Saratoga County

In the Pocket: Precision, practice, preparation pay off for Mechanicville’s Amyot

Mechanicville resident Don Amyot is a longtime ball driller and the only two-time champion of the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York, which kicks off its official tournament season Sunday at Uncle Sam Lanes. (Photo provided)

Mechanicville resident Don Amyot is a longtime ball driller and the only two-time champion of the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York, which kicks off its official tournament season Sunday at Uncle Sam Lanes. (Photo provided)

Precision, practice and preparation are valuable tools that passionate bowler Don Amyot uses every time he steps onto the lanes. The longtime employee of the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance doesn’t leave much to chance — in all facets of his life.

Amyot, who turns 55 on Monday, is not only the first champion in the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York (A.L.B.A.N.Y.) tournament series for keglers with averages less than 215, but he’s also the only two-time winner in that popular organization. The A.L.B.A.N.Y. series kicks off its regular 2021-22 campaign Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy.

Amyot, who grew up in Clifton Park but lives in Mechanicville, is a Keveny Academy and Siena College graduate who is just absolutely crazy about the sport of bowling. Although he currently only bowls in one league on Tuesday nights at Uncle Sam Lanes, he competes in numerous tournaments and takes the game very seriously.

One example of his extreme love for bowling is the fact that he’s been drilling equipment for both himself and others for nearly three decades.

“When I graduated from Siena in 1988, I went to work for Bowl New England, and I worked for them for a few years,” Amyot said. “One aspect of the business I was very interested in was the pro shop business.”

Eventually, Amyot moved on from Bowl New England, and he landed a job with the late Ted Klonowski working at his pro shop. In 1993, he began to work for Ken Krueger of Ken’s Bowling & Billiards on Central Avenue in Colonie, near the now defunct Sunset Recreation Lanes. 

“I consider Ken my mentor and probably the greatest ball-driller I ever knew,” Amyot said. “When Ken got a job with the postal service, I still ran his shop part-time, and then I ran the Sunset Recreation pro shop for George Hoffman for another five years or so.”

Amyot developed a clientele that enjoyed his precise ball-drilling techniques and, eventually, one of his closest friends, long-time regional pro Chris Fedden, asked him what he machinery he needed to drill equipment out of Fedden’s home.

“He wanted to know what tools I needed to drill balls for him, and he went out and got everything I needed within two months,” Amyot said. “I’m beyond grateful to Chris. That’s where I drill balls now. I don’t have a huge clientele, but the people I still drill for know I do an excellent job and that I’m very precise. Quality work takes time.”

Eventually, Fedden learned how to drill his own equipment, but he used Amyot’s expertise for 20 years.

“It’s something I really love to do,” Amyot said. “As I get older, I find myself more and more into it. I get more joy seeing other people do well with the balls I drill for them than I do with my own game sometimes.”

Amyot doesn’t take perceived failures very well, and he recently worked hard to fix a couple of them. The first was a major weight-loss journey.

“My fighting weight is now at 163 pounds, but I started at 258 pounds on Jan. 1, 2020,” he said. “My wife, Tracie, started on Weight Watchers in 2019, and she did very well on that program. She inspired me to begin the journey, and I told her in December of that year I would join her and begin the journey myself. My original goal was to lose 80 pounds, and I expected it to take 15-18 months, but while I was on the program I adjusted my goal to 90 pounds, and I achieved that goal on Jan. 15 of this year. It took me 12 1/2 months.”

Not satisfied with his own bowling performance after one of his most disappointing seasons a year ago, Amyot decided to do something about it, just like he did with his weight loss.

“Last year was one of the worst years I’ve had in bowling,” he said. “I bowled very poorly. I was going through the weight-loss program, and I’m sure that was a contributing factor, but I was embarrassed and I was upset. I was ticked off because I’m a competitor. I’m not the greatest bowler in the Capital District, but I’m a competitor, and I’ve got a fire in me. After everything I’ve gone through physically, I knew I had to do something about my bowling performance.”

For the second time in his life, Amyot went to the Dick Ritger Bowling Academy, this time at Barbecue Recreation in Hoosick Falls. 

“I went to one about 30 years ago, but that was a long time ago,” Amyot said. “I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a pair of the instructors named Tony Bilello and Joe Shullek. They spent a lot of time with me on my timing, freeing up my arm swing and working on my release. Things aren’t perfect, but I’m headed in the right direction.

“I threw the ball an equivalent of 75 games over those three days. It’s all about getting prepared.”

Amyot’s trip to the Ritger Academy this past summer helped him pull off one of his favorite career achievements, winning the handicap division of the Mo Pinel Memorial Tournament in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

“It was Columbus Day weekend, and I went there out of respect for Mo Pinel. I’m an avid supporter of his Radical brand equipment, although I’m not a staff remember,” Amyot said. “I wish I was. I thought it was the right thing to go and bowl in his tournament. I went there with no expectations, but I signed up for four shifts of three games of bowling with handicap. I got to meet some great people, and that’s what I went there for, but on the very first squad, I rolled a 300 game. It was absolutely unbelievable to have done that in front of Mo Pinel’s family and to put a smile on their faces.”

Amyot finished with a 758 scratch triple and an 860 handicap total to not only win the handicap division but to also finish fifth in the scratch division. 

“Just to be there was an honor, but meeting all of Mo’s family members was a thrill of a lifetime. I also got to meet Phil Cardinale, the president of Radical Bowling. The whole weekend was spectacular,” Amyot said.

Amyot, who grew up watching his father bowl at the old Clifton Park Lanes, currently called Spare Time Clifton Park, first began to get involved with major leagues at the now defunct Bowlers Club. His father taught him the game, and he picked up valuable expertise from former Clifton Park Lanes proprietor Al Massaroni and manager Bernie Thomas.

Amyot, who has three perfect games, three 800 triples and a high average of 227 at the Bowlers Club back in the mid 2000s, says some of his best memories in the sport occurred on the A.L.B.A.N.Y. circuit over the last couple of years.

“I remember my first 800 triple in the Bowlers Club Classic when I was subbing for someone. I finished with a 1,049 for my highest four-game series that night,” Amyot said. 

“But I didn’t feel like I could compete with a lot of the big-name bowlers out there. That’s why the A.L.B.A.N.Y. tournaments are so special. I remember winning my first A.L.B.A.N.Y. tournament in 2017 at East Greenbush Bowling Center. It was the first time I set foot in the place in over 25 years.”

Amyot’s second victory last December was even more special for another reason.

“Winning the doubles tournament with my uncle, Tom, at Latham Bowl [now Spare Time Latham] on a very tough lane condition meant a lot to me because I did it with my uncle. Honestly, I was very happy to become the first two-time winner in that group. That was a goal I had set for myself last year, and it was definitely the highlight of what was a relative crummy year for me. I was still more happy for my uncle than for myself. He just recently came back to bowling after a 40-year absence, and the fact that I could help him get a win was very gratifying,” he said.

Sunday, Amyot, who also has a runner-up finish in A.L.B.A.N.Y. events, should be one of the favorites to win again. He bowls in a league there and knows the lanes well. 

“I really appreciate the fact that Tom Walsh [the proprietor] gives me a place to go and practice and work on my game. He’s been very generous to me,” Amyot said.

But despite Amyot’s recent good fortune, he will never forget a major surgery he had seven years ago that saved his life.

“I got sick with the flu in 2014, and although I wasn’t in any pain, I was tired all the time and just felt awful. I made up my mind that I needed to do something about it,” Amyot said. “But my doctor discovered something wasn’t right, and they sent to the hospital. After a CAT-scan, they discovered a humungous mass. I had major surgery to remove that tumor. My doctor told me if it hadn’t been discovered I would have been dead in two years. I’m very lucky to be alive.”

STRIKES & SPARES

Speaking of the A.L.B.A.N.Y., entry fee for Sunday’s event is $50, plus a $10 membership fee. Handicap will be 100% of 215, with a maximum handicap of 75 a game. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

Eric Copping and Jim Commette defeated Steve Wagoner and John Walther III 501-421 to capture the NYSCOPBA Over/Under Doubles Tournament Sunday at Towne Bowling Academy. Coppling and Commette split $2,800, while Wagoner and Walther earned $1,400.

Zachary Bogholtz defeated Cephus Beatty III 201-187 to win his sixth Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour event at Patel’s Kingston Lanes. He earned $195 in $210 in scholarships, while Beatty took home $195. Meanwhile, a few days later, Bogholtz registered his first adult-league 800 triple with a 280 game en route to an 807 at East Greenbush Bowling Center.

Joe DeVellis recorded a 300 game, a 299 game and a huge 866 triple this week at Town & Country Lanes.

The bowling world lost a great ambassador and competitor when USBC and PBA Hall of Famer Teata Semiz passed away this week at age 87. He won three PBA Tour titles and eight PBA50 Tour titles, including the PBA Showboat St. Petersburg Senior Open at age 63, making him the oldest player at the time to win a national PBA50 Tour stop. He continued to excel well into his 80s in league play.

The inaugural Underground Bowling Association’s The Alien Swarm Singles Area 51-8 tournament is set for Dec. 4 at Sportsman’s Bowl at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $60. Call Gabe Criscuolo (518-209-9365) or reach him on Facebook for more information.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 12th annual Handicap Team Tournament begins Sunday and runs through Jan. 30. There’s also an optional singles event using your team score. First prize will be $4,000 guaranteed. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for details.

Town & Country’s Holiday Shoot-Out will be held Dec. 4 (2 p.m., 6 p.m.) and Dec. 5 (11 a.m. 2 p.m.). Entry fee is $40. Handicap is 90% of 230. Format will be four games on different pairs. Top prize will be $750, based on 100 entries. Call Anthony Scaccia (518-881-5054) for more information.

Uncle Sam Lane hosts the 11th annual Digger’s Doubles Tournament Dec. 11-12. The Saturday qualifying squads will be noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., while the Sunday qualifying squad will be at 9 a.m., followed by the finals at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $130 per team. Each tandem must have one bowler under 50 and one bowler over 50, and there can be only one PBA member per team.

MAJOR BOWLING

Marty Capulllo Jr. cranked out a 280 game during an 813 triple, Tom Egan Jr. registered a 279-802 and Joe VanDerLinden slammed a 299-791 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Jeff Kallner rolled a perfect game.

Matt Hitchcock delivered a 279-755, Earl Lawrence Jr. produced a 269-739, Ron Williams hammered a 247-714, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. shot a 276-714 and Jay Diamond ripped a 247-713 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Kyle Wilkins tossed a 278 game during a 1,011 four-game series, and Tony Bianchi hammered a 279-993 to pace the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Matt Swiatocha recorded his 28th perfect game during a 1,068 four-game series, Chris Fawcett delivered a 300 game during a 1,055 series, Vinny Struffolino hammered a 292-1,040, Liz Kuhlkin rolled a perfect game en route to a 1,033 and Jackie Malone shot a 276-1,014 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 27-6, Towne Bowling Academy 25-8, Falvey Real Estate 24-9, 20 North 21.5-11.5, ABS 19.5-13.5, Sindoni Sausage 19-14, J & F Lawn Care 19-14, Broadway Lanes 19-14, TSS Printing & Awards 19-14, Down’s Roofing 17.5-15.5, Palazzo Ristorante 17-16, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 15-18, Rollerama 14-19, Boulevard Bowl 14-19, Kristel Mechanic 12.5-20.5, Broadway Lunch 12.5-20.5, KKV Recovery 10-23, Mastrioanni Food 9.5-23.5, Fogg’s Automotive 9-24, D.A. Parisi & Co. 6-27.

Match summaries

Fogg’s Automotive (0)

Jackie Malone (absent) 190-190-190 – 570, Eric McDowell 234-210-148 – 592, James Carpenter 157-180-182 – 519, Bob Evans 191-193-168 – 552. Totals: 772-773-688 – 2,233.

KKV Recovery (3)

Nick Dicerbo 268-205-247 – 720, Kara Struffolino 194-224-209 – 627, Vinny Struffolino 235-210-212 – 657, Ronnie Zadrozny 218-265-207 – 690. Totals: 915-904-875 – 2,694.

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Kristel Mechanic (2)

Ed White 183-233-227 – 643, Mel Kristel 194-162-174 – 530, Bryan Kelley 250-258-248 – 756, Jeff Whitehouse 162-241-195 – 598. Totals: 789-894-844 – 2,527.

Falvey Real Estate (1)

Dan Auricchio 191-237-223 – 651, Lee Aiezza 226-187-184 – 597, Jeff Young 209-226-201 – 636, Don Herrington 254-196-225 – 675. Totals: 880-846-833 – 2,559.

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Broadway Lunch (2)

Jenn Schissler 203-238-236 – 677, Chuck Schissler 266-182-184 – 632, Lindsey McPhail 265-194-265 – 724, Gabe Criscuolo 173-226-191 – 590. Totals: 907-840-876 – 2,623.

TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Paul Dumas 248-234-226 – 708, Dwayne Coonradt 178-207-236 – 621, Jim Geiger 237-214-205 – 656, Steve Wagoner 229-248-197 – 674. Totals: 892-903-864 – 2,659.

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Towne Bowling Academy (2)

Tom Earl 259-191-212 – 662, Gary Bingham 220-257-212 – 689, Marty Capullo Jr. 280-269-264 – 813, Debbie Capullo 225-234-197 – 656. Totals: 984-951-885 – 2,820.

20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 243-224-210 – 677, Kenny Livengood 227-269-268 – 764, Joel Donato 223-205-192 – 620, Chris Radliff 213-256-197 – 666. Totals: 906-954-867 – 2,727.

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Rollerama (2)

Ron Paradiso 220-258-227 – 705, Brandon Wolf 216-173-195 – 584, Craig Taylor 236-225-248 – 709, Ken LaBelle Jr. 278-202-215 – 695. Totals: 9590-858-885 – 2,693.

Down’s Roofing (1)

Bryan Admire 236-236-213 – 685, Nick Barnes 177-223-223 – 623, Ryan Karabin 206-257-183 – 646, Billy Wigand 269-247-223 – 739. Totals: 888-963-842 – 2,693.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

Zach Strachan 223-164-210 – 597, Kyle Wilkins 163-184-169 – 516, Stephen Alexander 279-193-179 – 651, Jeremy Clute 199-247-220 – 666. Totals: 864-788-778 – 2,430.

DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 217-202-236 – 655, Mark Kuhlkin 257-201-179 – 637, Craig Schoonmaker 247-218-256 – 721, Liz Kuhlkin 244-218-172 – 634. Totals: 965-839-843 – 2,647.

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Palazzo Ristorante (0)

Marc Fowler 192-220-170 – 582, Karrie Blake 225-165-188 – 578, Cassius Boyd 235-213-250 – 698, Charlie Provost 258-208-167 – 633. Totals: 910-806-775 – 2,491.

J & F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 236-213-208 – 657, R.J. Martinez 239-228-236 – 703, Nick Stricos 225-200-168 – 593, Steve Hallenbeck 223-231-173 – 627. Totals: 923-872-785 – 2 ,580.

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Boulevard Bowl (0)

P.J. Derenzo 214-229-193 – 636, John Mecca 235-172-233 – 640, Ken Wilkins 216-238-178 – 632, Derek Foti 215-226-203 – 644. Totals: 880-865-807 – 2552.

Sindoni Sausage (3)

Scott Chastenay 247-244-258 – 749, Mike Dicerbo 179-208-243 – 630, Tom Egan Jr. 279-259-264 – 802, Joe VanDerLinden 299-234-258 – 791. Totals: 1,004-945-1,023 – 2,972.

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ABS (2)

Matt Kallner 192-269-221 – 682, Natasha Fazzone 247-227-204 – 678, Jeff Kallner 186-300-245 – 731, Matt Fazzone 226-289-255 – 770. Totals: 851-1,085-925 – 2,861.

Mastrioanni Food (1)

Rit Fazzone 168-147-220 – 535, Bob Messick 195-248-278 – 721, Chris Allen 209-246-213 – 668, John Askew 236-208-247 – 691. Totals: 808-849-958 – 2,615.

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Broadway Lanes (1)

Roy Vanderbogart 202-191-180 – 573, Gene Speenburg 238-234-212 – 684, Eric Stangle 224-213-216 – 653, Justin Barcomb 257-186-258 – 701. Totals: 921-824-866 – 2,611.

Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (2)

Ed Gumm 238-147-259 – 644, Chip Tashjian 257-266-243 – 766, Brad Lawyer 208-225-224 – 657, Jody Becker 202-202-269 – 674. Totals: 906-840-995 – 2,741.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 36-8, Precision Floors 32-12, Universal Auto Parts 29-15, Metroland Photo 28.5-15.5, Café One-Eleven 27-17, VanBuren Enterprises 26-18, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 22.5-21.5, Bob’s Pro Shop 21-23, Mike’s Hot Dogs 21-23, St. John Stone & Concrete 19-25, The Appliance Specialist 19-25, G & Dz Pizza 13-31, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 7-37, I.D.I.D. 7-37.

Match summaries

I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 229-213-202 – 635, Joe Gordon 168-196-152 – 516, Jim Valentino 204-235-173 – 612, A.J. Perone (absent) 200-200-200 – 600. Totals: 792-844-727 – 2,363.

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 257-218-230 – 705, Steve Renzi 184-221-244 – 649, Mike Gallitelli 212-224-236 – 672, B.J. Smith Jr. 207-254-237 – 698. Totals: 860-917-947 – 2,724.

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Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 247-246-220 – 713, Dave Bingham 194-205-244 – 643, John Musto Jr. 194-174-189 – 557, Jamie Diamond 202-195-223 – 620. Totals: 837-820-876 – 2,533.

VanBuren Enterprises (1)

Art Van Buren 149-238-197 – 584, Rich Manzer Jr. 199-204-219 – 622, Brian French 228-214-187 – 629, Terry Ray 164-210-218 – 592. Totals: 740-866-82 – 2,427.

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Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 195-207-227 – 629, Bill Heaphy Jr. 226-264-201 – 691, Joe DeVillas 225-227-246 – 698, Chris Smith 246-220-221 – 687. Totals: 892-918-895 – 2,705.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (0)

Dean Halpin 173-205-237 – 615, Tammy Sader 249-189-220 – 658, Rich Rogaski 222-177-213 – 612, Kevin Palmer 235-203-180 – 618. Totals: 879-774-850 – 2,503.

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Café One-Eleven (3)

Joe DiBiase 263-205-217 – 685, Rob Mengel 194-173-238 – 605, Cory Buckley 256-169-190 – 615, Tyler Mochrie 203-279-183 – 665. Totals: 916-826-828 – 2,570.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (1)

Melissa Bogholtz 245-175-217 – 637, Bill Carl 203-201-168 – 572, Zach Bogholtz 225-249-237 – 711, Kalynn Carl 209-210-168 – 587. Totals: 882-835-790 – 2,507.

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The Appliance Specialist (0)

Mike Liberatore 202-178-193 – 573, Steve Fawcett 201-199-192 – 592, Rich Bauer 202-189-200 – 591, Chris Fawcett 214-176-215 – 605. Totals: 819-742-800 – 2,361.

Bob’s Pro Shop (4)

Ron Williams 247-224-243 – 714, Earl Lawrence Jr. 237-233-269 – 739, Bob Tedesco Jr. 207-222-215 – 644, Mike Smith 235-205-208 – 648. Totals: 926-884-935 – 2,745.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Anthony Clay 182-169-115 – 466, Tom Gorsin 210-181-217 – 608, Jackielynn Noble 202-246-194 – 642, Jim Petronis 212-214-188 – 614. Totals: 806-810-714 – 2,330.

G & Dz Pizza (4)

Jason Deitz 171-233-237 – 641, Rich Ellis 170-249-143 – 562, Matt Hitchcock 279-244-232 – 755, Mike Voss 196-189-197 – 582. Totals: 816-915-809 – 2,540.

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Precision Floors (3)

Mike Guidarelli 237-240-184 – 661, Mike Piotrowski 215-236-176 – 627, Tom Siatkowski 205-189-213 – 607, Matt Swiatocha 186-237-228 – 651. Totals: 843-902-801 – 2,546.

St. John Stone & Concrete (1)

Mike Isabella Jr. 207-229-183 – 619, Andrew D’Aurizio 180-177-193 – 650, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 204-216-234 – 714, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 211-207-221 – 639. Totals: 802-889-831 – 2,522.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Boulevard Bowl 39-16, Masons Automotive 37.5-17.5, Down’s Roofing 34.5-20.5, Derenzo’s Tax Service 31-24, MBM Motorsports 30-25, Kalpro 27-28, D.A. Parisi & Co. 18-37 Team 8 3-52

Match summaries

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

John Mecca 188-204-182-167 – 741, Jeff Williams 196-200-172-212 – 780, Ken Wilkins 239-286-236-192 – 953. Totals: 623-690-590-571 – 2,474.

Masons Automotive (5)

Mark Hansen 209-258-208-214 – 889, Robin Fredenburgh 205-216-236-169 – 826, B.J. Smith Jr. 224-227-234-225 – 910. Totals: 638-701-678-608 – 2,625.

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Kalpro (3)

Keith Lawyer 189-268-172-205 – 834, Kyle Wilkins 270-278-245-218 – 1,011, Joe Carusone 164-214-210-218 – 806. Totals: 623-760-627-641 – 2,651.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (2)

P.J. Derenzo 218-205-212-192 – 827, Stephen Alexander 257-203-269-213 – 942, Bob Tuttle 164-203-169-216 – 752. Totals: 639-611-650-621 – 2,521.

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Down’s Roofing (1)

Zach Strachan 225-188-215-227 – 855, Afwaz Khan (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Ryan Karabin 237-255-225-191 – 908. Totals: 652-633-630-6089 – 2,523.

MBM Motorsports (4)

Zach Mecca 249-247-169-235 – 900, Tony Bianchi 239-279-243-232 – 993, Tom Girard 165-277-206-179 – 827. Totals: 653-803-618-646 – 2,720.

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Boulevard Bowl (4)

Michael Scaccia 218-215-206-237 – 876, Brian Hart 176-212-200-204 – 792, Derek Foti 238-248-191-237 – 914. Totals: 632-675-597-678 – 2,582.

Team (0)

No one bowled.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 175.5-64.5, TSS Printing & Awards 149.5-90.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 143-97, Revolutions Pro Shop 140.5-99.5, Hicks Strong 139-101, Rogers Motorsports 132-108, Towne Bowling Academy 127-113, Broadway Lunch 125.5-114.5, Next Level Detailing 118.5-121.5, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 116.5-123.5, Loyal Nutrition 115.5-124.5, GPC 110.5-129.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 108-132, Team 8 107.5-132.5, Barbecue Recreation 106-134, Pete’s Auto 105.5-134.5, 15 Church 103-137, Never Enough Performance 95.5-144.5, Team 6 84.5-155.5, A-Plus 72-168.

Match summaries

Barbecue Recreation (16)

Kaitlyn Barnes 161-236-258-203 – 858, Nick Barnes 221-184-171-223 – 799. Totals: 421-459-468-465 – 1,813.

T.J. Bell Environmental (4)

Catie Bell 196-235-194-183 – 808, Mike Kamm 158-171-228-210 – 767. Totals: 398-450-466-437 – 1,751.

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A-Plus (9)

Michelle Largeteau 140-133-150-138 – 561, Austin Zullo 190-233-156-201 – 780. Totals: 437-473-413-446 – 1,769.

Team 6 (11)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 171-172-190-229 – 762, John Askew 217-227-227-235 – 906. Totals: 423-434-452-499 – 1,808.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (5)

Lindsey McPhail 237-227-192-205 – 861, Don Herrington 219-246-267-209 – 941. Totals: 465-482-468-423 – 1,838.

Sindoni Sausage (15)

Liz Kuhlkin 300-259-247-227 – 1,033, Joe VanDerLinden 288-218-235-206 – 947. Totals: 592-481-486-437 – 1,996.

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Pete’s Auto {17)

Jenn Schissler 202-248-201-227 – 878, Chuckie Schissler 177-189-213-237 – 816. Totals: 425-483-460-510 – 1,878.

Hicks Strong (3)

Victoria Shufelt 161-200-206-208 – 847, Zack Porter 216-236-196-249 – 897. Totals: 404-463-429-484 — 1,780.

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Towne Bowling Academy (7)

Debbie Capullo 239-221-258-233 – 951, Ryan Gahan 220-238-213-200 – 871. Totals: 478-478-490-452 – 1,898.

TSS Printing & Awards (13)

Jackie Malone 227-276-244-267 – 1,014, Paul Dumas 278-179-208-216 – 881. Totals: 528-478-475-506 – 1,987.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (16)

Cheyanne McPhail 177-222-237-212 – 848, Chris Fawcett 300-259-242-246 – 1,047. Totals: 498-502-500-479 – 1,979.

Broadway Lunch (4)

Renee Earl 174-163-198-170 – 705, Tom Earl 206-257-226-269 – 958. Totals: 423-463-467-482 – 1,835.

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Sportsman’s Bowl [11)

Erika Poje 254-214-174-214 – 856, Billy McGaffin 195-280-242-289 – 1,007. Totals: 474-519-442-528 – 1,963.

Next Level Performance (9)

Kim Swiatocha 237-172-208-181 – 798, Matt Swiatocha 237-247-268-300 – 1,052. Totals: 495-440-497-502 – 1,934.

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Rogers Motorsports (12)

Amy Struffolino 189-179-166-181 — 715, Tom Rogers 177-221-244-171 – 813. Totals: 443-477-487-429 – 1,836.

GPC (8)

Laura Rotter 169-237-255-156 – 817, Dan Rotter 190-245-164-225 – 824. Totals: 393-516-453-415 – 1,641.

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15 Church (7)

Aliyah Liberatore 166-188-215-211 – 780, Ben Empie 227-246-227-211 – 911. Totals: 454-495-503-583 – 1,935.

Loyal Nutrition (13)

Amber Dominic 212-216-195-202 – 825, Vinny Struffolino 247-278-227-232 – 984. Totals: 501-536-464-476 – 1,977.

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Team 8 (9)

Ursula Pasquerella 213-176-191-232 – 812, Mikey Liberatore 182-268-183-205 – 838. Totals: 435-484-414-477 – 1,810.

Never Enough Performance (11)

Kate Clark 192-196-234-183 – 805, Dave McLear 254-217-238-184 – 893. Totals: 490-457-516-411 – 1,874.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected]

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