In the Pocket: Fun-loving Smith enjoys bowling, life

Fun-loving B.J. Smith works at Boulevard Bowl and has recorded more than 100 career perfect games, including 15 in one season. (Photo provided)

Fun-loving B.J. Smith works at Boulevard Bowl and has recorded more than 100 career perfect games, including 15 in one season. (Photo provided)

Jovial Bruce “B.J.” Smith Jr.’s priorities are family, friends and fun. That’s why bowling means so much to this talented lane mechanic at Boulevard Bowl. The sport exemplifies everything he holds dear.

Smith not only bowls in four leagues and subs occasionally in others, but he makes his living off the game, working several decades for proprietor Mike Scaccia in whatever role comes up.

Paradoxically, Smith, a 41-year-old Niskayuna High School graduate, is one of the most talented keglers in the Capital Region, yet he doesn’t take the game — at least his achievements — very seriously.

“I’d take the friendships I’ve made over the scores I’ve shot any day,” Smith said. “Bowling scores don’t matter to me as much. It’s more the social aspect that I enjoy. I enjoy meeting new people. That’s what bowling used to be. Bowling now has dropped off a little, but I’m hoping it bounces back in the future.”

Smith would rather make someone laugh than shoot a 300 game, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t own a remarkable resume of accomplishments on the lanes. He’s recorded more than 100 — that’s right — perfect games in his career as well as a boat-load of 800 triples. He once averaged 247 in the high-powered Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League and owns a high triple of 868, to go along with a 1,134 high four-game series.

“I had one season when I posted 15 300 games, 15 800 triples and a couple of 299 games. There are a lot of them where I didn’t fill out the paperwork,” he noted. “I know I’ve exceeded 100 perfect games. I’m challenging my father-in-law to look up all the statistics and see how many I actually have.”

The fun-loving Smith made it clear that once he steps onto on the lanes, he always tries his best, but he never feels any pressure, because he doesn’t take the final results all that seriously.

“I’m really care-free on the lanes,” he said. “When I walk in the door, I want to score, of course. Look, everybody wants to win, but I also want to enjoy myself, and that’s my priority.”

Smith learned how to bowl from his father and got valuable pointers from Chuck Greenwood and the late Cuby Fiorillo. He competed for four years on the Niskayuna High School varsity and then began a couple of decades of competition in some of the best major leagues in the Capital Region.

“I would say I have a versatile style,” he explained. “I can adapt to any lane condition. I can throw it hard if I have to, but in the last 10 years, I’ve learned how to slow it down. I don’t necessarily have to have just one shot to play. I can play the gutter, or I can swing it from end to end.”

Currently, Smith is averaging 236 in the Galaxy league Friday nights at Boulevard Bowl, 236 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic on Tuesday nights, 237 in the Sportsman’s Majors on Monday nights, where he shares a spot on his team with Billy McGaffin Jr., and 233 in the Capital District All Star League Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl. He also fills in occasionally in the Vitalo Classic, also at Sportsman’s Bowl.

“My family comes first,” said Smith, who is married to fellow standout bowler Amy Janetsky-Smith, one of the junior bowling coordinators at Boulevard Bowl. “If I do bowl in a tournament, it’s usually a fund-raiser like the Blizzard Bowl. If I win something I’ll usually donate half of my bracket money back to the charity. I like charity events. I’m a people person, and I enjoy being around people. I can sit there and be quiet, not saying a word sometimes, but I’m still enjoying being around people and having fun.”

What about the unbelievable amount of honor scores he’s already recorded?

“You’ve got some great young bowlers, like Billy McGaffin Jr., who will surpass all those numbers if he keeps going,” Smith said. “There are a lot of great bowlers in the area right now.”

Smith said he appreciates having a job that also happens to be his favorite hobby that he loves so much.

“I want to thank the Scaccia family at Boulevard Bowl. Without them, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” he said.

Scaccia, Boulevard Bowl’s proprietor, respects Smith’s talents and personality.

“He’s capable of doing anything in the bowling center. He’s an excellent mechanic and a good people person, a wonderful guy,” praised Scaccia. “He used to take it more seriously, but he’s a very strong guy with an extremely strong roll on the bowling ball. B.J. reminds me of a guy I used to know at Alpha Lanes called Jerry Roy. He has a tremendous release, and the kid can do anything with a bowling ball. He’s a great employee and a tremendous person.”

STRIKES & SPARES

Veteran lefty senior standout Rich Strath teamed up with Sammy Ventura to finish fifth in the Boonville Baker Doubles over the weekend. He also combined with Joe DeMario to finish third in the high-game competition.

Ron Day rolled his first perfect game in the Macejka’s Edgewood Independent League last Thursday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Speaking of perfect games, Patrick Hyam recorded his second perfect game of the season for the Amsterdam High School boys’ team, coached by area standout Mike Miseno, who also rolled a perfect game for the Rugged Rams when he was a varsity kegler back in the day. Perfect games are relatively rare in the Amsterdam varsity program, and it’s believed that Hyam is the first to toss two in the same scholastic season.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York holds its next singles tournament Sunday at Spare Time-Latham at 9:30 a.m. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Entry fee is $50. Handicap is 100% of 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. There is also a $10 membership fee if not paid already. Contact Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for more information.

Boulevard Bowl will host the Hunter Hanley Memorial Tournament to benefit the Hunter Hanley Memorial Scholarship Fund Jan. 30 at 1:30 p.m. Entry fee is $25 per bowler or $100 per four-person team. Lanes can be sponsored at $100 per lane. Send entries to Sharon Sager, 1138 Spearhead Drive, Scotia, NY 12302. For more information, contact Sager at [email protected]

Revolutions Pro Shop proprietor and former PBA50 Player of the Year Brian LeClair will be the New York team captain for the NY/New Jersey Bowlage Cup, a Ryder Cup-style tournament which this year will also include bowlers from New England. It will be held May 20-22 at East Greenbush Bowling Center and will include a Friday sweeper, the actual Cup competition on Saturday and a Sammy V’s Over/Under doubles tournament on Sunday. Mitch Sacks will be the captain of the New Jersey team, and Bruce Hall will captain the New England team. There will be 15 bowlers per team, and competition will consist of trios, doubles and singles. Contact LeClair for more information on what should be an outstanding event. In order to make the event grow, tournament organizers are looking for local and national sponsorship.

The Uncle Sam Christmas Tournament’s final squad was postponed last Sunday because of icy conditions and will now be held Sunday at 2 p.m. It’s a three-person team event with an entry fee of $30 per bowler. Top prize is $1,200, based on 100 teams. Handicap is 90% of 220, and one in eight teams will cash.

The 45th annual Troy USBC’s 700 Club Tournament is set for Feb. 12 at Hometown Lanes. To be eligible, a bowler must have registered a 700 triple in a Troy USBC league or tournament. Entry fee is $35. The format will be three games of qualifying to determine the eight finalists from each squad for the head-to-head elimination roll-offs. The squads, limited to 72 bowlers in each, will be 10 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. Send checks, made payable to the Troy Bowling Association, and entries to Michael Keegan, 25 Mountainview Ave., Troy, NY, 12180.

The University at Albany women’s basketball team will hold the 2022 Bowling Classic Feb. 6 at APEX Entertainment in Crossgates Mall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fans can sign up as individual bowlers ($50), a team of four ($200) or a non-bowler sponsor ($25 for lunch only). Other sponsorship levels, which include numerous gifts, are also available. The cost includes two games of bowling, food, an awards ceremony, a Bowling Classic T-shirt, giveaways and memento gifts. There will be a silent auction and raffle tickets available for purchase, as well. Contact Amanda Fioravanti at 240-357-5674 or [email protected] for more information.

The Schenectady Women’s Singles Tournament scheduled for last Sunday at Sportsman’s Bowl was postponed because of icy conditions. The Schenectady-Scotia Women’s 500 Club Singles Tournament will be held Jan. 22 at 2 p.m., also at Sportsman’s Bowl. Entry blanks are available at the three Schenectady USBC bowling centers. For more information, contact Ursula Pasquerella.

Andrew Robitaille defeated Alex White 215-193 to win his fourth Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour title last Saturday at Town & Country Lanes. Robitaille earned $325 in scholarships. White earned a $190 scholarship.

The Schenectady USBC Junior Team Tournament will be held Jan. 29-30 at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 12th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues this weekend and runs through Jan. 30. Squads this weekend are Saturday at 2:30 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.

Uncle Sam Lanes is also hosting the Super Bowl Baker Doubles on Feb. 13 at 11 a.m. First place will be $1,000, based on 52 teams. Entry fee is $40 per bowler. Contact Rob Daigneault (518-859-6726) or Darrell Coonrad (518-817-3505) to register.

Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center is also hosting a Scratch Doubles tournament on Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. The format will be five games of qualifying across 10 lanes. One in five teams advance to the bracket finals. Entry fee is $180 per team. First place will be $2,000, based on 50 entries. For reservations, contact Tom Earl at 518-763-2734, or visit the event’s Facebook page.

Hilltop Bowl’s second annual King of the Hill Tournament will be held Jan. 29 at 1 p.m. The format will be five scratch games to qualify for the 16-player match play bracket. Entry fee is $45. First place is $1,000, based on 50 entries. Call John Rosario (518-912-6179) for more information.

The annual Schenectady USBC Open Tournament runs 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.

The Albany Bowling Senate’s Trio Tournament will be held at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls on Feb. 26, Entry fee will be $105 per team, but if you pay before Jan. 22, the cost will only be $90 per team. There will be $10 optional handicap and optional scratch jackpots. Membership in the TNBA is required. First place will be $1,500, base on 80 entries. Squad times will be 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. There will be a 690 team average cap, and handicap will be 90% of 230. Call Robert Danzy (518-507-2218) for more information.

Town & Country will host its second annual Baker Doubles Tournament on Jan. 22, Jan. 29 and Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. and also on Jan. 23, Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Entry fee will be $60 per team, and after you bowl one squad you will get $5 off your next entry. First place will be $1,000 based on 100 teams. The format will be a six-game sweeper on three pairs. One in eight teams will cash. Handicap will be 90% of 220 (team average will determine the handicap). Call 518-456-1113 for reservations.

MAJOR BOWLING

Matt Kallner posted a perfect game during a 793 triple, Joe VanDerLinden hammered a 289-784, Mark Kuhlkin delivered a 268-781 and both Bryan Kelley and Jeff Young also tossed 300 games in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Billy McGaffin Jr. hammered a 279-759, and Brian French drilled a 255-749 to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Ryan Karabin ripped a 279-1,013 four-game series, and John Mecca rolled a 300 game, his second in a couple of weeks, en route to a 1,010 to pace the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Chris Fawcett hammered a 289-1,084 four-game series, Liz Kuhlkin fired a 279-1,072, Scott Rogers pounded a pair of 279s in a 1,052, Zach Porter delivered a 1,051, Ryan Karabin shot a 297-1,034, Billy McGaffin Jr. produced a 290-1,029 and Joe VanDerLinden tossed a 269-1,028 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Towne Bowling Academy 5-1, Sindoni Sausage 5-1, Broadway Lanes 5-1, 20 North 5-1, Boulevard Bowl 5-1, ABS 4-2, Falvey Real Estate 4-2, J & F Lawn Care 4-2, Rollerama 4-2, DeCrescente Distributing 3-3, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 3-3, D.A. Parisi & Co. 3-3, Down’s Roofing 2-4, Mastrioanni Food 2-4, Broadway Lunch 2-4, TSS Printing & Awards 1-5, Kristel Mechanic 1-5, KKV Recovery 1-5, Fogg’s Automotive 1-5, Palazzo Ristorante 0-6.

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Match summaries

DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 268-248-221 — 737, Mark Kuhlkin 248-268-265 — 781, Scott Rogers 256-268-248 — 772, Liz Kuhlkin 238-222-193 — 653. Totals: 1,010-1,006-927 — 2,943.

Palazzo Ristorante (0)

Cassius Boyd 181-211-239 — 631, Karrie Blake 190-176-176 — 542, Eric Quinlivan 244-166-232 — 642, Marc Fowler 289-226-234 — 749. Totals: 904-779-881 — 2,564.

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J & F Lawn Care (3)

Joe DeVellis 246-235-216 — 697, Steve Hallenbeck 226-223-235 — 684, Nick Stricos 235-228-263 — 726, R.J. Martinez 226-220-207 — 653. Totals: 933-906-921 — 2,760.

KKV Recovery (0)

Nick DiCerbo 218-185-224 — 627, Kara Struffolino 222-237-198 — 657, Vinny Struffolino 228-193-213 — 634, Ronnie Zadrozny 213-194-199 — 606. Totals: 881-809-834 — 2,524.

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TSS Printing & Awards (0)

Paul Dumas 243-211-205 — 659, Dwayne Coonradt 244-196-194 — 634, Jim Geiger 248-202-242 — 692, Steve Wagoner 205-209-248 — 662. Totals: 9409-818-889 — 2,647.

20 North (3)

Tommy Donato 270-238-215 — 723, Kenny Livengood 266-215-253 — 734, Joe Byrnes 226-214-237 — 677, Chris Radliff 279-202-223 — 704. Totals: 1,041-869-928 — 2, 838.

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Down’s Roofing (1)

Bryan Admire (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Nick Barnes (absent) 190-190-190 — 570,, Ryan Karabin 217-248-264 — 729, Billy Wigand 214-279-188 — 681. Totals: 811-907-832 — 2,550.

Sindoni Sausage (2)

Scott Chastenay 215-161-199 — 575, Mike DiCerbo 166-183-244 — 593, Rich Strath 215-259-179 — 653, Joe VanDerLinden 289-227-268 — 784. Totals: 885-830-890 — 2,605.

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Broadway Lanes (2)

Roy Vanderbogart 257-199-171 — 627, John Pancake 238-268-215 — 721, Eric Stangle 179-213-198 — 590, Justin Barcomb 266-259-213 — 738. Totals: 940-939-797 — 2,676.

Fogg’s Automotive (1)

Eric McDowell 191-245-233 — 669, James Carpenter 206-214-213 — 633, Jackie Malone 151-174-212 — 537, Bob Evans 227-207-176 — 610. Totals: 775-840-834 — 2,449.

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Broadway Lunch (0)

Jenn Schissler 217-277-190 — 684, Chuck Schissler 205-163-210 — 578, Joe Vanduro (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Gabe Criscuolo 170-236-223 — 629. Totals: 782-866-813 — 2,461.

Boulevard Bowl (3)

P.J. Derenzo 205-246-245 — 696, Ron Williams 236-240-244 — 720, Ken Wilkins 234-215-204 — 653, Derek Foti 172-226-226 — 624. Totals: 847-927-919 — 2,693.

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Kristel Mechanic (1)

Ed White 221-194-171 — 586, Mel Kristel 178-201-195 — 574, Bryan Kelley 236-300-227 — 763, Jeff Whitehouse 244-226-245 — 715. Totals: 879-921-838 — 2,638.

Mastrioanni Food (2)

Chad Propper 211-290-245 — 746, Bob Messick 267-225-215 — 707, Chris Allen 224-245-214 — 683, Mike Nolan 196-144-188 — 528. Totals: 898-904-862 — 2,664.

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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (1)

Ed Gumm 235-188-221 — 644, Chip Tashjian 192-167-193 — 552, Brad Lawyer 215-248-243 — 706 ,Jody Becker 288-237-214 — 739. Totals: 930-840-871 — 2,641.

Towne Bowling Academy (2)

Tom Earl 269-231-202 — 702, Tony Palumbo 183-257-182 — 622, Marty Capullo Jr. 234-236-219 — 689, Debbie Capullo 264-278-216 — 758. Totals: 950-1,002-819 — 2,771.

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Falvey Real Estate (1)

Dan Auricchio 243-202-256 — 701, Lee Aiezza 247-195-238 — 680, Jeff Young 203-300-209 — 712, Ron Unser 215-248-195 — 658. Totals: 909-945-898 — 2,751.

ABS (2)

Matt Kallner 300-269-224 — 793, Jordan Byrnes 195-227-173 — 595, Jeff Kallner 233-227-247 — 707, Matt Fazzone 249-194-259 — 702. Totals: 977-917-903 — 2,797.

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D.A. Parisi & Co (2)

Zach Strachan (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Kyle Wilkins 190-222-233 — 645, Stephen Alexander 237-201-225 — 663, Jeremy Clute 264-227-214 — 705. Totals: 881-840-862 — 2,583.

Rollerama (1)

Ron Paradiso 225-249-211 — 685, Brandon Wolf 202-181-197 — 580, Dan Rotter 225-217-211 — 653, Ken LaBelle Jr. 225-245-195 — 665. Totals: 877-892-814 — 2,583.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

D.A. Parisi & Co. 9-1, Down’s Roofing 7.5-2.5 Boulevard Bowl 6-4, Masons Automotive 6-4, MBM Motorsports 5-5, Kalpro 3-7, Derenzo’s Tax Service 2-8, Team 8 1.5-8.5.

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Match summaries

Team 8 (0)

No one bowled.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (4)

John Mecca 235-238-237-300 — 1,010, Jeff Williams 155-191-204-234 — 784, Ken Wilkins 141-211-184-220 — 756. Totals: 531-640-625-754 — 2,550.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (2)

P.J. Derenzo 185-196-213-219 — 813, Zach Gravell 235-237-215-237 — 924, Stephen Alexander 227-235-217-213 — 892. Totals: 647-668-645-669 — 2,629.

Down’s Roofing (3)

Zach Strachan 278-258-207-255 — 998, Afwaz Khan 238-222-177-151 — 788, Ryan Karabin 279-236-255-243 — 1,013. Totals: 795-716-639-649 — 2,799.

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Boulevard Bowl (3)

Michael Scaccia 197-225-223-207 — 852, Brian Hart 206-210-278-228 — 922, Derek Foti 279-225-182-247 — 933. Totals: 682-660-683-682 — 2,707.

Kalpro (2)

Keith Lawyer 225-242-210-225 — 902, Kyle Wilkins 257-228-244-216 — 945, Joe Carusone 227-207-203-191 — 828. Totals: 709-677-657-632 — 2,675.

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Masons Automotive (2)

Mark Hansen 237-238-174-177 — 826, Robin Fredenburgh 158-228-195-212 — 793, B.J. Smith Jr. 238-233-235-226 — 932. Totals: 633-699-604-615 — 2,551.

MBM Motorsports (3)

Zach Mecca 227-190-204-192 — 813, Tony Bianchi 212-185-205-235 — 837, Tom Girard 215-162-216-201 — 794. Totals: 654-537-625-628 — 2,444.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 8-0, Rollin’ Smoke BBA 8-0, VanBuren Enterprises 7-1, G & Dz Pizza 6-2, Universal Auto Parts 5-3, Precision Floors 5-3, Metroland Photo 4-4, The Appliance Specialist 4-4, Bob’s Pro Shop 3-5, St. John Stone & Concrete 2-6, Mike’s Hot Dogs 2-6, Café One-Eleven 1-7, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 1-7, I.D.I.D. 0-8.

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Match summaries

Bob’s Pro Shop (0)

Fred McMahon 226-217-238 — 681, Earl Lawrence Jr. 176-225-201 — 602, Bob Tedesco Jr. 217-194-218 — 629, Mike Smith 206-213-185 — 604. Totals: 825-849-842 — 2,516.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (4)

Melissa Bogholtz 167-200-212 — 579, Bill Carl 223-187-180 — 590, Zach Bogholtz 259-256-215 — 730, B.J. Rucinski Jr. 234-248-247 — 729. Totals: 883-891-854 — 2,628.

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I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 221-265-208 — 694, Joe Gordon 174-190-177 — 541, Jim Valentino 147-178-202 — 527, A.J. Perone 180-201-204 — 585. Totals: 722-834-791 — 2,347.

Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 225-227-256 — 708, Dave Bingham (absent) 200-200-200 — 600, John Musto Jr. 227-245-238 — 710, Jamie Diamond 215-229-238 — 682. Totals: 867-901-932 — 2,700.

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Café One-Eleven (0)

Joe DiBiase 212-205-179 — 596, Rob Mengel 258-245-160 — 663, Cory Buckley 226-206-235 — 667, Tyler Mochrie 228-225-188 — 641. Totals: 924-881-762 — 2,567.

VanBuren Enterprises (4)

Art Van Buren 238-221-248 — 707, Rich Manzer Jr. 224-225-185 — 634, Brian French 255-247-247 — 749, Terry Ray 224-238-197 — 659. Totals: 941-931-877 — 2,749.

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Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 179-201-193 — 573, Steve Renzi 203-237-238 — 678, Mike Gallitelli 212-217-203 — 632, Billy McGaffin Jr. 279-256-224 — 759. Totals: 873-911-858 — 2,642.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 228-183-178 — 589, Tammy Sader 203-234-265 — 702, Rich Rogaski 214-201-218 — 633, Dean Halpin 203-268-219 — 690. Totals; 848-886-880 — 2,614.

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Precision Floors (2)

Mike Guidarelli 268-239-228 — 735, Cliff Ruth 222-201-221 — 644, Mike Piotrowski 225-234-195 — 654 Tom Siatkowski 235-244-238 — 717. Totals: 950-918-882 — 2,750.

G & Dz Pizza (2)

Jason Deitz 2190-235-214 — 659, Matt Hitchcock 216-218-205 — 639, Mike Voss 236-257-246 — 739 Rich Ellis 199-257-222 — 678. Totals: 861-967-887 — 2,715.

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The Appliance Specialist (4)

Mike Liberatore 259-278-204 — 741, Steve Fawcett 199-171-181 — 551, Brandon Sheridon 214-236-195 — 645, Chris Fawcett 213-247-259 — 719. Totals: 885-932-839 — 2,656.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Anthony Clay 186-213-192 — 591, Amy Matchen (absent) 187-187-187 — 561, Jackielynn Noble 237-191-145 — 573, Jim Petronis 214-202-202 — 618. Totals: 824-793-726 — 2,343.

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St. John Stone & Concrete (2)

Mike Isabella Jr. 223-173-196 — 592, Andrew D’Aurizio 224-214-203 — 641, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 257-224-226 — 707, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 258-217-217 — 692. Totals: 962-828-842 — 2,632.

Universal Auto Parts (2)

Andy Smith 268-226-151 — 645, Bill Heaphy III 203-279-229 — 711, Chris Fedden 237-205-224 — 666, Chris Smith 209-181-229 — 619. Totals: 917-891-833 — 2,641.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Pete’s Auto 49.5-10.5, Sindoni Sausage 48-12, Sportsman’s Bowl 43-17, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 41-19, Towne Bowling Academy 40-20, Rogers Motorsports 39-21, Rotterdam Vet Hospital 35-25, TSS Printing & Awards 32-28, Never Enough Performance 31.5-28.5, Broadway Lunch 31-29, 15 Church 31-29, T.J. Bell Environmental 30.5-29.5, Loyal Nutrition 29-31, Hicks Strong 27-33, Team 8 21.5-38.5, Barbecue Recreation 19.5-40.5, A-Plus Heating 19-41, Revolutions Pro Shop 12-48, GPC 12-48, Next Level Detailing 8.5-51.5.

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Match summaries

Broadway Lunch (9)

Renee Earl 212-167-211-194 — 784, Tom Earl 218-259-195-235 — 907. Totals: 471-467-447-470 — 1,855.

Sportsman’s Bowl (11)

Erika Poje 148-171-190-244 — 753, Billy McGaffin Jr. 257-235-247-290 — 1,029. Totals: 429-430-461-558 — 1,878.

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Next Level Detailing (1.5)

Kim Swiatocha 206-183-189-183 — 761, Matt Swiatocha 259-223-234-190 — 906. Totals: 487-428-445-395 — 1,755.

T.J. Bell Enviro (18.5)

Catie Bell 201-209-215-196 — 821, Michael Pierce 256-215-223-224 — 918. Totals: 505-472-486-468 — 1,931.

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Sindoni Sausage (15)

Liz Kuhlkin 258-279-268-267 — 1,072, Joe VanDerLinden 247-269-245-267 — 1 ,028. Totals: 509-552-517-538 — 2,116.

Hicks Strong (5)

Victoria Shufelt 203-185-238-192 — 818, Zach Porter 278-224-224-265 — 991. Totals: 517-445-498-493 — 1,953.

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TSS Printing & Awards (11)

Jackie Malone 255-245-211-236 — 947, Paul Dumas 258-219-225-199 — 901. Totals: 539-490-462-461 — 1,952.

GPC (9)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 180-208-187-170 — 745, Gabe Criscuolo 235-235-218-194 — 882. Totals: 486-514-476-435 — 1,911.

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Team 8 (12.5)

Ursula Pasquerella 170-194-245-201 — 810, Bill Nolan 234-200-212-227 — 873. Totals: 465-455-518-489 — 1,927.

Barbecue Recreation (7.5)

Kaitlyn Barnes (absent) 200-200-200-200 — 800, Ryan Karabin 246-297-235-256 — 1,034. Totals: 469-520-458-479 — 1,834.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (4)

Lindsey McPhail 172-196-215-278 — 861, Don Herrington 258-226-227-191 — 902. Totals: 442-434-454-481 — 1,811.

Rogers Motorsports (16)

Kelly Chrzanowski 179-223-203-192 — 797, Tom Rogers 237-220-223-245 — 925. Totals: 459-486-469-480 — 1,894.

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A-Plus (9)

Michelle Largeteau 117-141-123-120 — 501, Tony Pasquerella 177-179-171-239 — 766. Totals: 414-440-414-479 — 1,747.

Loyal Nutrition (11)

Amber Dominic 168-152-153-149 — 622, Scott Rogers 279-236-279-258 — 1,052. Totals: 475-416-460-435 — 1,786.

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Never Enough Performance (5.5)

Kate Clark 204-218-244-242 — 908, Dave McLear 206-245-214-246 — 911. Totals: 445-498-493-523 — 1,959.

Pete’s Auto (14.5)

Jenn Schissler 213-258-241-247 — 959, Chuckie Schissler 221-204-215-234 — 874. Totals: 475-503-497-522 — 1,997.

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Rotterdam Vet Hospital (9)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 193-212-235-216 — 856, John Askew 225-258-182-257 — 952. Totals: 453-505-452-508 — 1,918.

15 Church (11)

Aliyah Liberatore 246-278-211-207 — 942, Ben Empie 193-212-173-216 — 794. Totals: 502-553-447-486 — 1,988.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (13)

Cheyanne McPhail 230-225-194-232 — 881, Chris Fawcett 279-266-246-289 — 1,080. Totals: 526-508-457-538 — 2,029.

Towne Bowling Academy (7)

Debbie Capullo 280-257-203-256 — 996, Ryan Gahan 223-279-206-258 — 966. Totals: 518-551-242-529 — 2,022.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected]

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