In the Pocket: Scotia-Glenville grad Karabin is putting more thought into his game

Scotia native Ryan Karabin recently won more than $4,000 in a special strike jackpot at Boulevard Bowl. The two-hander also is the average leader in three major leagues. (Photo proivded)

Scotia native Ryan Karabin recently won more than $4,000 in a special strike jackpot at Boulevard Bowl. The two-hander also is the average leader in three major leagues. (Photo proivded)

Roughly a decade ago, Ryan Karabin accidentally discovered the two-handed release that would ultimately make him one of the most powerful and successful league bowlers in the Capital Region. But these days, the Scotia-Glenville and SUNY Schenectady graduate puts a lot more thought into his game, and it shows.

Last weekend, the 27-year-old Karabin won the lucrative strike jackpot at Boulevard Bowl, pocketing more than $4,000 in the special side event that’s been going on since October. Certainly, the former desk man at Boulevard was one of the favorites to win the extremely challenging jackpot, so his performance really wasn’t a surprise, especially considering he’s having another outstanding season on the lanes.

“I really wasn’t thinking about the jackpot the other night. I was very relaxed,” Karabin explained. “I was subbing in the Galaxy league at the time. You have to be in a league at Boulevard Bowl in order to get into that jackpot. You can be in any league, and I do bowl in a league on Tuesday nights [Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic], but this particular night, I was just subbing. Ron Williams put me in. It costs just $2.”

In order to win the strike jackpot, contestants had to strike in randomly chosen frames. In the first game, bowlers had to strike in the first frame and the fifth frame, as well as the first two shots of the 10th frame. In the second game, strikes were necessary in the second, fourth and sixth frames, as well as two more in the 10th. Then in the third game, bowlers had to roll strikes in the seventh, eighth and ninth frames.

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“I rolled a 300 game in the first game and a 279 in the second game, so I really wasn’t thinking about the jackpot itself. There was less pressure until the final game. By that time, other people knew I was close, and they started watching me,” Karabin recalled. “A lot of very good bowlers, like Billy McGaffin Jr. and Doug Hopkins, came very close to winning it.”

Winning the strike jackpot is just one example of Karabin’s very successful season so far. He’s recorded seven perfect games, raising his career total to 40, and he’s produced nine 800 triples, pushing that career mark to 42. The high-revs kegler once averaged 253 in a short-season league and produced a 245 average in another full-season league. He has a high triple of 847 and a high four-game series of 1,110.

Karabin, who works at Mohawk Honda and also dabbles in photography, competes in four major leagues this season, as well as subbing occasionally in a few others. He currently leads the Capital District All Star league Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl with a 243 average and is also leading the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic with a 239 average, slightly ahead of B.J. Smith Jr. Although he’s missed a couple of weeks lately, Karabin also tops the Vitalo Classic at Sportsman’s Bowl on Saturday nights with a 241 average. He’s also sixth in the high-powered Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League with an average in the mid 230s Monday nights at Towne Bowling Academy.

That’s pretty impressive stuff when you consider that he’s bowling in three different bowling centers against many of the best bowlers in the Capital Region.

But Karabin is modest about his impressive game.

“I don’t even consider myself in the top 20 area bowlers,” he said. ”You’ve got so many great bowlers in the area like the Diamond brothers [Jay and Jamie], Brian LeClair, R.J. Martinez, Nick Galusha, and Steve Wagoner, just to name a few. There are so many that it’s hard to name them all. And all of those guys do great in tournaments.”

It’s true that Karabin’s tournament resume perhaps needs a little work, but he hasn’t been complacent about making some improvements that will make him even better than he already is.

“For one thing, I’m working on having more fun. If I take myself less seriously and try to be more relaxed, I think I can be better,” he said. “This year, I started working with Brian LeClair in the Revolutions Pro Shop. I’m learning how to drill balls from Brian. I work with him every day, and I’m learning how to drill my own stuff.”

Karabin also studies other two-handed bowlers to see if he can pick up any pointers. His favorite is the legendary Jason Belmonte, the Australian super star who recently picked up his 28th PBA Tour title.

“I try to look at all of the two-handers, but Belmonte is the one I look at the most. He’s the best in the world, and I try to study his timing with his arms and his feet. I met Jason in person, and I watched him up close. He’s just unbelievable. I also got to talk to him for like 10 minutes. He’s a great guy,” Karabin said.

Karabin’s been able to make some improvements, and many of them have nothing to do with his physical game.

“Now, when I bowl in tournaments, I watch my ball reaction and I’m able to make the right moves and switch equipment a lot sooner,” he said.

Karabin originally learned the game in the Boulevard Bowl junior program from Sharon Sager and Lloyd Denny. He became a two-hander when he injured his thumb while competing for SUNY Schenectady.

“One day, I was practicing, and I ripped my thumb open, so I tried using two hands, and I rolled a 279 game. SUNY Schenectady coach Will Coons saw that and suggested I try being a two-hander but with just a few tweaks,” Karabin said.

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So many youngsters are trying to emulate the powerful two-handers on the PBA Tour like Belmonte, Anthony Simonsen, Kyle Troup, Osku Palermaa and Jesper Svensson, just to name a few. But Karabin said it’s not as easy as it may seem to roll the ball two-handed.

“I think the biggest challenge is timing. Keeping their feet and their arm swing in the right tempo and then getting the ball off their hands consistently without coming off the side of the ball are the keys,” he said. “Plus, a lot of people have trouble with the speed of their approach and trying to get their timing down with more speed. You have to be flexible and in pretty good shape.”

Revolutions Pro Shop proprietor Brian LeClair, a former PBA50 Tour Player of the Year, knows Karabin on and off the lanes.

“Obviously, the two-hander phenomenon is growing more and more. Ryan is a more controlled two-hander when watching him to go to the line. He’s not as herky-jerky,” LeClair noted. “He’s got more confidence in his game now, and as long as he maintains that confidence, he’ll do well. He also helps here in the pro shop. Our pro shop has the potential to expand in the next year or so, and he’s a bowling geek. He loves to do it and will be very valuable as we grow. We’re looking forward to the next year or two, and he could be a big part of it.”

Look for Karabin to continue to excel on the major league front and eventually to improve in tournaments, as well. He cashed in the annual Towne Bowling Academy Team Handicap Tournament — both in the team event and the singles — but he hasn’t done much since.

“I’m going to skip the Donato Scratch Singles, but I think I’ll try to bowl in some NEBAs [New England Bowling Association] and some of the other tournaments,” he said. “The problem is that I work on Saturdays, so I’ve got to check my schedule for tournaments that are on the weekends.”

STRIKES & SPARES

Speaking of Karabin, one of his favorite balls but not the only one — the Storm Spectre — was banned by the USBC for further use in sanctioned leagues and tournaments because it tested as too soft in several national association tests. Storm, which tested its own equipment and found the ball in compliance, doesn’t agree with the decision, but for now, put those Spectre balls away and contact your pro shop operator to see what will happen next. By the way, I’m sure Karabin can use just about any orb and still strike with that release of his.

Very sorry to hear about the passing of affable Dave Ody, a terrific bowler in both the Daily Gazette and City Catholic leagues.

It’s not too early to begin thinking about the Schenectady USBC Awards & Hall of Fame Dinner set for June 9 at 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). By the way, entry fee is $40 per person per event, and paid entries must be in by April 1. The squads are April 9 (9 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.), April 10 (9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.), April 22 (3 p.m. and 7 p.m.); April 23 (9 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 6 p.m.), April 24 (9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.), April 29 (3 p.m. and 7 p.m.), April 30 (9 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.); May 1 (9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.), May 13 (3 p.m. and 7 p.m.), May 14 (9 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and May 15 (9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.). For more information, contact NYS USBC manager Angelo Corradino (845-363-1374).

The next Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York singles tournament will be held Sunday at 9:30 a.m. 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 $50. 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).

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The prestigious 19th annual Donato Scratch Singles Tournament continues with qualifiers Saturday at 1:30 p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. and noon at Towne Bowling Academy before the semifinals and finals later that day. Call Tommy Donato (518-788-0771) for more information. Entry fee is $70.

Towne Bowling Academy is also hosting the Uncle Nick Over/Under Doubles Sweeper Saturday 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.

The extremely popular 27th annual Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl continues with squads on Sunday, 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 Saturday 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 Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 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

Matt Kallner delivered games of 299 and 279 during a 835 triple, John Pancake pounded a 279-779, Joe VanDerLinden slammed a 290-769, Zach Strachan fired a 257-756, Tom Earl shot a 258-751 and Billy Wigand put together a 257-750 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

In the Sportsman’s Major Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl, Jamie Diamond tossed a pair of 259 games in a 763 triple, Chris Smith hammered a 264-755, Matt Swiatocha fired a 277-739, Tom Siatkowski slammed a 280-736, John Musto Jr. posted a 258-731 and Mike Isabella Jr. rolled a perfect game.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl, Karabin connected for games of 28 and 279 en route to a 1,017 four-game series, B.J. Smith Jr. matched him with a 289-1,017 and Mark Hansen delivered a 278-931.

Billy McGaffin Jr. cranked out a 289 and two 279 games during his 1,093 four-game series, PWBA standout and league average leader Liz Kuhlkin fired a perfect game during her 1,032 four-game series, Tom Earl delivered a 258-999, Joe VanDerLinden rolled a 269-997, Don Herrington recorded a perfect game and Michael Pierce collected his fourth 800 triple in the first three games of the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Pierce has rolled 800s in the Troy, Albany and Schenectady USBC.

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REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

Towne Bowling Academy 26-7, Broadway Lanes 26-7, DeCrescente Distributing 23-10, Sindoni Sausage 23-10 J & F Lawn Care 22-11, Falvey Real Estate 20-13, 20 North 19-14, Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda 18.5-14.5, ABS 18-15, Down’s Roofing 18-15, TSS Printing & Awards 17.5-15.5, Rollerama 17-16, Mastrioanni Food 15-18, Boulevard Bowl 13.5-19.5, Kristel Mechanic 12-21, Palazzo Ristorante 11.5-21.5, Broadway Lunch 9-24, KKV Recovery 7-26, D.A. Parisi & Co. 7-26, Fogg’s Automotive 7-26.

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Match summaries

Falvey Real Estate (1)

Dan Auricchio 218-215-244 — 677, Lee Aiezza 246-197-200 — 643, Jeff Young 256-254-236 — 746, Ron Unser 209-269-232 — 710. Totals: 929-935-912 — 2,776.

Towne Bowling Academy (2)

Tom Earl 245-258-248 — 751, Lindsey McPhail 236-287-211 — 734, Marty Capullo Jr. 207-247-221 — 675, Debbie Capullo 234-237-255 — 726. Totals: 922-1,029-935 — 2,886.

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J & F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 238-205-186 — 629, Steve Hallenbeck 256-206-193 — 655, Nick Stricos 214-222-199 — 633, R.J. Martinez 256-209-246 — 711. Totals: 964-840-824 — 2,628.

Fogg’s Automotive (0)

Eric McDowell 201-213-218 — 632, Mark Strife (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Jackie Malone 239-201-184 — 624, Bob Evans 248-193-180 — 621. Totals: 878-797-772 — 2,447.

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DeCrescente Distributing (3)

Jessica Aiezza 224-247-246 — 717, Mark Kuhlkin 233-213-224 — 670, Scott Rogers 267-196-225 — 688, Liz Kuhlkin 225-238-244 — 707. Totals: 949-894-939 — 2,782.

Broadway Lunch (0)

Jenn Schissler 213-225-215 — 653, Chuck Schissler 215-225-257 — 697, Bill Nolan 212-160-236 — 608, Gabe Criscuolo 192-244-188 — 624. Totals: 832-854-896 — 2,582.

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Broadway Lanes (3)

Roy Vanderbogart 215-244-239 — 698, John Pancake 279-263-237 — 779, Eric Stangle 216-237-247 — 700, Justin Barcomb 236-277-220 — 733. Totals: 946-1,021-943 — 2,910.

Rollerama (0)

Ron Paradiso 246-222-223 — 691, Zeph Kozakiewicz 203-162-224 — 589, Dan Rotter 182-177-159 — 518, Ken LaBelle Jr. 205-248-256 — 709. Totals: 836-809-862 — 2,507.

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ABS (3)

Jordan Byrnes 276-200-201 — 677, Matt Kallner 299-279-257 — 835, Jeff Kallner 194-223-248 — 665, Matt Fazzone 213-249-237 — 699. Totals: 982-951-943 — 2,876.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

Zach Strachan 257-244-255 — 756, Kyle Wilkins 189-246-199 — 634, Stephen Alexander 188-208-244 — 640, Jeremy Clute 209-217-190 — 616. Totals: 843-915-888 — 2,646.

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Boulevard Bowl (2)

P.J. Derenzo 237-259-227 — 723, Ron Williams 258-215-255 — 728, Ken Wilkins 236-245-165 — 646, Derek Foti 235-244-186 — 665. Totals: 966-963-833 — 2,762.

Palazzo Ristorante (1)

Cassius Boyd 224-215-208 — 647, Karrie Blake 258-215-211 — 684, Doug Provost 158-279-226 — 663, Tom Egan Jr. 255-258-184 — 697. Totals: 895-967-829 — 2,691.

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Down’s Roofing (2)

Bryan Admire 240-157-231 — 628, Nick Barnes 233-257-204 — 694, Ryan Karabin 183-236-278 — 697, Billy Wigand 236-257-257 — 750. Totals: 892-907-970 — 2,769.

Mastrioanni Food (1)

John Askew 278-233-214 — 725, Bob Messick 192-259-268 — 719, Chris Allen 159-210-184 — 553, Mike Nolan 201-245-244 — 690. Totals: 830-947-910 — 2,687.

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Mohawk Chevrolet-Honda (2)

Ed Gumm 214-201-219 — 634, Chip Tashjian 221-220-234 — 675, Brad Lawyer 212-258-204 — 674, Jody Becker 227-228-180 — 635. Totals: 874-907-837 — 2,618.

TSS Printing & Awards (1)

Paul Dumas 248-194-224 — 666, Dwayne Coonradt 184-224-207 — 615, Jacob Bersch 266-205-190 — 661, Steve Wagoner 243-280-190 — 713. Totals: 941-903-811 — 2,655.

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Sindoni Sausage (3)

Scott Chastenay 223-195-237 — 655, Mike Dicerbo 205-180-191 — 576, Rich Strath 227-224-201 — 652, Joe VanDerLinden 233-246-290 — 769. Totals: 888-845-919 — 2,652.

Kristel Mechanic (0)

Jeremy Noble 144-178-215 — 537, Mel Kristel 203-243-195 — 641, Bryan Kelley 253-179-225 — 657, Jeff Whitehouse 214-182-227 — 623. Totals: 814-782-862 — 2,458.

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KKV Recovery (1)

Nick DiCerbo 221-234-237 — 692, Kara Struffolino 197-199-192 — 588, Tom Rogers 199-153-169 — 521 Craig Taylor 253-220-243 — 716. Totals: 870-806-841 — 2,517.

20 North (2)

Tommy Donato 211-232-222 — 665, Joe Byrnes 177-225-247 — 649, Joel Donato 213-194-220 — 627, Chris Radliff 213-210-231 — 654. Totals: 814-861-920 — 2,595.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Muny Grille 35.5-8.5, Metroland Photo 33-11, Café One-Eleven 29-15, Universal Auto Parts 28-16, VanBuren Enterprises 28-16, Precision Floors 25.5-18.5, Bob’s Pro Shop 22-22, St. John Stone & Concrete 21-23, Mike’s Hot Dogs 21-23, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 19-25, G & Dz Pizza 19-25, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 13-31, The Appliance Specialist 7-37, I.D.I.D. 7-37.

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Match summaries

St. John Stone & Concrete (3)

Mike Isabella Jr. 233-300-170 — 703, Dean Halpin 256-238-231 — 725, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 247-191-190 — 628, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 269-228-211 — 708. Totals: 1,005-957-802 — 2,764.

Precision Floors (0)

Mike Guidarelli 221-202-215 — 638, Jim Bassotti 200-146-192 — 538, Tom Siatkowski 280-241-215 — 736, Matt Swiatocha 236-277-226 — 739. Totals: 937-866-848 — 2,651.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (4)

Fred McMahon 212-165-244 — 621, Earl Lawrence Jr. 198-206-14 — 618, Bob Tedesco Jr. 216-224-173 — 613, B.J. Rucinski Jr. 199-256-233 — 688. Totals: 825-851-864 — 2,540.

The Appliance Specialist (0)

Mike Liberatore 183-195-230 — 608, Steve Fawcett 179-212-175 — 566, Brandon Sheridan 203-169-174 — 546, Ron Sheridan 255-217-201 — 673. Totals: 820-793-780 — 2,393.

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Metroland Photo (4)

Lee Quivey 222-171-218 — 611, Steve Renzi 213-207-227 — 647, Mike Gallitelli 211-206-203 — 620, B.J. Smith Jr. 207-257-200 — 664. Totals: 853-841-848 — 2,542.

I.D.I.D. (0)

Tony Fernandez 216-212-180 — 608, Joe Gordon 141-149-154 — 444, Cliff Ruth 214-214-196 — 624, A.J. Perone 234-188-210 — 632. Totals: 805-763-740 — 2,308.

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Mike’s Hot Dogs (2)

Doug Semerad 215-244-194 — 653, Tammy Sader 233-223-203 — 659, Rich Rogaski 196-229-208 — 633, Kevin Palmer 253-265-201 — 719. Totals: 897-961-806 — 2,664.

Universal Auto Parts (2)

Andy Smith 190-188-279 — 657, Bill Heaphy III 204-279-212 — 695, Chris Fedden 234-235-204 — 673, Chris Smith 244-247-264 — 755. Totals: 872-949-959 — 2,780.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (0)

Melissa Bogholtz 176-195-207 — 578, Bill Carl 232-221-209 — 662, Zach Bogholtz 235-200-192 — 627, Kalynn Carl (absent) 200-200-200 — 600. Totals: 843-816-808 — 2,467.

Café One-Eleven (4)

Tyler Mochrie 279-208-238 — 725, Rob Mengel 192-177-226 — 595, Cory Buckley 211-226-256 — 693, Matt Olson 221-236-171 — 628. Totals: 903-847-891 — 2,641.

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VanBuren Enterprises (0)

Art Van Buren 246-237-237 — 720, Rich Manzer Jr. 242-216-195 — 653, Alex Bonesteel 193-210-166 — 569, Brian French 192-203-171 — 566. Totals: 873-866-769 — 2,508.

Muny Grille (4)

Jay Diamond 222-221-213 — 656, Dave Bingham 216-217-243 — 676, John Musto Jr. 258-237-236 — 731, Jamie Diamond 259-259-245 — 763. Totals: 955-934-937 — 2,826.

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G & Dz Pizza (3)

Jason Deitz 196-214-231 — 641, Matt Hitchcock 215-188-186 — 589, Mike Voss 209-221-216 — 646, Mike Piotrowski 223-206-196 — 625. Totals: 843-829-829 — 2,501.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (1)

Anthony Clay 255-175-181 — 611, Amy Matchen 181-161-176 — 518, Jackielynn Noble 179-185-183 — 547, Jim Petronis 237-162-203 — 602. Totals: 852-683-743 — 2,278.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Down’s Roofing 43.5-11.5, Boulevard Bowl 36.5-18.5, Masons Automotive 35-20, Kalpro 27-28, D.A. Parisi & Co. 27-28, MBM Motorsports 25-30, Derenzo’s Tax Service 24.5-305, Team 8 1.5-53.5.

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Match summaries

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 189-166-182-224 — 761, Kyle Wilkins 249-222-235-170 — 876, Joe Carusone 233-194-208 — 231 — 866. Totals: 671-582-625-625 — 2,503.

Boulevard Bowl (4)

Larry Belak 224-254-187-206 — 871, Brian Hart 214-184-216-216 — 830, Derek Foti 237-238-208-212 — 895. Totals: 675-676-611-634 — 2,596.

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MBM Motorsports (1)

Zach Mecca 194-276-218-214 — 902, Tony Bianchi 224-222-193-278 — 917, Tom Girard 255-187-194-268 — 904. Totals: 673-685-605-760 — 2,723.

Mason’s Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 278-246-211-196 — 931, Robin Fredenburgh 181-225-210-232 — 848, B.J. Smith Jr. 235-268-225-289 — 1,017. Totals: 694-739-646-717 — 2,796.

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Down’s Roofing (5)

Zach Strachan 161-216-268-237 — 882, Afwaz Khan 221-202-248-245 — 916, Ryan Karabin 278-279-243-217 — 1,017. Totals: 660-697-759-699 — 2,815.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (0)

P.J. Derenzo 190-228-227-202 — 847, Spark Derenzo 193-238-189-233 — 853, Stephen Alexander 264-223-181-230 — 898. Totals: 647-689-597-665 — 2,598.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (5)

John Mecca 206-216-226-267 — 915, Jeff Williams 200-182-211-217 — 810, Ken Wilkins 216-204-226-213 — 859. Totals: 622-602-663-697 — 2,584.

Team 8 (0)

No one bowled.

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REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 170-70, Martin Harding & Mazzotti 152-88, Pete’s Auto 147.5-92.5, Towne Bowling Academy 147-93, Sportsman’s Bowl 145-95, Rotterdam Vet Hospital 139-101, Hicks Strong 137.5-102.5, Rogers Motorsports 136-104, TSS Printing & Awards 118.5-121.5, Broadway Lunch 118.5-121.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 113.5-126.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 110-130, Team 8 108.5-131.5, Barbecue Recreation 103.5-136.5, Next Level Detailing 102.5-137.5, 15 Church 101.5-138.5, Loyal Nutrition 101-139, Never Enough Performance 98.5-141.5, GPC 94-146, A-Plus Heating 56-184.

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Match summaries

Never Enough Performance (6)

Kate Clark 205-225-174-247 — 851, Dave McLear 151-222-213-195 — 781. Totals: 389-480-420-475 — 1,764.

Hicks Strong (14)

Niki Battistoni 212-224-226-226 — 888, Zach Porter 194-247-245-226 — 912. Totals: 424-489-489-470 — 1,872.

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Pete’s Auto (7)

Jenn Schissler 233-257-255-199 — 944, Chuckie Schissler 190-178-235-183 — 786. Totals: 460-472-527-419 — 1,878.

Team 8 (13)

Ursula Pasquerella 193-163-199-235 — 790, Bill Nolan 222-257-185-185 — 849. Totals: 475-480-444-480 — 1,879.

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Rotterdam Vet Hospital (3)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 200-226-200-216 — 842, John Askew 269-214-227-199 — 899. Totals: 495-466-443-441 — 1,845.

Revolutions Pro Shop (17)

Lindsey McPhail 214-248-229-196 — 887, Don Herrington 300-238-221-2234 — 983. Totals: 529-501-465-435 — 1,930.

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Next Level Detailing (16)

Kim Swiatocha 190-251-192-235 — 868, Matt Swiatocha 171-266-213-226 — 876. Totals: 386-542-430-486 — 1,844.

15 Church (4)

Aliyah Liberatore 193-194-160-196 — 743, Ben Empie (absent) 184-184-184-184 — 736. Totals: 435-436-402-438 — 1,711.

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T.J. Bell Environmental (11)

Denise DeCarlo 213-154-194-182 — 743, Michael Pierce 290-231-279-138 — 938. Totals: 550-432-520-367 — 1,869.

TSS Printing & Awards (9)

Jackie Malone 233-198-257-195 — 883, Paul Dumas 203-210-180-259 — 852. Totals: 461-433-462-479 — 1,835.

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Martin Harding & Mazzotti (14)

Cheyanne McPhail 204-190-211-226 — 831, Stephen Alexander 257-247-265-175 — 944. Totals: 482-458-497-422 — 1,895.

GPC (6)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 167-181-216-182 — 746, Gabe Criscuolo 196-191-201-213 — 801. Totals: 431-440-485-463 — 1,819.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (19)

Erika Poje 227-206-198-181 — 812, Billy McGaffin Jr. 289-279-246-279 — 1,093. Totals: 540-509-468-484 — 2,001.

Loyal Nutrition (1)

Amber Dominic 194-172-187-182 — 735, Scott Rogers 156-198-187-252 — 793. Totals: 382-402-406-466 — 1,656.

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Sindoni Sausage (19)

Liz Kuhlkin 237-300-238-257 — 1,032, Joe VanDerLinden 201-269-269-258 — 997. Totals: 440-571-509-517 — 2,037.

A-Plus Heating (1)

Michelle Largeteau 137-185-145-175 — 642, Tony Pasquerella 170-227-137-138 — 672. Totals: 425-530-400-431 — 1,786.

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Towne Bowling Academy (16)

Debbie Capullo 187-218-298-218 — 921, Marty Capullo Jr. 258-214-256-238 — 966. Totals: 456-443-565-467 — 1, 931.

Barbecue Recreation (4)

Kaitlyn Barnes 193-228-227-174 — 822, Nick Barnes 217-203-221-206 — 847. Totals: 448-469-486-418 — 1,821.

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Rogers Motorsports (8)

Kelly Chrzanowski 242-259-222-245 — 968, Tom Rogers 225-217-163-201 — 806. Totals: 510-519-428-489 — 1,946.

Broadway Lunch (12)

Renee Earl 220-213-214-190 — 837, Tom Earl 258-247-238-256 — 999. Totals: 517-499-491-485 — 1,992.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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