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  LODI, NJ – Chuck Ontal foundthe line to perfection rolling a 300game in his 781 set and Tom TwistIII posted his 300 in a 768 serieswhile competing in the Sat Fil-Amleague at Lodi Lanes.Alex Lindsay was close to perfectwith his 290 while Flor Mangasicollected a 747 series followed byladies Raquel Salobecke with 254-646, and Kathleen Sloan with a253 game.HOPELAWN, NJ - MichaelMorris, Jr blasted a 300 game inthe Premiere Pro Shop SundayTrios League at Majestic Lanes.Dorien Soto shot 266-268-211-745, Michael Morris, Sr. 245-220-268-733, Brandon Micewicz 228-258-237-723, Pat Bowler 215-257-231-703, and John Roam214-251-235-700. Ken Grzelaczyk Blasted 300 At Farmingdale LanesBrandon Andujar 300-780 at Jib Lanes The East's Most Read Bowling Weekly  Sports Reporter The Nation's Leading Bowling Tournament Newspaper Since 1940 Vol. 79 No. 06 April 11 - 17, 2018 25 cents John Schilling Slammed 300 At Maple Lanes RVC FARMINGDALE, NY - KenGrzelaczyk blasted a 300 game inthe Exprssway Glass League atFarmingdale Lanes.Casey Sparacio shot 269-234,Fabrizio Cerutti 269, Lou Barbera268 Bertie Carrington 266, andShawn Green 261.FLUSHING, NY- BrandonAndujar earned top honors in theMidweek Mixers League at JibLanes blasting games of 258-300-222 for a high series of 780.Chaz Ameres rolled 244-279-245-768, Jesus Paredes 248-257-246-751, Jaime Ansale 247-236-230-713, and Chris Mayr 245-235-670.Baltimore’s DannyWiseman has had hisshare of time in the spot-light as a 12-time PBATour champion and PBAHall of Fame inductee, but he got an unexpected“15 minutes of fame” onopening day of the Major League Baseball seasonwhen he attended theOrioles’ home opener against the MinnesotaTwins – and caught thegame-winning 11th-inning walk-off home run by Baltimore’s Adam Jones.Well, he sort of caught the ball. Wiseman admitted thesizzling line drive went rightthrough his hands and hithim the chest. But, he noted,he got the ball…and a size-able welt.“It won’t out-rank my(USBC) Masters win (atMiller Park in Milwaukee) or my title in Baltimore in1990, but in terms of excite-ment, yah, it ranks right upthere,” Wiseman said. Jay Nephew Wins First PBA Title Chuck Ontal, Tom Twist III Hit 300 At Lodi LanesMichael Morris, Jr. Rolled 300 At Majestic Lanes ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -John Schilling fired a 300 game inthe Monday 4-Man ClassicLeague at Maple Lanes RVC.Paul Palmeri shot 243-236-289-768, Julio Zambrano and EdBoremski 279, Len Ambruso 278,Adam Robertson 277, HarrisBarber 269, Rafael Acosta 268,Richard McCarthy 267, WillieFessler and John Khantzian 266. Danny Wiseman Gets Another 15 Minutes of Fame Houston’s Jay Nephew won his last seven matchesin the eight-game modified round robin finals to pullaway from the field and win his first PBA title in theHouston Copperfield Bowl Southwest Challenge, presented by 900 Global, on Easter Sunday. Nephew, who finished second in last year’sCopperfield event, had previously won a Challengeevent as a non-member, but didn’t earn a PBA title because he was an amateur until 2015. Along with histitle he earned the $2,000 winner’s check.After qualifying fifth in the 13-game qualifying portion of the event, Nephew started the match playfinals with a loss in his first match, but won his nextsix matches to build a 24-pin lead over amateur JacobHeger from Spring, Texas, going into the final posi-tion round match where he defeated Heger, 247-183,for the win. Heger maintained second place over for-mer USBC Queens champion Maria Rodriguez, aColombia native now living in Austin, Texas, whofinished third.● April’s busy regional schedule continues over theApril 6-8 weekend with the PBA GrandCasino/Hotel/Resort Southwest Open, presented byHammer, at FireLake Bowling Center in Shawnee,Okla., and the PBA and PBA50 Earl AnthonyWest/Northwest Memorial doubleheader at EarlAnthony’s Dublin Bowl in Dublin, Calif.● The only PBA Regional event on the April 13-15calendar is the PBA Bowlers Discount Pro Shop EastOpen, presented by Hammer, at AMF Towson Lanesin Towson, Md.● As the PBA50 Tour season closes in, PBA50 players will have a final tuneup opportunity in thePBA50 Sarasota South Open at Sarasota Lanes inSarasota, Fla., April 18-20.● The April 20-22 PBA Regional calendar includesthe Debbie & Leo Nunan Memorial Central Open presented by Track at AMF Stardust Lanes in GroveCity, Ohio; and PBA South Point West Challenge for non-champions plus the South Point Member/Non-Member Doubles, both presented by Brunswick, inLas Vegas.● Closing out the month over the April 27-29 week-end will be the PBA Rockaway Lanes East Open, pre-sented by Storm, in Rockaway , N.J., and the PBABrighton Construction Myrtle Beach South Open atMyrtle Beach Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C.● For complete PBA Regional schedules, rules andentry information, visit pba.com, open the “sched-ules” tab and click on PBA Regional Tours to find theevent(s) in your area…and remember, you can follow“live scoring” for all PBA Regional events on pba.com (easily accessible for Apple device usersusing the PBA app). PBA photo Danny Wiseman Dan DiGirolamo 300 at Maple Lanes RVC ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY -Dan DiGirolamo topped theCustom Thumbz Doubles Leagueat Maple Lanes RVC firing 235-224-300 for a high series of 759.Alby Pezzella shot 288-256,Mario Pagan 279, Josh Vine 278,Tony Amendola 269, and HarlanWittenstein and Leroy Singletary266.  2 SPORTS REPORTER April 11 - 17, 2018 By Vince Albrecht LODI, NJ – Despite having alreadyclinched the Stan Niemiec YouthTravel League crown, the Lodisquad continued to flex their con-siderable bowling skills as theyracked up eight “200s” and three“600s” in a sweep of Bowler City I;registering the session’s best num- bers, Lodi rolled 875/2482 net,averaging 206+/player. Leading theonslaught was anchor Trevor Deliantis with 666 [237-202-227],the day’s high threesome; Hunter Perry blasted 234-242 en route to a647 while Jake Nappi came aroundwith a triple deuce 636 [212-200-224]; Amanda Madara added toLodi’s strong offensive displaywith 192: 533. Bowler City I didn’tgo quietly, rolling well enough to be competitive and falling just four  pins shy in game two when Trevor Savoye, who finished with 605,fired his 226. Also scoring well for BC I were Margaux Lessor 192:554 and Patrick Kane 191: 533. Next week’s finale will pit theteams in position order, meaningLodi’s champs will engage runner-up Holiday.Tom Chamberlain continued historrid bowling by scorching the laneswith a triple deuce 660 [201-212-247] as Holiday managed to snarefour points after a slow start againstHi-Tor II who were in Syracuse for the New York State Tournament.Wade Chamberlain, who hadn’t bowled for over two months with ahand injury, returned in fine fashion,rolling 598 on consistent games of 191-206-201. Jared Duncan added203-215 and David Neil, one of theleague’s “200+” average bowlers,managed only one mark in his firsteight frames, but came through witha triple for a 129 opener; showing hismoxie, David figured it out by thefinale when he finished with a 215.In another position face-off, T-Bowl’s Dylan Heinold almost single-handedly pulled off a tie for histeam’s opener against Montvale,exploding with a 256, the day’s bestsingle; Chris Torres contributed 224-200 and Mostafa Saleh 211 for T-Bowl, but although the other gameswere closely contested, Montvalewent on to capture six points behindHenry Tipping’s huge 653 set [222-199-232] with help from Brian Biml205, Ryan Kitz 201 and MichaellaRaab 199. Hi-Tor I was unable to be presentfor its match against Bowler CityII, which claimed seven points behind strong efforts from StevenDeFabiis 641 [218-243-180],Derek Lewandowski 636 [188-205-243], Peter Bondy 221-193and Mia Aish who made the neces-sary adjustments to recover from aslow start to score an impressive223 finish. AT FARMINGDALE LANES Fred Catapano 289-759 FARMINGDALE, NY - Fred Catapano topped the scoring in theTuesday Early Birds League firing games of 289-269 for a high series of 759.Michael Berardino shot 279, Charles Jordan 269, Amifika Greaves258, and Curtis Brown 256.  Scott Calica 279-729 FARMINGDALE, NY - Scott Calica led the scoring in the Tuesday NiteOwls League rolling games of 279-267 for a high series of 729.Victor Cassano shot 278, David Koestner 264, Kyle Durfee 258, andEdmond Wing 246.  Phillip Jankowitz 289 FARMINGDALE, NY - Phillp Jankowitz topped the scoring in theMonday HS Practice League firing a high game of 289.Michael Lamanno rolled 267, Carmelo Randazzo 265, Chris Mirer 257, and Peter Gilliland 247.  Pete Mockler 287  FARMINGDALE, NY - Pete Mockler fired a high game of 287 in theSunday Vacation League.Chris Hansen shot 269, Rob McCourt235, and Ronnie Simon 227. William Romanelli 279 FARMINGDALE, NY - William Romanelli rolled 279, Nicholas Fina223, and Nicholas Hom 213 in the Sunday Adult/Junior League.  Kyle Durfee 269 FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Friday Late Mixed League Kyle Durfeeshot 269, Mike Agosta 257, Dave Kenney 254, and Daniel Schrafel 248.In the Saturday St. Martin League Michael Graston shot 223, Mark Ferrara 214, and Andrew Dompkowski 207.  Joe Bressi 268 FARMINGDALE, NY - Joe Bressi topped the scoring in the Monday Night League firing a high game of 268.Chris Tesi shot 254, Jim Tortorice, Jr. 248-233, and Joe Bass 244.In the Saturday St. Martin League Michael Graston shot 232, Victor Guidotti 222, and Alex Grzybowski and Brillian Soedarmasto 207.  Mike Walsh 265 FARMINGDALE NY - In the Thursday Goodtimers League MikeWalsh shot 265, Steve Butera 246, and George Hudak 232. Charlie Turner, Greg Herzing, Jeff Page 258 FARMINGDALE, NY- Charlie Turner, Jeff Page and Greg Herzing eachrolled a high game of 258 in the Tuesday Early Birds League. Nathaniel Fuller and Vernone Brown rolled 256, Calvin Nottingham255, and Morris Jackson and Sharon Thomas 246.  Brian Beale 257  FARMINGDALE, NY - In the Thursday Goodtimers League BrianBeale rolled 257, Mike Walsh and Stephen Jones 244, and Dale Alberino232.In the Tuesday AM Ladies League Vicki Rich shot 215, and SuzanneKatz 203.  Danny Riccobono 248 FARMINGDALE, NY - Danny Riccobono rolled 248, Brendan Rini238-232, Michael Russo 237, and David Inloes 236 in the Monday Night Fourplay League.In the Sunday Adult/Junior League Timothy Hom shot 234, TomRomanelli 225, and Stephan Diaczon, Sr. 209. Trevor Deliantis, Tom Chamberlain Top Youth Travelers Sports Reporter Editor Publisher Dan McDonough  Technology Editorial Assistants Hank Allen Immaculatta D’Elia Contributing Writers Joan Taylor Pat McDonough For information regarding advertising, subscriptions, or editorial content write to: E-mail: SportsReporter1940@gmail.com Or Dan at:  mcdonough1@aol.com  Sports Reporter P.O. Box 1491, Secaucus, NJ 07094 201)865-5363  April 11 - 17, 2018 SPORTS REPORTER 3 Thank you for bowling with us! I T ’ S   TIME   TO   GO   LEAGUE   BOWLING !             S PACES   STILL   EXIST   FOR   INDIVIDUAL   BOWLERS    AS   WELL    AS   FULL   TEAMS   IN   MANY    OF   OUR   LEAGUES . All Maple Family Centers Junior League Bowlers are entitled to participate in the Peter J LaSpina Memorial Scholarship Tournament. 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Charlie Harris 266  ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - In the Wednesday Night Mixed LeagueCharlie Harris rolled 266, Salvatore Gambino 264, Frank Macchio 259,Pat Zenker 258, and Ray Brooks 257.Erica Gershkowitz rolled 194-168, Cara Howfield 189, and DebbieDonnelly 185 in the Tuesday Long Beach Catholics League.  John LaBau 263 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - John LaBau led the scoring in the Bowl N Cruise League rolling a high game of 263.Both Gregory Frank and Kevin Rall rolled 256, Johnathan Fragano255, and Anthony Maldonado 247.  Michael Carpenter 257  ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - MIchael Carpenter rolled a high game of 257 in the Thursday Senior Birds League.Alex Bogolubsky shot 256-247, Jerry George 237, and Joe DiRe 233.In the Sunday Adult/Child League Quentin Jones shot 216-207,Morgan Winchell 174, and Zachary Inserillo 169.  Robert Walkowiak 247  ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Robert Walkowiak rolled 247, StevePatitucci 246, Sean McGinn 236, and John LaBau Sr. 235 in theThursday El Cheapo Mixed League.Michele Permutter rolled 196-155, Eileen Nappi 175, and PatriciaGuido 170 in the Tuesday Koffee Kats League.In the Monday Ladies Classic League Trish Lugo rolled 192-162,Mindy Myers 185, and Janet Jansen 182.  Mark DeRosa 240 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY - Mark DeRosa rolled 240, Donald Jones227, and JOhn Genna 215 in the Sunday Adult/Child League.In the Saturday St. Martin League Michael Graston shot 232, Victor Guidotti 222, and Alex Grzybowski and Brillian Soedarmasto 207.In the Monday Ladies Classic League Trish Lugo rolled 192-162,Mindy Myers 185, and Janet Jansen 182-144. Tony Trachina 790 FLUSHING, NY - Tony Trachinatopped the scoring in the Ball andChain League firing games of 234-268-288 for a high series of 790.Janet Flowers rolled 244-278-245-767, Twone Williams 2400-277-226-743, Robert Kuch 216-256-258-730, and Joe Peltzman237-269-226-732.  Danielle Merino 759 FLUSHING, NY - DanielleMerino topped the scoring in theTed Guy Classic League firinggames of 246-266-247 for a highseries of 759.Erick Flack shot 263-218-268-749, Mel Chandler 215-290-238-743, Nut Flowers 256-210-265-731, Mike Peietraniello 276-238-211-725, and Tony Vitucci 237-245-242-724.  Bobby Fox 758 FLUSHING, NY - Bobby Foxtopped the scoring in the Ball andChain League firing games of 289-225-244 for a high series of 758.Dylan Bustillo shot 279-268-205-752, Robert Kuch 278-259-215-752, Jaleesa Taylor 268-234-248-750, Nick Rotondo 276-217-248-741, and Brian Walters 278-247-215-740.  Malik Wade 729 FLUSHING, NY- Malik Wade ledthe scoring in the Friends andFamily League rolling games of 234-264-231 for a high series of 729.Will Watson rolled 244-225-259-728, Twone Williams 259-248-215-722, Brian Hunter 265-259-720, Mel Chandler 265-210-241-716, and Nathaniel Barton III 247-234-232-713.  Mannix Cruz 903 FLUSHING, NY - Mannix Cruztopped the scoring in the P.B.C.League rolling games of 237-258-216 for a high series of 903.Gary Robertson shot 267-233-213-900, Erick Agtuca 241-244-213-888, and Archie Nabas 217-209-257-865. AT JIB LANES PBA STARS LAND BERTHS ONTEAM USA 2018 Led by Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., who captured the 2018USBC Team USA Trials titles, in Las Vegas, another group of PBAstars will bowl for the United States as members of Team USA2018.Troup finished the 2018 event with 21 ranking points over fivequalifying rounds on five different lane conditions at The Orleansto earn his first berth on Team USA. The 26-year-old two-hander,who will represent Team USA in the 2018 QubicaAMF World Cup,will be joined on the team by PBA members AJ Johnson of Oswego, Ill.; Jakob Butturff of Tempe, Ariz., and Darren Tang of San Francisco, who earned berths based on qualifying; AndrewAnderson of Holly, Mich., and Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash,who were picked by the National Selection Committee, and ChrisBarnes of Double Oak, Texas; Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C.;EJ Tackett of Huntington, Ind.; Michael Tang of San Francisco andChris Via of Springfield, Ohio, who were selected by the NationalSelection Committee based on submitted resumes.Several of the women’s team members also have extensive PBAexperience in PBA Tour, PBA Regional or PBA Women’s Seriescompetition, including team trials winner Shannon O’Keefe of O’Fallon, Ill. Others who earned or were selected for team berthsinclude Kelly Kulick, Union, N.J.; Stefanie Johnson, McKinney,Texas; Shannon Pluhowsky, Dayton, Ohio; Liz Kuhlkin,Schenectady, N.Y.; Danielle McEwan, Stony Point, N.Y. and MissyParkin, Laguna Hills, Calif.
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