In the Pocket: Sobriety helps Schalmont graduate Fawcett with life, bowling

Chris Fawcett has lofty expectations on the lanes now that he’s been sober for almost two years. He recently recorded his 80th perfect game and is averaging more than 250 in the Sportsman’s Majors. (Photo provided)

Chris Fawcett has lofty expectations on the lanes now that he’s been sober for almost two years. He recently recorded his 80th perfect game and is averaging more than 250 in the Sportsman’s Majors. (Photo provided)

Talented and tenacious Chris Fawcett has always been serious about the sport of bowling, but something much more serious was holding him back from reaching his full potential.

Alcohol and drug abuse, although always social in nature, was not only affecting his game, but it was also seeping into his entire life and robbing him of some important moments. He finally decided to do something about it and sought the appropriate help.

Now sober for nearly 21 months, the 32-year-old Schalmont High School graduate is almost better than ever on the lanes. He credits his sobriety and good, old-fashioned dedication.

“The main reason I’m bowling so well right now is that I’m sober,” Fawcett said proudly. “To be honest, I wasn’t addicted to alcohol physically. Normally, my alcohol use was on weekends, and when I drank, it led to using drugs. While I was in recovery for 30 days, it got me to thinking why was I using drugs, and with all the steps leading up to that, I came to the realization that the drug use came from the drinking.”

Focused and motivated, Fawcett showed some of his old form last week, when he put in several dominating performances. He rolled games of 300, 267 and 289 for a mammoth 856 triple in the Sportsman’s Majors before shooting a four-game series that included games of 268, 247, 259 and 233 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league at Towne Bowling Academy.

He capped off his tremendous week with his 80th career perfect game during a 734 triple in the Out of Scotia league at Boulevard Bowl, a league he just joined Sunday night so he could bowl with his girlfriend and a couple of buddies.

“I was told coming out of recovery that my game wouldn’t be 100%, and it wasn’t,” Fawcett explained. “But I’ve been working very hard. I joined the other league to get more practice in, and it also gave me a different house and a different shot. I don’t like people saying I’m a house rat. Now, I’m averaging 257 at Sportsman’s, around 230 at Towne even after a couple of bad weeks, and I hit my book average in my new league at Boulevard Bowl.

“I’ll tell you that once you’re an addict, you’re an addict the rest of your life. I’ve got to remember to follow the path I’m on and stay away from certain people and bad environments.”

Fawcett said that along with being sober and putting in a lot of extra work on his game, the other reason he’s bowling so well recently is that he finally has all of his equipment back in working order.

“I switched from a regular thumb hole to an interchangeable thumb hole, and not all of my bowling balls had the ITs in them,” he noted.

Fawcett has 25 800 triples to go along with his 80 perfect games. He loves Storm and Roto Grip equipment and is currently getting a lot of use from his Phaze III. The service technician for The Appliance Specialist, a company run by his father, Steve, Fawcett is now expanding his career goals.

“I always set goals for myself. I like to have goals so I know what to work for,” he said. “I know I’m a great bowler, so I can set high goals, because I know I can do it. Certain people need to make goals for what they’re actually capable of doing. I’m capable of averaging 250, and that’s my goal in the Sportsman’s Majors this year. I know I’m physically able to do it. It’s all about execution.”

He also wants to get back into tournament mode and hopes to perform well in the upcoming Kingpin’s Masters at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls.

“I’d also like to do well in regional tournaments again. I’ve taken a break from regionals for the last six or seven months. Now I’m keeping my mind straight and working on my game. I want to get an individual regional win under my belt,” he said.

Fawcett’s career-best triple is an 862.

“I was basically one shot away from a perfect 900,” he said. “I started with a 300, and then had the front three of the next game. But I opened my body up and the ball went right through the face. I picked up the wood and went off the sheet for a 262. I then finished up with another 300.”

Fawcett said it’s all up to him just how good he can be.

“It’s all about consistency,” he said.

SCHENECTADY USBC WANTS WOMEN BOWLERS FOR NEW TOURNEY
There’s an exciting new championship event for local women, and tournament organizers are pulling out all the stops to make it a success.

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 just $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 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).

So far, there are some great tandems entered, but there is plenty of room for competitors of all abilities. Some of the elite pairings entered so far are Liz Kuhlkin with Debbie Capullo, Natasha Fazzone with Tammy Sader, Deloris Canty with Kimberly Wilson, Carol Gaige with Denise Rucinski, Gail Browning with Mary Kavanaugh, Karrie Blake with Kim Swiatocha, Liz Criscuolo with Catie Bell and Sharon Sager with Cathy Denny.

It would be fantastic to see a huge turnout as the Schenectady USBC tries to find the right tournament format for its female members.

STRIKES & SPARES
Lefty Art VanBuren won the 607 Open over the weekend in Binghamton.

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour picks up again Saturday at 1 p.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Jayson Capullo and David Squires shot a 1,642 and earned a $400 scholarship for winning the U18 division of the Youth Bakers Doubles tournament at Towne Bowling Academy.

Billy Wigand rolled perfect games in three different centers last week and now has 34 300 games and 22 800 triples.

One of the largest prize funds in the area will be up for grabs in the Kingpin Masters Tournament Nov. 6-7 at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls. First prize will be $8,000 guaranteed for the main event, which has a five-game qualifier Nov. 7 and a $250 entry fee. On Nov. 6, there will be a two-game singles tournament with squads at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and a doubles event at 4 p.m. Entry fee for the singles event will be $40, and entry for the doubles will be $180 per team. Top prize for the singles event will be $700, and top prize for the doubles tournament will be $3,000. Contact Jeff Segel (518-496-9700) for more information.

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 will host the Albany TNBA Senate Trio Tournament Saturday and Sunday. 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 Jr. (518-507-2218).

Speaking of Danzy, the lefty has been on fire lately with triples of 815, 785 and 802 over the last three weeks at Del Lanes. He hasn’t fired a triple under 695 for the last six weeks and is currently averaging 253.

It’s great to see two very influential members of the Schenectady USBC — Hall of Famer Mike Smith and association director Marianne Hogle — back on the lanes after some physical challenges.

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.

Nice bowling by 80-year-old Larry Janetsky this week with a 299 game at Boulevard Bowl on lanes 1 & 2. He left a 10-pin.

Although all the results need to be verified, two-time Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York champion Don Amyot won the Mo Pinel Memorial Tournament recently with a 300 game, 758 scratch triple and 860 handicap total.

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 Sunday 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.

Boulevard Bowl will host its Five-Person Baker Tournament Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $150 per team. Handicap is 80% of 240 and is based on the average of the five bowlers divided by five. There will be 12 games of qualifying leading to a best-of-three stepladder final.

MAJOR BOWLING
Tom Earl connected for a perfect game and a league season-high 1,115 four-game series, Chris Allen-Valenzuela rolled a 260-948, Liz Kuhlkin shot a 943 and Fawcett slammed a 297-941 to pace the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Kuhlkin shot a 299 game and an 800 triple, Jeff Kallner rolled a perfect game during his 756, Earl slammed a 277-747, Zach Strachan fired a 258-743 and Steve Wagoner delivered a 289-740 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Smith delivered a perfect game during a 791 triple, and Fawcett ripped a 279-783 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Tony Bianchi drilled a 259-978 four-game series, Mark Hansen delivered a 256-929, Ryan Karabin shot a 259-926, Derek Foti pounded a 259-919, Zach Strachan recorded a 259-916, Joe Carusone fired a 277-914 and Mark Derenzo ripped a 297-902 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Muny Grille 17-3, Metroland Photo 16-4, Mike’s Hot Dogs 14-6, Universal Auto Parts 13-7, St John Stone & Concrete 13-7, Café One-Eleven 13-7, Precision Floors 11-9, VanBuren Enterprises 11-9, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 10-10, The Appliance Specialist 8-12, Bob’s Pro Shop 8-12, G & Dz Pizza 4-16, I.D.I.D. 2-18, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 0-20.

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Match summaries
Mike’s Hot Dogs (4)
Doug Semerad 256-202-250 — 708, Tammy Sader 212-236-228 — 676, Rich Rogaski 214-217-248 — 679, Kevin Palmer 208-200-224 — 632. Totals: 890-855-950 — 2,695.
Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (0)
Melissa Bogholtz 201-192-210 — 603, Bill Carl 191-193-217 — 601, Kalynn Carl 222-247-190 — 659, John Leone 191-213-202 — 606. Totals: 805-845-819 — 2,469.

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Precision Floors (1)
Mike Guidarelli 205-234-223 — 662, Mike Piotrowski 217-244-224 — 685, Tom Siatkowski (absent) 200-200-200 — 600, Matt Swiatocha 212-169-269 — 650. Totals: 834-847-916 — 2,597
Muny Grille (3)
Jay Diamond 238-268-190 — 693, Dave Bingham 190-268-258 — 716, John Musto Jr. 208-173-174 — 555, Jamie Diamond 203-258-256 — 717. Totals: 836-967-88 — 2,681.

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VanBuren Enterprises (2)
Art VanBuren 220-248-198 — 665, Rich Manzer Jr. 203-212-165 — 580, Brian French 244-225-196 — 665, Terry Ray 171-168-181 — 520. Totals: 838-853-740 — 2,431.
St. John Stone & Concrete (2)
Mike Isabella Jr. 177-216-184 — 571, Andrew D’Aurizio 181-189-209 — 579, Joe D’Aurizio 181-193-236 — 610, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 288-203-184 — 675. Totals: 821-801-813 — 2,435.

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The Appliance Specialist (0)
Mike Liberatore 188-191-214 — 593, Steve Fawcett 167-156-186 — 509, Mike Bellinger (absent) 200-200-200 — 600, Chris Fawcett 246-279-258 — 783. Totals: 801-826-858 — 2,485.
Café One-Eleven (4)
Joe DiBiase 185-257-215 — 657, Rob Mengel 200-209-182 — 591, Cory Buckley 175-206-244 — 625, Tyler Mochrie 255-196-219 — 670. Totals: 815-868-860 — 2,543.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (4)
Fred McMahon 221-244-172 — 637, Earl Lawrence Jr. 223-195-211 — 629, Bob Tedesco Jr. 214-204-269 — 687, Mike Smith 195-201-161 — 557. Totals: 853-844-813 — 2,510.
Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)
Vacant 200-200-200 — 600, Amy Matchen 202-144-202 — 548, Jackielynn Noble 204-166-189 — 559, Jim Petronis 245-247-195 — 687. Totals: 851-757-786 — 2,394.

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G & Dz Pizza (1)
Jason Deitz 146-221-162 — 529, Rich Ellis 275-206-217 — 698, Matt Hitchcock 198-161-191 — 550, Rob Beedelson 203-278-208 — 689. Totals: 822-866-778 — 2,466.
Metroland Photo (3)
Lee Quivey 191-238-195 — 624, Steve Renzi 235-227-203 — 665, Cliff Ruth 216-168-210 — 594, Billy McGaffin Jr. 256-224-258 — 738. Totals: 898-857-866 — 2,621.

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I.D.I.D. (0)
Tony Fernandez 207-191-234 — 632, Joe Gordon 148-192-163 — 503, Jim Valentino 214-159-180 — 553, A.J. Perone 160-245-203 — 608. Totals: 729-787-780 — 2,296.
Universal Auto Parts (4)
Andy Smith 257-221-188 — 666, Bill Heaphy III 169-214-192 — 575, Chris Fedden 217-227-206 — 650, Chris Smith 258-300-233 — 791. Totals: 901-962-819 — 2,682.

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REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 15-0, Falvey Real Estate 12-3, 20 North 11-4, Towne Bowling Academy 11-4, Palazzo Ristorante 11-4, TSS Printing & Awards 10-5, J&F Lawn Care 9-6, ABS 9-6, Sindoni Sausage 8-7, Boulevard Bowl 8-7, Broadway Lanes 8-7, Down’s Roofing 7.5-7.5, Rollerama 6-9, Kristel Mechanic 6-9, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 5-10, Fogg’s Auto 5-10, KKV Recovery 3-12, Broadway Lunch 3-12, Team 7 2-13, Mastrioanni Food 0.5-14.5.

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Match summaries
Rollerama (1)
Ron Paradiso 213-184-197 — 594, Brandon Wolf 201-167-174 — 542, Dan Rotter 194-210-156 — 560, Ken LaBelle Jr. 225-201-267 — 693. Totals: 833-762-794 — 2,389.
Falvey Real Estate (2)
Don Herrington 218-188-207 — 613, Lee Aiezza 184-286-176 — 646, Jeff Young 235-222-191 — 648, Craig Taylor 215-212-177 — 604. Totals: 852-908-751 — 2,511.

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Broadway Lunch (0)
Jenn Schissler 202-198-247 — 647, Chuck Schissler 184-166-181 — 531, Joe Venduro 193-192-182 — 567, Gabe Criscuolo 191-192-195 — 578. Totals: 770-748-805 — 2,323.
Palazzo Ristorante (3)
Marc Fowler 206-216-202 — 624, Karrie Blake 248-173-225 — 646, Cassius Boyd (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Charlie Provost 166-174-251 — 591. Totals: 810-753-868 — 2,431.

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Kristel Mechanic (0)
Ed White 193-236-166 — 595, Jeremy Noble 175-194-234 — 603, Bryan Kelley 157-190-190 — 537, Jeff Whitehouse 220-183-236 — 639. Totals: 745-803-826 — 2,374.
ABS (3)
Matt Kallner 267-289-171 — 727, Jordan Byrnes 214-191-191 — 396, Jeff Kallner 245-211-300 — 756, Matt Fazzone 210-235-259 — 704. Totals: 936-926-922 — 2,783.

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Sindoni Sausage (0)
Scott Chastenay 186-184-216 –586, Mike Dicerbo 203-219-185 — 607, Rich Strath 226-184-167 — 577, Tom Egan Jr. 258-215-223 — 696. Totals: 873-802-791 — 2,466.
Towne Bowling Academy (3)
Tom Earl 265-277-205 — 747, Tony Palumbo 212-227-223 — 662, Lindsey McPhail 245-210-247 — 702, Debbie Capullo 243-233-191 — 667. Totals: 965-947-866 — 2,778.

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TSS Printing & Awards (2)
Paul Dumas 246-193-178 — 617, Dwayne Coonradt 197-189-195 — 581, Jim Geiger 162-181-170 — 513, Steve Wagoner 289-219-232 — 740. Totals: 894-782-775 — 2,451.
KKV Recovery (1)
Nick DiCerbo 159-199-182 — 540, Kara Struffolino 201-202-193 — 596, Vinny Struffolino 223-185-177 — 585, Ronnie Zadrozny 199-242-200 — 641. Totals: 782-828-752 — 2,362.

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Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 182-218-247 — 647, Ken Wilkins 227-208-202 — 637, Mike Scaccia 269-193-202 — 664, Derek Foti 218-199-201 — 618. Totals: 896-818-852 — 2,566.
Down’s Roofing (1)
Bryan Admire 213-258-180 — 651, Nick Barnes 198-191-160 — 549, Ryan Karabin 228-259-222 — 709, Billy Wigand 213-269-257 — 739. Totals: 852-977-819 — 2,648.

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J&F Lawn Care (2)
Jason Brown 207-225-239 — 671, R.J. Martinez 219-245-187 — 651, Nick Stricos 209-255-209 — 673, Steve Hallenbeck 235-214-224 — 673. Totals: 870-939-859 — 2,668.
Broadway Lanes (1)
Roy Vanderbogart 222-225-225 — 672, Justin Barcomb 189-181-148 — 618, Eric Stangle 183-212-202 — 597, John Pancake 222-164-209 — 595. Totals: 816-782-884 — 2,482.

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Team 7 (2)
Zach Strachan 258-239-246 — 743, Kyle Wilkins 246-210-210 — 666, Stephan Alexander 209-166-168 — 543, Jeremy Clute 256-212-234 — 702. Totals: 969-827-858 — 2,654.
Fogg’s Auto (1)
Jackie Malone 189-236-208 — 633, Eric McDowell 186-211-225 — 622, James Carpenter 220-214-178 — 612, Bob Evans 212-187-211 — 610. Totals: 807-848-822 — 2,477.

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Mastrioanni Food (0)
Rit Fazzone 171-222-131 — 5243, Bob Messick 215-237-199 — 651, Chad Propper 234-189-216 — 639, Zach Porter 212-183-198 — 593. Totals: 832-831-744 — 2,407.
20 North (3)
Brittany Frament 235-200-194 — 629, Kenny Livengood 202-266-228 — 696, Joel Donato 267-206-205 — 678, Chris Radliff 205-236-193 — 634. Totals: 909-908-820 — 2,637.

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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (0)
Ed Gumm 245-218-204 — 667, Chip Tashjian 259-171-179 — 609, Brad Lawyer 213-224-228 — 665, Jody Becker 223-232-278 — 733. Totals: 940-845-889 — 2,674.
DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 217-225-198 — 640, Mark Kuhlkin 240-225-233 — 698, John Askew 267-209-245 — 721, Liz Kuhlkin 299-244-257 — 800. Totals: 1,023-903-933 — 2,859.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Boulevard Bowl 19-6, Down’s Roofing 18.5-6.5, Derenzo’s Tax Service 18-7, MBM Motorsports 14-11, Kalpro 13-12, Masons Automotive 12.5-12.5, D.A. Parisi & Co. 4-21, Team 8 1-24

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Match summaries
Kalpro (4)
Keith Lawyer 232-214-183-255 — 884, Kyle Wilkins 215-214-246-183 — 858, Joe Carusone 210-170-277-257 — 914. Totals: 657-598-706-695 — 2,656.
D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)
John Mecca 195-247-199-225 — 866, Jeff Williams 147-168-180-181 — 676, Ken Wilkins 238-258-188-196 — 880. Totals: 580-673-567-602 — 2,422.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)
P.J. Derenzo 202-219-168-203 — 792, Mark Derenzo 163-219-223-297 — 902, Bob Tuttle 190-257-234-206 — 887. Totals: 555-695-625-706 — 2,581.
Masons Automotive (1)
Mark Hansen f215-256-213-245 — 929, Robin Fredenburgh (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760, B.J. Smith Jr. (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760. Totals: 595-636-593-625 — 2,449.

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Down’s Roofing (2)
Zach Strachan 259-221-234-202 — 916, Afwaz Khan (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760, Ryan Karabin 246-215-206-259 — 926. Totals: 695-626-630-651 — 2,602.
Boulevard Bowl (3)
Michael Scaccia 215-227-245-176 — 863, Brian Hart 243-237-170-215 — 865, Derek Foti 210-245-259-205 — 919. Totals: 668-709-674-596 — 2,647.

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MBM Motorsports (5)
Zach Mecca 226-209-207-214 — 856, Tony Bianchi 259-254-238-227 — 978, Tom Girard 188-214-179-236 — 817. Totals: 673-677-624-677 — 2,651.
Team 8 (0)
No one bowled.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Sindoni Sausage 82.5-37.5, Towne Bowling Academy 80.5-39.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 78.5-41.5, Hicks Strong 75-45, TSS Printing & Awards 68-52, Broadway Lunch 68-52, Sportsman’s Bowl 66.5-53.5, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 64.5-55.5, Next Level Detailing 63-57, Pete’s Auto 61.5-58.5, Team 8 59.5-60.5, Barbecue Recreation 57.5-62.5, 15 Church 50-70, GPC 49.5-70.5, Team 12 49-71, Team 19 48.5-71.5, Team 6 47.5-72.5, Never Enough Performance 44-76, Team 3 42.5-77.5, A-Plus 36-84.

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Match summaries
Revolutions Pro Shop (6.5)
Lindsey McPhail 217-226-202-187 — 832, Don Herrington 224-206-204-258 — 892. Totals: 443-434-407-447 — 1,732.
Sindoni Sausage (13.5)
Liz Kuhlkin 212-249-246-236 — 943, Joe VanDerLinden 238-202-180-175 — 795. Totals: 456-457-432-417 — 1,762.

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Towne Bowling Academy (16)
Debbie Capullo 200-214-226-202 — 842, Ryan Gahan 193-249-213-247 — 902. Totals: 413-483-459-469 — 1,824.
Sportsman’s Bowl (4)
Erika Poje 161-193-152-225 — 731, Billy McGaffin 208-209-175-254 — 846. Totals: 394-427-352-504 — 1,677.

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Hicks Strong (14)
Victoria Shufelt 252-218-193-146 — 809, Zack Porter 219-211-266-234 — 930. Totals: 491-449-479-400 — 1,819.
Next Level Detailing (6)
Kim Swiatocha 184-209-255-226 — 874, Matt Swiatocha 224-190-155-205 — 774. Totals: 408-399-410-431 — 1,648.

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TSS Printing & Awards (11.5)
Jackie Malone 223-215-211-224 — 873, Paul Dumas 224-221-175-204 — 824. Totals: 479-468-418-460 — 1,825.
Pete’s Auto (8.5)
Jenn Schissler 217-222-255-193 — 887, Chuckie Schissler 221-169-200-143 — 733. Totals: 486-439-503-384 — 1,812.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (12)
Cheyanne McPhail 231-194-185-199 — 809, Chris Fawcett 201-297-237-206 — 941. Totals: 458-517-448-431 — 1,854.
15 Church (0)
Aliyah Lilberatore (absent) 174-174-174-174 — 696, Ben Empie (absent) 180-180-180-180 — 720. Totals: None.

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GPC (0)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 118-145-129-114 — 506, Gabe Criscuolo 181-212-201-223 — 817. Totals: 366-424-397-404 — 1,591.
Broadway Lunch (20)
Renee Earl 147-150-147-157 — 601, Tom Earl 259-279-300-277 — 1,115. Totals: 457-480-498-485 — 1,920.

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Team 8 (15)
Ursula Pasquerella 194-215-177-190 — 776, Joe Venduro 235-180-221-215 — 851. Totals: 481-447-450-457 — 1,835.
Team 12 (5)
Catie Bell 183-176-174-159 — 692, Michael Pierce 223-245-203-207 — 878. Totals: 463-478-434-423 — 1,798.

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Barbecue Recreation (14)
Kaitlyn Barnes 199-221-215-175 — 810, Nick Barnes (absent) 209-209-209-209 — 836. Totals: 449-471-465-425 — 1,810.
Team 3 (6)
Amber Dominic 200-200-182-182 — 764, Vinny Struffolino 217-204-205-203 — 829. Totals: 457-444-427-425 — 1,753.

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Never Enough Performance (8)
Kate Clark 174-230-193-206 — 803, Dave McLear 212-185-226-209 — 832. Totals: 429-458-462-458 — 1,807.
Team 6 (12)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 236-260-253-199 — 948, John Askew 193-181-225-199 — 798. Totals: 457-469-506-426 — 1,858.

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A-Plus (3)
Michelle Largeteau 121-130-123-167 — 541, Tony Pasquerella 184-214-159-173 — 730. Totals: 428-467-405-463 — 1,763.
Team 19 (17)
Kelly Chrzanowski 246-246-187-245 — 924, Tom Rogers 163-197-238-198 — 796. Totals: 457-491-473-491 — 1,912.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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