In the Pocket: Fazzone, Livengood win John Drexel Doubles Memorial Tournament

Matt Fazzone, left, and Kenny Livengood won the John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament last weekend at Town & Country Lanes.
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Matt Fazzone, left, and Kenny Livengood won the John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament last weekend at Town & Country Lanes.

Matt Fazzone and Kenny Livengood each delivered clutch performances to make the inaugural John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament a memorable experience last weekend at Town & Country Lanes.

A star-studded field of 53 teams came together to celebrate Drexel’s contributions to bowling and to help kick off a scholarship in his name. The former pro shop operator at T&C Lanes died last year after a battle with cancer. The Drexel family, especially Julie Drexel, did a magnificent job promoting the tournament, and they helped Jack and Anthony Scaccia’s staff run things smoothly.

Fazzone, the lefty pro shop operator at Towne Bowling Academy, and Livengood, the son of the late Keith Livengood, an Albany USBC Hall of Famer, led the qualifying squads with a 1,409 total to earn the top seed for the eight-team match-play finals. Fazzone delivered a 247 game, and Livengood kicked in a 207 to squeeze past Tommy Donato and Nick Galusha in the first round 454-450.

That set up a semifinal match with second-seeded Roy Vanderbogart and Eric Stangle, who rolled a 300 game during qualifying. Vanderbogart had some thumb issues, and a dramatic change in lane conditions from his first-arrow shot led to some uncharacteristic open frames. The steady Fazzone-Livengood tandem advanced with a 457-385 victory.

The final match pitted Fazzone and Livengood against two regional pros from outside the Capital Region in Anthony Pepe and Jim Hosier. Fazzone, using a Storm Pitch Black all day, reeled off five straight strikes to put his team in command. Livengood left a big split in his opening frame, but he settled down with a three-bagger. Fazzone kept filling frames after his solid start and finished with a 248. Livengood needed to make a couple of clutch spares down the stretch, including a 2-8 conversion in the ninth and a 10-pin in the 10th to put the match away with a 460 total after Pepe struck out for a 238 game and a 452 team total.

Fazzone and Livengood split $2,000, while Pepe and Hosier took home $1,000. Both the Vanderbogart/Stangle and Steve Wagoner/Ray Cyr tandems split $500. The other four teams that advanced to match play each shared $300.

Fazzone continued his outstanding season with another major win. He earlier captured the prestigious NYS Masters Championship at East Greenbush Bowling Center, and has also cashed in New England Bowling Association events, as well as numerous local tournaments. It was Livengood’s first major tournament win since he was a junior.

“It gets a lot easier handling the pressure when you’ve been there multiple times,” said Fazzone. “It never gets really easy, but it does get easier. I just told Kenny to fill frames and make good shots. That’s all you can do. After that first frame, he settled right down and made plenty of good shots.”

Fazzone said he didn’t have to make many changes all day, from both squads of qualifying right through the three games of match play.

“I had them pretty much the same for me all day. I just made some small hand adjustments. I used good speed and rolled the ball early on the lane,” Fazzone said.

Livengood was thrilled to make big shots under pressure.

“I just trying to get the nerves out of the way,” he said. “I wasn’t nervous at all during qualifying or in practice, but on the first shot in the championship game, I hit up on the ball and grabbed it, leaving that split. But I tripled after that and left a couple of good 10-pin shots. I spared them up, and did the same in the 10th frame. I’m sure nobody who knows me had much confidence in me making that 10-pin on the 10th frame, because I’ve had some trouble with that pin this year.”

Livengood, who drills much of his own equipment, said he gets plenty of layout advice from both Fazzone and from Connor LeClair at Revolutions Pro Shop.

“I used the Proton Physix during qualifying and then used the Axiom during the finals,” he said.

Both Fazzone and Livengood used Storm equipment.

“It was cool for me to win a memorial tournament with my dad passing away. I wanted to win the Tommy Donato [Scratch Singles] Memorial event, but it didn’t work out. At least I got to win this,” Livengood said.

CRISCUOLO DOUBLES

Liz Criscuolo won her second Schenectady USBC Women’s Singles Championship Saturday at Towne Bowling Academy with a handicap total of 816, 82 pins ahead of former champion Kim Wilson (734). Criscuolo fired a 592 scratch triple.

Rounding out the top 10 were Kathleen Hunt (717), Phillis Washburn (706), Cheryl Dalton (705), Gail Browning (705), Delores Canty (702), Anne Torak (700), Tammy Palmucci (684) and Jeanne Mastro (683). Twenty bowlers competed.

“I feel great,” Criscuolo said. “I came out not knowing about the tournament until the last minute, but I enjoyed the women I bowled with. That’s help when the people around you are having fun. It makes it less stressful.”

Criscuolo said she has been working hard on both her health and her bowling game recently.

“The key for me, I guess, was my follow through. I’m still working on so much stuff with bowling, but I was remembering to follow through and not pull the ball while I was trying to get more speed,” she said. “I’ve also changed some fitness stuff, and I’m lifting heavier weights in the gym. I think it helps me throw the ball faster.”

SPRING/SUMMER LEAGUES

There’s plenty of bowling leagues for players who want to continue their season into the late spring and summer months.

Towne Bowling Academy is offering a Summer Adult-Youth League (May 4-June 22) on Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. at a cost of $18 per team per week. Also on tap is a Spring Kegel Doubles league beginning May 5 and running Wednesday nights at 6:45 p.m. for eight weeks at $25 per week.

A Summer Kegel Challenge Scholarship League is slated for Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. for eight weeks at $10 per person per week. Call 518-355-3939 for more information.

At Sportsman’s Bowl, the Spring Mixed League will run Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. beginning April 29 and running for 12 weeks. Dues are $13 per week. Call Laurie Laduke (518-209-2583) for more information.

A PBA Experience League will be held Thursday nights at 7 p.m. beginning May 20. Cost is $12 per week.

Other leagues at Sportsman’s include a Tuesday night Baker Trio League (7 p.m., 10 weeks, $20 per week), a Spring Fun Mixed League on Friday nights (three-person teams, 10 weeks, $12 per person) and a Spring Junior League Fridays at 4 p.m. ($7 per week, 10 weeks, begins May 21). Call 518-355-4330 for more information.

STRIKES & SPARES

The 96th annual New York State USBC Open Championships begins its month-long run at Boulevard Bowl this Saturday (10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. 1 p.m.). The tournament continues 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. Handicap will be determined using a team handicap method and based on 90% of the difference in the cumulative averages and 1,150 for Division 1 team, 460 for Division 1 doubles and 230 for Division 1 singles. In Division 2, the handicaps will be based on 1,000 for team, 400 for doubles and 200 for singles. For more information, contact NYS USBC Tournament Manager Angelo Corradino (845-363-1374).

Revolutions Pro Shop owner Brian LeClair of Delmar advanced to the quarterfinals of the PBA50 Lightning Strikes Open in Fort Myers, Florida, this week. He averaged 231.l7 with a 4-4-1 match-play record and earned $1,900. The legendary Walter Ray Williams ended up winning the event for his 15th PBA50 crown.

Congratulations to Johnstown native Paul Klempa, who led the Nebraska women’s bowling team to the national championship. Klempa, now the head coach, was the longtime assistant for Bill Straub before taking over the head coaching duties in 2019.

Towne Bowling Academy continues its Youth Baker Doubles Tournament Friday (4 p.m.) and Saturday (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.

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 this Saturday and Sunday 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

Joe DeVellis pounded games of 278, 277 and 277 en route to an 832 triple, Jeff Kallner slammed a 279-789, Scott Chastenay drilled a 280-781 and Debbie Capullo rolled a 267-780 to pace the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

B.J. Smith hammered a 278 and a 277 during a 782 triple, and Chris Smith ripped a pair of 269 games in a 762 for the featured performances of the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Mark Derenzo fired a 258-988, and Ryan Karabin drilled a 269-982 to lead the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Matt Swiatocha rolled a 300 game during a 1,042 four-game series, Joe VanDerLinden blasted a 289-1,047 and Lindsey McPhail slammed a 289-1,016 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 31-11, J&F Lawn Care 29-13, DeCrescente Distributing 27-15, 20 North 27-15, Downs Roofing 26-16, TSS Printing & Awards 23-19, Team 4 23-19, Towne Bowling Academy 20-22, Rollarama 20-22, Syron’s Meat Market 18-24, KKV Recovery 16-26, Action Bowling Supply 16-26, D&D Lawncare 9-33, Home Tech Electronics 9-33.

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Match summaries

Downs Roofing (2)

P.J. Derenzo 253-245-194 — 692, Nick Barnes 203-192-220 — 615, Ryan Karabin 205-228-192 — 625, Billy Wigand 263-206-225 — 694. Totals: 924-871-831 — 2,626.

TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Dwayne Coonradt 225-232-236 — 693, Paul Dumas 194-169-201 — 564, Rick Speckhardt 258-180-243 — 681, Steve Wagoner 211-234-248 — 693. Totals: 888-815-928 — 2,631.

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KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 239-236-179 — 654, Jackie Malone 245-162-237 — 644, Bob Evans 213-169-182 — 564, Vinny Struffolino 180-192-170 — 542. Totals: 877-759-768 — 2,404.

Team 4 (2)

Marc Fowler 265-233-265 — 763, John Mauceri 177-206-181 — 564, Cassius Boyd 192-220-161 — 573, Charlie Provost 203-195-206 — 604. Totals: 837-854-813 — 2,504.

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J&F Lawn Care (2)

Jason Brown 206-235-177 — 618, R.J. Martinez 258-206-227 — 691, Joe DeVellis 278-277-277 — 832, Steve Hallenbeck 227-255-173 — 655. Totals: 969-973-854 — 2,796.

Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Scott Zalud 188-242-264 — 694, Mike Isabella 184-223-178 — 585, Marty Capullo Jr. 206-239-191 — 636, Debbie Capullo 256-267-257 — 780. Totals: 834-971-890 — 2,695.

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Vito Sindoni & Son (3)

Scott Chastenay 280-256-245 — 781, Mike DiCerbo 258-257-256 — 771, Rich Strath 268-217-191 — 676, Joe VanDerLinden 256-176-279 — 711. Totals: 1,062-906-971 — 2,939.

Home Tech Electronics (0)

Jeff Kallner 279-255-255 — 789, Chuck Schissler 176-212-175 — 563, Lindsey McPhail 222-210-173 — 605, Gabe Criscuolo 195-155-221 — 571. Totals: 872-832-824 — 2,528.

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D&D Lawncare (1)

Karrie Blake 219-203-163 — 585, Laura Rotter 207-224-217 — 648, Bill Judge 253-143-182 — 578, Patti Tenyenhuis 218-203-222 — 643. Totals: 897-773-784 — 2,454.

Rollarama (2)

Ryan Gahan 181-189-234 — 604, Keith Lawyer 242-192-160 — 594, Mike Voss 183-280-234 — 697, Dan Rotter 236-215-195 — 641. Totals: 842-876-823 — 2,541.

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DeCrescente Distributing (0)

Jessica Aiezza 213-207-205 — 625, Mark Kuhlkin 254-191-199 — 644, Scott Rogers 247-164-246 — 657, Liz Kuhlkin 218-249-223 — 690. Totals: 932-811-873 — 2,616.

Action Bowling Supply (3)

Matt Kallner 257-157-209 — 623, Bob Messick 226-240-223 — 689, Natasha Bidwell 227-224-237 — 688, Matt Fazzone 278-224-257 — 759. Totals: 988-845-926 — 2,759.

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20 North (3)

Tommy Donato 258-236-217 — 711, Kenny Livengood 253-168-240 — 661, Joel Donato 205-239-146 — 590, Chris Radliff 224-216-253 — 693. Totals: 940-859-856 — 2,655.

Syron’s Meat Market (0)

Ken Wilkins 236-214-203 — 653, Brandon Wolf 163-173-193 — 529, Chad Propper 213-180-201 — 594, Ken LaBelle Jr. 257-255-234 — 746. Totals: 869-822-831 — 2,522.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Universal Auto Parts 36-12, Muny Grille 34-14, Bob’s Pro Shop 32-16, Next Level Detailing 29-19, Café One-Eleven 28.5-19.5, Metroland Photo 27-21, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 26-22, The Appliance Specialist 24-24, Mike’s Hot Dogs 23.5-24.5, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 12-36, I.D.I.D. 8-40, G & Dz Pizza 8-40.

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Match summaries

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (1)

John Leone 268-202-202 — 672, Bill Carl 200-259-226 — 685, Kalynn Carl 181-225-232 — 638, Justin Carl 234-236-244 — 714. Totals: 883-922-904 — 2,709.

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 221-194-202 — 617, Steve Renzi 200-225-267 — 692, Mike Gallitelli 246-188-236 — 670, B.J. Smith Jr. 277-278-227 — 782. Totals: 944-885-932 — 2,761.

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Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 172-235-161 — 568, Rob Mengel 209-206-312 — 627, Cory Buckley 193-222-223 — 638, Tyler Mochrie 211-276-191 — 678. Totals: 785-939-787 — 2,511.

Universal Auto Parts (3)

Andy Smith 223-224-237 — 684, Bill Heaphy III 236-237-246 — 719, Chris Smith 269-269-224 — 762, Chris Fedden 216-201-238 — 655. Totals: 944-931-945 — 2,820.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (4)

Doug Semerad 206-231-241 — 678, Tammy Sader 224-260-236 — 720, Rich Rogaski 163-196-203 — 562, Kevin Palmer 174-233-210 — 617. Totals: 767-920-890 — 2,577.

G & Dz Pizza (0)

Jason Deitz 145-244-180 — 569, Ernest J. Laduke Jr. 209-153-185 — 547, Gary Neumann 194-227-225 — 646, Rich Ellis 171-256-200 — 627. Totals: 719-880-790 — 2,389.

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Muny Grille (0)

Jay Diamond 182-221-245 — 648, Dave Bingham 237-203-197 — 637, John Musto Jr. 222-264-206 — 692, Jamie Diamond 233-214-194 — 641. Totals: 874-902-842 — 2,618.

Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 228-224-237 — 689, Jim Bassotti 221-268-192 — 681, Tom Siatkowski 206-212-195 — 613, Matt Swiatocha 227-241-256 — 724. Totals: 882-945-880 — 2,707.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (2)

Fred McMahon 223-242-219 — 684, Earl Lawrence Jr. 247-248-226 — 721, Bob Tedesco Jr. 246-203-254 — 703, Mike Smith 227-172-224 — 623. Totals: 943-865-923 — 2,731.

The Appliance Specialist (2)

Kris Impellizzeri 247-194-279 — 720, Steve Fawcett 190-213-236 — 639, Zach Gravell 208-245-269 — 722, Chris Fawcett 210-212-279 — 701. Totals: 855-864-1,063 — 2,782.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (4)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 211-211-211 — 633, Bob Mock 214-225-248 — 687, Jackielynn Noble 248-190-203 — 641, Jim Petronis 248-237-244 — 729. Totals: 921-863-906 — 2,690.

I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 223-201-168 — 592, Joe Gordon 179-159-180 — 518, Jim Valentino 171-231-174 — 576, A.J. Perone 248-199-209 — 656. Totals: 821-790-731 — 2,342.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Masons Automotive 36-19, Derenzo’s Tax Service 35-20, Downs Roofing 28-27, Kalpro 24.5-30.5, D.A. Parisi & Son 23-32, Boulevard Bowl 18.5-36.5.

Match summaries

Masons Automotive (1)

Mark Hansen 236-218-168-218 — 840, Robin Fredenburgh 180-193-243-206 — 822, B.J. Smith Jr. 259-220-236-191 — 906. Totals: 675-631-647-615 — 2,568.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 186-225-204-232 — 847, Mark Derenzo 258-233-256-241 — 988, Dean Halpin 193-211-226-213 — 843. Totals: 637-669-686-686 — 2,678.

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Downs Roofing (4)

Zach Strachan 216-198-258-232 — 904, Tony Bianchi 221-180-256-207 — 864, Ryan Karabin 231-214-269-268 — 982. Totals: 668-592-783-707 — 2,750.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 226-214-258-257 — 955, Kyle Wilkins 200-217-208-191 — 816, Joe Carusone 176-217-193-246 — 832. Totals: 602-648-659-694 — 2,603.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 200-182-211-166 — 759, Jeff Williams 201-185-204-193 — 783, Ken Wilkins 214-222-186-199 — 821. Totals: 615-589-601-558 — 2,363.

Boulevard Bowl (4)

Mike Scaccia 183-244-225-226 — 878, Brian Hart 191-214-279-219 — 903, Cory Bennett 190-193-162-193 — 738. Totals: 564-651-666-638 — 2,519.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 187.5-112.5, Team 11 182-118, CDMVS 180.5-119.5, Next Level Detailing 171-129, A Touch of Country Florist 166-134, Sportsman’s Bowl 165-135, Broadway Lunch 157.5-142.5, Rogers MotorSports 156.5-143.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 156-144, Towne Bowling Academy 153.5-146.5, Team Criscuolo 151-149, Pete’s Auto 150-150, TSS Printing & Awards 146-154, Loyal Nutrition 141-159, Never Enough Performance 138.5-161.5, 15 Church 137-163, Team Barnes 133-167, A-Plus Heating 115.184.5, J & U 109.5-190.5, Boulevard Bowl 103-197.

Match summaries

Rogers MotorSports (9)

Kelly Chrzanowski 192-235-235-237 — 899, Tom Rogers 213-243-178-205 — 839. Totals: 438-511-446-475 — 1,870.

Revolutions Pro Shop (11)

Lindsey McPhail 289-237-245-245 — 1,016, Ken LaBelle 205-213-194-207 — 819. Totals: 509-465-454-467 — 1,895.

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TSS Printing & Awards (3.5)

Jackie Malone 203-193-192-206 — 794, Jeff Kallner 277-226-212-191 — 906. Totals: 503-442-427-420 — 1,792.

Broadway Lunch (8.5)

Natasha Bidwell 199-223-216-247 — 885, Matt Fazzone 245-232-234-265 — 976. Totals: 472-483-478-520 — 1973.

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Team Criscuolo (10)

Liz Criscuolo 161-183-157-192 — 693, Jeremy Clute 245-226-212-225 — 908. Totals: 469-472-432-480 — 1,853.

Loyal Nutrition (10)

Amber Dominic 170-222-172-175 — 739, Vinny Struffolino 279-269-191-204 — 943. Totals: 495-537-409-425 — 1,866.

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Never Enough Performance (11)

Kate Clark 187-268-237-217 — 909, Jamie Duncan 213-209-228-182 — 832. Totals: 439-516-504-438 — 1,897.

Team Barnes (9)

Kaitlyn Barnes 202-215-245-245 — 907, Nick Barnes 190-191-226-223 — 830. Totals: 426-440-505-502 — 1,873.

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15 Church (14.5)

Aliyah Liberatore 249-159-209-235 — 852, Lee Quivey 194-216-193-268 — 871. Totals: 497-429-456-557 — 1,939.

J & U (5.5)

Ursula Pasquerella 235-220-222-183 — 860, Joe Venduro 213-210-181-245 — 849. Totals: 492-474-447-472 — 1,885.

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A-Plus Heating (14)

Michelle Largeteaui 138-137-164-217 — 656, Zach Porter 160-268-238-228 — 894. Totals: 384-491-488-531 — 1,894.

Boulevard Bowl (6)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 191-167-244-193 — 895, Cliff Ruth 209-199-179-226 — 813. Totals: 400-366-423-419 — 1,764.

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Team 11 (6)

Kris Impellizzeri 212-237-214-216 — 879, Scott Rogers 267-266-237-218 — 988. Totals: 495-519-467-450 — 1,931.

Sindoni Sausage (14)

Liz Kuhlkin 247-227-255-232 — 961, Joe VanDerLinden 243-269-289-238 — 1,039. Totals: 492-498-546-472 — 2,008.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (1)

Erika Poje 173-169-179-165 — 686, Nick DiCerbo 157-224-168-237 — 786. Totals: 368-431-385-440 — 1,624.

CDMVS (19)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 202-222-222-191 — 837, John Askew 236-204-213-279 — 932. Totals: 454-442-451-486 — 1,833.

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Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Debbie Capullo 224-205-227-238 — 894, Marty Capullo Jr. 202-180-247-210 — 839. Totals: 439-398-487-461 — 1,785.

Next Level Detailing (19)

Kim Swiatoccha 215-200-243-214 — 872, Matt Swiatocha 2334-229-279-300 — 1,042. Totals: 468-448-541-533 — 1,990.

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A Touch of Country Florist (10)

Janelle Irwin 240-249-268-206 — 963, Steve Irwin 193-266-265-226 — 950. Totals: 475-557-575-474 — 2,081.

Pete’s Auto (10)

Jenn Schissler 201-238-225-238 — 902, Chuckie Schissler 224-184-158-182 — 748. Totals: 469-466-427-464 — 1,826.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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