In the Pocket: Scaccia is keeping up with family bowling tradition

Photo providedAnthony Scaccia has renewed enthusiasm for bowling after his pitching career ended by injury. He runs the pro shop at Town & Country lanes for his proprietor father.
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Anthony Scaccia has renewed enthusiasm for bowling after his pitching career ended by injury. He runs the pro shop at Town & Country lanes for his proprietor father.

For much of young Anthony Scaccia’s life, he took bowling much less seriously than the rest of his iconic bowling family. He inherited the talent, but not necessarily the single-minded focus, of his kegling kin.

His grandfather, the late Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Jack Scaccia Sr., was a tireless promoter and proprietor who began the family’s ownership at Boulevard Bowl, Town & Country Lanes and the now defunct Alpha Lanes. His father, Jack Scaccia Jr., is a longtime PBA member and has been one of the area’s finest bowlers, both locally and regionally, for four decades. He is the owner of Town & Country Lanes, where Anthony works. His uncle, Mike Scaccia, is another Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer and the proprietor at Boulevard Bowl, while his other uncle, Joe Scaccia, was the proprietor at Alpha Lanes before it burned down a few years ago.

That doesn’t mean that Scaccia didn’t participate in the family business. In fact, as a youngster, he bowled six years on the varsity team at Voorheesville High School.

But Scaccia preferred other sports, especially baseball. He also played linebacker on the football team and even played some varsity volleyball, where his team won a Colonial Council title.

“Believe it or not, when I was a kid, I didn’t really like to bowl that much,” the 26-year-old lefty Scaccia said. “I’d do anything else but, like baseball, football or volleyball. I was there at the lanes all the time, and my dad was also there all the time. I think I was too close to it for a while.”

Scaccia excelled on the mound for the Blackbirds at Voorheesville and continued to sparkle at Hudson Valley CC and later Coker University.

“I would throw 88-90 miles per hour, and I touched 91 a few times,” Scaccia noted. “I always had a good curveball. When the scouts came, they told me I had a Major League curveball, but they could have been blowing smoke. I developed a slider my senior year to go along with my curveball and fastball. I was looked at by the Yankees, Mets, Nationals and the Braves.”

But Scaccia’s dreams of continuing his baseball career into the professional ranks ended when he injured the labrum in his left shoulder.

“Originally, only me and the pitching coach knew I was injured,” he recalled. “He would hide me in a corner after the injury so nobody would know. Back then, I’d throw 90 pitches in one game of a doubleheader and 50 more in the other.”

With his pitching aspirations dashed, Scaccia came back home to help his father out at Town & Country Lanes. He soon developed a new passion for the game that he once took for granted.

“When I came home after college to help my dad out at the lanes, I really hit it off well with John Drexel, who was running the pro shop back then,” Scaccia explained. “I wasn’t too avid of a bowler back then, but John got me into bigger tournaments, and he showed me how to drill bowling balls when I was 23 years old. When John passed away this year, I took over the pro shop. I really like it.”

When Scaccia competed in the USBC Nationals in Syracuse recently, his competitive juices began to flow.

“I couldn’t pitch any more, and there was a competitive void,” he said. “In Syracuse, there was a great atmosphere. They had a really tough shot, and the sport became much more interesting to me the more challenging the conditions became. I don’t mind a house shot, but my personal preference is more of a sports shot. I like the struggles and challenges. It becomes more of a chess game, where shot-making is much more important. That’s what I like.”

When he finds the time away from working at his home lanes, Scaccia likes to compete in scratch tournaments, especially the New England Bowling Association events. His most memorable accomplishments were finishing 11th in one NEBA tournament, and also finishing in the top 10 of the NEBA Masters last year.

He’s currently bowling in three leagues at his home center with a high average of 242. His career-best triple is an 835, and he’s tossed a high four-game series of 1,070. So far, he has 10 perfect games and five 800 triples under his belt, but those numbers should jump quickly now that he’s back to bowling regularly.

Along with running the pro shop called “The Lab,” Scaccia enjoys helping out the Voorheesville bowling team and giving pointers on sports conditions. He also loves to run tournaments.

“We try to come up with some different types of tournaments here at Town & Country, and I give John Drexel a lot of credit for that. He had some of the original ideas for a few different events,” Scaccia said “One thing I pride myself on is coming up with some out-of-the-box ideas. John had the original idea of running a 5-man Baker tournament, but I modified it to become a 2-man Baker tournament. We came up with a Bracket Tournament a few years ago, which has become really huge. We try to do a variety of things to bring a different kind of flare to the center. I think when you bowl three games of league competition, it can get a little boring. You’ve got to liven things up.”

FAREWELL TO DODGE

Saddened to see Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Hank Dodge died this week at age 92.

Dodge was a Scotia-Glenville High School graduate and attended Union College. He was a pinsetter at the old Scotia Lanes as a youngster. While serving in the military during World War II, he helped establish the first bowling centers in Japan.

Dodge rolled three perfect games at a time when 300s were extremely rare. He also developed a special challenge match a few years ago among star bowlers from Boulevard Bowl, Towne Bowling Academy and Sportsman’s Bowl, and I enjoyed covering it for the Daily Gazette.

Dodge, who rarely missed his league bowling night, was a lifelong New York Yankees fan and was also an avid golfer. He recorded holes-in-one both right-handed and left-handed. He will be missed.

STRIKES & SPARES

The popular 18th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament returns this season after having its finals canceled last year because of the pandemic. The Donato family will honor the 103 entries that have already qualified for the semifinals a year ago. This year’s series of qualifying events will be announced soon. The finals will be held March 21 at Towne Bowling Academy. Top prize will be $3,200.

The Empire Youth Open is back at Sportsman’s Bowl Sunday at 10 a.m. Also on the schedule for local youth bowlers will be the New York State Team Qualifier on Feb. 6-7 and Feb. 13-14 at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center will host a Valentine’s Gold tournament for the Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour Feb. 6 (1 p.m.) and Feb. 7 (10 a.m.).

Jayson Capullo rolled his first perfect game Wednesday for Guilderland in a scholastic match and finished with a 725 triple. He rolled 20 consecutive strikes at one point.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York’s next event will be its Valentine’s No-Tap Tournament Feb. 14 at 9:30 a.m. at Town & Country Lanes. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Entry fee is $35 if paid by Feb. 7 ($50 otherwise). Handicap will be 100% of 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. There will be special jackpots for 300 games. Call Jim Burton at 518-209-4748 for more information.

The Town & Country Bakers Doubles tournament continues Saturday at 3 p.m., Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Feb. 6 at 3 p.m. and Feb. 7 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Entry fee is $25 per person. Handicap is 90% of 220. Format will be a six-game sweeper. One in eight teams will cash. First place will be $800 for the top team, based on 70 teams. Call 518-456-1113 for more information.

Uncle Sam Lanes is hosting a Super Bowl Singles Tournament, with payouts for both scratch and handicap bowlers. There will be two squads each on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7. For more information, call 518-271-7800.

The New York State USBC will hold a couple of its major tournaments in the Capital Region. The NYS Open Championship for teams, doubles and singles will be held at Boulevard Bowl beginning April 23, while the NYS Masters Championship is set for East Greenbush Bowling Center beginning March 6.

The Danzy for King Trio Tournament will be held Feb. 27-28 at Town & Country Lanes TNBA membership is required. There are two squads each day (noon and 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 27 and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Feb. 28). First place will be $1,500, based on 80 entries. Entry fee per team is $105 plus an optional singles event for $10. Handicap is 90% of 230.

Sammy V’s 10th Frame Senior Tour will be hosting a Singles Eliminator Feb. 6 at Towne Bowling Academy. Entry fee is $70, and first place will be $1,000, based on 40 entries. There will be four divisions: age 49 and under, as well as the normal senior age groups, 50-59 60-69 and 70-plus. Call 315-256-7100 for reservations or more information.

Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls is hosting a Scratch Doubles Tournament Feb. 21 at 10 a.m. First place will be $2,000, based on 50 entries. There will be five games of qualifying across 10 lanes, with one team in five advancing to the one-game bracket finals. Entry fee is $180 per team. Call Tom Earl (518-763-2734) for reservations. The original squad is already full, but if there is enough interest, another squad will be offered.

Hilltop Bowl’s second annual Bob McDermott Memorial Doubles Tournament (Baker Style) will be held Feb. 6 at 1 p.m. Handicap will be 80% of a 430 team total. Entry fee is $60 per team. Call John Rosario (518-235-4128) for more information.

The 47th annual Electric City 600 Club Tournament will be held March 7 at 1 p.m. at Towne Bowling Academy. Entry forms are available at Towne Bowling Academy, Boulevard Bowl and Sportsman’s Bowl or by contacting Marianne Hogle (518-393-8906).

MAJOR BOWLING

Matt Fazzone delivered a 280 game during a 774 triple, Joe VanDerLinden hammered a 763, Don Herrington also ripped a 763 and both Jessica Aiezza and Debbie Capullo fired 686 to pace the women in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Tyler Mochrie erupted for a 300 game en route to an 826 triple, Chris Smith put together a pair of 279 games in a 779 triple and both Zach Gravell and Chris Fawcett rolled a perfect game in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Mark Derenzo rolled a 267 game and a 953 four-game series to edge Ken Wilkins (280-951) and Mark Hansen (267-951) by two pins for the top spot in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

In the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league at Towne Bowling Academy Wednesday night, Don Herrington produced a 300 game en route to a 1,044 four-game series, Steve Wagoner shot a 269-1,023 while subbing, VanDerLinden also tossed a perfect game during his 1,001 set, John Askew banged out a 278-975 and Liz Kuhlkin fired a 290-949 to pace the women.

Billy McGaffin recorded games of 278 and 279 on the way to a 1,002 four-game series in the Amsterdam Men’s City League Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes. Tim Grant was the runner-up with a 248-946.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 7-2, Towne Bowling Academy 7-2, Vito Sindoni & Son 7-2, 20 North 7-2, KKV Recovery 6-3, J&F Lawn Care 5-4, Team 4 5-4, Action Bowling Supply 5-4, Downs Roofing 4-5, Rollarama 4-5, TSS Printing & Awards 3-6, Syron’s Meat Market 3-6, D&D Lawncare 0-9, Home Tech Electric 0-9.

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Match summaries

D&D Lawncare (0)

Bill Nolan 196-243-196 — 635, Tom Rogers 191-194-173 — 558, Bill Judge 233-227-210 — 670, Patti Tenyenhuis 183-201-232 — 616. Totals: 803-865-811 — 2,479.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 260-246-212 — 718, Tom DiBell 216-209-210 — 635, Marty Capullo Jr. 225-278-188 — 691, Debbie Capullo 209-233-244 — 686. Totals: 910-966-854 — 2,730.

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DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 257-216-213 — 686, Mark Kuhlkin 234-225-245 — 704, Scott Rogers 267-230-245 — 742, Liz Kuhlkin 239-256-189 — 684. Totals: 997-927-892 — 2,816.

Home Tech Electric (0)

Jenn Schissler 205-196-210—611, Cheyanne McPhail 199-197-213 — 609, Lindsey McPhail 211-211-200 — 622, Gabe Criscuolo 201-185-187 — 573. Totals: 816-789-810 — 2,415.

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20 North (2)

Tommy Donato 246-174-193 — 613, Kenny Livengood 208-242-220 — 670, Joel Donato 279-231-191 — 701, Chris Radliff 227-226-258 — 711. Totals: 960-873-862 — 2,695.

J&F Lawn Care (1)

Jason Brown 279-259-208 — 746, R.J. Martinez 225-200-205 — 630, Nick Strivcos 214-243-238 — 695, Steve Hallenbeck 224-219-163 — 606. Totals: 942-921-814 — 2,677.

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Syron’s Meat Market (1)

Ken Wilkins 201-277-194 — 672, Brandon Wolf 185-198-202 — 585, Don Herrington 259-246-258 — 763, Ken LaBelle Jr. 240-226-267 — 733. Totals: 885-947-921 — 2,753.

Downs Roofing (2)

P.J. Derenzo 232-258-201 — 691, Nick Barnes 258-214-183 — 655, Ryan Karabin 235-257-266 — 758, Billy Wigand 202-240-237 — 679. Totals: 927-969-887 — 2,783.

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Action Bowling Supply (2)

Matt Kallner 239-279-195 — 713, Bob Messick 245-224-256 — 725, Natasha Bidwell 190-244-169 — 603, Matt Fazzone 258-280-236 — 774. Totals: 932-1,027-856 — 2,815.

Team 4 (1)

Cassius Boyd 236-220-218 — 674, Doug Provost 211-217-258 — 686, Charlie Provost 195-179-255 — 629, Kris Impellizzeri 227-225-168 — 620. Totals: 869-841-899 — 2,609.

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Vito Sindoni & Son (2)

Scott Chastenay 278-211-242 — 731, Mike DiCerbo 223-194-258 — 675, Rich Strath 231-218-183 — 632, Joe VanDerLinden 238-268-257—763. Totals: 970-891-940 — 2,801.

TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Dwayne Coonradt 203-257-226 — 686, Paul Dumas 173-248-204 — 625, Rick Speckhardt 201-191-224 — 616, Steve Wagoner 235-235-268 — 738. Totals: 812-931-922 — 2,665.

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Rollarama (1)

Scott Zalud 234-214-191 — 639, Keith Lawyer 165-204-218 — 587, John Askew 193-269-225 — 687, Ron Paradiso 244-227-255 — 726. Totals: 836-914-889 — 2,639.

KKV Recovery (2)

Nick DiCerbo 205-268-258 — 731, Jackie Malone 247-164-269 — 680, Bob Evans 268-190-188 — 646, Vinny Struffolino 214-194-187 — 595. Totals: 934-816-902 — 2,652.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 7-1, Universal Auto Parts 6-2, Bob’s Pro Shop 6-2, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 5-3, Metroland Photo 5-3, Mike’s Hot Dogs 5-3, Next Level Detailing 4-4, G & Dz Pizza 4-4, The Appliance Specialist 3-5, Café One-Eleven 2-6, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 1-7, IDID 0-8.

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Match summaries

Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 276-207-216 — 699, Bill Heaphy III 244-257-212 — 713, Chris Smith 279-279-221 — 779, Chris Fedden 238-262-182 — 682. Totals: 1,037-1,005-831 — 2,873.

G & Dz Pizza (1)

Ernest LaDuke Jr. 162-168-213 — 543, Rich Ellis 219-228-279 — 726, Jason Deitz 139-187-168 — 494, Mike Piotrowski 221-234-213 — 668. Totals: 741-817-873 — 2,431.

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IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 213-246-207 — 666, Joe Gordon 171-188-177 — 536, A.J. Perone 209-209-209 — 627, Jim Valentino 180-193-223 — 596. Totals: 773-836-816 — 2,425.

Metroland Photo (4)

Lee Quivey 256-200-213 — 669, Steve Renzi 227-256-206 — 689, Mike Gallitelli 207-213-180 — 600, B.J. Smith Jr. 255-249-225 — 729. Totals: 945-918-824 — 2,687.

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Next Level Detailing (3)

Mike Guidarelli 197-247-204 — 648, Tom Siatkowski 258-258-233 — 749, Jim Bassotti 234-193-190 — 617, Matt Swiatocha 175-268-225 — 668. Totals: 864-966-852 — 2,682.

Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 247-241-187 — 675, Joe Venduro IV 167-213-180 — 560, Cory Buckley 188-227-191 — 606, Tyler Mochrie 259-300-267 — 826. Totals: 861-981-825 — 2,667.

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The Appliance Specialist (3)

Melissa Bogholtz 203-235-227 — 665, Steve Fawcett 154-194-246 — 594, Zach Gravell 197-300-203 — 700, Chris Fawcett 300-246-192 — 738. Totals: 854-975-868 — 2,697.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 172-160-159 — 491, Tammy Sader 252-199-214 — 665, Rich Rogaski 188-201-201 — 590, Kevin Palmer 247-195-198 — 640. Totals: 859-755-772 — 2,386.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Bob Mock 223-265-255 — 743, Ted Klonowski Jr. 145-160-193 — 498 Jackielynn Noble 163-191-157 — 511, Jim Petronis 220-245-202 — 667. Totals: 751-861-807 — 2,419.

Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 214-260-275 — 749, Dave Bingham (absent) 219-219-219 — 657, John Musto Jr. 236-258-201 — 695, Jamie Diamond 187-201-205 — 593. Totals: 856-938-900 — 2694.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

B.J. Rucinski 237-194-256 — 687, Earl Lawrence Jr. 218-246-248 — 712, Bob Tedesco Jr. 212-227-206 — 645, Mike Smith 224-204-185 — 613. Totals: 891-871-895 — 2,657.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (1)

John Leone 227-229-203 — 659, Bill Carl 225-258-179 — 662, Kalynn Carl 191-204-171 — 566, Justin Carl 215-227-205 — 647. Totals: 858-918-758 — 2,534.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 33-17, Downs Roofing 32-18, Masons Automotive 31.5-18.5, Kalpro 22-28, Boulevard Bowl 20-30, D.A. Parisi & Co. 11.5-38.5.

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Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (1)

P.J. Derenzo 237-183-187-206 — 813, Mark Derenzo 226-227-267-233 — 953, Bob Tuttle 202-182-203-223 — 810. Totals: 665-592-657-662 — 2,576.

Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 212-257-215-267 — 951, Robin Fredenburgh 226-244-228-214 — 912, B.J. Smith Jr. 207-208-230-201 — 846. Totals: 645-709-673-682 — 2,709.

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Downs Roofing (5)

Zach Strachan 246-197-190-203 — 836, Tony Bianchi 226-226-155-200 — 807, Ryan Karabin 206-237-258-226 — 927. Totals: 678-660-603-629 — 2,570.

Boulevard Bowl (0)

Mike Scaccia 222-248-200-201 — 871, Brian Hart 228-201-204-182 — 815, Jay Lott 201-204-186-244 — 815. Totals: 651-653-590-627 — 2,521.

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Kalpro (4)

Keith Lawyer 214-169-238-280 — 901, Kyle Wilkins 248-191-236-220 — 895 Joe Carusone 214-258-237-215 — 924. Totals: 676-618-711-715 — 2,720.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 192-215-216-216 — 839, Jeff Williams 235-186-224-192 — 837, Ken Wilkins 214-254-203-280 — 951. Totals: 641-655-643-688 — 2,627.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Towne Bowling Academy 63.5-16.5, Sindoni Sausage 56-24, Team 11 52-28, Loyal Nutrition 51-29, Next Level Detailing 47-33, Rogers MotorSports 46-34, Pete’s Auto 45-35, CDMVS 42-38, TSS Printing & Awards 42-38, A Touch of Country Florist 40-40, Team Criscuolo 38-42, Boulevard Bowl 36.5-43.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 36-44, Never Enough Performance 34.5-45.5, EARRRRL’S 34-46, Revolutions Pro Shop 31-49, Team 9 30-50, A-Plus Heating 27.5-52.5, J & U 27-53, 15 Church 21-59.

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Match summaries

Never Enough Performance (8)

Kate Clark 236-235-190-238 — 869, Jamie Duncan 168-221-224-164 — 777. Totals: 442-494-452-410 — 1,798.

Pete’s Auto (12)

Jenn Schissler 217-266-169-186 — 838, Lee Aiezza 200-204-224-237 — 865. Totals: 450-503-426-456 — 1,835.

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Team Criscuolo (13)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 190-157-243-189 — 779. Gabe Criscuolo 246-223-184-195 — 848. Totals: 513-457-504-461 — 1,935.

CDMVS (7)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 205-214-203-204 — 826, John Askew 207-265-278-225 — 975. Totals: 432-499-501-449 — 1,881.

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A Touch of Country Florist (10)

Janelle Irwin 246-189-217-205 — 857, Steve Irwin 236-214-202-179 — 831. Totals: 524-445-461-426 — 1,856.

15 Church (10)

Aliyah Liberatore 211-222-196-166 — 795, Ben Empie 206-223-188-196 — 813. Totals: 483-511-450-428 — 1,872.

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Sindoni Sausage (16)

Liz Kuhlkin 228-290-207-224 — 949, Joe VanDerLinden 300-259-206-236 — 1,001. Totals: 530-551-415-462 — 1,958.

A-Plus Heating (4)

Michelle Largeteau 122-113-136-116 — 487, Tony Pasquerella 191-191-212-190 — 784. Totals: 427-418-462-420 — 1,727.

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EARRRRL’S (7)

Renee Earl 173-186-186-152 — 697, Jeff Kallner 247-257-207-233 — 944. Totals: 458-481-431-423 — 1,793.

TSS Printing & Awards (13)

Jackie Malone 190-235-197-201 — 823, Paul Dumas 226-213-238-210 — 887. Totals: 453-485-472-448 — 1858.

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Boulevard Bowl (10.5)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 187-191-280-225 — 883, Lee Quivey 248-183-197-200 — 828. Totals: 481-420-523-471 — 1,895.

Towne Bowling Academy (9.5)

Debbie Capullo 203-234-187-227 — 851, Marty Capullo Jr. 220-221-254-246 — 941. Totals: 439-471-457-489 — 1,856.

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Team 11 (7)

Kris Impellizzeri 226-236-161-201 — 824, Scott Rogers 268-202-236-228 — 934. Totals: 512-456-415-447 — 1,830.

Loyal Nutrition (13)

Amber Dominic 227-202-226-215 — 870, Vinny Struffolino 185-213-202-202 — 802. Totals: 456-459-472-461 — 1,848.

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J & U (4)

Ursula Pasquerella 182-195-210-211 — 798, Joe Venduro 265-2243-216-215 — 920. Totals: 489-461-468-468 — 1,886.

Rogers MotorSports (16)

Kelly Chrzanowski 225-227-201-223 — 876, Tom Rogers 183-248-258-279 — 968. Totals: 442-509-493-536 — 1,980.

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Next Level Detailing (9)

Kim Swiatocha 247-173-266-214 — 900, Matt Swiatocha 265-196-236-248 — 945. Totals: 531-388-521-481 — 1,921.

Team 9 (11)

Kaitlyn Barnes 204-204-243-214 — 865, Nick Barnes 231-213-279-229 — 952. Totals: 466-448-553-474 — 1,941.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (12)

Erika Poje 171-259-257-254 — 941, Steve Wagoner 269-268-244-242 — 1,023. Totals: 468-555-529-524 — 2,076.

Revolutions Pro Shop (8)

Lindsey McPhail 277-225-237-202 — 941, Don Herrington 267-248-300-229 — 1,044. Totals: 559-488-552-446 — 2,045.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Excellent Autos 113-67, JLD 108-72, RJ Sheetmetal 104-76, Imperial Lane 101-79, SKyview Lounge 97-83, Team Bryk 96-84, Team Mason 85-95, Team Schultz 7 7-103, Team Majewski 58-122, Liberatore Electric 43-137.

Leaderboard

Billy McGaffin 279-1,002, Tim Grant 248-946, Dave Pangburn 263-930, Mike Miseno 298-928, Bill Mason Jr. 267-910, Justin Lansing 234-904, George Martin 279-891, Bob Minery 256-887, Mark Majewski 232-883, Jeremy McGaffin 221-877.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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