In the Pocket: Consistency has been key part of Rotterdam resident Sader’s game

Tammy Sader won the Electric City 600 Club Tournament last weekend at Sportsman’s Bowl and has been a consistent competitor in area scratch leagues for 20 years.
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Tammy Sader won the Electric City 600 Club Tournament last weekend at Sportsman’s Bowl and has been a consistent competitor in area scratch leagues for 20 years.

Smooth-rolling Tammy Bidwell Sader is not comfortable being the center of attention, but her consistent bowling performances over the last two decades have elevated the 49-year-old Rotterdam resident into the top tier of area keglers.

Sader strives for perfection in her game, and although she’s low-key in terms of her personality, she is extremely tough on herself. She loves matching her talents against the best scratch players in the region and doesn’t get intimidated.

The MVP Health Care employee currently bowls in just one league – averaging 223 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl, but she previously competed in at least two leagues per week, averaging mostly in the 220s for the last 20 years.

Sader once averaged as high as 233 for part of a season in the Boulevard Summer NFL league and registered a 229 for 124 games in the DV Greco Insurance Women’s Doubles league in the 2011-12 season.

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She previously bowled with her husband, David, and her daughter, Natasha Fazzone, in the Vitalo Classic, and competed for several years in the Capital District All Star League at Sportsman’s Bowl. The City Catholic League, the Newkirk Keglers and the Atomic are also on her resume.

“I’m only bowling once a week now,” Sader noted, “I was bowling with David and Natasha on Saturdays, but David’s work schedule changed when he became a manager and had to work several Saturdays a month. Tasha and I were still going to join the Vitalo, but when she found out she was expecting, we couldn’t be looking for two substitutes every week,” she said.

“I really miss bowling in the Vitalo league with David and Natasha. I miss the competition among the family and the other league members. I miss the people,” she said.

Sader has recorded nine perfect games and three 800 triples to date, with a high of 815. Although she doesn’t bowl in many tournaments, she won the Electric City 600 Club Tournament last weekend at Sportsman’s Bowl with a 720 triple. She recorded a 736 triple in the Schenectady USBC Open Trios Championship at Towne Bowling Academy.

The Carthage native started bowling when she was just 4-years-old when her parents placed her and several siblings in the junior bowling program. “I really enjoyed it a lot right from the start,” she said. “I’ve been bowling ever since, except for maybe one year when I took a year off because I was pregnant with Tasha.”

Sader didn’t bowl in high school because there wasn’t a varsity bowling team at the time, but she became even more serious about her game when she met her husband and moved from Carthage to the Capital Region.

“David really got me more into bowling. I used to throw a back-up bowl,” she explained. “He helped me change my release and get used to a finger-tip ball. We first started bowling in East Greenbush before joining some leagues in Schenectady.”

When Sader was struggling with her game for a bit, she got some help from former PBA50 Player of the Year and Revolutions Pro Shop proprietor Brian LeClair. She seldom struggles these days.

She loves Storm equipment and currently uses a Phase II and a Zen Master, drilled by her son-in-law, Matt Fazzone at Action Bowling Supply.

“I consider myself very competitive,” she said.”I do get a little upset at myself when I don’t do as well as I think I should. I’m a down-and-in bowler, and I try to be consistent.”

“As long as my feet are slow, it makes my timing right on. That’s when I’m the most consistent,” she explained. “As soon as my feet are fast, I can get into trouble. But I’ve noticed lately that my feet are nice and slow, and I’ve been bowling pretty well.”

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When Sader does compete in a rare tournament, it’s usually a charity event, like the annual Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl, but she is looking forward to competing in the NYS Women’s 600 Tournament in Binghamton and to another tournament in Vermont that draws a large contingent from New York headed by Joe “Flash” Gordon.

“Actually, I like watching people compete in tournaments more than I like bowling in them myself,” she said. “I like to watch everybody else, especially Matt.”

Sader said she started out bowling in several women’s leagues when she first moved to the area, but he prefers bowling in men’s leagues now that there are so few scratch leagues for women.

“Back when I first started out in the area, I was OK with bowling in the women’s leagues because I wasn’t that good. Now, I’m more competitive, and I prefer bowling in the men’s scratch leagues,” she said. “There is some great competition in the Sportsman’s Majors with the Diamond brothers [Jay and Jamie], John Musto, Chris Fedden, Billy McGaffin and Chris Smith. That league is pretty packed. It’s a great league, and I was really excited to win three jackpots in the last month.”

Known as an excellent spare shooter, Sader said if there was one tournament she hoped to bowl in someday; it’s the USBC Nationals in Las Vegas.

“Tammy has been bowling competitively for a number of years,” noted longtime Sportsman’s Majors secretary and former Schenectady USBC president Steve Renzi. “She’s extremely competitive, and she takes the game very seriously. Her ability to stay firm with her delivery is an asset. It allows her to be accurate, and in most cases, allows her to score well, even when the lanes transition and become difficult,” he added.

“She does have a very good spare game as well and she’s team player. I am glad she bowls in our Sportsman’s Majors league and I’m hoping she’ll be back on Saturdays, as well.”

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SECTION II AT STATES

Section II will be well represented at the NYS Tournament this weekend at Strike ‘N Spare Lanes in Syracuse. The small schools, the Lansingburgh boys and the Middleburgh girls, roll on Friday (today) at noon, while both the boys’ and girls’ composite all-star teams compete on Saturday (boys at 8 a.m., girls at 2 p.m.). The large schools, Saratoga Springs boys and Mohonasen girls, compete Sunday at 9 a.m.

The Saratoga boys’ team includes senior Brady Jennings (229 average), freshman Macallan Gagne (204), junior Luke Rupp (199), senior Chris Youngs (196), junior Cameron Lehnert (191) and sophomore Jared Jennings (165). The Mohonasen girls’ contingent includes junior Madyson Jones (189 average), eighth-grader Kianna Macapinlac (189), junior Giovanna Fowler (186), senior Katilyn Gaudio (176), eighth-grader Arianna Quinlivan (170), eighth-grader Olivia Struffolino (167), eighth-grader Brianna Matteo (163) and senior Amy-Elizabeth Parody (159).

Junior Aidan Goodwin of Columbia (216 average), junior Kyle Smith of Niskayuna (209), senior Michael Jubie of Catskill (205), senior Ryan Williams of Mechanicville (205), junior Tyler Bogholtz of Columbia (202) and senior Steve Zarub of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (195) are the boys’ composite team members, while the girls’ composite team is made up of junior Olivia DeCitise of Troy (213 average), senior Leigha Henkel of Hoosic Valley (202), sophomore Jocelyn Smith of Glens Falls (198), senior Madison Robbins of Bethlehem (197), junior Amy Chrzanowski of Colonie (190) and sophomore Jen Doty of Columbia (188) .

The Lansingburgh boys’ team includes junior Matt DiGiulio (223 average), junior Lucas Foster (203), freshman Maleek King (199), junior Dan Goldston (196), eighth-grader Braydon Wilkinson (193), junior Alex Metcalfe (191), junior Aaron Mantello (188) and eighth-eighth grader John Lynch (181). Middleburgh’s girls’ squad is comprised of senior Cameryn Schultes (203 average), senior Jaidyn Rose (200), eighth-grader Delilah Shultes (184), senior Danielle Chichester (170), junior Julia Bingham (166), eighth-grader Haley Slater (155), senior Skylar Haney (141) and seventh-grader Corinne Livecchi (120).

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STRIKES & SPARES

Other winners at last weekend’s Electric City 600 Club Tournament at Sportsman’s Bowl were Lisa Wend (598, A Division), Jean Brown (569, B Division), Anne Torak (527, C Division) and Anna Flores (458, D Division).

Mark your calendars for the Schenectady USBC Awards & Hall of Fame Dinner set for June 9 at the Waters Edge Lighthouse. The guest speaker will be PBA regional pro Sam Ventura. Tim Nash, who was elected to the association’s hall of fame last year when the banquet was canceled because of the pandemic, will be celebrated, as will this year’s inductees and tournament winners. Details are being finalized for menu and pricing. For more information, contact Sharon Sager (518-346-3245). There is still time to get the paperwork in for consideration into the hall of fame. The categories are achievement, service and pioneer Contact Chet Ciembroniewicz (518-577-8562) for any questions on nominations.

Volunteers are needed for the 97th annual NYS Open Bowling Championship at Spare Time Latham from April 9 through May 15. Competition will be held on those four weekends with multiple squads each day. Those interested in helping out should contact Carol Judge (518-785-6694).

Phil James defeated Austin Van Buren in the championship match of the annual Town & Country Invitational last weekend. The tournament was a bracketed, double-elimination 64-player event.

Action Bowling Supply pro shop operator Matt Fazzone had a productive weekend, earning a berth in match play at the NYS Masters in Rochester and then finishing third/fourth in the Bud Light Shootout at the 34th annual Super Bud Bowl at Lighthouse Lanes in Oswego before also earning a spot and a double bye in this weekend’s finals.

The next Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York singles tournament will be held March 20 at Sportsman’s Bowl. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Handicap is 100% of 215, with a maximum of 75 pins per game. Entry fee is $35 if paid by Monday or $50 after that. There is a quick turnaround for the next tournament as the A.L.B.A.N.Y.’s “Main Event” follows on April 3 at Spare Time Latham. Half the field earns a cash prize in that special tournament, which also includes a stepladder final for top three bowlers. For more information, contact Jim Burton (518-209-4748).

Qualifying for the 19th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament continues in a quest for the $3,200 top prize. Upcoming qualifiers so far include tonight (Friday) at Starlite Lanes in Gloversville at 9:30 p.m.; Sunday at Spare Time Latham at 9:30  a.m., Monday at Towne Bowling Academy at 9:15 p.m., March 19 at Towne Bowling Academy at 1:30 p.m. and then March 20 at Towne Bowling Academy at 9 a.m. and noon before the semifinals and finals. Call Tommy Donato (518-788-0771) for more information. Entry fee is $70 for most squads.

Towne Bowling Academy is also hosting the Uncle Nick Over/Under Doubles Sweeper March 19 at 1:30 p.m. First place will be $1,600. The format will be a four-game sweeper, total pins. One in four will cash. Call Towne Bowling Academy (518-355-3939) for reservations. One bowler must be 50 years old or older and one must be under 50.

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The extremely popular 27th annual Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl kicks off Sunday and continues with squads on March 20, March 27, April 3 and April 10. All squads start at 11:45 a.m. Entry fee is $100 per four-person team and includes a Continental breakfast a half-hour before each squad. There are brackets and 50/50 drawings each squad. Top prize is $2,000, based on 160 entries. The event, in memory of Jack Scaccia Jr. and Frank DePalma, benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady. Contact Boulevard Bowl (518-374-4171) for more information.

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour resumes March 19 at Sportsman’s Bowl at 1 p.m.

The second annual John Drexel Memorial Doubles Tournament is set for April 3 at Town & Country Lanes. Qualifying squads will be 9 a.m. and noon. First place will be $2,000, and second place will be $1,000. Entry fee is $130 per team. One in six teams advance to the finals off each squad. Call Julie Drexel (518-461-2564) or Anthony Scaccia (518-881-5054) for reservations. Proceeds will help fund the John Drexel Memorial Scholarship.

East Greenbush Bowling Center hosts the 10th annual Albany TNBA Doubles on April 23, April 24, April 30 and May 1 with time squads available at 10 a.m., noon, 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. each day. Entry fee is $64 per team but there are pre-paid special of $54 if you pay before the April 15. Top prize in doubles will be $3,000, based on 300 entries. There are also optional singles and scratch entries for $10 each. Bowlers must be sanctioned by both the TNBA and the USBC. Handicap will be 80% of the difference between  the team average and 440 and based on last season’s highest book average or the season before. Contact Natalie Samuel (518-364-0080) or Robert Danzy (518-507-2218) for more information.

Green Island Lanes will host the 34th annual Charlie Bechard Memorial Senior Tournament. Divisions will be Class A (50-60 years of age), Class B (61-71) and Class C (72 and older). Entry fee is $25 and handicap will be 100% of 220. Maximum handicap is 70 pins per game. Squads are March 16, March 18, March 19, March 21, March 22, March 25, March 26 and March 30, all at 1 p.m. Entries can be turned in at Green Island Lanes, Cohoes Bowl or Uncle Sam Lanes.

MAJOR BOWLING

Ryan Karabin produced games of 288 and 289 during an 800 triple, Joe VanDerLinden slammed a 279-795, Billy Wigand rolled a perfect game during a 792, Rich Strath fired a 268-784 and Justin Barcomb also tossed a 300 game en route to his 773 in a very high-scoring Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League card Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy. There were 25 triples of 703 or better.

Billy McGaffin Jr. hammered games of 278 and 290 during his 783 triple, Mike Guidarelli rolled a 256-757 and Cory Buckley delivered a 254-749 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Karabin connected for a 300 game during a 980 four-game series, P.J. Derenzo put together a 279-976 and Mark Hansen drilled a 247-954 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic at Boulevard Bowl Tuesday night.

VanDerLinden, a Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer, tossed a 279-1,032 four-game series to pace the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Women’s Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Tom Earl rolled a perfect game during his 997 set.

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REIS GROUP

KIM BROWN MEMORIAL

CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Towne Bowling Academy 24-6, Broadway Lanes 23-7, DeCrescente Distributing 20-10, Sindoni Sausage 20-10, Falvey Real Estate 19-11, J & F Lawn Care 19-11, 20 North 17-13, Rollerama 17-13, TSS Printing & Awards 16.5-13.5, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 16.5-13.5, Down’s Roofing 16-14, ABS 15-15, Mastrioanni Food 14-16, Kristel Mechanic 12-18, Boulevard Bowl 11.5-18.5, Palazzo Ristorante 10.5-19.5, Broadway Lunch 9-21, D.A. Parisi & Co. 7-23, Fogg’s Automotive 7-23, KKV Recovery 6-24.

Match summaries

Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (3)

Ed Gumm 186-223-199 – 608, Chip Tashjian 269-242-185 – 696, Brad Lawyer 233-209-244 – 686, Jody Becker 233-256-257 – 746. Totals: 921-930-885 – 2,736.

20 North (0)

Tommy Donato 179-237-232 – 648, Kenny Livengood 289-226-237 – 752, Joel Donato 211-191-187 – 589, Chris Radliff 217-178-199 – 594. Totals: 896-832-855 – 2,583.

Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Tom Earl 225-234-258 – 717, Lindsey McPhail 198-234-218 – 650, Marty Capullo Jr. 214-245-239 – 698, Debbie Capullo 259-267-245 – 771. Totals: 896-880-960 – 2,836.

Broadway Lanes (2)

Roy Vanderbogart 216-266-236 – 718, John Pancake 244-255-237 – 736, Eric Stangle 247-204-212 – 663, Justin Barcomb 225-248-300 – 773. Totals: 932-973-985 – 2,890.

Falvey Real Estate (2)

Dan Auricchio 215-213-237 – 665, Lee Aiezza 209-217-226 – 652, Jeff Young 191-259-253 – 703, Ron Unser 204-194-181 – 579. Totals: 819-883-897 – 2,599.

Broadway Lunch (1)

Jenn Schissler 176-226-185 – 587, Chuck Schissler 268-181-202 – 651, Bill Nolan 203-199-224 – 626, Gabe Criscuolo 189-195-174 – 558. Totals: 836-801-785 – 2,422.

J & F Lawn Care (1)

Jason Brown 248-209-184 – 641, Steve Hallenbeck 278-215-229 – 722, Nick Stricos 183-210-238 – 631 R.J. Martinez 227-221-223 – 671. Totals: 936-855-874 – 2,665.

ABS (2)

Matt Kallner 229-279-247 – 755, Nick Galusha 189-225-235 – 649, Jeff Kallner 244-229-225 – 698, Matt Fazzone 268-259-223 – 750. Totals: 930-992-930 – 2,852.

KKV Recovery (0)

Nick DiCerbo 223-215-195 – 631, Kara Struffolino 277-257-212 – 746, Vinny Struffolino 23-234-220 – 677, Ronnie Zadrozny (absent) 190-190-190 – 570. Totals: 913-894-817 – 2,624.

Down’s Roofing (3)

Bryan Admire 205-195-196 – 596, Nick Barnes 279-229-243 – 751, Ryan Karabin 288-223-289 – 800, Billy Wigand 235-257-300 – 792. Totals: 1,007-904-1,028 – 2,939.

D.A Parisi & Co. (0)

Zach Strachan 216-213-243 – 672, Kyle Wilkins 175-186-159 – 520, Stephen Alexander 202-247-257 – 706, Jeremy Clute 229-205-201 – 635. Totals: 822-851-860 – 2,533.

Sindoni Sausage (3)

Scott Chastenay 254-168-267 – 689, Mike Dicerbo 213-234-225 – 672, Rich Strath 268-258-256 – 784, Joe VanDerLinden 258-279-258- – 795. Totals: 993-939-1,008 – 2,940.

Palazzo Ristorante (1)

Cassius Boyd 196-193-225 – 614, Karrie Blake 246-213-194 – 653, Eric Quinlivan 225-235-177 – 637, Marc Fowler 238-236-150 – 624. Totals: 905-877-746 – 2,528.

Mastrioanni Food (2)

John Askew 217-237-211 – 665, Bob Messick 189-213-264 – 666, Chris Allen 258-235-252 – 745, Mike Nolan 238-231-278 – 747. Totals: 902-916-1,005 – 2,823.

TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Paul Dumas 200-170-199 – 569, Dwayne Coonradt 200-204-203 – 607, Craig Taylor 279-256-247 – 782 Steve Wagoner 244-204-220 – 668. Totals: 923-834-869 – 2,626.

Kristel Mechanic (1)

Jeremy Noble 181-245-224 – 650, Mel Kristel 159-171-190 – 520, Bryan Kelley 225-242-215 – 682, Jeff Whitehouse 219-192-228 – 639. Totals: 784-850-857 – 2,491.

Rollerama (2)

Ron Paradiso 204-196-224 – 624, Brandon Wolf 256-244-219 – 719, Dan Rotter 206-190-211 – 607, Ken LaBelle 299-245-203 – 747. Totals: 965-875-857 – 2,697.

Fogg’s Automotive (1)

Eric McDowell 184-200-233 – 617, Mark Strife 192-206-232 – 630, Jackie Malone 195-235-158 – 588, Bob Evans 211-214-238 – 663. Totals: 782-858-861 – 2,498.

Boulevard Bowl (1)

P.J. Derenzo 236-212-236 – 684, Ken Wilkins 277-223-267 – 767, Mike Scaccia 226-212-182 – 620, Derek Foti 255-169-199 – 623. Totals: 994-816-884 – 2,694.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Jessica Aiezza 248-248-246 – 742, Mark Kuhlkin 221-216-238 – 675, Scott Rogers 248-259-192 – 699, Liz Kuhlkin 258-212-259 – 729. Totals: 975-935-935 – 2,845.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 31.5-8.5, Metroland Photo 29-11, VanBuren Enterprises 28-12, Universal Auto Parts 26-14, Café One-Eleven 25-15, Precision Floors 24.5-15.5, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 19-21, Mike’s Hot Dogs 19-21, St. John Stone & Concrete 18-22, Bob’s Pro Shop 18-22, G & Dz Pizza 16-24, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 12-28, The Appliance Specialist  7-33, I.D.I.D. 7-33.

Match summaries

VanBuren Enterprises (4)

Art Van Buren 258-228-186 – 672, Rich Manzer Jr. 195-216-226 – 637, Alex Bonesteel 248-262-192 – 702, Brian French 223-237-267 – 727. Totals: 924-943-871 – 2,738.

The Appliance Specialist (0)

Mike Liberatore 251-228-233 – 712, Steve Fawcett 172-237-201 – 610, Brandon Sheridan 209-195-163 – 567, Ron Sheridan 222-250-177 – 649. Totals: 854-910-774 – 2,358.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 191-218-219 – 628, Tammy Sader 237-214-217 – 668, Dean Halpin 228-239-181 – 648, Kevin Palmer 215-199-147 – 561. Totals: 871-870-764 – 2,505.

Café One-Eleven (3)

Tyler Mochrie 235-205-222 – 662, Rob Mengel 233-154-184 – 571, Cory Buckley 246-249-254 – 749, Mike Piotrowski 239-211-212 – 662. Totals: 953-819-872 – 2,644.

Bob’s Pro Shop (1)

Fred McMahon 246-279-188 – 713, Earl Lawrence Jr. 182-209-204 – 595, Bob Tedesco Jr. 214-198-204 – 616, Mike Smith 224-225-200 – 649. Totals: 866-911-796 – 2,573.

G & Dz Pizza (3)

Jason Deitz 226-259-224 – 709, Matt Hitchcock 207-268-167 – 642, Mike Voss 205-222-258 – 685, Rich Ellis 222-247-225 – 694. Totals: 860-996-874 – 2,730.

Precision Floors (4)

Mike Guidarelli 256-256-245 – 757, Jim Bissotti 210-214-182 – 606, Tom Siatkowski 264-215-247 – 726, Matt Swiatocha 227-267-234 – 728. Totals: 957-952-908 – 2,817.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Anthony Clay 181-255-175 – 611, Amy Matchen 200-200-212 – 612, Jackielynn Noble 201-194-138 – 533, Lyle Willey 170-191-171 – 532. Totals: 752-840-696 – 2,288.

Muny Grille (2)

Jay Diamond 192-256-207 – 655, Dave Bingham 235-216-224 – 675, John Musto Jr. 210-172-179 – 561, Jamie Diamond 214-226-248 – 688. Totals: 851-870-858 – 2,579.

Universal Auto  Parts (2)

Andy Smith 218-189-277 – 675, Bill Heaphy III 172-234-236 – 642, Chris Fedden 204-202-213 – 619, Chris Smith 227-248-202 – 677. Totals: 821-864-928 – 2,613.

St, John Stone & Concrete (1)

Mike Isabella Jr. 237-233-187 – 657, Andrew D’Aurizio 245-234-149 – 628, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 189-244-224 – 657, Joe D’Aurizio Sr 193-236-203 – 632. Totals: 864-947-763 – 2,574.

Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 198-190-193 – 581, Justin Lansing 228-243-233 – 704, Mike Gallitelli 224-215-278 – 717, Billy McGaffin Jr. 278-290-215 – 783. Totals: 928-938-919 – 2,785.

I.D.I.D. (1)

Cliff Ruth 268-222-174 – 664, Joe Gordon 158-165-215 – 538, Jim Valentino 202-203-179 – 584, A.J. Perone 199-182-214 – 595, .Totals: 827-772-782 – 2,381.

Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (3)

Melissa Bogholtz 247-187-196 – 630, Bill Carl 211-247-137 – 595, Zach Bogholtz 257-202-200 – 659, Kalynn Carl 236-241-167 – 644. Totals: 951-877-700 – 2,528.

FRANK DEPALMA

BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Down’s Roofing 38.5-11.5, Boulevard Bowl 32.5-17.5, Mason’s Automotive 31-19, Kalpro 26-24, Derenzo’s Tax Service 24.5-25.5, MBM Motorsports 24-26, D.A. Parisi & Co. 22-28, Team 8 1.5-48.5.

Match summaries

Down’s Roofing (3)

Zach Strachan 224-237-228-192 – 881, Afwaz Khan 264-223-188-196 – 871, Ryan Karabin 201-258-300-221 – 980. Totals: 689-718-716-09 – 2,732.

Boulevard Bowl (2)

Michael Scaccia 200-237-212-227 – 876, Brian Hart 256-218-200-237 – 911, Derek Foti 200-268-224-200 — 892. Totals: 656-723-636-664 – 2,679.

Mason’s Automotive (5)

Mark Hansen 247-246-225-236 – 954,  Robin Fredenburgh 215-214-256-247 – 932, B.J. Smith Jr. 236-248-234-204 – 922. Totals: 698-708-715-687 – 2,808.

MBM Motorsports (0)

Zach Mecca 205-217-189-194 – 805, Tony Bianchi 267-212-196-247 – 922, Tom Girard 193-187-190-235 – -805. Totals: 665-516-575-676 – 2,532.

Kalpro (4)

Keith Lawyer 193-225-201-225 – 844, Kyle Wilkins 275-234-220-204 – 933, Joe Carusone 176-212-204-243 – 835. Totals: 644-671-625-672 – 2,612.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (1)

John Mecca 234-198-279-214 – 925, Jeff Williams (absent) 190-190-190-190 – 760, Ken Wilkins 214-227-221-203 – 865. Totals: 638-615-690-607 – 2,550.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (5)

P.J. Derenzo 238-235-224-279 – 976, Mark Derenzo 200-234-192-199 – 825, Stephen Alexander 216-257-233-195 – 901. Totals: 654-726-649-673 – 2,702.

Team 8 (0)

No one bowled.

REIS GROUP

KIM BROWN MEMORIAL

MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 151-69, Pete’s Auto 140.5-79.5, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 138-82, Rotterdam Vet Hospital 136-84, Towne Bowling Academy 131-89, Rogers Motorsports 128-92, Sportsman’s Bowl 126-94, Hicks Strong 123.5-96.5, TSS Printing & Awards 109.5-110.5, Broadway Lunch 106.5-113.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 102.5-117.5, Loyal Nutrition 100-120, Barbecue Recreation 99.5-120.5, 15 Church 97.5-122.5, Team 8 95.5-124.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 93-127, Never Enough Performance 92.5-122.5, GPC 88-132, Next Level Detailing 86.5-133.5, A-Plus Heating 55-165.

Match summaries

Broadway Lunch (13)

Renee Earl 214-174-174-1165 – 727, Tom Earl 237-255-300-205 – 997. Totals: 490-468-513-409 – 1,880.

15 Church (7)

Aliyah Liberatore 159-191-213-225 – 788, Lee Quivey 205-213-192-191 – 801. Totals: 415-455-456-467 – 1,793.

Barbecue Recreation (13)

Kaitlyn Barnes 174-234-191-195 – 794, Ryan Karabin 278-247-202-250 – 977. Totals: 475-504-416-468 – 1,863.

Never Enough Performance (7)

Kate Clark 233-205-203-159 – 800, Dave McLear 247-195-223-199 – 864. Totals: 513-433-459-391 – 1,796.

GPC (3)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 132-170-148-193 – 643, Gabe Criscuolo 180-201-186-199 – 766. Totals: 379-438-401-459 – 1,677.

Loyal Nutrition (17)

Amber Dominic 176-223-181-183 – 763, Scott Rogers 269-227-235-215 – 946. Totals: 477-482-448-430 – 1,837.

Team 8 (12.5)

Ursula Pasquerella 200-212-214-201 – 827, Mike Kamm 243-188-227-204 – 862. Totals: 488-445-486-450 – 1,869.

Next Level Detailing (7.5)

Kim Swiatocha 213-197-219-212 – 841, Matt Swiatocha 251-194-224-247 – 916. Totals: 489-416-468-484 – 1,857.

Revolutions Pro Shop (17)

Lindsey McPhail 267-245-225-231 – 968, Don Herrington 269-258-279-170 – 976. Totals: 561-518-519-416 – 2,004.

A-Plus Heating (3)

Michelle Largeteau 126-126-126-123 – 501, Tony Pasquerella 164-182-210-203 – 759. Totals: 408-426-454-444 – 1,732.

Sindoni Sausage (15)

Liz Kuhlkin 268-265-253-192 – 978, Joe VanDerLinden 247-279-258-248 – 1,032. Totals: 518-547-514-443 – 2,022.

Martin Harding & Mazzotti (5)

Cheyanne McPhail 264-185-194-190 – 833, Stephen Alexander 268-245-238-223 – 974. Totals: 555-453-455-436 – 1,899.

Pete’s Auto (9)

Jenn Schissler 234-248-238-207 – 927, Chuckie Schissler 168-217-165-190 – 740. Totals: 439-502-440-434 – 1,815.

Rotterdam Vet Hospital (11)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 214-187-214-186 – 801, John Askew 238-267-216-214 – 935. Totals: 477-479-455-425 – 1,836.

Sportsman’s Bowl (4)

Erika Poje 161-204-167-202 – 734, Billy McGaffin Jr. 216-268-205-208 – 897. Totals: 400-495-395-433 – 1,723.

Towne Bowling Academy (16)

Debbie Capullo 204-204-234-267 – 909, Marty Capullo Jr. 214-228-237-213 – 892. Totals: 429-443-482-491 – 1,845.

Rogers Motorsports (17)

Kelly Chrzanowski 254-256-226-229 – 965, Tom Rogers 194-213-192-212 – 811. Totals: 492-513-462-485 – 1,952.

TSS Printing & Awards (3)

Jackie Malone 171-217-234-244 – 866, Paul Dumas 213-2234-191-215 – 843. Totals: 409-466-450-484 – 1,809.

Hicks Strong (18)

Victoria Shufelt 255-200-211-268 – 934, Zach Porter 236-270-216-205 – 927. Totals: 522-501-458-504 – 1985.

T.J. Bell Environmental (2)

Catie Bell 176-216-170-178 – 740, Michael Pierce 202-195-202-227 – 826. Totals: 426-459-420-453 – 1,758.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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