In the Pocket: Livengood doesn’t need technology to have success

Kenny Livengood had rolled back-to-back 800 triples in the Capital District All Star league Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl. (Photo provided)

Kenny Livengood had rolled back-to-back 800 triples in the Capital District All Star league Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl. (Photo provided)

Kenny Livengood can pile up strikes in bunches with a power game that doesn’t necessarily require the newest technology available.

Using a 3-year-old Honey Badger ball given to him and drilled by Towne Bowling Academy’s Action Bowling Supply pro shop operator Matt Fazzone, the 22-year-old Colonie High School and SUNY Schenectady graduate is on quite a roll recently. He’s produced back-to-back 800 triples in the Capital District All Star league Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl.

“The Honey Badger is my favorite league ball ever,” Livengood said. “It’s the original gold one. That ball is clean through the front and gives me the motion I want down lane. I never have to change balls. Ninety-five percent of the time the ball keeps me to the right, and it’s the only ball that works for me.”

Livengood, who recorded an 810 triple last week and a career-high 837 the week before, said that Fazzone, his frequent doubles partner, recommended the ball to him. He gives his good friend credit for the advice and for drilling up the ball perfectly for the way he releases it.

“Matt really knows my game,” Livengood said.

His recent outburst is one of the most notable achievements of his young career.

“It was pretty cool to get that second 800,” Livengood said. “I wasn’t thinking about it, but in my last four league games, I shot 1,126, so I was pretty excited. My second game Thursday night, I only shot a 220, so I wasn’t really paying attention, but when I got up in the 10th frame of my third game, I realized that I had a chance for another 800. I didn’t throw it great, but I got the 800.”

Livengood, who started off with a 289 game, nearly pulled off an even nicer achievement with a perfect game to finish off his night, but he ended up with a 299.

“I threw it too hard and ended up with a 2-pin,” he said. “But getting back-to-back 800s is something I dreamed about doing, so it feels really good.”

Livengood, who has eight perfect games and four 800 triples to his credit, learned the game from his late father, lefty standout Keith Livengood, who was one of the best bowlers in the Capital Region for decades.

“My dad taught me how to bowl, and I don’t think there was any difference in him being a lefty vs. me being a righty,” Livengood said. “He was my dad, and I didn’t want to listen to him back then. I didn’t have a great bowling mind growing up. I would always see him strike, and I expected to strike all the time myself. I got upset a lot on the lanes, and we didn’t see eye to eye when I was in the juniors.”

Despite his occasional disagreements with his father, Livengood had an excellent junior bowling career. He won two Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour events, including perhaps his best performance to date.

“I rolled a 300 game in the finals at Hometown Lanes. It was live on Facebook, and it’s the best 12 shots I’ve ever shot in a row. Everything was flush, and no pins were standing. It was the best single game I’ve ever thrown,” he said.

Livengood also made the cut and finished 116th in the prestigious Junior Gold Tournament, a national event for elite juniors every summer. Since he began competing in adult leagues a few years ago, Livengood’s most noteworthy tournament efforts were in doubles events. Last year, he teamed up with Fazzone to win the Town & Country Baker Doubles Tournament. He and Fazzone recently finished sixth in a Baker Doubles tournament at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls.

“As far as individual tournaments are concerned, my best finish so far was 10th in a New England Bowling Association event,” Livengood said. “That was awesome, because going into this year; I never made the cut in an adult tournament. I was always nervous or I thought too much about it. I ended up losing in the round of 16 even though I shot a 266 game.”

Livengood, who works part-time in the pits at East Greenbush Bowling Center, only has a few bowling goals currently.

“I really want to win a singles tournament championship,” he said. “I enjoy bowling in those NEBA tournaments, and winning one of those would be great, but it’s very competitive over there, especially on top. It’s extremely hard to make the finals.”

Unlike some of his talented peers, Livengood doesn’t aspire to be a pro bowler.

“I don’t look at trying to get in the PBA, but maybe I’ll try some regional events,” he said. “As I’ve gotten a little older from being just a kid, I have no desire to practice every day and go out on tour. I practice just enough to be competitive in my leagues and local tournaments.”

He also would like to improve his performance at the annual Bud Bowl, one of the best regional events.

“I missed the cut in my first try by 27 or 28 pins, but they pay $5,000 to win, so it’s definitely worth trying to win that tournament,” he said.

His best league average so far was a 228 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday nights at Towne Bowling Academy last year, but he’s averaging much higher in his two leagues this year (252 in the CD All Stars and 239 in the City League) thanks to his great start.

STRIKES & SPARES
Stan Skop rolled a handicap triple of 730 to edge two-time champion Don Amyot (727) in the first Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York tournament of the season Sunday at Sportsman’s Bowl. Twenty-nine bowlers competed. Only bowlers with established A.L.B.A.N.Y. averages were eligible for this special bonus event for league bowlers with average less than 215. Skop won $300, and Amyot took home $150. Rounding out the cashers were Marv Maher Jr. (725, $100), Kim Wilson (724, $80), Dustin Burton (716, $60) and Nicole Graham (711, $50). The next A.L.B.A.N.Y. tournament will be in late November at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy.

Sportsman’s Bowl’s annual Tavern Tournament will be held Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. Entry fee for this five-person team event is $125 per team. One in six teams will cash. First place is $550 guaranteed, based on 28 teams. Handicap is 100% of 220. One team will bowl on each pair. Pizza, salad, soda, and cheese with crackers will be available during bowling. Call 518-355-4330 for more information.

Towne Bowling Academy’s Youth Bakers Doubles tournament continues Saturday (4 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m., 1 p.m.). Entry fee is $50 per team. The format will be eight Baker games. Bowlers may cash for scholarship prizes only once with the same partner, but re-entries will be unlimited. There will be three divisions: Under 18, Under 15 and Under 13, based on the oldest bowler. Contact Towne Bowling Academy at 518-355-3939 for more information.

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, NY 12303) or Sharon Sager (1138 Spearhead Drive, Scotia, NY 12302). For more information, contact Zadrozny (518-466-9088) or Sager (518-376-6677).

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% 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).

The Daily Gazette league is once again in need of two bowlers. The league bowls Tuesday at noon at Sportsman’s Bowl. It’s a mixed, three-person, 100% handicap league. Contact Sportsman’s Bowl or secretary Marty Browne on Facebook for more information.

Boulevard Bowl will host the PBA50 Boulevard Lanes Open Nov. 5-7. This event will serve as a qualifier for the Regional Pro Invitational Finals in January. The top two PBA members who are eligible in this event will qualify as long as they have bowled in a minimum of 3 PBA East Region tournaments.

Town & Country’s Turnpike Open is set for Nov. 13 (10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and Nov. 14 (9 a.m.), with the finals set for Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $100. Format will be four games of qualifying, with the top four bowlers from each squad advancing to the finals. The remaining 16 finalists will be filled by the top 16 remaining overall scores. The finals will be conducted as a seeded 32-person double elimination bracket. All finalists will be paid. First place will be $4,000, based on 200 entries. The runner-up will earn $2,400. One in six bowlers will cash. For more information, contact Anthony Scaccia (518-881-5054) or Jim Mueller (518-429-0178).

The NYS Leader’s Invitational Tournament will be held Oct. 17 at 1:30 p.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl. It’s open to all youth bowlers between 11 and 18 years of age. It’s a singles tournament with scholarships being awarded in three divisions: Classic (averaging 196 and above), Scratch (averaging between 175 and 195) and Handicap (averaging 175 or below). Entry fee is $40. Make checks payable to NYSUSBC and mail them to Nancy Howell, 11 Hewitt Place, Kingston, NY 12401. For more information, call 485-616-2633.

The Troy Bowling Association’s 25th annual 800 Club Tournament will be held Oct. 23 at Barbecue Recreation Lanes in Hoosick Falls. Entry fee is $45 for a $2,200 prize fund. All bowlers who have rolled an 800 triple in a TBA league or tournament are eligible. There will be two squads: 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Make checks payable to the Troy Bowling Association and send them to Michael Keegan, 25 Mountainview Ave. Troy, NY 12180. There will be no walk-ins allowed.

MAJOR BOWLING
Chris Fawcett rolled games of 300, 267 and 289 en route to a huge 856 triple, Billy McGaffin Jr. also recorded a perfect game during a 794, Jay Diamond delivered a 300 game in his 770 triple and Mikey Liberatore ripped a 300 game during his 767 on a high-scoring Sportsman’s Majors squad Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Craig Taylor fired a 277 game during an 811 triple, and R.J. Martinez put together a pair of 279 games en route to an 804 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl, B.J. Smith Jr. hammered a 268-917 four-game series, Brian Hart drilled a 278-913 and Ryan Karabin slammed a 279-912.

Fawcett kept up his recent hot streak with a 268-1,007 four-game series, Matt Swiatocha produced a 256-987, Lindsey McPhail recorded a 264-983, Gabe Criscuolo fired a 269-974 and Billy McGaffin rolled a perfect game in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Muny Grille 14-2, Metroland Photo 13-3, St. John Stone & Concrete 11-5, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 10-6, Precision Floors 10-6, Mike’s Hot Dogs 10-6, VanBuren Enterprises 9-7, Universal Auto Parts 9-7, Café One-Eleven 9-7, The Appliance Specialist 8-8, Bob’s Pro Shop 4-12, G & Dz Pizza 2-16, I.D.I.D. 2-14, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 0-16.

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Match summaries
Bob’s Pro Shop (3)
Fred McMahon 177-171-185 — 533, Earl Lawrence Jr. 215-215-193 — 623, Bob Tedesco Jr. 248-247-227 — 722, Ron Williams 209-236-259 — 704. Totals: 849-869-864 — 2,582.
I.D.I.D. (1)
Tony Fernandez 226-246-235 — 707, Joe Gordon 188-161-203 — 552, Jim Valentino 187-184-150 — 521, A.J. Perone 265-184-208 — 657. Totals: 866-775-796 — 2,437.

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St. John Stone & Concrete (2)
Mike Isabella Jr. 212-237-163 — 612, Andrew D’Aurizio 203-214-180 — 597, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 211-248-198 — 657, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 259-246-165 — 670. Totals: 885-945-706 — 2,536.
Mike’s Hot Dogs (2)
Zach Gravell 243-225-176 — 644, Tammy Sader 248-226-201 — 675, Rich Rogaski 184-204-183 — 571, Kevin Palmer 211-207-165 — 583. Totals: 886-862-725 — 2,473.

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Muny Grille (4)
Jay Diamond 257-300-213 — 770, Dave Bingham 199-230-194 — 623, John Musto Jr. 233-216-247 — 696, Jamie Diamond 208-210-255 — 673. Totals: 897-956-909 — 2,762.
Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)
Vacant 200-200-200 — 600, Amy Matchen 167-223-202 — 592, Bob Mock 269-235-233 — 737, Jim Petronis 182-207-204 — 593. Totals: 818-865-839 — 2,522.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (0)
Bill Carl 227-225-201 — 653, Kalynn Carl 226-246-245 — 717, Eric Hilton (asbsent) 200-200-200 — 600, John Leone 223-247-194 — 664. Totals: 876-918-840 — 2,634.
Universal Auto Parts (4)
Andy Smith 214-249-216 — 679, Bill Heaphy III 235-248-279 — 762, Chris Fedden 217-237-204 — 658, Chris Smith 265-221-178 — 664. Totals: 931-955-887 — 2,763.

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VanBuren Enterprises (2)
Art VanBuren 203-246-241 — 690, Rich Manzer Jr. 205-254-212 — 671, Brian French 201-217-248 — 666, Terry Ray 207-246-225 — 678. Totals: 816-963-926 — 2,705.
Metroland Photo (2)
Lee Quivey 180-236-213 — 629, Steve Renzi 208-201-220 — 629, Mike Gallitelli 203-234-186 — 623, Billy McGaffin Jr. 259-300-235 — 794. Totals: 850-971-854 — 2,675.

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The Appliance Specialist (3)
Mikey Liberatore 300-256-211 — 767, Steve Fawcett 206-237-190 — 633, Mike Bellinger 207-221-237 — 665, Chris Fawcett 300-267-289 — 856. Totals: 1,013-981-927 — 2,921.
Precision Floors (1)
Mike Guidarelli 248-202-248 — 698, Mike Piotrowski 212-193-174 — 579, Tom Siatkowski 196-173-256 — 625, Matt Swiatocha 183-192-268 — 643. Totals: 839-760-946 — 2,545.

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G & Dz Pizza (0)
Jason Deitz 159-155-148 — 462, Matt Hitchcock 223-192-170 — 585, Harley Stefaniak 184-189-149 — 522, Gary Neumann 169-226-241 — 636. Totals: 735-762-708 — 2,205.
Café One-Eleven (4)
Joe DiBiase 202-217-182 — 601, Rob Mengel 222-189-225 — 636, Cory Buckley 246-195-236 — 677, Tyler Mochrie 246-2243-256 — 726. Totals: 916-825-899 — 2,640.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 12-0, Falvey Real Estate 10-2, 20 North 8-4, Sindoni Sausage 8-4, Towne Bowling Academy 8-4, TSS Printing & Awards 8-4, Palazzo Ristorante 8-4, J&F Lawn Care 7-5, Broadway Lanes 7-5, Down’s Roofing 6.5-5.5, ABS 6-6, Boulevard Bowl 6-6, Kristel Mechanic 5-7, Rollarama 5-7, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 5-7, Fogg’s Automotive 4-8, Broadway Lunch 3-9, KKV Recovery 2-10, Mastrioanni Food 0.5-11.5, Team 7 0-12.

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Match summaries
Palazzo Ristortante (1)
Marc Fowler 246-221-207 — 674, Karrie Blake 248-201-200 — 649, Cassius Boyd 200-184-153 — 537 Charlie Provost 177-214-191 — 582. Totals: 871-820-751 — 2,442.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 164-236-221 — 621, Ken Wilkins 214-227-175 — 616, Mike Scaccia 221-199-242 — 662, Derek Foti 189-181-178 — 548. Totals: 788-843-816 — 2,447.

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Rollarama (1)
Ron Paradiso 217-178-206 — 601, Brandon Wolf 190-193-224 — 607, Dan Rotter 179-216-221 — 616, Ken LaBelle Jr. 212-235-216 — 663. Totals: 798-822-867 — 2,487.
Broadway Lanes (2)
Roy Vanderbogart 197-192-223 — 612, Justin Barcomb 245-256-252 — 753, Eric Stangle 238-197-191 — 626, John Pancake 252-226-161 — 639. Totals: 932-871-827 — 2,630.

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20 North (3)
Tommy Donato 275-222-259 — 756, Kenny Livengood 255-267-248 — 770, Joel Donato 227-171-237 — 635, Chris Radliff 207-236-199 — 642. Totals: 964-896-943 — 2,803.
KKV Recovery (0)
Nick DiCerbo 169-172-191 — 532, Kara Struffolino 247-234-201 — 682, Vinny Struffolino 193-202-178 — 573, Rob Cagnina 263-173-170 — 606. Totals: 872-731-740 — 2,393.

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Mastrioanni Food (0.5)
Rit Fazzone 181-178-161 — 520, Bob Messick 203-225-235 — 663, Chad Propper 248-212-245 — 705, Zach Porter 235-201-228 — 664. Totals: 857-816-869 — 2,552.

Down’s Roofing (2.5)
Bryan Admire 173-214-173 — 560, Nick Barnes 204-214-269 — 687, Ryan Karabin 235-258-235 — 728, Billy Wigand 255-290-232 — 777. Totals: 867-976-909 — 2,752.

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Team 7 (0)
Zach Strachan 220-218-217 — 655, Kyle Wilkins 157-178-190 — 525, Jeremy Clute 226-236-200 — 742, Stephen Alexander 200-171-190 — 561. Totals: 803-803-877 — 2,483.
ABS (3)
Matt Kallner 236-224-216 — 676, Natasha Fazzone 128-220-224 — 572, Jeff Kallner 214-255-277 — 746, Matt Fazzone 299-256-182 — 737. Totals: 877-955-899 — 2,731.

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Towne Bowling Academy (0)
Tom Earl 244-241-206 — 691, Tony Palumbo 199-181-200 — 580, Lindsey McPhail 214-198-166 — 578, Debbie Capullo 227-214-194 — 635. Totals: 884-834-766 — 2,484.
Falvey Real Estate (3)
Dan Auricchio 235-246-216 — 697, Lee Aiezza 208-235-186 — 629, Jeff Young 226-279-223 — 728, Craig Taylor 277-266-268 — 811. Totals: 945-1,026-893 — 2,665.

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Broadway Lunch (0)
Jenn Schissler 219-206-207 — 632, Chuck Schissler 162-215-184 — 561, Joe Venduro 217-246-196 — 659, Gabe Criscuolo 211-248-192 — 651. Totals: 809-915-779 — 2,503.
DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 246-270-205 — 721, Mark Kuhlkin 188-246-258 — 692, John Askew 269-197-206 — 672, Liz Kuhlkin 215-255-246 — 716. Totals: 918-268-915 — 2,801.

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TSS Printing & Awards (3)
Paul Dumas 233-253-202 — 688, Dwayne Coonradt 200-275-224 — 699, Jim Geiger 181-203-220 — 604, Steve Wagoner 235-246-232 — 713. Totals: 849-977-878 — 2,704.
Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (0)
Ed Gumm 170-175-193 — 538, Chip Tashjian 234-257-185 — 676, Brad Lawyer 194-239-225 — 658 Jody Becker 200-227-184 — 611. Totals: 798-898-787 — 2,483.

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Kristel Mechanic (1)
Ed White 185-247-202 — 634, Jeremy Noble 225-237-203 — 665, Bryan Kelley 156-189-175 — 520, Jeff Whitehouse 256-253-256 — 765. Totals: 822-926-836 — 2,584.
Sindoni Sausage (2)
Tom Egan Jr. 219-225-225 — 649, Mike Dicerbo 234-215-200 — 649, Rich Strath 244-201-214 — 659, Joe VanDerLinden 225-224-242 — 691. Totals: 922-865-881 — 2,668.

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Fogg’s Automotive (0)
Jackie Malone 159-211-218 — 588, Eric McDowell (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, James Carpenter 221-186-190 — 597, Bob Evans 258-193-209 — 660. Totals: 828-780-807 — 2,415.
J&F Lawn Care (3)
Jason Brown 247-264-175 — 686, R.J. Martinez 279-279-246 – -804, Nick Stricos 222-217-236 — 674, Steve Hallenbeck 255-196-201 — 652. Totals: 1,003-956-857 — 2,816.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Downs Roofing 16.5-3.5, Boulevard Bowl 16-4, Derenzo’s Tax Service 14-6, Masons Automotive 11.5-8.5, Kalpro 9-11, MBM Motorsports 9-11, D.A. Parisi & Co. 3-17, Team 8 1-19.

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Match summaries
Derenzo’s Tax Service (1)
P.J. Derenzo 184-227-215-229 — 855, Mike Gallitelli 172-201-223-236 — 832, Bob Tuttle 162-178-161-223 — 724. Totals: 518-606-599-688 — 2,411.
Boulevard Bowl (4)
Michael Scaccia 213-191-236-194 — 834, Brian Hart 204-278-215-216 — 913, Derek Foti 175-177-171-221 — 744. Totals: 592-646-622-631 — 2,491.

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MBM Motorsports (5)
Zach Mecca 177-253-214-169 — 813, Tony Bianchi 213-156-189-214 — 772, Tom Girard 193-176-184-200 — 753. Totals: 583-585-587-583 — 2,338.
D.A. Parisi 7 Co. (0)
John Mecca 190-199-183-204 — 776, Jeff Williams 387-1790-190-177 — 675, Ken Wilkins 160-211-167-177 — 715. Totals: 488-580-540-558 — 2,166.

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Kalpro (0)
Keith Lawyer 199-223-234-213 — 869, Kyle Wilkins 209-193-200-183 — 785, Joe Carusone 179-224-213-198 — 814. Totals; 587-640-647-594 — 2,468.
Downs Roofing (5)
Zach Strachan 208-227-203-214 — 852, Afwaz Khan 213-220-223-200 — 856, Ryan Karabin 212-238-279-183 — 912. Totals: 633-685-705-597 — 2,629.

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Team 8 (0)
No one bowled.
Masons Automotive (2)
Mark Hansen 203-200-175-168 — 746, Robin Fredenburgh (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760, B.J. Smith Jr. 227-196-268-226 — 917. Totals: 620-586-633-584 — 2,423.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Revolutions Pro Shop 72-28, Sindoni Sausage 69-31, Towne Bowling Academy 64.5-35.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 62.5-37.5, Team 20 61-39, Next Level Detailing 57-43, TSS Printing & Awards 56.4-43.5, Pete’s Auto 53-47, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 52.5-47.5, 15 Church 50-50, Team 15 49.5-50.5, Broadway Lunch 48-52, Team 8 44.5-55.5, Team 12 44-56, Barbecue Recreation 43.5-56.5, Team 3 36.5-63.5, Never Enough Performance 36-64, Team 6 35.4-64.5, A-Plus 33-67, Team 19 31-5.68.5.

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Match summaries
Towne Bowling Academy (16)
Debbie Capullo 196-213-224-223 — 856, Matt Fazzone 247-227-247-228 — 949. Totals: 453-450-481-461 — 1,845.
Team 6 (4)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 237-182-202-167 — 788, Craig Taylor 207-197-219-235 — 858. Totals: 461-396-438-419 — 1,714.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (15)
Lindsey McPhail 236-247-236-264 — 983, Don Herrington 244-256-242-212 — 964. Totals: 483-516-481-479 — 1,959.
Sportsman’s Bowl (5)
Erika Poje 157-212-234-225 — 928, Billy McGaffin 300-179-257-205 — 941. Totals: 482-416-516-455 — 1,769.

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A-Plus Heating (8)
Michelle Largeteau 124-121-124-164 — 533, Tony Pasquerella 228-189-158-168 — 743. Totals: 478-4336-408-458 — 1,780.
15 Church (12)
Aliyah Liberatore 177-204-200-167 — 748, Ben Empie 193-179-177-201 — 750. Totals: 444-457-451-442 — 1,794.

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Team 15 (12)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 194-232-234-137 — 797, Gabe Criscuolo 269-191-257-257 — 974. Totals: 540-500-568-471 — 2,079.
Pete’s Auto (8)
Jenn Schissler 226-247-235-235 — 943, Chuckie Schissler 180-203-255-195 — 833. Totals: 460-504-544-484 — 1,972.

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Sindoni Sausage (7)
Liz Kuhlkin 263-236-252-218 — 969, Joe VanDerLinden 217-255-246-214 — 932. Totals: 487-498-505-439 — 1,929.
Team 12 (13)
Catie Bell 199-236-180-193 — 808, Michael Pierce 245-212-191-246 — 894. Totals: 505-509-432-500 — 1,946.

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Team 19 (15)
Kelly Chrzanowski 214-198-188-162 — 762, Tom Rogers 235-213-220-215 — 883. Totals: 498-460-457-426 — 1,841.
TSS Printing & Awards (5)
Laura Rotter 209-206-203-222 — 840, Paul Dumas 215-194-188-207 — 804. Totals: 442-418-409-447 — 1,716.

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Next Level Detailing (16)
Kim Swiatocha 234-227-214-223 — 898, Matt Swiatocha 256-241-255-232 — 987. Totals: 510-491-489-475 — 1,965.
Team 8 (4)
Ursula Pasquerella 181-165-191-236 — 773, Joe Venduro 212-256-214-187 — 869. Totals: 446-474-458-476 — 1,854.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (13.5)
Cheyanne McPhail 184-214-162-245 — 805, Chris Fawcett 268-247-259-233 — 1,007. Totals: 479-488-448-505 — 1,920.
Barbecue Recreation (6.5)
Kaitlyn Barnes 173-200-240-152 — 765, Nick Barnes 217-251-204-225 — 897. Totals: 430-491-484-417 — 1,822.

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Team 3 (6)
Amber Dominic 234-196-203-204 — 837, Jeremy Clute 194-228-232-206 — 860. Totals: 458-454-465-440 — 1,817.
Team 20 (14)
Victoria Shufelt 243-213-158-234 — 848, Zach Porter 242-244-201-214 — 901. Totals: 503-475-377-466 — 1,821.

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Never Enough Performance (14)
Kate Clark 246-226-204-210 — 886, Dave McLear 197-214-240-211 — 862. Totals: 488-485-489-466 — 1,948.
Broadway Lunch (6)
Renee Earl 187-231-169-206 — 793, Tom Earl 229-170-238-227 — 864. Totals: 468-453-459-485 — 1,865.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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