In the Pocket: At 63, Mark Kuhlkin enjoying his best season

Mark Kuhlkin is averaging 237 in Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League.
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Mark Kuhlkin is averaging 237 in Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League.

Most of Mark Kuhlkin’s favorite moments in a bowling center involve watching his talented daughter — current PWBA standout, two-time national collegiate champion and former NTCA Division I Bowler of the Year Liz Kuhlkin, who seems to dominate the local headlines in her sport week after week.

But the elder Kuhlkin, now 63, is no slouch on the lanes. In fact, the Schenectady High School graduate and 44-year Price Chopper employee owns the third-highest average in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday nights at Towne Bowling Academy. That 237 mark, his career-best, is a few pins better than his highly-decorated daughter.

“I don’t know exactly why I’m bowling so well right now, but I’ve got my timing down. I’m a little slower than I used to be, but I guess that comes with age,” said Mark Kuhlkin, one of the league’s oldest competitors. “Being slower has helped me a little bit, because when I’m not bowling well, I get too fast with my feet and I rise up at the line.”

Kuhlkin can’t bend down at the line the way he would like to because of a pair of achy knees, but that sharp timing he’s talking about has enabled him to hit his mark time after time. By the way, he still rolls the ball hard enough at between 15-16 miles per hour to get the required pin carry with his favorite ball of choice, a Brunswick Vapor Zone.

“I take five or six stutter steps. It’s not the kind of form that anyone should learn by, but it works for me,” he said. “The biggest thing is that when you get to the line, your arms and the ball are in the right place.”

Kuhlkin has a high triple this season of 784 and a high game of 279. At one point, he was averaging 240.

Yet his excellent start was extremely unlikely because of several health issues.

“It all started last year when, while I was bowling, my left knee gave out and I collapsed,” Kuhlkin said. “My knee was drained, and I got a cortisone shot. When I started back bowling this year, my knees starting to feel like they were getting a little [weak] again, so I went back to the knee doctor, and he gave me a shot in both knees.”

Kuhlkin thought he was ready to bowl without pain, but an unfortunate accident sidelined him for several weeks.

“The following day after that shot, I cut my middle right finger on a plate in the kitchen, and it required six stitches,” he said. “I ended up having to miss three weeks of bowling. Luckily, the cut was in the lower part of the finger and not near the top. Once it healed, it’s been OK, but it’s still kind of numb, perhaps because I might have cut into some nerves.”

Kuhlkin told his teammates he would probably be out a little more time because of the finger, but when the substitute he had scheduled had an emergency, Kuhlkin decided to try to bowl.

“The guy told me he could probably get there late, so I gave it a go. I ended up shooting a 774 triple, so I guess I was OK,” Kuhlkin said with a laugh. “I was a little hesitant when I started, but I’m glad it happened that way, because it kind of forced me to do it. I knew I could basically bowl without pain.”

Kuhlkin started bowling when he was 10 at the now-defunct Revere Lanes. His father always bowled, so the sport was in the family. Gene Mastro was the junior bowling instructor at the time.

“I don’t think anyone in particular taught me how to bowl. I just learned as I went,” Kuhlkin said.

Eventually, he was good enough to compete in several major leagues, including the Schenectady League at Revere. “I never thought about taking the game any further than in league play and just having fun,” he said.

But Kuhlkin averaged in the low 230s several times while bowling in leagues at Sportsman’s Bowl. He’s produced a high triple of 836 and owns 14 perfect games and five or six 800 triples.

“I would say bowling my first 300 game at Revere Lanes was one of best memories,” he said. “Back then, everyone would stop bowling to watch you finish. Now, you barely get a high-five.”

The assistant manager of the produce department at the Latham Market 32 Bistro said he feels comfortable bowling in the extremely competitive City League and isn’t intimidated.

“I don’t think about who I’m bowling with. I’m just concentrating on myself,” he said. “I’m enjoying it. Who knows how I’ll finish up. Maybe at the end of the season my average won’t be that high. I’ve had people come up to me and say ‘Wow, you’re bowling so well.’ But, I’m just enjoying it and staying within myself. When you are averaging this high, you don’t want to hit a plateau. I just hope I finish strong. It’s not good to put undue pressure on yourself. If it happens, it happens.”

Talking about his own bowling exploits is not Kuhlkin’s favorite thing to do. But watching his daughter produce so many outstanding performances, including two wins on the PWBA Tour, is more to his liking.

“I’ve watched her a million times, and I can watch her a million more,” he said. “Not because she’s my daughter, but because of her talent and the fact that she’s a tremendous young lady. My wife and I enjoy watching her bowl, and we’re proud of both our daughter and our son.”

Kuhlkin said his absolute favorite memory in the sport was watching Liz shoot the all-time women’s national high-triple record of 890 at Towne Bowling Academy.

“Watching her shoot that 890 was quite a night,” he said. “I wanted to run out to the lanes to congratulate her, but Marty [Towne Bowling Academy proprietor Marty Capullo Jr.] got there first. I know her friend Jessica [Aiezza] put the last couple of frames on Facebook, and I think it kind of started a trend.”

Mark Kuhlkin said he’s proud to take advice from his daughter and sometimes seeks her out for a quick tip. 

“She knows so much about the sport that I never have any problems taking advice from her,” he said.

But in the end, he’d rather be a dad watching his daughter turn into one of the top bowlers in Capital Region history.

“I’m enjoying bowling, especially bowling on the same team with her, but just watching Liz is special,” he said. “My wife and I watched her at Nebraska winning the national championship. Most of the great experiences I’ve had are connected to Liz.”

STRIKES & SPARES

Sammy Ventura teamed up with Phil Drumm to win the Digger’s Doubles tournament Sunday at Hilltop Bowl. The event was switched from Uncle Sam Lanes to Hilltop Bowl. The winning tandem split $3,000. Other teams that made the finals were Brad Angelo with Chad Mee; Kate Gardner with Ron Gardner; Del Picard with Larry King; Dave Jecko with Ray Cyr; Ryan Shafer with Howard Ayers; R.J. Martinez with Scott Rogers; Ed Gumm with Marty Capullo Jr.; Adam Michaud with Mike Klosin; Alex Cavagnaro with Joe Scianna; Nick Galusha with Mark James; Troy Lint with Kevin Bianko; Jon Wilbur with Nick Miseno; Ryan Galli with Bill Young; Justin Urbano with Jim Pritts; and Joe VanDerLinden with Tommy Donato. All finalists split at least $260.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 11th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues with two squads Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. The tournament continues on weekends through Jan. 24. Top prize for the four-person team event is $4,000. There is also an optional singles event, using the same scores.  Handicaps will be 90% of 225, with a maximum handicap of 50 pins per game. Entry fee is $160 per team, plus $15 for the optional singles competition and $10 for the optional jackpots. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for more information.

Towne Bowling Academy is also offering two other major tournaments this month. The Empire State Youth 2020 Holiday Open is for juniors on Monday and Tuesday, with bowlers able to walk in any time between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. There will be boys and girls under-18, under-15 and under-12 age divisions. Entry fee is $30. Also set at Towne will be a New Year’s Eve Tournament Dec. 31 at 5 p.m. Entry fee is $40 per person. Bowlers will roll four games, moving pairs after two games. Handicap will be 75% of 220. One in five will cash.

The Uncle Sam Lanes Christmas Three-Person Team Tournament continues with squads Saturday (12 p.m. and 3 p.m.), Sunday (1 p.m.), Wednesday (7 p.m.), Thursday (4 p.m. and 7 p.m.), Jan. 2 (1 p.m.) and Jan. 3 (1 p.m.). Handicap is 90% of 220. One in eight teams will cash. Entry fee is $30 per bowler. Top price is $1,200, based on 100 teams. For reservations, call 518-271-7800.

Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls is hosting its New Year’s Day Tournament at 11 a.m. First place will be $2,000, and second place will be $1,200. Entry fee is $125. The format will be a six-game mini marathon. Also included using the same scores but with separate entry fees will be a three-game sweeper and a 12-game doubles event. Call 518-793-9606 for more information.

Uncle Sam Lanes is the site for the next Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York handicap tournament series on January 17. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Handicap is 75% of 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. Entry fee is $35 if paid by Jan. 10, or $50 otherwise. There is also a  $10 membership fee if not paid already. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

The 17th annual Schenectady-Scotia Women’s 500 Club Snowball Bowl Scotch Doubles tournament will be held January 17 at 1 p.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl. The tournament is open to all members of the 500 Club. Anyone who has bowled a 500 triple can enter by joining the club. Entry fee is $17 per person plus a $5 entry fee for new members. Applications are available at all three Schenectady USBC bowling centers: Boulevard Bowl, Sportsman’s Bowl and Towne Bowling Academy. For more information contact Ursula Pasquerella (518-357-0914).

COVID-19 threats have led to the United States Bowling Congress changing its sites for the 2021 USBC Masters and 2021 U.S. Open. They will be contested in consecutive weeks at the 78-lane National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada. The Masters will be held March 29-April 4, and the U.S. Open will be held April 4-11.

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour will be holding a Holiday Gold Tournament Sunday (10 a.m.) and Monday (9 a.m.) at East Greenbush Bowling Center.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all the bowlers out there.

MAJOR BOWLING

Joel Donato delivered a 299-794, Ryan Karabin slammed a 776, Bob Messick tossed a 767 and Lindsey McPhail shot a 247-713 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Justin Carl tossed a 289-787, and Mike Guidarelli ripped a 257-763 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Ryan Karabin slammed a 258-953 four-game series, and P.J. Derenzo tossed a 270-912 Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Kyle Kilburn rolled a perfect game en route to a 1,068 four-game series, Mike Miseno ripped a 269-1,022 and Tim Grant fired a 269-1,011 to pace the Amsterdam Men’s City League Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.

Craig Taylor shot a 300 game en route to a 1,026 four-game series, Don Herrington delivered a 278-988,  Scott Rogers recorded a 300 game during a 974, Gabe Criscuolo fired a 945 and Liz Kuhlkin hammered a 278-957 to lead the women in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

J&F Lawn Care 31-11, DeCrescente Distributing 29-13, Towne Bowling Academy 27-15, Downs Roofing 27-15, Syron’s Meat Market 27-15, Vito Sindoni & Son 25-17, 20 North 24-18, TSS Printing & Awards 23-19, Team 4 22-20, D&D Lawncare 14-28, Action Bowling Supply 14-28, KKV Recovery 12-30, Rollarama 10-32, Home Tech Electric 9-33.

Match summaries

Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Tom Earl 232-248-204 – 684, Tom DiBell 151-170-155 – 476, Marty Capullo Jr. 229-193-254 – 686, Debbie Capullo 246-195-200 – 641. Totals: 858-806-823 – 2,487.

J&F Lawn Care (2)

Jason Brown 222-207-215 – 644, R.J. Martinez 172-203-237 – 612, Nick Stricos 199-247-208 – 654, Steve Hallenbeck 183-190-233 – 606. Totals: 776-847-893 – 2,516.

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Action Bowling Supply (2)

Rit Fazzone 187-193-148 – 528, Bob Messick 238-268-261 – 767, Natasha Bidwell 183-207-224 – 614, Matt Fazzone 268-221-227 – 716. Totals: 876-889-860 – 2,625.

DeCrescente Distributing (1)

Matt Kallner 149-192-199 – 540, Mark Kuhlkin 210-266-204 – 680, Scott Rogers 215-223-245 – 684, Liz Kuhlkin 181-247-209 – 637. Totals: 755-928-858 – 2,541.

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Home Tech Electric (0)

Austin Zullo 180-205-222 – 607, Liz Criscuolo 151-139-173 – 463, Cheyanne McPhail 211-242-223 – 676, Gabe Criscuolo 190-247-204 – 641. Totals:  732-833-822 – 2,387.

Vito Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 165-186-195 – 546, Mike DiCerbo 266-246-183 – 695, Rich Strath 217-215-232 – 664, Joe VanDerLinden 237-230-255 – 722. Totals: 885-877-865 – 2,627.

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Rollarama (1)

Scott Zalud 213-151-257 – 621, Keith Lawyer 189-181-182 – 552, Dan Rotter 252-225-262 – 739, Jody Becker 237-217-216 – 670. Totals: 891-774-917 – 2,582.

D&D Lawncare (2)

Jacob Rotter 206-194-212 – 612, David Sader 223-202-202 – 627, Bill Judge 259-247-234 – 740, Chad Propper 213-215-236 – 664. Totals: 901-858-884 – 2,643.

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Team 4 (3)

Lindsey McPhail 247-246-220 – 713, John Mauceri 217-204-198 – 619, Charlie Provost 225-237-256 – 718, Marc Fowler 255-219-212 – 686. Totals: 944-906-886 – 2,736.

KKV Recovery (0)

Nick DiCerbo 229-194-185 – 608, Bob Evans 185-214-222 – 621, Joe Venduro 184-206-185 – 575, Vinny Struffolino 222-220-238 – 680. Totals: 820-834-830 – 2,484.

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Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 178-212-279 – 669, Brandon Wolf 225-236-196 – 657, Don Herrington 279-176-247 – 702, Ken LaBelle  Jr. 160-227-216 – 603. Totals: 842-851-938 – 2,631.

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 2092-187-189 – 578, Kenny Livengood 189-234-200 – 623, Joel Donato 238-257-299 – 794, Chris Radliff 279-146-151 – 576. Totals: 908-824-839 – 2,571.

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TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Dwayne Coonradt 206-247-256 – 709, Paul Dumas 237-258-213 – 708, Rick Speckhardt 172-229-215 – 616, Steve Wagoner 212-266-268 – 746. Totals: 827-1,000-952 – 2,779.

Downs Roofing (2)

Chris Tinkle 246-193-186 – 625, Nick Barnes 208-214-279 – 701, Ryan Karabin 258-249-269 – 776, Billy Wigand 223-268-256 – 747. Totals: 935-924-990 – 2,849.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Next Level Detailing 40-12, Universal Auto Parts 35-17, Muny Grille 34-18, Metroland Photo 34-18, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ  31-21, Bob’s Pro Shop 30-22, Mike’s Hot Dogs 29-23, Café One-Eleven 22-30, The Appliance Specialist 22-30, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 15-37, IDID 14-38, Girgenti’s Café & More 6-46.

Match summaries

Café One-Eleven (4)

Joe DiBiase 193-226-239 – 658, Joe O’Toole 158-213-215 – 586, Cory Buckley 279-278-187 – 744, Tyler Mochrie 215-226-267 – 708. Totals: 845-943-908 – 2,696.

IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez (absent) 210-210-210 – 630, Joe Gordon (absent) 177-177-177 – 531, Jim Valentino (absent) 194-194-194 – 582, A.J. Perone (absent) 209-209-209 – 627. Totals: 790-790-790 – 2,370.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (3)

Ted Klonowski III: (absent) 212-212-212 – 636, Ted Klonowski Jr. 187-204-211 – 602, Jackielynn Noble 148-222-235 – 605, Jim Petronis 256-216-238 – 710. Totals: 803-854-696 – 2,553.

Girgenti’s Café & More (1)

Ernest Laduke Jr. 182-160-162 – 504, Rich Ellis 229-238-217 – 675, Jason Deitz 174-156-145 – 475, Mike Piotrowski 235-215-227 – 677. Totals: 811-769-751 – 2,331.

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Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 257-249-257 – 763, Jason Impellizzeri 213-236-244 – 693, Tom Siatkowski 223-191-214 – 628, Jim Parker 214-234-180 – 628. Totals: 907-910-895 – 2,712.

Metroland Photo {0)

Lee Quivey 200-159-202 – 561, Steve Renzi 217-244-213 – 674, Mike Gallitelli 214-224-211 – 649, B.J. Smith Jr. 195-234-268 – 697. Totals: 826-861-894 – 2,581.

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Universal Auto Parts (2)

Andy Smith 248-221-179 – 648, Bill Heaphy III 257-168-267 – 692, Chris Smith 216-279-236 – 731, Chris Fedden 212-238-207 – 657. Totals: 933-906-889 – 2,728.

Muny Grille (2)

Jay Diamond 178-184-233 – 595, Dave Bingham (absent) 220-220-220 – 660,, John Musto Jr. 243-261-235 – 739, Jamie Diamond 257-246-215 – 718. Totals: 898-911-903 – 2,712.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (0)

Doug Semerad 246-235-178 – 659, Tammy Sader 197-205-246 – 648, Rich Rogaski 212-201-189 – 602, Kevin Palmer 228-194-152 – 574. Totals: 883-835-765 – 2,483.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

John Leone 223-225-239 – 687, Bill Carl 215-172-193 – 580, Kalynn Carl 219-230-258 – 707, Justin Carl 289-240-258 – 787. Totals: 946-867-948 – 2,761.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

B.J. Rucinski 242-238-216 – 696, Earl Lawrence Jr. 231-222-227 – 680, Bob Tedesco Jr. 233-257-188 – 678, Mike Smith 215-198-210 – 623. Totals: 921-915-841 – 2,677.

The Appliance Specialist (1)

Scott Lawson 162-226-182 – 570, Mike Liberatore 244-206-256 – 706, Zach Gravell 287-192-245 – 724, Dave  Hayward 215-200-183 – 598. Totals: 908-824-866 – 2,598.

FRANK DEPALMA

BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 19-6, Masons Automotive 14.5-10.5, Downs Roofing 14-11, Kalpro 12-13, Boulevard Bowl 8-17, D.A. Parisi & Co. 7.5-17.5.

Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)

P.J. Derenzo 200-215-227-270 – 912, Mark Derenzo 212-268-180-226 – 896, Zach Strachan 153-213-243-247 – 856. Totals: 565-696-660-743 – 2,664.

Downs Roofing (2)

Ryan Karabin 241-258-224-230 – 953, Tony Bianchi 196-258-171-257 – 882, Phil Kilmartin (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760. Totals: 627-796-585-677 – 2,595.

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Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 184-239-192-182 – 797, Kyle Wilkins 182-197-183-180 – 742, Joe Carusone 190-175-183-187 – 735. Totals: 556-611-558-549 – 2,274.

Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Robin Fredenburgh (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Austin Zullo 192-183-206-202 – 783. Totals: 572-563-586-582 – 2,303.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)

John Mecca 201-153-235-192 – 781, Zach Mecca 175-168-147-194 – 684, Ken Wilkins 221-290-164-212 – 887. Totals: 597-611-546-598 – 2,352.

Boulevard Bowl (3)

Mike Scaccia 203-197-233-243 – 876, Brian Hart (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Cory Bennett (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760. Totals: 583-577-613-623 – 2,396.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

JLD 88-47, Excellent Autos 83-52, Imperial Lanes 83-52, RJ Sheetmetal 79-56, Skyview  Lounge 75-60, Team Bryk 64-71, Team Mason 61-74, Team Schultz 57-78, Team Majewski 44-91, Liberatore Electric 34-101.

Leaderboard

Kyle Kilburn 300-1,068, Mike Misseno 269-1,022, Tim Grant 269-1,011, Mike Bellinger 290-998, Dave Pangburn 257-967, Bob  Minery 279-923, Bill Schmidtmann 287-909, Chuck Rossi 276-906, Justin Lansing 232-902, Bill Mason Jr. 256-877.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 187-113, Revolutions Pro Shop 179.5-120.5, Rogers MotorSports 167.5-132.5, Towne Bowling Academy 167-133, Loyal Nutrition 161.5-138.5, Boulevard Bowl 159.5-140.5, Never Enough Performance 159-141, CDMVS 154.5-145.5, Team 11 154-146, Team 9 153.5-146.5, Team 8 146.5-151.5, EARRRRL’S 147.5-152.5, Team 12 144-156, 15 Church 143-157, Pete’s Auto 142-158, Next Level Detailing 140-160, TSS Printing & Awards 135-165, J&U 134-166, Sportsman’s Bowl 128-172, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 81-219.

Match summaries

TSS Printing & Awards (10)

Jackie Malone 211-225-164-200 – 800, Paul Dumas 168-193-219-289 – 869. Totals: 418-457-422-528 – 1,825.

J&U (10)

Ursula Pasquerella (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Joe Venduro 196-256-206-212 – 870. Totals: 430-490-440-446 – 1,806.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (16)

Erika Poje 177-149-223-202 – 751, Bill Nolan 179-190-268-216 – 853. Totals: 407-390-542-469 – 1,808.

A-Plus Heating (4)

Michelle Largeteau 112-104-143-107 – 466, Mike O’Toole 212-203-213-206 – 834. Totals: 407-390-439-396 – 1,632.

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Sindoni Sausage (7)

Liz Kuhlkin 238-226-215-278 – 961, Joe VanDerLinden 225-191-247-269 – 932. Totals: 466-420-465-550 – 1,901.

Revolutions Pro Shop (13)

Lindsey McPhail 203-290-204-204 – 901, Don Herrington 254-265-278-191 – 988. Totals: 468-566-493-406 – 1,933.

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Rogers MotorSports (7)

Haley Groat 173-159-214-180 – 726, R.J. Martinez 245-246-236-215 – 952. Totals: 460-457-492-437 – 1,846.

Towne Bowling Academy (13)

Debbie Capullo 214-216-228-280 – 938, Marty Capullo Jr. 220-233-254-199 – 906. Totals: 450-465-498-495 – 1,908.

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Loyal Nutrition (10)

Amber Dominic 176-212-182-190 – 760, Vinny Struffolino 2209-171-183-200 – 774. Totals: 439-426-408-433 – 1,706.

Never Enough Performance (10)

Kate Clark 171-190-181-212 – 754, Jamie Duncan 204-158-227-237 – 826. Totals: 411-384-444-485 – 1,724.

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Boulevard Bowl (12)

Amy Janetsky-Smith 235-199-183-175 – 792, Cliff Ruth 204-203-269-267 – 943. Totals: 467-430-480-470 – 1,847.

CDMVS (8)

Tammy Sader 146-167-221-221 – 755, Craig Taylor 300-219-279-228 – 1,026. Totals: 452-392-506-455 – 1,805.

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Team 11 (9)

Natasha Bidwell 236-244-200-203 – 883, Scott Rogers 212-237-225-300 – 974. Totals: 463-496-440-518 – 1,917.

Team 9 (11)

Kaitlyn Barnes 238-170-200-267 – 875, Nick Barnes 203-169-247-258 – 877. Totals: 470-368-476-554 – 1,868.

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Next Level Detailing (0)

Kim Swiatocha (absent) 206-206-206-206 – 824 Matt Swiatocha (absent) 226-226-226-226 – 904. Totals: None.

EARRRRL’S (10)

Renee Earl 214-211-203-161 – 789, Tom Earl 206-175-246-234 – 861. Totals: 453-419-482-428 – 1,782.

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Team 12 (6.5)

Janelle Irwin 193-245-182-144 – 764, Dan Rotter 233-255-192-182 – 862. Totals: 459-533-407-359 – 1,758.

Team 8 (13.5)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 129-148-144-176 – 597, Gabe Criscuolo 258-227-257-203 – 945. Totals: 467-455-481-459 – 1,862.

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Pete’s Auto (8)

Jenn Schissler 258-222-227-2094 – 911, Chuckie Schissler 157-206-213-179 – 755. Totals: 464-477-489-432 – 1,862.

15 Church (12)

Aliyah Liberatore 205-215-246-225 – 891, Ben Empie (absent) 181-181-181-181 – 724. Totals: 452-462-493-472 – 1,879.

 

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