In the Pocket: Donato enjoys fun, but takes his bowling role seriously

Photo ProvidedFrom left to right are Tommy Donato, his late father Tom and his brother Joel. The 18th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament is dedicated to the Donato family, one of the most successful bowling families in Capital Region history.
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From left to right are Tommy Donato, his late father Tom and his brother Joel. The 18th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament is dedicated to the Donato family, one of the most successful bowling families in Capital Region history.

Fun-loving Tommy Donato relishes his role as family comedian, but his bowling resume and contributions to the sport are no joke.

These days, besides keeping his family and friends entertained, Donato is known more for helping run several area tournaments, including the recent Scratch Doubles at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls, the upcoming Over/Under Doubles tournament at Towne Bowling Academy, and the 18th annual Donato Scratch Singles, generally regarded as the Capital Region’s most lucrative and prestigious event with a top prize of $3,200.

The Donato Scratch Singles is dedicated to several members of the Donato family, widely thought of as bowling royalty, especially in Schenectady. The legendary Joe Donato, Tommy’s grandfather, was a charter member of the Professional Bowlers Association, an original member of the Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame and a member of the Schenectady City School District Hall of Fame. He rolled the first perfect game on the popular TV Tournament Time bowling program, excelled on the “Make That Spare,” nationally televised competition and owned Sportsman’s Bowl for four decades. Considered as one of the very best bowlers in Capital Region history, he died in 2004.

Joe Donato’s brother, Nick, was perhaps the most accomplished lane conditioner in the business during his heyday and also was one of the best ball-drillers. He often ran the desk at Sportsman’s Bowl. Tom Donato, Joe’s son and Tommy’s father, was an outstanding bowler in his own right at the PBA regional level and in local scratch events. He also was a part-owner of Sportsman’s Bowl, was general manager of the now defunct Redwood Lanes and coached the Christian Brothers Academy bowling team before passing away suddenly in 2015.

Both Tommy Donato, and his brother, Joel, continue to bowl scratch leagues locally. Joel Donato is having one of his best seasons, averaging 234 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League at Towne Bowling Academy. Tommy Donato’s average is down a bit to 215, but he is definitely no slouch.

Tommy Donato, 39, is a Mohonasen High School graduate and currently works for the Schenectady City School District. He once averaged as high as 241, edging Skip Vigars Jr. and finishing second to Joe VanDerLinden in the City League. He’s compiled 49 perfect games and 42 800 triples, including three better than 850, with a high of 867.

“I would say my most memorable moment in the game was bowling with my dad and my brother in the nationals. That was a lot of fun,” Donato recalled. “There have been some pretty great moments over the years, but that was the one I enjoyed the most. I also bowled a 300 game when I was 13 years old. At the time, I was the youngest to do it in New York State and the third-youngest in the country. That’s the one that most people bring up when they talk to me.”

Tommy Donato, who enjoyed hooking the ball from gutter to gutter in his younger days, still loves to compete, but he also gets a lot of enjoyment from running tournaments with good friend Tom Earl. His pride and joy is the Donato Scratch Singles, which was forced to cancel its semifinal and final round last spring because of the pandemic.

The tournament is back this year, and roughly 100 of the bowlers who qualified for the semifinals last year are automatically qualified again for this year’s final day, set for March 21 at Towne Bowling Academy.

“We are going to pay everyone who qualified for the bottom spot,” Donato said, “We felt it was only fair. We didn’t want to restart the tournament from scratch. A few of them had to back out this year for various reasons, but most of those players will be back. For most years, our goal was to get 300 entries, but for the last few, we were a little under that, maybe 280 or so. I’m OK with that but if we got 300, I knew I’d be successful. This year, fewer bowlers are competing in tournaments, so if I can get 250 to 280, I’d be happy. But you never know.”

Donato is trying a few new wrinkles to add some extra entries. For one thing, the Over/Under Doubles, set for March 14 at Towne Bowling Academy, will be offering an optional qualifier into the Donato Scratch Singles. Also, several in-house qualifying squads will be available.

“I kind of left it open because I didn’t want to schedule too many qualifiers this year,” Donato said. “If someone wants to hold an in-house qualifier, maybe through their league, it’s OK with me as long as everyone agrees and it’s fair to everybody. Anyone who wants to hold one should contact me.”

Donato was asked why the Donato Scratch Singles has become so popular over the years.

“I don’t know, but I think the guys trust us,” he said. “They can count on us not to try to change the format too much. We aren’t too gimmicky. I think people like consistency, and we try to keep the entry fee reasonably priced.

“To be honest the tournament was originally designed to honor my grandfather. Then with my father and Nick [passing away], we just made it a big family thing. I think there are a lot of out-of-towners and younger bowlers who don’t even know my family. But the guys know our prize fund is good, and they get the chance to bowl with the best of the best every year. I remember a couple of years ago when Kyle Troup came to the tournament along with a bunch of other local pros and ending up winning. Most of the guys were happy because they love the competition.”

Troup, the popular two-hander who wears colorful bowling clothes and has a big frizzy hairstyle, recently won the PBA Players Championship for his seventh career PBA title.

“We currently have two major champions who have won our event in Kyle and Liz Kuhlkin,” Donato pointed out. “That’s pretty good. We always have a great field.”

Entry fee for the Donato Scratch Singles will be $70. Most squads will send one in five to the semifinals. Currently, besides the in-house qualifiers, qualifying events include a senior squad March 13 at 1 p.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl, the Over/Under Doubles tournament at 9 a.m. and noon March 14 at Towne Bowling Academy, March 20 at 1 p.m. at Cohoes Bowling Arena, March 20 at 2 p.m. at Towne Bowling Academy and then March 21 at both 9 a.m. and noon at Towne Bowling Academy, with the semifinals and finals to follow. All semifinalists are guaranteed $120.

Former champions besides Kuhlkin and Troup include such standouts as Steve Wagoner, Mike Drexel, Gene Speenburgh Jerry Brunette Jr., Lee Aiezza, Darrell Coonrad, Ray Cyr, Mike Lichstein, Mike Rose (twice), Steve Ferraro, Charlie Millard, Alex Cavagnaro, Matt Sherman and Ryan Galli.

The event is co-sponsored by Carpet This and Action Bowling Supply.

For more information, contact Donato at 518-788-0771.

STRIKES & SPARES

The annual Schenectady USBC Open Tournament resumes March 12 (6:30 p.m.), March 13 (2:30 p.m.) and March 14 (2 p.m.) at Sportsman’s Bowl. The Friday, March 12 squad is already full. Entry fee is $25, plus $10 optional fees for handicap single, scratch single and scratch team. Top prize is $1,200, based on 80 teams. Handicap is 90% of 240. One in eight teams will cash. For more information, contact Schenectady USBC president Bill Nolan (518-210-3639) or Schenectady USBC association manager Lloyd Denny (518-370-0614).

Kuhlkin, a Rotterdam native who is preparing to compete again on the PWBA Tour next month, was honored with the USBC national high average award (240) during the 2019-20 bowling season in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League. The two-time PWBA tournament winner and former collegiate bowler of the year at Nebraska also owns the nation’s highest three-game series (890) for a woman.

Kate Gardner won the King of the Hill Tournament at Hilltop Bowl by turning back her fiance, Del Picard, by a 227-186 margin in the finals. She earned $800.

Top local cashers in the Brockmyer Classic last weekend included Connor LeClair ($275), his dad, PBA50 members and Revolutions Pro Shop owner Brian LeClair ($200) and lefty Rich Strath ($200), while Ryan Shafer, a PBA50 member who competes often in the Capital Region, won the event and cashed for $3,000.

Columbia High School, SUNY Schenectady and Moorhead State University graduate Zach Doty won the McCorvey’s Bowling World Scratch Tour event in Henderson, Tennessee. He earned $2,200.

Unofficial final standings for the Albany TNBA’s Danzy for King Trio Tournament last weekend at Town & Country Lanes list the winning team as Charles Northrup with Keith Billets and Kevin Billets (2,322), followed by Brett Thompson with Tina Sturm and Bryan Bembry (2,305) and Johnny McDonald with Tina Sturm once again and Matthews Jackson (2,271). The top three scratch triples were shot by Tiawan Shepard (779), Jeremy Hoogkamp (751) and Chris Smith (747), while the top three handicap triples were posted by Crystal Fuller (841), Benny Gansowski (822) and Sturm (808).

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour is back at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center Saturday (1 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m.).

The 26th annual Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl begins Sunday at 11:45 a.m. Entry fee is $100 per team for the four-person team event. Call 518-374-4171 for more information and reservations as most squads are filling up fast. The tournament will be held every Sunday this month, as well as April 11.

On Sunday, bowlers can try the Town & Country Invitational out-of-league qualifying at 1 p.m. Handicap is 90% of 230, and entry fee is $20. Qualifying continues March 13 and March 14, with the finals set for March 21. First place is $1,000. Call Anthony Scaccia (518-456-1113) for more information.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York returns to Sportsman’s Bowl March 14 at 9:30 a.m. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Entry fee is $35 if paid by Monday or $50 after that. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) to reserve your spot.

Towne Bowling Academy will host the inaugural Handicap Trio Tournament on March 27 (2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.), March 28 (1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m.) and April 3 (2:30 and 6 p.m.). First place will be $1,800, based on 80 teams. Entry fee is $105 per team, plus an optional $10 for singles using your same team score. Handicap will be 90% of the difference between your team’s average and 690 for the team event and 90% of 230 for the optional singles. Call Towne Bowling Academy at 518-355-3939 for more information.

Both qualifying squads for Saturday’s prestigious New York State Masters Championship at East Greenbush Bowling Center are full. Many of the top bowlers in the Capital Region are competing.

The 47th annual Electric City 600 Club Tournament will be held Sunday 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.

The Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Singles Tournament is set for April 10-11 at 2 p.m. each day at Towne Bowling Academy. Handicap is 90% of 240. Entry fee is $25. Contact tournament director Jackie Oliveira (518-370-1006) or Schenectady USBC president Bill Nolan (518-370-0614) 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.

The After Party Socially Distant Tavern Tournament will be held March 13 at 2 p.m. at Towne Bowling Academy. For $25 per person, bowlers get three games of bowling, pizza and wings. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for more information.

MAJOR BOWLING

Two-hander Billy Wigand slammed a 278-812 triple, Ron Paradiso recorded a perfect game during a 786, Jackie Malone tossed a 290-775 and Joe VanDerLinden shot a 768 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Jamie Diamond produced a 278-773, Chris Fawcett produced a 279-760 and Bob Tedesco Jr. hammered a 258-750 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Ryan Karabin fired a 279-966, John Mecca delivered a 255-919 and B.J. Smith produced a 267-903 Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

John Askew connected for a 1,007 four-game series, Kuhlkin recorded a perfect game during a 995, Matt Swiatocha tossed a 279-991 and Kelly Chrzanowski rolled her first career 300 game 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 18-6, J&F Lawn Care 16-8, Downs Roofing 15-9, 20 North 15-9, Team 4 15-9, Vito Sindoni & Son 14-10, TSS Printing & Awards 13-11, Towne Bowling Academy 12-12, KKV Recovery 12-12, Rollarama 11-13, Syron’s Meat Market 9-15, Action Bowling Supply 7-17, Home Tech Electronics 7-17, D&D Lawncare 4-20.

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Match summaries

Syron’s Meat Market (0)

Ken Wilkins 215-236-177 — 628, Brandon Wolf 209-199-248 — 656, Don Herrington 204-236-234 — 674, Ken LaBelle Jr. 247-257-227 — 731. Totals: 875-928-886 — 2,689.

KKV Recovery (3)

Nick DiCerbo 194-258-245 — 697, Jackie Malone 228-257-290 — 775, Bob Evans 215-233-191 — 639, Vinny Struffolino 257-204-201 — 662. Totals: 894-952-927 — 2,773.

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Rollarama (2)

Ryan Gahan 256-222-255 — 733, Keith Lawyer 190-247-233 — 670, Ron Paradiso 300-231-255 — 786, Dan Rotter 168-215-226 — 609. Totals: 914-915-969 — 2,798.

Action Bowling Supply (1)

Bob Messick 224-247-248 — 719, Natasha Bidwell 257-193-179 — 629, Matt Kallner 200-232-181 — 613, Matt Fazzone 290-220-227 — 737. Totals: 971-892-835 — 2,698.

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Home Tech Electronics (2)

Jenn Schissler 226-212-279 — 717, Chuck Schissler 180-225-146 — 551, Ronnie Zadrozny 247-211-233 — 691, Gabe Criscuolo 196-269-186 — 651. Totals: 849-917-844 — 2,610.

D&D Lawncare (1)

Karrie Blake 175-191-202 — 568, Laura Rotter 238-198-214 — 650, Bill Judge 266-232-234 — 732, Tom Rogers 211-182-190 — 583. Totals: 890-803-840 — 2,532.

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J&F Lawn Care (0)

Jason Brown 217-237-201 — 655, R.J. Martinez 245-230-257 — 732, Jake Shank 233-237-188 — 658, Steve Hallenbeck 226-216-204 — 646. Totals: 921-920-850 — 2,691.

DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 238-255-248 — 741, Mark Kuhlkin 238-265-211 — 714, Scott Rogers 224-268-192 — 684, Liz Kuhlkin 244-238-232 — 714. Totals: 944-1,026-883 — 2,853.

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Team 4 (1)

Cassius Boyd 255-264-173 — 692, John Mauceri 210-186-278 — 674, Charlie Provost 234-245-151 — 630, Marc Fowler 183-254-232 — 669. Totals: 882-949-834 — 2,665.

20 North (2)

Tommy Donato 216-256-173 — 645, Kenny Livengood 255-278-226 — 759, Joel Donato 199-254-279 — 732, Chris Radliff 193-222-245 — 660. Totals: 863-1,010-923 — 2,796.

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Towne Bowling Academy (0)

Tom Earl 233-241-215 — 689, Tom DiBell 235-202-243 — 680, Marty Capullo Jr. 202-266-191 — 659, Debbie Capullo 278-247-212 — 737. Totals: 938-956-861 — 2,765.

Downs Roofing (3)

P.J. Derenzo 258-248-221 — 727, Nick Barnes 223-190-178 — 591, Ryan Karabin 235-245-213 — 693, Billy Wigand 258-276-278 — 812. Totals: 974-959-890 — 2,823.

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Vito Sindoni & Son (2)

Scott Chastenay 259-244-222 — 725, Mike DiCerbo 236-203-223 — 662, Craig Taylor 280-217-193 — 690, Joe VanDerLinden 279-242-247 — 768. Totals: 1,054-906-885 — 2,845.

TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Dwayne Coonradt 228-224-269 — 721, Paul Dumas 231-181-236 — 648, Rick Speckhardt 186-215-187 — 588, Steve Wagoner 227-240-238 — 705. Totals: 872-860-930 — 2,662.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 21-3, Bob’s Pro Shop 19-5, Universal Auto Parts 17-7, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 15-9, Next Level Detailing 14-10, Café One-Eleven 13.5-10.5, Metroland Photo 12-12, The Appliance Specialist 10-14, Mike’s Hot Dogs 9.5-14.5, G & Dz Pizza 6-18, I.D.I.D. 4-20, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 3-21.

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Match summaries

Next Level Detailing (0)

Mike Guidarelli 201-204-203 — 608, Jim Bassotti 184-179-203 — 566, Jim Parker 259-214-225 — 698, Matt Swiatocha 224-226-220 — 670. Totals: 868-823-851 — 2,542.

Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 231-194-238 — 663, Bill Heaphy III 216-206-198 — 620, Chris Smith 245-246-229 — 720, Chris Fedden 280-194-192 — 666. Totals: 972-840-857 — 2,669.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (.5)

Doug Semerad 191-180-203 — 574, Tammy Sader 226-277-184 — 687, Rich Rogaski 192-202-243 — 637, Kevin Palmer 224-234-230 — 688. Totals: 833-893-860 — 2,586.

Café One-Eleven (3.5)

Joe DiBiase 232-224-189 — 645, Rob Mengel 218-253-191 — 662, Cory Buckley 194-248-269 — 711, Tyler Mochrie 225-203-211 — 639. Totals: 869-928-860 — 2,657.

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I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 172-147-204 — 523, Joe Gordon 183-199-247 — 629, Jim Valentino 155-156-183 — 494, A.J. Perone (absent) 209-209-209 — 627. Totals: 719-711-843 — 2,273.

Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 235-267-235 — 737, Dave Bingham 231-221-210 — 662, John Musto Jr. 235-159-191 — 585, Jamie Diamond 247-278-248 — 773. Totals: 948-925-884 — 2,757.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

John Leone 267-218-237 — 722, Bill Carl 256-219-199 — 674, Kalynn Carl 266-196-195 — 657, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 1,022-866-864 — 2,752.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 212-212-212 — 636, Ted Klonowski Jr. 218-210-209 — 637, Bob Mock 276-202-197 — 675, Jim Petronis 195-172-215 — 582. Totals: 901-796-833 — 2,530.

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The Appliance Specialist (3)

Kris Impellizeri 226-189-234 — 649, Steve Fawcett 178-189-169 — 536, Zach Gravell 256-189-192 — 637, Chris Fawcett 279-258-223 — 760. Totals: 939-825-818 — 2,582.

G & Dz Pizza (1)

Ernest Laduke Jr. 133-163-177 — 473, Jason Deitz 199-202-169 — 570, Gary Neumann 224-190-226 — 640, Mike Piotrowski 247-235-257 — 739. Totals: 803-790-829 — 2,422.

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Metroland Photo (0)

Lee Quivey 199-203-200 — 602, Steve Renzi 257-213-242 — 712, Mike Gallitelli 211-222-172 — 605, B.J. Smith Jr. 238-236-213 — 687. Totals: 905-874-827 — 2,606.

Bob’s Pro Shop (4)

Fred McMahon 237-228-183 — 648, Earl Lawrence Jr. 229-235-222 — 686, Bob Tedesco Jr. 246-246-258 — 750, Mike Smith 239-212-223 — 674. Totals: 951-921-886 — 2,758.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 19-6, Downs Roofing 14-11, Masons Automotive 14-11, Kalpro 12-13, D.A. Parisi & Co. 11-13, Boulevard Bowl 5-20.

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Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 227-276-190-201 — 894, Mark Derenzo 195-211-192-284 — 882, Bob Tuttle 246-211-207-206 — 870. Totals: 668-698-589-691 — 2,646.

Masons Automotive (1)

Mark Hansen 227-209-196-214 — 846, Robin Fredenburgh 233-208-191-248 — 880, B.J. Smith Jr. 207-267-235-194 — 903. Totals: 667-684-622-656 — 2,629.

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Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 148-268-203-253 — 872, Kyle Wilkins 204-220-233-161 — 818, Joe Carusone 177-192-236-181 — 786. Totals: 529-680-672-595 — 2,476.

Downs Roofing (4)

Zach Strachan 243-205-205-202 — 855, Tony Bianchi 198-188-191-212 — 789, Ryan Karabin 227-257-279-203 — 966. Totals: 668-650-675-617 — 2,610.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (4)

John Mecca 255-248-224-192 — 919, Jeff Williams 213-235-191-210 — 849, Ken Wilkins 227-192-238-195 — 852. Totals: 695-675-653-597 — 2,620.

Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 190-254-228-200 — 872, Brian Hart 195-169-165-161 — 690, Cory Bennett 179-191-202-247 — 819. Totals: 564-14-595-608 — 2,381.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 124-56, TSS Printing & Awards 108-72, Sindoni Sausage 107.5-72.5, CDMVS 106-74, Towne Bowling Academy 105.5-74.5, Broadway Lunch 101-79, Sportsman’s Bowl 100-80, Rogers MotorSports 99-81, Revolutions Pro Shop 89-91, Next Level Detailing 89-91, A Touch of Country Florist 89-91, Pete’s Auto 87-93, Loyal Nutrition 86-94, Never Enough Performance 80.5-99.5, Team Barnes 78.5-101.5, Team Criscuolo 78.5-101.5, 15 Church 78.5-101.5, J & U 72-108, Boulevard Bowl 63.5-116.5, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 57.5-122.5.

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Match summaries

Broadway Lunch (11)

Renee Earl 193-190-183-210 — 776, Tom Earl 268-248-192-237 — 945. Totals: 494-471-408-480 — 1,853.

Team Barnes (9)

Kaitlyn Barnes 223-180-246-215 — 864, Nick Barnes 237-202-210-232 — 881. Totals: 492-414-488-479 — 1,873.

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Next Level Detailing (12)

Kim Swiatocha 177-201-186-236 — 800, Matt Swiatocha 247-207-258-279 — 991. Totals: 443-427-463-534 — 1,867.

A-Plus Heating & Cooling (8)

Michelle Largeteau 118-111-136-154 — 519, Tony Pasquerella 212-247-154-166 — 779. Totals: 448-476-408-438 — 1,298.

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Team Criscuolo (5)

Liz Criscuolo 171-153-159-167 — 650, Gabe Criscuolo 212-197-222-185 — 816. Totals: 457-424-455-426 — 1,762.

Towne Bowling Academy (15)

Debbie Capullo 224-192-279-207 — 902, Marty Capullo Jr. 209-258-237-223 — 927. Totals: 449-466-532-446 — 1,893.

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15 Church (6)

Aliyah Liberatore 189-204-200-180 — 773, Ben Empie (absent) 179-179-179-179 — 716. Totals: 432-447-443-423 — 1,745.

Loyal Nutrition (14)

Amber Dominic 196-225-202-203 — 826, Vinny Struffolino 247-227-161-180 — 815. Totals: 487-496-407-427 — 1,817.

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Boulevard Bowl (8)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 196-182-234-222 — 834, Cliff Ruth 190-214-184-224 — 812. Totals: 423-433-455-483 — 1,794.

J & U (12)

Ursula Pasquerella 213-146-206-263 — 828, Joe Venduro 133-226-242-214 — 815. Totals: 390-416-492-521 — 1,819.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (7)

Lindsey McPhail 227-168-215-247 — 857, Don Herrington 269-234-199-245 — 947. Totals: 509-415-427-505 — 1,856.

TSS Printing & Awards (13)

Jackie Malone 248-279-224-194 — 945, Paul Dumas 243-185-209-215 — 852. Totals: 523-496-465-441 — 1,925.

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A Touch of Country Florist (10)

Janelle Irwin 267-202-190-173 — 832, Steve Irwin 258-257-244-197 — 956. Totals: 569-503-478-414 — 1,964.

Team 11 (10)

Kris Impellizzeri 257-279-171-227 — 934, Scott Rogers 259-280-196-227 — 962. Totals: 533-576-384-471 — 1,964.

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CDMVS (13)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 266-247-226-227 — 966, John Askew 245-259-259-244 — 1,007. Totals: 528-523-502-488 — 2,041.

Sindoni Sausage (7)

Liz Kuhlkin 258-202-235-300 — 995, Joe VanDerLinden 201-247-279-246 — 973. Totals: 461-451-516-548 — 1,976.

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Rogers MotorSports (13)

Kelly Chrzanowski 300-183-216-243 — 942, Tom Rogers 178-222-215-248 — 863. Totals: 511-438-464-524 — 1,937.

Never Enough Performance (7)

Kate Clark 247-204-259-213 — 923, Jamie Duncan 230-206-160-189 — 785. Totals: 517-450-459-442 — 1,868.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (20)

Erika Poje 236-214-242-269 — 961, Nick DiCerbo 210-255-258-256 — 979. Totals: 489-512-543-568 — 2,112.

Pete’s Auto (0)

Jenn Schissler 233-202-227-236 — 898, Chuckie Schissler 195-228-212-226 — 861. Totals: 475-477-486-509 — 1,759.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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