In the Pocket: Nash’s outstanding career lands him in hall of fame

Tim Nash, 68, was elected into the Schenectady USBC Bowling Association Hall of Fame this summer. He was a member of eight City League championship teams. (Photo provided)

Tim Nash, 68, was elected into the Schenectady USBC Bowling Association Hall of Fame this summer. He was a member of eight City League championship teams. (Photo provided)

During his prime, Tim Nash was the consummate team player for some of the best championship squads in Schenectady USBC Bowling Association history.

That’s why longtime area secretary Davey Mennillo nicknamed Nash “the blue-collar bowler,” and it’s also one of the many reasons the Latham resident was selected to the association’s Hall of Fame this summer.

“The HOF induction is the icing on the cake for my bowling career,” said Nash, who doesn’t bowl competitively anymore, but still keeps up with the game by watching his son, Albert, bowl at Hometown Lanes.

“I just watch now,” he said. “My undercarriage has failed me to a great extent, but I still try to keep up with the game. I watch my son bowl a couple of times a week, and I’m always there to help anyone with their game.”

Nash, now 68, was often the leadoff bowler on elite teams. In 23 seasons as a member of the City League, now called the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League, at Towne Bowling Academy, Nash won eight league championships. He averaged 219 over that span, with a high average of 232. In 13 seasons as a member of the Vitalo Classic league at Sportsman’s Bowl, he won another team title, averaging 221 with a high average of 233.

Nash also competed in the Boulevard Classic for eight years and the City Catholic league for four seasons. His composite average in 27 seasons in the Schenectady USBA bowling association was 218.4.

Nash rolled 26 perfect games and collected eight 800 triples, with a career-high of 835. He also became the first bowler in SBA history to record two 1,100 four-game series. He teamed with the late Frank Impellizzeri Sr., Mike Christie and Rit Szczepanski to win a SBA Tournament team title with a record score of 2,868 at the time, and also paired with Christie for a SBA doubles crown.

In the NYS Tournament, Nash was part of a team that finished second in the handicap division, and his Luigi’s Restaurant squad won the NYS Tournament scratch championship in 1989-90 with Christie, Marty Capullo Sr., Skip Vigars Jr. and Szczepanski. At one time, his four-man team held the national record for highest three-game series.

Nash also finished second to Les Douglas in his only TV Tournament Time appearance, and he won two Northern Bowlers Association titles. Twice, he finished second to Vigars for high average in the Vitalo Classic and also won a league scoring title in the Loubier league at the now defunct Revere Lanes.

Before moving to the SBA, he bowled in the Albany Bowling Association, where he was a member of the 50th anniversary all-star team. He rolled his first perfect game at The Bowlers Club at the age of 19. He won an average title in the now defunct Action Lanes Classic and was the American Division average champion as well.

Nash also served two years as league president of the Vitalo Classic, and he coached the Vincentian Institute varsity bowling team for two years, winning the Diocesan League championship in 1977.

“Tim has compiled an impressive set of accomplishments over his 27 years of being a member of our association,” wrote Sczczepanski in support of Nash’s SBA induction. “Tim has always been a trusty teammate to Ray Ross and myself over much of Tim’s career. Tim rarely missed a match, and he was extremely helpful to his team by offering suggestions on how to attack the lanes, and which ball would be the most productive under the conditions we faced. [He] was instrumental in winning 8 team titles during his 23 years as a member of what I consider to be the premier league in the SBA, the City League.”

Nash said he was a classic down-and-in bowler who relied on accuracy rather than pure power. He said he used whatever equipment was the hottest on the market at the time.

“I used anything and everything back then,” he recalled. “I remember when the resin balls just started coming out. They were obviously a lot different than the urethane balls. I think the new technology is very interesting with all the weights and the shapes in the core. Bowling is like mad chemistry now. You need the right equipment and the right shot for the condition.”

Nash, who has been married to his wife, Mary, for 42 years, said a couple of his favorite memories were rolling his two 1,100 four-game series.
“My first one was against Mike Christie, Eddie Gumm and Harry Polomaine on lanes 9-10 at Sportsman’s Bowl. I remember Polomaine saying it was one of the best matches he had ever seen bowled,” Nash recalled. “My second 1,100 was with Ray Ross and Rit Szczepanski. I had 801 for my first three games, and Rit said I needed to shoot a 300 to get another 1,100. And I did just that.

“My career was entertaining. We won some big tournaments over the years, and it was a lot of fun bowling with guys like Ray Ross, Rit Szczepanski and Mike Christie.”

STRIKES & SPARES
Sorry to hear that Revolutions Pro Shop owner and former PBA50 Bowler of the Year Brian LeClair was forced to miss both the recent PBA50 U.S. Open and this week’s USBC Senior Masters because of a blood clot in his leg. We wish him a very quick recovery so he can get back on the lanes.

PWBA standout Liz Kuhlkin has been chosen to represent the United States in the Pan American Games next month in Cali, Colombia. It will be the third trip with Team USA for Kuhlkin, a two-time PWBA tournament winner from Schalmont High School and Nebraska University. She has nine medals overall competing for Team USA and Junior Team USA.

Joe VanDerLinden Jr., son of SBA Hall of Famer Joe VanDerLinden, rolled his first 300 game last week in the Macejka’s Edgewood Independent Bowling League at Towne Bowling Academy. He finished with a 769 triple, beating his dad by 105 pins.

Although its regular tournament format doesn’t begin until November, the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York will have a special kickoff event Oct. 3 at Sportsman’s Bowl for any A.L.B.A.N.Y. member who has competed in at least six previous events and carries an established average in the organization. Handicap is 100 percent of the difference between your average and 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. Entry fee is $50 ($40 if received by Sept. 29). Make checks payable to Jim Burton and send them to Jeff Segel, P.O. Box 11093, Loudonville, N.Y. 12211.

Steve Fawcett reminds local youth bowling coaches and administrators that he is planning to attempt a return of the Joey Schmidt Capital District Youth Traveling League.

Del Lanes is the site of the season-opening Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour Sept. 25 at 12:30 p.m.

The Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Doubles Tournament is set for Boulevard Bowl on Oct. 23 at 2:30 p.m. and Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Entry fee is $30 per bowler. Handicap will be 90% of a team’s entering average and 440. Only one PWBA member is allowed per team. The prize ratio will be one in eight. There is an optional scratch singles entry of $10 per team. First place will be worth $800. Bowlers can re-enter, but only with a different teammate. Entries may be dropped off at the Schenectady USBC Bowling Association office at Boulevard Bowl or they may be mailed to tournament co-directors Kristen Zadrozny (1941 Fero Ave., Schenectady, N.Y. 12303) or Sharon Sager (1138 Spearhead Drive, Scotia, N.Y 12302). For more informat.ion, contact Zadrozny (518-466-9088) or Sager (518-376-6677).

Back in May, the team of Kuhlkin (752 triple), Robin Orlikowski (704), Jessica Aiezza (696) and Suzanne Morine (657) won the prestigious USBC Diamond Team championship at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada. The results weren’t verified until the tournament officially closed in early July and the scores were checked.

Towne Bowling Academy will host the Albany TNBA Senate Trio Tournament Oct. 16-17. First place will be $1,500, based on 80 entries. Entry fee is $90 per team. There is an optional singles event for $10. Handicap will be 90 percent of 230, with a 690 average cap. TNBA membership is required to bowl. Squad times will be 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Oct. 16 and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Oct. 17. For more information, contact TNBA Senate president Robert Danzy (518-507-2218).

Towne Bowling Academy’s Once-A-Month Fun League starts Saturdays in October. It’s a couples league. For more information, call Towne Bowling Academy at 518-355-3939.

MAJOR BOWLING
Kuhlkin fired a 279 game and an 816 triple during a 1,003 four-game series, Jessica Thomas recorded a perfect game during a 972 series, Don Herrington produced a 289-964 and Tom Earl delivered a 289-962 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Charlie Provost slammed a 299 game during a 799 triple, Paul Dumas tossed a 278-793, Lee Aiezza pounded a 290-778, Mike Scaccia drilled a 279-776, Kuhlkin hammered a 268-774 and Steve Hallenbeck rolled a 277-773 in the expanded Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

In the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl, Chris Fawcett fired a 258-745 to edge B.J. Smith’s 257-743 for individual honors. Also connecting for 700 triples were Brian French (268-738), Tyler Mochrie (255-733), Eric Hilton (247-729), Tammy Sader (247-720), Mike Guidarelli (263-718), Kalynn Carl (246-718), Andy Smith (247-718), Art Van Buren (246-716), Joe Daurizio (247-716) and John Musto Jr. (268-707).

P.J. Derenzo shot a 267-967, and Spark Derenzo tossed a 268-945 to pace the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
TSS Printing & Awards 3-0, Towne Bowling Academy 3-0, Team 11 3-0, Team 8 3-0, Team 6 2-1, Boulevard Bowl 2-1, Sindoni Sausage 2-1, Team 18 2-1, Down’s Roofing 2-1, Team 2, J&F Lawn Care 1-2, Team 20 1-2, Team 17 1-2, Rollarama 1-2, Kristel Mechanical 1-2, Team 10 1-2, ABS Pro Shop 0-3, KKV Recovery 0-3, Mastrianni Food Distributors 0-3, Team 7 0-3.
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Match summaries
Kristel Mechanical (1)
Ed White 162-183-288 — 633, Mel Kristel 204-212-219 — 635, Bryn Kelley 161-169-182 — 512, Jeff Whitehouse 194-258-217 — 669. Totals: 721-822-906 — 2,449.
Team 2 (2)
Jackie Malone 194-233-201 — 628, Bob Evans 200-224-231 — 655, James Carpenter 226-214-164 — 604, Eric McDowell (absent) 190-190-190 — 570.
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Mastroianni Food Distributors (0)
Rit Fazzone 138-198-204 — 540, Chris Allen 211-188-151 — 550, Chad Propper 236-207-286 — 729, Zach Porter 203-195-254 — 652. Totals: 788-788-895 — 2,471.
TSS Printing & Awards (3)
Paul Dumas 278-257-258 — 793, Dwayne Coonradt 205-237-233 — 675, Craig Taylor 201-210-237 — 648, Steve Wagoner 245-256-258 — 759. Totals: 9299-960-986 — 2,875.
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J&F Lawn Care (1)
Jason Brown 223-207-223 — 653, R.J. Martinez 240-235-232 — 707, Steve Hallenbeck 277-236-260 — 773, Nick Stricos 247-201-248 — 696 .Totals: 987-879-963 — 2,829.
Team 6 (2)
Dan Auricchio 256-196-234 — 686, Lee Aiezza 290-279-209 — 778, Jeff Young 211-223-2279 — 713, Ron Unser 278-192-204 — 674. Totals: 1,035-890-926 — 2,851.
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Team 7 (0)
Zach Strachan 207-216-165 — 588, Kyle Wilkins 189-140-164 — 493, Jeremy Clute 206-213-223 — 642, Stephen Alexander 191-216-224 — 631. Totals: 793-785-776 — 2,354.
Team 8 (3)
Roy Vanderbogart 245-203-192 — 640, Justin Barcomb 247-268-212 — 727, Brandon Bickford 234-217-203 — 654, John Pancake 244-201-228 — 673. Totals: 970-889-835 — 2,694.
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Down’s Roofing (2)
Bryan Admire 190-206-205 — 601, Nick Barnes 176-186-201 — 563, Ryan Karabin 258-211-241 — 710, Billy Wigand 170-204-269 — 643. Totals: 794-807-916 — 2,517.
Team 10 (1)
Jenn Schissler 215-244-161 — 620, Chuck Schissler 163-223-189 — 575, Joe Venduro 246-191-179 — 616, Gabe Criscuolo 167-178-180 — 525. Totals: 791-836-709 — 2,336.
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Team 11 (2)
Liz Kuhlkin 259-247-268 — 774, Jessica Aiezza 179-194-187 — 560, Suzie Morine 236-216-219 — 691, John Askew 228-259-200 — 687. Totals: 922-916-874 — 2,712.
KKV Recovery (1)
Vinny Struffolino 181-200-191 — 572, Kara Struffolino 226-225-279 — 730, Nick DiCerbo 207-149-189 — 545, Ronnie Zadrozny 221-237-213 — 671. Totals: 835-811-872 — 2,518.
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Towne Bowling Academy (3)
Marty Capullo Jr. 227-256-275 — 758, Debbie Capullo 220-207-235 — 662, Tom Earl 255-256-206 — 717, Tony Palumbo 227-191-248 — 666. Totals: 929-910-964 — 2,803.
ABS Pro Shop (0)
Matt Kallner 226-213-211 — 650, Natasha Fazzone 192-168-193 — 553, Jeff Kallner 231-214-193 — 638, Matt Fazzone 245-237-225 — 707. Totals: 894-832-822 — 2,548.
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Sindoni Sausage (2)
Joe VanDerLinden 280-227-191 — 698, Tom Egan Jr. 236-211-181 — 628, Mike DiCerbo 184-2809-236 — 700, Don Herrington 229-225-278 — 732. Totals: 929-943-886 — 2,758.
Rollarama (1)
Ron Paradiso 199-213-224 — 636, Brandon Wolf 233-233-219 — 685, Dan Rotter 258-195-235 — 688, Ken LaBelle Jr. 224-247-211 — 682. Totals: 914-888-889 — 2,591.
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Team 17 (1)
Marc Fowler 213-223-184 — 620, Karrie Blake 226-208-241 — 675, Cassius Boyd 259-184-162 — 605, Charlie Provost 299-248-252 — 799. Totals: 997-863-839 — 2,699.
Team 18 (2)
Ed Gumm 212-210-233 — 655, Brad Lawyer 235-216-213 — 664, Chip Tashjian 290-187-195 — 672, Jody Becker 178-253-269 — 700. Totals: 915-866-910 — 2,691.
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Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 176-211-234 — 621, Ken Wilkins 203-266-267 — 736, Mike Scaccia 258-239-279 — 776, Jason Impellizzeri 245-258-206 — 709. Totals: 882-974-986 — 2,842.
Team 20 (1)
Tommy Donato 279-277-194 — 750, Chris Radliff 265-214-190 — 669, Joel Donato 257-195-247 — 699, Kenny Livengood 228-199-266 — 693. Totals: 1,029-885-897 — 2,811.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Team 17 33-7, Sindoni Sausage 28-12, Towne Bowling Academy 26.5-13.5, Team 8 26-14, Team 10 24-16, Team 20 24-16, Team 11 23-17, Pete’s Auto 23-17, Team 6 22-188, TSS Printing & Awards, A-Plus Heating 22-18, Team 14 20-20, Team 12 18-22, Team 15 17.5-22.5, Barbecue Recreation 16-24, Team 7 14-26, Next Level Detailing 13-27, Team 3 11-29, Team 19 9-31, Team 18 8-32.
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Match summaries
Team 3 (6)
Amber Dominic 224-159-176-180 — 739, Vinny Struffolino 204-224-204-149 — 781. Totals: 473-428-425-374 — 1,700.
Team 11 (14)
Renee Earl 156-179-162-192 — 689,Tom Earl 267-224-289-182 — 962. Totals: 455-435-483-406 — 1,779.
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Barbecue Recreation (9)
Kaitlyn Barnes 258-183-245-199 — 885, Nick Barnes 254-209-178-170 — 811. Totals: 546-426-457-403 — 1,832..
Pete’s Auto (11)
Jenn Schissler 192-202-257-199 — 850, Chuckie Schissler 162-202-181-180 — 725. Totals: 398-448-482-423 — 1,751.
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TSS Printing & Awards (12)
Jackie Malone 235-184-200-174 — 793, Paul Dumas 171-245-234-192 — 842. Totals: 438-461-466-398 — 1,763.
Team 18 (8)
Jessica Aiezza 235-255-242-211 — 943, Dave McLear 182-203-158-189 — 732. Totals: 424-465-407-407 — 1,703.
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Team 17 (13)
Erika Poje 212-190-245-177 — 724, Billy McGaffin 237-258-234-219 — 948. Totals: 482-481-412-429 — 1,804.
Team 12 (7)
Catie Bell 192-208-163-166 — 729, Michael Pierce 247-226-213-202 — 888. Totals: 482-477-419-411 — 1,789.
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Next Level Detailing (4)
Kim Swiatocha 177-237-149-213 — 776, Matt Swiatocha 193-206-223-227 — 849. Totals: 389-462-391-459 — 1,701.
Team 15 (16)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 186-213-170-153 — 692, Gabe Criscuolo 180-224-216-191 — 811. Totals: 405-506-455-413 — 1,779.
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Team 8 (11)
Ursula Pasquerella 182-176-195-210 — 763, Joe Venduro 224-158-197-205 — 784. Totals: 449-377-435-458 — 1,719.
A-Plus (9)
Michelle Largeteau 105-161-126-133 — 525, Tony Pasquerella 165-173-179-222 — 739. Totals: 383-447-418-468 — 1,716.
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Sindoni Sausage (13)
Liz Kuhlkin 269-268-279-187 — 1,003, Joe VanDerLinden 199-195-269-201 — 864. Totals: 470-465-550-390 — 1,875.
Team 19 (7)
Kelly Chrzanowski 234-228-234-231 — 927, Tom Rogers 204-179-214-205 — 802. Totals: 472-441-482-470 — 1 ,865.
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Team 20 (6)
Victoria Shufelt 219-200-200-173 — 792, Zack Porter 268-279-220-170 — 937. Totals: 518-510-451-374 — 1,729.
Team 10 (14)
Lindsey McPhail 204-213-246-235 — 898, Don Herrington 216-289-223-236 — 964. Totals: 432-514-481-483 — 1,910.
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Team 7 (9)
Cheyanne McPhail 224-214-223-236 — 897, Chris Fawcett 215-213-206-203 — 837. Totals: 458-446-448-458 — 1,810.
Team 6 (11)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 193-192-224-234 — 843, John Askew 236-244-257-203 — 940. Totals: 446-453-498-454 — 1,851.
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Towne Bowling Academy (8)
Debbie Capullo 209-220-276-227 — 932, Marty Capullo Jr. 276-177-213-232 — 898. Totals: 500-412-504-474 — 1,890.
Team 14 (12)
Jessica Thomas 233-243-300-196 — 972, Lee Quivey 185-195-211-188 — 779. Totals: 463-483-556-429 — 1,931.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
VanBuren Enterprises 4-0, Metroland Photo 4-0, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 3-1, Muny Grille 3-1, Mike’s Hot Dogs 3-1, Café One-Eleven 3-1, G & Dz Pizza 3-1, The Appliance Specialist 1-3, St. John Stone & Concrete 1-3, Precision Floors 1-3, Universal Auto Parts 1-3, I.D.I.D. 1-3, Bob’s Pro Shop 0-4, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 0-4.
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Match summaries
Precision Floors (1)
Mike Guidarelli 249-263-206 — 718, Jim Bassotti 178-173-201 — 552, Tom Siatkowski 213-222-223 — 658, Matt Swiatocha 244-226-189 — 659. Totals: 884-884-819 — 2,587.
Mike’s Hot Dogs (3)
Doug Semerad 204-211-231 — 646, Tammy Sader 239-247-234 — 720, Kevin Palmer 244-180-181 — 605, Zach Gravell 238-215-203 — 656. Totals: 925-853-849 — 2,627.
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G & Dz Pizza (3)
Jason Deitz 191-190-192 — 573, Rich Ellis 227-211-254 — 692, Matthew Hitchcock 252-208-196 — 656, Gary Neumann 184-172-255 — 611. Totals: 854-781-897 — 2,532.
I.D.I.D. (1)
Tony Fernandez 224-224-212 — 660, Joe Gordon 153-147-148 — 448, Jim Valentino 176-183-224 — 583, A.J. Perone 204-239-204 — 647. Totals: 757-793-788 — 2,338.
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Café One-Eleven (3)
Joe DiBiase 187-211-215 — 613, Rob Mengel 179-192-225 — 596, Cory Buckley 223-218-230 — 671, Tyler Mochrie 244-234-255 — 733. Totals: 833-855-925 — 2,613.
Universal Auto Parts (1)
Andy Smith 233-248-237 — 718, Bill Heaphy III 217-235-205 — 657, Chris Smith 179-204-220 — 603, Chris Fedden 151-193-246 — 590. Totals: 780-880-908 — 2,568.
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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)
Jackielynn Noble 178-220-166 — 564, Jim Petronis 233-157-147 — 537, Amy Matchen 214-202-213 — 629, Vacant 200-200-200 — 600. Totals: 825-779-726 — 2,330.
VanBuren Enterprises (4)
Art Van Buren 246-225-245 — 716, Rich Manzer Jr. 235-228-204 — 667, Brian French 203-267-268 — 738, Terry Ray 228-220-217 — 665. Totals: 912-940-934 — 2,786.
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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (3)
Bill Carl 170-223-208 — 601, Kalynn Carl 236-246-236 — 718, Eric Hilton 245-247-237 — 729, John Leone 209-215-244 — 668. Totals: 860-931-925 — 2,716.
The Appliance Center (1)
Steve Fawcett 169-182-229 — 580, Mike Liberatore 259-215-201 — 675, Mike Bellinger 258-244-180 — 682, Chris Fawcett 258-239-248 — 745. Totals: 944-880-858 — 2,682.
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Metroland Photo (4)
Lee Quivey 210-216-192 — 618, Steve Renzi 214-196-231 — 641, B.J. Smith Jr. 250-236-257 — 743, Cliff Ruth 194-213-239 — 646. Totals: 868-861-919 — 2,648.
Bob’s Pro Shop (0)
Fred McMahon 160-217-214 — 591, Earl Lawrence Jr. 219-197-188 — 604, Bob Tedesco Jr. 236-227-220 — 683, Mike Smith 217-183-220 — 620. Totals: 832-824-842 — 2,498.
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St. John Stone & Concrete (1)
Joe D’Aurizio III 231-217-200 — 648, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 247-223-246 — 716, Ron Williams 189-222-246 — 657, Kristine Impellizzeri 190-236-210 — 636. Totals: 857-898-902 — 2,657.
Muny Grille (3)
Jay Diamond 248-207-206 — 661, John Musto Jr. 268-225-214 — 707, Jamie Diamond 226-245-207 — 678, Gary Bingham 212-246-209 — 667. Totals: 954-923-836 — 2,713.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Derenzo’s Tax Service 4-1, Team 7 4-1, Kalpro 3-2, Boulevard Bowl 3-2, Downs Roofing 2-3, D.A. Parisi & Co. 2-3, Masons Automotive 1-4, Team 8 1-4.
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Match summaries
Kalpro (3)
Keith Lawyer 206-161-230-194 — 791, Kyle Wilkins 192-207-202-247 — 848, Joe Crusone 214-220-216-197 — 847. Totals: 612-588-648-638 — 2,486.
D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)
John Mecca 194-215-169-188 — 766, Jeff Williams 212-190-207-161 — 779, Ken Wilkins 222-225-189-187 — 823. Totals: 628-630-565-536 — 2,359.
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Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)
P.J. Derenzo 267-209-266 -225 — 967, Spark Derenzo 215-215-247-268 — 945, Bob Tuttle (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760. Totals: 672-614-703-683 — 2,672.
Masons Automotive (1)
Mark Hansen 219-181-204-222 — 836, Robin Fredenburgh 204-238-161-236 — 839, B.J. Smith Jr. 223-224-225-199 — 871. Totals: 646-643-590-667 — 2,546.
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Downs Roofing (2)
Zach Strachan 204-190-257-188 — 839, Alwaz Khan 158-178-215-221 — 772, Ryan Karabin 205-220-201-200 — 826. Totals: 567-588-673-609 — 2,437.
Boulevard Bowl ({3)
Mike Scaccia 190-190-190-186 — 756, Brian Hart 224-259-234-178 — 895, Mike Pfau 190-202-213-215 — 820. Totals: 604-651-637-579 — 2,471.
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Team 7 (4)
Zach Mecca 174-213-181-201 — 769, Tony Bianchi 25-193-236-249 — 893, Tom Girard 136-193-174-170 — 673. Totals: 525-599-591-620 — 2,335.
Team 8 (0)
No one bowled.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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