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Vol. 74 No.02 March 13 - 19, 2013 50 cents

2013 USBC Open Championships Underway in Reno


By Matt Cannizzaro - USBC RENO, Nev. - The 2013 United States Bowling Congress Open Championships kicked off its 125-day run last week as the first of more than 10,000 teams hit the lanes at the National Bowling Stadium. The tournament is making its record 11th visit to The Biggest Little City in the World and eighth trip to the one-of-a-kind NBS, where more than 400 bowlers and fans helped usher in the 110th edition of the storied event. The opening-night festivities included a ceremonial ribbon cutting, traditional Mass Ball Shot, exhibition by the cast of "Magique," a show being held at the Eldorado Hotel Casino and the crowning of Joe Bowler. Michael Mariani of Havre, Mont., earned the distinction of being named this year's USBC photo Joe Bowler, a tradition started in 1951. The USBC Executive Director Stu Upson and USBCpresident Andrew 61-year-old right-hander randomly was Cain assist Reno Mayor Bob Cashell in ribbon cutting ceremony. selected from the opening squad and earned way," said Mariani, who made his 12th USBC Open the right to throw out the ceremonial first ball. Mariani received some coaching tips from USBC Championships appearance. "I knew about it but Hall of Famer Bob Hart as he prepared to make his never thought it would be me. I didn't want to try and shot, and he then knocked down seven pins to mark take a full approach because the cape hinders you a little, but the best part was just going out and doing it." the official start of the 2013 tournament. See USBCOPEN page 2 "Getting picked out of all these people, I thought no

Eric Smyth, Frankie Berardino, Steve Coleman 300 At Farmingdale Lanes


FARMINGDALE, NY - Eric Smyth bowled a 300 game while competing in the Thursday 3-man League at Farmingdale Lanes. In the Tuesday Early Birds League both Frankie Berardino WALLINGTON, NJ - Bret Contreas earned his pin a the wall of fame when he rolled a 300 game while competing in the Tuesday Early 5-Man at Wallington Lanes. and Steve Coleman each found perfection rolling 300 and George Tinch got the back 11 to finish with a 290 game. On the Monday Night Fourplay Pete Daly bowled a 289 game Jerry Ramirez bowled a 279 followed by Steve Blitzstein with a 269, Jeremy Rybak 268, Mike Semancik 267, Ed lisi 266, Charles Worth 259, and Tom Twist had two 247 games.

Bret Contreas 300 at Wallington

Danielle LoCurto 300, Andrew D'Angelo 300 at Coram


CORAM, NY - Danielle LoCurto pitched a 300 game in the Tuesday Night Men's League. Andrew D'Angelo shot a 300 game and finished with an 807 set in the High Rollers Men's League. Tommy Schinkel, a unior bowler, shot a 245 for a 610 while Brooke Kelsey, also a junior, shot a 206 for a 553 in the Family Affair league. In the in Rolling Thunder Juniors Alan Tabor shot a 211 en route to a 538 and Danielle Muszak shot a 194 and a 501. Nicole Lettich shot a 194 in Mod Squad Juniors followed by Thomas Lettich with a 157.

Sam Longobardi shot a 288 in the Toss-ups Mixed League and Ray Mohrman shot a 279 in the Coram Friday Afternoon Seniors.

Georgias Sterner Rolls 299 to Win First Title in PBA Don Carter Classic
By Bill Vint - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. Jason Sterner of McDonough, Ga., who had never finished higher than seventh place in a Professional Bowlers Association Tour event before the 2012-13 season, won his first PBA Tour title in the Don Carter Classic with a nearly-perfect 299-235 victory over top qualifier Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, at Thunderbowl Lanes. The Don Carter Classic and PBA League Carter team finals aired on ESPN. Sterner, who lost a 199-177 decision to eventual champion Tom Daugherty in his only previous PBA television appearance in the Bowlers Journal Scorpion Championship during the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling earlier in the season, lost his chance at the 23rd nationally-televised 300 game in PBA history when he left a solid 10 pin on his final shot. He also lost a bid to join Bob Benoit of Topeka, Kan., as only the second player to win his first PBA Tour title with a 300 game. Benoit won the 1988 Quaker State Open in Grand Prairie, Texas, for his first title in his first PBA television appearance. The biggest thing I learned from my first show was getting rid of the nerves, and to trust your decisions, Sterner said. Its a little added pressure to bowl on TV, but once you get comfortable, and trust your decisions, its a lot easier. I felt very confident, he added. I had the right ball, I knew what moves I needed to make and it was just a matter of going through my routine and believing in it. After the first couple of shots, I could see how the PBA photo lanes were changing, and it just Jason Sterner won his first PBA came easy. It was definitely a title with Don Carter Classic. great feeling. When I realized the match was done, I realized I had a shot at 300, and the pins just kept falling, Sterner continued. I dont think Ive ever bowled that good of a game under pressure, ever. The last shot, I liked. I thought it was a great shot, but at that point I was so ready to celebrate the win, the 300 game wasnt even important. With his first title, Sterner also earned his first opportunity to compete in the Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions, March 26-31 at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis.

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Continued from page 1 Following the ceremony, Custom Decks of we must have done fairly well," said Rod Blunck, Northfield, Ohio, wasted no time racing to the top of who made his 20th Open Championships appearance. the leaderboard, taking the early lead in Regular "I told the guys that if we finished first on the squad, Team with a 2,733 total. The team members used a we would be leading. It was a good time. We're pretsession on the new 900 Global Showcase Lanes ear- ty pleased with the results." lier in the day to help solidify the strategy that cataCompetition at the 2013 Open Championships will pulted them into the top spot. continue until July 7. Chuck Lewis led the way for Custom Decks with a For the first time, the Storm Bowlers Journal 602 series and was joined by Kyle Oleksy (573), Championships presented by USBC is being held in David Oleksy (535), Gene Klonowski (524) and Phil the same venue and will be held at the high end of the Klonowski (499). 78-lane venue. "We practiced for an hour on the Showcase Lanes The newly-added 900 Global Showcase Lanes on today, and they seemed to be a tad drier down there," the ground floor of the building will be available for said Lewis, who made his 19th tournament appear- team practice sessions, coaching sessions with ance. "We talked about it and tried to tighten up each USBC-certified coach Matt McNiel and two new side other's games. Spare shooting is essential. It was very tournaments - the 900 Global Two-Game Challenge challenging, but it's nice to be on top at the end of the and Who's Got the Look Baker Bonanza presented by first day." 900 Global. In the Classified Division, Fran-Way Tree Moving Also a first this year, the USBC Women's of Pella, Iowa, grabbed the lead with a 2,388 effort. Championships will be held in the same host city at Rod Blunck paced the group with a 518 set and was the same time. The 2013 tournament will be contestfollowed by Wayne VanMersbergen (511), Kyle ed on 44 specially-constructed lanes at the RenoBlunck (488), Jeff Blunck (471) and Nathan Blunck Sparks Convention Center. The event will kick off (400). April 12 and run for 81 consecutive days, concluding "We actually thought we struggled, but it turns out July 1.

New York State Masters, Queens Events in March and April


The New York State USBC is accepting entries for its two prestigious scratch singles bowling tournaments the 23rd Masters and the 42nd annual Queens. The Masters is scheduled for March 23 at Doug Kents Rose Bowl Lanes in Newark (Wayne County) and the Queens is scheduled for April 13 at Town N Country Lanes in the Albany suburb of Guilderland. First place in the Masters is a guaranteed $2,500 and a free entry to the 2014 USBC Masters. Open to men and women, the tournament entry fee is $95 if paid by March 16 or $105 after that date. Qualifying squads (five games) are set for 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., with the head-to-head match play finals to follow. One in five bowlers will cash. The Queens is open to women only, with competition taking place in two divisions Open and Classified (194 average and under). Prize money is based on the number of entries; one in four bowlers will cash. Qualifying squads (five games) are set for 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., with head-to-head semifinals and stepladder finals to follow. The entry fee is $65 and entries close on March 13. Entry forms are available on the NYS USBC website http://www.bowlny.com/. For more information, contact Mike Pettinella, NYS USBC association manager, at bowlny300@yahoo.com.

Roldan 790, Krokus 789, Durocher 289 in Montvale Majors


By Robert Balzarek MONTVALE, NJ Keith Krokus provided a 234, 279, 276 789 along with Bob Higgins 227 645 and Terry Drenth 225 628 letting Bergen Batting Center winning 27 for the night from The Game Zone while rolling in the Montvale Major at Montvale Lanes.. Jun Jun Roldan, 234, 277, 279 790 and Matt Rovetto 219, 248, 267, 734 lead JC Irrigation to a 23 - 6 win over Team Conroy's Tony Mascio's 266-624, High for the night goes to Rocky Durocher. His 289-741 along with Dave Hulsizer 246-643. Rich Naclerio rolled 245-246705, Mike Raab 258-694, Jeff Rovetto 245-685, Mike Rovetto 247-680, Jeff Schuster 246-675, Mark Navarro 254-673, John Rankin Jr. 258-665, Greg Eckstein 664, Tom Van Wort 246-663, Chris Trembath 660, Larry Toppin 256-659 In another session Tom Piret tossed a 287-710 series, followed by Justin Hawkins with 280-247-737, Adrian Lawson 258-256-727, Rich Naclerio 255-713, Dave Hulsizer 248-246-707, Bob Greenwood 244698, Bob Higgins 247-689, Mike Brickner 243-683, Gerrit Overeem 679, Rocky Durocher 677, Dennis O'Flaherty 669, Tom Van Wort 668, John Rankin Sr 666, Larry Toppin 665, Ray Keim 661, and Terry Drenth 660.

Jake Rollins, Colette Malyack Top Youth Travelers


By Vince Albrecht OAKLAND, NJ - In Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League action, Glen Rock junior Jake Rollins continued his merciless assault on the plasticcoats, blowing them away with 238-278-226 for a 742 as he powered his Fair Lawn quartet to a season-best 1076 handicap score and a 5-2 triumph over pace-setting Bowler City I. In the 1076 game, the players combined for a 901 scratch, just one stick shy of the league high. Steve Plaszky hit 225, Katrina Plaszky 175, 11-year-old Hunter Perry 223 and Jake 278. Despite being shell-shocked, BC I came back to salvage the finale, 945-940 behind Eric Grabusnik 213 and Ryan Perez 211; anchor Vinny Santoro led the BC I offense with 202-226: 615. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Holiday II could only field two players against Boonton, but they were the Malyack siblings and both were sizzling, hot enough to engineer a threepoint turnaround after barely dropping the first two games. Colette lifted her average to an impressive 208 by firing steady games of 223-243-235-701 and DePaul sophomore Joseph exploded in game three with 265 to finish with 669 after opening with 223 and 181. Boonton seemed out-of-sorts in the match, managing just three deuces, Pat Teshima 222 and Karl Kattermann 213-201. Although 13-year-old Jon Mikal Sepero blitzed the maples with 234188-254-676, with strong singles from Kyle Schellberg 191 and Kristen Kane 178, his Bowler City II squad was swept by Bowler City IV which, averaging 612 prior to the contest, produced games of 673717-665. Highs for the victors were Greg Khan 222, Nick Ferrante 206, Caitlin Tombo 183 and Nathan Tombo 182.

March 13 - 19, 2013


By Bill Vint - PBA ALLEN PARK, Mich. The New York City WTT KingPins Tommy Jones, Jack Jurek, Pete Weber, Scott Norton and John Szczerbinski struck on eight of their first nine shots to run away from Jesse Williams BROOKLYN STyLES, 243-199, in the title match of the PBA League Don Carter round at Thunderbowl Lanes. The PBA League Carter round finals, and the championship match of the Don Carter Classic, aired on ESPN. The KingPins, owned by womens sports legend Billie Jean King, clinched a berth in the inaugural PBA League Elias Cup Finals with their win in the Carter round. The top four of eight PBA League teams, based upon

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points earned in five preliminary rounds, will compete for the first PBA League championship on Sunday, March 31, at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis as part of Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions week. The Elias Cup Finals will air on ESPN on April 7 at 1 p.m. ET. I think Im liking my team a lot, KingPins franchise player Pete Weber beamed after making a surprise lineup change that worked to his teams advantage. He moved Norton, a left-hander who had been a dominant player in previous PBA League rounds, to the No. 4 position in the lineup and he placed Team USA member and former Wichita State collegiate star John Szczerbinski in the anchor position. I know Scott was bowling well (in the anchor position), but Szczerbinski averaged 257 on the Don Carter lane condition in qualifying, so I talked it over with the team and they all agreed to make the change and have John bowl anchor, Weber said. It isnt me; this is our whole team agreeing to what were doing. After every shot we communicate and try to help each other. I have all the confidence in the world in all of my players. We got a few breaks, but without breaks you dont win. Tomorrow we might not get them, but today we did and we took advantage of them. In the semifinal match between the KingPins, who won the Salvino round earlier in the PBA League series, and the Roth round-winning Motown Muscle, neither team put together consecutive strikes until the KingPins started a string of seven strikes in the sixth frame to run away with a 249-192 win.

New York City WTT KingPins Go on Strike Binge to Win PBA League Don Carter Round
In the opening match, owner Jerome Bettis Motown team got a string of four strikes from Tom Smallwood, Mike Scroggins, Ronnie Russell and Mike Fagan to take the lead, and they held on for a 210-199 victory over Chris Hardwicks Silver Lake Atom Splitters when Silver Lake anchor Chris Barnes was unable to double in the 10th frame. With their second PBA League stepladder win, the KingPins have earned 44 points to lock up no worse than the No. 2 stepladder position for the Elias Cup finals. The PBA League Anthony round the final qualifying round heading into the Elias Cup finals - will include Terrell Owens Dallas Strikers, Chris Pauls L.A. X, Jerome Bettis Motown Muscle and a fourth team that will advance from the Clash eliminator round. The Anthony round and the championship match of the Earl Anthony PBA Players Championship between top qualifier Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., and Norton will air on ESPN on Sunday, March 24, at 1 p.m. ET.

AT FARMINGDALE LANES
Frankie Berardino 299
FARMINGDALE, NY Frankie Berardino topped the scoring in the Thursday 3-Man League firing a high game of 299. Tyrone Brown rolled 278-263-722, Rob Larsen 276-792, Jeremy Schaffer 269-232-716, Joe Costanzo 268-717, Rich Falco 267-736, Joe Casale 259, Curtis Brown 259-258-704, Rich Tooker 259-237, Joe Traina, Jr. 258-247-701, Eugene Neal 257-239-686, Octavious Manning 257-221-694, and Warren Cooperstein 256. In the Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship League Rosie Snyder blasted 208, followed by Michael Coakley and James Prince 196. In the Satturay Scholarship League Michael Droshin hit 203, Arianna Dumas 176, and Kristie Testa 172.

Craig Bogart 243


FARMINGDALE, NY Craig Bogart led the scoring in the Sunday Early Mixed League firing a high game of 243. Joe Venezia rolled 237, Jeremy Schuster 235, Brian Meade 231, Joe Giammarino, Jr. 230, Ray Kennedy 223, and George Mazzocchi 216. In the Sunday Adult/Junior Scholarship League Jimmy Price hit 214.

Doug DeSousa 267


FARMINGDALE, NY Doug DeSousa led the scoring in the Wednesday Mens League firing a high game of 267. Frank Quatromani hit 265, BJ Fuller 262-256-695, Paul Mazza 258-729, Barron Terrell 247682, Don Ciervo 257-660, Kenny Reinhardt, Jr. 257, Roger Costa III, Roger Costa and Mario Caramico 256. In the Monday AM Seniors League Bill Platania hit 201, Al Diebold 200, and Al Noll 188. Jerry Keenan shot 211, Joe LiVolsi 202, Fai Livolsi 204, and Bill Platania 196 in the Friday Sunshine Kids League.

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Joe Leardo Jr 691 at Parkway


Elmwood Park, NJ Joe Leardo Jr. led the Wednesday Teterboro Bowling League at Parkway Lanes firing games of 205-220-266 for a high 691 series. George Doughty Jr 288-687, Rich Miller Jr 255-670, Jim Viola 236670, and Rich DeLorenzo Jr 258-657

Paul Devito 300 at South Levittown Lanes


LEVITTOWN, NJ - Paul Devito burned the boards for a 300 game while rolling in the Wednesday Hicksville Elks League at South Levittown Lanes. Jerry Carlo posted a 262 game followed by Tom Cassella with 248, Jim Hope 245, and Jon Crawford 235. In the Thursday Hits and Misses, Jim Fenimore bowled 257-716-246, Debbie Cali rolled a 202 game.

Ed Stadtlander 300 at South Levittown Lanes


LEVITTOWN, NJ - Ed Stadtlander found the line to roll a 300 high game in the Sunday AM Trios at South Levittown Lanes then added a 258 to finish the session with a 796 series. High series was rolled by Nick Lombardi rolling near perfect with a 299 en route to an 815 set. Chris Goss came close to perfection posting a 289 followed by Keith Hengel with 276-725, Frank Yodice Jr. 267, Dave Diamond 258, and Keith Pappas 732.

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THE MAGIC AT MAJESTIC


Scott Akalewicz 719
HOPELAWN, NJ Scott Akalewicz led the La Buona Pizza League firing 245-242-232 for a 719. Bob Stevens rolled 207-256641, Pat Moreno 213-233-641, Lenny Novak 203-234-221-618, and John Baginsky, Jr. 239. In the Winter Senior Citizens League Larry Johnson rolled 213, and Jerry Petti 174.

Jim MacBride 675


HOPELAWN, NJ Jim MacBride led the scoring in the Thursday Nite Mixed League firing games of 237-212-226 for a high series of 675. Scott Akalewicz shot 269-646, Thomas Poulos 221-223-639, Kurt Moszkowski 268-637, Kyle Jannuzzi 236-637, and Mike Serio 220-629. Matt Lombardo rolled 214-211-204-629, John Halilday 223-203-601, Nick Holiday 202, and Jimmy Griffin 204 in the Merck League.

Joe Bloodgood 674


HOPELAWN, NJ Joe Bloodgood led the Family League bowing 255224 for a high series of 674. James Medoro rolled 208-269-655, Rocco Fortunato 205-235-616, Kevin Kopko 212-247-612, Thomas Kopko 247, and Susan Bobrowski 214. Mike Acevedo rolled 224-204-209-637, Sean Williams 230-617, Justin Poli 248, Patrick Plate 223-209, Carole Lopez 216-228-623, and Frank Nebus 217.

Don Anione 716


HOPELAWN, NJ Don Anione led the scoring in the His & Hers League with games of 225-256223 for a high series of 716. Dennis Decrosta rolled 223231-206-660, Carmine Latin 217223-637, Bill Smith 230, Andy Shafer 237, and Linda Shafer 220. In the Bank League Gregg Flakker rolled 200, and John Sidorko 172.

Rocco Fortunato 686


HOPELAWN, NJ Rocco Fortuanto led the scoring in the Academy Madness League firing games of 206-213-267 for a high series of 686. Don Anione rolled 207-224230-661, Nick Viverito 203-224230-657, Dennis Fitzmaurice 211212-611, and Robin Scordato 207250-606.

Richard Funk III 685


HOPELAWN, NJ - Richard Funk III led the scoring in the Friday Nite Mixed League firing games of 279-204-202 for a high series of 685. Gary Colfer hit 236-213-628, Pat Sawler 222-223-605, Mike Dellamanna 227, Glenn Aiello 225, and Melissa Hertenberger 214. In the Avenel Youth League Andrew Shaw shot 213, Rowan Wyatt 182, Branden Barresse 184, and Chanell Newton 173. Michael Peterson shot 216203-600, Bill Pope 226, Ben Martino 215, and Diana Martino 202 in the Friends & Family League.

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ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
NorBu Lodge: Charles Wright 247-731, John Hearn 246-662, Bill Karpack 214-630, Maryann Abasto 247-594, Stacey Titus 217-539, Marie Vantreuren 208-509. Thursday Nite Mixed: Charlie Dolce 258-633, Tim Panek 258-739, Mike Ireton 247-618, Kim Cartelli 209-569, Kathleen Reilly 202-572, and Carole Crenzion 200-567. Lake Hiawatha A.C.: Doug Batsch 289-675, Jack Safkan 278-729, Shawn Casey 258-642, Maryann Abasto 183-514. Friday Tri-Mixed: Fred Driver 181-532, Geno McCroy 177-488, Daryl Frank tossed a 170, Michelle Halko 213-505, Joann Mossi 156-460, Amy Caselli 156-384. Spanish American Mixed: Julio Soto 263-672, Matt Svoboda 253-696, Tylrone Waal 245-695, Lynne Coleman 237-547, Jesus Cruz 267-730, Eddie Acevedo 256, Robert Soto 256. Junior Leagues Bumper Busters (2 games): Jacob Paniconi 96179. Lucky Strikers: James Taylor 116-331, James Gallagher 113-324. Ball Busters: Nick Westergaard 238-592, Jack Cook 206-562, Robert Murray 203-471, Amy Banfield 214-588, Kristen Greiner 180-492. Monday Rec. Program (2 games): Christopher Cavalie 114-225, Davin Longedyck 106-187, Connor Tole 104-208, Lucia Brancato 110-212, Natalia Tole 103-180, Hanna Digangi 89-137. Dover High School: Alexander Manrique 172406, Darian Aquillar 132, Sergio Bados 126, Yanian Olivares 117-321, Dayana Yanes 107-263.

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Mike Dreitelein 779
MADISON, NJ Mike Dreitelin blasted a 289 game to highlight a session high series of 779, and Jennifer Dunklin posted a 204 game while competing in the CMIL League. In the Ladies League Laura Smith shot 228, Heather Sweeney 215, and Liz McKissock 214.

Anthony Parisi 290-778


MADISON, NJ Anthony Parisi topped the Friday Classic League blasting a high game of 290 and a high series of 778. Mike Potoski hit 279-778, Rich Keimel 268-718, Stephanie Rahn 221, Jennifer Drury 212, and Donna Badolato 200. In the Ladies League Karen Reinacher shot 232, Cindy Heimeyer 217, and Laura Smith 188. In another session Jodi Belli shot 199, Alice Bednarik 196, Carolyn Paddack 194.

Joe Marchese 289


MADISON, NJ Joe Marchese beat the competition rolling in the Morris County Police & Fire League firing a high game of 289. Lerner Ian shot 246-693, Jim Beston 245, and Tom Lockburner 650.

Jon Russo 727


MADISON, NJ Jon Russo led the scoring in the Wednesday Trio League firing a 263 game for a 727 high set. Dave Krivak rolled 257-673, Joey Parisi 246-677, Nancy Dorin 201, and Stephanie Rahn 199.

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