In the Pocket: ‘Mayor’ Cornicelli fondly remembered for love and dedication to bowling

Frank Cornicelli, center, gets a hug from PBA Tour legend Pete Weber. At left is Schenectady USBC board member Chet Ciembroniewicz.
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Frank Cornicelli, center, gets a hug from PBA Tour legend Pete Weber. At left is Schenectady USBC board member Chet Ciembroniewicz.

Schenectady native Frank Cornicelli, known affectionately as “The Mayor,” was arguably the greatest ambassador the Capital Region bowling community ever had. He loved all bowlers, regardless of their ability, and he admired the sport just as much. If you rolled the rock somewhere in a local center, he knew you, and you probably knew him. He probably gave you a handshake, a wink or a hug.

Even the pro bowlers on the national PBA Tour knew “The Mayor.” He used to frequent numerous PBA Tour events, and during the television finals, he always managed to get a seat where the TV cameras could spot him.

The local legend, elected to both the New York State USBC and Schenectady USBC Halls of Fame for meritorious service, died at age 98 last Sunday night. He was a loyal friend to everyone who enjoyed his favorite hobby, and he was certainly one of my closest friends, as well. He will be missed.

Cornicelli continued to bowl until his body simply wouldn’t allow him to. He kept rolling in the Daily Gazette league until he was more than 90 years old, and he was still fiercely competitive, especially in that league’s season-ending no-tap tournament, when he didn’t have to shoot at 10-pins. He won numerous such events and did it with that ear-to-ear grin of his. He also bowled in several other area leagues and was the secretary/treasurer in a couple of them for more than 50 years. But although he was definitely an excellent kegler, Cornicelli’s contributions had nothing to do with how many honor scores he achieved.

The longtime General Electric employee volunteered his services and promoted the game at all levels for more than five decades. He was a two-time president of the Schenectady USBC, a 40-year member of its board of directors and a member of the NYS USBC board of directors for more than 20 years.

What did Cornicelli do for the bowlers? What didn’t he do is a better question.

Back in the days when USBC achievement awards were more plentiful, Cornicelli was the guy who delivered them in person to the bowling centers. He loved nothing better than to make the presentations himself. Others might have considered this a chore; Cornicelli enjoyed it immensely.

For many years, he was the primary lane inspector for the Schenectady USBC, and that meant he had to pay the local centers a visit any time a 300 game or 800 triple was rolled to check the lanes for compliance. Sometimes, he had to drive over to an area bowling center late at night in all kinds of weather conditions. The process of checking lanes — all by himself — to make sure they met specifications was a tedious one, especially with the old-school equipment he had to use. Try kneeling down or straddling the lanes when you’re 70-plus years old. Frank was still doing it at age 86.

The Nott Terrace High School graduate, who began bowling when he was 18 and was introduced to the game as a pinsetter at the now-defunct Van Vranken Lanes, also helped run local tournaments, input sanction information into the office computer and was also chairman of the Schenectady USBC’s Hall of Fame and awards banquet committees. If you were inducted into the Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame during the last 50 years, you can thank Frank, and if you attended one of our awards banquet, you got to listen to all of his old jokes. Cornicelli, who once averaged in the 190s when a 200 average was a big deal, had a high game of 299 in 1940. He also rolled a high triple of 698 that included a 298 game. He liked the microphone, and part of his duties at the annual banquet was to announce all the dignitaries in the room.

Speaking of dignitaries, Cornicelli had a special relationship with the talented pros on the PBA Tour. He was the Schenectady USBC’s liaison to the PBA Tour, and he was the guy responsible for lining up the pro bowlers as guest speakers at the banquet every year. Guys like Parker Bohn III, Johnny Petraglia, Bob Learn, Mark Roth, Brad Angelo and Ryan Ciminelli answered Cornicelli’s call to come to the SBA banquet, most recently held at the Water’s Edge Lighthouse. Even Kelly Kulick of the PWBA Tour took her turn as Cornicelli’s special guest. He would often pick them up at the airport and drive them to the banquet himself.

During his NYS USBC Hall of Fame induction banquet, several PBA Tour stars showed up to show their support, and many others wrote congratulatory messages.

“When it comes to making the sport grow, there is no one better,” said the popular Bohn, a PBA Tour legend and one of Cornicelli’s closest friends. Bohn was the featured guest at several SBA Awards Banquets.

“The sport as we know it would be incredibly better if there were more people like Frank, and there is no one more deserving thank Frank [for the NYS Hall of Fame honor],” Bohn said.

“Probably the thing I’m most proud of is helping to get so many players into the SBA Hall of Fame,” Cornicelli told me more than three years ago, the last time I wrote about him. “The fact that I’ve got to meet so many nice people is what I’m grateful for. I’ve never met a bowler I didn’t like.”

He was also extremely proud of the relationship he had with the PBA Tour.

“Put it this way, the last time I saw Pete Weber down in Farmingdale, he came over and hugged me. You are never going to see Pete Weber do something like that,” Cornicelli said.

Cornicelli was a die-hard Boston Red Sox baseball fan and also an avid golfer. Not surprisingly, he was also the longtime league secretary for his golf league, the Nitemen’s Golf League. He played in that league for 66 years and was its secretary for more than 50 years.

“Words cannot express how sad I am to hear of the passing of Frank Cornicelli,” offered former Schenectady USBC president and current association treasurer Steve Renzi, one of a flock of Cornicelli’s friends who took to Facebook to honor their late pal. “Frank was a true ambassador to the sport of bowling and he truly loved all of us who participated in the sport.”

Perhaps nobody except for his wife, Eunice, and the rest of his family knew him better than fellow Schenectady USBC board of director and former president Chet Ciembroniewicz.

“We each called each other Mr. C. That’s how we greeted each other,” Ciembroniewicz said. “We met over 30 years ago, and simply put, we were instant pals, from checking lanes together to being in the office and on all the different committees through the years. The last several years have been very special, from picking him up on Mondays and sometimes Thursdays to go to the lanes, when we would throw his walker in the car and then head out to visit and make the rounds. We know it took 10 minutes to get from lane to lane. He loved it, as did I.

“Mr. C, we were pals since Day 1, and the memories are endless. From the SBA, to the NYS Hall of Fame, to you taking me under your wing to see the guys. We never hung up the phone without asking me about my kids and family, and he always said give the wife a hug for me.”

Here’s a hug from all of us to you Frank.

STRIKES & SPARES

The star lefty tandem of Jessica Aiezza with Scott Rogers defeated Steve Wagoner and partner Ryan Shafer of the PBA50 Tour 455-385 in the championship match of the Over/Under 50 Tournament last weekend at Towne Bowling Academy. Aiezza and Rogers split $1,400, while Wagoner and Shafer shared $700. Other top cashers included John Ferraro with Mike Zarnick ($550), Anthony Scaccia with Jack Scaccia ($550), R.J. Martinez with Laura Rotter ($330), Jody Becker with Brad Lawyer ($330), Jake Rivers with Craig Schoonmaker ($330) and Marc Fowler with Jamie Diamond ($330).

Megan Valik rolled a handicap triple of 765 and earned $400 for winning the Amateur League Bowling Association of New York tournament Sunday at Sportsman’s Bowl. Tom Catino (714, $200) finished second followed by Bob Weiner (744, $95), Dave Wolf (737, $85), Eric Osterhoudt (729, $75), Pete Acompora (720, $65), Kevin Valik (716, $60), Tim Childs (712, $55), Shawn Perez (712, $50), Connie Gerardi (705, $50) and Joe Thibodeau (699, $50). There were 60 entries.

The following juniors excelled at the Pepsi regional at Sportsman’s Bowl last weekend and will advance to the state finals at King Pin Lanes in Rome April 24. Tim Knowles (300-770) and Parker Brown (268-764) in the under-18 boys; Olivia Decitise (269-719) and Lauren Buess (246-714) in the under-18 girls; Derek Bellamy (233-689) and Zach Bombard (288-672) in the under-15 boys; Payton Merrils (246-661) and Cierra Gabriel (218-601) in the under-15 girls; John Lynch (243-656) and Brady O’Connor (188-533) in the under-12 boys; Jordyn Edwards (188-514) and Annabeth Borzymowski (171-444) in the under-12 girls; Maddox Aiezza (216-530) and John Cook III (133-393) in the under-10 boys; Sereniety Jones (119-300) and Kaylee Spendiff (106-281) in the under-10 girls; Jameson Brewer (154-413) and Alexander Bombard (153-406) in the under-8 boys; and Cami Valenzuela (88-229) and Lila Aiezza (78-227) in the under-8 girls.

The Schenectady USBC annual meeting will take place Sunday at 5 p.m. at the District 6 Firehouse. It is open to all sanctioned Schenectady USBC bowlers. The agenda will include the election of directors and a summary of current association affairs.

The 18th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament concludes Sunday with two more qualifiers before the semifinals and finals that afternoon and early evening at Towne Bowling Academy. Entry fee is $70, and the top prize is $3,200.

The 26th annual Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl continues 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.

The Town & Country Invitational double-elimination tournament bracket finals begin Sunday with 64 bowlers in the field.

Towne Bowling Academy will host the inaugural Handicap Trio Tournament on March 27 (2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.), March 28 (10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.) and April 3 (2:30 p.m. 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.

Also at Towne Bowling Academy will be the Youth Baker Doubles Friday, April 9 (4 p.m.), Saturday April 10 (2 p.m.), Friday April 16 (4 p.m.) and Saturday, April 17 (2 p.m.). There will be three divisions: Under 18, Under 15 and Under 12. Entry fee is $50 per team. There will be eight Baker games.

Sportsman’s Bowl is hosting its annual Tavern Tournament this Sunday 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.

Don Herrington reached the semifinals of the PBA50 Fayettville Open over the weekend. In one of the best clutch performances of his pro career, he earned $1,000.

In national PBA Tour news, both Walter Ray Williams and Pete Weber announced that they bowled in their final tournament as full-time members of the tour this week during the PBA World Series of Bowling.

Boulevard Bowl is the host for the 96th annual New York State USBC Open Championships from April 17 through May 16, with several squads each day on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. For more information, contact NYS USBC Tournament Manager Angelo Corradino (845-363-1374). There are already 70 teams and roughly the same amount of doubles/singles entries reserved.

The ninth annual TNBA Albany Senate Doubles Tournament will be held April 24-25 and May 1-2 at East Greenbush Bowling Center. Squad teams will be 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. each day. Entry fee is $65 per team. Handicap will be 80 percent of the difference of the team’s average and 440. For more information, call Natalie Samuel (518-364-0080) or Robert Danzy (518-507-2218).

Dominick Siciliano (878 handicap triple) and Jayson Capullo (777) were the top two finishers in Division 3 of the BPAA Junior Scholarship Tournament recently at Towne Bowling Academy. Matt Sajise (780) and Matt Rogers (758) finished 1-2 in Division 2, while Omar Vojnar (773) and Jacob Taylor (731) were the top finishers in Division 1. For the girls, Katie Delaney (735) and Kianna Macapinlac (719) were best in Division 5; Kali Rahm (717) and Lila Aiezza (714) topped Division 4; Marissa Phillips (788) and Kiara Beehm (775) led Division 6. They advance to state competition next.

MAJOR BOWLING

Dwayne Coonradt found the line for a 289 game and a 783 triple, Tom Earl delivered a 278-768, Rich Strath drilled a 268-742 and Debbie Capullo tossed a 257-734 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Mike Piotrowski continued his excellent bowling in the second half of the season with a 278-782 to edge Rich Ellis (296-781) and David Sader (279-767) for top honors in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl, Kyle Wilkins delivered a 268-1,017 four-game series, B.J. Smith shot a 258-916 and Robin Fredenburgh hammered a 235-913.

Don Herrington slammed a 279 game and a 1,030 four-game series, Liz Kuhlkin connected for a 279-995, Jenn Schissler ripped a 267-988 and Joe VanDerLinden shot a 257-972 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 20-10, J & F Lawn Care 20-10, Vito Sindoni & Son 20-10, Downs Roofing 18-12, 20 North 18-12, TSS Printing & Awards 17-13, Team 4 17-13, Towne Bowling Academy 15-15, Rollarama 14-16, Syron’s Meat Market 13-17, KKV Recovery 13-17, Action Bowling Supply 11-19, Home Tech Electronics 8-22, D & D Lawncare 6-24.

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Match summaries

TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Dwayne Coonradt 289-280-214 — 783, Paul Dumas 265-196-235 — 696, Rick Speckhardt 279-201-227 — 707, Steve Wagoner 248-192-185 — 625. Totals: 1,081-869-861 — 2,811.

D & D Lawncare (1)

Karrie Blake 208-237-192 — 637, Laura Rotter 189-198-176 — 563, Bill Judge 225-194-176 — 595, Patti Tenyenhuis 204-248-171 — 623. Totals: 826-877-715 — 2,418.

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Action Bowling Supply (2)

Bob Messick 258-225-211 — 694, Natasha Bidwell 236-199-166 — 601, Matt Fazzone 216-258-228 — 702, Matt Kallner 257-225-236 — 718. Totals: 967-907-841 — 2,715.

KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 215-174-228 — 617, Jackie Malone 228-192-247 — 667, Bob Evans 192-255-207 — 654, Vinny Struffolino 223-217-188 — 628. Totals: 858-838-870 — 2,566.

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Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 213-234-278 — 725, Brandon Wolf 213-239-197 — 649, Don Herrington 216-195-182 — 593, Ken LaBelle Jr. 258-268-186 — 712. Totals: 900-936-843 — 2,679.

DeCrescente Distributing (1)

Jessica Aiezza 226-178-235 — 639, Mark Kuhlkin 201-217-245 — 663, Scott Rogers 212-204-245 — 661, Liz Kuhlkin 224-213-258 — 695. Totals: 863-812-983 — 2,658.

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Downs Roofing (0)

Nick Barnes 224-245-190 — 659, Ryan Karabin 247-224-238 — 709, Billy Wigand 249-245-235 — 729, P.J. Derenzo 158-224-220 — 602. Totals: 878-938-883 — 2,699.

J & F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 231-269-205 — 705, R.J. Martinez 297-216-223 — 736, Steve Hallenbeck 224-227-274 — 725, Joe DeVellis 219-247-232 — 698. Totals: 971-959-934 — 2,864.

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Rollarama (2)

Ryan Gahan 168-180-225 — 573, Keith Lawyer 190-163-167 — 520, Dan Rotter 222-160-223 — 605, Ron Paradiso 204-187-264 — 655. Totals: 784-690-879 — 2,353.

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 194-199-207 — 600, Kenny Livengood 151-224-199 — 574, Chris Radliff 163-257-244 — 664, Joe Mazuryk 225-205-211 — 641. Totals: 733-895-861 — 2,479.

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Home Tech Electronics (0)

Jenn Schissler 186-188-225 — 599, Chuck Schissler 186-182-224 — 592, Ronnie Zadrozny 257-204-220 — 681, Gabe Criscuolo 210-213-206 — 629. Totals: 839-787-875 — 2,501.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 278-267-223 — 768, Tom DiBell 237-223-279 — 739, Marty Capullo Jr 267-175-210 — 652, Debbie Capullo 256-221-257 — 734. Totals: 1,038-886-969 — 2,893.

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Team 4 (0)

Cassius Boyd 177-197-206 — 580, John Maurceri 190-182-153 — 525, Charlie Provost 257-244-232 — 733, Marc Fowler 191-207-215 — 613. Totals: 815-830-806 — 2,451.

Vito Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 268-256-212 — 736, Mike DiCerbo 204-238-229 — 671, Rich Strath 268-258-216 — 742, Joe VanDerLinden 238-218-213 — 669. Totals: 978-970-870 — 2,818.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 28-4, Bob’s Pro Shop 26-6, Universal Auto Parts 24-8, Café One-Eleven 19.5-12.5, Next Level Detailing 18-14, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 18-14, Metroland Photo 16-16, Mike’s Hot Dogs 13.5-18.5, The Appliance Specialist 13-19, G & Dz Pizza 8-24, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 4-28, I.D.I.D. 4-28.

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Match summaries

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (1)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 211-211-211 — 633, Ted Klonowski Jr. 17-159-177 — 503, Jim Petronis 235-174-245 — 654, Jackielynn Noble 255-248-248 — 751. Totals: 868-792-881 — 2,541.

Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

Fred McMahon 211-223-205 — 639, B.J. Rucinski Jr. 253-246-222 — 721, Bob Tedesco Jr. 224-256-200 — 680, Mike Smith 258-246-189 — 693. Totals: 946-971-816 — 2,733.

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Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 237-225-191 — 653, Dave Bingham (absent) 216-216-216 — 648, John Musto Jr. 259-258-198 — 715, Jamie Diamond 247-204-270 — 721. Totals: 959-903-875 — 2,737.

G & Dz Pizza (1)

Jason Deitz 163-190-200 — 553, Ernest Laduke Jr. 147-149-181 — 477, Rich Ellis 260-296-225 — 781, Mike Piotrowski 268-278-236 — 782. Totals: 838-913-842 — 2,593.

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Rollin Smoke BBQ (3)

John Leone 226-236-234 — 696, Bill Carl 225-226-259 — 710, Kalynn Carl 192-257-245 — 694, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 876-952-971 — 2,799.

Next Level Detailing (1)

Mike Guidarelli 213-218-289 — 720, Jim Bassotti 212-223-193 — 628, Jim Parker (absent) 225-225-225 — 675, Matt Swiatocha 248-200-225 — 673. Totals: 898-866-932 — 2,696.

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I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 181-166-193 — 540, Joe Gordon 156-188-158 — 502, Mike Liberatore 237-245-244 — 726, A.J. Perone 186-216-181 — 583. Totals: 760-815-776 — 2,351.

Café One-Eleven (4)

Joe DiBiase 176-215-195 — 586, Rob Mengel 177-213-232 — 622, Cory Buckley 223-206-227 — 656, Tyler Mochrie 202-239-248 — 689. Totals: 778-873-902 — 2,553.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (3)

Doug Semerad 276-225-213 — 714, Tammy Sader 179-257-215 — 651, David Sader 279-277-211 — 767, Kevin Palmer 244-192-176 — 612. Totals: 978-951-815 — 2,744.

Metroland Photo (1)

Lee Quivey 180-224-210 — 624, Steve Renzi 246-188-206 — 604, Mike Gallitelli 215-225-269 — 709, B.J. Smith Jr. 225-225-188 — 638. Totals: 876-862-873 — 2,611.

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Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 239-279-171 — 689, Bill Heaphy III 194-219-194 — 607, Chris Smith 225-214-179 — 618, Chris Fedden 247-167-196 — 610. Totals: 905-879-740 — 2,524.

The Appliance Specialist (1)

Melissa Bogholtz 213-215-178 — 606, Steve Fawcett 182-144-188 — 514, Zach Gravell 191-182-233 — 606, Chris Fawcett 267-237-212 — 716. Totals: 853-778-811 — 2,442.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Derenzo’s Tax Service 24-11, Masons Automotive 23-12, Downs Roofing 17-18, D.A. Parisi & Co. 17-18, Kalpro 16-19, Boulevard Bowl 8-27.

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Match summaries

Kalpro (3)

Keith Lawyer 209-205-217-237 — 868, Kyle Wilkins 268-267-259-223 — 1,017, Joe Carusone 215-245-176-173 — 809. Totals: 692-717-652-633 — 2,694.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (2)

P.J. Derenzo 222-173-236-215 — 846, Steve Renzi 259-194-212-181 — 846, Bob Tuttle 224-200-233-168 — 825. Totals: 705-567-681-564 — 2,517.

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Boulevard Bowl (0)

Mike Scaccia 232-205-206-202 — 845, Brian Hart 246-224-182-188 — 840, Zach Mecca 167-203-150-236 — 756. Totals: 645-632-538-626 — 2,441.

Masons Automotive (5)

Mark Hansen 203-202-226-223 — 854, Robin Fredenburgh 228-235-215-235 — 913, B.J. Smith Jr. 258-223-223-221 — 916. Totals: 689-660-664-670 — 2,683.

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Downs Roofing (1)

Zach Strachan 195-192-151-204 — 742, Tony Bianchi 195-181-199-182 — 757, Ryan Karabin 237-205-257-202 — 901. Totals: 627-578-607-588 — 2,400.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (4)

Joho Mecca 237-205-180-232 — 854, Jeff Williams 221-172-217-154 — 764, Ken Wilkins 225-225-166-223 — 839. Totals: 683-602-563-609 — 2,457.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 138-82, CDMVS 134-86, Sindoni Sausage 132.5-87.5, Towne Bowling Academy 130.5-89.5, TSS Printing & Awards 126-94, A Touch of Country Florist 122-98, Pete’s Auto 121-99, Sportsman’s Bowl 115-105, Rogers MotorSports 114.5-105.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 109-111, Next Level Detailing 108-112, Loyal Nutrition 106-114, Broadway Lunch 105-115, Team Criscuolo 103.5-116.5, Never Enough Performance 98.5-121.5, 15 Church 98.5-121.5, Team Barnes 97-123, J & U 83.5-136.5, Boulevard Bowl 83-137, A-Plus Heating & Cooling 74.5-145.5.

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Match summaries

Next Level Detailing (11)

Kim Swiatocha 204-206-205-192 — 807, Matt Swiatocha 209-219-227-258 — 913. Totals: 432-444-451-469 — 1,796.

Loyal Nutrition (9)

Amber Dominic 190-171-160-225 — 746, Vinny Struffolino 219-203-217-225 — 864. Totals: 409-374-377-450 — 1,786.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (14)

Lindsey McPhail 237-206-192-203 — 838, Don Herrington 257-257-237-279 — 1,030. Totals: 506-475-441-494 — 1,016.

Never Enough Performance (6)

Kate Clark 224-258-199-206 — 887, Jamie Duncan 227-207-194-210 — 838. Totals: 490-504-432-455 — 1,881.

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Team Criscuolo (11)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 140-224-150-161 — 675, Gabe Criscuolo 187-290-236-239 — 952. Totals: 399-586-458-472 — 1,915.

Team Barnes (9)

Kaitlyn Barnes 182-247-217-226 — 872, Marty Capullo Jr. 258-235-228-198 — 919. Totals: 469-511-474-453 — 1,907.

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15 Church (12.5)

Aliyah Liberatore 248-213-177-225 — 863, Ben Empie 181-182-168-183 — 714. Totals: 429-395-345-408 — 1,833.

J & U (7.5)

Ursula Pasquerella 216-152-220-170 — 758, Joe Venduro 200-246-204-244 — 894. Totals: 460-442-468-458 — 1,828.

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Boulevard Bowl (9)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 205-226-191-178 — 800, Lee Quivey 232-194-183-188 — 797. Totals: 485-468-422-414 — 1,789.

A-Plus Heating (11)

Michelle Largeteau 154-117-143-167 — 581, Tony Pasquerella 146-213-189-190 — 738. Totals: 416-446-448-473 — 1,783.

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Team 11 (9)

Kris Impellizzeri 202-248-205-258 — 913, Scott Rogers 247-205-235-208 — 895. Totals: 466-470-457-483 — 1,876.

CDVMVS (11)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 239-223-244-157 — 863, John Askew 238-232-246-233 — 949. Totals: 492-470-505-405 — 1,872.

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Towne Bowling Academy (11)

Debbie Capullo 267-214-227-233 — 941, Ryan Gahan 215-200-246-219 — 880. Totals: 502-434-493-472 — 1,901.

TSS Printing & Awards (9)

Jackie Malone 191-255-246-229 — 921, Paul Dumas 184-218-222-188 — 812. Totals: 407-505-500-449 — 1,861.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (0)

Erika Poje 188-181-160-199 — 728, Nick DiCerbo 190-162-190-198 — 740. Totals: 411-376-383-430 — 1,600.

Sindoni Sausage (20)

Liz Kuhlkin 256-279-221-239 — 995, Joe VanDerLinden 241-257-238-236 — 972. Totals: 499-538-461-477 — 1,975.

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Rogers MotorSports (3)

Laura Rotter 205-173-189-216 — 783, Tom Rogers 192-173-255-201 — 821. Totals: 437-386-484-457 — 1,764.

A Touch of Country Florist (17)

Janelle Irwin 159-212-277-212 — 860, Steve Irwin 268-178-236-231 — 913. Totals: 469-432-555-485 — 1,941.

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Broadway Lunch (1)

Renee Earl 230-195-165-179 — 769, Tom Earl 237-212-237-233 — 919. Totals: 499-439-4334-444 — 1,816.

Pete’s Auto (19)

Jenn Schissler 267-216-246-259 — 988, Chuckie Schissler 224-196-209-214 — 843. Totals: 536-457-500-518 — 2,011.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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