Thursday, January 31, 2013

Chester Again Defeats Lady Bears

Chester again Defeats Lady Bears               
   A strong defense, rebounding and control of the inside lanes by Chester along with Tri-Valley Lady Bears turnovers resulted in a 58-46 Chester win Tuesday  night at the home of the Lady Hambletonians. 
  The first quarter of play started with a slow scoring pace and at the 5:55 mark the score was still tied at 2-2.
   Chester finally went ahead 4-2 at the 4:44 mark and increased their lead to 8-2 at 3:48. That lead was pushed to 10-2 as the clock clicked down to  2:54.
  Tri-Valley finally got on the board to make the score 10-4 but a three-pointer by Chester's Ashley Georges pushed the lead to 13-4 with under two minutes to play in the first quarter.
  The Bears came storming back after the Georges' trey and posted six points while keeping Chester off the scoreboard as the quarter ended in Chesters favor 13-10. 
  Tri-Valley's first quarter ending scoring spurt didn't last very long as Chester racked up 14 points in the second  quarter to the Bears 3 points for a commanding 27-13 Chester lead. The Lady Hambletonians forced a number of Tri-Valley turnovers in this quarter and displayed a balanced scoring attack. 
  A couple of three pointers by Tri-Valley's Katlynn Greffrath and balanced team scoring helped Tri-Valley edge Chester 18-16 in the third quarter but it was evident at this point that Chester would record their second win of this season over the Bears.
  Tri-Valley fans remember well the December 14 overtime (61-56) loss at home to Chester and both teams had entered Tuesday night's game to see who would become  the dominating team in the league this year. 
  The win for Chester clinched at least a share of the OCIAA Division V title.
  The teams each scored 15 points in the fourth quarter with Tri-Valley being led by Greffrath with 8 points off a three pointer, a foul shot and two 2 point scores.  
  Greffrath led the Bears scoring with 20 points followed by Caroline Martin with 9. Simore Ayers had 22 points and 12 rebounds for Chester. 
  Tri-Valley's record is now 9-4 overall and 3-2 in league play. Chester is now 9-3 overall and 6-0 in league competition.                                                                  

Photo Identification


Tri-Valley's No. 32 Caroline Martin goes up for a rebound in the Bears 58-46 loss to Chester Tuesday night at Chester. 



Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tri-Valley 74-Chester 59

  Keeping pace in the race for first place with S.S. Seward in Division V of the OCIAA the Tri-Valley Bears improved their league record to 4-1 Wednesday night at home defeating Chester 74-59. 
  The race for a first place tie between Seward and Tri-Valley could come down to the February 19 game against Seward at their home court if both teams continue their win streaks leading up to that game. Seward also won on Wednesday night defeating Fallsburg 54-46 and is the only team to give the Bears a defeat. 
  A key game for Tri-Valley in their quest for a league first place tie could be their game February 7 at Fallsburg. The Bears edged Fallsburg by one point at home on December 21.
  The varsity game Wednesday night was delayed when the Chester Tri-Valley JV game went into three overtime periods before the Bears finally won 74-66 to extend their overall record this season to 10-0.
  The varsity game was halted at 6:34 of the first quarter when Chester's ace scorer (averaging 18 points per game) Brandon Sadler crashed into the wall under Tri-Valley's basket and lay motionless for several minutes before regaining consciousness. The Grahamsville Volunteer Ambulance Corps was immediately called while coaches and volunteers kept Sadler laying flat on his back giving what comfort they could to the injured player. The Ambulance Corp arrived, kept Sadler flat and secured his head to limit any motion before lifting him onto a stretcher for transportation to Catskill Regional Hospital in Harris. 
  Sadler was seen moving his arms and legs and received a standing ovation as he left the building on the stretcher. No immediate results of his injury was available at this time. 
  The game resumed after a 35-minute delay with both teams allowed a short warm-up session.  
  The Bears Cody Exner got the Tri-Valley scoring going with a three-pointer with Chester leading at the 5:30 mark 6-3. Another three-point shot by TV evened the score at 6-6 with 4:04 left on the first quarter clock. James Pugh popped in a two-pointer for the Bears as they took an 8-6 lead, Exner added another three pointer for a 11-6 Tri-Valley lead with 3:04 on the clock.
  Alex Brown added a driving layup good for two points to up the Bears lead to 13-6 and Rodney T. Jester popped in a trey to extend Tri-Valley's lead to 16-6. Brown put back a rebound for a 18-6 Bears lead before Chester scored two to close the quarter and a 10-point lead for the Bears, 18-8.
  Tri-Valley's Shatik Smith opened the second quarter with a steal and a driving layup for a 20-8 Bears lead. Second quarter scoring for Tri-Valley was led by three pointers by Jester, Exner and Sam Tingley. Each team scored 11 points in the second quarter to continue the Bears 10-point lead at 29-19. 
  Chester's Lawrence Young took over the scored efforts in the third quarter by scoring all 17 Chester points but the visitors were outscored by Smith with 6 points, Jester with 3, Jesus Lozada with 5, James Pugh with 7 and Devin Donnelley with 1. Tri-Valley led 53-36 going into the fourth quarter. 
  With Tri-Valley coach Brian Tingley freely using his bench in light of Tri-Valley's lead and also scheduled to play Sullivan West Thursday night at Lake Huntington Chester outscored the Bears 23-21 in the fourth quarter.
  Leading scorer for Tri-Valley was Rodney T. Jester with 16 points, James Pugh added 14  and Alex Brown had 10. 
  Lawrence Brown had 29 points for Chester  who falls to 5-6 overall and 1-4 in league play. 


Photo Identification


Chester's Perry Triosi (No.10) has a hand in the face of Tri-Valley's Rodney T. Jester (No. 2) as he scores two of his team leading 16 points Wednesday night in the Bears 74-59 victory over Chester. 


Saturday, January 26, 2013

Pro Scout At Showcase Event

College Showcase Attracts Professional Scout  

  Major league baseball scout Ed Daub, representing the San Diego Padres,  joined 12 college scouts Sunday morning January 20 for the 15th annual high school baseball showcase evaluation day held in the Paul Gerry Fieldhouse at Sullivan County Community College. 
  The Pro Prospects college showcase provides important exposure and guidance for high school and junior college student athletes and over the past 15-years the Monticello based baseball/softball training facility has had over 50 different colleges and universities attend these showcase events with hundreds of players moving on to play college and professional baseball. 
  This event provided players with an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of attending coaches but also to receive feedback and projections from the Pro Prospects staff along with edited video footage that can be passed along to other coaches not in attendance. 
  The showcase was under the direction of Pro Prospects Director of Player Development Jared (Jed) Carrier and assisted by Steve Alhona who is part of Pro Prospects college marketing service advisory staff. 
  Three junior college and 40 high school baseball players from as far away as Montreal Quebec Canada and some as close as Liberty attended this showcase from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 
   Sullivan County was represented at this showcase by eight high school ballplayers including Dillon Taggart from Livingston Manor Central, Rodney Jester from Tri-Valley Central, John Anzano from Tri-Valley Central, Tyler Wood from Bloomingburg attending Pine Bush Central, Patrick Pierce from Sullivan West, Jon Harned from Monticello Central, Benjamin Kapito from Monticello Central and Jack Drapkin from Monticello Central. 
  College scouts from as far away as Georgia Highlands College in Cartersville, Georgia and as close as SUNY Sullivan took part in the showcase evaluations. Other colleges in attendance included Brockport State, Dominican College, Mount St. Mary, Oneonta State, Purchase College, SUNY IT, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Orange, Utica College and Wilkes College. 
  Padres major league scout Ed Daub is a native of Sullivan County and was raised on a farm near Cochecton Center where he attended and graduated from Narrowsburg High School. He played high school baseball and was active at that time in both a Delaware Valley and Honesdale travel league. A graduate of Cortland State with a physical education major he played college baseball and his position of choice was catching.
  Daub now makes his home in Binghamton where he still teaches several days a week. He was a  former major league scout for 11 years with the Cincinnati Reds. 
  When asked what he was looking for in these young baseball players Daub said " I'm looking for good athletes."
  Carrier said he has known Ed for a couple of years as the Padres scout usually makes a few Sullivan County Community College games and has attended the Pro Prospects Junior College Showcase at Dutchess Stadium.
  "He's been a Binghamton area scout for a long time and is a real gentleman that gives everyone a fair look (not a common practice as many scouts are on the move)" Jed said. 
  Carrier noted that he had been talking with Ed recently about some of the Sullivan County Community College players when he told him about the January 20 showcase which Ed committed to attend. 
  Cartersville Georgia Highlands College Tim Havas is the special assistant to head coach Mike Marra who formerly was head coach at Sullivan County Community College and Monticello Central High School. He said, "I'm looking for players with skills and tools."
  Each student-athlete was graded by the scouts in running the 60-yard dash and from home plate to first base. Outfielders were judged by their approach to ground balls and fly balls, their crowhop, release, mph/arm strength while catchers were graded for footwork, release, accuracy and pop to pop throws. 
  Infielders were graded in footwork, hands, release and mph/arm strength. First basemen were looked at for footwork, hands, release and bag footwork. Pitchers had to show their skills in mph with a fastball, curve ball, change up and their overall mechanics. Offensive batting skills were judged by mechanics, contact and power. 


Identification of above photos

Baseball high school and junior college students pose for a group photo prior to the start of the January 20th Pro Prospects' college showcase.

San Diego Padres scout Ed Daub, right, reviews chart details with Pro Prospects Director of Player Development Jared (Jed) Carrier prior to the start of the Baseball College Showcase held January 20 at Sullivan County Community College.

Sullivan West first baseman and pitcher Patrick Pierce gets set to have his time recorded running from home plate to first base during the Pro Prospects baseball showcase evaluation day held January 20 at Sullivan County Community College. 


Bowling Highlights Column 1-25-13

Elks Tourney And Tournament Season  

  The 14th Annual Monticello Elks Scotch Doubles tournament will be held March 2 at 2 p.m. at Kiamesha Lanes. 
  The four game no-tap  tournament features a male and female bowler on each team.
  Entry fee is $40 per team and includes the famous Elks chicken B-B-Q at the Elks lodge following tournament play.
  Tournament sign up can be made by calling Kiamesha Lanes 794-5561 or Tournament Chairman Dean Shattack 794-1172.  
 The Tri-County USBC Open Men's and Women's tournaments will be held March 2-3, 9-10 at at the Warwick Pin Street Lanes with tournament information available from Association Manager Michele Bensley at 845-784-6630 or go to the website and print out league tournament applications. 
   The 89th Annual NYS Open (Men's) Championships will be held April 20-21, 27-28, May 4-5, 17-19 at Flamingo Bowl at Liverpool. Contact for information and tournament applications.
   The 77th Annual NYS Women's Championships will be held April 6-May 5 at Delmar Lanes in Delmar and Sunset Recreation in Albany. Information and tournament applications are available at 

PBA News

  The Japan Cup now known as the International Bowling Championships has once again been won by Tommy Jones who defended his title last Saturday at the Inazawa Futsal Stadium in Inazawa City, Japan.
  Tommy defeated Sean Rash 209-204 to win the $75,000 first place prize. 
  Singapore's Shayna Ng won the women's division by defeating Kelly Kulick 248-201, earning her $75,000.

  Ed Townsend is a consultant to the sport of bowling. If you have league scores, tournament information, score a 300 or 800 series or bowl your age, let Ed know at 845-439-8177, email at, fax at 845-205-4474. View this column at We are also on Facebook. 

The Bowling Tip
By Mike Luongo

    Bowlers: This week's tip is for any bowler who ends up out of balance at the foul line when delivering a bowling ball.
    If you find your self unable to finish your delivery in a strong balanced position, it may be a result of your follow through.
    It is important that when you follow through on your delivery, you do not reach OUT with your arm. but UP with your follow through. 
   The reason?......if you reach out, the weight of the ball will pull your upper body forward and may cause you to lose your balance. If you reach up, you can stay planted in a strong, solid position to deliver your bowling ball with accuracy and leverage. 
   Mike Luongo is a certified IBPSIA Pro Shop Operator, Master Instructor, USBC Silver Level Coach and an Advisor-Special Events assistant with the Storm and Roto Grip Bowling Ball Company. Have a questions, call him  434-720-7939 or vie mail at 

Local Scores
(compiled by Ed Townsend)

Kiamesha Lanes
Monday Men's

  Roy Sweeney 247, Eddie Lake 246, 255, 236, 737, Rick Lake 279, 235, 226, 740, Mike Mulligan 225, 616, Shane Conner 227, 256, 697, Michael Weiner 226, 611, Jaryl Scott 237, 644, Vinnie Collura 609, Donald Durland 606, Lloyd Bridges 236, 637, Frank Eichenlaub III a 228, 644, Jon Wilhelm 247, 238, 700, Laresko Niifa 237, 642, Ronnie Totten 245, 664, Charlie Tuttle 237, 627, John Freeman 236, 630, Vinnie Scuderi 227, 609, Bobby Sze 625, Corey Van Keuren 228, 604, Frank Scuderi 614, Juan Lopez 600, Justin Lopez 258, 227, 707, Dan Van Aken 618, Keith Smith 278, 236, 715, Kenny Atkins 233, Eddie Walsh 298, 235, 756, Pedro Agapito 266, 236, 724, Dave Graham 228, 604, Willie Bartley 245, John Fischer 268, 674, Armen Murad 237, 633, Bobby Cooper 247, 615, Jody Farquhar 612, Al Caycho 225, 610, Jason Budd 628, Keith Baudens 246, 233, 674, Bret Budd 225, Jim Van Aken 232, 233, 669, Tim McIntyre 256, 648, Josh Strang 266, 266, 736, Tom Palmer 226, 265, 690. 

Tues. Mixed Firefighters

  Andrea Grossman 188, 206, 566, Mary Lee Williams 180, 213, 564, Carena Collura 181, 225, 554, Joan Lake 192, 548, Trasey Barres 188, 181, 546, Vera Bernhardt 187, 181, 546, Christie Graham 207, 538, Karen Martin 212, 525, Debra Blackford 190, Paul Minton 238, 278, 731, Russ Keesler 266, 701, Laresko Niifa 279, 688, Kyle Stevens 247, 661, Shane Cunningham 225, 654, Louis Senor 278, 654, Stan Gilmore 234, 647, Ed Guthrie 225, 631, Eddie Walsh 225, 615.

Wednesday Men's

  Chris Parken 226, 265, 701, Kyle Matthews 626, Charlie Tuttle 253, 616, Kevin Stackhouse 613, Ronnie Totten 233, 236, 677, Shane Cunningham 246, 299, 742, David Sawall 234, 244, 687, Robert Beach 229, 234, 635, Vinnie Degraw 233, 619, Jason Rogers 256, 225, 677, Jo Jo Van Keuren 247, 652, Serafin Rodriguez III a 236, 225, 654, Tim Bilyeu 244, 624, Donald Durland 230, 257, 255, 742, Eddie Walsh 235, 630, Carlos Torres 227, Paul Minton 600, Tom Palmer 232, 635, Kyle Stevens 247, 648, David Garlinghouse 262, 657, James Vanaken 245, 228, 265, 738, Keith Smith 247, 237, 644, Jon Wilhelm 641, Pedro Agapito 244, 225, 688, Frank Eichenlaub III a 653, Pete Nastasi 246, 225, 645, 

Thursday Ladies

  Liz Stubits 182, Trasey Barres 191, 208, 199, 598, Valerie Mott 180, Debbie Sklar 180, Karen Martin 222, 181, Barbara Merton 256, 200, Debbie Durland 229, 216, Crista Sweeney 194, Joan Lake 206, Cara Nicholson 182, Vera Bernhardt 183, Debbie Heins 191, Stella Schmahl 187. 

Friday Mixed Doubles

  Frank  Emmens 600, David Graham 237, 234, 268, 739, Eddie Lake 279, 246, 741, Ryan Lepke 245, 640, Pete Nastasii 617, Tom Palmer 278, 722, Frank Scuderi 225, 638, Lawrence Whipple 237, 617, Jon Wilhelm 268, 710, Trasey Barres 247, 194, 593, Julie Chen 209, 200, 557, Megan Courtney 184, Mary Ann Drobysh Berens 192, 531, Antionette Rau 184, 227, 578, Christina Seidler 191, 517, Tammy Sze 183, Carolyn Williams 180, 238, 597.

Fox Bowling Center

Tue. Ladies Early Birds

  Linda Ferris 188, Andrea Robinson 188. 

Wed. Men's Independent

  Tom Anderson 609, Al Bullis Sr. 225, 621, Frank Couse Sr. 225, Jim Dibble 654, Brandon Drumm 243, Bill Gleim 225, Dyland Green 600, John Gurnick 233, 668, 233, 226, 668, Martin Haeussler 245, Jack Hazen 225, 227, 651, Rob Johnson 245, 667, Donnie Marino 246, 656, Jonathon Wayne 244, 607, Zuke Wormuth 248, 656, Ken Wormuth 225.

Thurs. Men's Deposit National

  Al Bullis Jr. 227, Ray Cornwell 234, Jake Curtis 232, Jeff Curtis 248, 687, Paul Ignatovich 227, 659, Larry Jensen 225, 606, Matt Johnson 623, Robert Johnson 611, Greg Keesler 235, 628, Dave Lester 236, 236, 258, 730, Rick Mills 279, 672, Willy Muller 615, Dick Price 229, Paul Siegler 258.

Fri. Mixed Couples

  Andy Bullis 232, Howard Couse Sr. 232, 628, Shane Dirig 236, 229, 680, Gino Jones 624, Hope Jones 193, Dan Koch 634, Dana McGraw 224, 557, Rick Mills 245, 641, Sheri Oralls 257, 184, 611, Walt Oralls 257, 694, Jen Smith 190, Dan Wormuth 238, 641.

Sat. Morning Youth

  Junior league Kayla Smith 174, Kristy Capel 181, Sara Hanstine 150, Bantam league Thomas Schoonmaker 107, Anton Leonard 108, Emily Brown 117, Brenna Gleim 135.

Sunday Mixed Fun

  Julie Cornwell 190, 535, Marty Haeussler 232, Reva Jones 185, 514, Don Marino 609, Rick Mills 225, 616, Roger Mills 247, 614, Savanna Mills (youth girls) 179, 138, 198, 515.

Callicoon Kristal Bowl

Mon. Hortonville Ladies

  Sue Naughton 178, 158, Kelly Gombita 151, Lillian Zieres 188, 162, Linda Millis 165, 160, Pat Peters 161, 169, Maureen Schlott 150, Marty Bognanowitz 156, Joyce Brooks 150, Barbara Pingel 157, Mardette Wilcox 150, 176, 199, 525, Joann Bowers 187, Sandy Cassevah 159.

Tues. Delaware Valley Men's

  Mark Hawley 212, 183, Alan Rutledge 222, 186, Kory Keesler 216, Bruce Rutledge 182, Rob Bivins 191, Kris Rasmussen 189, 213, Mark Scriber 187, 235, Brian Starr 192, 221, Eugene Fulton 192, Jim Kautz 183, Mike Sorge 187, 203, Mike Geiger 233, Albert Tyles 180, Tom Bisig   192, 209, Troy Parucki 186, Dean Shattuck 191, 183, 220, Bob Cady 181, 182, 183, Russell Lyons 221, Joe Gager 211, Damien VanLeuven 193. 


Here & There Column 1-22-13

Bears Have Trey Shooters

  The three-point field goal also known as a three-pointer, three or trey has added a spark of entertainment and precision scoring recently for two varsity players at Tri-Valley Central High School.
  The three-point arc in high school is 19.75 feet away from the point on the floor directly below the center of the basket and players must be behind this line and an official must raise his or her arm with three fingers to signal the shot attempt and the official must signal if the attempt is successful.
  Successful attempts and three-point shooting accuracy within a two-day period was displayed on Tuesday January 8 at Tuxedo High School when Tri-Valley's senior small forward Rodney T. Jester poured in 6 three-pointers only to have it topped the next night Wednesday January 9 by Tri-Valley's junior guard Katlynn Greffath who set a new girl's varsity school record by scoring 7 three-pointers against Tuxedo. 
  The two Tri-Valley varsity players accounted for a total of 39 points in their teams two victories.
  Katlynn is presently scoring at a 15.75 points per game pace and she currently leads Section IX in three pointers.
  The previous Tri-Valley girls varsity three-point records had been held by Amanda Krom who sank six three-pointers during the 2004 season and presently assists the varsity coaching staff.
  Jester is presently the No. 6 man off the Bears bench and considers baseball as his major sport but likes basketball for keeping him in shape during the winter months and for helping with his accuracy which he uses on the baseball diamond in pitching or throwing the ball from short stop to first base.
  Rodney has played varsity baseball since his sophomore year and this past summer was one of the leading hitters and defensive players with the Tillson Senior American Legion baseball team and during the fall was selected to play with the Northeast Pride Showcase team out of Northeast Pennsylvania.
  With the Senior American Legion team and the Northeast Pride team he played short stop and third base and carried a 300 plus batting average. He's looking forward to a career in baseball. 
  The three-point scoring efforts by both Greffath and Jester within a 48-hour period was exciting to see as both look forward to the remainder of this years basketball schedule.



Individual photos of Rodney Jester and Katlynn Greffath

Monday, January 21, 2013

Tri-Valley Edges Manor 50-49


  LIVINGSTON MANOR--Scoring the winning basket with seconds left on the clock is becoming part of the Tri-Valley varsity boys mystique this basketball season as they squeaked out another amazing win at Livingston Manor last Friday night.
  Trailing by one point with a slim seven seconds remaining Tri-Valley's point guard Shatic Smith took a driving layup to the hoop for the winning basket with 2.1 seconds left on the scoreboard clock.
  Smith's shot didn't at first find the net and rolled around the rim and finally through the net.
  The Wildcats still had 2.1 seconds but had to inbound the ball from under the Bears basketball and a long three-point attempt from almost half court never found the rim.
  Tri-Valley's bench leaped with joy in winning their second game of the season by one point on a last second score. 
  On December 21 at Tri-Valley Fallsburg had a four point lead with 11 seconds left but a three-pointer from the corner by small-forward Rodney T. Jester put the Bears down by only one point and six seconds on the scoreboard clock.  An intercepted inbound pass by James Pugh followed by a missed three-pointer by Shatic Smith rebounded off the backboard into the hands of Alex Brown  who banked in the winning basket, ( 73-72 ) at the buzzer.
  One could never have predicted a close game after the first four minutes of the first quarter as Tru-Valley jumped out to a 10-2 lead on several fast breaks and Livingston Manor turnovers.
  With the clock reaching the 3:37 mark the Wildcats had chipped away at the Bears lead to close the lead to 10-9 with two-minutes left in the quarter.
  Tri-Valley's Cody Exner then scored his third three-pointer of the quarter as the Bears took a 13-9 lead at the end of eight-minutes of play. 
  Livingston Manor evened the score at 13-13 on a nice turnaround layup by Josh Janik at the 5:54 mark of the second quarter. Both teams swapped two-pointers but several layups by Shatic Smith and a driving layup by Alex Brown pushed the Bears halftime lead to 24-17. Leading the Manor's scoring in the second quarter was Janik with six points.
  Tri-Valley outscored Livingston Manor 16-8 in the third quarter with Cody Exner adding two more three pointers for a Bears 40-29 lead. Manor's Janik continued his good scoring with four points.  
  The fourth quarter totally belonged to Livingston Manor as they outscored Tri-Valley 20-10 led by Janik's six points and  several Bears turnovers created by strong defensive play by the Wildcats. 
  Exner led the Bears scoring attack with five three-pointers and several two pointers for 21 points. Smith added 13 points for Tri-Valley who runs their overall record to 8-2 with this non-league win. 
  Josh Janik totaled 21 points and 14 rebounds for Livingston Manor who's record is now 3-6. 





Tri-Valley's Sam Tingley avoids the Manor's T. Lockhart to score a three pointer during the third quarter of play.


A host of Tri-Valley defenders attempt to block Livingston Manor's Josh Janik as he scores two of his team high 21 points.



Bowling Highlights Column 1-18-`13

Durland & Smith Bowl 300's     

  The 300 bowling club at Kiamesha Lanes is growing and doing well this 2012-13 bowling season as Wurtsboro bowler Donald Durland recorded his 15th career 300 and Claryville bowler Keith Smith recorded his 2ed career perfect game with both scores being recorded in the Monday January 7 Men's league at Kiamesha Lanes.
  Smith, 29, bowling on lanes 5 and 6 scored his 300 using a Roto Grip Shooting Star bowling ball with all shots right in the pocket. 
  The 300 was recorded in the first game of the three-game match and he followed it up with a 224 and a 711 series.
  He bowls with the Strike Force team and team members Billy Curry, Dan Van Aken and Gene Smith. 
  On November 16 Smith bowled his 1st 300 game, also on lanes 5 & 6 and using a Roto Grip Defiant Edge bowling ball and finished that match with a 257, 233 for a 790 series. He has also bowled a 792 series and has several 299 single games at Liberty Lanes. 
  Keith has been bowling for some 15 years and also bowls in the Wednesday Men's league at Kiamesha Lanes. He maintains a 226 average on Monday.
  Keith is an active firemen and trustee with  the Woodbourne Fire Department, plays softball in the Liberty Men's Slo-Pitch softball league, is single and is employed as a golf course  maintenance greens-keeper at Kutshers  Golf Course. 
  Durland, 24, bowled his 300 on lanes 11 and 12 using a Storm Tropical Breeze bowling ball which he purchased several weeks ago at Pogo's Family Pro Shop in Newburgh.
  He noted that all 12 strikes were in the pocket.
  Donald's 300 game also came in the first game of the night and he followed it up with a 290, 236 and a 826 series. He bowls with the Monticello Greenhouse team with team members Jaryl Scott, his father Paul Durland and Vinnie Collura.
  Durland bowls regularly in the Kiamesha Lanes Monday Men's league where he maintains a 240 average, in the Tuesday Men's league at Hoe Bowl On The Hill in Kingston and Thursday in the Men's league at Tarsio Lanes in Newburgh. He subs in the Wednesday Men's league at Kiamesha Lanes.
  Donald maintains a 220 plus average both in Kingston and Newburgh.
  His 13th 300 was bowled February 6, 2012 in this same Monday Men's league and over the past several years he has shown steady league growth and at one point in time competed in the Professional Bowl Tour regional tournaments.
  Considered by bowling experts to be one of the premier men bowlers in the Tri-State area, Donald recorded his first-ever 300 game during the 2005-06 season as a youth bowler in the Saturday Morning Youth leagues at Kiamesha Lanes.
  Donald's mother Debbie Durland is one of the premier women bowlers in the Tri-County area and his father Paul and younger brother James maintain the high Durland family bowling standards.
  James is now bowling collegiate competition in Kentucky.
  Bowling since the age of 5, Durland is single and employed by the Monticello Greenhouse.

Ed's Oulook

  The New York State USBC has expanded its scholarship program to include elementary and middle school students.
  The association will award $16,000 in scholarships. 
  Applications can be filled out online by clicking on the Youth Scholarships tab at  

Parker Bohn Wins
World Championship

  Don't ever count Parker Bohn III out and the proof of the pudding was evident last Sunday on ESPN as the Hall of Fame Jackson, NJ lefty won the Professional Bowlers Association World Championship at South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. 
  Bohn, win this win now has 33 PBA tour titles and he won this major championship after qualifying 24th in match play. This is only the third time ever a PBA bowler has won a major championship after qualifying 24th. 
  It's been a long struggle for the Hall Of Famer who has not won a title in more than four years.  His last championship title came in December of 2008 when he won the Cheetah Championship at the AMF Thruway Lanes in Cheektowaga, NY. 
  In last Sunday's matches Parker had to beat some of PBA's finest with victories over Dan MacLelland, Rhino Page, Sean Rash and the top qualifier Jason Belmonte, 254-227.
  The 2012-13 tour continues this Sunday with ESPN coverage of the finals of the Japan Cup from Tokyo at 3 p.m. The all-new PBA league makes its debut with a live two-hour ESPN telecast on January 27 at noon. 


  Ed Townsend is a consultant to the sport of bowling. If you have league scores, tournament information, score a 300 game or 800 series or even bowl your age, Ed can be reached at 845-439-8177, email at or fax at 845-205-4474. View this column at  We are also on Facebook.

Bowling Tip
By Mike Luongo

  Learning the five fundamentals of a good bowling shot.
  So very often we forget the most basic steps that are designed to help us have fun and score a good game.
  These steps include getting ready in the stance position by taking a deep breath, bringing in air into our nose and exhaling through your mouth.
  The next step is getting lines up, before the start of your match practice a couple of shots to see what the lane coditions are and even take a look at other bowlers and see what they are doing. You should watch your ball reaction and don't force your ball to curve. Equipment selection in important here.
  Want good balance then make sure your first step is a short one......this adds greatly to ending up with good balance when you release your ball.
  Keeping a loose swing is also important, stay away from using too much muscle. When you are ready to bowl make sure your hand and arm are relaxed before you start your approach.
  As you start the ball moving in your approach, make sure that the ball moves in a straight line toward the target on the lane. This will prevent your swing from going off line. Let the rest of your swing be relaxed.
  Mike Luongo is a certified IBPSIA Pro Shop Operator, Master Instructor, USBC Silver Level Coach and an Advisor-Special Events assistant with the Storm and Roto Grip Bowling Ball Company. Have a question, call him at 435-720-7939 or email at 

Local Scores
(compiled by Ed Townsend)

Beechwood Lanes
Monday Ladies

  Dot McCormack 164, Julie Yewchuck 166, Jody Gulley 158, Diane Conroy 161, 154, Lois Erdman 165, Barbara Cady 160.

Callicoon Kristal Bowl

Mon. Hortonville Ladies

  Sue Naughton 178, 158, Kelly Gombita 151, Lillian Zieres 188, 162, Linda Millis 165, 160, Pat Peters 161, 169, Maureen Schlott 150, Marty Bogdanowitz 156, Joyce Brooks 150, Barbara Pingel 157, Mardette Wilcox 150, 176, 199, 525, JoAnn Bowers 187, Sandy Cassevah 159.

Tues. Delaware Valley Mens

  Mark Hawley 191, Alan Rutledge 195, 196, Kory Keesler 189, 188, 223, 600, Bruce Rutledge 223, 204, 253, 680, Jamie Greir 183, Rob Bivins 191, Ed Leroy 224, 184, Brian Marino 181, Mark Scriber 210, 180, Brian Starr 223, 203, 181, 607, Eugene Fulton 181, 196, Matt Fulton 185, Mike Sorge 210, Albert Tyles 219, Steve Ross 181, Tom Bisig 185, 180, Dan Brown 187, Tom Hubert 182, Matt Hubert 196, Jim Stone 204, Dean Shattuck 184, 207, Joe Gager 274, 620, Damien VanLeuven 182, 180.

Kiamesha Lanes

Monday Men's

  Roy Sweeney 237, Eddie Lake 246, 646, Rick Lake 245, 246, 694, Mike Mulligan 620, Jaryl Scott 237, 234, 694, Vinnie Collura 246, 660, Lloyd Bridges 253, 651, Tom Belgiovene 617, Frank Eichenlaub III a 289, 238, 746, Laresko Niffa 246, 644, Ronnie Totten 258, 231, 242, 731, John Freeman 258, 238, 688, Corey VanKeuren 253, 643, Justin Lopez 606, Gene Smith 236, 582, Eddie Walsh 247, 240, 233, 720, Pedro Agapito 288, 256, 762, Michelle Scuderi 608, Jim Piontex 634, Matt Fallon 247, 640, David Graham 255, 254, 720, John Fischer 249, 638, Bobby Cooper 233, 643, Diego Caba 232, 609, Bret Budd 617, Jim Van Aken 233, 670, Tim McIntyre 622, Josh Strang 622, Josh Strang 607, Tom Palmer 225, 652. 

Tues. Mixed Firefighters

  Trasey Barres 202, 210, 214, 626, Mary Lee Williams 183, 190, 551, Carena Collura 205, 510, Joan Lake 181, Christie Graham 196, Edward Walsh 270, 259, 278, 807, Ed Guthrie 256, 237, 710, Rick Lake 235, 233, 674, Kyle Stevens 279, 667, Laresko Niifa 226, 231, 650, Paul Minton 642, Stan Gilmore 243, 249, 629, Peter Nastasi 622, Russ Keesler 609, Eddie Blume 243, 606, Shane Cunningham 246.

Wednesday Men's 

  Kyle Matthews 234, 233, 689, Kevin Stackhouse 236, 624, Shane Cunningham 617, Frank Muller Jr. 605, David Sawall 600, Jason Rogers 279, 694, Robert Beach 242, Jo Jo Van Keuren 267, 264, 753, Serafin Rodriguez III a 248, 226, 690, Frank Emmens 233, 226, 225, 684, Tim Bilyeu 257, 642, Donald Durand 249, 259, 726, Frank DiConstanzo 246, 660, Paul Durland 225, 235, 225, 685, Eddie Walsh 235, 234, 664, Paul Minton 232, 626, Eddie Blume 225, 621, Jason Jones 608, Dwayne Cabrera 627, Tom Mitchell 235, 645, Shane Conner 225, 236, 662, Merrill Conner 247, 225, 228, 700, Tim Totten 238, 626, James Van Aken 279, 678, Tim McIntyre 225, 608, Josh Strang 228, 613, Jaryl Scott 225, 653, Billy Curry 622, Keith Smith 275, 256, 225, 756, Tom Belgiovene 234, 632, Jon Wilhelm 257, 622, Pedro Agapito 234, 630, Frank Eichenlaub III a 244, 660, Pete Nastasi  606, Timmy Minton 230.

Thursday Ladies

  Karen Martin 185, Connie Mc Kenley 194, Cara Nicholson 183, Vera Bernhardt 193, Lisa Cartwright 188, 188, Liz Stubits 201, B.J. Bound 182, Caryl Sklar 195, Tabatha Smith 194, Mary Jane Conklin 186, Joan Lake 205, 195, Trasey Barres 198, 181, Camille Carpinone 225, Karen Borowski 202, Debbie Durland 189, 192, Audrey Woolard 195, Kelly Shattuck 213, Kathleen Heins 207, Shirley Bowers 184, Crista Sweeney 181, Kathy Fielding 213, Valerie Fersch 185. 

Friday Mixed

  Larry Berens 612, Paul Berens 236, Frank Emmens 229, David Graham 240, 256, 236, 732, Matthew Jahn 269, 666, Eddie Lake 278, 235, 268, 781, Ryan Lepke 258, 682, Tom Palmer 247, 279, 685, Craig Wilhelm 601, Jon Wilhelm 227, 236, 666, Trasey Barres 215, 559, Cathy Carpenter 194, Meagan Courtney 193, 516, Mary Ann Drobysh-Berens 205, 201, 567, Debbie Durland 207, 185, 562, Laura Palmer 183, Antionette Rau 206, 212, 563, Christina Seidler 188, 185, Carolyn Williams 530.

Fox Bowling Center

Wed. Men's Independent

  Zack Benson 227, 626, Mike Bowker 614, Cassidy Coe 235, Dale Conklin 256, 654, Jim Dibble 246, 688, Bill Gleim 233, 643, Dylan Green 238, 600, Mark Hawley 623, Paul Ignatovich 235, 647, B, J. Johnson 237, 643, Rob Johnson 246, 642, Donnie Marino 226, 225, 239, 690, Matt May 234, Wilbur McAdams 230, Josh Milucky 226, Cory Newman 233, Tim Smith 225, Zuke Wormuth 237, 225, 662, Jay Wormuth 258, 687, Scott Wormuth 225. 

Thurs. Men's Deposit National

  Al Bullis Jr. 641, Shawn Card 616, Ricky Claycomb 225, Dale Conklin 601, Ray Cornwell 288, 237, 732, Jeff Curtis 236, 617, Paul Ignatovich 247, 257, 718, Scott Jenson 235, 610, Robert Johnson 269, 232, 235, 736, Greg Keesler 258, 647, Rick Mills 247, 227, 643.

Friday Couples 

  Stacy Briggs 212, 504, Frank Couse Sr. 246, 255, 671, Gino Jones 610, Bonnie LaDuke 192, Dave Lester 606, Dana McGraw 223, 193, 584, Mark McGraw a nice 222 triplicate for a 666 series, Sheri Oralls 249, 536, Tim Smith 225, 604, Sandy Wagner 181, Dan Wormuth 245, 684, Jeremy Wormuth 243, 607, Michelle Wormuth 224. 

Sat. Morning Youth

  Junior league, Kristy Capel 170, 179, Katrina Lester 179, 169, 160, 508, Sara Hanstine 147. Bantam league, Anton Leonard 104, Kyle Bolster 105, Bethany Brown 117, 197, Emily Brown 146, Mckenzy Brown 117.

Sunday Mixed Fun

  Julie Cornwell 198, Ray Cornwell 247, 237, 671, Dustin Mills (Bantam boys) 110, 122, 142, Samantha Mills (youth girls) 160, 146, 115, 421, Savanna Mills (youth girls) 125, 212, 181, 518.



 Keith Smith

Donald Durland

Parker Bohn III


Monday, January 14, 2013

Bears Lose 1st League Game


  GRAHAMSVILLE--In a battle of the unbeaten and overall rights to first place in the OCIAA Division V the S.S. Seward Spartans edged out an overtime 54-49 victory against Tri-Valley last Thursday night at Grahamsville. 
  Both teams entered this pivotal game undefeated with 3-0 league records but the determining factor in this game were turnovers and very tough defense by both squads. 
  The Bears committed a total of 21 turnovers compared to Seward's 12 and this played out big in the Spartans victory. Tough interior defense by Seward also played big in this game. 
  Tri-Valley's first quarter of play proved to be the Bears highlight as they outscored Seward 11-6. 
  The Spartans picked up and improved their offensive efforts in the second quarter outscoring Tri-Valley 15-10 to even the score at half time 21-21. 
   Seward edged the Bears in the third quarter 17-10 to take a 38-31 lead into the fourth quarter.
  A determined Tri-Valley team put it together in the fourth quarter with three pointers by Rodney Jester and Cody Exner and driving layups and several key foul shots by Shatik Smith to outscore Seward 16-8 and a 47-47 tie at the end of regulation play.
  Overtime play went totally to Seward as Marquis Gonzalez scored all seven of Seward's points outscoring the Bears 7-2 on two foul shots by Smith.
  The win for Seward puts their league record at 4-0 and 6-2 overall. Tri-Valley's league record is now 3-1 and 6-3 overall.
  Shatik Smith had 19 points for Tri-Valley followed by 11 for Cody Exner and 8 for James Pugh.
  Marquis Gonzalez led the Spartans with 19 points.
  The play by both teams put them as teams to watch in the league championship playoffs. 

Photo Identification

Tri-Valley's senior point guard Shatik Smith (No, 23) scores two of his 19 points in Tri-Valley's 54-49 loss against S.S. Seward last Thursday at Grahamsville. 


Here & There Column 1-15-13

Wachter Named Fullbright Specialist

  Sullivan County veterinarian Dr. Allen Wachter, who also serves as an Associate Professor at SUNY Delhi has been selected as a Fulbright Specialist by the J. Willian Fulbright Scholarship Board.
  Dr. Wachter pursued a Fullbright exchange because "teaching is a way I can give back to the profession, especially in countries such as Africa where their lives depend so much on the care of their animals."
  He posses prior experience working in Africa as a missionary in Zambia where he helped build an orphanage. Upon coming back to the United States he sensed, "that I needed to do more" and that led him to pursue the Fulbright exchange. 
  Allen is currently being considered for two projects in Sub-Sahara, Africa and as a Fulbright specialist he will be matched with an overseas academic institution that has requested assistance via the Fulbright Commission.
  Fulbright Specialists typically serve two to six weeks in projects that focus on strengthening and supporting the development needs of the host institutions. The projects Dr. Wachter is being considered for is to develop a veterinary technician program at the University of Namibia and to teach large animal management to veterinary science students at Mekelle University in Ethiopia.
  Alan noted that African nations go out of their way to welcome visiting faculty because their universities "simply have no one to teach the courses."
  Dr. Wachter presently serves as director of SUNY Delhi's bachelor's degree program in Veterinary Technology Management and also serves as an associate pastor at the Horton Brook Free Methodist Church. He is also the author of a children's book, Dance of the Bees.
  Being named a Fulbright Specialist is an outstanding honor for Sullivan County's well known veterinarian Dr. Allen Wachter. 

                                                 Dr. Allen Wachter


Friday, January 11, 2013

Bowling Highlights Column 1-11-13

 Billie Jean King Becomes Team Owner

   Sports icon and World TeamTennis co-founder Billie Jean King is the first woman owner of a Professional Bowlers Association League team.
   PBA Commissioner Tom Clark announced that King, the winner of 39 Grand Slam singles, doubles and mixed doubles tennis titles, including a record 20 championships at Wimbledon, will be the owner of the New York City WTT KingPins which includes franchise player and PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber, 13-time Tour winner Tommy Jones, 2010-11 Rookie of the Year Scott Norton,two-time Tour winner Jack Jurek, John Szczerbinski and supplemental pick Brad Angelo. 
   "The model for the Professional Bowlers Association League closely matches the format of World TeamTennis, my core business,” said King.  “I am a big believer in the team concept and excited this is definitely not your typical bowling league.  It’s new, it’s groundbreaking and it is definitely going to be competitive.” 
    King joins Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul, former Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl champion running back Jerome Bettis, former NFL all-pro receiver Terrell Owens, actor/comedian Kevin Hart, comedian Chris Hardwick, and Pittsburgh Steelers all-pro linebacker LaMarr Woodley as owners in the ESPN-televised PBA League which debuts as part of the PBA Detroit Winter Swing Jan. 19-27 at Thunderbowl Lanes in the Detroit suburb of Allen Park, Mich. 
   “Billie Jean is an icon, a transcendent figure not only in sports history but American history and bringing her competitive spirit, ideals for sport and brilliant mind to our new professional bowling league as a team owner is a very proud moment for everyone at the PBA," said Clark. "While we know the League will benefit from her presence, the other teams should also be well aware that above all else, she is in this to win it." 
   ESPN will televise five weeks of PBA League competition beginning Sunday, Jan. 27, plus the PBA League Elias Cup finals in April. The celebrity owners will not compete on the lanes as part of official PBA League competition.
   During the first four days of the Detroit Winter Swing, the PBA will conduct a series of open-field tournaments (the Carmen Salvino Classic, Mark Roth Classic, Don Carter Classic and Earl Anthony Players Championship). Those four events will award individual PBA Tour titles and the qualifying scores posted by each PBAL team member will be combined to produce the team qualifying scores for the ESPN telecasts. All PBAL matches on ESPN will be Baker Format matches, where each team member will bowl two
frames in each game. 
   For a Detroit Winter Swing schedule click on PBA Tour schedule 
   This year will mark the 40th anniversary of King’s historic match against Bobby Riggs and the 40th anniversary of her founding of the Women’s Tennis Association. King also founded the Women’s Sports Foundation in 1974.
   King is also the owner of the Philadelphia Freedoms, one of the professional teams in Mylan World TeamTennis.  She co-founded the league, which showcases the best in professional team tennis competition playing an innovative team format based on a concept of gender equity.
   In 2009 King was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor. She was the first female athlete to receive that honor which was presented to her at the White House by President Obama. In 1990 Life Magazine named her one of the "100 Most Important Americans of the 20th Century." 
   Currently she serves on the boards of the Women’s Sports Foundation and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

                                                                   Billie Jean King     

Bowling Highlights Column

Daugherty Wins
Scorpion Title

   After bowling a Professional Bowlers Association record-low 100 game in his only previous television appearance, Tom Daugherty of Wesley Chapel, Fla., redeemed himself in the Bowlers Journal Scorpion Championship, winning three consecutive matches including a 200-182 victory over top qualifier Osku Palermaa of Finland, to capture his first PBA Tour title at South Point Hotel and Casino. 
  The Bowlers Journal Scorpion Championship finals, the fourth of five GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IV events, aired last Sunday on ESPN.
  Daugherty, who bowled his record-low game in a 299-100 loss to eventual champion Mika Koivuniemi in the semifinal round of the 2011 PBA Tournament of Champions, used his “thumbless” delivery to mow down an impressive field of high-rev power players in the Scorpion finals, raising his television average by 88 pins in the process.
  The GEICO World Series of Bowling concludes on ESPN next Sunday at 1 p.m. ET with the finals of the PBA World Championship, the first major championship of the 2012-13 PBA Tour season. Finalists will include PBA Hall of Famer and 31-time PBA Tour titlist Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J.; Canada’s Dan MacLelland; Rhino Page of Dade City, Fla.; reigning PBA Player of the Year Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., and top qualifier Jason Belmonte of Australia, a five-time PBA Tour champion who is trying for his first major title.
  Pre- and post-telecast shows for all PBA-ESPN telecasts will be available on Xtra Frame, PBA’s online bowling channel.

  Ed Townsend is a PR consultant to the sport of bowling. If you have league scores, tournament information, score a 300  game or 800 series, let Ed know at 845-439-8177, email at, fax at 845-205-4474. View this column at We are also on Facebook.

The Bowling Tip
By Mike Luongo

  Bowlers, this week's tip is for parents with children who either bowl in a youth league or bowl regularly with their own equipment.
  Parents......when was the last time you had your child's fit checked on their bowling ball at your local pro shop?
  Children tend to grow quickly and the gripping holes in their bowling ball must be adjusted to accommodate this growth.
  Bowling with poor fitting equipment can become frustrating and uncomfortable. In most cases, it will only take a minute or two for adjustments to be made.
  Also, if you child has his or her own bowling shoes, you can check yourself to see if the fit is acceptable. Do not wait for blisters to pop out on the toes.
  Remember, the game is meant to be enjoyed, not to be a form of torture.
  Mike Luongo is a certified IBPSIA Pro Shop Operator, Master Instructor, USBC Silver Level Coach and an Advisor-Special Events assistant with the Storm and Roto Grip Bowling Ball Company. Have a question, call him at 435-720-7939 or email at

Local Scores
(compiled by Ed Townsend)

Beechwood Lanes

Monday Ladies

  Janet Bertholf 155, Jamie Bertholf 150, Dot McCormack 184, Jackie Gieger 154, 161, 164, Jody Gulley 157, 155, Diane Conroy 150, Lori Kimmes 159, Lois Erdman 161.

Callicoon Kristal Bowl

Mon. Hortonville Ladies

  Sue Naughton 152, 162, Lillian Zieres 159, Linda Millis 161, 179, 196, 536, Pat Peters 160, 160, 163, Rebecca Rhodes 159, 181, Joyce Brooks 157, 153, 161, Deedee Schrader 188, Barbara Pingel 187, Judy Mohn 156, Mardette Wilcox 189, 161, 195, 545, Chrissy Schiff 151, 153, Kim Niemann 174, 180, Diane Sigmund 163, Cindy Ott 154, Katie Fenshaw 154, Darlene Mantzourate 160, Joann Bowers 152, Sandy Cassevah 168, 150, Charlene Meola 155.

Tues. Delaware Valley Men's

  Mark Hawley 191, Alan Rutledge 195, 196, Kory Keesler 189, 188, 223, 600, Bruce Rutledge 223, 204, 253, 680, Jamie Greir 183, Rob Bivins 191, Ed LeRoy 224, 184, Brian Marino 181, Mark Scriber 210, 180, Brian Starr 223, 203, 181, 607, Eugene Fulton 181, 196, Matt Fulton 185, Mike Sorge 210, Albert Tyles 219, Steve Ross 181, Tom Bisig 185, 181, Dan Brown 187, Tom Hubert 182, Matt Hubert 196, Jim Stone 204, Dean Shattuck 184, 207, Joe Gager 274, 620, Damien VanLeuven 182, 180.

Fox Bowling Center

Wed. Men's Independent

  Tom Anderson 255, 604, Zach Benson 267, 628, Jim Dibble 247, 671, Brendon Drumm 245, Brian Drumm 602, Nate Finch 256, 670, Craig Gehrig 603, John Gurnick 245, 608, Mark Hawley 242, 630, Jack Hazen 248, 642, Paul Ignatovich 235, 639, B. J. Johnson 268, 635, Rob Johnson 280, 628, Donnie Marino 258, 689, Matt May 232, 624, Josh Milucky 604, Anthony Seely 624, Tim Smith 233, 603, Hank Whitmore 608, Zuke Wormuth 602, Jeremy Wormuth 248, 616, Jay Wormuth 226, Scott Wormuth 600.

Thurs. Men's Deposit National

  Al Bullis Jr. 225, 255, 665, Justin Card 227, Dale Conklin 227, 232, 613, Ray Cornwell 226, 636, Jeff Curtis 231, Norm Ellis Jr. 232, Paul Ignatovich 607, Matt Johnson 257, 660, Robert Johnson 617, Gino Jones 225, 613, Greg Keesler 233, 608, John Lanner 234, Rich Lenio 246, 627, Dave Lester 616, Rick Mills 619, Nick Possemato 236, 225, Scott Wahl 253.

Friday Mixed Couples

  Andy Bullis 236, 228, 652, Howard Couse Sr. 601, Carl Davis 229, 233, 666, Lenn Davis 236, Judy Ellis 189, Gino Jones 233, Hope Jones 199, 500, Dana McGraw 212, 181, 540, Sheri Oralls 190, 188, 516, Jen Smith 187, Dan Wormuth 230, 641, Jeremy Wormuth 244, 225, 689. 

Sunday Mixed Fun

  Marty Haeussler 227, Reva Jones 184, 502, Don Marino 257, 237, 706, Rick Mills 249, 607, Roger Mills 257, 607, Samantha Mills (youth girls) 166, 159, 131, 456, Savanna Mills (youth girls) 150, 136, 169, 455, Tom Wood 241, 617. 

Kiamesha Lanes

Wednesday Men's 

  Dennis Matthews 234, Kyle Matthews 256, 662, Charlie Tuttle 246, 657, Shane Cunningham 267, 681, Frank Muller Jr. 256, 622, David Sawall 610, Jason Rogers 249, 234, 660, Vinnie DeGraw 239, 636, Jo Jo Van Keuren 267, 247, 737, Serafin Rodriguez III a 233, 279, 727, Rick Lara 624, Donald Durland 279, 726, Eddie Walsh 248, 234, 664, Steve Rivera 238, Carlos Torres 235, 643, Paul Minton 248, 236, 701, Ed Blume 265, 665, Jason Jones 239, 608, Dwayne Cabrera 235, 238, 686, Tom Michell 229, 629, Shane Conner 254, 265, 729, Merrill Conner 247, 662, Tim Totten 631, James VanAken 235, 236, 640, Tim McIntyre 231, 657, Josh Strang 257, 662, Jaryl Scott 267, 678, Keith Smith 245, 619, Tom Belgiovene 227, 245, 661, Jon Wilhelm 232, 236, 689, Pedro Agapto 257, 654, Frank Eichenlaub III a 255, 229, 665, Pete Nastasi 246, 632.

Thursday Ladies

  Joan Lake 180, 180, Karen Martin 181, Camille Carpinone 184, 184, Joan Fredenburg 199, Liz Burgio 192, Connie McKenley 198, 187, Karen Borowski 203, Debbie Durland 214, 183. 

Friday Mixed Doubles

  Trasey Barres 215, 559, Meagan Courtney 193, 516, Mary Ann Drobysh-Berens 205, 201, 567, Debbie Durland 207, 185, 562, Laura Palmer 183, Antionette Rau 206, 212, 563, Christina Seidler 188, Carolyn Williams 530, Larry Berens 612, Paul Berens 236, Frank Emmens 229, David Graham 240, 256, 236, 732, Matthew Jahn 269, 666, Eddie Lake 278, 235, 268, 781, Ryan Lepke 258, 682, Tom Palmer 247, 279, 685, Craig Wilhelm 227, 236, 666.


   Billie Jean King