In the Pocket: Columbia grad Bogholtz wants to be on PBA Tour

Zachary Bogholtz is one of the top two-handers in the Capital Region.
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Zachary Bogholtz is one of the top two-handers in the Capital Region.

Keep an eye on Zachary Lewis Bogholtz, one of the next generation of young, exciting and extremely powerful two-handed bowling standouts.

Bogholtz, a Columbia High School graduate, owns one of the best junior bowling resumes in Capital Region history and now is looking to someday join the PBA Tour. He has a lot of work to do in order to make his career goal a reality, but the physical talents are definitely there for this 18-year-old potential star who is obsessed with the game.

“When he’s on, the pins scatter and dance,” said Bill Neumann, Bogholtz’s former coach at Columbia, the Section II bowling co-coordinator and a PBA50 regional pro. “He’s an unbelievably talented player. When the maturity comes, and he can learn to grind out something when he’s struggling, he will be even better.”

Bogholtz showed a glimpse of his abilities last weekend when he recorded a career-best 841 triple to take over the singles lead in the 12th annual Team Handicap Tournament at Towne Bowling Academy, which has drawn an elite field from all over the Capital Region and the Northeast every weekend for the last two months. Using a Columbia Power Torq, he fired a 300 game, a 262 and a 279 to beat his former career high by 26 pins.

“I started using a two-handed release even before Belmo,” said Bogholtz, referring to Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte, the PBA Tour’s all-time leader in major victories with 12. “I started bowling in a league when I was just 4-years-old, using two hands. When I was 8, I switched back to being a one-hander, but then when I was 13-14 years old, I went back to being a two-hander and immediately averaged 223, so I stuck with it.”

Bogholtz already has plenty of awards and achievements in his brief bowling career. He’s won seven titles in the Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour and was named the CDYST Bowler of the Year two years ago after dominating with four victories. Including unofficial or unsanctioned events, he already has 20 perfect games and 10 800 triples. He once finished 96th out of 1,100 bowlers in the national Junior Gold tournament, shooting a clutch 940 four-game series the last day to make the cut.

His high school career was also outstanding, despite being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“My freshman year, I averaged about 212 or 213, and the year after that, I averaged 217-218,” said Bogholtz, who also has an up-and-coming younger brother named Tyler as part of a very talented bowling family. “Then I averaged 223 my third year. But then, all of a sudden, I had a tremendous season, averaging 240 with six triples over 750 and three perfect games.”

That phenomenal performance was last season, when high school bowlers were forced to compete virtually against other schools.

“Zachary really had a great season,” Neumann said. “Our house at East Greenbush Bowling Center isn’t considered a high-scoring house, but he dominated. I put him on the same pair for every match, and he got used to that pair. He creates so much area with his revs and his speed. It’s the nature of the game. He’s got a ton of talent. When he’s good, he’s really good. When he’s not good, he can get a little frustrated.”

Bogholtz is currently bowling in three adult leagues. He’s averaging about 230 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl, and he’s averaging 227 at Hometown Lanes. He’s a substitute Friday nights at Saratoga Strike Zone and is averaging 226.

“Right now, I’m trying to bowl in as many tournaments as I can in preparation for the PBA regional tour,” said Bogholtz, who bowled briefly collegiately for Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa. “I finished fourth in the New Year’s Day Tournament at Kingpin’s Alley, and I bowled pretty well in my first-ever regional back in November. This weekend, I might try to bowl in the Team Handicap Tournament again at Towne Bowling Academy, or I might try the King of the Hill Tournament at Hilltop Bowl.

“I think my physical game is my strongest skill. I can roll the ball with a range between 15-20 miles per hour. But I’ve got to work on my mental game. Sometimes, I would get drained mentally if something didn’t work out. If I had a bad shot, I’d fall apart with my game, but now I’m doing better with that. The toughest oil patterns for me to bowl on are the flat ones, where you can’t swing the ball or tug it and you have to be very accurate. You have to hit your mark consistently.

“My main goal is going pro on the national tour.”

STRIKES & SPARES

Clifton Park lefty Pete Dougherty recorded his 10th career perfect game during a 769 triple in the Daily Gazette league Tuesday at Sportsman’s Bowl.

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour returns Feb. 5 at 12:30 p.m. at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy.

The 12th annual Towne Bowling Academy Team Handicap Tournament concludes Saturday and Sunday with two squads each day. Top prize will be $4,000. Entry fee is $160 per team. Call 518-355-3939 for reservations.

Town & Country Lanes hosts the next Amateur Bowlers Association of New York singles tournament Feb. 20 at 9:30 a.m. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Call Jim Burton (518-209-4748) for reservations.

Winners of the recent Schenectady/Scotia Women’s Handicap Senior Singles Tournament are Marianne Hogle (738, AA Division), Rosemary Miller (722, A Division), Mariann Nagy (719, B Division), Kim Wilson (656, C Division), Cheryl Dalton (626 D Division) and Laurie LaDuke (669 E Division).

High school bowling sectionals begin Feb. 10 with the girls’ sectionals and continue Feb. 11 with the boys’ Class C event. The boys’ Class A tournament is set for Feb. 14, and the boys’ Class B event will be held Feb. 15. All the sectionals are scheduled for Boulevard Bowl.

Boulevard Bowl will also host the Hunter Hanley Memorial Tournament to benefit the Hunter Hanley Memorial Scholarship Fund Sunday 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. For more information, contact Sharon Sager at [email protected]

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, N.Y., 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 (240-357-5674) or [email protected] for more information.

The Schenectady USBC Junior Team Tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday at Sportsman’s Bowl.

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 (518-763-2734), or visit the event’s Facebook page.

Hilltop Bowl’s second annual King of the Hill Tournament will be held Saturday 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 Saturday, 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, based 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’s second annual Baker Doubles Tournament will be held over the next couple of weekends. 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.

East Greenbush Bowling Center hosts the Albany USBC Trios Tournament Feb. 5 (noon and 3 p.m.), Feb. 9 (9 p.m.) and Feb. 13 (10 a.m. and 1 p.m.). Handicap is 100% of 720 and first place will be $1,500, based on 60 teams. Entry fee is $105 per team. There is a sanction fee of $8 if not a member of the Albany USBC. Call Bill Neumann (518-477-8967) for more information.

Tammy Turner of West Palm Beach, Florida has been elected to the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in the superior performance category. Turner, 51, was the 1994 PWBA Rookie of the Year and won four PWBA titles, including the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open. She was second in the 1996 USBC Queens. She left the PWBA Tour for good in 2002 but still collected more than a dozen top-10 finishes and two Classic Team titles at the USBC Women’s Championships.

The PBA Tour will no longer allow wrist supports with restrictive materials such as steel or plastic beginning Jan. 1, 2023. The rule doesn’t apply to the PBA50 Tour or to PBA Regional competition. It also doesn’t apply to the PBA50 or PWBA members who compete in doubles or team events with PBA players.

MAJOR BOWLING

Scott Chastenay (279-790), Liz Kuhlkin (279-780) and Dan Auricchio (279-779) topped the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Fawcett delivered 247-729, Bill Heaphy III tossed a 259-720 and Andy Smith shot a 255-712 in the Sportsman’s Majors Night at Sportsman’s Bowl. Tony Fernandez recorded a perfect game.

Ryan Karabin slammed a 290-1,047 four-game series, B.J. Smith ripped a 265-1,001 and Afwaz Khan rolled his first career 300 game en route to a 973 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

In the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy, Billy McGaffin Jr. cranked out games of 300 and 299 en route to a 1,087 four-game series, and Kuhlkin fired a 279-1,017.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Towne Bowling Academy 10-2, J & F Lawn Care 10-2, Sindoni Sausage 9-3, Broadway Lanes 9-3, Rollerama 8-4, DeCrescente Distributing 7-5, Falvey Real Estate 7-5, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 7-5, Boulevard Bowl 7-5, ABS 6-6, Down’s Roofing 6-6, TSS Printing & Awards 6-6, 20 North 5-7, Mastrioanni Food 5-7, Broadway Lunch 4-8, D.A. Parisi & Co. 4-8, Palazzo Ristorante 3-9, Kristel Mechanic 3-9, KKV Recovery 2-10, Fogg’s Automotive 2-10.

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Match summaries

KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 229-222-168 — 619, Kara Struffolino 191-173-256 — 620, Eric Morrett 214-225-202 — 641, Ronnie Zadrozny 208-216-246 — 670. Totals: 842-836-872 — 2,550.

Broadway Lanes (2)

Jenn Schissler 214-223-146 — 583, Chuck Schissler 235-188-214 — 637, Craig Taylor 239-258-202 — 699, Gabe Criscuolo 218-229-215 — 662. Totals: 906-898-777 — 2,581.

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ABS (1)

Matt Kallner 268-189-234 — 691, Jordan Byrnes 235-216-231 — 682, Jeff Kallner 267-219-233 — 719, Matt Fazzone 266-242-209 — 717. Totals: 1,036-866-907 — 2,809.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 202-192-235 — 629, Matt Kuhlkin 195-236-235 — 666, Scott Rogers 256-235-212 — 703, Liz Kuhlkin 236-265-279 — 780. Totals: 889-928-961 — 2,778.

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Boulevard Bowl {1)

P.J. Derenzo 218-221-258 — 697, John Mecca 183-199-225 — 607, Ken Wilkins 220-199-210 — 629, Ron Williams 176-255-179 — 610. Totals: 797-874-872 — 2,543.

Mastrioanni Food (2)

Chad Propper 276-248-236 — 760, Bob Messick 226-228-170 — 624, Chris Allen 234-258-246 — 738, Mike Nolan 162-147-161 — 470. Totals: 898-881-813 — 2,592.

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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (2)

Ed Gumm 290-252-171 — 713, Chip Tashjian 183-226-254 — 663, Brad Lawyer 227-225-255 — 707, Jody Becker 238-234-191 — 663. Totals: 938-937-871 — 2,746.

Rollerama (1)

Ron Paradiso 248-225-194 — 667, Brandon Wolf 224-191-212 — 627, Dan Rotter 189-227-225 — 641, Ken LaBelle Jr. 243-226-259 — 728. Totals: 904-869-890 — 2,663.

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Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 244-220-192 — 656, Lindsey McPhail 269-248-220 — 737, Marty Capullo Jr. 258-233-221 — 712, Debbie Capullo 257-214-237 — 708. Totals : 1,028-915-870 — 2,813.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

Zach Strachan 216-234-258 — 708, Kyle Wilkins 195-166-176 — 537, Stephen Alexander 257-230-193 — 680, Jeremy Clute 238-157-206 — 601. Totals: 906-787-833 — 2,526.

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Kristel Mechanic (0)

Ed White 242-193-197 — 632, Mel Kristel 206-235-234 — 675, Bryan Kelley 217-212-212 — 641, Jeff Whitehouse 227-256-208 — 691. Totals: 892-896-851 — 2,639.

J & F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 223-267-245 — 735, Steve Hallenbeck 242-196-217 — 655, Nick Stricos 252-193-221 — 666, R.J. Martinez 258-244-217 — 719. Totals: 975-900-900 — 2,775.

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Falvey Real Estate (3)

Dan Auricchio 279-221-279 — 779, Lee Aiezza 258-258-256 — 772, Jeff Young 253-226-237 — 716, Ron Unser 249-222-201 — 672. Totals: 1,039-927-973 — 2,939.

20 North (0)

Tommy Donato 219-212-164 — 595, Kenny Livengood 255-233-228 — 716, Joe Byrnes 237-209-174 — 620, Chris Radliff 266-207-244 — 717. Totals: 977-861-810 — 2,648.

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Down’s Roofing (2)

Bryan Admire 258-195-242 — 695, Nick Barnes 168-237-237 — 642, Ryan Karabin 256-202-224 — 682, Billy Wigand 245-220-263 — 728. Totals: 927-854-966 — 2,747.

Broadway Lanes (1)

Roy Vanderbogart 192-238-169 — 599, John Pancake 226-279-200 — 705, Eric Stangle 228-224-268 — 720, Justin Barcomb 230-223-255 — 708. Totals: 876-964-892 — 2,732.

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TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Paul Dumas 253-212-247 — 712, Dwayne Coonradt 174-213-211 — 598, Jim Geiger 246-267-248 — 761, Steve Wagoner 245-258-215 — 718. Totals: 918-950-921 — 2,789.

Palazzo Ristorante (1)

Cassius Boyd 278-258-215 — 751, Karrie Blake 242-183-189 — 614, Eric Quinlivan 154-183-243 — 580, Marc Fowler 227-228-279 — 734. Totals: 901-852-926 — 2,679.

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Sindoni Sausage (3)

Scott Chastenay 279-256-255 — 790, Mike DiCerbo 221-199-224 — 644, Rich Strath 208-215-247 — 670, Joe VanDerLinden 193-203-223 — 619. Totals: 901-873-949 — 2,723.

Fogg’s Automotive (0)

Eric McDowell 247-216-244 — 707, James Carpenter (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Jackie Malone 217-196-233 — 646, Bob Evans 189-185-197 — 571. Totals: 843-787-864 — 2,494.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 14-2, Precision Floors 13-3, Universal Auto Parts 12-4, VanBuren Enterprises 12-4, Metroland Photo 11-5, St. John Stone & Concrete 9-7, G & Dz Pizza 9-7, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 8-8, Mike’s Hot Dogs 7-9, Bob’s Pro Shop 6-10, The Appliance Specialist 4-12, Café One-Eleven 3-13, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 3-13, I.D.I.D. 1-15.

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Match summaries

Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 242-228-196 — 666, Rob Mengel 203-218-192 — 613, Cory Buckley 243-210-227 — 680, Tyler Mochrie 234-202-226 — 662. Totals: 922-858-841 — 2,621.

G & Dz Pizza (3)

Jason Palmer 219-22-258 — 704, Matt Hitchcock 217-243-189 — 649, Mike Piotrowski 201-239-224 — 664, Rich Ellis 235-249-199 — 683. Totals: 872-958-870 — 2,700.

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Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 176-202-235 — 613, Steve Renzi 201-213-224 — 638, Mike Gallitelli 216-226-257 — 699, Billy McGaffin Jr. 182-268-227 — 677. Totals: 775-909-943 — 2,627.

VanBuren Enterprises (1)

Art Van Buren 196-214-191 — 601, Rich Manzer Jr. 157-245-219 — 621, Brian French 238-212-258 — 708, Terry Ray 150-239-236 — 625. Totals: 741-910-904 — 2,555.

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I.D.I.D. (1)

Tony Fernandez 205-300-182 — 687, Joe Gordon 143-168-157 — 468, Jim Valentino 176-161-158 — 495, A.J. Perone 197-212-230 — 639. Totals: 721-841-727 — 2,289.

Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

Fred McMahon 205-185-223 — 613, Earl Lawrence Jr. 193-223-211 — 627, Mike Smith 171-210-202 — 583. Totals: 803-821-863 — 2,487.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (1)

Anthony Clay 155-225-182 — 562, Amy Matchen (absent) 188-188-188 — 564, Jackielynn Noble 247-246-193 — 686, Jim Petronis 221-181-155 — 557. Totals: 811-840-718 — 2,369.

Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 224-213-237 — 674, Dave Bingham 169-237-205 — 611, John Musto Jr. 196-236-218 — 650, Jamie Diamond 214-248-204 — 666. Totals: 803-934-864 — 2,601.

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Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 234-223-255 — 712, Bill Heaphy III 259-221-240 — 720, Chris Fedden 217-194-224 — 635, Chris Smith 227-206-186 — 619. Totals: 937-844-905 — 2,686.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (0)

Melissa Bogholtz 193-244-213 — 650, Bill Carl 267-199-227 — 693, Zach Bogholtz 257-202-249 — 708, Curt Benedetto Sr. 197-191-177 — 565. Totals: 914-836-866 — 2,616.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 182-183-170 — 535, John Leone 226-173-233 — 632, Dean Halpin 214-226-183 — 623, Kevin Palmer 194-233-236 — 663. Totals: 816-815-822 — 2,453.

St. John Stone & Concrete (3)

Mike Isabella Jr. 266-191-202 — 659, Andrew D’Aurizio 199-201-23 — 637, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 178-196-280 — 654, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 159-235-209 — 603. Totals: 802-823-928 — 2,553.

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Precision Floors (4)

Mike Guidarelli 226-202-191 — 619, Jim Bassotti 223-225-257 — 705, Tom Siatkowski 215-259-223 — 697, Matt Swiatocha 226-229-210 — 665. Totals: 890-915-881 — 2,686.

The Appliance Specialist (0)

Mike Liberatore 211-260-189 — 660, Steve Fawcett 191-202-181 — 574, Brandon Sheridon 149-184-187 — 520, Chris Fawcett 245-247-237 — 729. Totals: 796-893-794 — 2,483.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Down’s Roofing 15.5-4.5, Mason’s Automotive 14-6, Boulevard Bowl 13-7, D.A. Parisi & Co. 13-7, MBM Motorsports 10-10, Kalpro 7-13, Derenzo’s Tax Service 6-14, Team 8 1.5-18.5.

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Match summaries

MBM Motorsports (0)

Zach Mecca 181-180-180-229 — 770, Tony Bianchi 278-268-208-213 — 967, Tom Girard 190-174-224-180 — 768. Totals: 649-622-612-622 — 2,505.

Down’s Roofing (5)

Zach Strachan 194-236-225-213 — 868, Afwaz Khan 235-300-233-205 — 973, Ryan Karabin 290-236-256-265 — 1,047. Totals: 719-772-714-683 — 2,888.

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Team 8 (0)

No one bowled.

Boulevard Bowl (5)

Michael Scaccia 191-197-225-217 — 830, Brian Hart 186-248-257-237 — 928, Derek Foti 232-200-266-237 — 935. Totals: 609-645-748-691 — 2,693.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)

P.J. Derenzo 212-213-268-266 — 959, Mark Derenzo 247-231-202-187 — 867, Stephen Alexander 212-194-238-200 — 844. Totals: 671-638-708-653 — 2,670.

Kalpro (2)

Keith Lawyer 215-202-227-268 — 912, Kyle Wilkins 226-191-214-237 — 868, Joe Carusone 245-214-231-189 — 879. Totals: 686-607-672-694 — 2,659.

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Mason’s Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 235-248-242-236 — 961, Robin Fredenburgh 182-178-237-181 — 778, B.J. Smith 248-265-255-233 — 1,001. Totals: 665-691-734-650 — 2,740.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 171-236-174-200 — 781, Jeff Williams 192-244-183-225 — 844, Ken Wilkins 177-252-205-205 — 839. Totals: 540-732-562-630 — 2,464.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Martin Harding & Mazzotti 75-25, Rogers Motorsports 68-32, Sindoni Sausage 67-33, Sportsman’s Bowl 67-33, Towne Bowling Academy 65-35, Rotterdam Vet Hospital 60-40, Pete’s Auto 57.5-42.5, Broadway Lunch 53-47, 15 Church 53-47, TSS Printing & Awards 52-48, Loyal Nutrition 52-48, Hicks Strong 49.5-50.5, Never Enough Performance 46.5-53.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 44.5-55.5, Barbecue Recreation 37.5-62.5, Next Level Detailing 34.5-65.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 32-68, Team 8 31-69, GPC 30-70, A-Plus Heating 25-75.

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Match summaries

T.J. Bell Environmental (13)

Catie Bell 187-191-199-219 — 796, Michael Pierce 203-233-165-169 — 770. Totals: 438-472-412-436 — 1,758.

Revolutions Pro Shop (7)

Lindsey McPhail 146-214-286-245 — 891, Don Herrington 171-184-228-201 — 784. Totals: 330-411-527-459 — 1,727.

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15 Church (14)

Aliyah Liberatore 185-280-242-246 — 953, Lee Quivey 202-183-258-186 — 829. Totals: 441-517-554-486 — 1,998.

Broadway Lunch (6)

Renee Earl 173-227-170-151 — 721, Tom Earl 238-227-227-258 — 950. Totals: 451-494-437-449 — 1,831.

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Rogers Motorsports (14)

Kelly Chrzanowski 201-211-214-226 — 852, Tom Rogers 205-256-243-192 — 896. Totals: 448-509-499-460 — 1,916.

Loyal Nutrition (6)

Amber Dominic 192-183-182-201 — 758, Scott Rogers 269-204-246-239 — 958. Totals: 490-416-457-469 — 1,832.

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Never Enough Performance (14)

Kate Clark 238-217-235-233 — 923, Dave McLear 246-227-267-216 — 956. Totals: 518-478-536-438 — 2,015.

Towne Bowling Academy (6)

Debbie Capullo 235-279-214-225 — 953, Ryan Gahan 203-227-246-248 — 924. Totals: 450-518-472-485 — 1,925.

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Pete’s Auto (5)

Jenn Schissler 247-191-236-234 — 908, Chuckie Schissler 189-181-204-185 — 759. Totals: 475-411-479-458 — 1,823.

Martin Harding & Mazzotti (15)

Cheyanne McPhail 225-254-200-233 — 912, Chris Fawcett 235-204-257-248 — 944. Totals: 476-474-473-497 — 1,920.

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A-Plus Heating (1)

Michelle Largeteau 146-135-136-129 — 546, Tony Pasquerella 148-147-208-177 — 680. Totals: 413-401-463-425 — 1,702.

Next Level Detailing (19)

Kim Swiatocha 225-233-246-204 — 908, Matt Swiatocha 224-231-216-248 — 919. Totals: 473-488-486-476 — 1,923.

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Rotterdam Vet Hospital (16)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 200-225-226-289 — 940, John Askew 245-238-267-235 — 985. Totals: 477-495-525-556 — 2,053.

Hicks Strong (4)

Jessica Aiezza 224-279-205-247 — 955, Zach Porter 192-215-247-202 — 856. Totals: 429-507-465-462 — 1,863.

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TSS Printing & Awards (12)

Jackie Malone 171-218-231-191 — 811, Paul Dumas 224-225-257-226 — 932. Totals: 420-468-513-442 — 1,843.

Team 8 (8)

Ursula Pasquerella 169-198-225-194 — 786, Joe Venduro 215-194-231-214 — 854. Totals: 429-437-501-453 — 1,820.

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Sindoni Sausage (8)

Liz Kuhlkin 242-279-227-269 — 1,017, Joe VanDerLinden 222-194-212-258 — 885. Totals: 466-475-441-529 — 1,911.

Sportsman’s Bowl (12)

Erika Poje 269-181-224-200 — 874, Billy McGaffin Jr. 299-256-300-232 — 1,087. Totals: 593-462-549-457 — 2,061.

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GPC (14)

Elizabeth Crisuolo 191-233-196-192 — 812, Gabe Criscuolo 277-233-202-205 — 917. Totals: 539-537-469-468 — 2,013.

Barbecue Recreation (6)

Kaitlyn Barnes 234-204-233-207 — 878, Nick Barnes 203-222-267-214 — 906. Totals: 476-465-539-460 — 1,940.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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