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In The Pocket: Sager a tireless volunteer on local bowling scene

Sharon Sager is one of the most valuable Schenectady USBC board of directors  members and junior coaches.
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Sharon Sager is one of the most valuable Schenectady USBC board of directors  members and junior coaches.

If the Schenectady USBC Bowling Association had a MVV (Most Valuable Volunteer) award, Sharon Sager would be a strong favorite to win it every year.

The 68-year-old Draper High School graduate retired recently after 46 years working for General Electric, but she’s definitely not retired from her other numerous pursuits, most of which are volunteer and involve her passion for bowling and coaching.

A member of the Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame, Sager was one of the top bowlers in the Schenectady-Scotia Women’s Bowling Association before it merged with the Schenectady Bowling Association a few years ago.

She started as a two-step bowler who rolled a back-up ball or reverse hook, but she took lessons from her late husband, Doug, and quickly upgraded her game. Eventually, she was good enough to win the SSWBA City Tournament team championship five times along with six singles titles, four doubles crowns and an all-events title. She later won the Schenectady USBC women’s singles title after the merger. Sager also claimed a New York State Bowling Association doubles championship with partner Carol Crandall.

Sager has eight perfect games to her credit and twice bowled a 792 triple. Her best average was a 218. She averaged better than 200 for nearly 20 years. Sager also won numerous medals for the Adirondack Region in the Empire State Games. She’s competed for many of the top women’s leagues in the Capital Region over the years, including the Riverfront Insurance League at the now-defunct Bowlers Club, the Women’s City League and the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League. Currently, she competes in just one league, the City Catholic League at Boulevard Bowl. She’s been secretary of that league for nine years.

Despite the fact she still loves to bowl, injuries slowed her down in recent years. Last year, a knee injury kept her off the lanes for almost the entire season. But that didn’t stop her from her other bowling duties.

Sager was a longtime member of the SSWBA board of directors and served as the Schenectady Youth Bowling Association secretary for many years.

When her husband died, she took over his position on the Schenectady USBC board of directors and has served with distinction for about 10 years.

Her exploits on the lanes dim when compared to her contributions behind the scenes as an administrator and a coach. She began her long junior coaching career at Sportsman’s Bowl, where she served for more than 10 years. Sager then moved to the original Rolling Greens on Hamburg Street.

When the roof collapsed and that establishment was forced to close, she moved to Boulevard Bowl, where she’s been for the last 20 years.

Sager also helps out at Boulevard Bowl in other capacities, including helping to organize the upcoming pro-ams for the Revolutions Pro Shop PBA50 Regional Nov. 6-7. She was one of the busiest workers when Boulevard Bowl hosted the NYS Championship last spring.

“My passion is coaching. It’s extremely important for me to give back to this sport,” Sager said in an interview I did on her 11 years ago. “I try to be really involved with our junior program, and I love it. I send cards to the bowlers, and I try to be a cheerleader. I’m there when they hit some bumps in the road and don’t succeed the way they want to. But nothing beats a smile on a kid’s face when they finally get a strike,” she told me.

Meanwhile, Sager began helping the late Karen Daffner coach the Schenectady High School girls’ varsity team a few years ago as an assistant coach. This coming season, she will take over as the head coach.

“I’m really excited about that,” she said this week. ”Last year, with COVID, we couldn’t travel. But we are the defending Section II Class A champions.”

As far as her duties as a Schenectady USBC board member are concerned, Sager doesn’t pull any punches.

“This is a lifetime sport, and it’s important to give back,” she said. “That’s why I do what I do. I believe in doing the right thing and getting the job done. You have to be organized, and that’s one of my strengths. I’m also tenacious. I don’t give up,” she said.

Sager, who serves on many Schenectady USBC committees, has the same mindset when she works diligently for the Schenectady City Mission. She’s also been involved over the years with the Carver Community Center and with SAFE, a youth-oriented organization that helps keep area youths off the streets.

Schenectady USBC president Bill Nolan understands and appreciates Sager’s importance to the local bowling governing body.

“She was already on the junior board when I came in, about 30 years ago, and over the course of time, she’s served in just about every position there is with the junior program,” Nolan said. “She’s filled a lot of roles over the years, and has served in a lot of positions for multiple governing bodies, including our youth organization, the SSWBBA and now with the Schenectady USBC after the merger.

“She’s done pretty much everything across the board as far as duties and responsibilities are concerned,” Nolan continued. “She’s worked in the office, understands the Win Labs programs and the tournament programs. She doesn’t stop working. Now, she’s working with Kristen [Zadrozny] to try and revamp the association’s women’s event,” Nolan said.

“I’m not as competitive on the lanes as I used to be,” Sager said, “but I still love the game of bowling, and I really enjoy the coaching aspect.”

STRIKES & SPARES
Sager and Zadrozny are hoping for a big turnout this weekend when the Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Doubles Tournament rolls off at Boulevard Bowl Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and Sunday 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. For more information, contact Zadrozny (518-466-9088) or Sager (518-376-6677).

After bowling in the Schenectady USBC Women’s Doubles, Liz Kuhlkin heads back on the PWBA this week for the Fall Series.

Will Bickford defeated Max Benware 256-180 to win his second Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour event of the season and $200 in scholarships last weekend at Sportsman’s Bowl. The next CDYST event is Oct. 30 at Broadway Lanes in Fort Edward.

Colin King and Tyler Drexel finished first and second, respectively, in the Classic Division of the NYS Youth Leaders tournament last weekend at Sportsman’s Bowl. Jonathan Bauer, Matthew Rogers and Braydon O’Connor were the top three finishers in the Scratch Division, while Averyanna Thomas, Paul Scism III and Annabeth Borzymowski were the top three finishers in the Handicap Division.

RJ Martinez, Brandon Wolf and Vinny Struffolino are the unofficial winners of the Albany TNBA Trio Tournament held last weekend at Towne Bowling Academy. They shot a handicap series of 2,273. The trio of Chamar Goodwin, Lindsey McPhail and B.J. Rucinski finished second with a 2,264.

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 5-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 Sunday 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.

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 Revolutions Pro Shop 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. On Nov. 5, there will be a practice session for the pros and a Bowl with the Pros clinic at 6 p.m. The Bowl with the Pros tournament will be limited to 60 participants. Entry fee is $20 and includes a Q&A session and pizza and soda. All ages are welcome. The tournament begins Nov. 6 with eight games of qualifying at noon. There will be eight more games of match play Nov. 7 beginning at 9 a.m.

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).

Towne Bowling Academy hosts the fourth annual NYSCOPBA Over/Under Doubles Tournament Nov. 19 (9:30 p.m.), Nov. 20 (2:30 p.m.) and Nov. 21 (9 a.m. and 12 p.m.). Entry fee is $140 per team and $100 for re-entry for the same team. One bowler must be over 50 years of age and one bowler must be under 50 on each team, and only one PBA member is allowed per team. Top prize is $3,000, based on 60 teams. There is a maximum of 30 teams per squad. Call Towne Bowling Academy at 518-355-3939 for more information.

Boulevard Bowl will host its 5-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
Nick Stricos slammed a 279 game during an 802 triple, Chad Propper pounded a 278-768, Jeff Young shot a 276-763 and Bob Messick drilled a 279-760 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Left-handers Jay Diamond (300-770) and John Leone (279-770) led the way in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl. Chris Fawcett ripped a 277-738, and Rich Ellis banged out a 259-738 to round out the leaders.

Mark Hansen put together a 257-985 four-game series, Mike Scaccia tossed a 279-979, B.J. Smith Jr. hammered a 263-950 and Ryan Karabin ripped a 278-949 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Fawcett banged out his 81st perfect game during a 1,071 four-game series, Joe VanDerLinden slammed a 289-1,060, Liz Kuhlkin rolled a 300 game en route to a 1,060 set and Michael Pierce also shot a 1,060 including a 290 game in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Mike Kamm rolled a 300 game.

REIS GROUP
KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 18-0, Falvey Real Estate 14-4, Towne Bowling Academy 13-5, 20 North 13-5, Palazzo Ristorante 13-5, J&F Lawn Care 11-7, TSS Printing & Awards 11-777, ABS 10-8, Sindoni Sausage 10-8, Boulevard Bowl 10-8, Broadway Lanes 10-8, Down’s Roofing 8.5-9.5, Rollerama 7-11, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 6-12, Kristel Mechanic 6-12, Fogg’s Automotive 5-13, KKV Recovery 4-14, Broadway Lunch 4-14, Mastroianni Food 3.5-14.5, D.A Parisi & Co. 3-15.
Match summaries
Broadway Lunch (1)
Jenn Schissler 211-195-205 – 611, Chuck Schissler 215-245-162 – 622, Joe Venduro 221-162-218 – 601, Gabe Criscuolo 226-203-215 – 644. Totals: 873-805-800 – 2,478.
Sindoni Sausage (2)
Scott Chastenay 210-249-246 – 705, Mike Dicerbo 226-170-242 – 638, Rich Strath 194-204-207 – 605, Joe VanDerLinden 186-238-234 – 658. Totals: 816-861-929 – 2,606.
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Down’s Roofing (1)
Bryan Admire 235-205-226 – 666, Nick Barnes 177-211-236 – 624, Ryan Karabin 236-237-224 – 697, Billy Wigand 170-257-230 – 657. Totals: 818-910-916 – 2,644.
J&F Lawn Care (2)
Jason Brown 222-224-222 – 668, R.J. Martinez 265-226-198 – 689, Nick Stricos 265-258-279 – 802, Steve Hallenbeck 176-224-204 – 604. Totals: 928-932-903 – 2,763.
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Mastroianni Food (3)
Rit Fazzone 152-143-193 – 486, Bob Messick 223-279-258 – 760, Chris Allen 214-258-254 – 726, Chad Propper 278-234-256 – 768. Totals: 867-914-961 – 2,742.
Fogg’s Automotive (0)
Jackie Malone 279-247-197 – 723, Eric McDowell 210-204-224 – 638, James Carpenter 183-158-210 – 551, Bob Evans 183-179-202 – 564. Totals: 855-788-833 – 2,476.
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ABS (1)
Matt Kallner 201-242-211 – 654, Natasha Fazzone 197-221-195 – 613, Jeff Kallner 298-205-204 – 707, Matt Fazzone 228-252-276 – 756. Totals: 924-920-886 – 2,730.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 220-289-189 – 698, Ken Wilkins 187-209-248 – 644, Mike Scaccia 206-258-267 – 731, Derek Foti 185-243-238 – 666. Totals: 798-999-942 – 2,739.
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Kristel Mechanic (0)
Ed White 191-258-215 – 664, Mel Kristel 256-199-235 – 691, Jeremy Noble 234-223-223 – 680, Jeff Whitehouse 268-225-189 – 682. Totals: 949-905-863 – 2,717.
DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 227-235-225 – 687, Mark Kuhlkin 233-247-215 – 695, John Askew 288-243-224 – 755, Liz Kuhlkin 269-248-225 – 742. Totals: 1,017-973-889 – 2,879.
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20 North (2)
Tommy Donato 220-214-213 – 647, Kenny Livengood 279-256-195 – 730, Joel Donato 194-214-203 – 611, Chris Radliff 226-243-180 – 649. Totals: 919-927-791 – 2,637.
Rollerama (1)
Ron Paradiso 188-209-174 – 571, Brandon Wolf 218-175-235 – 628, Dan Rotter 191-233-215 – 639, Ken LaBelle Jr. 257-245-202 – 704. Totals: 854-862-826 – 2,542.
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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (1)
Ed Gumm 224-235-256 – 715, Chip Tashjian 257-237-222 – 716, Brad Lawyer 179-265-216 – 660, Jody Becker 245-210-222 – 677. Totals: 905-947-916 – 2,768.
Falvey Real Estate (2)
Dan Auricchio 235-224-278 – 737, Lee Aiezza 257-227-157 – 641, Jeff Young 238-276-249 – 763, Ron Unser 221-244-179 – 644. Totals: 951-971-863 – 2,785.
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Broadway Lanes (2)
Roy Vanderbogart 227-193-226 – 646, Justin Barcomb 224-259-268 – 751, Eric Stangle 203-228-238 – 669, Sean Bickford 155-190-212 – 557. Totals: 809-870-944 – 2,633.
KKV Recovery (1)
Nick DiCerbo 279-243-225 – 747, Tom Rogers 215-204-224 – 643, Vinny Struffolino 204-213-208 – 625, Ronnie Zadrozny (absent) 190-190-190 – 570. Totals: 888-850-847 – 2,585.
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Towne Bowling Academy (2)
Tom Earl 2445-207-213 – 665, Tony Palumbo 201-265-182 – 648, Lindsey McPhail 217-279-222 – 718, Debbie Capullo 239-224-268 – 731. Totals: 902-975-885 – 2,762.
TSS Printing & Awards (1)
Paul Dumas 170-231-259 – 660, Dwayne Coonradt 226-219-225 – 670, Don Herrington 248-225-224 – 697, Steve Wagoner 167-194-247 – 608. Totals: 811-868-955 – 2,635.
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Palazzo Ristorante (3)
Marc Fowler 193-225-233 – 651, Karrie Blake 257-247-178 – 682, Cassius Boyd 244-247-204 – 695, Charlie Provost 173-194-183 – 550. Totals: 867-913-798 – 2,578.
D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)
Anthony Vanderwarker 178-194-167 – 539, Kyle Wilkins 213-230-185 – 628, Stephen Alexander 203-240-214 – 657, Jeremy Clute 179-175-242 – 596. Totals: 773-839-808 – 2,420.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Muny Grille 21-3, Café One-Eleven 17-7, Metroland Photo 16-8, Mike’s Hot Dogs 16-8, Precision Floors 15-9, VanBuren Enterprises 15-9, St. John Stone & Concrete 15-9, Universal Auto Parts 13-11, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 13-11, The Appliance Specialist 10-14, Bob’s Pro Shop 8-16, G & Dz Pizza 5-19, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 2-22, I.D.ID 2-22.
Match summaries
St. John Stone & Concrete (2)
Mike Isabella Jr. 196-221-205 – 622, Andrew D’Aurizio 148-213-189 – 550, Kristine Impellizzeri 234-205-268 – 707, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 243-247-211 – 701. Totals: 821-886-873 – 2,580.
The Appliance Specialist (2)
Mike Liberatore 255-174-188 – 617, Steve Fawcett 235-209-184 – 628, Rich Bauer 235-223-224 – 682, Chris Fawcett 277-227-234 – 738. Totals: 1,002-833-830 – 2,665.
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Café One-Eleven (4)
Joe DiBiase 200-225-259 – 684, Rob Mengel 217-214-220 – 651, Cory Buckley 203-197-219 – 619, Tyler Mochrie 176-222-176 – 574. Totals: 796-858-874 – 2,528.
Bob’s Pro Shop (0)
Fred McMahon 206-205-236 –647, Earl Lawrence Jr. 202-186-243 – 631, Bob Tedesco Jr. 191-238-206 – 635, Mike Smith 168-224-180 – 572. Totals: 767-854-865 – 2,485.
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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (3)
Melissa Bogholtz 186-165-189 – 540, Bill Carl 203-202-167 – 572, Kalynn Carl 225-215-150 – 590, John Leone 2 79-268-223 – 770. Totals: 893-850-729 – 2,472.
G & Dz Pizza (1)
Jason Deitz 155-145-187 – 487, Rich Ellis 259-225-254 – 738, Matt Hitchcock 163-223-188 – 574, Rob Beedelson 245-217-204 – 666. Totals: 822-8109-833 – 2,465.
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Mike’s Hot Dogs (2)
Doug Semerad 185-171-213 – 569, Zach Gravell 215-216-205 – 636, Rich Rogaski 241-221-183 – 645, Kevin Palmer 189-213-203 – 605. Totals: 830-821-804 – 2,455.
Klonowski’s Pro Shop (2)
Anthony Clay 237-177-190 – 604, Amy Matchen 222-224-190 – 636, Jackielynn Noble 219-182-188 – 589, Jim Petronis 212-227-193 – 632. Totals: 890-810-761 – 2,461.
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Precision Floors (4)
Mike Guidarelli 226-235-234 – 695, Mike Piotrowski 279-246-200 – 725, Jason Impellizzeri 212-190-200 – 602, Ron Williams 235-254-225 – 714. Totals: 952-925-859 – 2,736.
Universal Auto Parts (0)
Andy Smith 194-209-237 – 640, Bill Heaphy III 207-235-235 – 677, Chris Fedden 229-195-194 – 618, Chris Smith 247-237-175 – 659. Totals: 877-876-841 – 2,594.
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I.D.I.D. (0)
Tony Fernandez 175-225-204 – 604, Joe Gordon 161-190-187 – 538, Jim Valentino 192-202-199 – 593, A.J. Perone 232-205-160 – 597. Totals: 760-822-750 – 2,332.
VanBuren Enterprises (4)
Art VanBuren 276-237-218 – 731, Rich Manzer Jr. 211-211-234 – 656, Joe DeVellis 256-236-200 – 692, Terry Ray 201-172-185 – 558. Totals: 944-856-837 – 2,637.
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Muny Grille (4)
Jay Diamond 267-203-300 – 770, Dave Bingham 209-256-175 – 640, John Musto Jr. 209-225-191 – 625, Jamie Diamond 200-247-244 – 691. Totals: 885-931-910 – 2,726.
Metroland Photo (0)
Lee Quivey 179-210-188 – 577, Steve Renzi 188-205-232 – 625, Mike Gallitelli 224-210-233 – 667, Billy McGaffin Jr. 233-205-203 – 641. Totals: 824-830-856 – 2,510.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Down’s Roofing 21.5-8.5, Derenzo’s Tax Service 21-9, Boulevard Bowl 21-9, Kalpro 17-13, Masons Automotive 15.5-14.5, MBM Motorsports 15-15, D.A. Parisi & Co. 6-24, Team 8 3-27.
Match summaries
MBM Motorsports (1)
Zach Mecca 167-192-193-150 – 702, Tony Bianchi 172-244-178-234 – 828, Tom Girard 192-233-237-213 – 875. Totals: 531-669-608-597 – 2,405.
Kalpro (4)
Keith Lawyer 235-189-216-158 – 798, Kyle Wilkins 182-214-212-279 – 887, Joe Carusone 193-159-197-237 – 786. Totals: 610-562-625-674 – 2,471.
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Masons Automotive (3)
Mark Hansen 247-247-257-234 – 985, Robin Fredenburgh (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, B.J. Smith Jr. 214-258-215-263 – 950. Totals: 651-695-662-687 – 2,695.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
Mike Scaccia 211-279-255-234 – 979, Brian Hart 204-190-219-165 – 778, Derek Foti 202-255-222-212 – 891. Totals: 617-724-696-611 – 2,648.
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Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)
P.J. Derenzo 191-193-257-228 – 869, Mark Derenzo 168-173-220-224 – 785, Dean Halpin 173-256-207-226 – 862. Totals: 532-622-684-678 – 2,516.
Team 8 (0)
No one bowled.
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Down’s Roofing (3)
Zach Strachan (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Afwaz Khan 265-192-206-193 – 856, Ryan Karabin 278-265-216-190 – 949. Totals: 733-647-612-573 – 2,565.
D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)
John Mecca 214-234-172-199 – 819, Jeff Williams 196-201-195-180 – 772, Ken Wilkins 179-219-223-226 – 847. Totals: 589-654-590-605 – 2,438.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Sindoni Sausage 101.5-38.5, Towne Bowling Academy 96.5-43.5, Revolutions Prop Shop 90.5-49.5, Broadway Lunch 81-59, Hicks Strong 79-61, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 76.563.5, TSS Printing & Awards 76.5-63.5, Next Level Detailing 74.5-65.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 74.5-65.5, Team 8 67.5-72.5, Barbecue Recreation 63.5-76.5, Pete’s Auto 62.5-77.5, Never Enough Performance 61-79, Team 12 61-79, GPC 57.5-82.5, Team 3 56.5-83.5, Team 19 65.5-84.5, Team 6 90.5-89.5, 15 Church 50-90, A-Plus 43-97.
Match summaries
Revolutions Pro Shop (12)
Lindsey McPhail 279-205-243-172 – 899, Don Herrington 192-219-278-248 – 937. Totals: 479-432-529-428 – 1,868.
GPC (8)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 172-149-147-172 – 640, Gabe Criscuolo 215-244-237-205 – 901. Totals: 461-467-458-451 – 1,837.
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TSS Printing & Awards (8.5)
Jackie Malone 217-198-202-234 – 851, Paul Dumas 209-238-201-205 – 853. Totals: 459-469-436-472 – 1,836.
Next Level Performance (11.5)
Kim Swiatocha 225-255-180-204 – 864, Matt Swiatocha 237-223-223-243 – 926. Totals: 484-500-425-469 – 1,878.
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Team 3 (14)
Amber Dominic 193-184-179-233 – 789, Mike Kamm 216-300-191-234 – 941. Totals: 459-534-420-517 – 1,930.
Barbecue Recreation (6)
Kaitlyn Barnes 187-193-223-226 – 829, Nick Barnes 194-182-207-199 – 782. Totals: 422-416-471-466 – 1,775.
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15 Church (0)
Aliyah Liberatore (absent) 174-174-174-174 – 696, Ben Empie (absent) 180-180-180-180 – 720. Totals: None.
Team 19 (7)
Kelly Chrzanowski 160-168-210-179 – 717, Tom Rogers 203-206-224-178 – 811. Totals: 409-420-480-403 – 1,712.
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A-Plus (7)
Michelle Largeteau 139-149-117-129 – 534, Tony Pasquerella 275-212-173-191 – 851. Totals: 536-483-412-442 – 1,873.
Broadway Lunch (13)
Renee Earl 257-181-196-202 – 836, Tom Earl 224-220-235-237 – 916. Totals: 481-401-431-439 – 1,944.
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Hicks Strong (4)
Victoria Shufelt 183-222-226-168 – 799, Zack Porter 183-248-169-217 – 817. Totals: 388-492-417-407 – 1,704.
Towne Bowling Academy (16)
Debbie Capullo 217-204-226-214 – 861, Ryan Gahan 215-243-247-243 – 948. Totals: 454-469-495-479 – 1,897.
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Never Enough Performance (17)
Kate Clark 269-225-210-224 – 928, Dave McLear 208-235-234-277 – 954. Totals: 521-504-488-545 – 2,058.
Team 6 (3)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 210-197-237-160 – 804, John Askew 235-274-216-236 – 961. Totals: 475-501-483-426 – 1,885.
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Team 8 (8)
Ursula Pasquerella 202-217-203-225 – 847, Joe Venduro 255-214-246-242 – 957. Totals: 509-483-501-519 – 2,012.
Team 12 (12)
Catie Bell 179-200=-194-195 – 768, Michael Pierce 235-266-269-290 – 1,060. Totals: 471-523-520-542 – 2,056.
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Pete’s Auto (1)
Jenn Schissler 214-247-237-202 – 900, Chuckie Schissler 199-191-193-203 – 786. Totals: 463-488-480-455 – 1,886.
Sindoni Sausage (19)
Liz Kuhlkin 268-224-268-300 – 1,060, Joe VanDerLinden 268-289-247-256 – 1,060. Totals: 546-523-525-566 – 2,160.
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Sportsman’s Bowl (8)
Erika Poje 213-259-258-200 – 930, Billy McGaffin 245-195-290-246 – 976. Totals: 490-486-580-478 – 2,034.
Martin Harding & Mazzotti (12)
Cheyanne McPhail 224-211-159-232 – 826, Chris Fawcett 268-250-253-300 – 1,071. Totals: 519-488-439-559 – 1,897.
Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected]

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