In the Pocket: Criscuolo is on fast track to success

Gabe Criscuolo Jr. and his wife Elizabeth recently moved to Schenectady and are avid bowlers. Gabe Criscuolorecently rolled his first 300 game, and Elizabeth Criscuolois a former Schenectady USBC Women’s Singles champion.
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Gabe Criscuolo Jr. and his wife Elizabeth recently moved to Schenectady and are avid bowlers. Gabe Criscuolorecently rolled his first 300 game, and Elizabeth Criscuolois a former Schenectady USBC Women’s Singles champion.

Although 41-year-old Gabe Criscuolo Jr. only became serious about the sport of bowling roughly seven years ago, his desire to excel put him on a fast track to success. Don’t be surprised if he pops up in a bowling center near you. This guy loves to roll the rock.

Now living in Schenectady, Criscuolo, and his wife Elizabeth, the Senior Pastor at Nazarene Church, are both originally from Connecticut. They only dabbled in tenpins until fairly recently. Yet both of them have become passionate about the game and the many friends they meet at the lanes.

“I bowled a little in grade school, when I was maybe 11 or 12 years old, but I started working really young, and I got my first real job in high school,” said Criscuolo, a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut and a graduate of Central Magnet High School. “I didn’t get to bowl much because of my job, but I would go open bowling a few times with my friends. I had an old Columbia CUDA ball and I would take it with me wherever I went. I didn’t even have my own shoes, and a lot of my friends were surprised that I had my own ball.”

After high school, Criscuolo followed his wife to college in Kansas City and the couple moved around quite frequently, eventually settling in the Binghamton area.

“We bounced around and then lived in the Binghamton area for a while,” he explained. “My wife would go to work, and when I wasn’t working, I would be home playing video games. I didn’t have much of a social circle. It’s kind of hard when you move around as much as we have.

“But Liz and my father tried to get me to do something and to meet some people, so they recommended I try a bowling league. There was a bowling center across from the State Farm office where I used to work. They had a fun spring league, and Liz and I decided to bowl together. Then in the fall of 2014, we got into a fall league, and we kind of got serious about bowling. I finally got my bowling ball drilled correctly, as I was still using the same ball I had when I was 12 and my hand didn’t fit in the grips correctly anymore.”

Criscuolo gradually got into several leagues, including a sport league that included regional pros like Jim Thomas, Ryan Galli and Phil Drumm.

“As a gamer, I always liked to put the difficulty level as high as I could get it, so it was the same thing with bowling,” Criscuolo said. “I was a brand new bowler, but I liked challenges, so I would bowl with the pros even though I was sometimes struggling to hit 130. I quickly realized that bowling with them was making me better, so I stuck with it.”

Fast forward to a couple of years ago, when the Criscuolos moved to Schenectady. Gabe became obsessed with bowling at the highest level possible.

“I bowled a lot when I was in Binghamton,” Criscuolo said, “I bowled hundreds of sanctioned games before I moved here, and I probably bowled 500-600 games of practice. I love bowling more than most things. It’s given me friends and something to do. It’s also given me something to focus my energy on. I love all the communities in bowling. From my point of view, I don’t understand when people say the sport of bowling is dying because, from where I stand, I don’t see that at all.”

Criscuolo currently is competing in three major leagues — the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League, the Towne Majors, where he has been subbing for Jeremy Clute, and the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league with his wife. All three leagues are at Towne Bowling Academy. He is averaging between 208 and 212 in all three leagues. Plus, he has been subbing in several other leagues, including the Capital District All Star league Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Recently, Criscuolo rolled his first 300 game, something that surprised his peers considering his talent.

“I throw the ball OK most nights, and most people are surprised that I’ve been bowling for only a few years,” he said. “They also were surprised that I didn’t have a 300 game yet, especially since most of the bowlers around here have at least one. I got close a few times with several 279s and 290s. I’ve had the front 11 a couple of times, but my nerves are a thing. I’m getting better about battling the nerves now, especially since I’ve been competing in tournaments and putting pressure on myself to do as well as possible.”

Criscuolo does have an 800 triple, bowled in the Alley Kats Mixed league at Towne Bowling Academy. He started out with a 516 for the first two games, and then struck twice in the 10th and left a solid 8-pin on his final toss to reach the special milestone with an 816.

“My best average was a 214 last season, and I’m still working hard on my game,” he said. “I use mostly MOTIV equipment, but I’ve thrown everything. I have a rather large bowling ball collection. I even bought a ball spinner and I’m just learning how to incorporate adjusting ball surfaces on my equipment.”

Criscuolo loves bowling in both leagues and tournaments, and even practice, but he enjoys it even more when competing with his wife.

“I love bowling Wednesdays with my wife. I bowl best with her. I’m nice and relaxed,” he said. “I’m still competitive, but it’s our night out. I treat it like that. It’s nice to win prize money and win points, but that’s not necessarily the goal. I’ve had some success in leagues before. I’ve been in a couple of good leagues over the years, but bowling started out as a social activity for me. More than anything, it’s a good way to go and hang out with some good friends.”

Bowling is definitely a family affair. Elizabeth Criscuolo enjoyed success on the lanes even before her husband when they first came to the Capital Region. She won the Schenectady USBC Women’s Singles Championship in her first try. Since then, she’s been on a crusade to lose weight and work out. Her game has suffered a bit, but she’s been improving lately and still enjoying the competition.

Meanwhile, Gabe Criscuolo keeps busy off the lanes as a sophomore student at University at Albany. He majors in Japanese and minors in education. He hopes to someday move to Japan with his wife.

“I took Japanese in high school, and I’m into the Japanese culture and video games. I’ve been there with my wife before,” he explained. “I always wanted to live there, ever since we went there for the first time. There are some opportunities in business and in teaching over there. I love Japan, and to live in Japan for part of my life would be cool. Besides, Japan loves bowling.”

ANOTHER STAR GONE

Very sorry to hear that another area bowling standout, Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Ted Klonowski Jr., died recently after a heart attack. The affable Klonowski was the longtime owner of Klonowski’s Bowling & Billiards Supplies on State Street in Schenectady, and owned a fantastic resume on the lanes despite battling an arthritic condition in his spine.

Klonowski was a Schenectady native who started out as an excellent all-around athlete for Mohonasen High School, competing as an all-county shortstop and for the football team before getting a late start in the bowling game at age 15.

He went on to become one of the top bowlers in the Schenectady Bowling Association, winning several average championships in the City League. He joined the Professional Bowlers Association in 1966 and competed part-time on the PBA Tour until 1982. He finished in 19th place in the Toledo Open and after winning the local qualifier into the U.S. Open, called the Capital Region Match Game Championship, he got the opportunity to bowl with legends like Nelson Burton Jr. Klonowski was even in 11th place after the first two squads.

Klonowski, known for his ball-drilling expertise as well as for giving bowling lessons earlier in his career, sponsored a team in the Sportsman’s Majors and also continued to bowl on that team for many years.

STRIKES & SPARES

Team Sader shot 2,352 to win the team handicap title at the Schenectady USBC Open Championship at Sportsman’s Bowl. Team Criscuolo (2,300), Team Renzi (2,286), Team Cacckello (2,285), Scaccia No. 7 (2,260), Team Nash (2,260), Team Smith (2,242), Team Hertz (2,209) and Team Bauer (2,208) rounded out the leaders. In the team scratch division, Team Renzi (2,127) triumphed ahead of Team Smith No. 2 (2,101), Team Fawcett (2,008), Team Smith (2,089) and Scaccia No. 7 (2,083). Zachary Phillips shot an 855 to secure the handicap singles title, with Tony Cacckello (832), Richard Bauer (831), Steve Renzi (817) and John Panetta (797) completing the top five. Tammy Sader won the scratch singles crown with a 793, followed by Phillips (772), Bauer (769), Renzi (763) and Fawcett (747).

The Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Singles Tournament will be held April 10-11 at Towne Bowling Academy at 2 p.m. each day. Handicap will be 90% of 240 and entry fee will be $25. For reservations, contact tournament director Jackie Oliveira (518-522-5766) or Schenectady USBC manager Lloyd Denny (518-355-5632).

Matt Fazzone advanced to the Round of 4 at the New England Bowling Association tournament over the weekend at HOF Silver Lanes in East Hartford, Connecticut. He earned $500. Fellow Towne Bowling Academy lefty standout Jessica Aiezza advanced to the Round of 16 and cashed for $240.

Revolutions Pro Shop operator and former PBA50 Player of the Year Brian LeClair rolled a 300 game to earn the top spot for match play and then finished second to Ryan Shafer in the PBA50 East Region Crystal Lanes Open in Corning. LeClair won $1,000, while Don Herrington finished ninth and earned $700. Rich Strath cashed for $275.

Town & Country Lanes will host the John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament with qualifiers April 11 at 9 a.m. and noon. There will be a maximum of 36 teams per shift. Entry fee is $130 per team, and one in six teams advance to the finals. This is a scratch event. The finals will be a seeded bracket with the top team from each shift getting the top seed. Call Anthony Scaccia (518-881-5054) or Julie Drexel (518-461-2564) for reservations.

Tom Reed won the six-game sweeper over the weekend at Uncle Sam Lanes and took home $240.

The Blizzard Bowl wraps up its final squad April 11 at 11:45 a.m. at Boulevard Bowl. Entry fee is $25 per person in the four-person team event. Call 518-374-4171 for reservations.

The Towne Bowling Academy Trio Tournament concludes this weekend with two squads Saturday (2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.). Handicap is 90% of a 690 team average and entry fee is $105 per team, plus $10 optional fees for handicap single or scratch single. First place is $1,800, based on 80 teams.

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.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of Albany closes out its season with The Main Event April 25 at Spare Time-Latham at 9:30 a.m. Anyone who has bowled at least one A.L.B.A.N.Y. event this season is eligible. First place will pay $600, followed by $300 for second and $200 for third. Half the field will be guaranteed to receive $25, and there will be a complimentary Italian buffet. Handicap is 100% of 215. The top three bowlers will advance to the stepladder finals. Entry fee is $40 if paid by April 18 and $50 after that. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

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 more than 130 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% 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).

Towne Bowling Academy’s Kentucky Derby Tournament will be held May 1 at 1 p.m. Top prize will be $1,000, based on 50 entries. Entry fee is $45. The field will be limited to the first 60 bowlers. Each bowler will roll two games on a challenge pattern in the opening round. To advance, bowlers must roll at least 420, but if they don’t, they have the option to buy into the second round for an additional $15. In the second round, all bowlers roll one more game, and they need a 215 or better to advance. Once again, if they don’t get at least a 215, they can buy into the third round for another $15. In the third round, bowlers must roll at least a 220 to advance. They can buy into the next round unless they have already used two buy-ins. Following the third round, the cut will increase by five pins, and the tournament will continue until there is a winner.

MAJOR BOWLING

Chris Fawcett recorded games of 299, 279 and 279 en route to an 857 triple, Kris Impellizzeri tossed a 258-741 and Kalynn Carl fired a 278-732 for the featured performances in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Two-hander Ryan Karabin cranked out a 299 game during an 812 triple, Tom Earl shot a 290-757, Billy Wigand ripped a 758 and Liz Kuhlkin fired a 727 to pace the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Dean Halpin slammed a pair of 279 games during a 1,030 four-game series, Robin Fredenburgh fired a 279-961 and Ken Wilkins tossed a 267-944 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Marty Capullo Jr. recorded a 290-1,042 four-game series, Kuhlkin registered a 280-987, Matt Swiatocha shot a 267-956 and Paul Dumas delivered a 271-947 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Vito Sindoni & Son 25-11, DeCrescente Distributing 24-12, J&F Lawn Care 24-12, Downs Roofing 24-12, 20 North 21-15, TSS Printing & Awards 20-16, Towne Bowling Academy 19-17, Team 4 18-18, Syron’s Meat Market 17-19, Rollarama 16-20, KKV Recovery 15-21, Action Bowling Supply 12-24, Home Tech Electronics 9-27, D&D Lawncare 8-28.

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Match summaries

DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 235-191-269 — 695, Mark Kuhlkin 214-232-218 — 664, Scott Rogers 197-222-256 — 675, Liz Kuhlkin 266-247-214 — 727. Totals: 912-892-957 — 2,761.

20 North (0)

Tommy Donato 257-190-180 — 627, Kenny Livengood 235-166-12 — 613, Joel Donato 191-217-258 — 666, Bob Martinez 227-222-208 — 657. Totals: 910-795-858 — 2,563.

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Home Tech Electronics (1)

Jenn Schissler 279-213-208 — 700, Chuck Schissler 160-203-179 — 542, Ronnie Zadrozny 209-254-216 — 679, Gabe Criscuolo 181-160-193 — 534. Totals: 829-830-796 — 2,455.

J&F Lawn Care (2)

Jason Brown 197-170-248 — 615, R.J. Martinez 221-259-208 — 688, Joe DeVellis 225-213-257 — 695, Steve Hallenbeck 169-210-239 — 618. Totals: 812-852-952 — 2,616.

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Rollarama (0)

Ryan Gahan 166-213-269 — 648, Keith Lawyer 180-161-188 — 529, Mike Voss 206-169-145 — 520, Dan Rotter 203-206-144 — 553. Totals: 755-749-746 — 2,250.

Vito Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 166-159-231 — 556, Mike DiCerbo 200-233-191 — 624, Rich Strath 253-200-212 — 665, Joe VanDerLinden 223-279-216 — 718. Totals: 842-871-850 — 2,563.

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KKC Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 207-169-258 — 634, Jackie Malone (absent) 200-190-190 — 580, Bob Evans 195-157-200 — 552, Vinny Struffolino 201-217-231 — 649. Totals: 803-733-879 — 2,415.

Towne Bowling Academy (2)

Tom Earl 264-290-203 — 757, Tom DiBell 155-195-203 — 553, Marty Capullo Jr. 177-205-246 — 628, Debbie Capullo 204-226-258 — 688. Totals: 800-916-910 — 2,626.

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Syron’s Meat Market (1)

Ken Wilkins 236-234-175 — 645, Brandon Wolf 226-246-180 — 652, Don Herrington 236-225-280 — 741, Ken LaBelle Jr. 181-202-238 — 621. Totals: 879-907-873 — 2,659.

TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Dwayne Coonradt 236-202-202 — 640, Paul Dumas 277-258-202 — 737, Rick Speckhardt 236-242-187 — 665, Steve Wagoner 247-206-203 — 656. Totals: 996-908-794 — 2,698.

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Downs Roofing (3)

P.J. Derenzo 207-200-235 — 642, Nick Barnes 208-203-186 — 597, Ryan Karabin 299-255-258 — 812, Billy Wigand 257-252-246 — 755. Totals: 971-910-925 — 2,806.

Team 4 (0)

Cassius Boyd 195-182-226 — 603, Ron Matteo 179-201-234 — 614, Charlie Provost 202-201-203 — 606, Eric Quinlivan 221-201-224 — 646. Totals: 797-785-887 — 2,469.

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D&D Lawncare (2)

Karrie Blake 200-277-221 — 698, Laura Rotter 208-203-247 — 658, Bill Nolan 210-217-189 — 616, Patti Tenyenhuis 203-215-278 — 696. Totals: 821-912-935 — 2,668.

Action Bowling Supply (1)

Rit Fazzone 148-192-185 — 525, Bob Messick 259-224-211 — 694, Natasha Bidwell 200-184-224 — 608, Matt Fazzone 217-257-278 — 752. Totals: 824-857-898 — 2,579.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 34-6, Universal Auto Parts 29-11, Bob’s Pro Shop 28-12, Café One-Eleven 25.5-14.5, Next Level Detailing 23-17, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 23-17, Metroland Photo 21-19, The Appliance Specialist 21-19, Mike’s Hot Dogs 15.5-24.5, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 8-32, G & Dz Pizza 8-32, I.D.I.D. 4-36.

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Match summaries

G & Dz Pizza (0)

Jason Deitz 172-180-213 — 565, Ernest Laduke Jr. 175-182-209 — 566, Gary Neumann 234-216-207 — 657, Rich Ellis 219-279-199 — 697. Totals: 800-857-828 — 2,485.

Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 227-202-203 — 632, Jim Bassotti 228-216-237 — 681, Jim Parker (absent) 225-225-225 — 675, Tom Siatkowski 248-247-226 — 721. Totals: 928-890-891 — 2,709.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (2)

John Leone 226-248-215 — 689, Bill Carl 233-194-208 — 635, Kalynn Carl 278-218-236 — 732, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 970-893-892 — 2,755.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (2)

Doug Semerad 206-258-246 — 710, Tammy Sader 216-200-235 — 651, Rich Rogaski 193-220-181 — 594, Kevin Palmer 208-224-258 — 690. Totals: 823-902-920 — 2,645.

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Café One-Eleven (3)

Joe DiBiase 234-226-169 — 629, Rob Mengel 196-232-187 — 615, Cory Buckley 215-213-245 — 673, Tyler Mochrie 213-238-208 — 659, Totals: 858-909-809 — 2,576.

Bob’s Pro Shop (1)

Fred McMahon 258-236-222 — 716, B.J. Rucinski J. 254-159-223 — 636, Bob Tedesco Jr. 221-210-160 — 591, Mike Smith 219-204-203 — 626. Totals: 952-809-808 — 2,569.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 211-211-211 — 633, Jackielynn Noble 279-222-153 — 654, Jim Petronis 204-191-212 — 607, Bob Mock 213-247-192 — 652. Totals: 907-871-768 — 2,546.

The Appliance Specialist (4)

Kris Impellizzeri 226-257-258 — 741, Steve Fawcett 200-146-212 — 559, Zach Gravell 187-244-190 — 621, Chris Fawcett 299-279-279 — 857. Totals: 912-926-940 — 2,778.

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I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 216-223-198 — 637, Joe Gordon 171-200-162 — 533, Jim Valentino 177-166-178 — 521, A.J. Perone 206-187-202 — 595. Totals: 770-776-740 — 2,286.

Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 191-247-214 — 652, Bill Heaphy III 216-267-206 — 689, Chris Smith 279-205-201 — 685, Chris Fedden 245-224-200 — 669. Totals: 931-943-821 — 2,695.

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Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 204-189-256 — 649, Dave Bingham 241-243-204 — 688, John Musto Jr. 234-258-187 — 679, Jamie Diamond 236-254-216 — 706. Totals: 915-944-863 — 2,722.

Metroland Photo (1)

Lee Quivey 204-214-161 — 579, Steve Renzi 214-259-194 — 667, Mike Gallitelli 196-244-248 — 688, B.J. Smith Jr. 247-247-225 — 719. Totals: 861-964-828 — 2,653.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Masons Automotive 31-14, Derenzo’s Tax Service 27-18, Kalpro 22.5-22.5, D.A. Parisi & Co. 21-24, Downs Roofing 20-25, Boulevard Bowl 13.5-31.5.

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Match summaries

D.A. Parisi & Co. (3)

Lee Quivey 205-222-223 — 650, John Mecca 190 game; Jeff Williams 231-210-235-222 — 898, Ken Wilkins 226-258-193-267 — 944. Totals: 647-673-650-712 — 2,682.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (2)

P.J. Derenzo 155-169-159-225 — 708, Mark Derenzo 238-236-205-247 — 926, Dean Halpin 279-245-227-279 — 1,030. Totals: 672-650-591-751 — 2,664.

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Downs Roofing (1)

Zach Strachan 237-216-177-207 — 837, Tony Bianchi 216-179-212-216 — 823, Ryan Karabin 223-246-185-191 — 845. Totals: 676-41-574-614 — 2,505.

Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 216-196-203-190 — 805, Robin Fredenburgh 224-256-279-202 — 961, B.J. Smith Jr. 221-232-228-237 — 918. Totals: 661-684-710-629 — 2,684.

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Kalpro (0)

Keith Lawyer 231-254-214-184 — 883, Kyle Wilkins 162-178-168-164 — 672, Joe Carusone 191-276-197-225 — 889. Totals: 584-708-579-573 — 2,444.

Boulevard Bowl (5)

Brian Hart 214-269-233-206 — 922, Cory Bennett 203-162-181-164 — 710, Don Cross 190-190-166-203 — 749. Totals: 607-621-580-573 — 2,381.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 163-97, CDMVS 161-99, Sindoni Sausage 156.5-103.5, Towne Bowling Academy 148.5-111.5, A Touch of Country Florist 146-114, Sportsman’s Bowl 146-114, Rogers MotorSports 143.5-116.5, TSS Printing & Awards 141-119, Next Level Detailing 136-124, Revolutions Pro Shop 129-131, Pete’s Auto 128.5-131.5, Loyal Nutrition 126-134, Broadway Lunch 124-136, Team Criscuolo 122.5-137.5, Team Barnes 121-139, 15 Church 116.5-143.5, Never Enough Performance 114.5-145.5, J & U 101-159, Boulevard Bowl 90-170, A-Plus Heating 85.5-174.5.

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Match summaries

Rogers MotorSports (17)

Kelly Chrzanowski 228-231-226-205 — 890, Tom Rogers 201-205-171-243 — 820. Totals: 461-468-429-480 — 1,838.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Debbie Capullo 201-151-192-229 — 773, Ryan Gahan 222-173-212-189 — 796. Totals: 442-343-423-437 — 1,645.

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Sindoni Sausage (16)

Liz Kuhlkin 227-247-280-233 — 987, Joe VanDerLinden 210-257-257-193 — 917. Totals: 439-506-539-428 — 1,912.

J & U (4)

Ursula Pasquerella 193-216-214-205 — 828, Joe Venduro 169-172-269-193 — 803. Totals: 405-431-526-441 — 1,803.

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Team Barnes (19)

Catie Bell 212-237-256-205 — 910, Marty Capullo Jr. 268-290-226-258 — 1,042. Totals: 516-563-518-499 — 2,096.

Pete’s Auto (1)

Jenn Schissler 191-245-279-207 — 922, Chuckie Schissler 207-204-175-166 — 752. Totals: 442-493-498-417 — 1,850.

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Boulevard Bowl (3)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 191-164-157-178 — 690, Cliff Ruth 212-188-202-182 — 784. Totals: 442-391-398-399 — 1,630.

Sportsman’s Bowl (17)

Erika Poje 235-171-179-194 — 779, Nick DiCerbo 278-212-225-155 — 870. Totals: 551-421-442-387 — 1,801.

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Loyal Nutrition (15)

Amber Dominic 233-185-194-146 — 758, Vinny Struffolino 201-202-221-201 — 825. Totals: 479-432-460-392 — 1,763.

A-Plus Heating & Cooling (5)

Michelle Largeteau 168-116-130-117 — 531, Tony Pasquerella 187-199-188-175 — 749. Totals: 470-430-433-407 — 1,740.

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A Touch of Country Florist (9)

Janelle Irwin 178-205-218-177 — 778, Steve Irwin 238-171-218-238 — 865. Totals: 457-417-477-456 — 1,807.

CDMVS (11)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 242-237-194-248 — 921, John Askew 174-226-227-216 — 843. Totals: 431-478-436-479 — 1,824.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (12)

Cheyanne McPhail 269-216-182-154 — 821, Don Herrington 223-246-219-213 — 901. Totals: 512-482-421-387 — 1,802.

Never Enough Performance (8)

Kate Clark 192-213-205-211 — 821, Jamie Duncan 203-183-234-172 — 792. Totals: 434-435-478-422 — 1,769.

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TSS Printing & Awards (7)

Jessica Aiezza 195-198-234-257 — 884, Paul Dumas 256-226-244-221 — 947. Totals: 473-446-500-500 — 1,919.

Next Level Detailing (13)

Kim Swiatocha 237-202-225-235 — 899, Matt Swiatocha 227-225-235-267 — 954. Totals: 484-447-480-522 — 1,853.

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Team 11 (13)

Kris Impellizzeri 227-225-206-244 — 902, Scott Rogers 184-248-247-199 — 878. Totals: 427-489-469-459 — 1,844.

Broadway Lunch (7)

Renee Earl 174-247-192-136 — 749, Tom Earl 213-237-203-254 — 907. Totals: 419-516-427-422 — 1,784.

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Team Criscuolo (7)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 179-176-159-126 — 640, Gabe Criscuolo 203-212-194-210 — 819. Totals: 453-459-424-407 — 1,743.

15 Church (13)

Aliyah Liberatore 169-192-151-189 — 701, Ben Empie 192-206-236-162 — 796. Totals: 425-462-451-415 — 1,753.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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