<> In the Pocket: Ventura to speak at Hall of Fame and Awards dinner | The Daily Gazette
 

Subscriber login

Sports

In the Pocket: Ventura to speak at Hall of Fame and Awards dinner

In the Pocket: Ventura to speak at Hall of Fame and Awards dinner

Bob Weiner's latest bowling column
In the Pocket: Ventura to speak at Hall of Fame and Awards dinner

President Bill Nolan, association manager Lloyd Denny and the Schenectady USBC board of directors have been nearly as busy as Santa Claus and his elves this month, planning their numerous special events for the second half of the season and beyond.

The association’s Youth Team Tournament is set for Feb. 9 at Towne Bowling Academy, and the Schenectady USBC Open Tournament, its marquee event, is scheduled for Feb. 7-16 at Boulevard Bowl. For the first time, bowlers in the men’s, women’s and mixed divisions will have the opportunity to participate in brackets during that tourney, which opened its field to bowlers from outside the association in recent years and had an extremely successful run a year ago.

The association’s Women’s Championship Singles Tournament will be held March 14-15 at Sportsman’s Bowl.

But even bigger than all the previous special tournaments is the 96th annual New York State Open Championships, including team, doubles, singles and all-events, at Boulevard Bowl. Association members will be heavily involved in this state-wide venture, which runs on four weekends from April 18-May 17.

More on the state tournament — which, believe it or not, has already booked up one of its squads — a little later. But speaking of Santa, the Schenectady USBC confirmed this week that Santa Sammy, better known as veteran PBA50 standout and regional tournament promoter Sam Ventura, will be the guest speaker for the Schenectady USBC Hall of Fame and Awards Dinner June 25 at Water’s Edge Lighthouse Restaurant in Glenville.

The popular Ventura, who lives in Syracuse, is well known in Capital Region elite bowling circles, as he often competes in local events. For example, he’s bringing a couple of squads here Sunday for the Towne Bowling Academy Handicap Team Tournament.

Ventura also runs numerous senior events in central New York, and sometimes even brings those tournaments here.

Ventura is extremely involved in all aspects of bowling. Currently the head bowling coach at Bainbridge-Guilford High School, he also runs Ventura’s Promotions. His mantra is “Making people enjoy bowling one bowler at a time.”

The former pro shop manager at Caz Sports Bowl went to Thomas R. Proctor Senior High School and studied business and broadcasting at both Mohawk Community College and Herkimer Community College.

Ventura’s family obligations prevented him from bowling on the PBA Tour when he was younger, but he was very successful in the “mega-bucks” tournaments like the Super Hoinke and other high-roller and eliminator events, winning several titles.

Ventura, 61, owns nine PBA50 regional titles. He’s a two-time PBA50 East Region Player of the Year (2012 and 2014), and was named the 2019 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award winner.

Ventura finished second in two national tournaments this past season, the PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open and the South Shore Open. He was third in the 2018 PBA60 Dick Weber Championship.

Ventura has earned more than $165,000 on the PBA50 tour.

“It will be fun for all,” Ventura said about being the Schenectady USBC HOF Dinner guest speaker. “I’m looking so forward to it.”

STATE SENIOR NOTES

The NYS Open Championships, sponsored by the MOTIV bowling equipment company, is hoping to draw as many as 250 five-person teams to the Capital Region. Entry fee is $200 per team, $80 per doubles tandem, $40 per person for singles and $10 per person for all-events. Bowlers can sign up until a week before the participation date. There will be no walk-up entries.

Handicap will be based on the team handicap method, which is 90% of the difference in the cumulative averages and 1,150 in the team division 1 event, 460 in the doubles division 1 event and 230 in the singles division 1 event.

There will be two divisions for each event. In team, Division 1 will be for averages of 1,001 and over (1,150-plus bowls scratch), and division 2 is 1,000 and under. In doubles, division 1 is 401 and over (460-plus bowls scratch) and division 2 is 400 and under. In singles, division 1 is 201 average and over (230-plus bowls scratch), while division 2 is 200 average and under.

There will be both scratch and handicap brackets.

For more information, contact New York State USBC association manager Mike Pettinella at 55 Edgewood Drive, Batavia, N.Y., 14020, at [email protected] or at 585-343-3736. You can send checks or money orders to Pettinella at that address.

Although this prestigious tournament seems well down the road, it will be here before you know it. As previously mentioned, the one of the April 25 doubles and singles squads is already booked up.

All tournament information and entry blanks can be found on the Schenectady USBC web page at www.usbc-sba.com. The Schenectady USBC can be contacted at [email protected] or at 518-370-0614.

STRIKES & SPARES

Keith Billetts and Mike Stammel Jr. combined to shoot 1,429 and split $900 for winning the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York doubles tournament over 46 other teams at Uncle Sam Lanes Sunday. Other tandems that cashed included Bill Barthelmas and Zach Phillips (1,367, $440), Todd Paulsen and Michele Paulsen (1,362, $220), Craig Paulsen and Brett Paulsen (1,344, $170), Deedee Thibodeau and Joe Thibodeau (1,325, $150), Larry Alix and Phil Williams (1,309, $140), Kevin Billetts Sr. and Jeremy Billetts (1,305, $120), Nicole Graham and Steve Clow (1,304, $120) and Dolly Newman and Alan Anderson (1,300, $120). Six other teams received a $40 gift card to The Warehouse at Huck Finn. The next A.L.B.A.N.Y. event will be a singles tournament Jan. 12 at 9:30 at Town & Country Lanes.

The New York State USBC is awarding 16 scholarships, ranging from $75 to $4,000, to youth bowlers for the 2019-20 season. They include the following categories: Graduating Seniors, Youth Spirit Award (grades 9-11), Future Stars Award (grades 5-8) and Future Stars Award (grades kindergarten-4). Some of these awards can be obtained by simply sending in an electronic “selfie” explaining why you like to bowl. Some involve an online questionnaire, and others are nominated by coaches. All submissions must be in by Feb. 1. To learn more, go to www.bowlny.com-youth scholarships.

Marianne DiRupo and Patrick Allen have been elected to the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in the superior performance category. DiRupo, 52, won eight titles, including three majors, on the Professional Women’s Bowling Association Tour and was the PWBA Rookie of the Year. She also won a USBC Women’s Championship. Allen, 49, won 13 times on the PBA Tour, including two majors. The lefty was also recently inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame and was a member of Team USA from 2008-2012, when he earned numerous medals in international competition.

Hometown Lanes in Mechanicville hosts the sixth annual Women’s Capital District 700 Tournament Jan. 11 at 1 p.m. The event is open to all women who have bowled a 700 triple in the Troy, Albany or Schenectady adult association. Entry forms are available at Boulevard Bowl, Towne Bowling Academy and Sportsman’s Bowl. Contact Diane Morrell (518-664-8119) for more information.

Boulevard Bowl will host a Rock N Bowl Fundraiser for the Albany Veterans Club Jan. 19 at 1 p.m. (noon registration). Bowling for the five-person team tournament is just $10 per person. A few NFL players are expected to be on hand to sign some autographs, and there will be a drawing for two Super Bowl game tickets (not including hotel or airfare). Those tickets are currently available at Boulevard for $25. For more information, call Boulevard at 518-374-4171.

Sportsman’s Bowl is hosting a Ladies 500 Club Snowball Bowl Scotch Doubles Tournament Jan. 11 at 1 p.m. Entry forms are available a Boulevard Bowl, Towne Bowling Academy and Sportsman’s Bowl. For additional information, contact Marie Moorhead at 518-399-3063.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 10th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. In total, there will be 23 squads over 14 days through January 26. Top prize will be $4,000 guaranteed. There also will be an optional singles event, using your team score. First place for the singles event will be $450. A 3-6-9 jackpot and a scratch high game jackpot also will be available. Entry fee is $40 per person for the team event, $15 for optional singles and $10 for the 3-6-9 and high-game jackpots. Handicap will be 90 percent of 225, with a maximum of 50 pins per game. Call 518-355-3606 for more information.

Town & Country Lanes’ fourth annual 5-Man Baker Tournament is scheduled for Jan. 5 at 11 a.m. Entry fee is $150 per team. Format is 12 games to qualify, with the top six advancing to best-of-three match play. Top prize is $750, based on 20 teams. Handicap is 80% of 240.

The 26th annual Capital District 600 Clubs Tournament is set for Jan. 25 at noon at East Greenbush Bowling Center. Participants must be a member of the Electric City 600, Capital City 600 or Troy 600 Clubs. Entry forms are available at Boulevard Bowl, Sportsman’s Bowl and Towne Bowling Academy. Bowlers who have rolled a 600 triple and are not yet a member of the Electric City 600 Club should contact Marianne Hogle (518-393-8907).

Sportsman’s Bowl’s rescheduled 5-Man Baker Tournament will be held Jan. 19 at noon. Entry fee is $175 per team. First place will be $1,000. Six teams will advance to the finals after the 12-game qualifier. Handicap will be based on 90% of a 240 average.

MAJOR BOWLING

Steve Wagoner put together a 280-797 triple, Mark Ray rolled a 26-781, Craig Taylor delivered a 276-777 and Natasha Bidwell topped the women with a 278-760 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Jay Diamond produced a 268-775 triple, and Jim Petronis ripped a 267-757 to lead the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Brian Hart recorded a 279-1,013 four-game series, Jack Scaccia Jr. tossed a 258-944 and Keith Lawyer slammed a 279-941 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

Jessica Aiezza recorded a 277-1,004 four-game series, regional pro Don Herrington fired a 278-995, Joe VanDerLinden shot a 269-992 and Joe Wolf ripped a 969 in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy. Herrington and Lindsey McPhail wrapped up the first-half championship for Revolutions Pro Shop.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 30-12, Towne Bowling Academy 27-15, 20 North 26.5-15.5, Downs Roofing 26-16, Vito Sindoni & Son 25.5-16.5, Broadway Lanes 25-17, J&F Lawn Care 25-17, Falvey Real Estate 24.5-17.5, Mohawk Honda 23-19, Bedrock Construction 20-22, Rollarama 18-24, Kristel Mechanic 17-25, Boulevard Bowl 15.5-26.5, A Plus Heating 13-29, D&D Lawncare 11.5-30.5, Action Bowling Supply 8.5-33.5
Match summaries
D&D Lawncare (0)
Karrie Blake 180-227-167 — 574, Laura Rotter 227-214-200 — 641, Bill Judge 236-233-215 — 684, Carol Crandall 191-196-181 — 568. Totals: 834-870-763 — 2,467.
DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 221-224-220 — 665, Mark Kuhlkin 257-246-191 — 694, Scott Rogers 234-276-259 — 769, Liz Kuhlkin 236-237-237 — 710. Totals: 948-983-907 — 2,838.
———
Bedrock Construction (3)
Jim Geiger 181-230-201 — 612, Kris Impellizzeri 218-235-217 — 670, Steve Wagoner 268-249-280 — 797, Eric Stangle 225-226-225 — 676. Totals: 892-940-923 — 2,755.
Falvey Real Estate (0)
Dan Auricchio 198-216-258 — 672, John Walther III 203-203-163 — 569, Jeff Young 210-153-258 — 621, Ron Unser 22-243-203 — 668. Totals: 833-815-882 — 2,530.
———
Downs Roofing (2)
Chris Tinkle 226-275-210 — 711, Nick Barnes 195-265-244 — 704, Ryan Karabin 224-220-203 — 647, Steve Horwedel 212-202-234 — 648. Totals: 857-962-891 — 2,710.
20 North (1)
Marc LeClair 267-160-201 — 628, Kenny Livengood 212-236-231 — 679, Jody Becker 192-223-172 — 587, Tommy Donato 267-203-190 — 660. Totals: 938-822-794 — 2,554.
———
Mohawk Honda (3)
Ed Gumm 206-245-170 — 621, Chip Tashjian 238-163-246 — 647, Ken LaBelle Jr. 205-204-247 — 656, Mark Ray 268-265-248 — 781. Totals: 917-877-911 — 2,705.
A Plus Heating & Cooling (0)
Marc Fowler 227-192-224 — 643, Mike Nolan 245-208-196 — 649, Bob Faragon 157-254-192 — 603, Bill Nolan 192-193 — 385, Phil Kilmartin 190 game. Totals: 819-846-805 — 2,470.
———
J&F Lawn Care (1)
Jason Brown 201-207-226 — 634, R.J. Martinez 205-172-183 — 560, Nick Stricos 212-179-219 — 610, Steve Hallenbeck 214-202-190 — 606. Totals: 832-760-818 — 2410.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 213-173-234 — 620, Zach Strachan 237-200-157 — 594, Ken Wilkins 183-204-137 — 524, Derek Foti 204-206-178 — 588. Totals: 837-783-706 — 2,326,
———
Action Bowling Supply (1)
Rit Fazzone 198-181-184 — 563, Bob Messick 197-247-187 — 631, Natasha Bidwell 248-234-278 — 760, Matt Fazzone 209-267-195 — 671. Totals: 852-829-844 — 2,625.
Rollarama (2)
Keith Lawyer 207-159-184 — 550, Dan Rotter 217-220-212 — 649, Craig Taylor 227-276-274 — 777, Tony Palumbo 256-231-193 — 680. Totals: 907-886-863 — 2,656.
———
Kristel Mechanic (0)
Mel Kristel 206-183-215 — 604, Jeff Whitehouse 235-156-222 — 613, Ed White 218-235-201 — 654, Bryan Kelley 173-207-277 — 657. Totals: 832-781-915 — 2,528.
Vito Sindoni & Son (3)
Scott Chastenay 213-233-176 — 622, Mike DiCerbo 207-269-224 — 700, Rich Strath 236-234-279 — 749, Joe VanDerLinden 215-226-247 — 688. Totals: 871-962-926 — 2,759.
———
Towne Bowling Academy (1)
Tom Earl 225-217-234 — 676, Tom DiBell 258-219-181 — 658, Marty Capullo Jr. 213-209-258 — 680, Debbie Capullo 192-237-173 — 602. Totals: 888-882-846 — 2,616.
Broadway Lanes (2)
Mark Ross 258-225-225 — 708, Helen Waite 235-225-208 — 668, Roy Vanderbogart 213-231-190 — 634, Justin Barcomb 206-212-213 — 631. Totals: 912-893-836 — 2,641.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Muny Grille 43-13, Next Level Detailing 41-15, Metroland Photo 36-20, Madison Grille 34-22, Team No. 5 31-25, Universal Auto Parts 29-27, Mike’s Hot Dogs 28-28, Bob’s Pro Shop 26-30, Team No. 10 25-31, The Appliance Specialist 21-35, I.D.I.D. 16-40, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 6-50.
Match summaries
Next Level Detailing (3)
Mike Guidarelli 193-269-206 — 668, Jim Bassotti 226-206-214 — 646, Tom Siatkowski 257-237-236 ‑730, Matt Swiatocha 246-215-203 — 664. Totals: 922-927-859 — 2,708.
Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)
Doug Semerad 152-208-174 — 534, Tammy Sader 191-234-224 — 649, Mike Giaquinto 205-200-230 — 635, Kevin Palmer 216-245-258 — 719. Totals: 764-887-886 — 2,537.
———
Bob’s Pro Shop (0)
Fred McMahon 179-212-222 — 613, John Leone 165-217-203 — 585, Bob Tedesco Jr. 274-191-206 — 671, Mike Smith 199-213-221 — 633. Totals: 817-833-852 — 2,502.
Madison Grille (4)
Nick Kallner 184-206-208 — 598, Zach Porter 226-233-204 — 663, Len Reyngoudt 237-238-211 — 686, Chris Mazone 239-211-279 — 729. Totals: 886-888-902 — 2,676.
———
The Appliance Specialist (0)
Mike Liberatore 195-190-203 — 588, Melissa Bogholtz 191-202-195 — 588, Chris Fawcett 205-225-252 — 682, Vacant 191-191-191 — 573. Totals: 782-808-841 — 2,431.
Muny Grille (4)
Jay Diamond 268-259-248 — 775, Dave Bingham 208-224-206 — 638, John Musto Jr. 269-194-192 — 655, Jamie Diamond 237-211-203 — 651. Totals: 982-888-849 — 2,711.
———
Klonowski’s Pro Shop (0)
Doug Bywater 139-156-180 — 475, Ted Klonowski 190-167-264 — 621, Jason Lott 211-232-203 — 646, Jim Petronis 247-243-267 — 757. Totals: 787-798-914 — 2,499.
Team No. 10 (4)
Zach Gravell 247-211-243 — 701, Rob Mengel 165-237-217 — 619, Cory Buckley 218-227-225 — 670, Tyler Mochrie 221-277-246 — 744. Totals: 851-952-931 — 2,734.
———
Universal Auto Parts (4)
Andy Smith 299-201-204 — 704, Dave Henderson 203-204-205 — 612, Chris Smith, Chris Fedden 235-253-215 — 703. Totals: 983-904-872 — 2,759.
Metroland Photo (0)
Lee Quivey 207-244-166 — 617, Steve Renzi 196-214-215 — 625, Bill Heaphy III 249-224-225 — 698, Mike Gallitelli 201-205-214 — 620. Totals: 853-887-820 — 2,560.
———
Team No. 5 (4)
Christian Chiarito 205-195-247 — 647, Kalynn Carl 248-207-223 — 678, Bill Carl 201-241-217 — 659, Justin Carl 265-217-215 — 697. Totals: 919-860-902 — 2,681.
I.D.I.D. (0)
Tony Fernandez 183-185-190 — 558, Flash Gordon 167-184-166 — 517, Mike Piotrowski 202-214-232 — 648, Zach Phillips 205-221-194 — 620. Totals: 757-804-782 — 2,343.

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Masons Automotive 52-23, Downs Roofing 50-25, Boulevard Bowl 45-30, Kalpro 38-37, D.A. Parisi & Co. 35-40, Town & Country Lanes 34-41, Ledies 33-42, Bye 13-62.
Match summaries
Ledies (1)
Kathy Bryk 172-254-180-232 — 838, Mark Hansen 204-192-202-201 — 799, Dan Bryk 205-186-205-248 — 844. Totals: 581-632-587-681 — 2,481.
Town & Country Lanes (4)
Terry Ray 235-231-236-212 — 914, Phil James 247-189-202-214 — 852, Jack Scaccia Jr. 223-233-258-230 — 944. Totals: 705-653-696-656 — 2,710.
———
D.A. Parisi & Co. (5)
John Mecca 192-203-189-205 — 789, Jeff Williams 234-267-200-205 — 906, Ken Wilkins 201-191-265-201 858. Totals: 627-661-654-611 — 2,553.
Bye (0)
No one bowled
———
Masons Automotive (2)
Don Herrington 204-134-213-247 — 798, Robin Fredenburgh 196-266-209-216 — 887, Zachary Gravell 185-232-193-225 — 835. Totals: 585-632-15-688 — 2,520.
Downs Roofing (3)
Ryan Karabin 212-202-192-181 — 787, Tony Bianchi 248-247-213-224 — 932, Phil Kilmartin 237-195-189-222 — 843. Totals: 697-644-594-627 — 2,562.
———
Boulevard Bowl (3)
Mike Scaccia 187-222-230-249 — 888, Brian Hart 231-225-279-278 — 1,013, Derek Foti 204-246-252-154 — 856. Totals: 622-693-761-681 — 2,757.
Kalpro (2)
Keith Lawyer 171-246-279-245 — 941, Kyle Wilkins 157-225-225-207 — 814, Joe Carusone 158-232-188-233 — 811. Totals: 486-703-692-685 — 2,566.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Revolutions Pro Shop 206.5-113.5, Sindoni Sausage 18-132, DeCrescente Distributing 186-134, Strike & Spare Pro Shop 182.5-137.5, Capital District Mobile Vet 182-138, A Touch of Country Florist 175.5-144.5, Next Level Detailing 172.5-147.5, Towne Bowling Academy 171-149, Never Enough Performance 166-154, Bellevue Builder 163-157, Solid Surface 161.5-158.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 156-164, Boulevard Bowl 150.5-169.5, Jackie Goodell Keller Williams 1495-170.5, 15 Church 144-176, Pete’s Auto Parts 140.5-179.5, Loyal Nutrition 132-188, 518 Auto 128.5-191.5, GPC Solar Control 127.5-192.5, A Plus Heating & Cooling 114-206.
Match summaries
Pete’s Auto Parts (8)
Jenn Schissler 160-235-248-226 — 869, Chuckie Schissler 172-234-172-159 — 737. Totals: 373-510-461-426 — 1,770.
15 Church (12)
Aliyah Liberatore 210-223-156-190 — 779, Ben Empie 166-177-193-173 — 709. Totals: 453-477-426-440 — 1,796.
———
518 Auto (5)
Jordan Byrnes 204-267-201-222 — 894, Kenny Livengood 210-173-199-213 — 795. Totals: 434-460-420-455 — 1,769.
Loyal Nutrition (15)
Amber Dominic 197-191-209-226 — 823, Vinny Struffolino 243-236-179-169 — 827. Totals: 495-482-443-450 — 1,870
———
GPC Solar Control (11)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 148-125-119-124 — 516, Gabe Criscuolo 244-241-225-236 — 946. Totals: 470-444-422-438 — 1,774.
A Plus Heating & Cooling (9)
Michelle Largeteau 142-182-155-122 — 601, Tony Pasquerella 213-204-140-170 — 727. Totals: 467-498-407-404 — 1,328.
———
Revolutions Pro Shop (10)
Lindsey McPhail 203-181-194-234 — 812, Don Herrington 237-213-267-278 — 995. Totals: 460-414-481-532 — 1,887.
DeCrescente Distributing (10)
Jessica Aiezza 235-256-277-236 — 1,004, Scott Rogers 204-191-237-247 — 879. Totals: 450-458-525-494 — 1,927.
———
Strike & Spare Pro Shop (7)
Jackie Malone 258-258-172-201 — 889, Craig Schoonmaker 192-215-218-224 — 849. Totals: 467-490-407-442 — 1,806.
Sindoni Sausage (13)
Liz Kuhlkin 207-205-230-238 — 880, Joe VanDerLinden 238-237-248-269 — 992. Totals: 450-447-483-512 — 1892.
———
Capital District Mobile Vet (11)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 248-192-252-227 — 919, John Askew 203-214-239-215 — 871. Totals: 472-427-512-463 — 1,874.
Next Level Detailing (9)
Kim Swiatocha 238-159-179-204 — 780, Matt Swiatocha 223-237-247-255 — 962. Totals: 487-422-452-485 — 1,742.
———
A Touch of Country Florist (17)
Janelle Irwin 226-248-237-247 — 958, Steve Irwin 222-248-203-210 — 883. Totals: 487-535-479-496 — 1,997.
Solid Surface (3)
Cheyanne McPhail 202-225-224-180 — 831, Austin Zullo 206-218-229-190 — 843. Totals: 454-489-499-416 — 1,858.
———
Bellevue Builder (5.5)
Ursula Pasquerella 168-232-199-218 — 817, Bill Nolan 217-190-218-229 — 854. Totals: 433-470-465-495 — 1,863.
Towne Bowling Academy (14.5)
Debbie Capullo 205-245-226-255 — 931, Tony Palumbo 179-239-234-235 — 887. Totals: 409-509-485-515 — 1,918.
———
Never Enough Performance (13)
Kate Clark 207-215-242-257 — 921, Dave McLear 216-244-177-264 — 901. Totals: 459-495-455-557 — 1,966.
Sportsman’s Bowl (7)
Erika Poje 167-195-214-182 — 758, Joe Wolf 207-259-257-246 — 969. Totals: 422-502-519-476 — 1,919.
———
Boulevard Bowl (5)
Lisa Rathbun-Read 192-161-228-225 — 806, Cliff Ruth 202-192-232-258 — 884. Totals: 444-403-510-533 — 1,890.
Jackie Goodell Keller Williams (15)
Nicole D’Amario 189-185-198-214 — 786, Tom Rogers 224-235-267-202 — 928. Totals: 465-472-517-468 — 1,922.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected] or @BobWeiner58 on Twitter.

View Comments
Hide Comments
0 premium 1 premium 2 premium 3 premium article articles remaining SUBSCRIBE TODAY
Thank you for reading. You have reached your 30-day premium content limit.
Continue to enjoy Daily Gazette premium content by becoming a subscriber or if you are a current print subscriber activate your online access.