In the Pocket: Amsterdam’s Lew LaBahn a bowling jack-of-all-trades

Starlite Lanes owner Lew LaBahn can do it all in the bowling business, including shooting scratch scores with either hand.
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Starlite Lanes owner Lew LaBahn can do it all in the bowling business, including shooting scratch scores with either hand.

Amsterdam resident Lew LaBahn once fitted veteran actor William Shatner, of Star Trek fame, with a bowling ball, and Captain Kirk promptly rolled a strike on television during a special Christmas party shot by WRGB.

LaBahn, a talented lefty, not only averaged a robust 238 while competing in the Capital District All Star league at Sportsman’s Bowl back in the middle 1990s — extremely high for that era — but LaBahn also averaged as high as 217 when he decided to bowl right-handed just to prove a point.

For many years, LaBahn also was the premier mechanic for numerous bowling centers around Amsterdam, and now he’s the proud owner of Starlite Lanes, an eight-lane center in Gloversville. At Starlite, LaBahn still runs the pro shop, maintains all of his center’s equipment and still finds time to cook up a quick snack in his small concession stand.

Truly, LaBahn is local bowling’s jack-of-all-trades — and a master of them all.

LaBahn, a 60-year-old graduate of Perth High School before it merged with Broadalbin, is well known in the Amsterdam area for his many kegling skills. These days, his own bowling takes a back seat to his other responsibilities, but he definitely knew how to roll the rock in his prime.

“While I was working at Imperial Lanes, one of the leagues that used to bowl at Starlite was bowling at Imperial, and a couple of the guys came to me and said that Starlite was for sale. They told me if I bought it, they would come over and bowl there,” LaBahn said about his decision to purchase Starlite 14 years ago, becoming an owner and instead of an employee. “I ended up looking into it, and now I have no regrets. I’m happy with the decision.

“It worked out great for me. It’s a really nice house. At the time, they had new synthetic lanes, and the fact that they had just eight lanes instead of 24 also appealed to me. It was easy to take care of mechanically and it gave me more time to focus on the pro shop.”

LaBahn, who learned his trade from Amsterdam bowling legend Karl Wolf, has been one of the premier ball-drillers and lane mechanics in the Capital Region for decades. When he worked at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes, he fitted thousands of bowlers with new equipment, and he kept Imperial and many other local centers going by maintaining the lanes and fixing aging or broken equipment.

“Even after I left Imperial to buy Starlite, I was moonlighting as a mechanic at other places. I was helping Cobleskill a little, and I helped Via Port and Imperial. But then I had to reign that in, because I had too much to do,” LaBahn said. “I’ve always loved the mechanical end of the bowling business. I’ve worked with all the Brunswick and AMF lanes, both the new and the old stuff. It’s always interesting to me to see how all the different equipment works.”

LaBahn didn’t just work on the mechanical equipment during his long career behind the scenes. He also oiled the lanes, and he took pride in being one of the best at that thankless part of the business.

“I always rolled a few shots to make sure the lanes were reacting the way I wanted them to,” he said. “In our business, we want the ball to roll well on the lanes for everybody, so it definitely helps to know how to match up the bowlers to the house shot.”

LaBahn once hired an auto mechanic to be a pin-chaser for him, but it didn’t work out.

“It’s very hard to find a good bowling lane mechanic in our business,” LaBahn said. “Bowling lanes are much more complicated than you would think. There are many fine adjustments that need to be made.”

At Starlite, he fits most of his customers with the latest equipment in his pro shop, but he doesn’t get as many “outside” bowlers as he used to.

“My leagues are the most important aspect of my business, and the pro shop supplements that,” he said. “Originally, when I left Imperial in 2007, I kind of expected a large group to follow me. I was wrong. A few followed me from Amsterdam to Gloversville, but not as many as I had hoped. I had to rebuild my pro shop business over here, and it’s grown over the years.”

LaBahn says that he keeps extremely busy as the owner of Starlite.

“I run the pro shop, oil the lanes, do all the accounting and clean the bathrooms,” he said. “When COVID happened, I had to cut payroll. Now, I make the hot dogs and pour the beers in our small restaurant. I’ve got to do a little bit of everything.”

Despite being so busy, LaBahn still bowls twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. He averages between 220 and 225.

Back in the day, he was much more serious about his own game.

“Back in the mid 1990s, Tommy Donato asked me to come down to Schenectady and bowl in the Capital District All Star league,” LaBahn said. “He would call me every year, and I’d go down there and have a lot of fun. Bert Brindisi was doing the lanes then, and it was great. I led the league with a 238 average, and I was very proud of that.”

LaBahn never liked traveling far to compete, and he rarely bowled in many tournaments because of his weekend schedule, but he  estimates that he’s rolled a dozen perfect games and about six 800 triples. He has a high triple of 828, back in a time when 800s were a lot more rare than they are today. A regular contender in the old NBA scratch tournaments, LaBahn said that one of his proudest achievements was winning the NYS Tournament singles title in 1979.

“Now, when I’m bowling in league, my main concern is how the machines are working and if the bowlers like the lane condition,” LaBahn said.

But any story about LaBahn wouldn’t be complete without mentioning why he decided to try bowling right-handed.

“When I was bowling at Windmill Lanes, I was averaging 231 halfway through the season,” he said. “The mechanic left to go to another bowling alley, and another guy took over the lane machine. Being the immature guy I was at the time, I got upset when all of a sudden my average plummeted. I got interested in bowling right-handed just to show them. You know, all the stuff you hear when you are a lefty and are bowling well. I didn’t want to be stuck being just a left-hander, and I wanted to prove I could also be a good right-hander.”

LaBahn ended up averaging 211 right-handed that season. He’s even rolled a few non-sanctioned perfect games in practice.

“You don’t want to be a left-handed lane man if there isn’t a good shot for the right-handers,” he said with a laugh.

STRIKES & SPARES

Edward Pietrasz won his first Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour tournament by rolling a 1,379 six-game total (750-629) in the CDYST Holiday Gold event this week at East Greenbush Bowling Center. Shane Hecker (706-612 – 1,318) was second, followed by Zachary Bogholtz (1301) and Andrew Robitaille (1,291). Forty-three bowlers competed. Age division winners were Maddox Aiezza (650, U12 Boys), Gavin Brod (1,034, U15 Boys), Eliana Occhino (1,123, U15 girls), Pietrasz (U17 Boys) and Leigha Henkel (1,224, U18/U20 Girls).

There was another major junior event at Towne Bowling Academy this week called the Holiday Open. Nate Purches shot a 915 four-game series and earned a $240 scholarship for winning the U18 Boys division. Olivia Decitise (793, $118) won the U18 Girls title, Jayson Capullo (797, $200) captured the U15 Boys crown, Savannah Swiatocha (709, $148) was victorious in the U15 Girls division and Maddox Aiezza (587, $157) won the U12 Boys group.

The 11th annual Towne Bowling Academy Team Handicap Tournament continues with squads at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday. There are also squads on Jan. 9, Jan. 10, Jan. 17, Jan. 22 and Jan. 24. Entry fee is $160 per team, with an optional $15 for the singles tournament. Handicap will be 90% of 225 with a maximum of 50 pins per game. Call 518-355-3939 for more information.

The Uncle Sam Lanes Christmas Three-Person Team Tournament continues with squads Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. each day. 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.

Also set for Uncle Sam Lanes is the Danzy for King New Year’s Day Handicap Singles Tournament. Entry fee is $35 for the event, which has a noon start and is limited to the first 64 entries. Handicap is 90% of 230. Call Robert Danzy (518-507-2218), James Turner (518-331-7890), Tom Walsh (518-271-7800) or Del Picard (508-642-6130) for more information or reservations.

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 Jan. 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 due 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 Jan. 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).

Happy New Year to all.

MAJOR BOWLING

Zach Gravell opened with games of 299 and 300 before finishing with an 802 triple for the featured performance in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl. Chris Smith fired a 279-767, Chris Fawcett ripped a 290-765, Justin Carl ripped a 279-760, Joe DeVillas rolled a perfect game en route to a 750 and Tyler Mochrie also had a 300 game.

Liz Kuhlkin shot a 300 game (her 29th) and a 1,010 four-game series, and Mark Kuhlkin subbed for Joe VanDerLinden and bowled a 280-1,054 set to clinch the first-half title for Sindoni Sausage in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Matt Swiatocha slammed a 1,032, and Debbie Capullo topped the women with a 1,020. Towne Bowling Academy finished second.

Joe VanDerLinden shot a 289-748 triple, Rich Strath slammed a 287-741 and Don Herrington rolled a 289-737 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Liz Kuhlkin topped the women’s division with a 696, three pins ahead of Jessica Aiezza.

Tim Grant delivered a 278-1,038 four-game series to pace the Amsterdam Men’s City League Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.

Ryan Karabin shot a 927 four-game series, and Mark Derenzo ripped an 897 to lead the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

J&F Lawn Care 32-11, DeCrescente’s Distributing 31-14, Downs Roofing 29-16 Syron’s Meat Market 29-16, Towne Bowling Academy 28-17, 20 North 27-18, Vito Sindoni & Son 26-19, Team 4 24-21, TSS Printing & Awards 23-22, D&D Lawncare 15-30, Action Bowling Supply 15-30, KKV Recovery 14-31, Rollarama 12-33, Home Tech Electric 10-35.

Match summaries

Rollarama (2)

Ryan Gahan 1809-263-215 – 658, Keith Lawyer 197-232-176-605, Dan Rotter 224-172-237 – 633, Craig Taylor 180-226-203 – 609. Totals: 781-893-831 – 2,505.

Home Tech Electric (1)

Jenn Schissler 278-244-168 – 690, Chuck Schissler 213-139-201 – 553, Ronnie Zadrozny 181-260-244 – 685, Gabe Criscuolo 231-212-193 – 636. Totals: 903-855-806 – 2,564.

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J&F Lawn Care (1)

Jason Brown 214-244-217 – 675, R.J. Martinez 183-161-217 – 561, Steve Hallenbeck 203-258-236 – 697, Jeff Kallner 211-204-225 – 640. Totals: 811-867-895 – 2,573.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 228-246-219 – 693, Mark Kuhlkin 191-236-203 – 630, Scott Rogers 181-224-256 – 661, Liz Kuhlkin 193-245-258 – 696. Totals: 793-951-936 – 2,680.

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Towne Bowling Acsdemy (1)

Lindsey McPhail 195-249-234 – 678, Marty Capullo Jr. 227-245-178 – 650, Debbie Capullo 235-226-217 – 678, Mike Voss 174-217-159 – 550. Totals: 831-937-788 – 2,556.

Downs Roofing {2)

P.J. Derenzo 203-205-191 – 599, Nick Barnes 245-202-212 – 659, Ryan Karabin 269-234-194 – 697, Billy Wigand 203-244-236 – 683. Totals: 920-885-833 – 2,638.

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Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 205-186-248 – 639, Brandon Wolf 238-264-225 – 727, Don Herrington 289-214-234 – 737, Ken LaBelle Jr. 258-182-248 – 688. Totals: 990-846-955 – 2,791.

Vito Sindoni & Son (1)

Scott Chasteney 236-214-182 – 632, Mike DiCerbo 215-212-222 – 649, Rich Strath 218-287-236 – 741, Joe VanDerLinden 223-289-236 – 748. Totals: 892-1,002-876 – 2,770.

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20 North (3)

Tommy Donato 255-181-205 – 641, Matt Kallner 212-264-248 – 724, Kenny Livengood 245-255-174 – 674, Joel Donato 217-235-279 – 731. Totals: 929-935-906 – 2,770.

TSS Printing & Awards (0)

Dwayne Coonradt 238-186-218 – 642, Paul Dumas 219-197-217 – 633, Scott Zalud 186-223-197 —606, Steve Wagoner 231-216-226 – 673. Totals: 874-822-858 – 2,554.

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Team 4 (2)

Cassius Boyd 222-235-200 – 657, John Mauceri 187-213-197 – 597, Charlie Provost 257-244-219 – 720, Marc Fowler 237-263-206 – 706. Totals: 903-955-822 – 2,680.

D&D Lawncare (1)

David Sader 169-218-226 – 613, Joe Venduro 188-211-212 – 611, Bill Judge 225-194-227 – 636, Bill Nolan 218-189-184 – 591. Totals: 800-812-839 – 2,451.

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Action Bowling Supply (1)

Rit Fazzone 163-150-157 – 470, Bob Messick 247-194-195 – 636, Natasha Bidwell  218-174-154 – 546, Matt Fazzone 234-238-211 – 683. Totals: 862-756-717 – 2,335.

KKV Recovery (2)

Nick DiCerbo 212-235-209 – 656, Bob Evans 191-216-196 – 603, Vinny Struffolino 198-181-222 – 601, Cheyanne McPhail 222-203-220 – 645. Totals: 823-835-847 – 2,505.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Next Level Detailing 42-14, Muny Grille 37-19, Universal Auto Parts 37-19, Metroland Photo 36-20, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 35-21, Bob’s Pro Shop 32-24, Mike’s Hot Dogs 30-26, The Appliance Specialist 26-30, Café One-Eleven 23-33, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 18-38, IDID 14-42, Girgenti’s Café & More 6-50.

Match summaries

Next Level Detailing (2)

Mike Guidarelli 255-220-246 – 721, Jason Impellizzeri 254-212-196 – 662, Tom Siatkowski 268-226-189 – 683, Matt Swiatocha 267-199-276 – 742. Totals: 1,044-857-907 – 2,808.

Metroland Photo (2)

Lee Quivey 168-214-206 – 588, Cliff Ruth 234-248-204 – 686, Mike Gallitelli 226-245-267 – 738, B.J. Smith Jr. 225-225-242 – 692. Totals: 853-932-919 – 2,704.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (2)

B.J. Rucinski 214-257-247 – 718, Earl Lawrence Jr. 217-254-199 – 670, Bob Tedesco Jr. 209-244-257 – 710, Mike Smith 2095-176-220 – 601. Totals: 845-931-923 – 2,699.

Universal Auto Parts (2)

Andy Smith 248-224-1790 – 642, Joe DeVillas 300-199-251 – 750, Chris Smith 244-244-279 – 767, Chris Fedden 247-234-176 – 657. Totals: 1,039-901-876 – 2,816.

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Mike’s Hot Dog (1)

Doug Semerad 192-188-227 – 607, Tammy Sader 265-206-226 – 697, Rich Rogaski 255-197-177 – 629, Kevin Palmer 181-199-199 – 570. Totals: 893-781-829 – 2,503.

Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 179-231-236 – 646, Dave Bingham 204-207-232 – 643, John Musto Jr. 228-206-223 – 657, Jamie Diamond (absent){ 228-228-228 – 684. Totals; 839-872-919 – 2,630.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (3)

Bob Mock 254-214-210 – 678, Ted Klonowski’s Jr. 162-191-130 – 483, Jackielynn  Nobile 266-162-252 – 680, Jim Petronis 255-216-202 – 673. Totals: 937-783-794 – 2,514.

Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase (absent) 213-213-213 – 639, Joe O’Toole 215-183-188 – 586, Cory Buckley 254-149-193 – 596, Tyler Mochrie 300-197-195 – 692. Totals: 982-742-789 – 2,513.

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Girgenti’s Café & More (0)

Ernest Laduke Jr. 152-178-154 – 484, Gary Neumann 213-200-233 – 646, Jason Deitz 222-191-172 – 595, Mike Piotrowski 248-214-264 – 723. Totals: 832-783-823 – 2,438.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

John Leone 195-232-202 – 629, Bill Carl 247-222-257 – 726, Kalynn Carl 182-256-197 – 635, Justin Carl 279-244-237 – 760. Totals: 903-954-893 – 2,750.

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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.

The Appliance Specialist (4)

Melissa Bogholtz 226-181-234 – 641, Zach Gravell 299-300-203 – 802, Chris Fawcett 290-247-228 – 765, Steve Fawcett 162-170-185 – 517. Totals: 977-898-850 – 2,725.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Excellent Autos 92-52, JLD 88-56, RJ Sheetmetal 86-58, Imperial Lanes 85-59, Skyview Lounge 77-67, Team Bryk 71-73, Team Schultz 66-78, Team Mason 61-83, Team Majewski 44-100, Liberatore Electric 34-110.

Leaderboard

Tim Grant 278-1,038, Nick Natoli 234-895, Ron Paradiso 249-893, Dan Bryk 258-887, Chad Chiara 258-886, Ken Myers 245-885, Chuck Rossi 234-876, Joe Gatchel 248-870, Bill Mason Jr. 236-867, Bob Minery 257-855.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 22-8, Mason’s Automotive 18.5-11.5, Downs Roofing 18-12, Kalpro 14-16, Boulevard Bowl 9-21, D.A. Parisi  & Co. 8.5-21.5.

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Match summaries

Downs Roofing (4)

Ryan Karabin 236-205-248-238 – 927, Tony Bianchi 188-268-249-168 – 873, Tom Girard 232-213-181-197 – 823. Totals: 656-686-678-603 – 2,623.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 161-248-177-213 – 799, Zach Mecca 195-157-224-221 – 797, Ken Wilkins 185-201-200-185 – 771. Totals: 541-606-601-619 – 2,367.

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Mason’s Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 171-190-167-214 – 742, Robin Fredenburgh 215-203-184-259 – 861, B.J. Smith Jr. 223-200-186-190 – 799. Totals: 609-593-537-663 – 2,402,

Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 185-215-187-166 – 753, Cory Bennett 173-194-179-180 – 726, Zach Gravell 188-198-163-231 – 780. Totals: 546-607-529-577 – 2,259.

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Kalpro (2)

Keith Lawyer 177-179-185-180 – 721, Kyle Wilkins 206-266-225-172 – 869, Joe Carusone 226-204-224-223 – 877. Totals: 609-649-634-575 – 2,467.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)

P.J. Derenzo 177-168-191-223 – 759, Mark Derenzo 192-234-236-235 – 897, Bob Tuttle 196-223-246-192 – 857. Totals: 565-625-673-650 – 2,513.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 200-118, Towne Bowling Academy 187-133, Revolutions Pro Shop 184.5-135.5, Loyal Nutrition 173.5-146.5 CDMVS 169.5-150.5, Team 8 168.5-151.5, Boulevard Bowl 1675-152.5, Rogers MotorSports 167.5-152.5, Team 9 164.5-155.5, Never Enough Performance 164-156, Team 11 163-157, 15 Church 156-164, Next Level Detailing 154-166, Team 12 151-169, Pete’s Auto 148-172, EARRRRL’S 147.5-172.5, J&U 145-175, TSS Printing & Awards 144-176, Sportsman’s Bowl 144-176, A-Plus Heating  & Cooling 85-235.

Match summaries

Pete’s Auto (6)

Jenn Schissler 191-181-233-178 – 783, Chuckie Schissler 255-209-234-171 – 869. Totals: 494-438-515-397 – 1,844.

Next Level Detailing (14)

Kim Swiatocha 236-225-174-205 – 840, Matt Swiatocha 225-264-264-279 – 1,032. Totals: 479-507-456-502 – 1,944.

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TSS Printing & Awards (9)

Jackie Malone 208-191-247-205 – 851, Paul Dumas 245-212-217-213 – 887. Totals: 492-442-503-457 – 1,894.

J&U (11)

Ursula Pasquerella 214-216-204-246 – 880, Joe Venduro 220-208-248-197 – 873. Totals: 478-468-496-487 – 1929.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (16)

Erika Poje 246-209-194-199 – 848, Steve Wagoner 203-222-224-259 – 908. Totals: 477-459-446-486 – 1,868.

A-Plus Heating & Cooling (4)

Michelle Largeteau 138-129-135-104 – 506, Tony Pasquerella 166-145-210-188 – 709. Totals: 417-387-458-405 – 1,667.

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Sindoni Sausage (15)

Liz Kuhlkin 228-216-266-300 – 1,010, Mark Kuhlkin 226-280-279-269 – 1,054. Totals: 458-500-549-573 – 2,080.

Revolutions Pro Shop (5)

Lindsey McPhail 264-215-217-248 – 944, Don Herrington 243-227-232-170 — 872. Totals: 518-453-460-429 – 1,860.

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Rogers MotorSports (0)

Cheyanne McPhail 225-202-155-185 – 767, Zach Porter 214-226-227-185 – 852. Totals: 459-448-402-390 – 1,699.

Towne Bowling Academy (20)

Debbie Capullo 247-258-258-257 – 1,020, Ryan Gahan 216-259-236-244 – 955. Totals: 486-540-517-524 – 2,067.

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Loyal Nutrition (12)

Amber Dominic 201-207-258-246 – 912, Vinny Struffolino 196-202-209-190 – 797. Totals: 441-453-511-480 – 1,885.

Boulevard Bowl (8)

Robin Fredenburgh 237-192-225-193 – 847, Cliff Ruth 236-267-181-204 – 888. Totals: 506-492-439-430 – 1,867.

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Never Enough Performance (5)

Kate Clark 173-158-192-246 – 769, Jamie Duncan 155-232-162-249 – 798. Totals: 365-427-391-532 – 1,715.

CDMVS (15)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 245-218-214-236 – 913, John Askew 232-237-216-205 – 890. Totals: 498-476-451-462 – 1,887.

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Team 11 (9)

Jessica Aiezza 203-203-217-249 – 872, Scott Rogers 212-229-255-266 – 962. Totals: 422-439-479-522 – 1,862.

Team 9 (11)

Kaitlyn Barnes 215-276-233-202 – 926, Nick Barnes 237-216-188-188 – 829. Totals: 480-520-449-418 – 1,867.

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Team 8 (20)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 194-244-216-232 – 886, Gabe Criscuolo 200-225-236-259 – 920. Totals: 473-548-531-570 – 2,122.

EARRRRL’S (0)

Rene Earl (absent) 182-182-182-182 – 728, Matt Fazzone 213-218-215-224 – 870. Totals: 433-438-435-444 – 1,750.

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Team 12 (7)

Janelle Irwin 226-196-235-169 – 826, Steve Irwin 210-223-185-179 – 797. Totals: 478-461-462-390 – 1,791.

15 Church (13)

Aliyah Liberatore 250-184-221-215 – 870, Ben Empie (absent) 181-181-181-181 – 724. Totals: 495-429-466-460 – 1,850.

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