In the Pocket: RPI Open PBA Regional this weekend in South Glens Falls

PBA Tour standout Bill O’Neill will be one of the favorites among a very strong field in this week’s RPI Open PBA regional at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center.
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PBA Tour standout Bill O’Neill will be one of the favorites among a very strong field in this week’s RPI Open PBA regional at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center.

IN THE POCKET More than 70 local, regional and even national elite bowlers will storm the lanes this weekend for the Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center RPI Open PBA regional in South Glens Falls.

The event will serve as a qualifier for the annual Regional Pro Invitational Jan. 2-5 in Las Vegas.

Friday’s practice session is from 3-5 p.m. On Saturday, the eight-game qualifier begins at 10 a.m., with a third of the field advancing to roll four more game Sunday morning.  The top `16 will bowl three additional games, with the top 8 after 15 games advancing to roll two additional games. The top four then advance to the stepladder finals. First place is projected to pay $2,500, and the final cash spot is projected to pay a minimum of $450.

Towne Bowling Academy’s Action Bowling Supply pro shop operator Matt Fazzone, 30, is among an extremely  strong local contingent.

“This is the best of the best. They execute way better than everyone else,” said the standout left-hander. “I’d like to make the cut and try to give it a run for the title on Sunday. That’s all I’m trying to do. My goal is always to make one good shot at a time.”

Knowing your equipment at this level is extremely important, and that gives Fazzone an edge. He drills not only his own equipment but also fits bowling balls for many other area stars.

“I definitely know my equipment and what to use — especially up there. We bowl up at Kingpin’s Alley quite a bit for tournaments, and I’ve bowled on every lane for the last 6-7 years while competing in the annual New Year’s Day tournament,” he said.

Fazzone has piled up quite a few trophies in recent years. He’s a two-time champion in New England Bowling Association events and also won a NYS Masters title to go along with a Huck Finn victory, a triumph in the Towne Bowling Academy Team Handicap Tournament, a Turnpike Open win and the Drexel  Memorial Doubles crown with partner Kenny Livengood.

Late entrant Brian LeClair, 57, the Revolutions Pro Shop operator at both Boulevard Bowl and Del Lanes, is one of the top bowlers in Capital Region history. The former PBA50 Player of the Year owns five PBA50 titles, 14 PBA regional titles and was the PBA East Region Player of the Year twice. LeClair finished second twice on the regular PBA Tour, is a member of both the Columbia-Greene Bowling Association and Albany Bowling Association Hall of Fame and has rolled 70 perfect games and 20 800 triples.

Ballston Spa’s RJ Martinez, who dabbled on the pro tour a few years ago, is also among the top locals in the field, along with powerful two-handers Billy McGaffin Jr. of Amsterdam and Zachary Bogholtz of Nassau.

Other local regional bowlers include Rick Bogholtz of Halfmoon, Matt Blair of Queensbury, Brandon Boyer of Hudson Falls, Frank Cataldo of Fort Edward, Saratoga Springs High School grad Hunter Chandler of Porter Corners, Tom Egan of Schenectady, Donald Guest of Middleburgh, Kyle Haines of Altamont, Michael Lapointe Jr. of Hudson Falls, Adam Pelc of Clifton Park, Anthony Scaccia of Voorheesville, Robert Skiffington Jr. of Warrensburg, Gene Speenburgh of Catskill, Eric Stangle of Ballston Spa, Roy Vanderbogart of Gansevoort and Tom Yadanza of Saratoga Springs.

Perhaps the best pedigree in the field, however, belongs to 40-year-old PBA Tour standout Bill “The Real Deal” O’Neill of Langhorne, Pennsylvania. O’Neill has 13 PBA Tour titles, including two majors, and 10 PBA regional victories.

PBA50 Tour standout Ryan Shafer of Horseheads, well known to Capital Region bowling fans for his five PBA Tour victories, including the PBA Empire State Open held here, 30 PBA regional wins and four PBA50 regional triumphs, is another competitor who makes his living on the lanes. Former Donato Scratch Singles champions Alex Cavagnaro of Massapequa and Phil Drumm of Binghamton pace a bunch of regional pros that also includes the likes of Ryan Galli of Johnson City, Zach Gentile of Modena, Brian Hall of Macedon, Anthony Neuer of Lewisburg and PBA East Region point leader Cody Shoemaker of Hanover, Pennsylvania, just to name a few.

VITALO CLASSIC FOLDS

It’s sad to hear that one of the Capital Region’s oldest and most prestigious leagues — the Vitalo Classic held Saturday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl, has folded because of a lack of bowlers.

Current secretary and Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame member Mark Ray informed me recently that despite a strong publicity push, the league had only four solid teams ready for the season opener.

Former longtime secretary Davey Mennillo, also a Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer, was devastated to hear the news, especially since he ran the league so diligently for many decades.

“So sad, after 72 years to see the Vitalo Classic come to an end,” he said. “It was the greatest league in the Capital District thanks to the tireless effort by originator Steve Vitalo. He loved the league, the talented bowlers that participated [many of them members of the SBA HOF] and the specialty of the year-end banquet. To succeed him as secretary/treasurer was an honor because he picked me to take over, and if I declined he would have continued. [But] I knew he had grown tired of the positions, so there was no way I could say no. No one could become the next Steve Vitalo. I only hope that I ran the league in a manner that would have made him proud.

“Over my years in bowling, I was able to achieve many special accomplishments, but nothing can top sitting at the head table at the year-end banquet being honored as a Vitalo league season champion.”

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STRIKES & SPARES

A fond farewell to the late John Vaccaro, who died last week. Vaccaro was a passionate bowler and administrator who was a guiding force in the popular Blizzard Bowl at Boulevard Bowl, a team tournament that helped raise funds for the Schenectady Boys and Girls Clubs. He will be missed.

The Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York kicks off its tournament season with a special welcome back event for A.L.B.A.N.Y. bowlers with established averages from at least 6 tour events. The tournament is set for Sept. 25 at 9:30 a.m. Entry fee is $50 or $40 if payment is received by Sept. 19. Checks can be mailed to Jeff Segel, P.O. Box 11093, Loudonville, N.Y. 12211.  Handicap is 100% of 215, with a maximum 75 pins per game. For more information, contact Jim Burton at 518-209-4748.

Boulevard Bowl will host a Junior/Adult Scotch Doubles tournament, hosted by Ron Williams, Sunday at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $50. Handicap is 90% of a team average of 450.

Boulevard Bowl is also the host for the Five-Person Baker Tournament Sept. 25 at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $150 per team and handicap is based on the average of the five bowlers divided by five. Call 518-374-4171 to reserve your spot.

The Daily Gazette league, which bowls Tuesdays at noon at Sportsman’s Bowl, has two openings. The mixed league has 10 three-person teams with weekly dues of $16. Handicap is 100%. Contact secretary Marty Browne or Sportsman’s Bowl if interested.

Town ’N Country’s Challenge Night, a weekly sweeper, begins Wednesday night at 9 p.m. It runs for 24 weeks, but there is no commitment. Bowlers roll three games on various challenging oil patterns. There will be weekly and quarterly payouts with clean pots and eliminators. Entry fee is $20. Call Anthony Scaccia (518-881-5054) for more information.

Del Lanes is hosting its Winter King of the Hill Sunday at 5 p.m. Entry fee is $40, and first place is $500, based on 48 entries. One in six bowlers will cash, with the top five earning a spot in the stepladder finals. Handicap is 80% of 230. Contact Will Cunningham (518-362-7875) for reservations or more information.

The Towne Majors, which bowls Tuesday nights at 8:45 p.m., is looking for one more team to fill out the league. First place for the three-person, handicapped team format league is $3,600 out of a total $12,000 prize fund. Dues are $23 a week for 30 weeks. Call 518-355-3939 for more information.

 Big Ron’s Scratch Doubles Tournament is set for Oct. 15, 1 p.m. at Sportsman’s Bowl. Entry fee is $200 per team (or $180 if received by Oct. 1). First place, based on 40 entries, is $2,000. A ziti dinner is included, and jackpots, brackets and a ball raffle are available. Call Ron Williams (518-603-7390) or Sportsman’s Bowl (518-355-4339) for more information.

MAJOR BOWLING

Chris Fawcett opened the 2022-23 campaign with a 277 game and a 783 triple to pace the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Other standouts on the opening card included Nick Peckowitz (248-728), Bill Heaphy III (278-719), Austin Van Buren (267-713), Matt Olson (290-703) AJ Perone (258-700) and Rich Manzer Jr. (287-700).

Two-hander Ryan Karabin ripped a 268-749, Ken LaBelle Jr. recorded a 278-744 and Jody

Becker banged out a 290-742 in the City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Rounding out the leaders were Ed Gumm (268-736), Lindsey McPhail (253-727), Jeff Young (265-724), Debbie Capullo (729-722), John Askew (2454-719), RJ Martinez (276-708) and Derek Foti (248-707).

Jason Palmer fired a 258-978 four-game series, Mike Scaccia pounded a 258-969, B.J. Smith Jr. rolled a 247-912 and Keith Lawyer tossed a 233-902 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Joe VanDerLinden hammered a 289 game and a 1,005 four-game series, Ryan Karabin registered a perfect game and Debbie Capullo produced a 278-967 in the Towne Mixed Doubles Wednesday at Towne Bowling Academy.

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SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Universal Auto Parts 4-0, Van Buren Enterprises 4-0, Team No. 13 4-0 Precision Floors 4-0, TSS Printing 3-1, Muny Grille 3-1, Bob’s Pro Shop 3-1, The Appliance Specialist 1-3, JL Designs 1-3, Team No. 9 1-3, Metroland Photo 0-4, Team 14 0-4, IDID 0-4 Klonowski’s Pro Shop 0-4.

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Match summaries

Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 187-222-225 — 634, Bill Heaphy III 225-278-216 — 719, Chris Fedden 239-216-216 — 671, Chris Smith 237-234-214 — 685. Totals: 888-950-871 — 2,709.

Metroland Photo (0)

Lee Quivey 188-181-174 — 543, Steve Renzi 177-215-243 — 635, Mike Gallitelli 181-197-247 — 625, B.J. Smith Jr. 221-219-198 — 638. Totals: 767-812-862 — 2,441.

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The Appliance Specialist (1)

Mike Liberatore 215-233-200 — 648, Steve Fawcett 148-225-139 — 512, Melissa Bogholtz 233-181-225 — 639, Chris Fawcett 247-277-259 — 783. Totals: 843-916-823 — 2,582.

TSS Printing (3)

Tyler Mochrie 212-231-159 — 602, Rob Mengel 236-213-215 — 664, Cory Buckley 182-199-235 — 616, Matt Olson 182-290-231 — 703. Totals: 812-933-840 — 2,585.

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Van Buren Enterprises (4)

Art Van Buren 235-176-237 — 648, Rich Manzer Jr. 225-287-188 — 700, Brian French 183-233-213 — 629, Austin Van Buren 224-267-222 — 713. Totals: 867-963-860 — 2,690.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Anthony Clay 209-193-224 — 626, Jackielynn Noble 140-200-176 — 516, Jim Petronis 185-217-202 — 604, Thomas Santerry 157-138-169 — 464. Totals: 691-748-771 — 2,219.

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JL Designs (1)

Justin Lansing 204-203-145 — 552, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 227-168-164 — 559, Ron Williams 247-210-185 — 642, Billy McGaffin Jr. 233-226-188 — 647. Totals:  911-807-682 — 2,400.

Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 231-212-223 — 666, Dave Bingham 165-225-192 — 582, Gary Bingham 158-217-170 — 545, Jamie Diamond 237-220-166 — 623. Totals: 791-874-751 — 2,416.

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Team 9 (1)

Jason Deitz 200-202-192 — 594, Aiden Deitz 225-191-221 — 637, Bill Carl 230-204-176 — 610, Rich Ellis 163-162-149 — 474. Totals: 818-759-738 — 2,315.

Bob’s Pro  Shop (3)

Fred McMahon 188-202-279 — 669, Earl Lawrence Jr. 177-176-210 — 563, Bob Tedesco Jr. 192-232-193 — 617, Mike Smith 212-157-168 — 537. Totals: 769-767-850 — 2,386.

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Precision Floors (4)

Mike Guidarelli 207-198-223 — 628, Jim Bassotti 223-199-189 — 611, Tom Siatkowsi 161-186-235 — 583, Matt Swiatocha 176-213-234 — 623. Totals: 768-796-881 — 2,445.

IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 168-185-230 — 583, Joe Gordon 127-116-183 — 426, Jim Valentino 168-154-204 — 526, AJ Perone 258-223-219 — 700. Totals: 721-678-836 — 2,235.

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Team No. 13 (4)

Nick Peckowitz 248-245-235 — 728, Tammy Sader 196-290-158 — 644, John Leone 249-186-208 — 643, Kevin Palmer 216-193-211 — 620. Totals: 909-914-812 — 2,635.

Team No. 14 (0)

Vacant 190-190-190 — 570, Vacant 190-190-190 — 570, Vacant 190-190-190 — 570, Vacant 190-190-190 — 570. Totals: 760-760-760 — 2,280.

CITY LEAGUE

Standings

ABS 3-0, Downs 3-0, Falvey Real Estate 3-0, Towne Bowling Academy 3-0, Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet 2-1, Broadway Lanes 2-1, Drive Line Motors 2-1, Rollarama 2-1, Bootlegger’s on Broadway 2-1, 20 North 2-1, Sindoni Sausage 1-2, J&F Lawncare 1-2, Boulevard Bowl 1-2, DeCrescente Distributing 1-2, Kristel Mechanical 1-2, De Royalty 1-2, Team 19 0-3, KKV Recovery 0-3 Team 1 0-3, Pete’s Auto 0-3.

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Match summaries

Team 1 (0)

Patricia Kelly 200-178-214 — 592, Amanda Chrzanowski 194-221-184 — 599, Bill Nolan 199-220-179 — 598, Mike Nolan 195-203-166 — 564. Totals: 788-822-743 — 2,353.

Falvey Real Estate (3)

Lee Aiezza 203-217-145 — 565, Dan Auricchio 203-214-268 — 685, Kenny Livengood 223-185-206 — 614, Jeff Young 265-247-212 — 724. Totals: 894-863-831 — 2,588.

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Rollarama (2)

Ron Paridiso 237-205-237 — 679, Jeremy Clute 215-157-227 — 599, Dan Rotter 227-168-155 — 550, Ken LaBelle Jr. 278-238-228 — 744. Totals: 957-768-847 — 2,572.

Kristel Mechanical (1)

Ed White 177-225-199 — 601, Mel Kristel 151-232-237 — 620, Bryan Kelley 177-162-191 — 530, Jeff Whitehouse 204-210-180 — 594. Totals:  709-829-807 — 2,345.

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Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 262-216-207 — 685, Tony Palumbo 167-226-157 — 550, Marty Capullo Jr. 213-195-215 — 623, Debbie Capullo 279-245-198 — 722. Totals: 921-882-777 — 2,580.

Pete’s Auto (0)

Chuck Schissler 163-219-210 — 592, Jenn Schissler 222-154-157 — 533, Chris Lee 191-196-195 — 582, Gabe Criscuolo 204-182-168 — 554. Totals: 780-751-730 — 2,261.

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ABS (3)

Matt Kallner 228-225-244 — 697, Jeff Kallner 173-190-208 — 571, Craig Taylor 257-239-183 — 679, Matt Fazzone 203-234-260 — 697. Totals: 861-888-895 — 2,644.

KKV Recovery (0)

Alyssa Pancake 210-226-205 — 641, Nick DiCerbo 233-195-173 — 601, Kara Struffolino 236-236-170 — 612, Vinny Struffolino 169-204-194 — 567. Totals: 848-831-742 — 2,421

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Boulevard Bowl (1)

PJ Derenzo 224-190-231 — 645, Derek Foti 246-213-248 — 707, Ken Wilkins 181-190-183 — 554, Mark Derenzo 255-203-212 — 670. Totals: 906-796-874 — 2,576

Drive Line Motors (2)

Kate Clark 182-245-212 — 639, Chris Allen 183-195-205 — 583, Rob Beedelson 238-191-233 — 662, John Askew 240-245-234 — 719. Totals: 843-876-884 — 2,603.

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J&F Lawncare (1)

Jason Brown 223-211-214 — 648, RJ Martinez 229-276-203 — 708, Nick Stricos 248-197-227 — 672, Steve Hallenbeck 184-183-194 — 561. Totals: 884-867-838 — 2,589.

Broadway Lanes (2)

Roy Vanderbogart 220-191-248 — 659, John Pancake 233-235-206 — 674, Steve Wagoner 203-257-210 — 670, Justin Barcomb 201-197-225 — 628. Totals: 857-880-859 — 2,626.

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Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet (2)

Ed Gumm 255-268-213 — 736, Chip Tashjian 267-189-209 — 665, Brad Lawyer 195-218-198 — 611, Jody Becker 248-204-290 — 742. Totals: 965-879-910 — 2,754.

Sindoni Sausage (1)

Scott Chastenay 199-238-212 — 649, Mike Dicerbo 192-244-229 — 665, Rich Strath 240-189-215 — 644, Joe VanDerLinden 209-269-191 — 669. Totals: 840-940-847 — 2,627.

20 North (2)

Joel Donato 220-207-235 — 662, Tommy Donato 212-218-205 — 635, Chris Radliff 203-200-233 — 636, Bob Faragon 182-167-160 — 509. Totals: 817-792-833 — 2,442.

Da Royalty (1)

AJ Collins 139-192-153 — 484, Will Cunningham 223-179-204 — 606, David Squires 222-190-177 — 589, Brendan Collins 154-244-142 — 540. Totals: 738-805-676 — 2,219.

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DeCrescente Distributing (1)

Suzie Morine 219-214-207 — 640, Brian Mariano 175-180-206 — 561, Mark Kuhlkin 175-180-206 — 561, Liz Kuhlkin 265-195-218 — 678. Totals: 834-769-837 — 2,440.

Bootlegger’s on Broadway (2)

Cassius Boyd 186-182-200 — 568, Karrie Blake 199-186-168 — 553, Eric Quinlivan 225-231-202 — 658, Marc Fowler 246-225-214 — 685. Totals: 856-824-784 — 2,464,

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Team 19 (0)

Chad Sutliff 224-211-179 — 614, Stephen Alexander 234-172-201 — 607, Lindsey McPhail 226-248-253 — 727, Tom Egan Jr. (absent) 190-190-190 — 570.Totals: 874-821-823 — 2,518.

Downs (3)

David Orzechewski 223-231-187 — 641, Nick Barnes 202-179-231 — 612, Ryan Karabin 223-268-258 — 749, Billy Wigand 277-193-172 — 642. Totals: 925-871-848 — 2,644.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Kalpro 5-0, Boulevard Bowl 4-1, Derenzo’s Tax Service 3-2, Masons Automotive 2-3, MBM Motorsports 1-4, D.A. Parisi & Co. 0-5.

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Match summaries

Kalpro (5)

Keith Lawyer 222-215-233-232 — 902, Kyle Wilkins 204-186-257-249 — 896, Joe Carusone 195-204-212-185 — 796. Totals: 621-605-702-666 — 2,594.

D.A. Parisi & Co. (0)

John Mecca 186-170-201-213 — 770, Jeff Williams 294-184-207-173 — 768, Ken Wilkins 213-246-200-165 — 824. Totals: 603-600-608-551 — 2,362.

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Derenzo’s Tax Service (3)

P.J. Derenzo 169-258-258-214 — 899, Mark Derenzo 150-256-209-192 — 807, Jason Palmer 258-244-228-248 — 978. Totals: 577-758-695-654 — 2,684.

Masons Authority (2)

Lee Quivey 163-208-222-258 — 851, Robin Fredenburgh 225-201-162-20 — 798, B.J. Smith Jr. 223-204-247-238 — 912. Totals: 611-613-631-706 — 2,561.

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MBM Motorsports (1)

Zach Mecca 174-164-148-157 — 643, Tony Bianchi 182-258-229-216 — 885, Tom Girard 19-279-198-218 — 885. Totals: 546-701-575-591 — 2,413.

Boulevard Bowl (4)

Mike Scaccia 221-236-258-254 — 969, Brian Hart 246-202-234-202 — 884, Derek Foti 194-227-202-227 — 850. Totals: 661-665-694-683 — 2,703.

TOWNE MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Next Level Detailing 33-7, Towne Bowling Academy 33-7, Solid Surface Craftsman 31-9, Team 5 29-11, Broadway Lunch 28-12, Team 2 23-17, My Three Sons 23-17, Never Enough Performance 23-17, Sindoni Sausage 20-20, Unbreakable Nutrition 20-20, ABS 19-21, TSS Printing & Awards 18-22, Sportsman’s Bowl 17-23, JLD 16-24, Team 14 16-24, A Plus Heating No. 2 13-27, Rogers Motorsports 13-27, Team 15 9-31, T.J. Bell Environmental 8-32, A Plus Heating No. 1.

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Match summaries

Towne Bowling Academy (15)

Debbie Capulllo 278-216-227-246 — 967, Ryan Gahan 218-222-235-169 — 844. Totals: 511-453-477-430 — 1,871.

Rogers Motorsports (5)

Kelly Chrzanowski 197-191-172-233 — 793, Tom Rogers 189-213-1979-174 — 773. Totals: 425-443-408-446 — 1,722.

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Team 2 (7)

Lindsay McPhail 278-234-215-226 — 953, Don Herrington 192-224-225-234 — 875. Totals: 485-473-455-475 — 1,888.

Sindoni Sausage (13)

Liz Kuhlkin 225-247-227-225 — 924, Joe VanDerLinden 236-235-289-245 — 1,005. Totals: 463-484-518-472 — 1,937.

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A Plus Heating No. 2 (5)

Victoria Shufelt 162-170-216-267 — 815, Craig Taylor 225-280-200-209 — 914. Totals: 405-468-434-494 — 1 ,801.

Never Enough Performance (15)

Kate Clark 173-259-215-180 — 827, Dave McLear 255-209-211-236 — 911. Totals: 459-499-457-447 — 1,862.

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Broadway Lunch (16)

Renee Earl 270-162-187-191 — 810, Tom Earl 239-227-233-235 — 934. Totals: 547-427-458-464 — 1,896.

JLD (4)

Amber Brophy 178-247-178-160 — 763, Billy McGaffin 224-191-248-216 — 879. Totals: 430-466-454-404 — 1,754.

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Team 5 (15)

Amanda Chrzanowski 280-214-180-202 — 876, John Askew 248-235-222-247 — 952. Totals: 549-470-423-470 — 1,912.

Team 15 (5)

Laura Rotter 188-186-217-200 — 791, Ryan Karabin 214-247-300-182 — 943. Totals: 415-446-530-395 — 1,786.

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My Three Sons (5)

Patricia Kelly 170-223-225-191 — 809, Scott Rogers 257-191-215-242 — 905. Totals: 407-444-470-463 — 1,834.

ABS (15)

Natasha Fazzone 171-245-194-236 — 846, Matt Fazzone 210-202-266-229 — 937. Totals: 405-471-484-519 — 1,879.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (15)

Robin Fredenburgh 202-238-221-189 — 850, Dan Knutti 253-180-157-221 — 811. Totals: 491-454-414-446 — 1,805.

T.J. Bell Environmental (5)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 191-176-145-147 — 659, Mike Kamm 201-197-231-161 — 790. Totals: 455-436-439-371 — 1,701.

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Solid Surface Craftsman (14)

Cheyanne Zullo 263-176-222-141 — 802, Austin Zullo 231-207-200-212 — 850. Totals: 540-429-468-399 — 1,836.

TSS Printing & Awards (6)

Jackie Malone 193-187-175-265 — 820, Paul Dumas 217-180-254-203 — 854. Totals: 436-393-455-494 — 1,778.

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A Plus Heating  No. 1 (6)

Michelle Largeteau 126-140-119-131 — 516, Tony Pasquerella 153-133-160-180 — 626. Totals: 395-389-395-427 — 1,601.

Unbreakable Nutrition (14)

Niki Battistoni 204-136-183-202 — 725, Peter Battistoni 191-244-195-172 — 802. Totals: 422-407-405-401 — 1,635.

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Next Level Detailing (17)

Kim Swiatocha 207-229-228-249 — 913, Matt Swiatocha 170-248-222-227 — 867. Totals: 402-502-475-501 — 1,880.

Team 14 (3)

Ursula Pasquarella 193-180-197-169 — 739, Joe Venduro 217-213-192-202 — 824. Totals: 457-440-436-418 — 1,751.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected]

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