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In the Pocket: Musto doesn’t dwell on past

In the Pocket: Musto doesn’t dwell on past

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In the Pocket: Musto doesn’t dwell on past
John Musto Jr.
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Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer John Musto Jr. doesn’t especially enjoy living in the past or recounting all of his career achievements, even though his resume and statistics jump from the page.

One of the area’s all-time best keglers is still knocking down the pins with regularity, and he still loves competing with the best, as long as its with a group of old friends. It’s all about having fun with his buddies and winning as a team for this guy.

Monday night, the 55-year-old Mohonasen High School grad led the high-powered Sportsman’s Majors league with a 780 triple, including games of 289 and 287. He’s currently fifth in average (229) in that league, where he’s content to slide in among the upper tier competitors without much fanfare.

But at one time, Musto was one of the very best bowlers in area history. A high-rev cranker for much of his career, these days he’s probably considered more of a tweener in terms of bowling style. After all, he’s not a kid any more, and he’s only a year removed from knee replacement surgery.

“I’m only bowling once a week really, although I’m filling in sometimes on Saturday nights,” Musto said. “I took a year off when I had total knee replacement surgery, and this is my second year back. The surgery went pretty well. The rehab was a pain, but it’s fine now. I think I’m pretty much back to where I was. Last year, I felt a little off. Now, I feel fine.”

Musto used to bowl quite frequently but now has other priorities.

“I cut my bowling back to one night a week for the last 20 years so that I could spend as much time as I could with my wonderful family — my wife, Erin, daughter, Marissa, and sons Anthony and Zachary,” he said.

The Musto name is familiar to most Capital Region bowling fans. He and his sister, fellow Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Jodi Musto, still own the national USBC record for most perfect games thrown by a brother-sister tandem. According to the record book, their family total is 97 300s, with John tossing 57 of them. But in reality, he’s got a lot more. He’s just not sure how many, and really doesn’t care.

Jodi Musto is undoubtedly among the top five women bowlers in area history, leading the nation in scoring average and winning numerous major events, like the 2010 NYS Queens Championship. Her career accomplishments are simply extraordinary. But that’s another story we’ve told many times in this space over the years.

Meanwhile, John admits that he enjoys owning part of that sibling’s record, but he knows scoring conditions have changed dramatically over the years.

“Actually, I have no idea of the actual number of perfect games I have,” he said. “I’ve thrown many in different areas, and I just don’t keep track. It was a big deal way back when. At that time, it meant something to me, and those things still mean something, but it was a long time ago.

“Back when I used to throw all those perfect games, everyone in the bowling alley stopped to take notice once you got seven or eight strikes in a row. Those last 3-4 shots were tough, because everyone stopped and stayed quiet. It was a little different throwing the ball under those conditions, and you got a bigger reaction when you threw the 300. Now, someone might be throwing a 300 game right next to you, and you won’t even notice.”

Musto learned the game from his father when he was about 5 years old and bowled in the Sportsman’s junior program as a kid. He competed on the Mohonasen High School varsity for two or three years, and one of his teammates was fellow Schenectady USBC Hall of Famer Mike Smith.
After high school, Musto began working for Price Chopper and also started taking bowling seriously, tossing big numbers throughout all the Schenectady major leagues.

“I started bowling in the Vitalo Classic on Saturday nights, and I also bowled at the old Revere Lanes [now defunct] on Monday nights,” Musto recalled. “I also bowled in the Capital District All Star league, when they used to have a really tough draft. They had a list of about 40 bowlers, and sometimes, there were still 15-20 very good bowlers that didn’t get drafted.”

Musto also bowled Tuesday nights with the late Jimmy Burch at Boulevard Bowl. He competed Monday nights in the City League at Towne Bowling Academy, bowled at Hometown Lanes in Mechanicville for the last three years, and now is a mainstay in that Sportsman’s Majors league.

Speaking of the Sportsman’s Majors, Musto has rolled 25 perfect games in that league alone, including his first one in 1988. His Muny Grille team recorded a league-record 3,125 series in 2017 and also set a league record for points won (103) and team average (950.79) in 2017. Currently, Muny Grille has won the league championship in three consecutive seasons.

Musto also owns the league’s all-time best triple, an 879, in 2002. That score was also the Schenectady USBC record at that time. He rolled a pair of 300s, with a 279 in the middle.

Since 2000, Musto has rolled 29 300 games and 17 800 series, according to bowl.com records.

Musto became the first local bowler to throw back-to-back perfect games — he accomplished that feat twice — and once averaged as high as 237. Although he competed in local scratch tournaments as a youngster, he never won a Northern Bowlers Association singles crown, although he did finish second numerous times.

Musto recalls once shooting an 800 triple in a tournament at Redwood Lanes that was in memory of Skip Vigars Sr.

“I think that was the best I ever bowled in any tournament,” he said. “The way the lanes were, I couldn’t play my usual inside line on the right lane. I had to use a plastic ball from the first arrow. But I also had to use a different ball on the left lane, shooting between the third and fourth arrows. We had to move pairs, and it was very challenging. That one match sticks out for me for one reason.”

Musto has been a part of many team championships beyond the Sportsman’s Majors, including numerous league titles in the old Schenectady league and the Boulevard Classic.

“The thing I love to do the best now is go on the road with a bunch of friends and compete in team tournaments. We go with maybe 10 guys for a couple of days, and we switch up the teams. That’s a lot of fun for me, especially bowling with good friends,” Musto said.

“I really don’t keep track of my personal records, but it still feels good to bowl with my friends. I will stop bowling when my body stops, or when my friends stop bowling with me.”

KUHLKIN HONORED AGAIN

Schalmont High School and Nebraska graduate Liz Kuhlkin, 26, earned a spot on the prestigious Team USA squad for the third straight season, it was announced Tuesday night.

Kuhlkin couldn’t compete in the Team USA trials in Las Vegas because she was recuperating from pneumonia. She was chosen based on her past performances and extraordinary resume, which includes a pair of Professional Women’s Bowling Association titles, including a major, and a strong previous history in bowling for her country. Kuhlkin won a gold medal in the World Women’s Championships Trios competition last year. She also has been a member of the Junior Team USA squad and continues to hold the national high-triple record for women with an 890.

STRIKES & SPARES

If you are interested in watching many of the area’s top high school bowlers as a preview for next month’s sectionals, stop into Boulevard Bowl Friday at 3:30 p.m. for the Schenectady Invitational. Twenty schools are competing.

The University at Albany’s women’s basketball team will host its third annual Great Danes Bowling Classic Jan. 26 at Town & Country Lanes. Cost is $200 per team or $50 per individual. Individuals can stop by for lunch for $25. Each team will have a celebrity bowler from the UAlbany basketball team. Entry fee includes bowling, food, awards ceremony, T-shirt, giveaways and bowling class memento gifts. There also will be a silent auction.

For more information, contact Kaitlin Lewis at 518-442-3050 or [email protected].

Upcoming Schenectady USBC tournaments include the 13th annual Youth Team Tournament Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. at Towne Bowling Academy, and the Open Tournament Feb. 7-Feb. 16 at Boulevard Bowl. Entry blanks appear on the Schenectady USBC website, www.usbc-sba.com. Schenectady USBC board of directors will be visiting league bowlers at Boulevard Bowl, Sportsman’s Bowl and Towne Bowling Academy next week to promote the Open Tournament and run a fundraiser ball raffle.

Reservations are filling up fast for the Scratch Doubles tournament Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. at Kingpin’s Alley Family Fun Center in South Glens Falls. There are already 32 teams signed up. The field is limited to 63 teams. Top prize is $2,000. Qualifying will be five games across 10 lanes. One in five teams advance to the single-game bracket finals. Entry fee is $180 per team.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 10th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues Saturday at 2:30 p.m., as well as Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. In total, there will be 23 squads over 14 days through Jan. 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% of 225, with a maximum of 50 pins per game. Call 518-355-3606 for more information.

The next Amateur Bowlers Association of New York singles tournament will be held Sunday at Town & Country Lanes at 9:30 a.m. Entry fee is $45.
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.

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.

Uncle Sam Lanes hosts its Superbowl Bakers Doubles Tournament Feb. 2 at 11 a.m. Entry fee is $80 per team. There will be eight games of alternate-frames baker style.

MAJOR BOWLING

Steve Wagoner drilled a 279-783, Jim Geiger hammered a 279-755 and both Nick Stricos and Chip Tashjian recorded 742 triples in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

John Musto Jr. ripped games of 289 and 287 en route to a program-best 780 triple, Chris Fawcett recorded a 776 and Ron Williams pounded a 279-759 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic, Ken Wilkins uncorked a 290-990 four-game series, Ron Williams tossed a 290-964, Mike Scaccia ripped a 914 and John Mecca shot a 913.

Lefty Scott Rogers delivered a perfect game en route to a 1,034 four-game series, Don Herrington ripped a 980, Gabe Criscuolo had a 299 game and Debbie Capullo tossed a 268-979 to lead the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Billy McGaffin Jr. fired a 788-795 to pace the Amsterdam Men’s City league at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes Monday night. Other leaders included Dan Bryk (268-757), Chad Chiara (258-743), Terry Hudson (257-713) George Savoie (289-699) and Tim Grant (255-699).

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS
Standings
Metroland Photo 8-0, Muny Grille 7-1, Universal Auto Parts 7-1, Next Level Detailing 6-2, The River Road House 6-2, The Appliance Specialist 5-5, Mike’s Hot Dogs 4-4, Team No. 10 2-6, Madison Grille 1-7, Bob’s Pro Shop 1-7, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 1-7, I.D.I.D. 0-8.
Match summaries
Madison Grille (0)
Nick Kallner 209-211-200 — 620, Eric Hilton 205-151-211 — 567, Len Reyngoudt 202-278-202 — 682, Chris Mazone 246-212-198 — 656. Totals: 862-852-811 — 2,525.
Universal Auto Parts (4)
Andy Smith 203-200-237 — 640, Dave Henderson 235-212-212 — 659, Chris Smith 239-225-215 — 679, Chris Fedden 215-225-236 — 676. Totals: 892-862-900 — 2,654.
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The River Road House (3)
Mike Isabella Jr. 236-221-221 — 678, Kalynn Carl 225-228-193 — 646, John Leone 207-254-268 — 729. Totals: 925-901-885 — 2,711.
Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)
Doug Semerad 224-185-168 — 577, David Sader 279-237-180 — 696, Mike Giaquinto 204-226-178 — 608, Kevin Palmer 233-227-201 — 661. Totals: 940-875-727 — 2,542.
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Next Level Detailing (3)
Mike Guidarelli 248-237-218 — 703, Jim Bassotti 245-203-237 — 685, Jim Parker 229-238-219 — 686, Matt Swiatocha 276-227-206 — 709. Totals: 998-905-880 — 2,783.
Team No. 10 (1)
Noah Burke 223-269-223 — 715, Rob Mengel 234-220-243 — 697, Cory Buckley 214-244-194 — 652, Tyler Mochrie 226-235-218 — 679. Totals: 897-968-878 — 2,743.
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I.D.I.D. (0)
Tony Fernandez 226-172-195 — 593, Flash Gordon 172-181-142 — 495, Jim Valentino 147-182-147 — 476, A.J. Perone 199-212-224 — 635. Totals: 744-747-708 — 2,199.
The Appliance Specialist (4)
Mike Liberatore 254-233-189 — 676, Melissa Bogholtz 228-213-194 — 635, Ron Williams 278-255-226 — 759, Chris Fawcett 257-225-256 — 776. Totals: 1,017-926-865 — 2,808.
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Klonowki’s Pro Shop (0)
Doug Bywater 170-185-180 — 535, Ted Klonowski Jr. 159-256-190 — 605, Vince Simoni 174-180-133 — 487, Jim Petronis 215-198-235 — 648. Totals: 718-819-738 — 2,725.
Muny Grille (4)
Jay Diamond 217-219-227 — 663, Dave Bingham 193-246-255 — 694, John Musto Jr. 204-289-287 — 780, Jamie Diamond 206-249-248 — 703. Totals: 820-1,003-1,017 — 2,840.
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Bob’s Pro Shop (0)
Fred McMahon 227-210-195 — 632, Brian Brown 193-168-163 — 524, Bob Tedesco Jr. 228-192-226 — 646, Mike Smith 220-201-204 — 625. Totals: 868-771-788 — 2,427.
Metroland Photo (4)
Lee Quivey 207-214-170 — 591, Steve Renzi 237-215-256 — 708, Mike Gallitelli 215-244-228 — 687, B.J. Smith Jr. 236-216-243 — 693. Totals: 893-889-897 — 2,679.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE
Standings
DeCrescente Distributing 36-12, Downs Roofing 30-18, Towne Bowling Academy 29-19, Vito Sindoni & Son 28.5-19.5, 20 North 28.5-19.5, Falvey Real Estate 27.5-20.5, Broadway Lanes 27-21, J&F Lawn Care 27-21, Bedrock Construction 26-22, Mohawk Honda 25-23, Boulevard Bowl 20.5-27.5, Kristel Mechanic 20-28, Rollarama 20-28, D&D Lawncare 13.5-34.5, A Plus Heating 13-35, Action Bowling Supply 12.5-35.5.
Match summaries
Broadway Lanes (1)
Mark Ross 246-245-167 — 658, Helen Waite 252-208-197 — 657, Roy Vanderbogart 190-246-189 — 625, Justin Barcomb 228-219-235 — 682. Totals: 916-918-788 — 2,622.
J&F Lawn Care (2)
Jason Brown 234-200-263 — 697, Joe DeVellis 225-256-229 — 710, R.J. Martinez 223-194-184 — 601, Nick Stricos 256-251-235 — 742. Totals: 938-901-911 — 2,750.
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Mohawk Honda (0)
Ed Gumm 177-247-256 — 680, Chip Tashjian 247-226-269 — 742, Ken LaBelle Jr. 221-190-214 — 625, Mark Ray 212-264-195 — 671. Totals: 857-927-934 — 2,718.
Bedrock Construction (3)
Jim Geiger 245-231-279 — 755, Kris Impellizzeri 224-215-268 — 707, Steve Wagoner 246-278-259 — 783, Eric Stangle 268-221-225 — 714. Totals: 983-945-1,031 — 2,959.
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Rollarama (1)
Keith Lawyer 191-182-179 — 552, Dan Rotter 220-184-210 — 614, Steve Horwedel 198-201-190 — 589, Tony Palumbo 180-225-210 — 615. Totals: 789-792-789 — 2,370.
Boulevard Bowl (2)
P.J. Derenzo 158-157-277 — 592, Ken Wilkins 236-191-196 — 623, Mike Scaccia 211-202-289 — 702, Derek Foti 220-190-204 — 614. Totals: 825-740-966 — 2,531.
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Kristel Mechanic (3)
Jody Becker 216-239-209 — 664, Jeff Whitehouse 227-188-266 — 681, Ed White 185-236-223 — 644, Bryan Kelley 234-223-203 — 660. Totals: 862-886-901 — 2,649.
A Plus Heating (0)
Marc Fowler 161-266-190 — 617, Mike Nolan 192-223- 177 — 592 Bob Faragon 212-179-222 — 613, Phil Kilmartin 186-210-214 — 610. Totals: 751-878-803 — 2,432.
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D&D Lawncare (2)
Karrie Blake 254-226-178 — 658, Laura Rotter 191-225-222 — 638, Bill Judge 221-200-190 — 611, Carol Crandall 203-235-179 ‑ 617. Totals: 869-886-769 — 2,524.
Action Bowling Supply (1)
Rit Fazzone 168-200-187 — 555, Bob Messick 258-157-279 ‑ 694, Natasha Bidwell 212-247-190 — 649, Matt Fazzone 179-248-239 — 666. Totals: 817-852-895 — 2,564.
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DeCrescente Distributing (3)
Jessica Aiezza 238-195-267 — 700, Mark Kuhlkin 212-258-180 — 650, Scott Rogers 205-197-209 — 611, Liz Kuhlkin 205-267-238 — 710. Totals: 860-917-894 — 2,671.
20 North (0)
Marc LeClair 151-198-201 — 550, Kenny Livengood 250-152-200 — 602, Joel Donato 216-173-225 — 614, Tommy Donato 212-157-186 — 555. Totals: 829-680-812 — 2,321.
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Towne Bowling Academy (1)
Tom Earl 248-216-238 — 702, Tom DiBell 161-267-190 — 618, Marty Capullo 215-208-190 — 613, Debbie Capullo 227-224-191 — 642. Totals: 851-915-809 — 2,575.
Downs Roofing (2)
Chris Tinkle 236-208-224 — 668, Nick Barnes 216-248-206 — 670, Ryan Karabin 196-228-215 639, Billy Wigand 210-186-184 — 580. Totals: 858-870-829 — 2,557.
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Vito Sindoni (2)
Scott Chastenay 237-195-279 — 711, Mike DiCerbo 266-197-235 — 698, Rich Strath 255-218-267 — 740, Joe VanDerLinden 277-204-226 — 707. Totals: 1,035-814-1,007 — 2,856.
Falvey Real Estate (1)
Dan Auricchio 206-277-193 — 676, John Walther III 237-226-187 — 650, Jeff Young 194-211-235 ‑ 640, Ron Unser 245-225-217 — 687. Totals: 882-939-832 — 2,653. 

FRANK DEPALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC
Standings
Masons Automotive 55-25, Downs Roofing 52-28 Boulevard Bowl 48-32, Kalpro 40-40, D.A. Parisi & Co. 38-42, Ledies 38-42, Town & Country Lanes 36-44, Bye 13-67.
Match summaries
Boulevard Bowl (3)
Mike Scaccia 216-213-227-258 — 914, Brian Hart 222-209-216-159 — 806, Derek Foti 241-193-210-224 — 868. Totals: 679-615-653-641 — 2,588.
Kalpro (2)
Keith Lawyer 173-215-265-196 — 849, Kyle Wilkins 207-18-223-203 — 813, Joe Carusone 222-226-183-190 — 821. Totals: 602-621-671-589 — 2,483.
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D.A. Parisi & Co. (3)
John Mecca 208-232-238-235 — 913, Jeff Williams 167-200-180-222 — 769, Ken Wilkins 212-290-233-255 — 990. Totals: 587-722-651-712 — 2,672.
Town & Country Lane (2)
Terry Ray 226-214-226-205 — 871, Phil James 179-248-238-224 — 889, Anthony Scaccia 200-234-226-190 — 850. Totals: 605-696-690-619 — 2,610.
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Ledies (5)
Kathy Bryk 203-199-224-212 — 838, Mark Hansen 235-204-222-223 — 884, Dan Bryk 206-217-159-236 — 818. Totals: 644-620-605-671 — 2,540.
Bye (0)
No one bowled.
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Masons Automotive (3)
Ron Williams 243-290-216-215 — 964, Robin Fredenburgh 184-246-194-191 — 815, B.J. Smith Jr. 235-226-193-234 — 888. Totals: 662-762-603-640 — 2,667.
Downs Roofing (2)
Ryan Karabin 238-193-238-214 — 883, Tony Bianchi 258-150-244-163 — 815, Phil Kilmartin 198-214-236-203 851. Totals: 694-557-718-580 — 2,549.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES
Standings
Towne Bowling Academy 20-0, GPC Solar Control 18-2, DeCrescente Distributing 17-3, A Plus Heating & Cooling 14-6, A Touch of Country Florist 13-7, Sportsman’s Bowl 13-7, Loyal Nutrition 13-7, Boulevard Bowl 12-8, 518 Auto 12-8, Next Level Detailing 10-10, Never Enough Performance 10-10, Revolutions Pro Shop 8-12, 15 Church 8-12, Sindoni Sausage 7-13, Capital District Mobile Vet 7-13, Strike & Spare Pro Shop 7-13, Bellevue Builder 6-14, Solid Surface 3-17, Jackie Goodell Keller Williams 2-18, Pete’s Auto Parts 0-20.
Match summaries
Strike & Spare Pro Shop (7)
Jackie Malone 233-225-218-204 — 880, Craig Schoonmaker 237-190-211-169 — 807. Totals: 487-432-446-390 — 1,755.
Sportsman’s Bowl (13)
Erika Poje 180-243-186-157 — 766, Joe Wolf 218-224-263-200 — 905. Totals: 444-513-495-403 — 1,855.
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Jackie Goodell Keller Williams (2)
Nicole D’Amario 190-138-193-182 — 703, Tom Rogers 192-201-190-188 — 771. Totals: 433-390-434-421 — 1,678.
GPC Solar Control (18)
Elizabeth Criscuolo 179-150-200-213 — 642, Gabe Criscuolo 183-299-200-245 — 927. Totals: 441-528-479-437 — 1,885.
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Never Enough Performance (10)
Kate Clark 219-235-159-209 — 822, Dave McLear 223-182-215-256 — 876. Totals: 477-452-409-500 — 1,838.
Next Level Detailing (10)
Kim Swiatocha 248-184-226-170 — 828, Matt Swiatocha 181-237-236-277 — 931. Totals: 457-449-490-475 — 1,871.
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DeCrescente Distributing (17)
Jessica Aiezza 264-205-248-212 — 929, Scott Rogers 247-300-219-268 — 1,034. Totals: 523-517-479-492 — 2,011.
Solid Surface (3)
Cheyanne McPhail 25-180-196-169 — 760, Austin Zullo 177-158-238-197 — 770. Totals: 438-384-480-412 — 1,714.
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Bellevue Builder (6)
Ursula Pasquerella 233-207-162-157 — 759, Bill Nolan 173-196-196-223 — 788. Totals: 454-451-406-428 — 1,739.
A Plus Heating & Cooling (14)
Michelle Largeteau 187-131-152-160 — 630, Tony Pasquerella 163-180-186-170 — 699. Totals: 463-424-451-443 — 1,781.
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518 Auto (12)
Kaitlyn Goodermote 194-170-182-180 — 726, Nick Barnes 176-169-247-197 — 789. Totals: 419-388-478-426 — 1,515.
15 Church (8)
Aliyah Liberatore 141-154-199-168 — 662, Ben Empie 133-215-181-192 — 721. Totals: 350-445-456-436 — 1,687.
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Boulevard Bowl (12)
Lisa Rathbun-Read 225-231-193-213 — 862, Cliff Ruth 212-189-195-195 — 791. Totals: 487-470-438-458 — 1,853.
Revolutions Pro Shop (8)
Lindsey McPhail 184-207-196-180 — 767, Don Herrington 215-231-268-266 — 980. Totals: 419-458-484-466 — 1,827.
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A Touch of Country Florist (13)
Janelle Irwin 182-189-258-226 — 855, Steve Irwin 257-210-198-231 — 896. Totals: 476-436-493-494 — 1,899.
Capital District Mobile Vet (7)
Chris Allen-Valenzuela 226-211-186-184 — 807, John Askew 237-267-191-201 — 896. Totals: 484-499-398-406 — 1,787.
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Loyal Nutrition (13)
Amber Dominic 202-236-237-204 — 879, Vinny Struffolino 189-180-223-181 — 773. Totals: 446-471-515-440 — 1,872.
Sindoni Sausage (7)
Liz Kuhlkin 194-235-187-249 — 865, Joe VanDerLinden 236-222-206-235 — 899. Totals: 435-462-398-489 — 1,784.
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Towne Bowling Academy (20)
Debbie Capullo 268-239-235-237 — 979, Tony Palumbo 247-239-225-214 — 925. Totals: 539-502-484-475 — 2,000.
Pete’s Auto Parts (0)
Jenn Schissler 197-210-201-201 — 809, Chuckie Schissler 181-224-191-191 — 787. Totals: 421-477-435-435 — 1,768.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE
Standings
Imperial Lanes 76-36, JLD 67-45, Excellent Autos 65-47, Skyview Lounge 60-52, Bob CC Video 59-53 R&J Sheetmetal 55-57, Advantage Builder 50-62, Kyle’s Bounce Re 50-62, Trim Builders 50-62, Bye 0-0.

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