In the Pocket: Scotia-Glenville graduate Morrett loves helping out

Scotia native Eric Morrett runs the unique Capital District Challenge League and is also a USBC bronze-level coach. (Photo provided)

Scotia native Eric Morrett runs the unique Capital District Challenge League and is also a USBC bronze-level coach. (Photo provided)

IN THE POCKET Scotia-Glenville High School graduate Eric Morrett is definitely hooked on bowling, but the 42-year-old senior database administrator at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is much more interested in helping others on the lanes.

Morrett runs the popular Capital District Challenge League every Tuesday night at East Greenbush Bowling Center. It’s a unique, year-round league that also serves as a weekly tournament. There are no attendance requirements. Bowlers can show up when they want to, and they face tougher conditions than the average house shot. The CDCL is open to both adults and juniors.

The CDCL recently celebrated its 221st week, which totals out to roughly five years of season-long competition.

“It’s really been rewarding running this league,” said Morrett, who studied both computer science and psychology at the University at Albany. “Bill Cornell [the proprietor at both East Greenbush Bowling Center and Del Lanes], calls it a serene environment. He deserves all the credit for the league, because he allowed me to do this. There are not many proprietors who would give up half their houses. He said, ‘Let’s give this a try’ when I approached him about it.”

Morrett likes to tweak the CDCL format from time to time, and the changes are quite interesting.

“It’s quite a mix when it comes to the format,” he said. “It’s a hybrid between a league and a tournament. The bowlers don’t change pairs. I put them with bowlers of similar abilities. The leader of each pair advances to match play, and the remaining top 16 bowlers who didn’t lead their pair get at-large berths. Each match is just two shots, and it only takes about 20 minutes to complete.”

Morrett pointed out that the special format allows young junior bowlers to square off against seasoned adults.

“We’ve had young bowlers like Cierra Gabriel, Andy Robitaille and Jeremy Shafer get to the finals. There are so many success stories,” Morrett noted. “We have some bowlers who come to us to tune up for a big tournament, but we also have so many bowlers who enjoy being part of our bowling community. I’d say that two-thirds of the league are regulars, and the one-third are people who give it a try and maybe come back again.”

Running the league and maintaining its website takes plenty of time, but Morrett recently became even more devoted to helping others bowl better by becoming a USBC bronze-level coach.

“Back in 2010, I was very fortunate to meet the legendary Mo Pinel in person,” said Morrett of the late bowling coach and equipment developer. “He was a silver-level coach, and when he introduced me to his way of coaching, he threw me into the deep end. I worked with him for five years doing seminars. He showed me how to be a positive instructor.”

But Morrett didn’t take the extra step of being USBC-certified until this past summer.

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“I wasn’t certified until this year, and it all came about when Olivia DeCites crossed with me in a CDCL match one night,” Morrett said. “I was on her pair, and I noticed she was struggling. I wanted to help her out, and I got out my bowling white board. I showed her what I thought was going on with her game and what she could do to correct it. She ended up leading the pair that night — against a future ITC champion — and it inspired me to get even better with my coaching. I did the same thing for Leigha Henkel. They, along with Jackson Brewer, have inspired me along my coaching journey.”

Morrett said working at RPI gives him plenty of work flexibility.

“They give me the time to pursue my dream every week. It’s very involved, but I do it for the love of the game,” he said. “I’ve been path building in a very positive way. I really believe that culture matters, and we provide a very welcoming culture here. I’ve been very fortunate.”

Aside from the CDCL, Morrett doesn’t belong to a league himself, but he substitutes often, especially at Hometown Lanes. He’s rolled a couple of 300 games with a high triple of 791 and a high average of 223.

“I don’t really keep track much of my own stats,” he said. “It’s all about the other bowlers in the league.”

Morrett’s special interest in developing junior bowlers includes running a 17-week scholarship competition for bowlers who haven’t turned 18 as of Aug. 1 of this year. The juniors earn points for leading their pairs and also for every level of match play they advance to. Named in honor of Cornell, the scholarship will be divided among the top three point producers. Morrett is hoping the fund will grow to at least $1,000.

Standout bowlers who have been successful as four-game series leaders over the last five years include the likes of Craig Taylor, Anthony Scaccia, Ryan Ladlee, Zack Porter, Rich Strath, DeCitise, Don Herrington, Robitaille, Brandon Vallone, Gary Bingham, Zach Bogholtz, Mike Neumann, Alex Weglarz, Kenny Livengood, Bill Neumann and many more.

Morrett, who also has a CDCL victory under his belt, has quite a variety of interests, as he runs numerous websites and is also an avid runner, foodie and inline skater. It’s no surprise that he enjoys video games, but he’s also interested in gardening, marksmanship and music.

SCHENECTADY USBC SETS TOURNAMENTS

The Schenectady USBC has announced its tournament format. First up will be the Schenectady USBC’s 16th annual Youth Team Tournament Oct. 15-16 at Towne Bowling Academy. The format will be four-person teams divided into Class A (651-900 team average), Class B (454-650) and Class C (450 and under). Handicap will be 90% to the top of the class. Entry fee is $15 per person. Send checks — made payable to the Schenectady USBC Youth Association, to Schenectady USBC Bowling Association, 1315 Erie Boulevard, Schenectady, NY, 12305.

Meanwhile, the Schenectady USBC Singles Tournament will also be held at Towne Bowling Academy Nov. 13 at 12:30 p.m. for the bantams and preps and 3 p.m. for the juniors and majors. Entry fee is once again $15 and handicap will be based on 100% of 240. Send checks to the same address as the team event.

Sportsman’s Bowl hosts the Schenectady USBC Women’s Championship Doubles Tournament Oct. 29 (2:30 p.m.) and Oct. 30 (1:30 p.m.). Handicap is 90% of 440 per team. Top prize will be $800, based on 75 teams. Entry fee is $60 per team, plus an optional $10 for the scratch competition. Contact Kristen Zadrozny (518-466-9088) or Sharon Sager (518-376-6677) for more information.

The Schenectady USBC Open Championship is set for Boulevard Bowl with the following dates: Feb. 17 

(6:30 p.m.), Feb. 18 (2:30 p.m.), Feb. 19 (9 a.m., noon, 2:30 p.m.), Feb. 24 (6:30 p.m.), Feb. 25 (2:30 p.m.) and Feb. 26 (9 a.m., noon and 2:30 p.m.).

STRIKES & SPARES

Bob Northrup rolled a handicap triple of 746 to win the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York’s special members-only tournament Sunday at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy. Northrup earned $350. Dustin Burton, who rolled only the second 300 game in the association’s history, finished second with a 741 and earned $180. Others in the 45-player field who cashed were Matt Spain (727, $1009), Dave Morrissey (723, $80), Alan Anderson Jr. (719, $70), Bob Herschel (710, $60) Jeff Sullivan (709, $50), Laurie LaDuke (705, $50) and Mike Stammel Jr. (686, $50).

The Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour kicks off its season Saturday with a Brunswick Youth Experience clinic led by PBA Tour standout Bill O’Neill, Brunswick ball rep Chuck Gardner and Dave Wodka at East Greenbush Bowling Center. The first CDYST event of the season follows the next day with an entry fee of $50 for CDYST members.

The Daily Gazette league, which bowls Tuesdays at noon at Sportsman’s Bowl, has several 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. You can also shoot me a message, if you would prefer.

Town ‘N Country’s Challenge Night, a weekly sweeper, continues next 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.

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.

Sportsman’s Majors is looking for one more team to fill out its 14-team roster. The league bowls Monday nights.

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 Saturday). 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.

Sportsman’s Bowl will host a Tavern Tournament Oct. 23 at 1 p.m. Entry fee for the four-person team event will be $100 per team. Handicap is 100%. First place is $500, based on 28 teams. One in six teams will cash. Contact Sportsman’s Bowl (518-355-4330) for more information.

The Boulevard Bowl Five-Person Baker Tournament has been rescheduled for Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. Handicap (80% of 240) is based on the average of the five bowlers. Entry fee is $150 per team. There will be 12 games of qualifying with the top three advancing into a stepladder finals. Contact Boulevard Bowl for more information.

Towne Bowling Academy hosts the TNBA Trio Tournament Oct. 22-23. First place is $1,500, base on 80 teams. Handicap is 90% of 240. Entry fee is $90 per team, plus optional $10 for handicap singles or scratch singles. Bowlers must be certified by both the TNBA and the USBC. For more information contact Robert Danzy (518-507-2218).

MAJOR BOWLING

Suzie Morine tossed a 279 game during an 824 triple, and Steve Wagoner ripped a 267-765 to lead the City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Chris Fawcett delivered a 279-761, Zach Gravell rolled a 269-752, Tom Siatkowski hammered a 259-732 and B.J. Smith Jr. registered a 300 game during a 730 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

B.J. Smith had another big night in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic with a 289 game and a 992 four-game series Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl. P.J. Derenzo was the runner-up with a 265-934.

Marty Capullo Jr. hammered a 299-1,048 four-game series, Don Herrington produced a 279 game during a 1,041 set, Tom Earl shot a 278-1,017, Billy McGaffin fired a 279-1,015, Ryan Karabin tossed a 258-1,006 and Jackie Malone rolled a 278-989 in the Towne Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

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CITY LEAGUE

Standings

  • Towne Bowling Academy 8-1, ABS 8-1, Downs Roofing 8-1, Falvey Real Estate 8-1, DeCrescente Distributing 7-2, Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet 6-3, Drive Line Motors 5.1-3.5, Broadway Lanes 5-4, WMS Leasing & Property Mgt. 5-4, Sindoni Sausage 4-5, Rollarama 4-5, J&F Lawncare 4-5, 20 North 4-5, Bootlegger’s 3-6, Team 1 3-6, Boulevard Bowl 2-7 Kristel Mechanical 2-7, KKV Recovery 2-7, Da Royalty 1-8, Pete’s Auto 0.5-8.5.

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Match summaries

KKV Recovery (0)

Alyssa Griffin (absent) 190-190-190 — 570, Nick DiCerbo 184-223-214 — 621, Kara Struffolino 195-177-214 — 586, Vinny Struffolino 202-178-196 — 576. Totals: 771-768-814 — 2,353.

Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet (3)

Ed Gumm 203-187-196 — 586, Chip Tashjian 230-227-211 — 668, Brad Lawyer 261-186-201 — 648, Jody Becker 277-177-213 — 667. Totals: 971-777-821 — 2,569.

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J&F Lawncare (1)

Jason Brown 188-191-235 — 614, RJ Martinez 235-223-244 — 702, Nick Stricos 226-258-235 — 719, Steve Hallenbeck 184-170-190 — 544. Totals: 833-842-904 — 2,579.

WMS Leasing & Property (2)

Chad Sutliff 206-238-185 — 629, Stephen Alexander 209-200-167 — 576, Lindsey McPhail 258-192-216 — 666, Tom Egan Jr. 226-246-178 — 650. Totals: 899-876-746 — 2,521.

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20 North (1)

Tommy Donato 221-213-204 — 638, Mark Derenzo 198-183-178 — 559, Bob Martinez 266-156-161 — 583, Don Herrington 175-214-197 — 586. Totals: 860-766-740 — 2,366.

ABS (2)

Jeff Kallner 178-266-265 — 709, Matt Kallner 191-258-165 — 614, Craig Taylor 195-226-202 — 623, Matt Fazzone 191-213-223 — 627. Totals: 755-963-855 — 2,573.

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Drive Line Motors (2.5)

Kate Clark 197-237-232 — 666, Chris Allen 183-211-208 — 602, Rob Beedelson 227-237-203 — 667, John Askew 255-230-176 — 661. Totals: 862-915-819 — 2,596.

Pete’s Auto (0.5)

Chuck Schissler 225-202-191 — 618, Jenn Schissler 222-179-184 — 585, Chris Lee 258-259-229 — 746, Gabe Criscuolo 157-165-208 — 530. Totals: 862-805-812 — 2,479.

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Downs Roofing (3)

David Orzechowski 193-200-177 — 570, Joe Peterson 243-189-218 — 650, Ryan Karabin 256-239-237 — 732, Billy Wigand 221-244-244 — 709. Totals: 913-872-8876 — 2,661.

Bootlegger’s (0)

Cassius Boyd 234-176-188 — 598, Karrie Blake 161-187-215 — 563, Jeremy Noble 242-258-201 — 701, Marc Fowler 256-223-265 — 744. Totals: 893-844-869 — 2,606.

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Rollarama (1)

Ron Paradiso 254-202-248 — 704, Jeremy Clute 21j0-189-203 — 602, Dan Rotter 181-230-247 — 658, Ken LaBelle Jr. 236-247-234 — 717. Totals: 881-868-932 — 2,681.

DeCrescente Distributing (2)

Suzie Morine 279-267-278 — 824, Brian Mariano 245-221-209 — 675, Mark Kuhlkin 243-199-189 — 631, Liz Kuhlkin 234-222-213 — 669. Totals: 1,001-909-889 — 2,799.

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Falvey Real Estate (3)

Lee Aiezza 191-246-201 — 638, Dan Auricchio 215-211-226 — 652, Kenny Livengood 216-201-232 — 649, Jeff Young 191-204-175 — 570. Totals: 813-862-834 — 2,509.

Da Royalty (0)

Nunzi Manuli 166-207-209 — 582, David Squires 181-224-161 — 566, AJ Collins 193-178-192 — 563, Will Cunningham 176-196-204 — 576. Totals: 716-805-766 — 2,287.

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Sindoni Sausage (0)

Scott Chastenay 197-193-201 — 591, Mike Dicerbo 219-218-211 — 648, Rich Strath 209-223-216 — 648, Joe VanDerLinden 226-243-222 — 691. Totals: 851-877-850 — 2,578.

Towne Bowling Academy (3)

Tom Earl 252-202-202 — 656, Tony Palumbo 226-232-223 — 681, Marty Capullo Jr. 258-262-225 — 745, Debbie Capullo 210-201-205 — 616. Totals: 946-897-855 — 2,698.

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Boulevard Bowl (1)

PJ Derenzo 225-170-268 — 663, Derek Foti 245-213-235 — 693, Ken Willkins 244-252-183 — 679, Mike Scaccia 247-213-258 — 718. Totals: 961-848-944 — 2,753.

Broadway Lanes (2)

Roy Vandergobart 180-190-239 — 609, Joe DeVellis 243-239-258 — 740, Steve Wagoner 255-243-267 — 765, Justin Barcomb 234-179-230 — 643. Totals: 912-851-994 — 2,757.

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Team 1 (2)

Patricia Kelly 212-216-202 — 630, Amanda Chrzanowski 183-225-192 — 600, Bob Messick 253-185-191 — 629, Mike Nolan 245-236-303 — 684. Totals: 893-862-788 — 2,543.

Kristel Mechanical (1)

Ed White 202-234-258 — 694, Mel Kristel 256-191-189 — 636, Bryan Kelley 223-246-259 — 728, Jeff Whitehouse 197-181-225 — 603. Totals: 878-852-931 — 2,661.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Precision Floors 10-2, Universal Auto Parts 9-3, VanBuren Enterprises 9-3, Muny Grille 9-3, TSS Printing 9-3, JL Designs 9-3, Team 13 8-4, The Appliance Specialist 7-5, Team 9 6-6, Bob’s Pro Shop 4-8, Metroland Photo 3-9, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 1-11, Team 14 0-12, IDID 0-12.

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Match summaries

JL Designs (4)

Justin Lansing 187-198-247 — 632, Joe DiBiase 215-210-270 — 695, Ron Williams 230-255-216 — 701, Billy McGaffin Jr. 224-204-178 — 606. Totals: 856-867-911 — 2,634.

Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)

Anthony Clay 204-201-212 — 617, Jackielynn Noble 193-190-156 — 539, Jim Petronis 187-172-159 — 518, Thomas Santerry 146-162-223 — 531. Totals: 730-725-750 — 2,205.

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Muny Grille (3)

Jay Diamond 247-213-202 — 662, Dave Bingham 191-201-221 — 613, Mark Ray 201-181-225 — 607, Jamie Diamond 265-227-234 — 726. Totals: 904-822-882 — 2,608.

Team 9 (1)

Jason Deitz 178-193-197 — 573, Aiden Deitz 188-248-221 — 657, Rich Ellis 257-207-190 — 654, Bill Carl 234-174-172 — 580. Totals: 857-827-780 — 2,464.

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Universal Auto Parts (4)

Andy Smith 215-246-211 — 672, Bill Heaphy III 222-231-198 — 651, Chris Fedden 226-236-196 — 658, Chris Smith 231-202-232 — 665. Totals: 894-915-837 — 2,646.

IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 197-180-179 — 566, Jim Valentino 177-181-133 — 491, AJ Perone (absent) 200-200-200 — 600, John Leone 183-208-209 — 600. Totals: 757-769-721 — 2,247.

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TSS Printing (2)

Tyler Mochrie 244-191-174 — 609, Rob Mengel 210-179-235 — 624, Zach Gravell 256-269-227—752, Matt Olson 202-214-183 — 599. Totals: 912-853-819 — 2,584

Metroland Photo (2)

Lee Quivey 150-199-219 — 568, Steve Renzi 153-269-235 — 657, Mike Liberatore 221-223-159 — 603, BJ Smith Jr. 200-230-300 — 730. Totals: 724-921-913 — 2,558.

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Team 13 (1)

Nick Peckowitz 219-279-176 — 674, Tammy Sader 215-192-221 — 628, Rich Rogaski 149-225-215 — 589, Kevin Palmer 210-192-177 — 579. Totals: 793-888-789 — 2,470.

The Appliance Specialist (3)

John Liberatore 171-211-205 — 587, Steve Fawcett 181-190-203 — 574, Melissa Bogholtz 206-200-215 — 621, Chris Fawcett 279-233-149 — 761. Totals: 837-834-872 — 2,543.

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VanBuren Enterprises (4)

Art Van Buren 210-203-226 — 639, Rich Manzer Jr. 204-214-214 — 632, Brian French 256-236-227 — 719, Austin Van Buren 198-201-149 — 548. Totals: 868-854-816 — 2,538.

Team 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.

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Precision Floors (3)

Mike Guidarelli 215-279-227 — 721, Jim Bassotti 206-202-207 — 615, Kim Swiatocha 213-237-225 — 675, Tom Siatkowski 249-259-224 — 732. Totals: 883-977-883 — 2,743.

Bob’s Pro shop (1)

Fred McMahon 209-171-201 — 581, Bob Tedesco Jr. 201-237-172 — 610, Mike Smith 218-217-202 — 637, Brian Admire 258-196-228 — 682. Totals: 886-821-803 — 2,510.

TOWNE MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Solid Surface 59-21, Towne Bowling Academy 55-25, Team 5 52.5-27.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 52-28, Sindoni Sausage 49-31, Battenkill Motors 47-33, Broadway Lunch 45-35, Next Level Detailing 44-36, Unbreakable Nutrition 42-38, TSS Printing & Awards 41-39, Never Enough Performance 40-40, My Three Sons 39-41, Sportsman’s Bowl 37-43, A Plus Heating No. 2 34-46, JLD 34-46, Team 14 32.5-47.5, T.J. Bell Environmental 32.5-475, ABS 30-50, Rogers Motorsports 18.5-61.5, A Plus Heating No. 1 16-64.

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Match summaries

Broadway Lunch (12)

Renee Earl 217-138-180-214 — 749, Tom Earl 278-246-255-238 — 1017. Totals: 532-421-472-489 — 1,914.

T.J. Bell Environmental (8)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 165-180-204-183 — 732, Mike Kamm 200-194-221-239 — 854. Totals: 431-440-491-488 — 1,850.

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Next Level Detailing (8)

Kim Swiatocha 205-245-180-238 — 868, John Leone 211-186-223-202 — 822. Totals: 443-458-430-467 — 1,798.

My Three Sons (12)

Patricia Kelly 226-192-256-173 — 847, Scott Rogers 238-179-216-203 — 836. Totals: 499-406-507-411 — 1,823.

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Solid Surface (14)

Cheyanne Zullo 279-151-213-199 — 842, Marty Capullo Jr. 269-299-247-233 — 1,048. Totals: 571-473-483-455 — 1,982.

JLD (6)

Amber Brophy 206-197-194-181 — 778, Billy McGaffin 244-279-258-234 — 1, 015. Totals: 482-508-484-447 — 1,921.

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Towne Bowling Academy (7)

Debbie Capullo 185-222-256-238 — 871, Ryan Gahan 192-237-223-179 — 831. Totals: 401-483-473-441 — 1,798.

A Plus Heating No. 2 (13)

Victoria Shufelt 259-173-279-178 — 889, Zack Porter 214-217-243-227 — 901. Totals: 503-420-552-435 — 1,910.

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A Plus Heating No. 1 (8)

Michelle Largeteau 119-136-122-164 — 541, Tony Pasquerella 130-201-182-184 — 697. Totals: 381-469-436-480 — 1,766.

Team 14 (12)

Ursula Pasquerella 181-191-241-192 — 805, Joe Venduro 195-185-226-206 — 812. Totals: 427-427-518-449 — 1,821.

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Sindoni Sausage (13)

Liz Kuhlkin 225-278-233-248 — 984, Joe VanDerLinden 204-209-256-215 — 884. Totals: 435-493-495-469 — 1,892.

Unbreakable Nutrition (7)

Niki Battistoni (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760, Peter Battistoni 206-257-216-221 — 900. Totals: 442-493-452-457 — 1,844.

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TSS Printing & Awards (18)

Jackie Malone 239-247-278-225 — 989, Paul Dumas 244-192-212-235 — 883. Totals: 516-472-523-493 — 2,004.

Rogers Motorsports (2)

Kelly Chrzanowski 194-191-154-175 — 714, Tom Rogers 195-202-223-187 — 807. Totals: 195-202-223-187 — 807. Totals: 449-453-437-422 — 1,761.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (9)

Erika Poje 178-223-193-190 — 784, Dan Knutti 209-220-188-185 — 802. Totals: 440-496-434-428 — 1,798.

Never Enough Performance (11)

Kate Clark 214-192-225-173 — 804, Dave McLear 208-205-230-208 — 851. Totals: 459-434-492-418 — 1,803.

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ABS (2)

Natasha Fazzone 187-206-213-204 — 810, Matt Fazzone 219-208-197-259 — 883. Totals: 436-444-440-493 — 1,813.

Battenkill Motors (18)

Laura Rotter 257-182-224-211 — 874, Ryan Karabin 258-247-244-257 — 1,006. Totals: 542-456-495-495 — 1,988.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (12)

Lindsey McPhail 210-259-241-217 — 927, Don Herrington 258-279-236-268 — 1,041. Totals: 492-562-501-509 — 2,064.

Team 5 (8)

Amanda Chrzanowski 249-268-191-278 — 986, John Askew 252-238-206-255 — 951. Totals: 524-529-420-556 — 2,029.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Masons Automotive 10-5, Derenzo’s Tax Service 10-5, Boulevard Bowl 8-7, Kalpro 8-7, MBM Motorsports 5-10, D.A. Parisi & Co. 4-11.

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Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 258-213-265-198 — 934, Mark Derenzo 166-258-174-190 — 788, Don Cross 180-188-203-196 — 767. Totals: 604-659-642-584 — 2,489.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 194-211-199-247 — 851, Kyle Wilkins 206-206-194-218 — 824, Joe Carusone 202-169-178-245 — 794. Totals: 602-586-571-710 — 2,469.

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D.A. Parisi & Co. (2)

John Mecca 219-225-214-199 — 857, Jeff Williams 203-205-190-187 — 785, Ken Wilkins 184-179-182-162 — 707. Totals: 606-609-586-548 — 2,349.

MBM Motorsports (3)

Zach Mecca 213-160-158-202 — 733, Tony Bianchi 181-187-212-188 — 768, Tom Girard 224-227-204-236 — 891. Totals; 618-574-574-626 — 2,392.

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Boulevard Bowl (1)

Michael Scaccia 188-213-205-248 — 854, Brian Hart 238-181-221-168 — 808, Derek Foti (absent) 190-190-190-190—760. Totals: 616-584-616-606 — 2,422.

Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 171-236-200-127 — 734, Robin Fredenburgh 202-203-212-245 — 862, B.J. Smith Jr. 289-208-269-226 — 992. Totals: 662-647-681-598 — 2,586.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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