In the Pocket: Herrington believes he belongs with the big boys – The Daily Gazette

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There is a gigantic difference between league bowling and competing on the professional tours. After five years of paying his dues and learning how to bowl with the some of the best names in the sport, Don Herrington finally feels like he belongs with the big boys.

His next step is to beat some of the legends that he’s always looked up to.

The 58-year-old Mohonasen High School and Siena College graduate is coming off two outstanding weekends of major tournaments. At the New York State Senior Masters in New York City, he earned a two-round bye in qualifying, but lost in the first round of match play. But the next day in a companion event in New Jersey, he finished second in a field of 120 of the best seniors in the region.

“I crushed the brackets and bowled really well all weekend,” he said.

Last weekend, Herrington kept his hot streak going in back-to-back events of the Sammy V’s 10th Frame Senior Tour. He teamed up with Steve Wagoner in an over/under age 50 event to qualify for match play and split $280. Then, bowling on his own the next day, he finished third at the Valley Bowling Center in Waverly. Herrington lost to the eventual tournament champion, touring pro Brad Angelo, who rolled a 300 game in the final match.

“The past two weekends have been more of what I feel I can normally do,” Herrington said. “I was the only guy to cash both days. Although Steve Wagoner basically carried me in the doubles tournament, the singles event the next day was more like an Eastern regional with guys like Brad Angelo, Ryan Shafer, Rick Graham and John Conroy in the field. Both fields during the weekend were pretty spectacular, and I’m proud to have finished so well in both.”

Herrington has worked extremely hard on his game since turning pro, and it hasn’t been an easy trip. But he thinks he can bowl well on any condition from any point on the lane now.

“The first couple of years out on tour, I had some shots that were conducive to my game, but over the past two years, it doesn’t matter what pattern I’m bowling on. I’ve cashed on every length of oil, every difficulty of pattern and volume of oil, high or low. I can play the right-hand gutter or swing the ball across the lane. I feel like my game is well-rounded now,” Herrington explained.

But there is still one part of his game that is preventing him from achieving his ultimate goal of winning a PBA Tour event.

“The only thing I’m missing is that when I’m bowling against legends like Ryan Shafer and Brad Angelo, I’m not beating them, and I feel like I should be able to do that,” he said.

To that end, Herrington has decided to trim down.

“I’ve lost 35 pounds so far. I made the decision in September. I think my weight was part of the problem,” he said. “With the new eating plan, it was difficult to go away on weekends and have the right energy level, but now I think I’ve got the right balance. I’d like to get another 30 pounds off and then see what I can do.”

So far, Herrington has cashed in roughly 45 PBA regionals, finishing second twice and third twice. He’s also got eight top-10 finishes.

On the national PBA50 Tour, he’s cashed 16 times. His top finish was 12th at the PBA50 Senior Masters.

“The major differences between league bowling and the PBA Tours are the equipment you use and the equipment choices you make,” he noted. “On harder shots, you had better read the lane properly to score. There are sometimes when you can score better on a PBA Tour shot than a league shot because you know what to use. That’s why some of these guys on tour can average 240 on extremely hard shots.

“In league bowling, sometimes it becomes very much a situation of too much over/under reaction. The difference between the puddle in the middle and the place where the ball hooks off your hand is so dramatic that it can confuse even pro bowlers. In league bowling, you have to play the lane right to left. On the hard shots the pros play on, we play the lane front to back. We read how the ball goes through the fronts and move accordingly. I would say league patterns are different, and it’s not fair to compare them.”

Speaking of league bowling, Herrington competes in both the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City League Monday nights at Towne Bowling Academy, as well as the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league, also at Towne, where he has helped mentor his doubles partner, Lindsey McPhail.

He’s rolled 49 perfect games and has 22 800 triples on his resume. His highest league average has been 234, but he’s currently averaging 235 Wednesday nights and is leading the City League on Mondays with a 239.

Although he stays sharp with league bowling, Herrington’s heart is out on tour, and he still pinches himself when he ponders how much he enjoys the competition and the camaraderie.

“This is all still a shock when you stop and think about it,” he said. “I’ve actually led a tournament with Walter Ray Williams in it. For me, I had to open my eyes and my mind to everything about bowling on this level. I was just a sponge early on and I still am. If there is a different technique to approaching the game, I’ll listen to it. I want to learn how to handle different situations, like when I’m bowling with Brad Angelo. I was even with him through eight frames of our match last weekend before I cracked. I’ve got to learn how to win and take the match when I can.”

Herrington uses Storm and Roto Grip equipment exclusively and said he loves the way those bowling balls fit his game.

“Right now, those balls are amazing for me,” he said.

By the time he turns 60 in two years, Herrington wants to become a legitimate contender on the pro tours.

“I’ve bowled in the Central, Southwest, South and obviously the East PBA regions. I’ve basically made the whole east side of the Mississippi my area,” Herrington said. “I’ve been very fortunate that my knees and my body have been able to handle all of that bowling.”

Herrington knows he’s getting closer to moving up to the next tier of competition.

“Last year, I was 24th on the point list. I’m knocking on the door with the big boys,” he said. “That’s pretty good for a guy who hadn’t bowled at that level for 30 years. That’s why I get a lot of respect from the other bowlers out on tour. They’ve seen what I’ve done.

“When I was in my 30s and 40s, I was just a house hack. The guys out there appreciate all the work I’ve put in.”

Herrington said he couldn’t have racked up all of his accomplishments without a lot of help.

“I’ve got my own small army that has helped me,” he said “First of all, my wife, Mandy, has been my rock and the source of all my support. She’s the reason why I went from a house hack to a senior pro bowler. Then I’ve got to thank Brian LeClair and Mike Jasnau, as well as my good friends out on the tour, John Conroy and Sammy Ventura. They took me under their wing. We’ve become good friends and competitors. That’s part of the whole journey. Ninety-five percent of the guys on tour are helpers, including all of the legends.”

As an example of how the tour players help each other out, Herrington told a story of how former PBA Tour standout Bob Learn saw Herrington practicing all alone one day.

“I was there practicing, and Bob Learn watches me for a little while and then comes over and says, we’ve got a few minutes, let’s work on some things. He didn’t have to do that. Those are the types of guys that are out on the tour,” Herrington said.

THANKSGIVING EVENTS

If you have an appetite for bowling tournaments this holiday week, there are plenty from which to choose.

Town & Country Lanes will host its annual Turkey Shoot on Thanksgiving morning at 9:30 a.m. Entry fee is $30. The format will be four games with the lowest game thrown out. Handicap will be 80% of 240. Call 518-456-1113 for more information or to reserve your spot.

Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy hosts the annual Red Richards Thanksgiving Day Tournament at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $25 if paid by Sunday or $35 on the tournament date. Handicap is 90% of 230. The format is three games bowled on the same pair. The field is limited to 96 bowlers. Call 518-271-7800 for more information.

East Greenbush Bowling Center will have its fourth annual Thanksgiving Challenge on Thanksgiving Day at 9:30 a.m. Entry fee is $30 prepaid or $35 the day of the tournament. Handicap is 90% of 225. Top prize will be $400, based on 50 entries. Call 518-477-9306 for more information.

Broadway Lanes will host a Turkey Doubles on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Entry fee is $150 per team, with a top prize of $2,000, based on 36 teams. The format will be five games across 10 lanes, with a cut to the top 12 teams, which will bowl Baker-style matches for three more games. Call 518-747-2161 for more information.

On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Green Island Lanes will host a Thanksgiving Doubles tournament at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $50 per doubles team, and top prize is $350. Handicap is 80% of 230 with a maximum of 75 pins. Call 518-273-2322 for reservations.

STRIKES & SPARES

New NYS regulations have forced area bowling centers to modify their night-league and tournament schedules, because they must be closed by 10 p.m. if they have a liquor license.

Sportsman’s Bowl hosts the Frantic Junior Scratch Challenge Nov. 28 at 12:30 p.m. The format will be four games of qualifying and then three games of match play before a four-bowler stepladder. Entry fee is $45. At stake are junior scholarships.

Lefty Art Van Buren won the Town & Country handicap sweeper with a four-game score of 1,080, including a 300 game. He earned $300 in a field of 60 bowlers.

In the inaugural Saturday Sweeper at Barbecue Recreation in Hoosick Falls, Mike Smith shot a 992 and earned $250 for the win.

The third annual NYSCOPBA Over/Under Doubles wraps up Saturday and Sunday with multiple squads each day at Towne Bowling Academy. Entry fee $140 per team. Call Towne Bowling Academy at 518-355-3939 to reserve your spot for this extremely popular tournament.

Molly Chiesa (under-18 girls), Andrew Robitaille (under-18 boys), Eliana Occhino (under-15 girls) and Michael Oakes (under-15 boys) won their divisions at last week’s Empire State Youth Open at Sportsman’s Bowl. The next event will be a Baker-style doubles tournament Nov. 29. Call Sportsman’s Bowl (518-355-4330) for more information.

Congratulations to Albany League Bowlers Association of New York executive director Jim Burton, who rolled his 23rd career 300 game last week at Town & Country Lanes. Burton just missed adding to his career total with a 299 two weeks ago.

Speaking of the A.L.B.A.N.Y. events, the next tournament will be a doubles competition Dec. 13 at 9:30 a.m. at Spare Time Latham. There is a limit of 50 teams. Only bowlers with averages less than 215 are eligible. Handicap will be 100% with a maximum of 75 pins per game. Call Burton at 518-209-4748 for more information.

MAJOR BOWLING

Ryan Karabin tossed a 290 game during an 838 triple, Don Herrington ripped a 777, Jessica Aiezza rolled a 257-738 and Chris Radliff recorded a perfect game in the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial City league Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

John Musto Jr. blasted a 279-785 triple, and Chris Smith delivered a 258-757 for the featured performances in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Spark Derenzo shot games of 299 and 279 during a 1,035 four-game series, Ryan Karabin slammed a 269-964 and P.J. Derenzo shot a 290-956 in the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl.

In the Reis Group Kim Brown Memorial Mixed Doubles league, Matt Swiatocha delivered a 279-1,009 four-game series, Tom Earl connected for a 987, Joe VanDerLinden tossed a 279-958, Jamie Duncan also recorded a 958, Cliff Ruth rolled a perfect game, Kate Clark slammed a 266-961 and Erika Poje ripped a 278-958 Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

Mike Miseno ripped a 267-957, Billy McGaffin registered a 247-941 and A.J. Bryk slammed a 266-938 in the Amsterdam Men’s City league Monday night at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL CITY LEAGUE

Standings

DeCrescente Distributing 20-7, J&F Lawn Care 20-7, Syron’s Meat Market 18-9, Downs Roofing 17-10, Towne Bowling Academy 16-11, 20 North 16-11, Vito Sindoni 15-12, TSS Printing & Awards 14-13, Team 4 13-14, KKV Recovery 9-18, D&D Lawncare 9-18, Action Bowling Supply 9-18, Home Tech Electric 8-19, Rollarama 5-22.

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Match summaries

KKV Recovery (0)

Nick DiCerbo 190-186-154 — 530, Vinny Struffolino 169-207-203 — 579, Jackie Malone 213-232-190 — 635, Bob Faragon 212-176-167 — 555. Totals: 784-801-714 — 2,299.

Downs Roofing (3)

Chris Tinkle 279-215-196 — 690, P.J. Derenzo 256-193-248 — 697, Ryan Karabin 280-279-279 — 838, Billy Wigand 211-257-229 — 697. Totals: 1,026-944-952 — 2,922.

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D&D Lawncare (1)

Karrie Blake 224-193-218 — 635, Laura Rotter 229-198-222 — 649, Bill Judge 232-238-229 — 699, Patti Tenyenhuis 257-225-245 — 727. Totals: 942-854-914 — 2,710.

20 North (2)

Tommy Donato 290-234-194 — 718, Kenny Livengood 248-254-204 — 706, Joel Donato 267-247-237 — 751, Chris Radliff 220-300-200 — 720. Totals: 1,025-1,035-835 — 2, 895.

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DeCrescente Distributing (1)

Jessica Aiezza 244-237-257 — 738, Dave Samborin 213-248-170 — 631, Scott Rogers 225-224-245 — 695, Liz Kuhlkin 195-215-196 — 606. Totals: 877-924-869 — 2,670.

TSS Printing & Awards (2)

Paul Dumas 240-227-243 — 710, John Askew 279-182-189 — 650, Rick Speckhardt 216-218-213 — 647, Steve Wagoner 248-232-237 — 717. Totals: 983-859-882 — 2,724.

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Syron’s Meat Market (3)

Ken Wilkins 212-224-257 — 693, Brandon Wolf 195-249-218 — 662, Don Herrington 268-265-244 — 777, Ken LaBelle Jr. 224-227-223 — 674. Totals: 899-965-942 — 2,806.

Home Tech Electric (0)

Randy Fickert 190-143-225 — 558, Austin Zullo 209-185-140 — 534, Ronnie Zadrozny 235-243-227 — 705, Gabe Criscuolo 238-190-221 — 649. Totals: 872-761-813 — 2,446.

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Towne Bowling Academy (1)

Tom Earl 261-246-244 — 751, Lindsey McPhail 256-258-202 — 716, Marty Capullo Jr. 259-197-219 — 675, Debbie Capullo 202-214-239 — 655. Totals: 978-915-904 — 2,797.

Vito Sindoni (2)

Scott Chastenay 256-202-256 — 714 Mike DiCerbo 223-234-193 — 650, Rich Strath 255-242-181 — 678, Joe VanDerLinden 247-268-221 — 736. Totals: 981-946-851 — 2,778.

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Rollarama (1)

Jacob Rotter 200-178-163 — 541, Keith Lawyer 200-192-185 — 577, Dan Rotter 202-259-203 — 664, Tony Palumbo 215-195-231 — 641. Totals: 817-824-782 — 2,423.

Action Bowling Supply (2)

Rit Fazzone 168-178-160 — 526, Bob Messick 213-176-224 — 613, Natasha Bidwell 247-224-196 — 667, Matt Fazzone 246-214-235 — 695. Totals: 874-792-835 — 2,501.

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J&F Lawn Care (3)

Jason Brown 211-234-269 — 714, R.J. Martinez 219-190-253 — 662, Nick Stricos 239-234-255 — 728, Steve Hallenbeck 214-247-221 — 682. Totals: 883-905-998 — 2,786.

Team 4 (0)

Marc Fowler 178-199-211 — 588, Cassius Boyd 223-256-244 — 723, Chris Jones 202-199-206 — 621, Chad Propper 220-208-227 — 655. Totals: 837-862-888 — 2,587.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Next Level Detailing 28-8, Metroland Photo 26-10, Muny Grille 24-12, Rollin’ Smoke BBQ 23-13, Universal Auto Parts 22-14, Mike’s Hot Dogs 20-16, Bob’s Pro Shop 20-16, Café One-Eleven 17-19, The Appliance Specialist 15-21 IDID 10-26, Klonowski’s Pro Shop 9-27, Girgenti’s Café & More 2-34.

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Match summaries

Muny Grille (0)

Jay Diamond 224-278-214 — 716, Jodi Musto 214-195-215 — 624, Dave Bingham 267-257-227 — 751, John Musto Jr. 238-279-268 — 785. Totals: 943-1,009-924 — 2,876.

Next Level Detailing (4)

Mike Guidarelli 236-247-232 — 715, Tom Siatkowski 246-275-234 — 755, Jim Parker 254-269-227 — 750, Matt Swiatocha 212-257-258 — 727. Totals: 948-1,048-951 — 2,947.

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Metroland Photo (3)

Lee Quivey 227-201-225 — 653, Steve Renzi 245-277-225 — 747, Mike Gallitelli 157-244-221 — 622, B.J. Smith Jr. 233-226-205 — 664. Totals: 862-948-876 — 2,686.

Universal Auto Parts (1)

Andy Smith 225-196-235 — 656, Bill Heaphy III 212-223-192 — 627, Chris Smith 257-258-242 — 757, Chris Fedden 194-252-181 — 627. Totals: 888-929-850 — 2,667.

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Rollin’ Smoke BBQ (3)

Kris Impellizzeri 195-225-213 — 633, Bill Carl 235-190-224 — 649, Kalynn Carl 269-214-229 — 712, Justin Carl 244-237-246 — 727. Totals: 943-866-912 — 2,721.

Mike’s Hot Dogs (1)

Doug Semerad 194-214-204 — 612, Tammy Sader 256-279-210 — 745, Rich Rogaski 184-204-225 — 613, Kevin Palmer 193-245-156 — 594. Totals: 827-942-795 — 2,564.

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Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

Fred McMahon 228-216-202 — 646, Earl Lawrence Jr. 215-186-233 — 634, Bob Tedesco Jr. 267-235-201 — 703, Mike Smith 209-199-227 — 635. Totals: 919-836-863 — 2,618,

Café One-Eleven (1)

Joe DiBiase 203-202-193 — 598, Joe O’Toole 267-214-213 — 694, Cory Buckley 167-213-234 — 614, Tyler Mochrie 204-247-178 — 629. Totals: 841-876-818 — 2,535.

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The Appliance Specialist (4)

Melissa Bogholtz 212-277-179 — 668, Steve Fawcett 201-204-179 — 584, Zach Gravell 203-254-198 — 655, Chris Fawcett 226-232-223 — 681. Totals: 842-967-779 — 2,588.

IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 185-216-151 — 552, Joe Gordon 215-154-148 — 517, Jim Valentino 188-167-212 — 567, A.J . Perone 242-210-234 — 687. Totals: 831-747-745 — 2,323.

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Klonowski’s Pro Shop (2)

Jason Lott 180-173-225 — 578, Ted Klonowski Jr. 169-173-181 — 523, Jackielynn Noble 197-244-213 — 654, Jim Petronis 237-209-193 — 639. Totals: 783-799-812 — 2,394.

Girgenti’s Café & More (2)

Connor Shoemaker 200-256-192 — 648, Ernest Laduke 162-156-134 — 452, Rich Ellis 234-220-211 — 665, Jason Deitz 202-209-153 — 564. Totals: 798-841-690 — 2,329.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Downs Roofing 37-13, Derenzo’s Tax Service 28.5-21.5, Masons Automotive 28.5-21.5, D.A. Parisi & Co. 23-27, Boulevard Bowl 20-30, Kalpro 13-37.

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Match summaries

D.A. Parisi & Co. (4)

John Mecca 238-205-184-247 — 874, Jeff Williams 198-180-190-265 — 833, Ken Wilkins 216-190-203-148 — 757. Totals: 652-575-577-660 — 2,464.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 190-172-201-137 — 700, Kyle Wilkins 234-189-226-170 — 819, Joe Carusone (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760. Totals: 614-551-617-497 — 2,279.

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Downs Roofing (1)

Ryan Karabin 223-269-223-247 — 964, Tony Bianchi 228-222-184-181 — 815, Phil Kilmartin (absent) 190-190-190-190 — 760. Totals: 641-681-599-618 — 2,539.

Derenzo’s Tax Service (4)

P.J. Derenzo 223-237-290-204 — 956, Spark Derenzo 279-299-235-222 — 1,035, Bob Tuttle 195-235-249-186 — 865. Totals: 699-771-774-612 — 2,856.

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Masons Automotive (4)

Mark Hansen 226-223-203-170 — 822, Austin Zullo 167-215-248-199 — 829, B.J. Smith Jr. 237-257-202-178 — 874. Totals: 630-695-653-547 — 2,525.

Boulevard Bowl (1)

Mike Scaccia 243-237-246-198 — 924, Brian Hart 216-277-204-222 — 919, Cory Bennett 156-159-190-137 — 642. Totals: 615-673-640-557 — 2,485.

AMSTERDAM MEN’S CITY LEAGUE

Standings

JLD 67-23, Skyview Lounge 59-31, Excellent Autos 53-37, Imperial Lanes 50-40, R.J. Sheetmetal 48-42, Team Mason 40-50, Team Bryk 39-51, Team Schultz 37-53, Team Majewski 33-57, Liberatore Electric 24-66.

Leaderboard

Mike Miseno 267-957, Billy McGaffin 247-941, A.J. Bryk 268-938, Mike Bellinger 246-904, Bill Mason Jr. 236-900, Tim Grant 257-890, Jeremy McGaffin 267-888, Ken Myers 238-872, Chad Chiara 298-871, Alex Wilson 266-863.

REIS GROUP KIM BROWN MEMORIAL MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Sindoni Sausage 134-66, Never Enough Performance 125-75, Team 11 119-81, Revolutions Pro Shop 113.5-86.5, Rogers MotorSports 111.5-88.5, Towne Bowling Academy 108-92, EARRRRL’S 104.5-95.5, Team 20 103.5-96.5, Boulevard Bowl 103.5-96.5, Next Level Detailing 102-98, TSS Printing & Awards 100.5-99.5, Team 9 99.5-100.5, Team 12 91.5-108.5, Team 17 91.5-108.5, Team 3 91-109, 15 Church 91-109, Loyal Nutrition 87.5-112.5, Team 8 84-116, Sportsman’s Bowl 80-120, A-Plus Heating 59-141..

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Match summaries

Towne Bowling Academy (6)

Debbie Capullo 191-186-236-219 — 832, Marty Capullo Jr. 226-226-238-255 — 945. Totals: 432-427-489-489 — 1,837.

Sportsman’s Bowl (14)

Erika Poje 257-200-278-223 — 958, Joe Wolf 222-195-190-204 — 811. Totals: 528-444-517-476 — 1,965.

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Team 12 (7)

Janelle Irwin 216-203-209-201 — 829, Steve Irwin 169-212-190-202 — 773. Totals: 422-452-436-440 — 1,750.

Rogers MotorSports (13)

Kelly Chrzanowski 213-246-214-239 — 912, Tom Rogers 172-163-202-243 — 780. Totals: 419-443-450-516 — 1,828.

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15 Church (2)

Cheyanne McPhail 205-231-194-201 — 831, Lee Quivey 156-182-173-171 — 682. Totals: 392-444-398-403 — 1,637.

Team 17 (18)

Ursula Pasquerella 186-245-194-192 — 817, Joe Venduro 226-178-194-203 — 801. Totals: 453-464-429-436 — 1,782.

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Team 11 (11)

Kris Impellizzeri 247-237-210245 — 939, Scott Rogers 206-267-236-223 — 932. Totals: 472-523-465-487 — 1,947.

TSS Printing & Awards (9)

Jackie Malone 225-222-219-158 — 824, Paul Dumas 254-227-236-215 — 932. Totals: 513-483-489-407 — 1,892.

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Revolutions Pro Shop (3)

Lindsey McPhail 210-192-236-237 — 875, Don Herrington 238-238-201-214 — 891. Totals: 459-441-448-462 — 1,810.

Sindoni Sausage (17)

Liz Kuhlkin 269-217-243-212 — 941, Joe VanDerLinden 206-266-207-279 — 958. Totals: 479-487-454-495 — 1,915.

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Next Level Detailing (15)

Kim Swiatocha 224-184-190-238 — 836, Matt Swiatocha 279-268-258-204 — 1,009. Totals: 523-472-468-462 — 1,925.

Boulevard Bowl (5)

Lisa Rathbun-Read 215-185-181-182 — 763, Cliff Ruth 206-226-300-215 — 947. Totals: 444-434-504-420 — 1,802.

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Team 20 (10)

Chris Allen-Valenzuela 235-208-265-186 — 894, John Askew 235-223-247-194 — 899. Totals: 489-450-531-399 — 1,869.

A-Plus Heating (10)

Michelle Largeteau 158-163-132-158 — 611, Zach Porter 232-194-278-243 — 947. Totals: 476-443-496-487 — 1,902.

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Never Enough Performance (15)

Kate Clark 265-266-171-259 — 961, Jamie Duncan 178-263-259-258 — 958. Totals: 475-561-462-549 — 2,047.

Team 9 (5)

Kaitlyn Barnes 150-234-257-266 — 907, Nick Barnes 232-243-211-192 — 878. Totals: 404-499-490-480 — 1,873.

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Team 8 (6.5)

Elizabeth Criscuolo 144-191-149-149 — 633, Gabe Criscuolo 205-244-236-232 — 917. Totals: 434-520-470-466 — 1,890.

EARRRRL’S (13.5)

Renee Earl 227-205-211-201 — 844, Tom Earl 239-269-245-234 — 987. Totals: 466-475-456-435 — 1,831.

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Team 3 (14)

Jessica Aiezza 258-236-244-185 — 923, Austin Zullo 215-217-193-204 — 829. Totals: 501-481-465-417 — 1,864.

Loyal Nutrition (6)

Amber Dominic 194-185-216-217 — 812, Vinny Struffolino 183-179-276-186 — 824. Totals: 423-410-538-449 — 1,820.

Reach Bob Weiner at [email protected].

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