In the Pocket: Kuhlkin is on a roll as she starts her PWBA season

Liz Kuhlkin has plenty of momentum for her PWBA season debut this weekend In Minnesota after winning her third NYS Queens title last weekend near Buffalo.

Liz Kuhlkin has plenty of momentum for her PWBA season debut this weekend In Minnesota after winning her third NYS Queens title last weekend near Buffalo.

Known as “Queen B” among her many friends and followers, Schalmont High School and University of Nebraska graduate Liz Kuhlkin is riding a wave of momentum heading into her Professional Women’s Bowling Association season debut this weekend.

Kuhlkin fittingly won her third consecutive tiara after capturing the prestigious NYS Women’s Queens Championship last weekend with a dominating performance at AMF Lancaster Lanes in Depew. Now, she’s headed to Cedarvale Lanes in Eagan, Minnesota, to open up her PWBA campaign with some lofty goals.

Kuhlkin was magnificent during the Queens Championship, edging the famed Liz Johnson — from just outside the host site in Cheektowaga — 1,247-1,204 to top the five-game qualifier before winning the title match 278-190 over Christine Nichols of Syracuse. She earned $900.

“This past weekend was interesting, to say the least,” Kuhlkin said. “I always like this weekend before the PWBA Tour. It means getting back on the road. I have a lot of pride winning the NYS Queens, because I have a lot of pride being from New York. This tournament always means a lot to me. It was definitely a dominating day, and I usually don’t say that. But I bowled extremely well all day, and it gives me tremendous confidence heading back out on the PWBA Tour.”

Kuhlkin can’t wait to elevate her game even more this season, especially after last season was canceled because of the pandemic.

“We didn’t have a season last year, so the last time I won a [PWBA] tournament was 2018,” Kuhlkin recalled. “Then, 2019 was also a good season. I made three or four TV shows, but I didn’t win. This year, I want to win again. I’d love to win another major, but my goal definitely is to win. I’d really like to win two tournaments to be in contention for player of the year. I feel like I’m a top-10 or even a top-5 player on the tour, and I think I’m capable of being the best player on the tour.”

Kuhlkin, 27, owns two PWBA titles, including a major with the U.S. Women’s Open in 2018. She also has two PWBA regional victories. Among her many Capital Region major triumphs was a Donato Scratch Singles championship. She competes in both the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League and the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league at Towne Bowling Academy.

Kuhlkin, who holds the national record for highest three-game series by a woman (890), was a two-time national champion at Nebraska, the 2013 NCAA Bowling Championship Most Outstanding Player, the NTCA 2015 Division I Player of the Year and a three-time All-American. She also excelled in international competition for Team USA, compiling one gold medal, two silver medals and two bronze medals for Team USA, as well as a gold medal and two bronze medals for Junior Team USA. Kuhlkin is also a member of the USBC Board of Directors.

She said that knowing her equipment will be one of her keys this week and throughout the PWBA Tour campaign.

“When you are out on tour, the ladies are as physically talented as you are, and they are going to hit the pocket just as much as you do,” she noted. “For me, it’s staying on top of my spares and staying on top of my ball changes. Being quick with ball switches and being aware of the lane transition is very important.

“I’ve gotten pretty good at that. That’s one of the biggest differences between an elite bowler and a very good league bowler. The bowlers out on tour know when they’ve thrown a good shot and when it’s time to make a ball change.”

Kuhlkin, who is on the Brunswick equipment staff, said she will bring nine bowling balls with her.

“The good thing with being on staff with Brunswick is that I can drill any ball I want, and I have seven different companies to choose from,” she said. “I’ll be bringing the same balls I’ve been using in my league, because I feel comfortable with my arsenal. I’m a feel player, and if I like the way the ball is coming off my hand, I’ll use it.”

Kuhlkin used a Hammer Obsession Tour ball and a Brunswick Zenith Pearl during the NYS Queens.

“I was able to use the Obsession Tour almost the entire day and averaged 250 with that ball, but the Zenith Pearl came into play when the fronts started to hook a little. When the ball hooks early, it loses energy, so I made the switch to get more length through the front of the lane and some angularity in the back,” she said.

Unfortunately, at this time, the PWBA is not allowing fans at any events. Kuhlkin hopes that may change soon, at least before she competes in the PWBA Albany Open June 3-5 at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls.

“The PWBA is trying to keep us all safe. That’s the biggest thing,” she said. “But we need our fans, and I’d be very upset if the tour closes the doors to all the fans. We have until June, so I’m hoping things change. I’ve got my fingers and toes crossed, because I would really love to see all the Capital Region fans come and see me bowl.”

By the way, Kuhlkin wasn’t the only Capital Region bowler to excel at the NYS Queens. Lefty Jessica Aiezza of Mechanicville was fourth in qualifying and earned $275. Suzie Morine of Castleton On Hudson was sixth in qualifying and earned $250, while Patti Tenyenhuis of Saugerties also cashed for $125. Amanda Szczepkowski of Rensselaer led the qualifying round of the Classified Division.

NYS TOURNEY NOTES

The 96th annual New York State USBC Open Championships continues its month-long run at Boulevard Bowl Friday at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Saturday (10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. and 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.

There are both scratch and handicap brackets available. Handicap brackets will be based on 90% of a 230 average.

For more information, contact NYS USBC Tournament Manager Angelo Corradino (845-363-1374).

The first weekend results follow:

Division 2 Team Handicap — Crooked Pines (Pittsford) 2,871, The Family (Rochester) 2,777.

Division 1 Team Handicap — Spirito Four No. 1 (Shrub Park) 3,158, Wagner Lumber (Bainbridge) 3,070.

Team scratch — Cardinal Lanes No. 1 (Lowman) 2,829), Spirito Four No. 1 2,764.

Division 2 Doubles Handicap — John Sickles-Anthony Cacckello (Ravena) 1,233, William Howard-Mike Vincenzi Sr. (New York) 1,172.

Division 1 Doubles Handicap — Gentile Zechariah-David Meyer (Staatsburg) 1,387, Mike Zarnick-John Ferraro (Staatsburg) 1,374.

Doubles Scratch — Gentile Zachariah-Meyer (Staatsburg) 1,387, Mike Zarnick-John Ferraro (Staatsburg) 1,374.

Division 2 Singles Handicap — Michael Vincenzi (Shrub Oak) 688, Shannon Rhodes (Newark Valley) 662.

Division 1 Singles Handicap — Nick Perrone (Mahopac) 748, Nick Wells (Staatsburg) 738, Brenden Boice (Barneveld) 713.

Singles Scratch — Nick Perrone (Mahopac) 748, Nick Wells (Staatsburg) 738, Brenden Boice (Barneveld) 713.

STRIKES & SPARES

Although there won’t be a Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame and Awards banquet this year because of pandemic large-gathering challenges, nominations are still being accepted for the 2020-21 Hall of Fame class. Copies of the nomination form are available on the Schenectady USBC Website. For more information, contact Chet Ciembroniewicz at 518-577-8562.

Revolutions Pro Shop operator Brian LeClair of Delmar, a former PBA50 Player of the Year, finished 18th in the PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open at Maple Lanes in Clearwater, Florida. LeClair posted a 6-5-1 match play record, averaged 231.69 and earned $1,380.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of Albany closes out its season with The Main Event Sunday 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 $50. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

Sportsman’s Bowl is hosting the Empire Youth Open Doubles Tournament Sunday. 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 Saturday and Sunday, as well as 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. The tournament is also conducting a food drive for the Northeastern Food Bank in Latham. For every $5 donation or five non-perishable food items given, bowlers will receive one free entry into a Hammer Black Widow 2.0 ball raffle. 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.

MAJOR BOWLING

Kenny Livengood continued his recent hot streak with a 290-780, Billy Wigand fired a 279-771 and Chris Radliff rolled a perfect game in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Smith hammered a 277-779, Chris Fawcett ripped a 256-743 and Mike Piotrowski tossed a 279-729 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Ryan Karabin delivered a 258-936, and B.J. Smith produced a 259-941.

Tom Earl fired a 290 game en route to a 1,014 four-game series, and Kris Impellizzeri slammed a 269-1,001 to lead 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 32-13, J&F Lawn Care 31-14, 20 North 30-15, Downs Roofing 29-16, DeCrescente Distributing 27-18, Towne Bowling Academy 23-22, TSS Printing & Awards 23-22, Team 4 23-22, Rollarama 21-24, Syron’s Meat Market 20-25, Action Bowling Supply 19-26, KKV Recovery 16-29, D&D Lawncare 12-33, Home Tech Electronics 9-36.

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Match summaries

Team 4 (0)

Marc Fowler 269-217-223 — 709, John Mauceri 222-211-201 — 634, Bob Martinez 197-224-190 — 611, Charlie Provost 182-224-230 — 636. Totals: 870-876-844 — 2,590.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 277-189-189 — 655, Lindsey McPhail 213-26-246 — 685, Marty Capullo Jr. 233-237-278 — 748, Debbie Capullo 220-225-220 — 665. Totals: 943-877-933 — 2,753.

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Rollarama (1)

Ryan Gahan 167-169-237 — 573, Keith Lawyer 200-247-238 — 685, Mike Voss 258-189-202 — 649, Dan Rotter 202-178-212 — 592. Totals: 827-783-889 — 2,499.

Syron’s Meat Market (2)

Ken Wilkins 212-220-235 — 667, Brandon Wolf 246-142-269 — 657, Chad Propper 225-183-229 — 637, Ken LaBelle Jr. 260-206-195 — 661. Totals: 943-751-928 — 2,622.

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KKV Recovery (0)

Joe Venduro 279-256-173 —708, Jackie Malone (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Austin Zullo 168-175-198 — 541, Bob Evans 200-181-193 — 574. Totals: 837-802-754 — 2,393.

Action Bowling Supply (3)

Bob Messick 246-215-245 — 706, Natasha Bidwell 211-228-185 — 624, Matt Kallner 235-244-222 — 701, Matt Fazzone 234-217-258 — 709. Totals: 926-904-910 — 2,740.

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D&D Lawncare (3)

Karrie Blake 233-166-190 — 589, Laura Rotter 200-189-224 — 613, Bill Judge 214-165-199 — 578, Tom Rogers 183-213-233 — 629. Totals: 830-733-846 — 2,409.

Home Tech Electronics (0)

Jenn Schissler 181-201-189 — 571, Chuck Schissler 205-147-185 — 537, Cheyanne McPhail 229-146-213 — 588, Gabe Criscuolo 205-237-192 — 634. Totals: 820-731-779 — 2,330.

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Vito Sindoni & Son (1)

Scott Chastenay 213-178-158 — 549, Mike Dicerbo 237-258-203 — 698, Craig Taylor 246-221-245 — 712, Dave Handlowich 214-194-222 — 630. Totals: 910-851-828 — 2,589.

J&F Lawn Care (2)

Jason Brown 205-198-210 — 613, R.J. Martinez 185-279-243 — 707, Nick Stricos 238-235-245 — 718, Steve Hallenbeck 243-201-263 — 707. Totals: 871-913-961 — 2,745.

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DeCrescente Distributing (0)

Jessica Aiezza 185-195-212 — 592, Mark Kuhlkin 226-226-222 — 674, Scott Rogers 256-248-171 — 675, Liz Kuhlkin 226-241-224 — 691. Totals: 893-910-829 — 2,632.

20 North (3)

Tommy Donato 234-231-258 — 718, Kenny Livengood 236-290-254 — 780, Joel Donato 246-225-244 — 715, Chris Radliff 261-300-170 — 731. Totals: 977-1,046-921 — 2,944.

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Downs Roofing (3)

P.J. Derenzo 232-247-172 — 651, Nick Barnes 224-201-215 — 640, Ryan Karabin 227-249-262 — 738, Billy Wigand 279-268-224 — 771. Totals: 962-965-873 — 2,800.

TSS Printing & Awards (0)

Dwayne Coonradt 231-184-204 — 619, Paul Dumas 266-187-215 — 668, Nunzi Manulli 114-243-199 — 556, Steve Wagoner 243-187-236 — 666. Totals: 854-801-854 — 2,509.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Universal Auto Parts 40-12, Muny Grille 34-18, Bob’s Pro Shop 33-19, Next Level Detailing 32-20, Metroland Photo 30-22, Café One-Eleven 29.5-22.5, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 27-25, The Appliance Specialist 27-25, Mike’s Hot Dogs 26.5-25.5, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 13-39, G & Dz Pizza 12-40, I.D.I.D. 8-44.

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Match summaries

Mike’s Hot Dogs (3)

Doug Semerad 233-267-202 — 702, Tammy Sader 172-211-145 — 528, Rich Rogaski 201-213-205 — 619, Kevin Palmer 230-212-243 — 685. Totals: 836-903-795 — 2,534.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (1)

Ted Klonowski III (absent) 211-211-211 — 633, Bob Mock 204-181-214 — 599, Jackielynn Noble 163-233-235 — 631, Jim Petronis 175-202-191 — 568. Totals: 753-827-851 — 2,431.

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I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 204-181-230 — 615, Joe Gordon 165-159-207 — 531, Jim Valentino 187-217-168 — 572, A.J. Perone (absent) 208-208-208 — 624. Totals: 764-765-813 — 2,342.

G & Gz Pizza (4)

Zach Phillips 228-179-220 — 627, Ernest Laduke Jr. 138-190-191 — 519, Rich Ellis 277-236-192 — 705, Mike Piotrowski 224-279-224 — 727. Totals: 867-884-827 — 2,578.

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Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 235-192-236 — 663, Bill Heaphy III 213-217-257 — 687, Chris Smith 238-264-277 — 779, Chris Fedden 224-259-204 — 687. Totals: 910-932-974 — 2,816.

Muny Grille (0)

Jay Diamond 237-232-205 — 674, Dave Bingham 213-199-176 — 588, John Musto Jr. 235-257-191 — 683, Jamie Diamond 190-190-279 — 659. Totals: 875-878-851 — 2,604.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (1)

Fred McMahon 167-217-199 — 583, Earl Lawrence Jr. 238-184-239 — 661, Bob Tedesco Jr. 224-204-263 — 691, Mike Smith 195-256-198 — 649. Totals: 824-861-899 — 2,584.

Next Level Detailing (3)

Mike Guidarelli 248-247-214 — 709, Jim Bassotti 279-194-218- – 691, Jim Parker 216-197-213 — 626, Matt Swiatocha 199-252-195 — 646. Totals: 942-890-840 — 2,672.

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Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 195-194-223 — 612, Rob Mengel 256-153-178 — 587, Cory Buckley 226-228-198 — 652, Tyler Mochrie 269-258-198 — 725. Totals: 946-833-797 — 2,576.

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 228-182-193 — 603, Steve Renzi 213-238-202 — 653, Ron Williams 239-202-218 — 659, Mike Gallitelli 235-268-202 — 705. Totals: 915-890-815 — 2,620.

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Rollin Smoke BBQ (1)

John Leone 245-211-234 — 690, Bill Carl 231-184-200 — 615, Kalynn Carl 225-189-206 — 620, Justin Carl (absent) 233-233-233 — 699. Totals: 934-817-873 — 2,624.

The Appliance Specialist (3)

Jeremy Clute 169-257-202 — 628, Steve Fawcett 177-221-206 — 604, Zach Gravell 219-238-213 — 661, Chris Fawcett 256-234-253 — 743. Totals: 82-950-874 — 2,636.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Masons Automotive 40-20, Derenzo’s Tax Service 36-24, Downs Roofing 32-28, Kalpro 25.5-34.5, D.A. Parisi & Co. 24-36, Boulevard Bowl 22.5-37.5.

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Match summaries

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 171-194-194-202 — 761, Jeff Williams 192-162-211-167 — 732, Ken Wilkins 213-206-192-204 — 815. Totals: 576-562-597-573 — 2,308.

Boulevard Bowl (4)

Mike Scaccia 214-207-194-235 — 850, Brian Hart 228-223-183-220 — 854, Cory Bennett 171-156-147-243 — 717. Totals: 613-586-524-698 — 2,421.

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Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 212-163-171-210 — 756, Robin Fredenburgh 195-291-190-192 — 778, B.J. Smith Jr. 245-225-212-259 — 941. Totals: 652-589-573-661 — 2,475.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (1)

P.J. Derenzo 204-147-204-207 — 762, Mark Derenzo 224-206-235-216 — 881, Dean Halpin 168-215-171-215 — 769. Totals: 596-568-610-638 — 2,412.

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Downs Roofing (4)

Zach Strachan 187-200-196-235 — 818, Tony Bianchi 211-202-169-201 — 783, Ryan Karabin 247-196-258-235 — 936. Totals: 645-598-623-671 — 2,537.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 221-168-206-189 — 784, Kyle Wilkins 180-233-198-174 — 785, Joe Carusone 235-163-224-180 — 802. Totals: 636-564-628-543 — 2,371.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Team 11 200-120, Sindoni Sausage 189.5-130.5, CDMVS 186.5-133.5, Next Level Detailing 185-135, A Touch of Country Florist 184-136, Broadway Lunch 168.5-151.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 168-152, Sportsman’s Bowl 167-153, Rogers MotorSports 165.5-154.5, Towne Bowling Academy 161.5-158.5, Pete’s Auto 161-159, Team Criscuolo 160-160, Loyal Nutrition 155.5-164.5, Never Enough Performance 153.5-166.5, TSS Printing & Awards 151.5-168.5, Team Barnes’ 147-173, 15 Church 142-178, J & U 129-191, A-Plus Heating 121.5-198.5, Boulevard Bowl 103.5-216.5

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Match summaries

Broadway Lunch (11)

Renee Earl 212-175-181-184 — 752, Tom Earl 245-268-211-290 — 1,014. Totals: 489-475-424-506 — 1,894.

Rogers MotorSports (9)

Kelly Chrzanowski 215-228-202-212 — 857, Tom Rogers 171-222-236-189 — 818. Totals: 420-484-472-435 — 1,811.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (12)

Lindsey McPhail 216-235-223-222 — 896, Austin Zullo 190-265-234-219 — 908. Totals: 439-533-490-474 — 1 ,936.

Towne Bowling Academy (8)

Debbie Capullo 228-247-269-215 — 959, Marty Capullo Jr. 205-212-216-221 — 854. Totals: 447-473-499-450 — 1,069.

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Team Criscuolo (9)

Liz Criscuolo 202-130-156-154 — 642, Gabe Criscuolo 215-206-233-193 — 847. Totals: 486-405-458-416 — 1,765.

Pete’s Auto (11)

Jenn Schissler 254-160-217-222 — 853, Chuckie Schissler 181-191-212-213 — 797. Totals: 479-395-473-479 — 1,826.

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TSS Printing & Awards (5.5)

Jackie Malone (absent) 204-204-204-204 — 816, Paul Dumas 258-214-191-209 — 872. Totals: 494-450-427-445 — 1,816.

Loyal Nutrition (14.5)

Amber Dominic 222-191-214-190 — 817, Zach Porter 241-239-268-213 — 961. Totals: 496-463-515-436 — 1,910.

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Never Enough Performance (15)

Kate Clark 236-181-239-232 — 888, Jamie Duncan 225-223-199-210 — 857. Totals: 500-443-477-481 — 1,901.

15 Church (5)

Aliyah Liberatore 167-176-215-195 — 873, Ben Empie 245-199-192-215 — 851. Totals: 477-440-472-475 — 1,864.

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Team Barnes’ (14)

Kaitlyn Barnes 184-180-215-225 — 804, Nick Barnes 192-235-202-247 — 876. Totals: 409-448-450-505 — 1,812.

A-Plus Heating (6)

Michelle Largeteau 138-129-106-154 — 527, Tony Pasquerella 212-195-179-166 — 752. Totals: 463-437-398-433 — 1,731.

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J & U (19.5)

Ursula Pasquerella 215-223-224-255 — 917, Joe Venduro 217-279-190-259 — 945. Totals: 475-545-457-557 — 2,034.

Boulevard Bowl (0.5)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 217-193-205-227 — 842, Cliff Ruth 214-247-183-232 — 876. Totals: 471-480-428-499 — 1,878.

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Sindoni Sausage (2)

Liz Kuhlkin 268-257-200-236 — 961, Mark Kuhlkin 192-217-215-246 — 870. Totals: 463-477-418-485 — 1,843.

Team 11 (18)

Kris Impellizzeri 238-247-247-269 — 1,001, Matt Fazzone 253-211-241-245 — 950. Totals: 513-480-510-536 — 2,039.

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CDMVS (6)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 192-219-246-258 — 915, John Askew 223-215-217-222 — 877. Totals; 432-451-480-497 — 1,860.

Next Level Detailing (14)

Kim Swiatocha 246-217-226-219 — 908, Matt Swiatocha 236-234-226-254 — 950. Totals: 501-470-471-492 — 1,934.

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A Touch of Country Florist (18)

Janelle Irwin 192-216-225-201 — 834, Steve Irwin 193-258-268-258 — 977. Totals: 426-515-534-500 — 1,975.

Sportsman’s Bowl (2)

Erika Poje 233-167-224-158 — 782, Nick DiCerbo 148-224-164-170 — 706. Totals: 422-432-429-369 — 1,652.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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