In The Pocket: Underground Bowling Association brings unique style

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Avid bowler Gabe Criscuolo’s mission is to make the relatively unknown Underground Bowling Association a household name among the serious local 10-pin enthusiasts. His first major step is to introduce the unique and intriguing new organization with a special tournament Saturday at Sportsman’s Bowl.

What is the UBA?

“The UBA has been around for 10-15 years or so, maybe a little longer,” said Criscuolo, who was born in Connecticut, but now makes Schenectady his home with his wife Elizabeth. “It’s all up and down the East Coast and especially in the New York City and New Jersey areas. I heard about it from some friends when I was growing up in Connecticut. I looked at trying to get a team in the Binghamton area when my wife and I lived there for a while, but it didn’t materialize.

“The UBA is basically another kind of bowling organization like the USBC or the TNBA [The National Bowling Association], but the whole atmosphere is a little bit different. They do things differently.”

For one thing, the UBA take a very modern approach with its social media presence. There is a lot of trash-talking going on between teams, with challenges made and accepted. Side “action” is abundant, and every event includes many different types of competition.

“Everybody is required to have an official jersey if you are a UBA member, although you can still be an independent bowler and compete in almost all of the events,” Criscuolo noted.

“Our team is in the New Jersey Northeast Division, and all of the tournament stops are within two or three hours from here. The way the team thing works is that you’ve got to bring nine bowlers, with three different groups of three bowling on three different pairs. I’ve got scratch and handicap teams. Because of the nature of the tournaments and all the travel involved, teams can actually have between 20 and 30 bowlers, and some even have 100-plus members. Right now, my team has about 30 bowlers, and I’ve sent out 15 of them in matches so far. I try to rotate people based on their availability.”

But the team aspect, loaded with special side events, will only be a small part of this inaugural local UBA event.

“Saturday’s tournament will be a singles tournament. We will have some other UBA teams in attendance, and there could be some kind of team match going on from what I hear, but the main event will be a singles elimination tournament to introduce the UBA to the area,” Criscuolo said. “There are also going to be championship belts for singles and doubles. They separate the fields by averages, and everyone is ranked. There might even be couple of guys bowling a match either before or after the tournament. Another thing about the UBA is that you can be called out with some trash talk leading up to a match. The UBA is very big with social media. A lot of the matches are made on social media.”

Saturday’s kickoff tournament is named after the local team, the 51-8 Alien Swarm. BowlTV is scheduled to be on hand to televise the finals.

“It’s been kind of chaotic putting this thing together,” Criscuolo said. “I’ve never run a tournament like this before, and there are all kinds of UBA rules and regulations we must follow.”

Criscuolo, who bowls 4-5 times a week in leagues and also competes regularly in tournaments, already has roughly 65 bowlers entered, including well-known local standouts like Liz Kuhlkin, Steve Wagoner, Craig Taylor, Chris Fawcett, Ron Williiams, Don Herrington, R.J. Martinez, Chamar Goodwin, Matt Swiatocha and many others. If you would like to enter, just message Criscuolo on Facebook. Check-in is noon on Saturday, and the action begins at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $60 ($50 for UBA members). Handicap will be 70% of 250.

The format will be everyone will bowl four games on the same pair they start. The top four opening-round qualifiers receive byes into the final eight-person bracket round, seeded 1-4.

After the top four are removed, the field is cut to one-quarter. Bowlers who make the cut bowl two more games, with the top four advancing and being seeded 5-8 for the final round. The finals are single-game match-play brackets.

For more information, contact Criscuolo at 203-209-9365.

If you’re looking for something new in the bowling world, this might be it.

“I’m learning as I go,” Criscuolo said. “I’m very happy that we now have a UBA team in our area, but what I really want is to have an entire division in the Capital Region. I want a bunch of area centers to get involved. If there is anybody with an interest in starting another team or two, let me know. I can help. Plus there will be several UBA officials at Saturday’s event.”

LOST ANOTHER LEGEND
Legendary Mark Roth, credited with introducing the power/cranker game to professional bowling, died last Friday at age 70. He was one of the greatest bowlers of all time and certainly among the top five or six ever to throw a bowling ball. And, boy, could he throw it with confidence.

Roth was both a PBA and USBC Hall of Famer. He won 34 PBA national titles and two PBA50 crowns. He was just the second pro bowler to surpass the $1 million mark in career earnings, and he won an unheard of eight titles in 1978. He was a two-time major winner and was a four-time PBA Player of the Year. He won the George Young Memorial Award for the highest average on the PBA Tour six times.

Known as an amazing spare shooter, Roth was the first PBA bowler to make the 7-10 spit on television during the 1980 ARC Alameda Open.

Roth visited the Capital Region several times. He not only competed here when we hosted several PBA Tour events, but he was also special guest at the annual SBA Hall of Fame and Awards dinner. His question-and-answer session was a memorable one.

On a personal note, I was one of the bowlers who tried — unsuccessfully — to emulate Roth’s power style. He was fun to watch. He will be missed.

STRIKES & SPARES
Mike Miller rolled a handicap triple of 755 and earned $400 for winning the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York’s first regular tournament of the season Sunday at Uncle Sam Lanes In Troy. There were 61 bowlers in the field. Also cashing were Craig Paulsen (738, $200), Dan Finke (731, $100), Brian Collis (727, $90), David Morrissey (714, $80), Don Stalpinski (710, $75), Michelle Paulsen (710, $70), Adam Hadden (698, $65), Stephanie Reed (692, $60), Joey Herrington (686, $50), Leon St. Andrew (686, $50), Todd Paulsen (678, $50) and Chris Brown (672, $50). The next A.L.B.A.N.Y. event will be a doubles tournament Dec. 12 at 9:30 a.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl. Entry fee is $100 per team ($80 if paid by Dec. 6) and top prize will be $900, based on 45 teams. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

Two bowlers better known for their golf games registered perfect games this week at Town & Country Lanes. Congrats to Justin Hearley, the assistant pro at Normanside CC, for recording his sixth career perfect game. Also a tip of the hat to Niskayuna’s Chad Stoffer, a multiple Tri-County Match Play champion and a Capital Region Amateur Golf Association Stroke Play titlist, who also rolled a 300 game. Looks like all that curling he’s done the last couple of years worked to his advantage.

Congratulations to Zach Gravell for winning the Town & Country Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot and to Joey Herrington for winning the Red Richards Memorial Thanksgiving Tournament at Uncle Sam Lanes.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 12th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues this weekend and runs through Jan. 30. Squads this weekend will be Friday at 9:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. There’s also an optional singles event using your team score. Entry fee is $160 per four-person team. 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 Saturday (2 p.m.) and Sunday (11 a.m. 2 p.m.). There is a limit of 48 bowlers for Saturday’s squad and 72 for the two Sunday squads. Entry fee is $40. Handicap is 90% of 230. Format will be four games on different pairs. There will be an optional scratch singles entry for $10. 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.

Received an interesting note from Schenectady’s Tom McCoy about the old Amateur Bowlers Tour, which flourished in this area — as well as regionally and nationally — back in the 1980s. McCoy tells me he was that organization’s first three-time winner before “graduating” from the tour. He said he also owned the national ABT’s second-highest qualifying score (1,044) at one point. I remember the ABT very well and competed in a few of its tournaments. FYI to Tom and some other readers who are wondering — the ABT is not related to the new Amateur League Bowlers of New York tour run by Jim Burton and Jeff Segel. The A.L.B.A.N.Y. began in 2017.

Mark your schedules for the annual Schenectady USBC Open Tournament Feb. 19-27 at Towne Bowling Academy. The format will be three-person teams ($25 per person), plus optional entries into the team scratch ($10), handicap singles ($10) and scratch singles ($10). First place will be $1,200, based on 80 teams. Cash payout will be one in eight. Handicap is based on 90% of 240. Squads will be Feb. 19 (2:30 p.m.), Feb. 20 (9:30 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.), Feb. 25 (9:30 p.m.), Feb. 26 (2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and Feb. 27 (9:30 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. For more information, contact Bill Nolan (518-210-3639) or Lloyd Denny (518-370-0614). Come support your local bowling association and have fun at the same time.

MAJOR BOWLING
Mike DiCerbo rolled a 268-765, Gabe Criscuolo fired a 269-761, Nick Barnes hammered a 268-759 and Jessica Aiezza ripped a 299-758 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Fawcett delivered a 259-762, and Steve Renzi pounded a 299 game during a 731 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl, John Mecca found the line for a 269-995, Tom Girard shot a 259-971, Derek Foti fired a 257-954 and Mark Hansen delivered a 258-950.

Jenn Schissler tossed a 296 game during a 1,035 four-game set, Lindsey McPhail rolled a 300 game and a first-three 805 during a 1,031, Billy McGaffin slammed a 279-1,020 and Chris Fawcett delivered a 279-996 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Muny Grille 37-11, Precision Floors 35-13, Universal Auto Parts 32-16, Metroland Photo 31.5-16.5, VanBuren Enterprises 29-19, Café One-Eleven 28-20, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 25.5-22.5, Mike’s Hot Dogs 24-24, St. John Stone & Concrete 23-25, Bob’s Pro Shop 22-26, The Appliance Specialist 20-28, G & Dz Pizza 14-34, I.D.I.D. 8-40, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 7-41.

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Match summaries
Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (3)
Melissa Bogholtz 220-211-210 — 641, Bill Carl 203-279-185 — 667, Zach Bogholtz 224-228-243 — 695, Kalynn Carl 194-227-177 — 598. Totals: 841-945-815 — 2,601.
Muny Grille (1)
Jay Diamond 290-214-202 — 706, Dave Bingham 225-159-168 — 552, John Musto Jr. 233-233-1186 — 652, Jamie Diamond 254-223-212 — 689. Totals: 1,002-829-768 — 2,599.

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I.D.I.D. (1)
Tony Fernandez 247-245-200 — 692, Joe Gordon 127-190-224 — 541, Jim Valentino 184-202-192 — 578, Dean Halpin 170-202-233 — 605. Totals: 728-839-849 — 2,416.
Precision Floors (3)
Mike Guidarelli 278-235-180 — 693, Tom Gorsin 185-158-233 — 576, Ron Williams 274-236-182 — 692, Tom Siatkowski 246-222-210 — 678. Totals: 983-851-805 — 2,639.

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Metroland Photo (3)
Lee Quivey 159-194-188 — 541, Steve Renzi 226-299-206 — 731, Mike Gallitelli 229-206-217 — 652, Billy McGaffin Jr. 192-235-255 — 682. Totals: 806-934-866 — 2,606.
Café One-Eleven (1)
Joe DiBiase 196-202-206 — 604, Dan Carson Jr. 206-218-192 — 616, Cory Buckley 247-244-212 – -703, Tyler Mochrie 183-257-237 — 677. Totals: 832-921-847 — 2,600.

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VanBuren Enterprises (3)
Art Van Buren 225-179-233 — 637, Rich Manzer Jr. 202-236-195 — 633, Brian French 224-279-190 — 693, Terry Ray 193-204-257 — 654. Totals: 844-898-875 — 2,617.
Bob’s Pro Shop (1)
Fred McMahon 223-192-178 — 593, Earl Lawrence Jr. 192-231-204 — 627, Bob Tedesco Jr. 248-208-223 — 679, Mike Smith 184-208-194 — 586. Totals: 847-839-799 — 2,485.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)
Anthony Clay 157-224-202 — 583, Amy Matchen 167-214-197 — 578, Jackielynn Noble 176-226-168 — 570, Jim Petronis 279-169-195 — 643. Totals: 779-833-762 — 2,374.
St. John Stone & Concrete (4)
Mike Isabella Jr. 248-202-222 — 672, Andrew D’Aurizio 224-245-208 — 677 Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 241-262-213 — 716, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 237-234-237 — 708. Totals: 950-943-880 — 2,773.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (3)
Cliff Ruth 225-210-239 — 674, Tammy Sader 227-241-179 — 647, Rich Rogaski 231-200-234 — 665, Kevin Palmer 199-225-148 — 572. Totals: 882-876-800 — 2,558.
The Appliance Specialist (1)
Brandon Sheridan 166-217-168 — 551, Steve Fawcett 178-154-167 — 499, Rich Bauer 183-178-216 — 577, Chris Fawcett 245-259-258 — 762. Totals: 772-808-809 — 2,389.

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Universal Auto Parts (3)
Andy Smith 247-205-222 — 674, Bill Heaphy III 201-204-214 — 619, Joe DeVillas 237-206-236 — 679, Chris Smith 224-215-155 — 594. Totals: 909-830-827 — 2,566.
G & Dz Pizza (1)
Jason Deitz 202-268-205 — 675, Rich Ellis 231-198-199 — 628, Matt Hitchcock 212-158-211 — 581, Mike Voss 216-173-232 — 621. Totals: 861-797-847 — 2,505.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 30-6, Towne Bowling Academy 27-9, Falvey Real Estate 26-10, 20 North 23.5-12.5, ABS 22.5-13.5, Broadway Lanes 21-15, Sindoni Sausage 20-16, TSS Printing & Awards 20-16, J & F Lawn Care 19-17, Palazzo Ristorante 18-18, Down’s Roofing 17.5-18.5, Rollerama 17-19, Boulevard Bowl 16-20, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 16-20, Broadway Lunch 15.5-20.5, Kristel Mechanic 12.5-23.5, KKV Recovery 11-25, Mastrionni Food 10.5-25.5, Fogg’s Automotive 9-27, D.A. Parisi & Co. 8-28.

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Match summaries
J & F Lawn Care (0)
Jason Brown (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, R.J. Martinez 224-250-184-658, Nick Stricos 193-180-01 — 574, Steve Hallenbeck 204-280-215 — 699. Totals: 811-900-790 — 2,501.
Rollerama (3)
Ron Paradiso 227-258-233 — 718, Brandon Wolf 205-211-2390 — 646, Dan Rotter 219-238-206 — 663, Ken LaBelle Jr. 223-238-186 — 647. Totals: 874-945-855 — 2,674.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)
Zach Strachan 215-178-225 — 618, Kyle Wilkins 223-244-188 — 655, Stephen Alexander 226-223-213 — 662, Tom Rogers 183-180-220 — 583. Totals: 847-825-846 — 2,518.
Mastrioanni Food (1)
Rit Fazzone 124-178-210 — 512, Bob Messick 245-173-266 — 684, Chris Allen 215-244-200 — 650, Mike Nolan 186-180-219 — 585. Totals: 770-775-895 — 2,440.

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Fogg’s Automotive (0)
Jackie Malone 212-213-194 — 61, Eric McDowell 205-226-216 — 647, James Carpenter 161-144-232 — 537, Bob Evans 172-214-205 — 591. Totals: 750-797-847 — 2,394.
DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 299-192-267 — 758, Mark Kuhlkin 246-195-243 — 684, John Askew 237-226-245 — 708, Liz Kuhlkin 257-267-206 — 730. Totals: 1,039-8809-961 — 2,880.

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Falvey Real Estate (2)
Dan Auricchio 248-236-246 — 730, Lee Aiezza 215-268-232 — 715, Jeff Young 258-278-165 — 701, Don Herrington 235-215-167 — 617. Totals: 956-997-810 — 2,763.
Palazzo Ristorante (1)
Marc Fowler 247-258-215 — 720, Marty Capullo Sr. 201-225-192 — 618, Cassius Boyd 201-226-232 — 659, Charlie Provost (absent) 190-190-190 — 570. Totals: 839-899-829 — 2,567.

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Sindoni Sausage (1)
Tom Egan Jr. 213-236-196 — 645, Mike Dicerbo 268-241-256 — 765, Rich Strath 259-214-278 — 751, Joe VanDerLinden 194-213-2094 — 611. Totals: 934-904-934 — 2,772.
20 North (2)
Tommy Donato 235-239-266 — 740, Kenny Livengood 226-278-245 — 749, Joe Byrnes 226-203-214 — 643, Chris Radliff 259-229-200 — 688. Totals: 946-949-925 — 2,820.

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Down’s Roofing (0)
Bryan Admire 188-178-209 — 575, Nick Barnes 268-245-246 — 759, Ryan Karabin 225-229-266 — 720, Billy Wigand (absent) 190-190-190 — 570. Totals: 871-842-911 — 2,624.
ABS (3)
Matt Kallner 234-233-239 — 706, Natasha Fazzone 186-195-233 — 614, Jeff Kallner 238-257-233 — 728, Matt Fazzon 248-259-234 — 741. Totals: 906-944-939 — 2,789.

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Broadway Lanes (2)
Roy Vanderbogarat 226-227-257 — 710, John Pancake 231-258-245 — 734, Eric Stangle 207-211-208 — 626, Justin Barcomb 268-280-190 — 738. Totals: 932-976-900 — 2,808.
TSS Printing & Awards (1)
Paul Dumas 205-256-213 — 674, Nunzi Manuli 218-256-251 — 725, Jim Geiger 236-203-230 — 669, Steve Wagoner 196-257-259 — 712. Totals: 855-972-953 — 2,780.

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Broadway Lunch (3)
Jenn Schissler 237-215-213 — 665, Chuck Schissler 169-176-205 — 550, Lindsey McPhail 258-269-225 — 752, Gabe Criscuolo 247-269-245 — 761. Totals: 911-929-888 — 2,728.
Kristel Mechanic (0)
Ed White 192-190-226 — 608, Mel Kristel 181-181-217 — 579, Bryan Kelley 229-228-182 — 630, Jeff Whitehouse 233-215-235 — 683. Totals: 826-814-860 — 2,500.

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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (1)
Ed Gumm 244-182-208 — 634, Chip Tashjian 236-1590-247 — 633, Brad Lawyer 205-223-223 — 651, Jody Becker 237-163-247 — 647. Totals: 922-718-925 — 2,565.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 227-207-200 — 634, Ken Wilkins 247-210-264 — 721, Mike Scaccia 213-206-279 — 698, Derek Foti 227-230-225 — 682. Totals: 914-853-968 — 2,735.

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KKV Recovery (1)
Nick DiCerbo 256-191-257 — 704, Kara Struffolino 237-233-265 — 735, Vinny Struffolino 214-227-201 — 642, Bill Nolan 216-225-189 — 630. Totals: 923-876-912 — 2,711
Towne Bowling Academy (2)
Tom Earl 245-237-234 — 716, Tony Palumbo 223-227-290 — 740, Marty Capullo Jr. 235-279-187 — 701, Debbie Capullo 267-245-186 — 698. Totals: 970-988-897 — 2,855.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Boulevard Bowl 42-18, Masons Automotive 40.5-19.5, Down’s Roofing 36.5-23.5, MBM Motorsports 34-26, Kalpro 32-28, Derenzo’s Tax Service 32-28, D.A. Parisi & Co. 20-40, Team 8 3-47.

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Match summaries
MBM Motorsports (4)
Zach Mecca 171-205-176-149 — 701, Tony Bianchi 269-222-211-161 — 863, Tom Girard 259-244-225-243 — 971. Totals: 699-671-612-553 — 2,535.
Derenzo’s Tax Service (1)
P.J. Derenzo 192-210-170-223 — 795, Mark Derenzo 225-194-183-179 — 781, Bob Tuttle 224-213-212-183 — 832. Totals: 641-617-565-585 — 2,408.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)
John Mecca 269-222-256-248 — 995, Jeff Williams 181-177-201-245 — 804, Ken Wilkins 157-233-235-226 — 851. Totals: 607-632-692-719 — 2,650.
Boulevard Bowl (3)
Michael Scaccia 224-250-226-237 — 937, Brian Hart 266-204-194-232 — 896, Derek Foti 256-219-257-222 — 954. Totals: 746-673-677-691 — 2,787.

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Kalpro (4)
Keith Lawyer 196-238-226-191 — 851, Kyle Wilkins 234-172-236-285 — 927, Joe Carusone 193-152-211-219 — 775. Totals: 623-562-673-695 — 2,553.
Team 8 (1)
No one bowled.

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Down’s Roofing (2)
Zach Strachan 211-199-215-257 — 882, Afwarz Khan 216-191-183-171 — 761, Ryan Karabin 239-258-216-211 — 924. Totals: 666-648-614-639 — 2,567.
Masons Automotive (3)
Mark Hansen 258-256-246-190 — 950, Robin Fredenburgh 162-225-222-194 — 803, Ron Williams 224-181-230-228 — 863. Totals: 644-662-698-612 — 2,616.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Sindoni Sausage 189.5-70.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 161-99, Revolutions Pro Shop 157.5-102.5, TSS Printing & Awards 154.5-105.5, Hicks Strong 144-116, Rogers Motorsports 143-117, Towne Bowling Academy 140-120, Broadway Lunch 133-127, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 129.5-130.5 Next Level Detailing 125.5-134.5, GPC 125.5-134.5, Loyal Nutrition 122.5-137.5, Pete’s Auto 122.5-137.5, Barbecue Recreation 118.5-141.5, 15 Church 118-142, Team 8 113.5-146.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 111-149, Never Enough Performance 104.5-155.5, Team 6 86.5-173.5, A-Plus 75-185.

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Match summaries
Next Level Detailing (7)
Kim Swiatocha 233-170-196-249 — 848, Matt Swiatocha 226-217-255-206 — 904. Totals: 479-407-471-475 — 1,832.
Towne Bowling Academy (13)
Debbie Capullo 249-258-226-186 — 919, Ryan Gahan 188-244-236-216 — 884. Totals: 457-522-482-422 — 1,883.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (13)
Cheyanne McPhail 224-193-251-184 — 852, Chris Fawcett 237-255-279-225 — 996. Totals: 481-468-550-429 — 1,928.
Loyal Nutrition (7)
Amber Dominic 234-214-193-214 — 855, Vinny Struffolino 179-201-224-233 — 837. Totals: 452-454-456-486 — 1,848.

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Barbecue Recreation (12.5)
Kaitlyn Barnes 224-212-216-279 — 931, Mikey Liberatore 184-193-247-211 — 835. Totals: 442-439-497-524 — 1,902.
Broadway Lunch (7.5)
Natasha Fazzone 225-185-204-214 — 828, Tom Earl 214-255-229-194 — 892. Totals: 461-462-455-430 — 1,808

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Team 6 (2)
Kara Struffolino 183-237-203-193 — 816, John Askew 202-236-193-176 — 807. Totals: 415-503-426-399 — 1,743.
Sportsman’s Bowl (18)
Erika Poje 195-226-188-234 — 843 Billy McGaffin 237-268-236-279 — 1,020. Totals: 456-518-448-537 — 1,959.

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GPC (15)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 169-114-132-189 — 604, Gabe Criscuolo 223-246-269-200 — 938. Totals: 463-431-472-460 — 1,826.
Hicks Strong {5)
Victoria Shufelt 172-223-190-171 — 756, Zack Porter 173-248-170-196 — 823. Totals: 374-500-389-396 — 1,659.

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TSS Printing & Awards (5)
Jackie Malone 235-172-216-190 — 813, Paul Dumas 182-215-212-226 — 835. Totals: 437-407-448-436 — 1,728.
15 Church (15)
Aliyah Liberatore 165-186-216-173 — 740, Ben Empie 229-186-209-187 — 811. Totals: 451-429-482-417 — 1,779.

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Team 8 (6)
Ursula Pasquerella 212-153-197-185 — 747, Bill Nolan 162-247-179-210 — 798. Totals: 431-457-433-452 — 1,773.
Sindoni Sausage (14)
Liz Kuhlkin 218-258-236-182 — 894, Joe VanDerLinden 249-237-248-215 — 949. Totals: 471-499-488-401 — 1,859.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (17)
Lindsey McPhail 258-300-247-226 — 1,031, Don Herrington 218-227-228-216 — 889. Totals: 487-538-486-453 — 1,964.
A-Plus (3)
Michelle Largeteau 162-130-102-128 — 522, Lee Quivey 193-235-204-195 — 827. Totals: 460-470-411-428 — 1,769.

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Never Enough Performance (9)
Kate Clark 221-195-236-158 — 810, Marty Capullo Jr. 148-257-280-277 — 962. Totals: 403-486-550-469 — 1 ,908.
Rogers Motorsports (11)
Kelly Chrzanowski 194-250-189-203 — 836, Tom Rogers 221-257-203-212 — 893. Totals: 461-553-438-461 — 1,913.

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T.J. Bell Environmental (3)
Catie Bell 207-185-213-200 — 805, Michael Pierce 258-245-244-195 — 942. Totals: 514-479-506-444 — 1,943.
Pete’s Auto (17)
Jenn Schissler 237-245-296-257 — 1,035, Chuckie Schissler 230-278-258-210 — 976. Totals: 513-569-600-513 — 2,195.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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