just sitting around all day doing nothing when the pandemic first started. I didn’t have any expectations. I just started doing a couple of miles here and there. I was doing 2-3 miles in the morning, then a few more when I got to work. Then, I’d do a few more after lunch and dinner. It all started to add up.”

Earl said it’s not unusual for him to try new — or borrowed — equipment all the time.

“I have a small hand span,” he said. “I like it that way because it helps my rotation. I would say I’m a tweener in terms of my style. I’m able to use a wide variety of bowling balls. Once I got my interchangeable thumb insert, my fingers don’t have to fit that well. I’ve used a lot of stuff that somebody just had lying around and let me try.”

Earl now has 35 perfect games and 22 800 triples.

The stats guru has helped to run many tournaments over the years and coaches junior bowling at Towne Bowling Academy on the weekends.

“Tom never wants to be in the spotlight but deserves it,” said Debbie Capullo. “I have bowled on teams with Tom, both locally and out of state. He is very talented and knowledgeable about the sport. He is a team player and always positive, creating a great chemistry. He also goes above and beyond supporting a sport he has loved all his life by coaching every Friday in our scholarship league and this year is also coaching on Saturday mornings.”

The low-key Earl is happy with where his game is right now.

“Those back-to-back 300 games were exciting,” he admitted. “The week before, I was talking with my mom and dad on the phone back in Kentucky about how well I was bowling, and she told me I needed to shoot two 300s in the same series. And I ended up doing just that.

“My goal is to bowl in some more tournaments once they start up,” he added. “We haven’t had many tournaments yet because of the pandemic.”

LOCAL STOP FOR PWBA TOUR

The Professional Women’s Bowling Association, featuring two-time champion Liz Kuhlkin of Rotterdam, announced an expanded season for 2021 that not only will include 20 tournaments and an increase in prize money by almost $400,000, but also a local stop June 3-5. It will be called the PWBA Albany Open and will be held at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls.

The season begins Jan. 18-26 with the PWBA Kickoff Classic Series at the International Training and Research Center in Arlington, Texas. It will feature three different events. After a couple months off, the season resumes in April and continues through next October.

The PWBA also announced that there will be a jump to 14 regional events next season, as well.

STRIKES & SPARES

Sportsman’s Bowl will host Sunday’s first Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York event of the season, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The tournament will be a three-game sweeper for bowlers with averages less than 215. Averages for previous tournament competitors will be used if they have enough games. Otherwise they must have a verifiable average for a minimum of 21 games. Handicap is 100% of 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. Entry fee is $50. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) or Sportsman’s Bowl (518-355-4330) for more information

Congratulations to Joe “Flash” Gordon and Steve Fawcett, who teamed up to win the New York State USBC Senior Open in Utica. Gordon also finished fifth in singles and first in combined.

The team of Kory LoPresti, LaWanda Scott and Carlos Aponte Jr. shot a 2,322 handicap total to win the Albany TNBA Trio Tournament last weekend at Towne Bowling Academy. Runner-up was the team of Lisa Williams, Larry Bledsoe and Malachi Moore Jr. (2,259), followed by the senior regional pro threesome of Rich Strath, Chris Fedden and Sam Ventura (2,226). Dave Samborin won the singles title with an 803 followed by Booker T. Bates Jr. (795) and Jahil Young (792).

Towne Bowling Academy’s next big event will be the third annual NYSCOPBA Over/Under Doubles Tournament Nov. 20-22. Top prize will be $3,000. Entry fee is $140 per team and one in five teams advance to the finals on the last Sunday squad. There is a $100 re-entry fee. Qualifying will be three games across six lanes. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for more information.

The next Sportsman’s Bowl Sweeper/Eliminator is set for 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.

The Empire State Youth Open series for both singles and doubles continues at Sportsman’s Bowl on Nov. 8. Entry fee will be $40 per event, if pre-registered. The tournaments are USBC-sanctioned, and scholarship money is at stake. They will begin at 10 a.m. each day. Most of the events will be Junior Gold qualifiers. The remaining schedule will be Nov. 29 (doubles only), 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.

Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy will host a Halloween Match Play Tournament Saturday 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. Call Sportsman’s for more information.

Barbecue Recreation Lanes in Hoosick Falls will be hosting a sweeper series, beginning Nov. 14 at 1:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. Entry fee is $30 and the entry deadline is Nov. 13 at 9 p.m. Bowlers can register at Tom.Bowlingchat.net. There is a maximum of 30 bowlers per squad. One in eight bowlers will cash. Handicap will be 90% of 220. Scratch and handicap brackets will be available. Walk-ins won’t be accepted. For more information, call 518-686-5751.

Town & Country’s second tournament of its sweeper series will be Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. Entry fee is $40, and handicap is 90% of 215. There is a $5 one-time membership fee. The top-10 bowlers receive points toward the top performance award. Call Town & Country (518-456-1113) for more information.

The United States Bowling Congress has announced its tournament dates for 2021. The USBC Team USA Trials will be held Jan. 2-7 at Western Bowl and Expo Bowl in Indianapolis, followed by the U.S. Open at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on Feb. 21-28. The USBC Senior Queens will be held March 9-13 at Gold Coast Bowling Center in Las Vegas March 9-13, followed by the USBC Masters March 29-April 4, also at the Gold Coast Bowling Center. The USBC Queens is set for May 12-18 at a location to be determined. The Super Senior Classic is set for June 2-6 at Sam’s Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas, followed by the USBC Senior Masters June 7-13 at the same venue. The U.S. Women’s Open will be held Aug. 24-31 at Double Decker Lanes in Rohnert Park, California. The USBC Senior Championships for both 2020 and 2021 will be held Aug. 3-6 and Aug. 8-14 at Sunset Station in Henderson, Nevada.

MAJOR BOWLING

Chris Fedden recorded a perfect game en route to an 846 triple, John Musto Jr. rolled a 777 triple and Chris Smith, Kevin Palmer and Jay Diamond also shot 300 games in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Nick Barnes collected a 300 game and a 757 triple, Debbie Capullo fired a 741 and Scott Rogers rolled a 739 to lead the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Barnes continued his recent hot streak with his first 800 triple (828) during a 1,067 four-game series, and the group of Marty Capullo Jr. (280-1,031), Rogers (280-1,029), Tom Earl (290-1,029), John Askew (300-1,013), Debbie Capullo (279-1,009) and Lindsey McPhail (279-1,009) also hit the 1,000 mark in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Mark Hansen (928), P.J. Derenzo (911), Ryan Karabin (905), Zachary Strachan (904) and Anthony Bianchi (903) each reached the 900 mark in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

J.P. Barone shot a 269-956 four-game set, Mike Bellinger slammed a 278-952 and Chris Kelly tossed a 256-949 to lead the Amsterdam Men’s City League Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 14-4, J&F Lawn Care 14-4, 20 North 12-6, Towne Bowling Academy 11-7, Syrons’s Meat Market 10-8, Vito Sindoni 10-8, TSS Printing 10-8, Team 4 10-8, Downs Roofing 9-9, Action Bowling Supply 6-12, Home Tech Electric 6-12, KKV Recovery 5-13, D&D Lawncare 5-13, Rollarama 3-15.

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Match summaries

Home Tech Electric (2)

Randy Fickert 235-169-188 — 592, Chuck Schissler 214-191-213 — 618, Ronnie Zadrozny 202-199-221 — 622, Gabe Criscuolo 214-235-233 — 682. Totals: 865-794-855 — 2,514.

D&D Lawncare (1)

Karrie Blake 195-200-215 — 610, Laurie Rotter 231-227-170 — 628, Bill Judge 192-188-207 — 587, Carol Crandall 222-205-183 — 610. Totals: 849-820-725 — 2,435.

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KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 174-173-173 — 520, Vinny Struffolino 213-214-180 — 607, Jackie Malone 268-175-220 — 663, Bob Faragon 190-244-229 — 663. Totals: 845-806-802 — 2,453.

Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 203-268-213 — 684, Brandon Wolf 190-191-184 — 555, Don Herrington 244-195-226 — 665, Ken LaBelle Jr. 162-201-200 — 563. Totals: 799-845-823 — 2,467.

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Vito Sindoni (0)

Scott Chastenay 225-276-171 — 672, Mike DiCerbo 209-247-279 — 735, Rich Strath 259-204-148 — 610, Joe VanDerLinden 241-238-224 — 703. Totals: 933-965-822 — 2,720.

DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 155-287-179 — 621, Mark Kuhlkin 224-256-258 — 738, Scott Rogers 278-245-216 — 739, Liz Kuhlkin 279-245-213 — 737. Totals: 936-1,033-866 — 2,835.

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Action Bowling Supply (2)

Rit Fazzone 141-201-156 — 498, Bob Messick 214-247-212 — 673, Natasha Bidwell 246-245-192 — 683, Matt Fazzone 240-226-208 — 674. Totals: 841-919-768 — 2,528.

J&F Lawn Care (1)

Jason Brown 192-202-221 — 615, R.J. Martinez 192-217-290 — 699, Nick Stricos 162-213-217 — 592, Steve Hallenbeck 238-198-202 — 638. Totals: 784-830-930 — 2,544.

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Downs Roofing (2)

Chris Tinkle 247-203-197 — 647, Nick Barnes 245-300-212 — 757, Ryan Karabin 199-213-188 — 600, Billy Wigand 196-233-234 — 663. Totals: 887-949-831 — 2,667.

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 201-237-254 — 692, Kenny Livengood 237-239-210 — 686, Joel Donato 198-205-209 — 612, Chris Radliff 225-233-220 — 678. Totals: 861-914-893 — 2,668.

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Team 4 (2)

Marc Fowler 206-214-247 — 667, Cassius Boyd 193-194-228 — 615, Chris Jones 215-209-174 — 598, Chad Propper 213-219-198 — 630. Totals: 827-836-847 — 2,510.

TSS Printing (1)

Dwayne Coonradt 222-278-170 — 670, Paul Dumas 213-182-232 — 627, Paul Dumas Jr. 180-193-180 — 553, Steve Wagoner 203-279-222 — 704. Totals: 818-932-804 — 2,554.

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Rollarama (0)

Jacob Rotter 203-174-235 — 612, Keith Lawyer 185-204-223 — 612, Dan Rotter 204-242-158 — 604, Craig Taylor 261-212-256 — 729. Totals: 853-832-872 — 2,557.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 224-202-229 — 655, Tom DiBell 228-173-244 — 645, Marty Capullo Jr. 217-267-215 — 699, Debbie Capullo 248-266-227 — 741. Totals 917-908-915 — 2,740.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 19-5, Next Level Detailing 18-6, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 17-7, Mike’s Hot Dogs 17-7, Metroland Photo 15-9, Universal Auto Parts 14-10, Café One-Eleven 11-13, Bob’s Pro Shop 11-13, The Appliance Specialist 8-16, IDID 8-16, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 6-18, Girgenti’s Café & More 0-24.

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Match summaries

Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 265-223-198 — 686, Joe O’Toole 215-156-213 — 584, Cory Buckley 262-245-258 — 765, Tyler Mochrie 204-201-199 — 604. Totals: 946-825-868 — 2,639.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (3)

Doug Semerad 216-195-214 — 625, Tammy Sader 214-190-255 — 659, Rich Rogaski 187-227-195 — 609, Kevin Palmer 233-300-228 — 761. Totals: 850-912-892 — 2,654.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III 224-255-222 — 701, Ted Klonowski Jr. 146-157-179 — 482, Jackelynn Noble 192-196-212 — 600. Jim Petronis 171-193-153 — 517. Totals; 733-801-766 — 2,300.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

Bill Carl 224-231-193 — 648, Kalynn Carl 206-212-256 — 674, John Leone 244-190-207 — 641, Justin Carl 269-195-225 — 689. Totals: 943-828-881 — 2,652.

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Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 183-214-189 — 586, Bill Heaphy III 204-216-172 — 592, Chris Smith 269-300-181 — 758, Chris Fedden 269-300-277 — 846. Total: 925-1,030-819 — 2,774.

Next Level Detailing (1)

Mike Guidarelli 225-259-237 — 721, Jim Bassotti 192-238-226 — 656, Jim Parker 204-246-24 — 674, Matt Swiatocha 192-278-24 — 694. Totals: 813-1,021-911 — 2,745.

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Girgenti’s Café & More (0)

Jason Deitz 145-184-214 — 543, Ernest Laduke Jr. 141-177-126 — 444, Connor Shoemaker 235-152-177 — 564, Rich Ellis 170-219-210 — 599. Totals: 691-732-727 — 2,150.

The Appliance Specialist (4)

Melissa Bogholtz 188-244-229 — 661, Steve Fawcett 161-228-219 — 608, Zach Gravell 244-221-208 — 673, Chris Fawcett 228-227-204 — 659. Totals: 821-920-860 — 2,601.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (1)

Fred McMahon 183-234-149 — 566, Earl Lawrence Jr. 199-253-234 — 686, Bryan Admire 251-224-212 — 687, Mike Smith 214-269-191 — 674. Totals: 847-980-786 — 2,613.

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 207-277-245 — 729, Steve Renzi 280-216-197 — 693, Mike Gallitelli 288-209-252 — 749, B.J. Smith Jr. 179-261-290 — 730. Totals: 954-963-984 — 2,901.

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Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 300-227-209 — 736, Dave Bingham (absent) 213-213-213 — 639, John Musto Jr. 231-268-278 — 777, Jamie Diamond 229-247-234 — 710. Totals: 973-955-934 — 2,862.

IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 192-231-193 — 616, Joe Gordon 210-181-158 — 549, Jim Valentino 245-225-179 — 649, Mike Piotrowski 236-214-221 — 671. Totals: 883-851-751 — 2,485.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Downs Roofing 31-4, Derenzo’s Tax Service 21-14, Masons Automotive 17-18, D.A. Parisi & Co. 16-19, Boulevard Bowl 12-23, Kalpro 8-27.

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Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 237-208-200-266 — 911, Spark Derenzo 181-202-185-192 — 760, Bob Tuttle 279-194-202-214 — 899. Totals: 697-604-587-672 — 2,560.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 211-203-214-174 — 802, Jeff Williams 213-227-178-246 — 864, Ken Wilkins 188-179-225-210- 793. Totals: 612-600-617-630 — 2,459.

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Masons Automotive (0)

Mark Hansen 210-235-256-227 — 928, Robin Fredenburgh 171-223-182-184 — 760, B.J. Smith Jr. 249-239-180-221 — 888. Totals: 629-697-618-632 — 2,576.

Downs Roofing (5)

Zach Strachan 259-228-203-214 — 904, Ryan Karabin 234-255-236-180 — 905, Tony Bianchi 218-235-235-215 — 903. Totals: 711-718-674-609 — 2,712

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Kalpro (3)

Keith Lawyer 201-209-219-214 — 843, Kyle Wilkins 244-269-192-192 — 897, Joe Carusone 212-190-181-175 — 758. Totals: 657-668-592-581 — 2,498.

Boulevard Bowl (2)

Mike Scaccia 182-277-178-192 — 829, Brian Hart 170-253-216-208 — 847, Cory Bennett 191-226-182-196 — 795. Totals: 543-756-576-596 — 2,471.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 98-42, Team 13 92-48, Sindoni Sausage 89-51, Revolutions Pro Shop 86.5-53.5, Rogers MotorSports 77.5-62.5, Boulevard Bowl 76.5-63.5, Next Level Detailing 75-65, Team 20 74.5-65.5, Team 9 74.5-65.5, Towne Bowling Academy 74-66, TSS Printing & Awards 73.5-66.5, Loyal Nutrition 73.5-66.5, Team 3 69-71, EARRRRL’S 62-78, 15 Church 58-82, Team 8 575-82.5, Team 12 56.5-83.5, Team 4 52-88, Team 17 49-91, A-Plus Heating 31.5-108.5.

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Match summaries

EARRRRL’S (11)

Renee Earl 152-214-171-165 — 703, Tom Earl 290-229-259-251 — 1,029. Totals: 480-480-467-453 — 1,880.

Loyal Nutrition (9)

Amber Dominic 255-233-184-186 — 858, Vinny Struffolino 199-213-206-202 — 820. Totals: 502-494-438-436 — 1,670.

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Team 9 (15)

Kaitlyn Barnes 214-228-204-200 — 846, Nick Barnes 277-286-265-223 — 1,051. Totals: 516-539-494-448 — 1,997.

TSS Printing & Awards (5)

Jackie Malone 214-173-259-158 — 804, Paul Dumas 219-279-214-217 — 929. Totals: 468-487-508-410 — 1,873.

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Team 3 (17)

Jenn Schissler 268-221-246-191 — 926, Chuckie Schissler 178-167-189-192 — 726. Totals: 485-427-474-422 — 1,808.

Next Level Detailing (3)

Kim Swiatocha 182-159-201-180 — 722, Matt Swiatocha 216-224-204-213 — 857. Totals: 408-393-415-403 — 1,619.

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Rogers MotorSports (17)

Kelly Chrzanowski 201-226-278-220 — 925, Tom Rogers 255-190-247-248 — 940. Totals: 493-453-562-505 — 2,013.

Sindoni Sausage (3)

Liz Kuhlkin 237-207-258-184 — 886, Joe VanDerLinden 236-214-270-215 — 935. Totals: 474-422-529-400 — 1,825.

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Rogers MotorSports (2)

Michelle Largeteau 157-161-33-120 — 571, Zach Porter 212-203-245-226 — 886. Totals: 461-456-470-438 — 1,825.

Team 11 (18)

Kris Impellizzeri 224-202-238-215 — 879, Scott Rogers 256-280-235-258 — 1,029. Totals: 499-501-492-492 — 1,984.

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Team 20 (14)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 198-265-232-214 — 909, John Askew 217-218-300-278 — 1,013. Totals: 436-504-553-513 — 2,006.

15 Church (6)

Aliyah Liberatore 202-158-204-203 — 767, Ben Empie 185-187138-157 — 667. Totals: 457-415-412-430 — 1,714.

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Boulevard Bowl (2)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 214-224-148-227 — 813, Cliff Ruth 223-234-248-235 — 940. Totals: 459-480-418-484 — 1,841.

Revolutions Pro Shop (18)

Lindsey McPhail 278-279-225-227 — 1,009, Don Herrington 279-238-200-259 — 976. Totals: 572-532-440-501 — 2,045.

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Team 8 (9.5)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 156-145-122-141 — 564, Gabe Criscuolo 224-190-215-221 — 850. Totals: 467-422-424-449 — 1,762.

Team 12 (10.5)

Janelle Irwin 198-215-215-189 — 817, Steve Irwin 224-194-214-203 — 835. Totals: 460-447-467-430 — 1,652.

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Team 13 (19)

Kate Clark 299-235-198-256 — 988, Jamie Duncan 214-241-221-252 — 928. Totals: 552-515-458-547 — 2,072.

Team 4 (1)

Erika Poje 228-169-182-204 — 783, Chris Charron 236-224-217-227 — 904. Totals: 497-426-432-464 — 1,819.

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Team 17 (2)

Ursula Pasquerella 169-203-211-156 — 739, Joe Venduro 224-224-235-279 — 962. Totals: 437-471-490-479 — 1,877.

Towne Bowling Academy (18)

Debbie Capullo 248-279-258-224 — 1,009, Marty Capullo Jr. 280-253-258-240 — 1,031. Totals: 543-547-531-479 — 2,100.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

JLD 48-15, Skyview Lounge 44-19, Excellent Autos 33-30, RJ Sheetmetal 33-30, Imperial Lanes 33-30, Team Majewski 31-32, Team Bryk 27-36, Team Schultz 26-37, Team Mason 25-38, Liberatore Electric 15-48.

Leaderboard

JP Barone 269-956, Mike Bellinger 278-952, Chris Kelly 256-949, Bill Mason Jr. 267-923, Joe Gatchel 279-911, Billy McGaffin 279-907, Dave Pangburn 245-904, Chad Chiara 267-899, Jeremy McGaffin 237-892, Tony Cosentino 269-878.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected]

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