In the Pocket: LeClair is ready to hit the road again

Brian LeClair has won five times on the PBA50 Tour and was the 2017 Player of the Year on that tour.
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Brian LeClair has won five times on the PBA50 Tour and was the 2017 Player of the Year on that tour.

Arguably the most successful bowler in Capital Region history, smooth-rolling Brian LeClair is embarking on the longest road trip of his career in pursuit of more victories and, hopefully, another major honor.

LeClair, a 56-year-old Delmar resident with an extraordinary resume of both amateur and pro accolades, runs two Revolutions Pro Shops in this area — one at Del Lanes during the day and one in the evenings at Boulevard Bowl. That’s his regular job, and he does it quite well with help from his two sons, Connor and Taylor.

But the Roto Grip staffer still considers himself first and foremost a talented pro bowler, and he once again will try to prove he is among the best on the senior set when he kicks off a five-week run on the PBA50 Tour. He’s competing in Fort Myers, Florida, this weekend at the PBA50 Lightning Strikes Open, Presented by Hammer, and then moves on to Clearwater, Florida, to bowl in the PBA50 Johnny Petraglia Open. Next, he travels to The Villages, Florida, to roll in the Florida Blue Medicare PBA50 National Championship. Then, LeClair drives to Aberdeen, North Carolina, for the PBA50 Granville Financial Open before winding up his road trip at the PBA50 Bud Moore Classic in Centreville, Virginia.

“I’ll be away from home for five weeks. That’s the longest stretch on the road in my entire bowling career,” LeClair, who spent more than 30 years on the regular PBA Tour, said in a telephone interview Wednesday while driving to Fort Myers. “I’ve driven to the West Coast for three stops and then driven home again, but I won’t be going home between stops this time.”

LeClair battled some chronic knee problems a few years ago, but he says he is in excellent form currently.

“My health is pretty good. My knee is also doing pretty good. It hasn’t gone downhill since I started wearing the knee brace. I would say I have some aches and pains like anyone still bowling at this level at my age, but nothing out of the ordinary,” he said.

LeClair’s smooth delivery and powerful release helped him win more than $700,000 on the regular PBA Tour, where he chalked up three second-place finishes.

Although his career was solid on the regular tour, he kicked it up several notches once he turned 50 and began rekindling his rivalry with some of the same guys he battled in his younger days. LeClair demonstrated his outstanding physical game by winning five PBA50 tournaments. He earned PBA50 Player of the Year honors in 2017, and finished second for that prestigious award in 2019.

Recently inducted into the Albany USBC Hall of Fame, LeClair is also a member of the Columbia-Greene Hall of Fame. He’s won 18 PBA regional titles, was named the 2015 East Region Player of the Year, and has five PBA50 regional wins. One of his regional titles was a doubles crown with his son Connor.

LeClair once averaged 247 in league competition, and has a high triple of 869 that included a pair of perfect games and a 269 at Del Lanes in 2012. He estimates that he has between 110 and 120 perfect games overall, including between 30 and 40 on the PBA Tour.

“I think my game is in pretty good form right now,” he said. “I haven’t bowled that well in league this year, but I did well in the PBA50 regional stop in Corning a couple of weeks ago.”

In that tournament, LeClair came from well back in the pack to roll a perfect game in the final game of qualifying to earn the top seed for match play. He finished second to Ryan Shafer and earned $1,000.

“In the match-play finals, I had a couple of bad mistakes that I shouldn’t make, but then I would roll two or three high games to get back into it,” he said. “I think it will be very interesting to see where my game is against these guys in the next couple of weeks.”

LeClair is looking forward to bowling against the likes of “big-name” rivals like Walter Ray Williams, Norm Duke and Chris Barnes.

“Part of my job having a contract with Roto Grip is not only to sell a lot of Storm and Roto Grip equipment, but also to perform on the lanes,” he said, “I love bowling on the PBA50 Tour.”

LeClair said his game is pretty much the same as when he first started bowling more than 40 years ago.

“When I was younger, I looked pretty much the same way in terms of my release the way I do now. It’s pretty similar,” he said. “It’s funny, but the game has come to me, at least for the one-handed bowlers like me. I used to have a high rev rate, but the lane conditions at the time weren’t always conducive to the way I bowled, and I didn’t have anyone to teach me anything different.”

LeClair has high expectations for his run on the PBA50 Tour.

“If I can stay healthy, I should be able to compete on the senior tour for a long time,” he said. “I think the two-handers are going to have trouble as they age, but as for the one-handers like me, I know I can be competitive. The guys to watch will be people who are just turning 50 and throw the modern game, like Barnes and Jason Couch.

“My goal is to win tournaments and be the PBA50 Player of the Year once again. I definitely want to rack up wins and win that award once again. That’s my goal. I’ve already been there, but I know I can compete with the better PBA50 guys. I doubt that people think I can win against people like Walter Ray Williams and Norm Duke, but that’s my goal once again. If I can finish in the top five, that would be a pretty good season, especially against those big names. Right now, we only have five events on the PBA50 schedule but I hear we could get nine or 10, and if we do I hope to bowl all of them. It would be disappointing to me if I didn’t win at least one.”

LeClair said business at his pro shops has been picking up in recent weeks after suffering losses from the pandemic. He said he enjoys that part of his job, as well as teaching.

“I still give lessons, but it’s harder now because I split my time running the two pro shops,” he said. “I have time restrictions. But I want to make my own little training center over the summer, because I have some theories on bowling instruction that I would love to pass on. I’m very keen on helping people to bowl better, and I think I can help a lot of them out.”

STRIKES & SPARES

The Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Singles Tournament will be held Saturday at Towne Bowling Academy at 2 p.m. 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).

In other Schenectady USBC news, applications are still being accepted for the Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame. For more information, contact Chet Ciembroniewicz at 518-577-8562.

Town & Country Lanes will host the John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament Sunday, with qualifiers 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.

Speaking of the John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament, two John Drexel Memorial Scholarship winners have been announced — Paige Jackson of Columbia High School for 2021, and Jack Popow from Voorheesville High School for 2022. Both receive $500 scholarships.

The Blizzard Bowl wraps up its final squad Sunday 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.

Towne Bowling Academy hosts a Youth Baker Doubles this Friday (4 p.m.), Saturday (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.

Sportsman’s Bowl is hosting the Empire Youth Open Doubles Tournament on April 25. It will have a Baker-style format. Contact Steve Fawcett at [email protected] 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. Entry fee is $40 per person per event, plus an optional $10 for all-events. 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.

Uncle Sam Lanes is hosting its inaugural Season Ending Singles Tournament May 16 at noon. Entry fee is $50, and the top prize is $500, based on 70 entries. There will be scratch and handicap brackets. Contact Will Cunningham (518-400-0836) or Uncle Sam Lanes (518-271-7800) for more information.

Also at Uncle Sam Lanes on April 17-18 is a Spring Match Play Tournament, a 64-bowler bracket event with a three-game qualifier to advance to best-of-three finals the next day. Entry fee is $100. Call the lanes for more information.

MAJOR BOWLING

Lefty Rich Strath rolled a perfect game during a 825 triple, Charlie Provost rolled a 299-790, Marc Fowler slammed a 290-785 and both R.J. Martinez and Dwayne Coonradt also recorded 300s in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Fedden pounded a 290-797, Mike Gallitelli ripped a 279-775 and Jamie Diamond recorded a perfect game en route to a 764 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Dean Halpin delivered a 267-986, Brian Hart fired a 266-939, B.J. Smith Jr. shot a 258-918 and Tony Bianchi ripped a 258-904 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Tom Earl put together a 279 game during a 1,024 four-game series, Jessica Aiezza delivered a 259-974, Matt Swiatocha fired a 266-965 and Kris Impellizzeri shot a 256-942 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 28-11, DeCrescente Distributing 27-12, J&F Lawn Care 27-12, Downs Roofing 24-15, 20 North 24-15, TSS Printing & Awards 22-17, Team 4 21-18, Towne Bowling Academy 19-20, Syron’s Meat Market 18-21, Rollarama 18-21, KKV Recovery 15-24, Action Bowling Supply 13-26, Home Tech Electronics 9-30, D&D Lawncare 8-31.

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Match summaries

J&F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 258-208-245 — 709, R.J. Martinez 300-213-233 — 746, Steve Hallenbeck 260-235-192 — 687, Joe DeVellis 230-230-244 — 704. Totals: 1,046-886-914 — 2,846.

KKV Recovery (0)

Nick DiCerbo 216-189-220 — 625, Jackie Malone 237-243-175 — 655, Bob Evans 177-203-228 — 608, Vinny Struffolino 216-182-191 — 589. Totals: 846-817-814 — 2,477.

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TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Dwayne Coonradt 300-241-192 — 733, Paul Dumas 224-213-258 — 695, Rick Speckhardt 236-257-171 — 664, Steve Wagoner 205-222-200 — 627. Totals: 965-933-821 — 2,719.

Action Bowling Supply (1)

Bob Messick 265-192-244 — 701, Natasha Bidwell 155-175-145 — 475, Matt Fazzone 226-213-247 — 686, Matt Kallner 277-247-216 — 740. Totals: 923-827-852 — 2,602.

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DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 217-209-179 — 605, Mark Kuhlkin 219-205-234 — 658, Scott Rogers 246-257-225 — 728, Liz Kuhlkin 236-232-223 — 691. Totals: 918-903-861 — 2,682.

D&D Lawncare (0)

Karrie Blake 177-223-181 — 581, Laura Rotter 226-173-178 — 577, Bill Judge 246-244-232 — 722, Patti Tenyenhuis 208-203-168 — 579. Totals: 857-843-759 — 2,459.

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Rollarama (2)

Keith Lawyer 155-206-183 — 544, Dan Rotter 220-246-206 — 672, Scott Zalud 289-248-229 — 766, Mike Voss 258-236-256 — 750. Totals: 922-936-874 — 2,732.

Syron’s Meat Market (1)

Ken Wilkins 189-299-245 — 733, Brandon Wolf 219-188-202 — 609, Ken LaBelle Jr. 225-279-178 — 682, Lindsey McPhail 212-249-245 — 706. Totals: 845-1,015-870 — 2,730.

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Team 4 (3)

Marc Fowler 290-259-236 — 785, John Mauceri 216-279-204 — 699, Cassius Boyd 211-268-194 — 673, Charlie Provost 299-259-232 — 790. Totals: 1,016-1,065-866 — 2,947.

Home Tech Electronics (0)

Jenn Schissler (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Ronnie Zadrozny 279-213-228 — 720, Gabe Criscuolo 254-258-197 — 709, Lee Aiezza 256-183-197 — 636. Totals: 979-844-812 — 2,635.

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Towne Bowling Academy (0)

Tom Earl 269-233-195 — 697, Tom DiBell 214-202-173 — 589, Marty Capullo Jr. 243-181-184 — 608, Debbie Capullo 213-245-213 — 671. Totals: 939-861-765 — 2,565.

20 North (3)

Tommy Donato 245-184-189 — 618, Kenny Livengood 226-276-224 — 726, Joel Donato 246-215-212 — 673, Nick Galusha 247-244-213 — 704. Totals: 964-919-838 — 2,721.

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Viton Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 236-247-196 — 679, Mike DiCerbo 214-205-248 — 667, Rich Strath 300-257-268 — 825, Joe VanDerLinden 267-257-233 — 757. Totals: 1,017-966-945 — 2,928.

Downs Roofing (0)

Nick Barnes 258-238-265 — 761, Ryan Karabin 249-215-245 — 709, Billy Wigand 226-218-225 — 669, P.J. Derenzo 277-244-194 — 715. Totals: 1,010-915-929 — 2,854.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 34-10, Universal Auto Parts 33-11, Bob’s Pro Shop 30-14, Café One-Eleven 275-16.5, Next Level Detailing 25-19, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 25-19, Metroland Photo 24-20, The Appliance Specialist 22-22, Mike’s Hot Dogs 19.5-24.5, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 8-36, I.D.I.D. 8-36, G & Dz Pizza 8-36.

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Match summaries

G & Dz Pizza (0)

Jason Deitz 178-150-180 — 508, Ernest Laduke Jr. 155-233-126 — 514, Gary Neumann 247-258-150 — 650, Connor Stoliker 184-195-264 — 643. Totals: 74-836-720 — 2,320.

I.D.I.D. (4)

Tony Fernandez 225-236-208 — 669, Joe Gordon 171-206-177 — 554, Jim Valentino 230-193-248 — 671, A.J. Perone 252-237-234 — 723. Totals: 878-872-867 — 2,617.

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Muny Grille (0)

Jay Diamond 227-213-253 — 693, Dave Bingham 225-258-214 — 697, John Musto Jr. 182-213-205 — 600, Jamie Diamond 237-227-300 — 764. Totals: 871-911-972 — 2,754.

Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 216-235-257 — 708, Bill Heaphy III 238-227-223 — 688, Chris Smith 239-236-236 — 702, Chris Fedden 248-290-259 — 797. Totals: 932-988-975 — 2,895.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (2)

Earl Lawrence Jr. 224-213-175 — 612, Bob Tedesco Jr. 205-226-240 — 671, Mike Smith 181-188-256 — 625. Totals: 783-833-884 — 2,500.

Café One-Eleven (2)

Joe DiBiase 182-232-148 — 562, Rob Mengel 249-180-186 — 615, Cory Buckley 202-224-203 — 629, Tyler Mochrie 257-247-180 — 684. Totals: 890-883-717 — 2,490.

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Next Level Detailing (2)

Mike Guidarelli 238-257-256 — 751, Jim Bassotti 248-244-195 — 687, Jim Parker 279-199-227 — 705, Matt Swiatocha 246-216-258 — 720. Totals: 1,011-916-936 — 2,863.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (2)

John Leone 217-264-248 — 729, Bill Carl 243-203-256 — 702, Kalynn Carl 225-278-225 — 728, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 918-978-962 — 2,858.

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Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 202-140-192 — 534, Steve Renzi 236-245-187 — 668, Mike Gallitelli 259-237-279 — 775, B.J. Smith Jr. 259-246-232 — 737. Totals: 956-868-890 — 2,714.

The Appliance Specialist (1)

Kris Impellizzeri 214-254-227 — 695, Steve Fawcett 194-203-193 — 590, Zach Gravell 231-200-232 — 663, Chris Fawcett 259-258-211 — 728. Totals: 898-915-863 — 2,676.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (4)

Doug Semerad 234-258-226 — 718, Tammy Sader 246-256-254 — 756, Rich Rogaski 216-234-224 — 674, Kevin Palmer 192-172-205 — 569. Totals: 888-920-909 — 2,717.

Klonowowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 211-211-211 — 633, Bob Mock 264-180-258 — 702, Jackielynn Noble 196-190-1809 — 566, Jim Petronis 171-214-156 — 541. Totals: 842-795-805 — 2,442.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Masons Automotive 35-15, Derenzo’s Tax Service 31-19, Downs Roofing 24-26, Kalpro 23.5-26.5, D.A. Parisi & Co. 22-28, Boulevard Bowl 14.5-35.5.

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Match summaries

Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 185-239-206-178 — 808, Brian Hart 266-236-195-242 — 939, Cory Bennett 201-164-157-237 — 759. Totals: 652-639-558-657 — 2,506.

Masons Automotive (4)

Don Cross 267-241-166-222 — 896, Mark Hansen 192-203-160-176 — 731, B.J. Smith Jr. 258-202-254-204 — 918. Totals: 717-646-580-602 — 2,545.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 236-213-183-183 — 815, Mark Derenzo 204-237-136-184 — 761, Dean Halpin 230-267-234-255 — 986. Totals: 670-717-553-622 — 2,562.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 237-224-227-179 — 867, Kyle Wilkins 198-192-204-191 — 785, Joe Carusone 203-199-225-208 — 835. Totals 638-615-656-578 — 2,487.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

Lee Quivey 244-227-213 — 684, Zach Mecca 152-176-225-234 — 787, John Mecca 190 game, Ken Wilkins 192-214-211-222 — 839. Totals: 534-634-643-669 — 2,500.

Downs Roofing (4)

Zach Strachan 157-226-202-259 — 844, Tony Bianchi 232-258-193-221 –904, Ryan Karabin 213-206-236-235 — 890. Totals: 602-690-631-715 — 2,638.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 176-104, Sindoni Sausage 173.5-106.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 164-116, CDMVS 161.5-118.5, Towne Bowling Academy 152.5-127.5, Next Level Detailing 152-128, A Touch of Country Florist 148-152, Pete’s Auto 148-132, Rogers MotorSports 147.5-132.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 143-137, TSS Printing & Awards 142.5-137.5, Broadway Lunch 141-139, Team Criscuolo 141-139, Loyal Nutrition 133-147, Never Enough Performance 127.5-152.5, Team Barnes 124-156, 15 Church 122.5-157.5, J & U 104-176, A-Plus Heating 101.5-178.5, Boulevard Bowl 97-183.

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Match summaries

A Touch of Country Florist (2)

Janelle Irwin 190-223-182-213 — 808, Steve Irwin 169-140-191-190 — 690. Totals: 400-404-414-444 — 1,662.

Sportsman’s Bowl (18)

Erika Poje 184-204-187-236 — 811, Nick DiCerbo 181-232-224-226 — 863. Totals: 403-474-449-500 — 1,826.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (14)

Lindsey McPhail 243-258-207-222 — 930, Rich Strath 238-237-255-213 — 943. Totals: 498-512-479-452 — 1,941.

15 Church (6)

Aliyah Liberatore 152-171-195-236 — 754, Lee Quivey 279-192-194-196 — 861. Totals: 486-418-444-487 — 1,835.

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Never Enough Performance (13)

Kate Clark 243-245-238-207 — 927, Joe DeVellis 258-245-211-204 — 918. Totals: 522-511-470-426 — 1,929.

Loyal Nutrition (7)

Amber Dominic 178-182-213-237 — 810, Vinny Struffolino 194-247-237-152 — 830. Totals: 418-475-496-435 — 1,824.

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Next Level Detailing (16)

Kim Swiatocha 225-259-237-203 — 924, Matt Swiatocha 266-239-245-215 — 965. Totals: 511-518-502-438 — 1,969.

Towne Bowling Academy (4)

Debbie Capullo 243-224-221-206 — 894, Ryan Gahan 219-214-211-218 — 862. Totals: 483-459-453-445 — 1,840.

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CDVMS (0.5)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 216-195-227-200 — 838, John Askew 193-190-223-207 — 813. Totals: 424-400-465-422 — 1,711.

Pete’s Auto (19.5)

Jessica Aiezza 259-215-255-245 — 974, Lee Aiezza 206-195-212-192 — 805. Totals: 489-434-491-461 — 1,875.

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Rogers MotorSports (4)

Kelly Chrzanowski 244-195-148-202 — 789, Tom Rogers 248-177-200-207 — 832. Totals: 524-404-380-441 — 1,749.

A-Plus Heating (16)

Michelle Largeteau 127-145-232-158 — 562, Zach Porter 227-233-255-214 — 929. Totals: 442-466-475-460 — 1,843.

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Team Barnes (3)

Catie Bell 214-172-207-157 — 750, Nick Barnes 203-182-215-185 — 785. Totals: 458-395-463-383 — 1,699.

Sindoni Sausage (17)

Liz Kuhlkin 203-213-256-223 — 895, Joe VanDerLinden 243-237-230-205 — 915. Totals: 448-452-488-430 — 1,818.

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Team 11 (13)

Kris Impellizzeri 256-216-234-236 — 942, Scott Rogers 247-224-170-279 — 920. Totals: 520-457-421-532 — 1,930.

Boulevard Bowl (7)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 224-216-213-195 — 848, Cliff Ruth 195-225-213-189 — 822. Totals: 458-480-465-423 — 1,826.

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Team Criscuolo (18.5)

Liz Criscuolo 228-152-189-207 — 776, Gabe Criscuolo 235-244-227-214 — 920. Totals: 534-467-487-492 — 1,980.

TSS Printing & Awards (1.5)

Jackie Malone 163-192-224-236 — 815, Paul Dumas 223-223-185-198 — 829. Totals: 417-446-440-465 — 1,768.

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J & U (3)

Ursula Pasquerella 192-179-169-183 — 723, Joe Venduro 217-245-237-189 — 888. Totals: 452-467-449-415 — 1,783.

Broadway Lunch (17)

Renee Earl 216-186-211-180 — 793, Tom Earl 279-242-269-234 — 1,024. Totals: 527-460-512-446 — 1,945.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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