In the Pocket: Electrician Taylor brings power to his game

Photo ProvidedCraig Taylor of Rotterdam continues to be among Capital Region’s top bowlers — especially in tournament conditions.
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Craig Taylor of Rotterdam continues to be among Capital Region’s top bowlers — especially in tournament conditions.

Longtime area electrician Craig Taylor knows all about restoring power to modern appliances and homes. He’s also pretty good at delivering energy to his bowling balls toward the pins — especially on tougher conditions.

Recent family obligations and injuries kept the 45-year-old Rotterdam resident from competing in as many tournaments as he used to, but he’s back in tournament mode this season. The Colonie High School and SUNY Schenectady graduate showed his form last weekend, when he and Steve Wagoner finished second in the extremely competitive Scratch Doubles tournament at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls. Taylor and Wagoner finished second to back-to-back champions Phil Drumm and Ryan Galli, losing 497-410 in the championship match. They split $1,150, while Drumm and Galli shared $2,300. Seventy-three of the best scratch tandems in the region were in the field.

“It absolutely feels good to get back into the tournament mode. I haven’t bowled in as many tournaments since the Huck Finn days,” said Taylor, known as “Chief” to his bowling buddies. “I have bowled in the Donato tournament every year, and Marty’s Team Tournament. I’ve done well a bunch of times in both tournaments, but I just haven’t bowled in as many as I used to. It all came down to what’s been going on in my life, but now I’m pretty much getting back into bowling and getting into that tournament mode again. There are a lot of good ones coming up.”

Taylor, a single parent, admitted that finances play a role in just how many tournaments he can enter, but he stays busy on the lanes. Currently, he competes full-time in both the Capital District All Star league on Thursday nights (227 average) and the Vitalo Classic on Saturday nights (235 average), both at Sportsman’s Bowl. But he also pops up often as a sub in leagues like the City League and the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league, both at Towne Bowling Academy.

“I sub all over the place,” Taylor said. “I get that call at least once a week. I don’t always go, but it seems like I’ve been filling in a lot as a sub on Monday and Wednesday nights.”

Taylor also gives a lot of credit to Eric Morrett’s Capital District Challenge League, which competes every Tuesday night at East Greenbush Bowling Center. The CDCL offers different oil patterns every week, and bowlers only show up when they want to, much like a tournament.

“Bowling in Eric’s Challenge League really tests your game,” Taylor said. “It makes you try your skills on board 2 or board 30. It’s very interesting.”

Taylor, like most elite bowlers, enjoys the tournament competition much more than straight league play, where he has averaged as high as 242 for a full season.

“Mentally, it’s a different game. I’m more focused, I believe, in tournaments,” he said. “For one thing, it’s the prospect of making money. But I also believe in my abilities. I’ve put a lot of work with Eric Morrett and with Tom Mongeon from the Modern Game Pro Shop. We’ve tried different layouts, and I changed my grip several years back, for the better.”

Taylor is also back to full health after several injury-plagued seasons.

“I was battling an injury to my right shoulder and to my right elbow,” Taylor explained. “And three years ago, I partially tore my bicep tendon while bowling. It took me eight weeks to recover.”

Taylor uses his full array of skills in tournaments, as opposed to league competition.

“The league shots are made as easy as possible for the average bowler, and for the highest level of bowlers, it’s not that difficult,” Taylor noted. “In league, sometimes you kill them, and sometimes you don’t, but on a challenging shot, you are rewarded for your good shots and versatility. I’m a very versatile player. I can play anywhere on the lanes and still be competitive.”

Taylor said he currently uses mostly Radical-brand equipment and loves how it reacts for his game.

His resume includes more than 60 perfect games and roughly 35 800 triples. His top sanctioned triple was an 878 that included back-to-back perfect games in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic. He also tossed a non-sanctioned 887 triple. He believes his best four-game total was a 1,157.

Back when the Capital Region offered scratch bowlers a tournament every week, Taylor won an estimated 10 Northeast Bowling Proprietors of New York Huck Finn tournaments to go along with three Northern Bowlers Association tournaments.

“I never really entered any state tournaments here, but I did win plenty of team tournaments in the Green Mountain Open. I won many team events, as well as a couple of doubles and singles wins up there,” Taylor said.

“I’m most comfortable playing in the middle of the lane. I have success there when the conditions are easier. When they are difficult I can play on the gutter if I have to. In fact, in that Tuesday night Challenge League, I’ve led the league several times by playing outside of board 5. I have no problem playing out there. I think it comes from the old days when I: used to bowl at Redwood Lanes.”

By the way, other top teams in the Scratch Doubles Tournament last weekend included Kenny Livengood with Nick Wells ($800); Brian LeClair with Connor LeClair ($800); Aaron Major with Steven Major ($600); Chun Bae with Scott Kampf ($600); Lee Aiezza with Matt Swiatocha ($600); RJ. Blanchard with Jim Zimmerman ($600); Floyd Prince with Tim Hunt ($400); John Canfalone with Eric Stangle ($400); Ryan Bertrand with Brett Cunningham ($400); Matt Fazzone with Natasha Bidwell ($400); Darrell Coonrad with Del Picard ($400); and Rob Greene Jr. with Nathan Roback ($400).

ANOTHER CENTER IS CLOSING

I am very sad to hear that Hi-Way Recreation in Wynantskill will close at the end of this season.

Proprietor Artie Hoffman has been suffering from serious health concerns, and he has a pending sale. Another business, most likely a hardware store, will move into the building this spring.

Hoffman reported the news on his center’s Facebook page Monday.

“After 48 years in my family-owned establishment, I made the difficult decision to retire and sell the business later this spring,” Hoffman wrote. “This was not easy for me given the decades spent teaching, coaching and fostering relationships within the community. I would be remiss if I did not mention the timing related to the current health and economic considerations that I am confronted with.

“Those of you who know me understand that bowling and this community have been my life. I am beyond grateful for all the wonderful employees and devoted customers that I have had the pleasure to know,” Hoffman continued. “I treasure the friendships, every laugh we shared, and very much look forward to a future in retirement that will allow us more time and joy together. My deepest thanks for your continued support and personal friendships over these many years. I will miss you all and wish everyone the very best.”

I considered Art, an excellent bowler in his own right, a personal friend and one of the best proprietors around. He was quick to sponsor or host local tournaments, and he coached the La Salle program for many years. Hi-Way Recreation’s Sunday Three-Man Classic was also the first scratch league I ever bowled in almost 40 years ago.

I wish him the best.

STRIKES & SPARES

The Schenectady USBC Open Championship, previously known as the annual City Tournament, will be held over two weekends at Sportsman’s Bowl, beginning this weekend with squads Friday at 6:30 p.m., Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and Sunday 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. Top prize for the team event will be $1,200, based on 80 teams. Scratch and handicap brackets will be available. For more information, contact association manager Lloyd Denny (518-370-0614) or Schenectady USBC president Bill Nolan (518-210-3639)

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 on March 6 with two five-game qualifying squads, 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. (already sold out). Entry fee for the NYS Masters is $100. Top prize is $2,000 plus an entry into the 2022 USBC Masters.

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 Saturday 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.

Towne Bowling Academy is hosting an over/under doubles tournament March 14 with qualifying squads at 9 a.m. and noon. Entry fee is $110 per team. There is also an optional qualifier for the Donato Scratch Singles tournament for an extra $45. Teams will bowl three games across six lanes to earn a spot in the bracket finals. There is a limit of 30 teams per squad. Top prize will be $1,400, based on 50 entries. One in five teams advances to the bracket finals. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for more information.

The next Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour event will be the St. Patrick’s Gold tournament March 6 at 1 p.m. and March 7 at 10 a.m. at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls. Call Kingpin’s Alley (518-793-9606) for more information.

Chris Fawcett pounded a 300 game during an 807 triple in the Schenectady Dorp/Menagerie league.

The New York State USBC is offering a scholarship opportunity for youth bowlers. A share of $15,000 is available, but juniors must apply before March 1 at bowlny.com. Awards are available for all ages from Kindergarten through graduating seniors.

The top 32 bowlers in the Amsterdam USBC will square off for the Amsterdam USBC City Championship at Imperial Lanes. The field is set up in a bracket format. The top four seeds are 1-Tim Grant, 2-Mike Miseno, 3-Mike Bellinger and 4-Larry Banta.

MAJOR BOWLING

Steve Hallenbeck rolled back-to-back perfect games during an 833 triple, Nick DiCerbo slammed a 298-782, Billy Wigand ripped a 278-760 and Paul Dumas also rolled a 300 game in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Mike Smith delivered a 269-765, John Leone fired a 278-761, John Musto Jr. hammered a 266-756 and Chris Fawcett slammed a 268-753 in the Sportsman’s Major Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Bob Tuttle produced a 279-1,028 four-game series, Mark Derenzo shot a 266-1,017 and Ryan Karabin also ripped a 269-1,017 Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Lefty Rich Strath, subbing for Don Herrington, rolled a pair or 289 games during a 1,104 four-game series, Debbie Capullo registered a 279-1,023 set and Scott Rogers tossed a 270-992 to pace the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 17-3, Bob’s Pro Shop 15-5, Next Level Detailing 14-6, Universal Auto Parts 13-7, Metroland Photo 12-8, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 11-9, Café One-Eleven 10-10, Mike’s Hot Dogs 9-11, The Appliance Specialist 7-13, G & Dz Pizza 5-15, I.D.I.D. 4-16, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 3-17.

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Match summaries

I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 224-167-201 — 592, Joe Gordon 161-184-186 — 531, Jim Valentino 199-180-204 — 583, A.J. Perone 254-209-204 — 667. Totals: 838-740-795 — 2,373.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

John Leone 257-226-278 — 761, Bill Carl 227-216-251 — 694, Kalynn Carl 236-268-194 — 698, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 953-943-956 — 2,852.

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Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 193-254-224 — 671, Tom Siatkowski 237-202-247 — 686, Jim Bassotti 227-211-214 — 652, Matt Swiatocha 216-225-226 — 667. Totals: 873-892-911 — 2,676.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 212-212-212 — 636, Mike Liberatore 194-160-207 — 561, Bob Mock 191-196-161 — 548, Jim Petronis 234-220-225 — 679. Totals: 831-788-805 — 2,424.

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Metroland Photo (1)

Lee Quivey 203-168-235 — 606, Steve Renzi 245-184-222 — 651, Mike Gallitelli 202-246-255 — 703, B.J. Smith Jr. 230-279-228 — 737. Totals: 880-877-940 — 2,697.

The Appliance Specialist (3)

Melissa Bogholtz 196-195-227 — 618, Steve Fawcett 214-218-188 — 620, Zach Gravell 29-225-244 — 748, Chris Fawcett 259-268-226 — 753. Totals: 948-906-885 — 2,739.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (1)

Fred McMahon 246-206-241 — 693, Earl Lawrence Jr. 209-209-267 — 685, Bob Tedesco Jr. 222-191-203 — 616, Mike Smith 257-239-269 — 765. Totals: 934-845-980 — 2,759.

Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 277-235-192 — 704, Dave Bingham (absent) 216-216-215 — 648, John Musto Jr. 246-277-233 — 756, Jamie Diamond 226-256-228 — 710. Totals: 965-984-859 — 2,818.

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Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 243-193-193 — 629, Bill Heaphy III 256-269-220 — 745, Chris Smith 236-211-162 — 609, Chris Fedden 217-232-181 — 630. Totals: 952-905-756 — 2,613.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 209-180-193 — 582, Tammy Sader 207-221-248 — 676, Rich Rogaski 158-205-202 — 565, Kevin Palmer 188-177-215 — 580. Totals: 762-783-858 — 2,403.

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G & Dz Pizza (0)

Ernest Laduke Jr. 143-182-145 — 470, Rich Ellis 211-225-222 — 658, Jason Deitz 178-179-165 — 522, Mike Piotrowski 222-203-226 — 651. Totals: 754-789-758 — 2,301.

Café One-Eleven (4)

Joe Venduro IV 199-178-216 — 593, Rob Mengel 212-187-188 — 587, Cory Buckley 165-215-193 — 573, Tyler Mochrie 224-236-202 — 662. Totals: 800-816-799 — 2,415.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 15-5, Masons Automotive 13-7, Kalpro 11-9, Downs Roofing 10-10, D.A. Parisi & Co. 7-13, Boulevard Bowl 4-16.

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Match summaries

Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 233-171-213-194 — 811, Robin Fredenburgh 254-213-225-206 — 898, B.J. Smith Jr. 207-221-259-193 — 880. Totals: 694-605-697-593 — 2,589.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 241-196-192-191 — 820, Jeff Williams 199-247-227-206 — 879, Ken Wilkins 214-181-200-182 — 777. Totals: 654-624-619-579 — 2,476.

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Kalpro (3)

Keith Lawyer 247-215-226-195 — 883, Kyle Wilkins 255-170-245-224 — 894, Joe Carusone 231-247-218-201 — 897. Totals: 733-632-689-620 — 2,674.

Downs Roofing (2)

Zach Strachan 213-209-168-240 — 830, Tony Bianchi 215-191-209-201 — 816, Ryan Karabin 267-269-248-233 — 1,017. Totals: 695-669-625-674 — 2,663.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 218-256-189-201 — 864, Mark Derenzo 236-257-266-258 — 1,017, Bob Tuttle 255-279-247-247 — 1,028. Totals: 709-792-702-706 — 2,909.

Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 223-266-191-216 — 896, Brian Hart 249-237-180-229 — 895, Cory Bennett 247-279-217-214 — 957. Totals: 719-782-588-659 — 2,748.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

J&F Lawn Care 16-5, DeCrescente Distributing 15-6, Team 4 14-7, 20 North 13-8, Towne Bowling Academy 12-9, Downs Roofing 12-9, Vito Sindoni & Son 12-9, TSS Printing & Awards 12-9, Syron’s Meat Market 9-12, KKV Recovery 9-12, Rollarama 9-12, Action Bowling Supply 6-15 Home Tech Electronics 5-16, D&D Lawncare 3-18.

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Match summaries

Action Bowling Supply (0)

Rit Fazzone 172-158-108 — 438, Matt Kallner 214-248-220 — 682, Natasha Bidwell 269-256-213 — 738, Matt Fazzone 162-245-224 — 631. Totals: 817-907-765 — 2,489.

Syron’s Meat Market (3)

Ken Wilkins 204-247-205 — 656, Brandon Wolf 189-38-266 — 693, Craig Taylor 236-228-235 — 699, Ken LaBelle Jr. 201-279-265 — 745. Totals: 830-992-971 — 2,793.

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Rollarama (1)

Ryan Gahan 239-226-176 — 641, Keith Lawyer 204-196-223 — 623, Ron Paradiso 258-190-267 — 715, Dan Rotter 160-237-162 — 559. Totals: 861-849-828 — 2,538.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 214-195-206 — 615, Mark Kuhlkin 287-172-245 — 704, Scott Rogers 231-226-269 — 726, Liz Kuhlkin 269-203-235 — 707. Totals: 1,001-796-955 — 2,752.

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TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Dwayne Coonradt 213-232-175 — 620, Paul Dumas 233-210-300 — 743, John Askew 191-202-177 — 570, Steve Wagoner 257-237-245 — 739. Totals: 894-881-897 — 2,672.

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 232-203-201 — 636, Kenny Livengood 253-203-221 — 677, Joel Donato 239-203-202 — 644, Chris Radliff 229-203-220 — 643. Totals: 944-812-844 — 2,600.

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D&D Lawncare (0)

Karrie Blake 180-215-152 — 547, Laura Rotter 186-132-235 — 553, Bill Judge 200-191-204 — 595, Tom Rogers 247-235-170 — 652. Totals: 813-773-761 — 2,347.

Team 4 (3)

Cassius Boyd 168-218-204 — 590, John Mauceri 192-214-203 — 609, Charlie Provost 247-246-215 — 708, Marc Fowler 224-257-266 — 747. Totals: 831-935-888 — 2,654.

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Towne Bowling Academy (2)

Tom Earl 238-210-259 — 707, Tom DiBell 212-191-170 — 573, Marty Capullo Jr. 245-184-198 — 627, Debbie Capullo 258-213-237 — 708. Totals: 953-798-864 — 2,615.

Downs Roofing (1)

P.J. Derenzo 187-227-224 — 638, Nick Barnes 237-198-194 — 629, Ryan Karabin 238-268-203 — 709, Billy Wigand 260-278-222 — 760. Totals: 922-971-843 — 2,736.

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J&F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 198-297-227 — 722, R.J. Martinez 277-247-222 — 746, Nick Stricos 229-236-268 — 732, Steve Hallenbeck 300-300-233 — 833. Totals: 1,003-1,080-950 — 3,033.

Vito Sindoni & Son (0)

Scott Chastenay 217-235-218 — 670, Mike DiCerbo 172-268-225 — 665, Rich Strath 225-247-237 — 709, Joe VanDerLinden 246-280-217 — 743. Totals: 860-1,030-897 — 2,787.

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KKV Recovery (2)

Nick DiCerbo 259-259-298-225 — 782, Jackie Malone 215-209-191 — 615, Bob Evans 182-205-279 — 666, Vinny Struffolino 268-193-173 — 634. Totals: 924-905-868 — 2,697.

Home Tech Electronics (1)

Jenn Schissler 267-257-236 — 760, Chuck Schissler 265-190-219 — 674, Lee Aiezza 259-195-218 — 672, Gabe Criscuolo 227-246-184 — 657. Totals: 1,018-888-857 — 2,763.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 114-46, Sindoni Sausage 100.5-59.5, TSS Printing & Awards 95-65, CDMVS 93-67, Towne Bowling Academy 90.5-69.5, Broadway Lunch 90-70, Pete’s Auto 87-73, Rogers MotorSports 86-74, Revolutions Pro Shop 82-78, Sportsman’s Bowl 80-80, A Touch of Country Florist 79-81, Next Level Detailing 77-83, Never Enough Performance 73.5-86.5, Team Criscuolo 73.5-86.5, 15 Church 72.5-87.5, Loyal Nutrition 72-88, Team 9 69.5-90.5, Team 9 69.5-90.5, J & U 60-100, Boulevard Bowl 55.5-104.5, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 49.5-110.5.

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Match summaries

Boulevard Bowl (7)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 184-16-192-184 — 728, Cliff Ruth 180-168-205-171 — 724. Totals: 398-370-431-389 — 1,588.

A-Plus Heating (13)

Michelle Largeteau 100-99-111-103 — 413, Tony Pasquerella 169-159-214-180 — 720. Totals: 386-375-442-400 — 1,603.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (17)

Lindsey McPhail 215-198-254-245 — 912, Rich Strath 268-289-258-289 — 1,104. Totals: 493-497-522-544 — 2,056.

Loyal Nutrition (3)

Amber Dominic 183-224-205-202 — 814, Vinny Struffolino 189-234-223-202 — 848. Totals: 416-502-472-448 — 1,838.

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Never Enough Performance (8)

Kate Clark 212-259-162-257 — 890, Jamie Duncan 223-267-226-227 — 943. Totals: 477-568-430-526 — 2,001.

Broadway Lunch (12)

Renee Clark 178-185-216-159 — 738, Tom Earl 192-199-212-256 — 859. Totals: 403-417-461-448 — 1,729.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (10)

Erika Poje 214-181-201-207 — 803, Nick DiCerbo 226-188-258-234 — 906. Totals: 486-415-505-487 — 1,893.

Next Level Detailing (10)

Kim Swiatocha 258-213-206-194 — 871, Matt Swiatocha 238-247-235-239 — 959. Totals: 516-480-461-453 — 1,910.

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Sindoni Sausage (8.5)

Liz Kuhlkin 224-210-206-246 — 886, Joe VanDerLinden 205-207-238-233 — 883. Totals: 431-419-446-481 — 1,777.

15 Church (11.5)

Aliyah Liberatore 164-225-225-216 — 830, Ben Empie 162-212-191-190 — 755. Totals: 391-502-481-471 — 1,845.

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A Touch of Country Florist (6)

Janelle Irwin 198-205-189-186 — 778, Steve Irwin 213-236-196-187 — 832. Totals: 454-484-428-416 — 1,782.

Pete’s Auto (14)

Jenn Schissler 170-232-211-193 — 806, Chuckie Schissler 224-209-179-193 — 805. Totals: 440-487-436-432 — 1,611.

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Team 9 (4)

Kaitlyn Barnes 208-194-170-203 — 775, Nick Barnes 245-185-213-167 — 810. Totals: 484-410-414-401 — 1,709.

J & U (16)

Ursula Pasquerella 212-227-168-163 — 770, Joe Venduro 226-244-237-235 — 932. Totals: 482-515-449-442 — 1,888.

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TSS Printing & Awards (4)

Jackie Malone 191-152-218-223 — 784, Paul Dumas 206-226-237-214 — 883. Totals: 429-410-487-469 — 1,795.

Towne Bowling Academy (16)

Debbie Capullo 239-279-258-247 — 1,023, Ryan Gahan 258-223-239-189 — 909. Totals: 519-524-519-458 — 2,020.

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CDMVS (7)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 193-174-210-238 — 815, John Askew 217-257-255-248 — 977. Totals: 427-448-482-503 — 1,860.

Team 11 (13)

Kris Impellizzeri 198-234-216-210 — 858, Scott Rogers 270-245-220-257 — 992. Totals: 485-496-453-484 — 1,918.

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Rogers MotorSports (14)

Kelly Chrzanowski 247-247-245-205 — 944, Tom Rogers 267-191-225-202 — 885. Totals: 548-472-504-441 — 1,965.

Team Criscuolo (6)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 220-162-168-148 — 698, Gabe Criscuolo 209-212-193-254 — 868. Totals: 503-448-435-476 — 1,862.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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