In the Pocket: Neumann pulls off surprise victory

Photo providedMike Neumann is a serious student of the game with a strong bowling family background. He won one of the area’s top tournaments last weekend at Towne Bowling Academy.
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Mike Neumann is a serious student of the game with a strong bowling family background. He won one of the area’s top tournaments last weekend at Towne Bowling Academy.

He’s a career educator and a serious student of the game, but with the exception of an occasional tournament, former Schenectady resident Mike Neumann only bowls once a week these days. That’s why it surprised the 37-year-old assistant principal at Goff Middle School that he pulled out a major victory in last weekend’s extremely competitive Sammy V’s 10th Frame Eliminator Tournament at Towne Bowling Academy.

Neumann, a member of one of the Capital Region’s most successful kegling families, defeated veteran regional standout Brian Boghosian 265-192 in the finals to earn a check for $1,000. The tournament was conducted on a tricky 39-foot oil pattern, and it included an outstanding field of 70 bowlers, divided into three age groups: under-50, 50-59, and 60-and-over. After four games of qualifying, the top bowlers in each division advanced into the eliminator matches until there were only two bowlers remaining — one under 50 (Neumann) and the other over 50.

“I definitely was surprised that I won,” Neumann said. “I do enjoy tougher formats, but if you asked me what my chances of winning were, I probably would have told you not very high. That’s the best I’ve thrown the ball in a long time. I got some good breaks along the way.”

Neumann used to bowl several times a week. But during the pandemic, several family members and many of his bowling buddies decided to sit this season out. So he decided to keep his game in shape by competing in the weekly Capital District Challenge League, run by Eric Morrett at East Greenbush Bowling Center. The CDCL is more of a weekly mini-tournament than a true league. There are no weekly dues, and the bowlers can show up when they want to. A different oil pattern is chosen each week, and all the conditions are much tougher than the average “house shot.”

“All I’ve been bowling in this year is that Tuesday CDCL thing. You can pick who you want to bowl with and when you want to bowl,” Neumann said. “Eric does a great job with that league. It has really sharpened my game. I used to bowl a couple of times a week, including Friday nights with my dad and my sister. I was averaging 235. But both that league and the other league I was bowling in lost a lot of people, so we don’t bowl in them anymore. It’s definitely hard only bowling once a week, but I do practice occasionally with dad. We work a lot on shooting spares.”

Neumann’s father is Bill Neumann, a regional pro and former teacher at Columbia High School who still coaches the Blue Devils’ bowling teams and is the Section II co-coordinator.

“My dad is the one who originally taught me how to bowl,” Neumann said. “I did learn the game from him, but there comes a point when most of us stop listening to our dad. Then, I took some lessons from Kenny Hall, and currently I work with Brian LeClair, who also drills all of my balls. But my dad has always been my best coach. We bowled together on the same pair during the tournament, and he was constantly reminding me to stay down at the line. He really knows my game.”

Besides his father, Neumann’s wife also bowls, his mother and so does his brother (former SUNY Schenectady standout Tim Neumann) and his sister (Suzie Morine), who are also solid bowlers in their own right. Both of his uncles bowled, as well.

“We all love bowling in my family,” he said.

Neumann, a graduate of Columbia High School and SUNY Brockport, was a math teacher before becoming the assistant principal at Goff Middle School six years ago. Most area bowling fans know a lot about his father, but the Colonie resident has an excellent resume of his own. He’s collected 32 perfect games and 21 800 triples. Neumann once averaged as high as 238 in league competition and has a high triple of 837 when he posted a 279 triplicate at Del Lanes.

He won several Huck Finn/Northeast Bowling Proprietors of New York “Capital Region Bowling Show” titles, including the 2010 Jack Scaccia Memorial, the biggest event on that tour. Neumann also fared well in numerous Bud Bowl tournaments.

Always a power player, he still regularly keeps his speed around 17 MPH while throwing a big hook.

“I’m not as fast as I used to be, but if I can keep it just under 17 mph I get a good ball reaction,” he said. “I try to keep an eye on my speed, but my main focus is getting the ball down early and rolling it better. Both my dad and Brian LeClair have been working on that with me.”

Neumann plans on competing in several other tournaments in the next few months, including the Donato Scratch Singles and the upcoming Scratch Doubles event at Kingpin Alley’s Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls (he’s on the waiting list with Sam Beardsley). With his win last weekend, he earned a spot in another Sammy V’s 10th Frame Tour event in Newburgh. He also wants to bowl in the NYS Masters.

Most of those events have challenging conditions like he endured last weekend.

“I think my experience helped me,” Neumann said. “You can’t bowl on a shot like that without having done something like that before. The keys are my experience and having good enough timing to match up with the lanes. I bowled well over the weekend, and everything clicked.”

SCHENECTADY USBC NOTES

The Schenectady USBC has announced the dates and times for its two major tournaments this season.

The Schenectady USBC Open Championship, or the annual City Tournament, will be held over two weekends at Sportsman’s Bowl. The first weekend dates will be Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 27 at 2:30 p.m. and Feb. 28 at noon and 3 p.m. The second weekend will be March 12 at 6:30 p.m., March 13 at 2:30 p.m. and March 14 at 2 p.m. Entry fee will be $25 for the three-person team event, plus $10 for optional handicap singles or scratch singles, as well as for scratch team. The tournament is open to all bowlers, but those bowlers sanctioned in other associations must pay the $7 transfer fee. Handicap will be 90% of 240. For more information, contact association manager Lloyd Denny (518-355-5632).

The Schenectady USBC Women’s Singles Championship will be held April 17 and April 18 at 2 p.m. each day at Towne Bowling Academy. Entry fee will be $25, and handicap will be 90% of 240. For more information, contact tournament director Jackie Oliveira (518-370-1006) or association president Bill Nolan (518-370-0614).

Schenectady USBC president Bill Nolan also announced that as of now the association’s annual meeting will be held March 21 virtually. More details to come.

STRIKES & SPARES

Town & Country’s Lab Baker Doubles tournament was a huge success, drawing large squads over the last few weeks. Justin Carl and Chamar Goodwin topped the elite field with a 1,495 six-game score, and they split $800. Rounding out the top three tandems were Erica Bollock with Art Van Buren (1,479), and Darrell Coonrad with Del Picard (1,461).

Talented two-hander Zack Bogholtz recorded his fourth Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour crown with a 1,395 six-game block at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls. Parker Brown was second in the 38-player field.

Darrell Coonrad did double duty at the Super Bowl Sunday Sweeper at Uncle Sam Lanes. He not only ran the tournament brackets and jackpots, but he also triumphed over the 32-player field with a 1,019 four-game series to earn $500. George Gorman III was second and cashed for $250 in the handicap event.

At Hilltop Bowl’s Bob McDermott Doubles, Clay Reiniger Jr. teamed up with Rick Mochrie Jr. to beat defending champions Kate Gardner and Del Picard 474-469 in the championship game to earn $500.

Columbia High School set what is believed to be a school and Section II record for a six-game team when the Blue Devils shot a 4,318 in a virtual match against Niskayuna. Columbia rolled its score at East Greenbush Bowling Center. The top five Blue Devils all shot 700s. Zack Bogholtz shot 773, followed by Mason McDowell (760), Ryan Lemay (752), Thomas Stein (745) and Tyler Bogholtz (701). The Suburban Council Tournament will be held Friday in another virtual setting. There won’t be any sectionals or state tournament in bowling this season. By the way, Bogholtz had quite a week as he also recorded his 17th perfect game in another scholastic match.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York’s next event will be its Valentine’s No-Tap Tournament Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at Town & Country Lanes. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Entry fee is $50. 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 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.

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 on Feb. 20 at 4 p.m.

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 (518-393-8907).

Sportsman’s Bowl is hosting its annual Tavern Tournament March 21 and March 28 at 1 p.m. each day. The format will be five-person teams (men’s, women’s or mixed) and only one team will bowl on each pair of lanes. Handicap is 100% of 220. Entry fee is $125 per team. First place will be $550 guaranteed, based on 28 teams. One in six teams will cash. For more information or to reserve your spot call 518-355-4330.

Hilltop Bowl is offering a King of the Hill Tournament Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. Top prize will be $800, based on 60 entries. Entry fee is $45. There will be a four-game scratch qualifier, with the top 16 bowlers advancing to match play. Call John Rosario (518-912-6179) for reservations.

The popular Blizzard Bowl is back for its 26th edition every Sunday in March and on April 11 at Boulevard Bowl. All squads begin at 11:45 a.m. Entry fee is $100 per player ($25 per bowler). Contact Boulevard Bowl (518-374-4171) for more information.

Hilltop Bowl is hosting its 43rd annual Capital District Volunteer Firemen’s Invitational Team Bowling Tournament on the weekends of March 19-21 and March 26-28. Entry fee is $100 per five-person team. Handicap will be 80% of the difference between the team’s entering average and 1,150. Call 518-235-4148 for more information.

Zachary Gravell is shooting the lights out recently. He’s rolled one 299 game and four perfect games this season. Two of his 300s came at Sportsman’s Bowl, and the other two were rolled at Boulevard Bowl. He’s collected three perfect games since Jan. 1 and now has 10 career 300s.

Junior standout Aiden Deitz rolled his third career perfect game this week at Sportsman’s Bowl.

MAJOR BOWLING

League average leader Steve Wagoner tossed a perfect game en route to a 791 triple, Don Herrington fired a 786 and Jason Brown delivered a 776, while Debbie Capullo shot a 713 and Liz Kuhlkin produced a 711 to pace the women in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Bill Heaphy ripped a 300 game and a 791 triple, Joe DiBiase slammed a 259-752 and Chris Smith pounded a 277-750 to lead the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Ryan Karabin blasted a 268-986, and Brian Hart shot a 256-960 Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

A.J. Bryk tossed a 279 game during a 1,003 four-game series, Mike Bellinger produced a 265-986 and Larry Banta drilled a 259-976 in the Amsterdam Men’s City League Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.

League average leader Tom Earl slammed games of 279, 278 and 299 en route to a 856 triple and an 1,100 four-game series, sub Anthony Scaccia fired a 288-1,049, John Askew pounded two 279 games during a 1,012 and Kuhlkin collected a 259-991 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 12-3, 20 North 11-4, J&F Lawn Care 10-5, Vito Sindoni & Son 10-5, Team 4 10-5, Towne Bowling Academy 9-6, Downs Roofing 9-6, TSS Printing & Awards 8-7, KKV Recovery 7-8, Rollarama 6-9, Action Bowling Supply 6-9, Syron’s Meat Market 3-12, D&D Lawncare 2-13, Home Tech Electronics 2-13.

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Match summaries

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 211-279-217 — 707, Jordan Byrnes 221-223-234 — 678, Kenny Livengood 212-206-258 — 676, Joel Donato 234-234-226 — 694. Totals: 878-942-935 — 2,755.

Team 4 (2)

Cassius Boyd 249-278-214 — 741, Brant Insero 247-258-224 — 729, Charlie Provost 177-178-167 — 522, Marc Fowler 244-236-177 — 657. Totals: 917-950-782 — 2,649.

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J&F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 238-258-280 — 776, R.J. Martinez 237-243-236 — 716, Nick Stricos 245-229-246 — 720, Steve Hallenbeck 268-215-247 — 730. Totals: 988-945-1,009 — 2,942.

Syron’s Meat Market (0)

Ken Wilkins 192-257-213 — 662, Brandon Wolf 255-214-192 — 661, Don Herrington 279-248-259 — 786, Ken LaBelle Jr. 170-203-186 — 559. Totals: 896-922-850 — 2,668.

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Vito Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 249-258-207 — 714, Mike DiCerbo 213-198-218 — 629, Rich Strath 189-176-248 — 613, Joe VanDerLinden 239-257-236 — 732. Totals: 890-889-909 — 2,688.

Action Bowling Supply (0)

Rit Fazzone 142-176-169 — 487, Bob Messick 178-178-245 — 601, Natasha Bidwell 215-212-225 — 652, Matt Fazzone 205-246-236 — 687. Totals: 740-812-875 — 2,427.

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Home Tech Electronics (0)

Jenn Schissler 244-201-167 — 612, Chuck Schissler 189-202-220 — 611, Ronnie Zadrozny 190-190-190 — 570, Gabe Criscuolo 181-260-185 — 626. Totals: 804-853-762 — 2,419.

TSS Printing & Awards (3)

Dwayne Coonradt 245-197-225 — 667, Paul Dumas 223-258-223 — 704, Rick Speckhardt 212-193-188 — 593, Steve Wagoner 300-237-254 — 791. Totals: 980-885-890 — 2,755.

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KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 169-185-167 — 521, Jackie Malone 202-168-235 — 605, Bob Evans 236-203-210 — 649, Vinny Struffolino 162-177-246 — 585. Totals: 769-733-858 — 2,360.

D&D Lawncare (2)

Lindsey McPhail 225-258-216 — 699, Bill Nolan 179-206-242 — 627, Bill Judge 234-244-177 — 655, Patti Tenyenhuis 194-244-203 — 641. Totals: 832-952-838 — 2,622.

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Rollarama (1)

Scott Zalud 228-173-202 — 603, Keith Lawyer 214-201-192 — 607, Dan Rotter 225-188-206 — 619, Craig Taylor 245-213-261 — 719. Totals: 912-775-861 — 2,548.

Downs Roofing (2)

P.J. Derenzo 180-188-237 — 605, Nick Barnes 178-246-228 — 652, Ryan Karabin 257-222-224 — 703, Billy Wigand 257-223-248 — 728. Totals: 872-879-937 — 2,688.

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Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Tom Earl 245-227-247 — 719 Tom DiBell 267-228-228 — 723, Marty Capullo Jr. 199-235-289 — 723, Debbie Capullo 228-260-225 — 713. Totals: 939-950-989 — 2,878.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 235-249-198 — 682, Mark Kuhlkin 254-299-211 — 764, Scott Rogers 223-191-248 — 662, Liz Kuhlkin 248-279-184 — 711. Totals: 960-1,018-841 — 2,819.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 10-2, Bob’s Pro Shop 10-2, Metroland Photo 8-4, Universal Auto Parts 7-5, Next Level Detailing 7-5, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 6-6, Mike’s Hot Dogs 5-7, Café One-Eleven 5-7, G & Dz Pizza 5-7, The Appliance Specialist 4-8, IDID 3-9, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 2-10.

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Match summaries

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 205-204-222 — 631, Steve Renzi 232-189-258 — 679, Cliff Ruth 249-197-205 — 651, Mike Gallitelli 259-199-213 — 671. Totals: 945-789-898 — 2,632.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (1)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 212-212-212 — 636, Bob Mock 239-219-227 — 685, Ted Klonowski Jr. 202-170-169 — 541, Jim Petronis 171-237-199 — 607. Totals: 824-838-807 — 2,469.

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Universal Auto Parts (1)

Andy Smith 199-226-237 — 662, Bill Heaphy III 268-300-223 — 791, Chris Smith 277-227-246 — 750, Chris Fedden 193-190-219 — 602. Totals: 937-943-925 — 2,805.

Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 247-237-249 — 733, Dave Bingham 181-247-267 — 695, John Musto Jr. 245-216-268 — 729, Jamie Diamond 258-214-245 — 747. Totals: 931-944-1,029 — 2,904.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (4)

Kristine Impellizzeri 216-257-247 — 720, Earl Lawrence Jr. 279-202-203 — 684, Bob Tedesco Jr. 194-206-216 — 616, Mike Smith 208-246-212 — 666. Totals: 897-911-878 — 2,686.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (0)

Doug Semerad 212-242-224 — 679, Tammy Sader 253-189-170 — 612, Rich Rogaski 205-205-227 — 637, Kevin Palmer 187-191-234 — 612. Totals: 857-828-855 — 2,540.

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Café One-Eleven (3)

Joe DiBiase 239-254-259 — 752, Mike Voss 279-212-198 — 689, Cory Buckley 223-183-202 — 608, Tyler Mochrie 192-248-213 — 653. Totals: 933-897-872 — 2,702.

Rolliln’ Smoke BBQ (1)

John Leone 202-185-218 — 605, Bill Carl 206-217-248 — 671, Kalynn Carl 203-195-200 — 598, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 844-830-899 — 2,573.

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G & Dz Pizza (1)

Gary Neumann 227-205-202 — 634, Ernest Laduke Jr. 176-159-200 — 535, Rich Ellis 224-196-234 — 654, Mike Piotrowski 220-192-167 — 579. Totals: 847-752-803 — 2,402.

IDID (3)

Tony Fernandez 193-267-174 — 634, Joe Gordon 192-173-215 — 580, Jim Valentino 205-201-222 — 628, A.J. Perone 252-159-203 — 614. Totals: 842-800-814 — 2,456.

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The Appliance Specialist (1)

Melissa Bogholtz 234-169-188 — 591, Steve Fawcett 229-222-170 — 621, Zach Gravell 208-235-247 — 690, Chris Fawcett 258-221-225 — 704. Totals: 929-847-830 — 2,606.

Next Level Detailing (3)

Mike Guidarelli 182-236-234 — 652, Tom Siatkowski 232-235-243 — 710, Jim Bassotti 279-181-159 — 619, Matt Swiatocha 228-243-227 — 698. Totals: 921-895-863 — 2,679.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 8-2 Kalpro 8-2, Downs Roofing 6-4, Masons Automotive 4-6, Boulevard Bowl 3-7, D.A. Parisi & Co. 1-9.

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Match summaries

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

Lee Quivey 190-206-214-197 — 807, Zach Mecca 190-204-149-205 — 748, Ken Wilkins 224-197-235-202 — 858. Totals: 604-607-598-604 — 2,413.

Kalpro (5)

Keith Lawyer 238-184-215-190 — 827, Kyle Wilkins 191-191-212-224 — 818, Joe Carusone 193-234-247-203 — 877. Totals: 622-609-674-617 — 2,522.

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Masons Automotive (1)

Mark Hansen 180-237-215-206 — 838, Robin Fredenburgh 193-227-233-237 — 890, Mike Liberatore 204-225-201-197 — 827. Totals: 577-689-649-640 — 2,555.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 215-212-225-225 — 877, Mark Derenzo 237-210-227-256 — 930, Austin Zullo 255-184-233-210 — 882. Totals: 707-606-685-691 — 2,689.

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Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 235-203-166-222 — 826, Brian Hart 247-2445-212-256 — 960, Cory Bennett 190-190-234-290 — 904. Totals: 672-638-612-768 — 2,690.

Downs Roofing (4)

Zach Strachan 224-276-224-182 — 906, Tony Bianchi 217-225-204-268 — 914, Ryan Karabin 238-268-267-213 — 986. Totals: 679-769-695-663 — 2,806.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Excellent Autos 127-71, JLD 117-81, SKyview Lounge 115-83, RJ Sheetmetal 113-85, Team Bryk 110-88, Imperial Lanes 105-93, Team Mason 94-104, Team Schultz 84-114, Team Majewski 62-136, Liberatore Electronics 45-153.

Leaderboard

A.J. Bryk 279-1,003, Mike Bellinger 265-986, Larry Banta 259-976, Tim Grant 246-928, Dave Pangburn 278-922, George Martin 267-902, Chris Kelly 256-902, Dan Bryk 255-883, Nick Natoli 233-873, Tim Burda 230-861, Bob Minery 244-852.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 85-35, TSS Printing & Awards 77-43, Sindoni Sausage 74-46, Towne Bowling Academy 72.5-47.5, Broadway Lunch 68-52, CDMVS 67-53, Loyal Nutrition 67-53, Pete’s Auto 67-53, Sportsman’s Bowl 66-54, Next Level Detailing 64-56, Revolutions Pro Shop 57-63, A Touch of Country Florist 56-64, Never Enough Performance 55.5-64.5, Rogers MotorSports 55-65, Team 9 53.5-66.5, Team Criscuolo 49.5-70.5, Boulevard Bowl 46.5-73.5, J & U 43-77, 15 Church 43-77, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 33.5-86.5.

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Match summaries

Never Enough Performance (9)

Kate Clark 224-194-201-194 — 813, Jamie Duncan 248-188-208-182 — 823. Totals: 508-421-448-415 — 1,792.

Revolutions Pro Shop (11)

Lindsey McPhail 224-229-190-256 — 899, Don Herrington 203-224-189-235 — 851. Totals: 439-465-391-503 — 1,798.

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A Touch of Country Florist (13)

Janelle Irwin 179-194-217-204 — 794, Anthony Scaccia 248-288-278-235 — 1,049. Totals: 447-502-515-459 — 1,923.

Boulevard Bowl (7)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 186-170-227-278 — 861, Cliff Ruth 213-226-196-234 — 869. Totals: 431-428-458-544 — 1,858.

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Team 9 (15)

Kaitlyn Barnes 246-232-210-202 — 890, Nick Barnes 192-186-236-235 — 849. Totals: 469-449-477-468 — 1,863.

15 Church (5)

Aliyah Liberatore 171-180-222-211 — 784, Ben Empie 167-191-210-158 — 726. Totals: 403-436-497-434 — 1,770.

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J & U (14)

Ursula Pasquerella 177-205-174-180 — 736, Joe Venduro 175-277-192-182 — 826. Totals: 396-526-410-406 — 1,738.

A-Plus Heating & Cooling (6)

Michelle Largeteau 96-96-112-143 — 447, Tony Pasquerella 192-195-143-153 — 683. Totals: 403-406-370-411 — 1,590.

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Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Debbie Capullo 238-228-214-218 — 898, Ryan Gahan 200-220-213-200 — 833. Totals: 458-468-447-438 — 1,811.

Team 11 (19)

Kris Impellizzeri 233-225-219-205 — 882, Scott Rogers 258-234-227-237 — 956. Totals: 509-477-464-460 — 1,910.

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TSS Printing & Awards (15)

Jessica Aiezza 257-200-233-177 — 867, Paul Dumas 279-258-224-219 — 980. Totals: 557-479-478-417 — 1,931.

Loyal Nutrition (5)

Amber Dominic 193-192-172-258 — 815, Vinny Struffolino 237-191-177-173 — 778. Totals: 474-427-393-475 — 1,769.

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Sindoni Sausage (13)

Liz Kuhlkin 247-259-236-249 — 991, Joe VanDerLinden 234-210-226-258 — 928. Totals: 482-470-463-508 — 1,923.

Pete’s Auto (7)

Jenn Schissler 170-239-239-224 — 872, Chuckie Schissler 193-211-204-206 — 814. Totals: 410-497-490-477 — 1,874.

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Next Level Detailing (8)

Kim Swiatocha 191-172-203-183 — 749, Matt Swiatocha 235-196-228-220 — 879. Totals: 444-386-449-421 — 1,700.

Sportsman’s Bowl (12)

Erika Poje 206-226-268-169 — 869, Nick DiCerbo 186-203-236-166 — 791. Totals: 437-474-549-380 — 1,840.

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Rogers MotorSports (3)

Kelly Chrzanowski 192-235-233-195 — 855, Tom Rogers 226-168-194-236 — 824. Totals: 452-437-461-465 — 1,815.

Broadway Lunch (17)

Renee Earl 164-225-204-207 — 800, Tom Earl 279-278-299-244 — 1,100. Totals: 477-537-537-485 — 2,036.

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Team Criscuolo (0)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 191-142-160-160 — 653, Gabe Criscuolo 183-231-175-144 — 733. Totals: 449-448-410-379 — 1,686.

CDMVS (20)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 248-203-258-202 — 911, John Askew 226-279-228-279 — 1,012. Totals: 494-502-506-501 — 2,003.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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