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Vol. 78 No. 39 December 6 - 11, 2017 25 cents
Liz Johnson Wins 2017 PBA Chameleon Championship Matt Dunning 300-793 at Lodi Lanes
RENO, Nev. Three-time reigning Professional LODI, NJ Matt Dunning took League when he posted a perfect
Womens Bowling Association Player of the Year Liz high game and series while com- 300 and finished with a 793 set.
Johnson of Palatine, Illinois, has made a career out of peting in the Wednesday 5-Man
producing historic moments on the lanes, and now
shes added arguably the greatest accomplishment of
Bobby Fox Sr. 300 at Jib Lanes
FLUSHING, NY - Bobby Fox Sr. at Jib Lanes
her historic career. found the line to post a 300 game Rob Jacob took high series hon-
Johnson defeated Anthony Pepe of Elmhurst, New en route to his 649 series contest- ors with his 710 rolling a duplicate
York, 220-206, to win the Professional Bowlers ing in the Ted Guy Classic League 221 then adding a 268 game,
Association Chameleon Championship at the
National Bowling Stadium to become the second Parker Bohn III 300 in Hankel Classic
woman to win a PBA Tour title.
She joins Kelly Kulick of Union, New Jersey, who By John Jennings DAmbrosio 737, Jason Gold 736
won the 2010 PBA Tournament of Champions, as the HOWELL, NJ Parker Bohn III (119 pins above average), Fred
only women to capture victories on the PBA Tour. USBC photo threw another perfect game, while Lugos 279-717, and Marvin
Champion Liz Johnson James Rogers put together the ses- Hidalgo-Mora 717.
The PBA first allowed women to compete in 2004 The event was livestreamed online through ESPN 3 sions high series, a 780 series with For the women, top honors went
after the PWBA abruptly went on hiatus in 2003. (WatchESPN.com) and the WatchESPN app. The a 279 game. to Jackie Shelbrick with a 679
It feels absolutely amazing, said Johnson, who show will be broadcast on ESPN on Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. Other stellar scores: Max Stalter series backed by a 257 and 230
also finished 14th in the PBA World Championship in Eastern. 764, Joe Inserra 289-760, Vinny games.
Reno. Its officially one of the best bowling days of The Chameleon Championship is part of the
my life and probably the icing on the cake as far as GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX, presented John Hunter III, Maurice Delain 300
my career goes. Ive been very lucky to have the by Eldorado Reno Resorts Properties and the 2017
career that Ive had. I never thought having the Go Bowling! PBA Tour schedule.
At Jersey Lanes
LINDEN, NJ - In the AFM League 300 game.
chance to win a PBA title would come when it did.
Its been an awesome journey. See JOHNSON Page 2 at Jersey Lanes, both John Hunter Willis Wooten shot 286, Reneece
III and Maurice Delian bowled a Porter 244, and Patrice Wiley 240.

Jesper Svensson, Jason Belmonte Headline All-International PBA Cheetah Championship Finals Field
Australian Sam Cooley and Denmarks Thomas Larsen join Svensson and Belmonte For Cheetah Championship ESPN finals
RENO, Nev. Two-handers Jesper Svensson of World Series of Bowling telecast appearance.
Sweden and Jason Belmonte of Australia won best- The Cheetah Championship, which will be
of-three Round of 8 matches to headline an all- aired on ESPN Dec. 24 at 1 p.m. ET, is also
international field advancing to the PBA Cheetah part of the 2017-18 Go Bowling! PBA Tour
Championship presented by PBA Challenge schedule.
Mobile Game finals. Making it two players from Australia in the
Svensson qualified for his second GEICO PBA finals, Sam Cooley swept PBA Hall of Famer
World Series of Bowling IX presented by Eldorado Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., 2-0 (243-212,
Reno Resorts Properties telecast by sweeping PBA 279-194) to advance to his first WSOB final.
Hall of Famer Norm Duke of Clermont, Fla., 2-0 Cooleys best Tour finish was third in the 2016
(259-214, 268-201). Barbasol PBA Players Championship.
Svensson, a six-time PBA Tour winner, earned Two-time PBA Tour winner Thomas Larsen
top-qualifier honors for the PBA World of Denmark rounded out the all-international
Championship finals after cashers rounds were finals field by sweeping South Africas Francois
completed. Louw, 2-0 (232-189, 247-232), to advance to the
Belmonte, who qualified second for the World PBA photo final.
Championship finals, beat Ryan Ciminelli of Thomas Larsen, Jesper Svensson, Sam Cooley and Jason Belmonte. The finals telecasts will use a format where the
Cheektowaga, N.Y., 2-1, in his best-of-three match to and 300-214. four finalists simultaneously bowl one game on
also make his second WSOB IX finals telecast. After losing the first For Belmonte, a 15-time Tour winner and three-time PBA Player the same pair of lanes with the top two scorers advancing to a
game 234-206, Belmonte came back to win the next two, 259-189 of the Year, the Cheetah Championship finals marks his 17th head-to-head final match.
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Daniel Tyskka 719 Ron Bonomo 269 Continued from Page 1
Johnson started the title match of the She made history by becoming the first
CORAM, NY - In the CORAM, NY - Ron Bonomo hit
Chameleon Championship with three consecu- woman to make a televised appearance on the
Wednesday Mixed League 269, Robert Bader 256, Richard
tive strikes, before a 10 pin stopped the run in PBA Tour at the 2005 PBA Banquet Open,
Daniel Tyska shot 268-719, DiSanto 245, and Lisa Donay 211
the fourth frame, but shed built a sizeable where she was the runner-up to Tommy Jones,
Eddie Tirado 257-704, and in the Tuesday Mixed League.
lead as Pepe missed a 7 pin in the second 219-192.
Robert Bader 246-686. Frank Mirabile 258 frame. Johnson also owns a pair of fourth-place fin-
John Krasowski 279 CORAM, NY - Frank Mirabile Pepe quickly got back on track and struck in ishes at the 2014 PBA Cheetah Championship
CORAM, NY - In the High rolled a high game of 258 in the frames four, five and six to stay in the match. and 2015 DHC Japan Invitational (champi-
Rollers League John Krawoswki Monday Mixed League. Johnson picked up where she left off by onship round streamed on Xtra Frame).
shot 279, Brian Weinstein 278- Jim Cresser shot 257-701, Bill stringing three more strikes. With the victory, Johnson added another layer
728, Tony Ferfinando 277-777, Parente 256, and Mike Bedson Stepping up first in the 10th frame, Pepe had to her immeasurable legacy that continues to
and John Neste 725. 677. the opportunity to put pressure on Johnson, grow. Her accomplishments in 2017 now
Frank Mirabile 279 Ron Bonomo 252 but a 4-7 leave on his first attempt handed include three PWBA titles (two majors), includ-
Johnson the win and $20,000 top prize. ing her sixth U.S. Womens Open and the Go
CORAM, NY - In the Monday CORAM, NY - Ron Bonomo shot Johnson and Pepe advanced to the title Bowling PWBA Players Championship, a third
Mixed League Frank Mirabile 252, Dave Sherwin 242-667, and match by outdistancing PBA Tour champions consecutive PWBA Player of the Year award
rolled 279, Jim Cresser 257, and Pete Schultz 666 in the Friday Tom Smallwood of Saginaw, Michigan, and and the 2017 PBA Chameleon Championship.
Bill Parente and Trey White 256. Mixed League. Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, in the Its a legacy that Johnson is not only proud of,
opening four-player shootout round. All four but one which she hopes inspires other young
players competed simultaneously, and the two ladies not only within bowling, but all sports.
Edward Bakelaar Sr Rolled 739 highest scores advanced to the championship.
The shootout was exactly as described with
Im not good at giving myself those perks,
but this ranks up there, Johnson said. There
At Parkway Lanes every player having an opportunity to advance are so many great bowlers that Ive always
through the final frames. Pepe was the first looked up to and are part of the reason why Im
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ Edward Bakelaar Sr led all pin attackers with player to finish and solidified his spot in the here today. Hopefully, I can give back in that
scores of 193-289-257 for a high series of 739 in the Wednesday, championship match with a strike on the first way to the girls who are coming up in the sport.
Teterboro Bowling League, at Parkway Lanes. shot in the 10th frame to finish with 255. Its a pretty amazing and very surreal day. Im
Anthony Stevens tossed255-710, Mike Semancik Jr 279-707, Adam Johnson, a United States Bowling Congress very proud of myself and what Ive been able to
DeFrancesco 269-706, Mike DeFrancesco 247-703, and Harold Hall of Famer, needed a double to lock out accomplish over the years. These two weeks
Helmstetter 236-702 round out the list of high scorers for the night. Malott and Smallwood, who finished with 248 have been exhausting but couldnt have ended
and 236, respectively. With the help of a late- on a better note.
falling 10 pin on her second offering, she fin- The journey to the title for Johnson began
ished with all three strikes in the 10th for 257. when she bowled 10 qualifying games, with the

Sports Reporter My legs were shaking and felt really light at

that point, Johnson said. I was trying to focus
on staying down and coming through the shot,
top 16 competitors advancing to match play.
After qualifying 12th for match play, Johnson
defeated Ryan Ciminelli of Cheektowaga, New
Editor/Publisher Dan McDonough but the nerves were going. I was just trying to York, 3-2, in a best-of-five format in her open-
Technology Editorial Assistants focus on making the shots I needed, and to ing match. She advanced to the show by defeat-
Hank Allen Immaculatta DElia punch out at that moment was pretty awesome. ing Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Arizona, in the
Contributing Writers This years Chameleon Championship was best-of-three quarterfinals, 2-0.
Joan Taylor Pat McDonough Johnsons third career PBA TV appearance and The PBA Chameleon Championship featured
fourth championship-round appearance overall. 195 players, including six PWBA members.
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Anthony Stevens 773 Robert Suber 720 Kyle Jannuzzi 668 Michael Dallamanna 662 Fernando Chea 661
HOPELAWN, NJ - Anthony HOPELAWN, NJ - Robert Suber HOPELAWN, NJ - Kyle Jannuzzi HOPELAWN, NJ - Michael HOPELAWN, NJ - Fernando
Stevens topped the scoring in the topped the scoring in the Saturday paced the scoring in the Thursday Dallamanna paced the scoring in Chea led the Winter Senior
Middlesex County Classic League Night Strike Nation League blast- Night Mixed League rolling the Friday Night Mixed League Citizens rolling 248-201-212 661.
blasting games of 278-279-216 for ing games of 236-245-239 for. a games of 243-214-211 for a high rolling games of 250-231 for a Thomas Ortiz, Sr rolled 215, and
a high series of 773. high series of 720. series of 668, high series of 662. Cecelia Mullane 208.
Ed Hayes, Jr rolled 247-279-235- Matthew B. Walker shot 234- Mike Piomelli shot 279-206- Melissa Hertenberger shot 246- Mike V. Kennelly 652
761, Peter Judowski 267-258-236- 248-234-716, James Cianelli, Jr. 633, Jake Olszyk 223-224-622, 223-632, Don Anione 234-203- HOPELAWN, NJ - Mike V.
761, Ron Caggiano 279-278-752, 257-204-253-714, Randolph B. and Gis Quinn 223-202. 628, and Anthony Angotti 243. Kennelly paced the Don E.
and Joe Lampariello 236-257- Thompson 222-246-235-703, and Danny Hunter shot 231, John In the Wednesday Earlybirds Hellhake Memorial rolling games
256-749. Jonathan W. Stigall 235-277-702. Delosso 221, and Rob Hennessy League Char Martino shot 222- of 204-247-201 for a high 652.
Jen Daunno 750 Steven Osiadacz 715 215 in the Iselin AA League. 217-617, and Sue Ragas 190. John Syslo shot 253-631, Paul
HOPELAWN, NJ - Jen Daunno HOPELAWN, NJ - Steve Stefanski 212-235-630, and
topped the scoring in the Premiere Osiadacz led the scoring in the Damon Todman 234-629.
Pro Shop Sunday Trios League fir- Family League rolling games of
ing games of 248-245-257 for a 259-269 for a high series of 715.
high series of 750. Daniel Pawelek shot 247-212-
Joe Lampariello rolled 236-277- 655, Anthony Angotti 236-221-
214-277, Rich Chailet shot 259- 621.
228-234-721, Paul Marel 212- Joseph Abadilla 685
243-246-701, and Pat Bowler 230- HOPELAWN, NJ - Joseph
259-205-694. Abadilla topped the scoring in the
Mike Kelly 733 Avenel Youth League rolling
HOPELAWN, NJ - Mike Kelly games of 236-211-238 for a high
topped the scoring in the series of 685.
Wednesday Night Trios League Spencer Fabe shot 234-209-622,
blasting games of 220-235-278 for Korey Balewitz 230-219-614, and
a high series of 733. Jordan Stoveken 214.
Phil Okner shot 232-243-243- In the South Shore League Matt
718, Bill Hoese 244-238-212-694, DAndrea shot 213-204, Derek
and Joe Luckus 235-202-242-679. Smith 226, and Tim Lubniewski


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Nick Varano 686, Ryan McGuire 682 ROCKAWAY ROLLERS
Mercedes Morel 679 Top Stan Rockaway Mixed: Mike Kavanaugh 267, Daron
Niemiec Youth Travelers Action Samples 265-662, Gene Pukas 254, Jesus Cruz 247- Fox Hills Seniors: Stuart Gomer 247-641, Morris
By Vince Albrecht its talent depth, Hi-Tor II called on
652, Ken George 247-660, Keith Brower 246-681, Horowitz 245, Joe Dagostino 227-654, Regina
OAKLAND, NJ When the mist Nancy Kohut 646 and Nicole Richard Mayer 244, Bob Webb 240, Brian Theriault Nataluk 195-515, Bernadette Memolo 166, Helen
dissipated upon completion of Cona 576 to assist Tor Verano 637 652, Ryan Prevost 652, Lynne Coleman 248-603, Loverro 164-456.
Stan Niemiec YTL play at Holiday and Isabella Palamaro 610 in out- Liesl Apgar 236-654, nicole McConnell 235-594, Morris Hills Mixed: Sal Antoniello 201-533, Ronald
Bowl, forty-two deuces, six gunning Bowler City II, 5-2 in a Keri May 228-610, Nidia Haneveld 219-537. Stickney 190-460, Barry Webb 181-459, BIll
650+ and eight 600+ had been completion of a match from open- Hamilton 168-463, Joyce Brokling 199-517, Dolores
rolled by the gifted young keglers. ing week. The twin victories cata- Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 189-530, Daryl Frank Webb 185-485, Beth Williams 159-438, Nancy
In the highest scoring faceoff of pulted the New Yorkers into sec- 171-476, Jerry Szekula Sr. 15-418, Michelle Halko Kolbusch 156-422.
the session, Hi-Tor I, despite ond place. 152-422.
delivering seven 200s, was Lodi strengthened its hold on the Rockaway Women: Marybeth Kanouse 190-509,
swept by its sister squad, which top rung by capturing seven points Youth: Weekend Warriors: Isaacs Russell 226-605, Tina Richardson 190-510, Carol Scheu 182-480,
fired six deuces of its own. in a nail-biter encounter with Peter Bloom 108-235, Brandon Tapper 98-272, Paul Susan Chillemi 181-462, Rochelle Duda 179, Diana
Average leader Nick Varano 686 Montvale, taking the opener by
Yacullo 95-280, Richard Socolich 74-194, Jesse Reis Arvidson 178, Lois Kehmna 177-475, Mary Crenzio
[246-204-236] and 12-year-old thirteen sticks and a thrilling high-
43-111, Hannah DIgangi 138-352. 173-470.
Dylan Busalan 667 [234-238-195] scoring middle game by six pins,
chased the maples off the pin 1010-1004; pacing Lodi were
decks for Hi-Tor I with Mark anchor Hunter Perry 664 [177- Spanish American Mixed: Dave Katz 280-781, Rockaway Foursome: Tom Griffin 239-650, Ernie
Shapiro and Matt Cona tallying 260-227] and Trevor Deliantis Henry Alvarez 255. Joe Karas 243-665, Ovido Ruiz Stone 235-690, JW Albensi III 235, James Stiles 232,
fine singles of 217 and 213 respec- with 648 [223-205-220]; Jake Jr. 621. Brian Theriault 660, Jason Stadtler 658, Lynne
tively; their efforts werent Nappi added a 203: 582 and Coleman 244-604, Alison Gomer 234-604, Brittney
enough to stop Hi-Tor IIs freight Amanda Madara finished strong Strikes and Spares: Ned Nardone - 233-608, Rob Harris 204, Kathy Bradley 195-539.
train. Anchor Mercedes Morel with a 210 single. Montvales high Ogilvie 215-588, John Maerz 213, Tom Lindow 601,
propelled the distaffers with 679 rollers were Chris Torres 214-279: SUe Dobrinsky 174-497, Rachel West 172-510, Nor Bu Lodge: Matthew Suk 247-575, Charles
[246-268-165], gaining plenty of 648, Matt Russell 190-235-212: Jeanette Petty 159, Deb Francomacaro 445. Wright 231-610, John Uffer 221, Darlene Krazowski
help from Isabella Palamaro 603 637 and Henry Tipping 218: 599; 203-520, Stacey Abasto 201-498, Marie Vantreuren
[163-225-215], Tor Verano 584 Logan Priesel celebrated his 14th Greenbriar Seniors: Alex Dalmedo 225-608, John 200-499.
[203-170-211] and Akira birthday by matching or surpass- Uffer 186-522, Robert Hacker 158, Joe Cropanese
DeLoatch [190-210]. Known for ing his average all three games.
421, Hedy Knight 156-407, Cathy O'Connell 154- Thursday Night Mixed: Richard MCColligan 269-
396. Kathy Bruno 149. 761, Paul Rozenbersky 266-725, Justis Campbell

02179$/(/$1(6 Monday Night Mixed: James Suitt 279-630, John

248-718, Doug Sholtz 244-678, Miguel Galloza 237-
658, Nidia Haneveld 267-648, Kimberly Cartelli
Stutz 249, Glen Malmstone 243-656, Al Collins 213-
581, Maria Jankovitz 210-, Wendy Malmstone 190.
208-515, Donna Sodano 193-537, Martha Hoffman
 Chester Men: Stephan Szardenings 289-725, Allen Rockaway Mixed: Dave Sabella 278-687, RIchard
Home of many Mens, Womens and Mixed Leagues Alpaugh 257-714, Vincent Rossi 236-656, Joe Mayer 278-703, WIlliam Degnan 277-682, Steve
Excellent Junior Program and Adult-Junior Leagues Picciallo 227, Patrick Lyness 227, JT Wilkinson 227, Rainer 267, Steve Woods 265, Jim Testa 260-701,
Steve Baird 225-643, Stephen Petersen 224, Norm Herberto Matias 258, Ryan Prevost 258-715, Karen
&RPHVHHRXUVSHFLDOV Wugman 224-637. Yodice 245-689, Dawn Palmer 239-630, Liesl Apgar
:HZLOODGYHUWLVHVSHFLDOVUHJXODUO\RQRXUZHEVLWH 224-617, Lynne Coleman 223, Dori Tingoli 215-600,
6HHRXUZHEVLWHIRUGHWDLOV Rockaway Trios: Chris Sytsma 297, Tom Jordan Tanya Beeh 201.
279-751, Brian Scott 278-787, Brett Shapiro 277,
 Mike Potoski 268, Dave Krivak 268, Pete Cuozzo Bumper Busters: Ryan Willis 109-187, Cody Willis
6FKRROV&DPSVDQG&RUSRUDWH*URXSV:HOFRPH 720, Stephen Friedella 725, Daron Samples 739, Dori 90-166.
.LGV3DUWLHV %XPSHU%RZOLQJ Tinogoli 206-571, Nidia Haneveld 206, Donna Ratta
)ULHQGO\)DPLO\$WPRVSKHUH 204, Jennifer Drry 197-555. Ball Busters: Liam Reale 180-490 and Gavin Mattes
0LNH)XQWVFK0DQDJHU County Tuesday Night Mixed: Glen Frey 278-771,
-DVRQ2SSHOW$VVLVWDQW0DQDJHU Christopher Lynch 275-705, Joe Bawiec Jr. 268, Jose Put Togethers: Geno McCroy 206-563, Jerry
-HDQ)XOPRUH/HDJXH&RRUGLQDWRU Acevedo 266, Jeff Morin 258, Frank Procaccini 258- Szekula Sr. 194-413, Daryl Frank 163-452, Michelle
%RE%DO]DUHN-XQLRU3URJUDP&RRUGLQDWRU 704, Lynne Coleman 236-696, Bette Simmonds 202, Halko 189-537, Amy Caselli 150-421.

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PBAs 38th Year of ESPN Coverage Begins Sunday, December 10

GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX kicks off 17-event Go Bowling! PBA Tour schedule for 2017-18
CHICAGO The Professional Bowlers Association and be one of the PBAs most interesting TV seasons ever: Bowl in Portland, Maine, where the Elias Cup will be
ESPN are teaming up for the 38th consecutive year to pro- - The PBA Tournament of Champions will make an his- decided over a series of four telecasts.
vide millions of sports fans with world-class bowling action toric return to its longtime host center AMF Riviera Lanes - Columbus, Ohio, hosts both the Barbasol PBA Players
beginning Sunday, Dec. 10, from the GEICO PBA World near Akron, Ohio, where the PBAs signature event was Championship and the Mark Roth/Marshall Holman
Series of Bowling IX presented by Eldorado Reno held from 1966-1994. Doubles Championship presented by BowlerX.com.
Properties. - The United States Bowling Congress Masters will be In addition to 29 hours of live coverage of PBA competi-
A total of 17 competitions on Sundays through May will contested in a special arena setting in Syracuse, N.Y.s tion on ESPN, ESPN3 and streaming on the ESPN app, the
feature the best players in the world in a diverse series of downtown Convention Center. Go Bowling! PBA Tour schedule will feature a season-long
events that will decide the 2017 Player of the Year race and - The PBAs new Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary celebration of the 60 Greatest Moments in PBA History.
kickstart the 2018 Go Bowling PBA Tours benchmark 60th Classic, as part of a season-long celebration Those moments will be counted down and revealed on the
anniversary season. All events will also stream live via the highlighting the PBAs creation in 1958, will come from ESPN telecasts beginning with the PBAs Big February
ESPN app. Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, one of the leading tourna- slate of events. And, as part of the 60th Anniversary cele-
Providing the commentary will be lead announcer Dave ment venues in the country and host of numerous PBA bration, a new opening for the ESPN telecasts has been pro-
LaMont in his second season, PBA Hall of Famer Randy major championships. duced and can be seen here:
Pedersen in his 17th year as color analyst and former Miss - The State Farm Chris Paul PBA Celebrity Invitational https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUdShnqLUgA
USA Kimberly Pressler returning for her eighth season as presented by Go Bowling, in its eighth year moves to NBA Promotional tune-in posters will be in more than 2,500
sideline reporter. star Pauls new home in Houston and returns to a Super Bowling Proprietor Association of America Strike Ten par-
"ESPN is looking forward to another year of PBA on our Bowl Sunday air date. ticipating centers as part of the Go Bowling umbrella spon-
networks," said Burke Magnus, ESPN Executive Vice - The PBA World Championship as the WSOBs main sorship of the PBA.
President of Programming and Scheduling. "One of our event, along with all PBA animal pattern championships, a All qualifying rounds of competition and archived ESPN
longest-standing relationships, PBA on ESPN provides USA vs. World team event and the World Bowling Finals finals will be on the PBAs online bowling channel, Xtra
exciting content for both avid and casual bowling fans, and come from bowlings greatest stage, the National Bowling Frame. For subscription and scheduling information go to
it continues to serve an important sector of our fan base." Stadium in Reno, Nev. xtraframe.tv or download the PBA Xtra Frame app.
Looking ahead at notable highlights for what promises to - The PBA League team event returns to raucous Bayside

2017-18 GO BOWLING! PBA TOUR ESPN SCHEDULE (all times Eastern)

Sunday, Dec. 10, 1 p.m.** USA vs. The World, National Bowling Sunday, Feb. 18, 1 p.m. Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary Classic,
Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 17, 9 p.m.) Woodland Bowl, Indianapolis, live.
Sunday, Dec. 17, 1 p.m.** PBA Chameleon Championship present- Sunday, Feb. 25, 1 p.m. Barbasol PBA Players Championship,
ed by Reno Tahoe, National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live on Wayne Webbs Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, live.
ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 18, 3 p.m.) Sunday, March 25, 2 p.m.** Mark Roth/Marshall Holman PBA
Sunday, Dec. 17, 2 p.m.** PBA Shark Championship presented by Doubles Championship presented by BowlerX.com, Wayne Webbs
Xtra Frame, National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live on ESPN3 and Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, Feb.
ESPN app, Nov. 18, 5:30 p.m.) 25, 4:30 p.m.)
Sunday, Dec. 24, 1 p.m.** PBA Cheetah Championship presented by Sunday, April 15, 1 p.m. USBC Masters, Nicholas J. Pirro
PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game, National Bowling Stadium, Convention Center, Syracuse, N.Y., live.
Reno, Nev. (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 18, 7:15 p.m.) Sunday, April 22, 1 p.m.** PBA League Quarterfinals 1 & 2, Bayside
Sunday, Dec, 24, 2 p.m.** Pepsi PBA Scorpion Championship pre- Bowl, Portland, Maine (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, April 21, noon)
sented by Go Bowling!, National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live on Sunday, April 29, 1 p.m.** PBA League Quarterfinals 3 & 4, Bayside
ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 18, 9 p.m.) Bowl, Portland, Maine (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, April 21, 3:30
Sunday, Dec. 31, 1 p.m.** PBA World Championship, National p.m.)
Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 19, 3 Sunday, May 6, 1 p.m.** PBA League Semifinals 1 & 2, Bayside
p.m.) Bowl, Portland, Maine (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, April 22, noon)
Sunday, Jan. 7, 1 p.m.** World Bowling Tour Mens and Womens Sunday, May 13, 1 p.m.** PBA League Elias Cup Finals, Bayside
Finals presented by PBA, National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev. (live Bowl, Portland, Maine (live on ESPN3 and ESPN app, April 22, 3:30
on ESPN3 and ESPN app, Nov. 19, 6:30 p.m.) p.m.)
Sunday, Feb. 4, 2 p.m. State Farm CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational
presented by Go Bowling! (Houston, Texas, tba) **Presentations will air live on ESPN3 and the ESPN app, then re-air
Sunday, Feb. 11, 1 p.m. PBA Tournament of Champions, AMF on delay on ESPN
Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio, live.
December 6 - 11, 2017 SPORTS REPORTER 7

Vinny DAmbrosio 27 in-a-row for 817 AT MAPLE LANES RVC

Highlighted by 300 and 278 Games Jason Edison Jr. 289 Friedman, Shilling 277
In Hankel Classic League ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Jason Eddison, Jr led ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In the Wednesday
the scoring in the Tuesday Late Mens League blast- Early Mens League both Steven Friedman and John
By John Jennings ing games of 289-200-220 for a high series of 709. Shiling fired a high game of 277.
HOWELL, NJ Vinny DAmbrosio of Storm on Destinos Pizza rolled
Don Railey shot 279, Ettore Turilli 278, Nicholas Rob Velez hit 258, Teddy Avgerinos 254, and Bill
27 consecutive strikes with a 239-300-278 for an 817 series for all hon-
Ditaranto 276, and Bill Latham 258. Viccora 248.
ors in the Hankel Classic. On lanes 27-28, he finished the first game
with 6 strikes, threw 12 in the second game, and the first 9 in game three Mark Gralto 289 Debbie Donnelly and Kami Radin shot 189, and
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY- Mark Gralto fired a Nancy Johnson 180 in the Tuesday Long Beach
before a seven pin stopped the quest for back-to-back 300s. Larry Gitlitz
progressively improved all night for a remarkable 770 series on games high game of 289 in the Oceanside Knights of Catholics League.
of 233-258-279. Six other bowlers had 700 series including Leslie Bohn Columbus League. Timmy Mingo 259
710 with a 277 and 252 to earn the womens top honor scores. Keith Massimillo shot 269, Richie Butt 267, and ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In the Wednesday
Chuck Marciano 258. Night Mixed League Timmy Mingo rolled 259, both
LEADERS AT LODI LANES In the Rockvilles League Carrie Kusterbeck shot Bobby Mazzei and Keith Benenati 258, and both Ray
Monday Night Trios: Manny Gonzalez 287-718, Chang Pang 279, 220, and Ronnie Billig 213. Brooks and Willie Fessler 257.
Jordan Lopez 279-725, Sharon Marcellaro 278-693, Paul Stuart 745. Mike Desmond 288 Patricia Guido shot 176-171, and both Adrienne
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY- Mike Desmond topped Lupo and Gina HIll 167 in the Tuesday Koffee Kats
Friday G & L: Phil Napolitano 269, Joe McCormick 267, Mike the scoring in the Wednesday AM Trios League firing League.
O'Grady 264, Deborah Sidney 223. a high game of 288. Robertson, Slade 279
Mel Brown shot 269, Robert Young 268, and ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY- Gary Robertson and
Saturday Morning Juniors: Liam Henkel 266-663 Jeremy Ramirez Andrew Larsen 258. Jeremy Slade each shot a high game of 279 in the
247, Marissa Cosentini 228, Hunter Perry 225. Monday 4 Man Classic League.
Lawrence Welfare 279-740
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Lawrence Welfare Both Shaun Berkowsky and Glenn Smith rolled 268,
Monday Night Trios - Alex Protin 290-751, Michael Blandino 278, and Robert Aiello 264.
Chris Mota 269, Terry Drenth 256-707, Linda Rose 238, Matt Grubiak topped the scoring in the Custom Thumbz Doubles
733, Gary Vicente 720. League rolling games of 279-237 for a high series of David Ciofalo 258
740. ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - David Ciofalo rolled
Monday Sun Mix - Brian Creeley 268, Michael Laspada 265, Mickey Richard Salcedo shot 269-233-736, Thimothy 258, both Robert Burling and Al Bennett 249 in the
Williams 269-694, Tony Amendola 268, and James Friday Night Mixed League.
Travaglio 258.
Marino 266. In the Sunday Adult/Child League Joseph
In the Thursday Senior Birds League Henry Clay Massimillo shot 157, and Zachary Inserillo 151.
Wednesday Night Live - Keith McLeod 268-667, PJ Garcia 245, Mark
rolled 242, Jerry George 238, and Thomas romanelli
Ilnicki 241, Allie Suffin 232.
Wednesday Men's 820 - Pat Riotto 299-738, Joe Alfano 276, Steve AT JIB LANES
Vaniderstine 267-749, Todd VanAken 712. Pepper Graves 778 Vega Jr., Chacon 902 Dollar Bill Gantt 646
FLUSHING, NY - Pepper Graves FLUSHING, NY - Jimmy Vega, Jr FLUSHING, NY - Dollar Bill
Wednesday 5-Man - Doug Weiler 299, Jimmy Medina 277, Nino
topped the scoring in the Ted Guy and Jhun Chacon each fired a high Gantt paced the scoring in the
Polanco 275, Shaun Dunning 749, Matt Dunning 732, Percy Remulla Classic League blasting games of series of 902 in the PBC Winter Early Birds Mixed League rolling
700. 245-255-278 for a high series of League. Jimmy shot 267-213-235, games of 210-212-224 for a high
778. and Jhun 216-246-248. series of 646.
Thursday Early Mix - Joe Bargallo 258-692, Matt Dunning 255, Joe Kurdziel, Jr rolled 222-257- Ogie Lawsin rolled 235-206-233- Terrence White 237, Daryl
Danny Lamberti 255-737, Vernon Moody 698, Meg Santander 214. 267-746, Wil Brown 243-245- 867, Roderick Delarosa 279-205- Blankenship rolled 226, James
237-725, Des Carti 224-235-258- 851, and Owel Ocampo 289-845. Carpenter, and Duane Titus 224.
Public Safety - Devin Ochiuzzo 299, Dave Ferrell Sr 268, Bobby Haase 717, Mel Chandler 217-258-228- In the Crown Jewels League
268-711, Raul Renteria 722, TJ Valentin 717. 703, and Damien Rodriguez 248- Charles Barber shot 223-234-652,
236-203-687. and Irving Smith 215. Tell the BOWLERS about
Friday Night G&L - Mike Rochinski 268-720, Phil Napolitano 267- Grace Veluya 729 Ian Galloway 720 That Perfect League
714, Robert Scott 258, Antonio Fonseca 673, Andrea Lebron 243. FLUSHING, NY - Grace Veloya FLUSHING, NY - Ian Galloway Or that Special Event
led the scoring in the Friday Hi- topped the scoring in the Ball and With your ad in the
Saturday Fil Am - Abner Buensalida 299, Tad Jones 267-770, Ariel Rollers League rolling games of Chain League blasting games of
Lanting 267-759, Monica Duran 270-698, Wilson Aponte Jr 764, Mary
Bechtel 245-672, Nichole Jones 245, Deanna Cryan 245-694.
269-257-203 for a high series of
228-267-225 for a high series of 720.
Twone Williams shot 246-223-
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Niecy Fox shot 244-204-279- 239-708, Joe Kurdziel, Jr. 248- sportsreporter1940@gmal.com
Saturday Morning Juniors- Jake Nappi 237-567, Aaron Zarzuela 235, 727, Tony Arias 258-234-728, 243-215-706, Irving Nicks 212-
Marissa Cosentini 233-585, Radwin Rodriguez 226, Jeremy Ramirez Jaime Ansale 244-234-222-700, 233-255-700, Anthony Crowley Or Call
621, Trevor Deliantis 594 and Bob Ostermann 222-2456- 254-233-684, and Shawn Wyatt 201-865-5363
236-703. 246-215-213-674.
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Peter Gilliland 279-735 Brian Letsz 279 Nicholas Hom 279 Wayne Embleton 257 Nathaniel Fuller 255
Gilliland topped the scoring in the Letsz paced the scoring in the Epic Hom led the scoring in the Sunday Tuesday Nite Owls League Wayne Fuller rolled 255, Charles Turner
Monday HS Practice League Edge Trios League blasting a high Adult/Junior League blasting Embleton took the top spot when 254, Byron Lamm 253, and
blasting games of 279-265 for a game of 279. games of 244-279-204 for a high he rolled rolled a 257 game fol- Tyrone Page 249 in the Tuesday
high series of 735. Gary Haines rolled 278-267-782, series of 727. lowed by Michael Larberg rolling Early Birds League.
Carmelo Randazzo hit 251-226, Steve Pavlinko, Jr. 236-248-2699- Tris Stremmel shto 242, Ryan 254, Lukas Zito 248, and both In the Tuesday AM Ladies
Andew Scarpaci 235, and Michael 753, Stephen Andretta 269-237- Fina 183-175, and William David Koestner and Andrew League Jess Valentino shot 189,
Lamanno 233. 236-824, Sunil Kochar 268, and Romanelli 181. Lamb 246. Vickie Rich 177, and Jo-Anne
In the Saturday St. Maratin Robert Figgers, Jr. 267. Fina 173.

League Michael Graston shot 217, Biran Selwin 268
Brian Lunetto 197, Ryan Fina 190,
Alex Grzybowski 183, and Mike

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Bryce Ingram 289
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Rob Figgers shot 247-247-279- Pimpinella 246, Josh Rosado 236, 12()*+91+2+1.*6(-(,-1)C+41+*1*64-1)(?
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773, Steve Pavlinko, Jr. 279-247- and Keith Squires 225. ,) B,015'4)>G-C1+*G.13V*/+*'()(3V1+B+(---64+*54*631'',+ 54 '' +( H ( +* 0 ,3 V * 1 * 6 (
227-753, and Cameron Potts 258. W0/**(+2'9X?YZ+(---',3V-G3,-/,'*+1/-(+-,)B[(,)-,+(C(+.4**(B?Y\71 $FZ(C()B4)>1)*6(*1*,'12()*+4(-G*6(*1/+),.()*.,),>(.()*
Brendan Rini 257 ]A- 64+*-G6,*-G-61+*-G1+-5(,*C,)*-,''15(B? 31 ..4)(?**((+(-(+H(-*6(+4>6**1-36(B/'(*511+*6+((C,+*434C,)*-*1

Charles Turner 289
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FARMINGDALE, NY- Charles Rini rolled 257, Bert Messina +/6)15,(-956 -?43]6 6(.,
Turner bowled a high game of 289 64> 6(+4)*6(c/,'4294)>+1/)B? -

253, David Inloes 247, and both
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Doug Karlson shot 277, Bill Law +1' 'A12254''B(34B(*6($e*6c/,'424(+?d2,*4(-*4''(f4-*-G*51,BB4*41),' *6(+-?,'VA4)()*+4(-54*631)24+.(B*('(C61)(+(-(+H,*41)-54*6*6(
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269, and both Daneil Levin and
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Bob Farrell 268.
Gomez rolled a 203 game, fol- 5612,4'*136(3V4)1+)1*429*6(*1/+),.()*.,),>(+C+41+*1bJF
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lowed by Steve Swerksy 200 in B(34B4)>*6(54))(+?]4(-54''0(0+1V()/-4)>*51.1+(2+,.(-'4V(,
Nick Fazzolare shot 247, Tom )4) *6,)B*()*62+,.(?]51'1--(-,)B,31)*(-*,)*4-('4.4),*(B? $^1*1gg21+-36(B/'(-,)B+(-/'*-?

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Carley 236, Daniel Kober 234,

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James Hood 257, and Anthony    0    
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Steve Swersky shot 234, Tom
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League George Brenner rolled In the Friday Sunshine Kids

201, GerardHoeler 196, Marvin
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Slifkin 193, and Rosemarie Hoeler
Joe Livolsi 193, George Brenner   i  
192, and Al Noll 183.